For the love of Momos

It certainly would not be wrong to say that the humble momo occupies a special place in our day-to-day life. Youngsters such as myself appease our growling stomachs by making our way to a nearby kiosk selling momos. Delhi’s love for momos has already been well documented across several social media and blogging platforms. There are Momo Festivals being organised, like the one that kicked-off in Ansal Plaza, South Ext, New Delhi a few months back. Continue reading “For the love of Momos”

India’s over-reliance on Virat Kohli quite similar to that on Tendulkar

I remember watching Sachin Tendulkar bat when the Indians toured England way back in 1996. The first test match at Edgbaston saw the Indian batters running for cover against a potent English pace attack led by a man who belonged to this historic county of Lancashire. Dominic Cork, his name was. He charged in at speeds exceeding 90 Mph and made the Indian batsmen hop and jump on a typical English batting strip. Continue reading “India’s over-reliance on Virat Kohli quite similar to that on Tendulkar”