Jaggu dada’s biggest challenge is to win Trust of Cricket Fans
Mar13

Jaggu dada’s biggest challenge is to win Trust of Cricket Fans

Jagmohan Dalmiya (jaggu dada)’s elevation to the top of BCCI is no surprise. He has always been known to play his cards smartly. With two of the factions fighting tooth and nail to gain control of the richest cricket body in the world, Jaggu Dada decided to play the deal breaker. In the process, he managed to make a comeback as BCCI President. He knew his game quite well. When the turn came to make his move, he stumped everyone by...

Read More
Are the doors closed for you Mr. Srinivasan?
Jan25

Are the doors closed for you Mr. Srinivasan?

“Not yet” is what the ICC boss will say, if this question is posed directly to him. Mr. N Srinivasan is from the club of people whose motto of success is “Never say die” . Such is his lust for power that he will find out a lacuna or two in the present judgment of Supreme Court to stick to his beloved seat of “BCCI Boss”. Damn the game! It was never about the game or love of game. It was always about being at the top of his own...

Read More
Bouncers versus No Bouncers
Dec05

Bouncers versus No Bouncers

The recent tragic death of a Young Cricketers, Philip Hughes after being stuck by a bouncer from Sean Abbott has opened the debate on whether bouncers should be allowed in the gentleman’s game of cricket or not? I had a chance to read a lot of articles biased toward both sides of the argument and some of them happened to detail a lot on how the gentleman’s game is no more a game it used to be. The ones in favor of bouncers have points...

Read More

Kissa kursi ka

Can someone call Mr. Chautala, Mr. Kalmandi and Mr. Srinivisana and tell them “Enough is Enough!!!” We do not need politicians in sports in India. Please do not malign our country’s image any further. Kindly put your personal agendas aside and think about Indian Sports? Every time you hear or read about them, you just want to shoot an email to Sports Ministry of India or PMO and ask them to put these guys behind bars or do something,...

Read More

A 3 pointer on why IPL is killing Cricket?

Remember the first season of IPL, when all the excitement, hype and advertisement were worth every single minute we spent watching this innovative idea of Mr. Modi on idiot box. What started as a boon for cricket is slowly turning in to cricket’s nemesis, which if not bought in to the right track will drown cricket. Here is my 3 pointer on why IPL is a slow poison for Cricket: 1. Fatigued Players Imagine a team coming after winning...

Read More
%d bloggers like this: