From sport to spectacle and tamasha

From sport to spectacle and tamasha

New Delhi : India | Mar 30, 2011 at 2:22 AM PDT
Source: Rediff
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Whatever the result, one prime minister will be disappointed, and add to the emotional quotient of the contest, where victory and defeat will not be just a result but also a matter of national pride, says Nilova Roy Chaudhury. T he game of cricket is difficult enough for the two teams playing, particularly... FULL ARTICLE AT Rediff
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