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Suveen K. Sinha

Articles by Suveen K. Sinha

The Dub Foundation

The Dub Foundation

May 30, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

The clones have fallen silent. The new wave of crooners beat a different drum.

'Buddha, Jyoti Babu Are The Real Heroes'

'Buddha, Jyoti Babu Are The Real Heroes'

May 23, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha INTERVIEWS Purnendu Chatterjee

"We have to use India's engineering talent base for deepening our penetration into the global market,"...

Now, The Big Fight

Now, The Big Fight

May 09, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Half a dozen new channels and newspapers are set to jostle for space in three metros

Swindlers' List

Swindlers' List

May 02, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Hi-tech heist is here to stay. It's time to re-examine our cyber laws and plug the loopholes.

Dadaism: Cap'n Can't Duck

Dadaism: Cap'n Can't Duck

Apr 25, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

He's been called the most successful Indian captain. Is it time for him to ride into the sunset now? Updates

Look Who Is Cracking The Whip Now!

Look Who Is Cracking The Whip Now!

Apr 25, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Both Ganguly tormentors, Chris Broad and Clive Lloyd, hardly went by the book as players

The Swish Set

The Swish Set

Apr 19, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

The reasons why Delhi should not hold cricket matches were present in the more expensive pavilions, even...

Rush On The Runway

Rush On The Runway

Apr 18, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

New airlines and airports will change the way you fly

Thank God, Pakistan Won!

Thank God, Pakistan Won!

Apr 12, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

This victory, hopefully, will make both the teams believe in their abilities rather than the toss of the coin

Mind The Gangway, Cap'n

Mind The Gangway, Cap'n

Apr 11, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Can Ganguly rebuild the team he built? His first hurdle is Ganguly the batsman.

This Is Not Cricket!

This Is Not Cricket!

Apr 05, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

One-day cricket has become a contest between two sets of batsmen, elbowing the bowler out of the scheme of...

Kiwi Ponders Flight

Kiwi Ponders Flight

Apr 04, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha ON John Wright

Is the end of the Wright era really nigh? Where else can we get that alchemising glint of steel?

A Different Ball Game

A Different Ball Game

Mar 29, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Now that Pakistan have squared the series by winning the Bangalore Test, it may be tempting to predict that...

We Own It, We Show It

We Own It, We Show It

Mar 28, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

The BCCI is working on their own TV channel. It seems there are fabulous fortunes to be made.

Seven Deadly Sermons

Seven Deadly Sermons

Mar 22, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

If Pakistan can address just a few issues, they will be able to match India in Bangalore.

A Blip On The Screen

A Blip On The Screen

Mar 15, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

The draw at Mohali was salvaged purely because Kamran Akmal played the innings of his life and so did Abdul...

'He Is A Very Vindictive Man'

'He Is A Very Vindictive Man'

Mar 09, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

The former BCCI chief and president of CCI bowls a flurry of bouncers and beamers that Mr Jagmohan Dalmiya,...

Pitched Battles

Pitched Battles

Mar 07, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

This is as big as it gets. An India-Pakistan clash is more than sport—the very self - image of the two...

No Pushovers

No Pushovers

Mar 03, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

As Harsha Bhogle wrote recently, 'Make no mistake, Pakistan have the men to win the series. Now whether they...

Reason To Rejoice?

Reason To Rejoice?

Feb 22, 2005 Suveen K. Sinha

Is it time for Team India to celebrate, because of speed demon Shaoib Akhtar's last minute pull out? Or for...