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Gagan Khoda pronunciation (help·info) (born 24 October 1974 in Rajasthan, India) is a former Indian cricketer. He played two One Day Internationals in 1998. Despite scoring 89 runs in one of those two innings, he never made it to the Indian team after those two matches.
Gagan Khoda, enjoyed an outstanding junior career before making a century on debut in the Ranji Trophy in 1991–92. A score of 237 in the Ranji quarter-final in 1994–95 further established him as a promising youngster. He represented India in two One Day Internationals and scored a wonderful 89 against Kenya and was Man of the Match. He scored 26 against Bangladesh in COCA-COLA TRIANGULAR SERIES 1997/98. He was probably the best of the new openers that India had tried out. He also played in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Malaysia, without much impact.
He has been given due recognition now after his appointment as a National Selector by the BCCI on 9th Nov. 2015, representing the Central Zone in the Selection Committee.
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