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Tendulkar, Retirement and the Eternal Challenge

He has everything. He has accomplished everything a cricketer could reasonably aspire to. He has the world cup trophy in his cabinet he so coveted. His name is etched in as many batting records as the number of hundreds he … Continue reading

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Posts on Ponting

A wonderful bunch of writers and bloggers (and a former Indian great) have penned evocative pieces of prose on the occasion of Ricky Ponting’s retirement from International Cricket. I thought it would be a good idea to assemble them in … Continue reading

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Good bye, Ricky Ponting

I will admit it. I didn’t watch a lot of Ricky Ponting’s career as a batsman. In what was a transformational Test match – for India at least – from 2003 in Adelaide, I can’t seem to recall many of … Continue reading

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Safety Blanket

My wife has a weird fear, although I suppose all fears are weird at some level. She has to have a blanket covering her neck when she goes to sleep, so that she won’t have her throat slit. I think … Continue reading

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A Broken Bond

As some of you may know, a few friends and I, went to the Caribbean in 2007 to watch the super six stage of the world cup tournament. We had planned on watching the India games, which would’ve been against … Continue reading

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