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Ashish Pandey

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1-141 vs Australia – Adelaide 2014 141 vs Australia – Adelaide 2014ia’s 2013-’14 tour of Australia remains significant as it saw Dhoni announce his retirement from Test cricket in the middle of the series. But that tour is also memorable for Kohli’s sensational run with the bat. In the first […]

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India Vs England

First Test England 183 and 303 (Root 109, Curran 32, Bumrah 5-64) drew with India 278 and 52 for 1 (Rahul 26, Broad 1-18) The promised grandstand finish to the Trent Bridge Test never materialised as it rained all morning and all afternoon in Nottingham to force a draw. India came into the […]

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1.A Gift of Independence- What better than THE EMPIRE WRITES BACK TO CENTRE could describe India’s triumph against England.CREATORS OF CRICKET lost to INDIA on the HOME OF CRICKET that too the eve being Independence Day.I could never witness India’s independence from Britishers but i got to witness this historic […]

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My favorite Cricket moments.

1-Who in our country can forget the finishing six of MS Dhoni in World Cup 2011 and that iconic commentary of Ravi Shashtri -“…India lifts World Cup after 28 years and it’s the Indian captain who has been absolutely magnificent in the night of finals.”It just gives me goosebumps every […]

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How Olympics went for India.

Neeraj Chopra Neeraj Chopra’s historic gold medal in the men’s javelin event in Tokyo on Saturday brought the nation’s Olympics performance to a spectacular close. The 22-year-old athlete’s gold medal — the nation’s first in a track and field event since it gained independence from Britain — consolidated India’s greatest […]

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Olympic Update

Medal-hopeful Neeraj Chopra made it to the final of men’s javelin throw with a throw of 86.65m, well beyond the qualification mark of 83.50m. The men’s javelin throw final is to be held on August 7. Shivpal Singh could not make it to the finals after failing to throw abive […]

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One of Edmund Spenser’s most widely anthologized sonnets is “One day I wrote her name upon the strand,” number 75 in his sonnet sequence, Amoretti. In this sonnet, the speaker addresses indirectly his beloved, attempting to convince her that their love will live eternally. “One day I wrote her name upon […]

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