The Contributors

Mohan Krishnamoorthy Mohan Krishnamoorthy
Mohan Krishnamoorthy lives in Melbourne, Australia and is a cricket tragic. He is a research scientist by profession and also loves Carnatic (South Indian classical) music. He regularly undertakes bush walks. He has been recently (re)introduced to (Euro-Style) Board-Gaming by his friend, Sanjay Subrahmanyan, and believes that this can and will develop (and perhaps already has developed!) into an expensive passion!

Mohan volunteers for a charitable organisation called CHARINDAA. Mohan also blogs elsewhere on music, travel and other stuff.
Mahesh Krishnan Mohan Krishnamoorthy
Mahesh grew up in the South Indian city of Chennai.After spending a few years in the US, moved over to Melbourne, Australia.Epitomising the Indian stereotype, he works in IT and loves his cricket. He supports the Indian cricket team with a passion, whether they win or lose.

Srikanth MangalamSrikanth Mangalam

Srikanth Mangalam is a resident of Toronto, Canada. He has a passion for Carnatic (South Indian classical) music and is a keen supporter of Indian cricket. A risk analyst during the day, Srikanth is equally passsionate about his hobbies. Like Mohan Krishnamoorthy, Srikanth is into Sanjay Subrahmanyan’s music and eurostrategy games. He also loves quizzing, radio jockeying and international politics.

Sanjay Subrahmanyan_mg_5530.JPGSanjay Subrahmanyan is a Carnatic (South Indian classical) musician by profession who lives in Chennai, India. He has been a passionate fan of cricket and a die hard supporter of Team India. His other hobbies include playing strategy board games mostly of the Euro variety.

Paddy Padmanaban

Paddy Padmanaban is a resident of Melbourne, Australia. His main focus in his life has been travel, while his work (IT) has been a good funding mechanism. Paddy (and his wife) have travelled to various destinations including some exotic ones like Mongolia, Siberia, Alaska and the usual suspects like Europe, America etc. Cricket is his current religion.

 

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57 responses to “The Contributors

  1. Hi all,

    I do not know why I did not find your page sooner.
    I found it on my cricket website the Silly Points.
    Thanks for having Silly Points on your blogroll.

    But now, you may find me visiting often,
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  2. Hey,

    Just read some of the contributions from Mohan – apprehensively looking forward to the World Cup.

    I just hope India doesn’t come out all guns blazing and then fizz out!

    Will add my two cents worth – on a regular basis. RB

  3. 3 Cheers for the team. Just came to know of the blog today. One of the best blogs in cricket. Please keep up your good work.

  4. Thanks for your kind comments Dennis. We appreciate it tremendously.

    — Mohan for the rest of the team

  5. Hi,

    Is it possible to have some sort of association with you guys? How about guest posting on cricketviewer.com?

    Best,

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  7. k.arunprakash

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  8. I chanced upon ur site thru rediff and loved every bit of it….wd love to be part of your team as a contributor…do check out the site I run with a few of my buddies who are also maniacs of the game!

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  9. Love the site and the discussion here.

    Tremendous job by the whole team!:-)

  10. hi all!
    great job with the blog!

    Now, I have a blog on cricket too..would you care for a link exchange?
    Do let me know.
    Thanks

    And one more question..who comes up with all those picture stories? Kudos to whoever that is. They are witty meaningful and totally entertaining. Thanks for putting them up!

  11. Wonderful blog to read. A lot of interesting details for sure and i find it is not yet another blog on cricket. Kudos!! 🙂 I loved all the posts, especially some interesting ones by Sanjay sir like the interesting story of visiting teams playing against the counties..great going!!

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  13. Please sir i want a CHANCE PLease

    I love india Cricket team

  14. hi…..this is hitesh…….this site is quite interesting…help to discuss all about cricket…..i love to play cricket…..and i play cricket…right from 6th class….i now play national level cricket university matches from bharti vidyapeeeth university…..

  15. Just reading an interesting article from Darren Berry on the state of international cricket versus Australian Domestic scene http://www.theage.com.au/news/cricket/australia-is-domestic-bliss-next-to-tests/2007/12/01/1196394689340.html?page=fullpage#contentSwap1

    While I agree with majority of his article – I am hoping someone in the Indian Cricket “brainstrust” reads his article and starts to psyche the players up with what has been written about the Indians. Darren writes “India arrives shortly for a four Test series on its A-frames and walking sticks.”

    If these comments can’t inspire the Indians to “whoop some Aussie butt”, I seriously don’t know what will.

  16. Hi guys,

    Thank God someone picked up on the article. Just for your interest, I actually emailed Russell Gould about the article and he responded! I must admit I was pretty much banging my head against the wall when I read it.

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  18. Venkatesh Bhardwaj

    Virendar Sehwags 150 odd was a superbly controlled innings – probably one i would rate as his best. Apart from the fact that it was played when the team needed it – his level of astute judgement on leaving the ball outside the off stump was phenomenal. Deciding to do away with aerial drives sqaure of the wicket, in this particularly crucial situation was (and is) but an ode to the maturity of his temperament. He seems to have definitely imrpoved considerably since his last series. The overall result of the series does not pain the whole picture however. I was in complete agreement with Kumble when he said that Team India have been one of the few teams that have consistently challenged the Australians on their home turf (since the 1999 seriesof course).

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  20. A MUST READ!

    Gilchrist defends Dhoni’s ‘illegal’ gloves

    WEB SPINNER: Match referee Jeff Crowe had noted the webbings of Dhoni’s gloves were unusual and illegal.
    Melbourne: Australian vice-captain and wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist came out in support of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s stumping gloves saying they are the best in the world, the media reported Friday.

    Both Gilchrist and Dhoni use the same hand-stitched gloves manufactured by India’s Sunrising Sportings Goods. The only difference is that Gilchrist’s gloves are re-branded by the Puma logo.

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    “I have absolutely no doubt that he (Dhoni) hasn’t intentionally done that and tried to get away or pull the wool over anyone’s eyes. We’re spoiled for choice, we just get gear, you put it on, you train in it. So I don’t think they were glaringly obvious to be different to what, say, I use or anyone else at the moment, or what is legal at the moment,” he added.

    Dhoni’s gloves attracted attention of match referee Jeff Crowe, who noted that the webbings of his gloves were unusual and illegal.

  21. Heyy
    I’ve been visitin this blog for the past few months and Ive been lovin it!
    Great job ppl..
    Hats off to u!
    Just hoping India will Win the U19 World Cup and ya also the CWB series..
    Chak de India!

  22. Thanks for this excellent cricketing blog. I love it.

  23. I’m enjoying the stay here at I3J3 …..

    Came here thanks to Sanjay’s Twit …..

    Ram

  24. Would like to associate with you guys, my site is http://www.indianteam.com – would surely like to exchange articles.

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  25. Hi
    Good site guys. Came through Sanjay’s message on Facebook. As a sports freak and memorabilia collector, will try to put in some cricket trivia.
    All the best
    Ramana

  26. As Triplicane beach cricketer who graduated upto Bluestar as a Gada opener, I chanced upon this site today and feel so so happy to have come here.

    Thank you and I am happy to add your blog to my blogroll.

  27. Hi

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  28. Hi!

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  29. Thanks for this excellent blog abt the cricket & team India

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  31. Hi there Men,
    You guys have put together a fantastic blog on Indian Cricket – from all across the diaspora!
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  32. Wah! So many comments in. Thats gr8.

  33. i am also intrested to playing please send your address and terms & condition to apply in this format. i hope that i am a good cricketer it not a confidence, i know that so please chance to me thanking you

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  35. Hi All,

    I’m writing on behalf of the Managing Editor of a soon-to-be-launched cricket vertical, which is a joint venture of the Zee Group and an American media giant. Our cricket vertical will have lots of cricketers writing for us, besides established writers. However, we are also giving space for bloggers and others who would like to share their views and/or blog on cricket.

    Would you be interested in posting your writings on our website? If you do wish to share, kindly let me know. We are not paying fan bloggers for non-exclusive articles, but what we would undoubtedly give them is instant recognition on a big platform alongside big names – something that is not possible as a stand-alone blogger or merely commenting on social media like Facebook and Twitter. Moreover, we intend leverage the written stuff across social media platforms. And that means getting your writings across to much bigger audience and thus getting new readers to your blog – if you are a blogger.

    If we find that any blogger is writing insightfully and is drawing a huge following, we could then commission him/her to write exclusive articles for which they would be paid.

    Do let me know your thoughts.
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  36. Hi,

    superb site and great write-ups. I publish my write-ups on my blog http://www.cricforu.com
    Feel free to visit it anytime and pass on your comments..will be highly appreciated..
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  37. Sir(s), I strongly believe that if India does not want to compromise with its winning habit or wants to win the WC 2011 and wants to become Future No.1 Team in Short Formats of Game, then Dear Mr.MS should step down as Captain and Dear Mr. Gautam Gambhir with 5-0 White-wash record with NZ recently should be assigned as Captain for shorter game Format’s. Also, Parthiv Patel should be made as Wicket Keeper instead of Lost Form Dear Mr.MS whom I am sorry to say but is making good money in AD’s (Rs.27 Cr. contract was signed by Him with some company for Ad’s last month). Thank You!

  38. Sir(s), I strongly believe that if India does not want to compromise with its winning habit or wants to win the WC 2011 and wants to become Future No.1 Team in Short Formats of Game, then Dear Mr.MS should step down as Captain and Dear Mr. Gautam Gambhir with 5-0 White-wash record with NZ recently should be assigned as Captain for shorter game Format’s. Also, Parthiv Patel should be made as Wicket Keeper instead of Lost Form Dear Mr.MS whom I am sorry to say but is making good money in AD’s (Rs.27 Cr. contract was signed by Him with some company for Ad’s last month). Thank You!

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    for ODI
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    Dhoni
    Harbhajan
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    Zaheer
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  42. Re the Ian Bell incident on 31 July at Trent Bridge, can the contributors please explain to me how/when the “spirit of cricket” takes precedence over the rules of cricket? To me, Ian Bell had only himself to blame for being presumptuous. His captain and coach should not have shown him any support. If I were Strauss I would have said to him, “You’ve only got yourself to blame for this. I hope you have learnt your lesson.”

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