Its kind of funny how NZ, SL and India capitulated in the test series but fought back (to some extent) in the ODI series.
Its spells worse doom for India as they were playing at home and the other two abroad.
SA, Aus and Eng are obviously the top 3 in test cricket.
Following a heated and profane bout with the chairpersons of the University of Oxford, who publishes the Oxford English Dictionary, the general secretary of Congress, Mr. Ghulam Nabi Azad hollered that this country is no more under the British Raj, and that Englishmen cannot force the world into accepting the definitions of any words, including the words 'week', and 'month'. Speculation is that the Congress party will be the first to follow the new definitions given by Azad, and the people of the world shall do the same later.
Azad said that he's been trying to contact Julian Assange in order to provide Julian the details on how the British is commandeering the rest of the world into accepting "one week equals 7 days". But Azad also mentioned that Julian has been completely ignoring his letters, and neither has Julian responded to his 300+ missed calls in the past 2 days.
In a conference he arranged and invited the Wikimedia Foundation to (which nobody from the Wikimedia Foundation apparently attended), he stated that he needed to know how to change the text for a given topic in Wikipedia once-and-for-all. He did change the meaning of the term "week" to 'many days' after receiving assistance from his 6 year old grand daughter. However, this lead to the the "online mobocracy" to mark him as a troll and ban his Wiki user account permanently.
Yep, Job is hectic & life sucks sometimes. Thanks for your wishes. Of course I'm working on that. Currently writing shorts & short stories. Also I have couple of subjects for feature films. 2 months ago, Amit Karnik called me for these kind of things but I think he's busy with some other things. And I'm planning to buy camera on April or May month. Let's see.
The master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which; he simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.