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Avinash Subramaniam is a writer. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography .

Sep 21, 2012

Why Australia doesn’t take T20s seriously

Sport is no laughing matter in Australia. But when it comes to T20 cricket, they see it as nothing more than a casual fling in the park. #Australia #HowThisWorks #World Cup T20 2012 #World T20 #WT20 Bloggers

Sep 17, 2012

The shorter the format, the more Sehwag struggles

Sehwag's Test record is splendid, his ODI is so-so but his T20 is simply poor. The answer to that mystery is perhaps simpler than one might imagine. #Cricket #JustSaying #Sports #T20 #Virender Sehwag #WT20 Bloggers

Sep 14, 2012

The team has changed, can Dhoni change too?

It’s no coincidence that Dhoni, like Azhar, comes across as a relaxed fellow. However, India cannot afford to regress into the 90’s. #Anil Kumble #Cricket #Mahendra Singh Dhoni #OnOurMind #Sourav Ganguly

Sep 12, 2012

Back India at World T20, but don’t trust Srikkanth

When it comes to the shortest version of the game, rankings and reputations don’t mean much. Therefore, don’t blindly bet your house on Dhoni’s men, or Sehwag, to deliver. #Australia #Chris Gayle #Cricket #India #India at WT20 #InMyOpinion #Kris Srikkanth #World T20 #WT20 Bloggers

Sep 7, 2012

Sorry Ganguly, India’s not ready for an Indian coach

When it comes to cricket, and politics, Indians are provincial and fail to see the big picture. A team coach cannot be like that. #Cricket #Rahul Dravid #Sourav Ganguly #ThatsJustWrong

Sep 6, 2012

We don’t have the stomach to watch Tendulkar fail

If we really love Tendulkar, we should do what young Virat Kohli said (after India won the World Cup) and free him from the burden of our expectations. #Cricket #OnOurMind #Sachin Tendulkar

Aug 30, 2012

Should Gandhi’s India support the death penalty for Kasab?

Hanging Kasab is a futile exercise. In fact, death penalty is something a sensible, mature judicial system should do away with. #26/11 #Ajmal Kasab #InMyOpinion

Aug 25, 2012

Kirsten, Flower, Fletcher: What’s in a coach?

Gary Kirsten has now coached two sides to the summit of the ICC Test rankings. Duncan Fletcher, on the other hand, has been part of three whitewashes. #Andy Flower #Cricket #Duncan Fletcher #Gary Kirsten #OnOurMind

Aug 22, 2012

A medal at the Olympics: necessity or luxury?

India has consistently under-performed at the highest level. But medalling at the Olympics, and other such luxuries, ought to be the least of our concerns. #ConnectTheDots #London 2012 #Olympics

Aug 19, 2012

The man with wrists of steel: VVS Laxman

Laxman was the world’s most gorgeous batsman to watch and more than ably filled the huge void left by one of the game’s other touch artists I unabashedly admired for the sheer beauty he brought to the craft of batting: Mohammed Azharuddin. #Cricket #Inpraiseof #Mohammed Azharuddin #VVS Laxman