Who is a Racist?

I think it is silly discussing it here in Peter Booth’s article. There’s a court set up and they have to decide based on evidence. Peter Booth was not there, neither were you all or I. No point discussing the morality of Ponting or Tendulkar here. We all know who was not playing fair, but …

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Andrew Symonds Monkey Controversy – Racial?

Andrew Symonds was he called monkey by Harbhajan? Andrew Symonds says yes he was called, whereas Harbhajan denies. Inconclusive, since except Andrew Symonds no one knows that. Neutral. What evidence is there regarding the abuse? Sure, the video shows them (Andrew Symonds and Harbhajan Singh) having a friendly chat, and there was no anger on …

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Role of Unfair Expectations in violent behavior

Sports and Expectations Trying to understand the role of Unfair expectations and violent behavior (in sports, government, friendship and even marital relationships) through sports. The various players in each area may have new names, but all of these roles are required to flame tensions. Note: This is not a story about the fall of India …

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Demise of Sports Media Reporting as well as Bob Woolmer

It is a very sad situation when (probably) factor’s related to one’s first love (cricket) lead to the person’s death. Bob Woolmer is no more.. This article is not to hail him as a Champion, but to look into the reasons of such incidents. 1. Did Pakistan lose track? Pakistan lost the plot in their …

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Gavaskar-Border-Ponting Cricket Controversy (Spat)

The row between Cricket Batting legends Sunil Gavaskar and Allan Border was a show of pent up anger dating back from the Bedi vs Bob Simpson series in 1979 which India almost won despite unfavourable (read highly biased) umpiring by Australians: 1. Gavaskar – Quoting David Hookes incident: This is perhaps the only incorrect reference/ …

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