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26 Legends And A 90s Kid: Chris Gayle

C stands for Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) #BlogchatterA2Z — Paresh Godhwani (@Par_God) April 9, 2019 Christopher Henry Gayle was born in Kingston, Jamaica. Kingston is the capital of Jamaica. Chris’s father was policeman and had six children. And out of that, Chris was the fifth child. Chris’s grandfather played club cricket. So cricket was in the…

26 Legends And A 90s Kid: Brendon McCullum

B for Brendon McCullum (@Bazmccullum) #BlogchatterA2Z — Paresh Godhwani (@Par_God) April 4, 2019 Brendon Barrie McCullum was born in Dunedin, Otago, NewZealand. Dunedin is the principal city in the Otago region. Brendon McCullum’s father Stuart McCullum is a former cricketer who played domestic cricket for Otago for fifteen years. Thus, the game of cricket was…

26 Legends And A 90s Kid: AB De Villiers

A for AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17). #26LegendsAndA90sKid #BlogchatterA2Z— Paresh Godhwani (@Par_God) March 31, 2019 Abraham Benjamin de Villiers was born in Warmbad, South Africa. It is that kind of town in South Africa where everyone knows everyone. He did his schooling from Pretoria along with Faf du Plessis. AB was brought up in a sports-loving…

26 Legends and a 90s Kid

My love affair with cricket is not a secret anymore. A good response on IPL-ology gave me the green signal to go ahead with other ideas I had in my mind. This year, I am going ahead with an idea to give tribute to the generation of cricket. It is a generation which taught me…

Poverty and Sanitation

A lot of people say that poverty is a state of mind. It is a state of mind for those peons and sub-staff of government offices who are earning over 40k a month and still trying to show that they are poor. It is not a state of mind for those who struggle the whole…

#TweetFables 3.0

In the third edition of tweet fables, we tried to address the decline in the craze of celebrating the Indian festivals. And to talk on that topic, we took one of the festivals for which people used to get excited, Uttarayan. Earlier, people used to wait and start preparing for it in advance. On the…

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