ISLAMABAD Indian former all-rounder, Kapil Dev has been inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame at a ceremony held at the ICC headquarters in Dubai. A commemorative cap was presented to Kapil by ICC President David Morgan, in front of fellow Hall of Famer Clive Lloyd. The Hall of Fame, run in association with the Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA), recognises some of the legends of the game from its long and illustrious history. Born on January 6 1959 in Chandigarh, Kapil is probably best known for leading India to victory in the 1983 ICC Cricket World Cup while also playing in 131 Test matches and 225 ODIs in an international career that spanned 16 years. The India legend made his ODI debut for India on 1 October 1978 against Pakistan in Quetta while his Test debut came two weeks later in Faisalabad against the same opposition.