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brajeshwar nath
Pataudi lecture series
by brajeshwar nath on Dec 28, 2015 11:53 PM

Dravid is the true gentleman cricketer and richly deserving speaker at the lecture series in the honour of another gentleman cricketer and leader.Sadly, they dont make them like them any more. while cricket may thrive, the indian cricket is no more a gentleman\'s game, nor is there any one in that league

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by on Dec 12, 2015 12:04 AM

who listens to tortoises?

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DrYaako TikaNovva
Lecture maybe good, not insulting hin.
by DrYaako TikaNovva on Dec 02, 2015 05:19 PM

But apart from his fans (who incidentally have no say in BCCIs actions), does anybody care?

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MAK Pataudi Memorial Lecture
by Sivaraman on Dec 02, 2015 04:59 PM

Thanks Dravid for a nice &clear talk on the subject.Pataudi was a captain who developed the confidence in his team members that they can win games against England,Australia,West Indies.He was instrumental in the growth of spin Quartlet.Batted fearless against Real fast bowlers.An ideal oneday /T 20 player.Took fielding to new level in Indian Cricket.I have bowled against him in nets at Delhi.

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Harshad Kheur
Inspirational & Very Accurate
by Harshad Kheur on Dec 02, 2015 04:44 PM

The last lecture of Ranjsinghji was amazing and this one is even better.

Only one word for the best Test Batsman of Indian cricket for last decade. RESPECT for Rahul Sharad Dravid the test batsman and now the thinker..!

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Trend setter
by Trend setter on Dec 02, 2015 01:06 AM

Very detailed and boring.

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ravi rudroj
Great thoughts
by ravi rudroj on Dec 01, 2015 11:43 PM

Rahul might have been known as the wall but after todays lecture I for one would consider him as a sage. Very constructive thoughts caring and covering several aspects of a cricketers' lives - orientation, physical growth, psychological counseling, grooming ethics, harnessing the skills, grooming the talent ... You have covered it all quite comprehensively. Kudos, Rahul.

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joe britto
Thanks for your great message
by joe britto on Dec 01, 2015 10:56 PM

Thanks Rahul for the MAK Memorial Lecture.
You have covered every aspect concerning the game and we are sure in the days ahead we will see Cricket being played by more youngsters .

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Bwinde Kang
BCCI needs a think tank!
by Bwinde Kang on Dec 01, 2015 10:50 PM  | Hide replies

If the present-day cricket administration has anything like development on its mind then a think-tank with people like Dravid, Kumble, Sreenath, Laxman, Ashok Mankad, Sanjay Bangarn, Harsha Bhogle compared to as its nucleus can contribute for formulation of an action-oriented plan. With only politician-businessmen administrators at the helm, IPL like tamashas will continue to enrich BCCIs coffers. The day China chooses to play cricket, with their superb training approach, it may take them not more than a decade to displace top nations.

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Bwinde Kang
Re: BCCI needs a think tank!
by Bwinde Kang on Dec 01, 2015 10:55 PM
CORRECTION Pls read : “Harsha Bhogle [as compared to record-holders] as its nucleus” in place of : “Harsha Bhogle compared to as its nucleus”

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Anand YNI
Rahul Dravid's Pataudi Memorial Lecture: Full Text
by Anand YNI on Dec 01, 2015 10:23 PM  | Hide replies

Who is interested?

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Re: Rahul Dravid's Pataudi Memorial Lecture: Full Text
by satishgs on Dec 01, 2015 10:53 PM
To all those who are cricket lovers and adore the game, history and contribution to Indian cricket.

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Saba Pathy
Re: Rahul Dravid's Pataudi Memorial Lecture: Full Text
by Saba Pathy on Dec 14, 2015 10:27 AM
You read without having interest is the irony of all.

Dravid is a great player, good thinker ... sometimes boring - be it while playing or speaking.

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