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What Sort Of A Commentator You Would Be?

July 3rd, 2011  |  by  |  published in Cricket, Humorous

What Sort Of A Commentator You Would Be?

Would you like to know what type of commentator you would be? Often while watching cricket games you might be inclined to some sort of commentary and idolizing someone for the same. To name a few Harsha bhogle, Navjot Sidhu, Alan Wilkins, Ravi Shastri, Sunil Gavaskar… they each have their own commentary style. Tony Grieg […]

Blog by a Cheerleader – Gabriella Pasqualotto

May 12th, 2011  |  by  |  published in IPL

Blog by a Cheerleader - Gabriella Pasqualotto

Ever since the emergence of Twenty20 – Cheerleaders have often been part of discussion,  Infact they are very much synonym to IPL(Indian Premier League). In fact, the height was reached when a channel started hosting a show for competition (to Choose CheerGirls for Kolkatta Knight Riders– KKR), Shahrukh Khan, Juhi Chawla, Saurav Ganguly and I […]

Easy Steps To Get Started With Golf

February 19th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Sports, TIPS

Easy Steps To Get Started With Golf

1 Body Rhythm: Your hands, knee, leg, shoulder and wrist, work together when you are about to hit a shot. Understanding their placement and action will better your performance. 2 Ball Trick: While placing the club on the ball, a very common mistake an amateur golfer makes is keeping the head of the ball quite […]

How to Paint your face for a match

February 19th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Sports, TIPS

How to Paint your face for a match

With ICC World Cup 2011 in progress and all the supporters and so do the sport lovers, enthusiasts getting ready to watch a match. If you really are going to stadium to support your team, painting your face with colors is one way to show your enthusiasm and let everyone who you are supporting. But […]

World Cup 2011 – Indian Team

January 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Cricket, ICC World Cup 2011

World Cup 2011 – Indian Team

Barring few selection surprises – exclusion of Rohit Sharma (specialist batsmen) and inclusion of Piyush Chawal as third specialist spinner in 15-man World Cup squad announced in Chennai. Selectors came up with the squad keeping in perspective that World Cup will be played in Asian Sub-continent. Piyush Chawla was a bigger surprise though is part […]

DLF IPL 2011 Matches Schedule

January 10th, 2011  |  by  |  published in IPL

DLF IPL 2011 Matches Schedule

During the bidding process for IPL 2011, BCCI announced the draw for the tournament’s 2011 season that begins on April 8 and ends on 22nd May 2011. Each team is scheduled to play the same number of league matches (14, seven home and seven away) similar to the previous seasons, but with a change in […]

DLF IPL – 4, Final Teams for 2011

January 9th, 2011  |  by  |  published in IPL

DLF IPL - 4, Final Teams for 2011

It was certainly drama on huge scale when bidding for players was going on. Although Lalit Modi is not in midst of all this for DLF IPL 4, but for me certainly he was the one who laid down the stone for this sort of competition. DLF IPL 4 will comprise of 10 teams – […]

Womens Car Rally (2nd Oct 2009 Long weekend)

August 22nd, 2009  |  by  |  published in Sports

Womens Car Rally (2nd Oct 2009 Long weekend)

Women car rally is based on TSD (Time Speed Distance) format. In addition to the route instructions (road book), participants are also assigned particular speeds to be maintained during different legs or sections. These speeds are always legal and often are below the posted speed limit. A TSD rally is a competition of precision driving […]

Marvelous Baton – Commonwealth Games 2010

July 4th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Sports, Technology

The Queen’s Baton Relay has been one of the great traditions of Commonwealth since their Cardiff edition in 1958. And for the 2010 games in Delhi, the baton is scheduled to traverse 1.9 lakh kilometers across 71 Commonwealth countries – by land, air and even sea. Queen Elizabeth II will officially launch the Queen’s Baton […]

Suranjoy creates history for India

June 14th, 2009  |  by  |  published in Sports

A long wait comes to an end; it took 15 long years and a diminutive pugilist from Manipur to break the jinx at the continent’s premier event – Asian Boxing Championship. Suranjoy Singh was the only Indian, who stepped out of the ring with gold in Zhuhai on Saturday. Suranjoy defeated China’s Li Chao 9-8 […]

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