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  2. Can India do what US did to bin laden on this guy??
  3. Kinda agree, private sector participation is a necessary & not sufficient condition.
  4. zen

    Respect for Dhawan!

    In such events, we are basically a Kohli-Dhawan line up .... I hope youngsters come to party in WC19
  5. punjabi_khota

    A question for gym goers

    matlab your main aim is to sweat ?
  6. Areee bhai bhai bhai. Bas kar Choudhary. Lets not make this a regionalism issue , shall we?
  7. Nikola

    All time Fastest Pace Bowling All Rounder.

    He had no aura or swag but if you look at his both batting & bowling it's really rare to find some kind of player who can do it. His bowling is way underrated due to his batting but i think if he had bit more aura & attitude he could have been best cricketer of all time or maybe he already is. The biggest reason of him being underrated is impact & his attitude.
  8. Forever Indian

    Respect for Dhawan!

    Yes, a well known fact that he really steps up in ICC tourneys in ODIs. Second most valuable batsman after Kohli in ODIs.
  9. Nikola

    All time Fastest Pace Bowling All Rounder.

    I doubt with that action he will be as quick as flintoff was. His bowling action isn't really going to have him long career as well but i guess if we talk about fastest pace bowling all rounder for India then he might be at top. Kapil was more of 130 - 135 and Irfan too was 133-135 at start. Hardik can avg 136 - 140 easily right now.
  10. Another drama. Why not arrest him.
  11. Yeah, he is just starting out .... and has to reach his potential too
  12. Gayle doesn’t take singles or twos it seems. You see the frustration in shai hope.
  13. Nikola

    All time Fastest Pace Bowling All Rounder.

    He is very good for this era but considering all time fastest all rounder i think he may not be at top.
  14. Amazing transformation From Stiffback Sachin To Brokeback Sachin
  15. beetle

    The Never Ending Thread

    Pilot Spells Out 'I'm Bored' Across the Sky During Test Flight https://www.news18.com/amp/news/buzz/pilot-spells-out-im-bored-across-the-sky-during-test-flight-2044457.html Everyone has a slow day at work every once in a while, leading to random interwebs browsing, irrelevant tweeting, checking out app notifications or just plain ol' gazing out of the window (only if your corporate citadel has such openings to distraction, of course). But, every once in a while, an employee can take expressing their boredom to new heights, which is what an Australian pilot recently did; and we mean literally, given that he spelled out "I'm bored" on his tracking device.
  16. This is a top quality post. Our Army is as spineless as our people and politicians. Even Bangladesh didn’t hesitate killing 20 some BSF soldier and hang them upside down. IAF planes collides in mid air. IAF lose so many planes every year because of incompetence. Now don’t blame on politics everything. If there is a shortage of spare parts why don’t the IAF speaks up? Nearly 25 percent of army is made up of Servants who serve officers. Yes they literally polish their shoes every morning. Behanchod kya hoga aise desh ka. 300 people is the average number of Gujarati joins the armed forces each year but behanchod these people are giving certificates of patriotism to rest of India. I look at newspapers and never see any Modi, Shah or patel dies in Kashmir fighting for this country. It’s always some Punjabi, haryanvi, tamil, Pahari, reddy etc. behanchod modi shah patel toh sirf money scams news meh hi milte hain.
  17. zen

    Respect for Dhawan!

    as an opener in ODIs. Has strong performances in ICC and world events. iew overall figures [change view] Primary team India Opposition team Australia or England or New Zealand or Pakistan or South Africa or Sri Lanka or West Indies Start of match date greater than or equal to 1 Jan 1983 Trophy Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket or ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) or MRF World Series (Nehru Cup) or World Cup Batting position between 1 and 2 Qualifications runs scored greater than or equal to 200 Ordered by batting average (descending) Page 1 of 1 Showing 1 - 9 of 9 First Previous Next Last Return to query menu Cleared query menu Overall figures Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 S Dhawan 2013-2017 13 13 1 919 137 76.58 933 98.49 4 4 0 SC Ganguly 1998-2007 15 15 2 869 183 66.84 1040 83.55 4 2 1 SR Tendulkar 1996-2011 31 30 0 1548 141 51.60 1778 87.06 4 9 1 V Sehwag 2002-2011 18 18 2 678 126 42.37 670 101.19 1 5 1 R Lamba 1989-1989 6 6 0 231 61 38.50 354 65.25 0 3 0 RJ Shastri 1983-1992 9 9 1 281 63* 35.12 581 48.36 0 4 0 SM Gavaskar 1983-1987 9 9 1 262 103* 32.75 320 81.87 1 1 0 RG Sharma 2013-2017 13 13 0 414 91 31.84 546 75.82 0 4 2 K Srikkanth 1983-1992 29 29 2 852 93* 31.55 1208 70.52 0 7 3 a good 50+ scores conversation rate ..... and contributes well when he does not reach 50 too: View overall figures [change view] Primary team India Opposition team Australia or England or New Zealand or Pakistan or South Africa or Sri Lanka or West Indies Start of match date greater than or equal to 1 Jan 1983 Trophy Benson & Hedges World Championship of Cricket or ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut) or MRF World Series (Nehru Cup) or World Cup Runs scored less than or equal to 49 Batting position between 1 and 2 Qualifications runs scored greater than or equal to 100 Ordered by batting average (descending) Page 1 of 1 Showing 1 - 6 of 6 First Previous Next Last Return to query menu Cleared query menu Overall figures Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 S Dhawan 2013-2017 5 5 0 154 48 30.80 142 108.45 0 0 0 SR Tendulkar 1996-2011 18 17 0 362 45 21.29 521 69.48 0 0 1 V Sehwag 2002-2011 12 12 2 207 38 20.70 195 106.15 0 0 1 K Srikkanth 1983-1992 22 22 1 367 40 17.47 682 53.81 0 0 3 SC Ganguly 1998-2007 9 9 0 131 40 14.55 243 53.90 0 0 1 RG Sharma 2013-2017 9 9 0 128 34 14.22 211 60.66 0 0 2 Dhawan
  18. Third umpire takes ages watching replays to see if the ball brushed the glove before going to snicko - eventually decides he missed it so checks the LBW which is clearly not out, then back to more replays. Don't understand this
  19. Chandra vanshi @surajmal or was it surya vanshi?
  20. OMG you are on form. You are trolling the vadapavji's bhakts big time. Pwned
  21. Surpring to see red tape and bureaucracy in selective sectors that holds back progress. I am sure ISRO had it it’s share as well but still they can be considered a success story. I don’t want to get into how they have not reached full potential etc. they have something to show for their work. Nuclear program has been a success even though probably suffered due to government negligence for many years. So my question was how come this resilience has not translated to other sectors? Sure we have the man power and brain power. I picked agriculture as an example and I agree with @Clarke that it is more to do with economics than science. However my question was we do import a lot of produce from what I hear. My question was Given that we keep harping about how we are an agrarian society, jai jawan jai kisan and 80% of India lives in villages etc and all other such bs how come no scientific and technological breakthroughs in these areas specifically. How come no efforts have been made to modernize agriculture? We don’t have a problem of weather and fertile land. We have it in abundance. Also water and electricity. How come we still get water tankers in metros like Mumbai and Chennai when desalination plants could have been set up near the sea where water is in abundance? I mean are all the scientists going for lucrative jobs abroad or is there not enough funding given by the government?
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