India’s defence of cricket’s premier crown has been so unbelievably solid that it’s sent 17% of the global population into a state of ecstasy. Written off at the start of the tournament, as nothing more than dark horses due to … Continue reading 7 reasons why India are the most well-placed team in World Cup 2015
Sachin Tendulkar Intellects live in a fool’s paradise when they expect top rated sportsmen to come out clean every time. The great Sachin Tendulkar’s autobiography – to be released on November 6 – should be treated as nothing more than a cash … Continue reading Making Money My Way: From Sachin Tendulkar to MS Dhoni
Indias Ishant Sharma (3rd L) celebrates bowling Englands Ian Bell (R) for 1 run during play on the fourth day of the second cricket Test match between England and India at Lord’s cricket ground in London on July 20, 2014 … Continue reading Lord’s wicket, best for cricket
The Indian cricket team is carrying too many out of form players for the sake of star value. MS Dhoni could be seen as a limited overs specialist In the quest to let our poster boys play every game, our … Continue reading Team India: Sowing stars, reaping losses
Sporting teams mired in fixing controversies, historically, end up outperforming in a subsequent sporting event, the flag bearer being Italian football in 2006. Can India replicate the same and bring back smiles on a billion plus faces? The ICC Champions … Continue reading Can India win the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy?
It’s official now, the Indian cricket team is now the new West Indies; a baton which the latter was refusing to share after a decade spent in shambolic displays, internal politics, bickering and searching for excuses. A team reaches this … Continue reading Losers in game, losers by attitude – meet the Indian Cricket Team
The experts conclusions after the recent cricket exchanges between India and England are that England are a poor ODI team and India are traditionally unbeatable at home. Logically, both the theories are out of place. England are the number one … Continue reading Welcome to "Mahi-Land"
So the “men in blue” brought back the smiles and gifted us a great Diwali. India’s 5-0 whitewash can’t really be equated with Lord Ram’s revenge over Raavan, nor elevated to one for the summer of 2011. Nevertheless, it was … Continue reading A Whitewash to Redemption
England’s honeymoon domination over India lasted all of two hours in Indian soil. At Hyderabad, once Patel and Pietersen combined together to dismiss Virat Kohli, reducing India to 123/4 at 28.5 overs, my social media pages started getting swamped with … Continue reading Finding yourself all ‘cook’ed up? Welcome to India
I am terribly upset India didn’t go for 4-0 1-0 4-0. It was written all over, and India should not have tried to fight destiny. Here on, India must go for 4-0 1-0 3-0. We haven’t managed to win a … Continue reading C’mon India, go for 4-0 1-0 3-0