There is something to cheer-up for Telugu People, where Guntur's, M.S.K. Prasad, Former India wicketkeeper was nominated as chief selector of the Senior National Selection Committee at the BCCI annual general body meeting held in Mumbai.
Prasad made his international debut in 1998, in an ODI against Bangladesh. He played six Tests and 17 One-dayers for India between 1998 and 2000. He played 96 first-class matches, scored 4021 runs at an average of 27.73 and effected 266 dismissals.
The Guntur-born became a national selector in 2015. He has also served as selector for the India U-19 team.