Coach Ramesh Malhotra was suspended as a result, and his name was also removed from the proposed list for the Dronacharya Award
Janardan Gyanoba Navle made history as the first Indian cricketer to face a ball in a Test match against England at Lord’s Cricket Ground, considered the “Mecca" of cricket. He played 65 first-class matches and two Tests. Navle, however, retired from cricket in 1950 without a job or much savings. He died in poverty in Pune on 7 September 1979, with some reports claiming he was spotted begging on the Mumbai-Pune highway.