1. The Big Question About Sachin Tendulkar

    The thing that has been on top of the list for media in cricketing nations is— Sachin Tendulkar , his 100th 100 and his retirement. This topic makes its way into many coffee-time chats, Facebook statuses and blogs...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 3 years ago 1,391 reads 0 comments

  2. A Plea to Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

    I have always been a fan of Sachin Tendulkar and his batting. He had been the voice and the ambassador for the game in India and the World. He had performed in all parts of the globe and gave it his all despite the handicap of his team in the '90s...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about over 3 years ago 736 reads 5 comments

  3. Sachin Tendulkar and Match-Winning Knocks: A View Point

    With every other day comes an article on Sachin Tendulkar and his genius. While many stop by and echo their love and respect for him and his commitment to this great game, there ...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about over 3 years ago 2,832 reads 7 comments

  4. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar! Do It for Him Guys!

    The spirits are high—the expectations are higher. The selectors have provided what is probably the best unit to bring glory on the 2nd of April, 2011. That was what we believed four years ago, but it was not to be...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 4 years ago 751 reads 5 comments

  5. And It Took A Genius, 20 Yrs.

    At around 6 pm on Feb 24th, 2010, the air was thick with anticipation in certain parts of the world. Classes in Chennai and elsewhere were called off and the teaching boards were replaced with LCD projectors...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 5 years ago 81 reads 2 comments

  6. ICL Dries. BCCI Offers a Ray Of Hope.Take a Bow.

    Lehman Brothers is no more. So are many other big names in financial markets. Chrysler is the latest name added to the list of many such disastrous cases. Maybe not...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about over 5 years ago 83 reads 10 comments

  7. ICL: Will the Dream Ever Come True?

    Cricket is undoubtedly the most famous and loved game in the subcontinent. With each team allowed only eleven players, thousands of talented kids end up retiring as talented veterans. It happened to many in the past; it is bound to happen in the future...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 6 years ago 115 reads 5 comments

  8. Guys, Roger Federer Is a Human After All

    Last evening what we witnessed at the Rod Laver arena was something very extraordinary, something which will remain etched in the hearts of many tennis fans. It was the clash of the greatest player of all time and the greatest player of the moment...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 6 years ago 956 reads 25 comments

  9. Cricket: Test Team Of The Year

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    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 6 years ago 169 reads 26 comments

  10. ICC's All Time Greatest Cricketers : A Joke Or An Insult ?

    High up in the heavens Sir Donald Bradman might be 'dying' with embarrassment. The ICC rated him as the world’s greatest test batsman ever. This was expected. But why embarrassed? The ICC however made a mockery of his opinion...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 6 years ago 7,066 reads 82 comments

  11. Cricket: Who Wears the Crown?

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    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about almost 6 years ago 95 reads 2 comments

  12. Rahul Dravid: When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going

    Rahul Sharad Dravid. The name itself raises heads. The man, however, raises the spirits. The journey began in 1996. The debutante fell short of a well-deserved ton. It didn’t matter...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 450 reads 5 comments

  13. India vs England: They Came, They Played, and They Conquered

    Late in the 18th century, the British traders came to India and knew that they had to park right there. India was rich; India was diverse. The British used the "divide and rule" policy and conquered India...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 528 reads 11 comments

  14. Terrorism: The Obstacle Between India And No.1 Glory

    Not too long ago i wrote about the change that was all set to take place. That there will be change of guard at the helm in cricket. It all seems to be happening at least in the limited overs edition; Team India had emerged...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 154 reads 15 comments

  15. Indian Cricket Killing Other Sports: A Brutal Misconception

    The idea that Indian cricket is totally responsible for the non emergence of other sports is a brutal misconception. Cricket, many believe, takes the limelight and is the reason why other sports such as hockey, football and basketball are not developing..

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 3,221 reads 12 comments

  16. Is it a Change of Guard at the Helm in Cricket?

    Change, it is said is the only thing that is constant. Australian cricket 'seemed’ to defy it. From the time Steve Waugh took over from Taylor, there was but one team at the top. In soccer it was the Brazilians before the Italians...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 276 reads 18 comments

  17. Saluting The Old War Horse

    Indian cricket will never be the same again. As India goes into its next test match against Australia in Nagpur, it will be without its most committed and finest match winner, ANIL KUMBLE...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 302 reads 0 comments

  18. What's In a Name? In Cricket, There Is But One!

    In this huge world you meet billions of people each with a different name. So what's in a name? It does matter at least in this case...

    Nikhil Nadipelli Written by Nikhil Nadipelli about 6 years ago 621 reads 12 comments