Posts Tagged ‘cricket’

Born in 1973, Dravid grew up in an upper-middle-class home in Bengaluru. His father Sharad was a food scientist in Kissan, a popular brand making jams, squashes and ketchups (hence Dravid’s early nickname ‘Jammy’) and his mother Pushpa an art lecturer in a leading college. A double-income family living...

Celebrating Sachin Tendulkar's 44th birthday with his defiant century that came 2 weeks after the terrible 26/11 Mumbai attacks

Juggernaut is pleased to announce that books from Allen & Unwin, Australia’s largest independent publisher, are now available on our platform. With titles such as Test of Will, Poisoned Planet, and From India with Love to the Cliff Hardy series, Allen & Unwin’s 41 years in Australia has already seen them being awarded...

Lalit Modi said, ‘Listen folks, I didn’t ask you whether the IPL should be shot in hi-def, I’m telling you we’re shooting in hi-def.’

A non-cricket fan's guide to faking a cricket obsession

An India–Australia Test series is now the most awaited international event in the cricket calendar, and bigger than the Ashes

Relive one of the greatest victories against Australia in recent years, the only time VVS Laxman lost his cool and shouted at a teammate

Here are the top 10 books on Juggernaut in January

As Laxman and Dravid came together, their aim was to remain unseparated that evening. This first and immediate milestone was achieved, and by end of day, Laxman had crossed 50 and the two had put on close to a hundred; there had been no risks but no slavish defence either. India were still 176 runs away from making...

Author and educationist Prema Raghunath on why she loves MS Dhoni, even though she doesn't know anything about cricket