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Cricket is really a religion in India

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Cricket is really a religion in India

Originally uploaded by Ankur Shrivastava.

Well m sorry for not posting for almost a month but it was because i was not having much to post about, it was about the same old stuff in which noone is interested in but for how long can i ignore my blog so here is a post

well i am suffering form cold from last 2 days (its not a big illness but it surely irritates) so today around 5pm after 3-4 loud sneezes i felt a strong urge for some hot Tea/Coffee and went to the near by tea shop only to find a hell lot of people standing outside. I was puzzled to see this huge crowd then i said to my self “wait a minute it India vs Australia match today for the finals of the DLF cup” and as all of you must be knowing rain has left only this option for india to enter the finals. Spent 20 minutes there had 2 cups of tea (shop was almost empty) and came back to my room as i dont have much time because i have to complete the sheets and the DPP’s so ppl by and lets hope india wins this match and makes it to the finals.

PS 1- have bought the tickets i will be leaving for indore on 16th night 🙂

PS 2- ICC champions trophy starting from 15th next month and i will be at home to watch it 🙂

PS 3- i hope india wins the finals of the DLF cup which is very rare seeing the record of india for somehow making it to the finals and loosing.

PS 4- two more images on flickr

Bye ppl C ya

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Written by Ankur

September 22, 2006 at 6:11 pm

Posted in Life

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