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India's Test team is struggling at the moment but by winning the T20 world cup in Bangalore on Thursday, India's blind cricketers gave the country something to celebrate. But what happens next? Will blind cricketers get the support and attention they have been asking for?

Will the T20 triumph by blind team change the mindset?

India's blind cricketers gave the country something to celebrate. But what happens next? Will blind cricketers get the support and attention they have been asking for?

Visually-impaired cricketers for Indo-Pak relations

Shekhar Naik is a man on a mission. His team of visually impaired cricketers are all set for their Pakistan series - the first time since 26/11 that any sports team from India will be playing in Pakistan. And they're very excited. Shekhar Naik Lachma said, 'We believe India and Pak are one, we want to prove that.'

Pak blind cricket team captain discharged, apology from hotel averts row

The captain of the visually-impaired cricket team of Pakistan, Zeeshan Abbas, was on Saturday admitted to a hospital in Bangalore after he drank cleaning liquid that he mistook for water at breakfast before a match with Bangladesh. The incident threatened to escalate into a bigger crisis with some sections of the Pakistani team thinking the incident was deliberate.

Pak blind cricket team captain discharged, apology from hotel averts row

The captain of the visually-impaired cricket team of Pakistan, Zeeshan Abbas, was on Saturday admitted to a hospital in Bangalore after he drank cleaning liquid that he mistook for water at breakfast before a match with Bangladesh. The incident threatened to escalate into a bigger crisis with some sections of the Pakistani team thinking the incident was deliberate.

Will a cricket crazy nation give the blind team their due?

Visually impaired battle odds to play cricket

In a cricket crazy nation like India, everyone wants to enjoy the game let alone play it. There is a group of young boys in the capital whose love for the sport hasn't got in the way of their physical disabilities.

Pak blind cricket team captain discharged, apology from hotel averts row

The captain of the visually-impaired cricket team of Pakistan, Zeeshan Abbas, was on Saturday admitted to a hospital in Bangalore after he drank cleaning liquid that he mistook for water at breakfast before a match with Bangladesh. The incident threatened to escalate into a bigger crisis with some sections of the Pakistani team thinking the incident was deliberate.