Born in Golaghat, Assam, Lovlina Borgohain carries the burden and cheers of 1.4 billion Indians, this Friday, as she will take on Chinese Taipei boxer Chen Nien-Chin in the Quarter Final of the women’s boxing welterweight (64-69kg) division. The winner … Continue reading India at Olympics 2021: What are Lovlina Borgohain’s medal winning chances in her Quarter Final bout? Match details, telecast & timings
With Bharatiya Janta Party’s (BJP’s) top brass campaigning aggressively from one state to another, you will be forgiven for thinking that India’s leaders give more time to electioneering than solving actual issues. The sad part is that India seems to … Continue reading Politics: Ten decisive factors for West Bengal’s bloody elections 2021
India’s T20 cricket series win over England cannot be written off as just another routine bilateral home series win. Here are twelve reasons why this achievement is even bigger than what it seems. 1. Bigger and deeper talent pool This … Continue reading Cricket: Twelve reasons why India’s thrilling T20 series win over England is bigger than what it seems
Gone are the days when a flight journey would excite you – the anticipation of meals, the admiring at air hostesses to pass time, the entertainment system and the selfies.. it’s history now.. at-least for this year. These are my … Continue reading Travel: 15 observations I made on my post Covid Flight experiences
Four observations from Indian team’s battling draw, against all odds, at Sydney, Australia Continue reading Cricket: Battered, bruised, injured and abused Indian team battle like Gladiators at Sydney
Having settled well in India, physically and emotionally, amidst the Covid pandemic, the routine chaos and the peace of living in an open air quaint society by the foothills of the Sahyadri mountain ranges; the time came to scrutinize the … Continue reading A tale of three Muslim families
NRI Watch: Settling back in India – Good Bad or Ugly Continue reading NRI Watch: Settling back in India – Good Bad or Ugly
Once the corona dust has settled, the value of India as a safer destination to open offices will increase; the employability of Indians will increase; America and some of the leading western nations, who are losing lives in thousands, will be seething in anger at anything Chinese. India must strike, now that the iron has got real hot. Such an opportunity may not come soon again.
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While Kolkata celebrated India’s first pink ball day night test match with a lot of enthusiasm and India kept flying high in the World Test Championship table, there are enough doubts to suggest that pink ball day night test cricket in its current form may not be enough to revive test cricket. Continue reading Cricket: Red or Green for Pink ball test cricket?