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
Last week was very unique. As the weekend neared, all forms of media (print to social) went ballistic with plethora of tributes to Rahul Dravid. An emotional country and an extremely loyal, obedient son – the perfect combination for overflowing … Continue reading Cricket@saans bahu serial!
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
One a rare Saturday in my life, I had one thing in common with Sunny Gavaskar, David Lloyd & Naseer Hussain – none of us had ever seen Ajinkya Rahane bat before! What we all saw – the composure while … Continue reading Raha-ne de England
Our cricket team needs to be thankful to Anna Hazare, Kiran Bedi and their anti-corruption movement. New Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan has taken away all camera lenses from our under-performing multi-millionaires and spared them of an extended, painful, never ending post … Continue reading One Dravid, ten Goliaths & five redemption ODIs