once upon a time a chem engr and mgmt grad,now cricket and motivation1
thanks to twitter have had access to some wonderful people i couldn't have otherwise. some disagreeable people too, but that's their choice!
delighted, humbled and, to be honest, curious that there are a million on this forum. been a lot of fun.
the welcome message from delhi is that if politicians are corrupt & self serving, & don't care much for governance, they can be thrown out
and i think the batsmen will be disappointed when they see the highlights!!
warmer than i thought in dehradun. now off to mussoorie with #thewinningway. fear much colder there!
steve smith 5-0-33-1 is actually very good return in this context if the wicket is bell
australia have to resist the temptation of throwing the ball to johnson everytime they need a wicket.
some years ago lalit modi had suggested allowing viewers to cut their own highlights package and presenting it with a prize for the best
got to love the idea of anand gandhi of putting out 20 hours of footage free online & inviting people to edit their own film. #trulyliberal
following on that condoleeza rice statement, if india cannot use the energy and the optimism of its under 30s, it will be a colossal failure
dear producers/cameramen, there is no standing rule in television that cutaways must only feature women who look a certain way! #htsummit
good to hear from mitchell johnson soon after that performance. indian cricket sometimes too shy to offer lead performers to the public
what a game this is! clarke takes a stunner to dismiss swann, drops the easiest off monty!
might seem a contrarian point of view but i still believe the only difference between england &australia is one player.
for england to come back in this series, cook, bell and peterson will have to lead the way. bell will go to no 3