V for Vendetta. V for Victory

January 7th 2019 will hold a special place for every Indian cricket fanatic born in the mid-80s and early 90s. Indian cricket team will walk out on the last day of the 4th test at the iconic SCG with a challenge to go 3-1 up from being 2-1 up. Seems…

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The Dinesh Karthik Six – Magic of Not Giving Up!

The moment of Glory for Dinesh Karthik

In the next 12 hours, it will be 120 hours to that famous six by Dinesh Karthik to help India uplift the Nidahas trophy.  120 hours ago on the 18th over mark, every Indian and every Sri Lankan (for the glass-door wreckage) had an ‘I wish MS was out there…

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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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What Doesn’t Kill You, Only Makes You Stronger

I am glad India did not win the ICC Champions Trophy Final against Pakistan. Yes you read it right! I repeat, I am glad that India did not win the ICC Champions Trophy Final against Pakistan. Call me a ‘Deshdrohi’ or call me a monster for making this blasphemous statement.…

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Teacher’s Day: A Tribute to Sports

On the occasion of Teachers Day, Cricket 361° dedicates an entire post for people who have learnt something useful from the sports-persons and have looked upon them as teachers. We invited all our readers and fans to post messages for the sportsperson they have learnt from. This post is a…

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Teacher’s Day tribute to Sachin Tendulkar

A teacher is someone who imparts knowledge, molds our thoughts, builds our character and shows us the path for living a fulfilling and enriching life. In the Mahabharata, Eklavya mastered the art of archery just by keenly observing his guru Dronacharya from far away. Dronacharya was oblivious to the knowledge…

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