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The phenomenon called Afridi

The phenomenon called Afridi

If ever cricket produced a maverick batsman who hasn’t lived up to his potential even after 17 years of top class cricket, it is Shahid Afridi. And does that even slightly bother him? Absolutely not, I can assure you! It ... Read More »

Morality – The Oldest Puzzle

Morality – The Oldest Puzzle

Lance Armstrong was one of the most motivational and iconic figures in the world. The story of his rise to international success, his battle against cancer, and his return to the top is a legend. He has inspired millions of ... Read More »

What A Navratri Gift For Gujarat?

Navratri which is celebrated with such fanfare in Gujarat got additional flavor after the son from Saurashtra, Cheteshwar Pujara stamped his authority of an accomplished batsman and announced his arrival in the test cricket with a fantastically made 72 runs, ... Read More »

Wimbledon 2010 – The Match That Was

Wimbledon, since its conception in 1877 has been one of the most iconic grand slam events in the world. It is the oldest tennis events in the world, and is considered to be among the most prestigious among all the ... Read More »

World Fever – FIFA

It is indeed the 8th wonder of the world, that an entire nation can be gripped by a fever so severe and so furious – that the people afflicted with it become totally oblivious to the existence of routine, mundane ... Read More »

Commonwealth Games 2010 – Ye Dilli Hai Mere Yaar

The prized moment is just round the corner! India’s impending dream of hosting an eminent international sports extravaganza is about to seek its fulfillment. However, as the country waits with bated breath for the commencement of the prestigious and internationally ... Read More »

Legend Of The 21st Century – Roger Federer

Millions of hearts broke few days ago when Roger Federer lost the French Open 2010 Quarter Finals to Robin Soderling. Roger Federer is one of the most revolutionary players the tennis world has seen for a long time, since Pete ... Read More »

Do We Care For Our Fast Bowlers?

The Indian team that has been announced for the Asia Cup to be played in Sri Lanka has only three fast bowlers and again the selectors have presumed that spin would do the trick for them. Contrast this with the ... Read More »

Football World Cup And Hindi Cinema

As the curtain on the Football World Cup has been raised, and there would be frenzy in all forms of media to cover it, the occasion provides an opportunity to interpret it in a different manner. The different manner could ... Read More »

What ails Indian sports?

More than 1 billion people live in India, but India struggles to win sports competitions. India is a developing country; it has to spend funds on many development projects. After spending funds on a variety of projects, it is left ... Read More »

India is Spineless: Ian Bishop

Ian Bishop former fast bowler who has been one of the tormentors of the Indian batsmen during his heydays seems to have gone too far by saying that India is “spineless”. If it is so, what would one say about ... Read More »

Chin music and facing the music

The terminology of chin music was coined probably during the time when Sourav Ganguly had led the Indian team to Australia and had to face the short pitch bouncers from Glen McGrath, Jason Gillespie, and Brett Lee etc., all. From ... Read More »