1. This is *our* problem, and the solution should come from within us. If all of us decide to follow the road rules, this will happen. Although, I don't see it happening anytime soon. The only way to achieve this will be to impose hefty fines and/or jail term on those who break traffic rules.
3. Excessive availability of man power. That's the problem. However, I don't really know why will our people be selective with showing their respect towards others. That has something to do with attitude.
We are planning a webcast for the same so people around the world can get participate. So if everything is in place, then people from India also will get a chance to see the technology presentations and learn the new technologies... I see lot of participation in webcasts from our folks. So thought to share here.
Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark; Professionals built the Titanic.
is a master piece. It was mentoned before the series that if anything is between India and series win is Cook, peiterson and Swann and two of them had already made it correct as early as in the first test. Excellent batting by them so save this match.
I've not been posting a lot on CP the last couple of years, though I still read the Lounge and GIT (I was never very active in the GIT to begin with). It seems content has dried up in the last few weeks, has anybody else noticed this?
Gone are the days when a cricket match would feature nearly over-by-over updates. Now there's an entire day of Test cricket gone (what's more, with India on top) with no new threads - is everybody watching the game instead of posting about it?
Or did everybody just get A Life?
"We have already been through this, I am not going to repeat myself." - fat_boy, in a global warming thread
There were 3-4 core people who were extremely active during cricket season. Their intense posting lead to a chain reaction where dozens of others would post on those threads too. I think what's missing now are those central figures - they've either moved on from this forum or are otherwise busy with their lives.
Wouldn't bank on it, the two men that are in at the moment are the only two that will give resistance and you have Yuvaraj to get KP out so you don't need to worry about getting Cook, just concentrate on the other end.
There's a slim chance that Prior or Bell might give you problems but I doubt it. So although physically the game may go into the fourth day I think it will basically be over as a contest by the end of the 3rd, just a case of mopping up the tail-enders on the 4th morning.
Kinda funny though. Get a green pitch in England and your team beats us 4-0. Get a turning pitch in India and it seems we can beat you fairly easily. I wonder how the teams will fare on some kind of in-between wicket. That'll be a true test of each team's players.
Hold your horses you haven't beat us 4-0 yet! I think the 4-0 in England wouldn't happen if you played us now(in England), at the time so many of our Batsmen were in form that we were always going to score heavily, since then a lot of the players have lost form, Strauss has gone and also Morgan, the top 7 is nowhere near as strong. Also losing Khan early did for you, it would be the equivalent of us losing Swann for this series.
I take your point though about the teams being suited to different wickets, but our poorness on turning wickets is a lot worse than your poorness on green wickets. This will probably be proven by you getting an Innings defeat in the first match. It took us till the 3rd Test to dent your confidence enough to achieve that.
This is the first time I've seen him I think, in a Test match definitely. Looks like he is a very accomplished player and with him and Kohli it looks like the future of Indian Cricket isn't as bleak as it looked it might be 12 months ago.
I think the last session is going to be crucial. England need two wickets at least in order to give themselves a chance. If these two are still there at close of play the game is over already for England.