Let me start of by saying that I don’t like watching cricket. I’m too impatient to spend my whole day or even worse, five days, in watching a match which is more or less the same throughout. Bowlers coming in and bowling, batsmen either hitting or getting out. It gets even worse when the batsmen are not hitting and not getting out either. The best part of a cricket match is last five minutes when you know it’s about to end and you know whose going to win or it can go either way. But no matter what’s going on, if Sachin Tendulkar is batting, I’ll watch it. I like watching Formula 1 races, or a Tennis match (if the player in it are the ones I support) or football (same story here, if I like the team or the club). These sports are not going to waste my whole day, they are full of excitement and the game can shift in an instant. Continue reading “IPL: Is it worth a watch”
Month: March 2010
Fir dil do hockey ko. . .
IPL 3 began on 12th march and the Hockey world cup ended on 13th. I know most of you know about it. Not because hockey is the national game [yes it is; a little piece of information for all those who think cricket is] but because Sehwag told us. Continue reading “Fir dil do hockey ko. . .”
Smoking Kills! But that’s not the point
I recently read now there will be pictures of cancerous mouths on every cigarette pack. Another initiative of the government to discourage people from smoking, I fail to understand the sense behind these initiatives. Continue reading “Smoking Kills! But that’s not the point”
I’m here after such a long time that I feel like being stupid. Blogging is something I should have started earlier. Well what I’m sharing now is something that I had to get out. Continue reading “Lost Life”
The world is changing rapidly and with it the population trends. When we talk about developing nations and the world population burst there are two main points to ponder; youth and urban population. Continue reading “Urban youth”
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Except a handful of people, almost everyone I know told me to watch 3 Idiots and what a great movie it is. There was a time when it became the topic of discussion not only among students but during the class as well. Teachers started coating it and of course talked about characters and incidences every now and then. It was then that I finally decided to watch the movie, and to tell you the truth I did not liked it. Continue reading “. . . .”