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LordÔÇÖs: India finally wins after 28 years

The ongoing test series between India and England has all the makings of a riveting game of cricket. India proved on the final day of the 2nd test match at LordÔÇÖs that Dhoni and team were in it to win it. Since the first test match ended in a draw. MSD and gang were gung-ho about putting forth a compelling ...

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Whom to blame for T20 Final defeat

Watching the T20 World cup final yesterday, I was as excited as any body else . After all, we were the favourites. An easy win over South Africa in semi-finals and unbeaten track record in this tournament already proved the skill of our cricketers and elevated our hopes – we wanted to see another win. So with high hopes and all the ...

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Celebrate Sports, Life. Sportech, IIT Delhi, Feb 27-Mar 2

Sportech, the annual sports extravaganza of IIT-Delhi, returns this year bigger, badder, sportier! Four days of adrenalin pumping will blow away your mind. And it’s fun and entertainment. Last year’s edition of the fest had 200 colleges participating and prizes were given away to the victors worth a whooping 1 lakh rupees. In the past, the event has been graced ...

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New Zealand demolished India’s monopolistic position

India till recently enjoyed a monopolistic kind of position in the world of cricket. They were the most consistent and in form team. They had taken the place of the super strong Australian team. The bowling department has been a worry for the longest time; however the home pitches were curated in a way so as to benefit the batsmen ...

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Sachin and CNR Rao conferred with the Bharat Ratna

As we all know that former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar was conferred with the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, by President Pranab Mukherjee in a glittering ceremony in the Durbar Hall of the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday. But along with him, was an eminent scientist who also received the award which is a news lesser known to people. While the ...

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The “May I help you?” species

At every official or administrative or event location ever created, there is always an Information Desk which is likely to be the most interesting part of the experience. Sometimes the Information Desk is an Information Counter, or Office, usually more of an Information Half-Cubicle. The theoretical point of the Information Desk is to answer your queries about things, usually with ...

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ENTHUSIA, VJTI, Mumbai Jan 9-16, 2014

VJTI is one of the oldest engineering colleges in India, ranked #22 in the list of Best engineering colleges. VJTI boasts a sprawling 16 acre campus located in the heart of the city, in Matunga (E), with their own cricket ground, football ground, basketball court, clay tennis courts as well as a recreation centre. ENTHUSIA: Sports build character and have ...

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UDGHOSH, Sports Fest at IIT Kanpur, 26-29 Sep.

UDGHOSH is the inter-collegiate sports festival of IIT Kanpur. UDGHOSH offers a platform for students from all over India to showcase their talent and compete with the best upcoming sport persons in the country in a highly charged and competitive ambiance. To provide talent the right push forward with elements of inspiration UDGHOSH also plays host to some of the ...

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In Love with My Neighbourhood

Like always, that day Mom had arranged Puja in our home inviting almost half of my colony. She had 2-3 pujas every month! I don’t know whether her devotion was affecting Gods but sure that affected dad’s pocket. Well, what else could my dad do? Even after refusing a thousand times, she ordered me to visit every house of our ...

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I Don’t Believe in the Gods of Cricket

They say, if one man worships something imaginary—its madness; but, if many men worship something imaginary—its religion. And the people who do not believe in these ‘make believe’ tales are branded Atheists—the scourge of the planet, the hell-damned people, the people who kick cute kittens when it meows. Sadly I’m one of those people. I do not, cannot, will not ...

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