Those of you who have started playing Table Tennis or might have been playing it for some time now might have come across this question which is the Right Table Tennis bat to buy? In this blog, the effort has been made to recommend suitable bats for you out of so many various options available in the market.
I will try to uncover details around two very basic techniques called “CUT” and “PUSH”. Together they are commonly known as “CHOP”, which most of you might have heard about.
To begin with, let us ask ourselves the below questions –
For how long have you been away from your mobile or completely out of network?
Have you ever managed to escape from office status calls, client meetings, releases, and targets?
When was the last time you contemplated nature and felt your breath?
Well, all the questions that I have raised above are the necessity of our day to day life or I should say it has become part of our life now but truly speaking don’t you sometimes feel to take a break and be away from all of your daily routines and commitments. Don’t you want to be in a place where in you are completely on your own? Don’t you want to be in a place which can recycle all your negative energies into positive ones? The answer is a simple big YES.
So, this blog is all about converting this ‘YES’ into reality. Plan a trek and spend some time on mountains. Believe me, if you could pull out a week’s time from your busy schedule than there are many Beginners Trek in India that you can give a try.
There was a time in cricket when there used to be a balance between bowling and batting. Then the T20’s came into the picture and the balance shifted towards the batsman. The pitches were made where batsman could score belter of runs and there was nothing for bowlers in it and especially for spin bowlers. Spin bowlers were hit out of the park every time they tried to flight the bowl and they were seriously scared to bowl within the powerplay. Batsman like Chris Gayle made the merry of spin bowlers in the T20’s.
It has been 10 years since IPL has started and RCB is yet to win an IPL Trophy. It is not that RCB is the only team who has not won the Trophy but the kind of players RCB has, it becomes difficult to admit that they have not crossed the line even once.They have featured 3 times in the IPL final and all the 3 times they have choked in the final as well.
IPL10 started with a Bang for IPL9 winners Sunrisers Hyderabad, in the inaugural match of IPL10, they defeated last time runner-up Royal Challengers Bangalore by a healthy margin of 35 runs. Everyone from SRH chipped in with fine performances from bat but the pick of all of them was Yuvraj Singh. He won the man of the match for his match-winning innings in which he scored 62 runs in just 27 balls with the help of four fours and 3 sixes.
It was a jam-packed stadium, on Sunday noon in Miami, fans gathered from all around the world to witness two grand ambassadors of tennis, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal fighting to claim their stake on Miami Open title. Roger defeated Rafa quite easily with match score 6-3, 6-4.
So the trophy has been won by India in a very fashionable manner and this series win will remain in the heart of Indians for a very very long Time.Such a Hard fought series it was. In this long… Continue Reading →
If Cricket is a religion for Indians than it is life for Bengalis and Sourav Ganguly is their god who is fondly called as DADA (it means grandfather top person of the house). DADA is the most lovable son of Bengal known for his aggression and to the point talks. Of all the cricket players that Bengal has produced, there is another player from Bengal who resembles DADA very much in terms of aggression and attitude. This player is fondly called as Chotta DADA (Chotta means younger) and his name is Manoj Tiwari.