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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Teacher’s Day: Invitation for a short post

Hello, Cricket 361° invites you to write a 100-150 word post on this Teacher’s Day. Over the years, you must have been closely associated with the sport and some of you have extended your passion into playing the game. Teacher is a person from whom you have learnt something useful…

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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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We, The Indians

One more overseas loss and one more time will we start hearing that ‘the captain needs to step down’. If we were to go by public opinion, we will end up rotating captains faster than Sreesanths’ capability to rotate his hobbies. Wait the stupidity doesn’t end here. We Indians have…

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