As I see a rather cruel ad by Amul, asking Ishant, Sharm hain kya?, I felt rather odd and guilty at what I had done … Let me do a brief flashback. My father and I have been cricket fans ever since I knew him and most of our discussions were around cricket. A big… Continue reading Ishant Sharma, my confessions and Vastu Shaastra
Haven’t been able to devote time to write in detail about a loose analogy, going on in my mind since I read about the so called IPL controversies and the IIT JEE results (and also the IIT entrance exam discussions). If we were to consider the aspirations of the many cricket players across the width… Continue reading IPL and IIT
Front page news announced that BCCI now has no Sahara (support) from either the sponsor (Sahara) and we anyway know how much support it has from the general public in the aftermath of the overseas performances. While everybody has a point of view on the current Indian team’s dismal performances I was happy to hear… Continue reading Indian cricket – in the eyes of the maamis
Let me start by saying that the Theory of Relativity part has no real relevance to this post, but it is just there, hanging around with its buddy, the other sentence, a question on ‘RG being an intrinsic attribute’. Absolute grading and Relative Grading – after endless discussions, multiple RG experiences (RG as verb is… Continue reading A different Relativity Theory: Is Relative grading an intrinsic attribute?
At the risk of being clichéd, I avoided posting anything on IPL topic. But here I am, penning down some of my thoughts and discussions on this badly bruised and beaten to pulp topic! Geographically speaking, all cricket playing nations and wherever Indians are, i.e. everywhere, Modis Operandi threatens to transform the lives of many,… Continue reading IPL Mela – a full course meal
With all the hype and hoopla that is building up around the IPL, and the current political scenarios that are affecting the different geographical and mental states in this country, here is a look at some strategies that IPL teams could adopt for better adaption and evolution. Chennai Super Kings (CSK): N Srinivasan, the owner… Continue reading IPL 2010 – Part 1
If you are in the US and a cricket lover, there is every chance that you wasted the last few optimistic nights, occasionally staring at the incessant snow. The snow seemed to get whiter and brighter with hope. The mighty hope was to see a new beginning in 2010 and watch the unpredictable Pakistani team… Continue reading Playing till the end