India bagged 37 gold medals in their 14-day Commonwealth Games outing at home. Read more

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In continuation to a particular blog by my esteemed colleague on beer and nicotine during CWG, here’s presenting some novel way to ensure you get those sticks right in and churn out the best stories for the next days edition. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

The Delhi Games have been a success and a disaster for various different reasons. Read more

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Don’t expect an unbiased report. Not after the India- Pakistan match in hockey. Read more

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It is fascinating how Indians never lose faith in their team each time players take to the field. Read more

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We are half-way through the 19th Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. And it’s been a mixed bag so far. As a self-important hack stuck somewhere in the middle, it’s been tiring and refreshing, hectic and easy, disappointing and inspiring — all at the same time. For a variety of reasons. Read more

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Journalists are fuelled by a steady diet of booze and nicotine. Invariably, the main press centre (MPC) of any big event will have a bar and usually beer on tap. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

Until a week ago, I was still under the assumption that we were on the right path when looking at the construction status of some of our stadiums and complexes for the Commonwealth Games. Read more

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Raghav Sikka

As we come closer to the Commonwealth Games 2010, our uncertainties regarding a successful event grows even larger and larger. Why is that we fail to believe in our nation’s capital city and have no trust as to whether the Games will take place or not?

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