I think I have already shared most of the players with you.
Okie dokie. Now, since the transfer window is open... and we also have the hang of things, would be interesting to see the progress.
Will share my 11 once I make it up... will do it by tomorrow afternoon. (IST)
But, overall, I am still not sure how people have scored so high as the rules are pretty simple here and not much if a transfer mind game either. Further, if you change your playing 11, you loose points.
I could, but when I say do better, I meant the players have scored higher but I haven't bothered maintaining since the first week. So although I have some high scoring players some of them might be on the bench still. I will look when I get home tonight.
Sandeep Mewara wrote:
You must have scored some more last night (I had 2 Belgians who didn't feature last night).
59 points will be very hard to catch up, but is still possible.
Still make your team for the next phase and we will start a mini competition from there, it's different to the cricket so there is no problem doing this. You need to create a team before tomorrows match starts.
So now, you need to upload your CV on monster, it is the best site as far as i can say.
I recently changed my job, so some questions asked to me, which i believe you must also know as you are hunting for a job:
1) Difference between 2.0, 3.5 framework.
2) Implement polymorphism with 2 empty classes.
3) Difference between SQL server 2005 and 2008.
4) Is ASP.Net in itself an MVC? If so, why?
The case refers to a picture on the cover of 'Business Today' in its April 2013 edition.
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A local Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) member, Y Shyam Sundar, had filed the petition at a court in Ananthpur in February this year saying Dhoni had hurt the religious sentiments of millions of Hindus by denigrating a god revered by them.