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Dr. Kumar Viswas- The Engineer Who Became A Poet

“Koi Deewana Keheta hai….. Koi paagal samjhta hai, Magar dharti ki bechani………Toh bas baadal samjhta hai, Mein tujhse door kaisa hu….Tu mujhse door kaisi hai, Ye tera dil samajhta hai…..Ya mera dil samajhta hai…….” Arnab MukherjeeCricket Fanatic. Love new ideas. Loves to travel.

Team India’s Plans Ahead Of The Lanka Tour

– ‘Blueprint, right from the dressing room’ After the Kohli- Kumble drift and the second innings for Ravi Shastri, and it is first tour for Kohli as the Captain of the Indian Cricket Team with Shastri being the head coach. This India’s tour of Sri

The Poster Girls Of Kolkata

“Art washes away from the soul, the dust of everyday life”, once said the great Pablo Picasso.  Art has always been the life for the ‘City of Joy’ – Kolkata and there have been many renowned artists who have flourished not only in the city of

Is Greg Chappell Back ?

“Ravi Shastri is behaving like Greg Chappell”. I have heard people saying this since the news about Ravi Shastri asking to replace Zaheer Khan with Bharat Arun as the Bowling Coach.” Since the prestigious Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) had appointed Ravi Shastri as the Coach

Humanity, Superior To Religion!

“Terrorism has no Religion”, is one of the very common statements when it comes to issues dealing with terrorism. Such an incident of fierce terrorism happened on 10th July evening when a bus carrying fifty-six passengers was returning after visiting the Amarnath Shrine. To the

The Next Era Of Indian Cricket Team

Once the ‘Great Wall of Indian Cricket’, Sir Rahul ‘Jammy’ Dravid said about Young Indian players – “My advice to young players is that, they also should take the Ranji Trophy very, very seriously, because I think without playing consistently successful domestic cricket, it is

The unorthodox spin bowling: A rare art

The Art of ‘Left Arm Leg –Spin’ has been an obsolete Art in the recent years in the field of cricket. The origin of ‘Left Arm Leg –spin’ originated during the 1933 old Trafford test match between England and West Indies, a West Indian left-arm