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Ganguly: A glittering career comes to an end

Whatever may be the reasons for Sourav Ganguly’s retirement, it is time we all stood up in admiration of one of the greatest Indian cricketers and lets just hope that he goes out with a big bang as he had entered the world of cricket in 1996. Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan and Sourav Ganguly haveContinue reading “Ganguly: A glittering career comes to an end”

Tendulkar the best test cricketer ever?

Indian batting maestro Tendulkar topped the list of world’s best hundred test cricketers in Warne’s book called “Shane Warne’s century”. Coming from arguably the best bowler in the world, it is indeed a great honour for the Indian cricket fraternity. THE LITTLE master may have hundreds of records under his name, but getting appreciated fromContinue reading “Tendulkar the best test cricketer ever?”

Cricket at the Olympics

The game has captured the hearts of a billion people for the last few decades. Will it be long before this sport creates a rage all across the World? An inclusion in the Olympics will be just the shot in the arm this Cricket needs to spread globally. Baseball id the favourite sport in theContinue reading “Cricket at the Olympics”

In the Loving Memory of Gentleman’s Game that died in Sydney on January 6th, 2008

The second Test at the SCG has been full of controversies, and many minutes of air time and centimetres of newspaper space have been devoted to them, especially the umpiring errors. Indians played remarkably well and especially captain Kumble stood ground and set an example. The test result is an agony. The Indians did notContinue reading “In the Loving Memory of Gentleman’s Game that died in Sydney on January 6th, 2008”

Hang Bucknor and Benson!!

After the fourth day of the ongoing Sydney Test i was told by one of my friends that on the last day, the test match is interestingly poised with Australia having a slight edge. Given the present state of the game, the three possible results (An Aussie victory, a draw and an Indian victory) willContinue reading “Hang Bucknor and Benson!!”