In the famous fairy tale, when the Princess kissed the cursed frog it transformed into a handsome Prince. The IPL, at its inception, was indeed a handsome Prince but as the seasons progressed, it was kissed by a phenomenon called commercialization and the Prince started to metamorphose into a gigantic frog. The reason it still … Continue reading IPL 10: Still a Handsome Prince or a Frog?
For the fist time, the BCCI branded the October to March window as "Indian Season" and chalked up a mammoth 13 Tests schedule. Throughout the last 6 months it only emphasized the fact that Test cricket still lives on and lives on strong! After India brushed New Zealand aside with relative ease and the England series surprisingly … Continue reading The Australian Series Review
A lot of parallels can be drawn from Sports and Leadership. If you are a sports fan and a leader or manager of a company then you can learn a lot from what goes on in the world of sports. I am a massive cricket and football (Manchester United) fan and I try to balance … Continue reading How Watching Sports Teaches You Leadership
Deciding to become an entrepreneur requires an exhaustive thought process on every aspect of your proposed business. Based on my experience, the mistakes I did, the lessons I learned here are some pointers before starting your entrepreneurial journey: Get your idea validated: You might want to get your idea validated before you start. A great … Continue reading Points to Ponder Before Moving on an Entrepreneurial Journey
So India’s third tour to Australia in four years has failed to bring any better luck. Quite contrary, the more we tour Australia more pain and agony it brings to the captain and coach. This time, even after scoring 5 centuries in 4 consecutive matches, India has failed to win a single match. I don’t … Continue reading India’s ODI ‘Blues’
This blog is a part of Blogger Dream team Cricket has evolved to a completely different level since its inception back in the 19th century. From the Don Bradman era to the rise of the powerhouse of West Indies to the battle of all-rounders between Richard Hadlee, Kapil Dev, Imran Khan and Ian Botham to … Continue reading Cricket World Cups: A Performance Review
Cricket’s biggest tournament has arrived and as usual cricket fans in India are making their own expectations and predictions. Recent predictions from most of the ex-cricketers have Australia, India and South Africa as the common teams to occupy the semi-final spots with New Zealand or Sri Lanka being the fourth semi-finalist. There has also been … Continue reading Losing Battles Before the War: India’s march Towards 2015 ICC World Cup