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Space to be different (IPL Saga - Part 3 of 3)

   “Love you, Gauti”, shouted the two girls at the top of their voices. They were jumping off their seats and dancing and cheering when Gautam Gambhir played. 333 more words


Man versus System - The Indian Context (IPL Saga - Part 2 or 3)

It feels happy to have beat the pack of 40000 people and had an early drink in a stadium doesn’t it. After enjoying this little achievement, this author turned back to his seat in the stadium to watch cricket players going through the practice drill, coaches guiding players, Umpires and referees inspecting the pitch and the ground staff and their machinery clearing the dew off the grass. 377 more words


When opportunity knocks (IPL Saga - Part 1 of 3)

  It was a lazy Sunday afternoon that was meant to be spent laid back on a chair reading your favorite book or catching a siesta. But all it takes is one phone call to change it into an exciting noise filled prospect. 253 more words

IPL 'Best Moments'

The 2014 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is the seventh season of the cricket tournament. It has finally come to an end with the Kolkata Knight Riders ending up as worthy winners. 659 more words


The cricketing gods of India can bring many social changes

Professional sport in India has seen some great financial investment over the last couple of years. The most obvious being the Indian Premier League Cricket, but more recently the introduction of the Indian Super League Football and the Indian Premier League Tennis. 626 more words


KKR Winning IPL second time is incredible

It was a splendid night, when the 7th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) T20 tournament came to end at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. 310 more words


A letter to Mr.Ranjib Biswal,Chairman of the IPL

Dear Sir,

I am one of the billions who totally adore The Indian Premier League.It is tournaments like these that make me feel proud to be an Indian.Many tournaments like the IPL had previously been attempted,but none could achieve the global status it has.Nothing gives me more joy than to watch not only the Indian players, but also the foreign players, play with such intensity and jubilate with such ferocity.Just to see what it means to them is a cause for great joy.On this note,I would like to arrive at the core of my discussion. 468 more words