Why should boys have all the fun?

Women cricket team photo This is the 21st century. Today, we see women successful in every field. Women rights are stressed upon in each sector. The traditional / sexist notions about women being a second fiddle to a man have been abated or at least the oppression has started to…

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Match with Jionet at Wankhede!

  First home game of MI for the season was undoubtedly filled with many hopes and Mumbai Indians have an excellent track record at home and with the crowd support MI stands to win a match from any situation. To top it up, this was going to be a testing…

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MCG: A tour to remember

  Trevor Chappell registered his name in the history of cricket, notoriously, bowling an underarm delivery on specific instructions from his elder brother Greg. The first ever test match was played in 1877. The longest ever test match was played from March 8, 1929 till March 16, 1929. ICC Cricket…

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Book Review: Sachin’s Autobiography

Source It has been exactly one year when we saw the great man bid adieu to his passion, his life after 24 years. The autobiography which coincidentally released on my birthday is already selling out more than the Steve Jobs one. I pre-ordered the book on the day it was…

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Catches win matches?

Just when all thought it is over, it isn’t! We all heard about how India’s dismal fielding let them down in the recently concluded test series. But when checked ball by ball (literally!), it surprisingly turned out that England has displayed far worse performance in fielding. Let’s dive into the…

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Curtains on #IndvsEng series – Fame and Shame

With England thrashing India 3-1, it could not have been more clinical than this. As the test series is over now, it is worthwhile to ponder upon the results we had over the series. This is the 4th post in the #IndvdEng test series. The first one covered an analysis…

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