Category Archives: Cricket

Steve Waugh – The Opposite of Ice

Two years ago, a couple of weeks from today, the man who, after my Dad, has taught me the most about life played his last Test match. A few weeks ago, he released his autobiography, which he claims to have … Continue reading

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Should India Play in Zimbabwe?

An essay in Rediff.com about whether the Indian cricket team has a moral obligation to avoid touring Zimbabwe.

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Taking the Buzz out of Bunking

A tongue-in-cheek article for Rediff.com after my high school introduced cricket into the curriculum.

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Corporate Lessons from the Australian Cricket Team

After many long and heated and very enjoyable debates, my father and I co-wrote this essay on what businesses can learn from the management of Australian cricket. It was one of the most fun pieces of writing I’ve ever done, … Continue reading

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Chokers or Heart Patients?

An article co-written with my friend Shreyan Singh on how the Indian cricket team keeps losing in the finals of major cricket tournaments.

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Seminal Moments in Indian Cricket

An article in Rediff.com on some of the most important moments in the history of Indian cricket (as of late 2001).

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Cricket with the Mates

An article in Rediff.com on the experience of watching cricket in a bar in Australia.

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