All posts tagged India

Five things we learned at the MCG
December 29, 2011, 2 Comments

1. James Pattinson – best young fast bowler in many years There is something raw and beautiful in seeing a young fast ...

Australia v. India – Few thoughts from Day One of the First Test
December 26, 2011, No Comments

There seemed to be a great deal of surprise when Michael Clarke elected to bat having won the toss. The ‘experts’ sa ...

The Horns of the Bull
December 13, 2011, No Comments

[Manav Bhushan, follows on from my earlier post on the AMRI Hospital Disaster in Calcutta, and argues how it was caused ...

A Global Revolution: Changing the Face of Politics
December 12, 2011, 1 Comment

We’re in the midst of a political revolution, as social media catalyses the evolution to a more networked form of gove ...

When Will This Stop?
December 9, 2011, 7 Comments

The AMRI Hospital Fire in Kolkata

Cricket’s Troubled Geniuses: A Review of “Bishan” and “Golden Boy: The Bad Old Days of Australian Cricket”
December 1, 2011, No Comments

Imagine Lord’s on a brilliant summer’s day, bathed in soft, golden sunshine. At the batting crease is a lith ...

Taking Offence: India’s New National Pastime
November 30, 2011, No Comments

A Pastime to Beat All Others Move over waiting-for-Sachin-Tendulkar-to-get-his-100th-100, you’re getting boring now, I ...

XI Things learned from the Irani Trophy and the Champions League T20
October 6, 2011, No Comments

I wanted write about the 1962-level disaster that was the Indian tour of England. The wounds are still raw though and th ...

Half a Cup of Tea
October 2, 2011, No Comments

[This is a guest post by Kirsten Wallerstedt. Kirsten is a masters candidate at The Fletcher School at Tufts University ...

Anna Hazare and the Iberian Scorpion
August 17, 2011, 4 Comments

The Curious Case of Anna Hazare and the Government of India