chetan sharma was the first indian to take a hattrick
New Zealand's Richard Hadlee became the first bowler to take 400 wickets. His 400th wicket came against India on February 4, 1990, at Christchurch.
A maiden wicket is a term used when a bowler bowls his full quota of 6 balls in the over and does not concede any run and also manages to take a wicket. If the over does not concede any runs it is called a maiden over.
Richard Hadlee was the first New Zealand bowler to take 300 wickets in Test Matches, and currently the leading test wicket-taker in New Zealand. The other New Zealander to get 300 test wickets was Daniel Vettori. No New Zealand bowler is yet to take 300 wickets in ODIs or T20s.
Chetan Sharma was the first Indian bowler who took the hat-trick in an ODI against New Zealand in the 1987 World Cup.
chetan sharma of india was the first bowler to take a hattrick