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Can the positivity of the intent override agony of defeat

In corporate organisations , when new people are to be recruited , this question is often asked – all things being equal, do you recruit a person on skill or attitude ? 571 more words

Memories of Adelaide : Rahul Dravid

Here’s the scorecard:


Arms aloft, Rahul Dravid celebrates victory.

Instinctively, he kisses the India crest on his cap.

An image which sears itself into the collective consciousness of a billion Indians. 34 more words


In Pursuit of Rahul Dravid

In a philosophical jargon, life is a fortuitous journey; it throws quite a lot of opportunities to interact with various individuals. Some of them are just a passing cloud; they pass by you without much connotation. 1,311 more words

Life As I See It

'For their revels now are ended': A tribute to the greatest Indian middle-order of all time.

‘For their revels now are ended': A tribute to the greatest Indian middle-order of all time. A brilliant post by Arindrajit Basu, this article is dedicated to anyone who has followed Indian test cricket closely over the past decade. 1,638 more words

Kasper strikes

October 10, 2004

It’s the final day of the first test match between India and Australia in Bangalore. Only the peerless¬†Rahul Dravid stands between Australia and an early lead in the series. 256 more words

How is my hero in real life? - I don't care!

“What is Rahul Dravid in real life?”¬†

I don’t know. As a cricketer, brilliant but I have no clue how he is in his real life. 1,248 more words

Rahul Dravid: What he said, really meant and definitely didn't

Rahul Dravid relives a tale of Multani Mitti.

What he said:

“If I charged a penny for every time I was asked about the Multan declaration, I would be a multi-millionaire by now.”

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