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  • the game
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    Originally posted by vineshvk
    Pathan, Zaheer would be non-veggies I would say.
    Sreesanth also would be a non-veggie.He comes from kerala. Where even hindus eat Beaf.
    That's why I said veggie or no veggie mere bhai. It doesn't matter if you eat those or you eat meat; a trundler is a trundler is a trundler. Take the example of Sami the pie thrower from Pakistan for further illustration.

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  • The Curmudgeon
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    woolmer has asked the Pak dietician to add a can of V8 to all meals from now on

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  • _Lahore_Ka_Cheetah
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    they r good, but uncomparable to the 2WWs

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  • expatobserver
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    Originally posted by Faisal
    Kuch Jaheer khan pe bhi ho jayay...

    Ye Indians ka accent bhi bara shaandaar hai. Majja aa giya
    Faisa bhai, don't paint with such a wide brush. Nobody from Lucknow or Kaanpur speaks urdu like that. That is strictly Mumbai urdu. Unfortunately you hear it a lot because Bollywood is located, guess what, in Mumbai.

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  • vineshvk
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    Originally posted by the game
    Veggie or no veggie, both Pathan and Zaheer are turning into trundlers. If it wasn't for Pathan's batting, I'm sure his place in the side wouldn't have been this secure. Both R.P.Singh and Sreesanth were quite impressive.
    Pathan, Zaheer would be non-veggies I would say.
    Sreesanth also would be a non-veggie.He comes from kerala. Where even hindus eat Beaf.

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  • Kaka MaNNa
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    Curators did some fantastic job with the Pitch....

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  • the game
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    Veggie or no veggie, both Pathan and Zaheer are turning into trundlers. If it wasn't for Pathan's batting, I'm sure his place in the side wouldn't have been this secure. Both R.P.Singh and Sreesanth were quite impressive.

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  • fair_&_balance
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    Originally posted by expatobserver

    I have to stop now. Muzhe bhook lag rahu hain.
    Indians..still confused with j and z

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  • Rahul67
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    Originally posted by skhan
    India finds new heroes after every successful series against Pakistan. But once their 15 min are up, they disappear. This time around, maybe with Chappel, they will stick around.

    Our gosht khore bowlers were upstaged by veggie counterparts
    Not exactly, Pathan was find of last tour. Kapil Dev was find of Pakistan tour. So everybody doesn't fade, as well R.P Singh, SreeSanth doesn't look like fading. I can't say same thing about Raina, haven't seen him enough.
    As well I will still somehow reserve my comments of Dhoni... Yes he rocks, though he is rocking so much with such uncoventional way of playing that I am still confused....

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  • expatobserver
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    Agarkar's still being on the team is due to Sharad Pawar being the boss of BCCI, not due to any talent.

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  • expatobserver
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    Originally posted by Faisal
    Indian bowlers bowled with a lot of cricketing sense, and pitched the ball where it should be pitched. To be able to get wickets, you need more than just good sensible bowling, though:

    1. You need mistake from the batsmen (though arguably you can induce a mistake by constantly applying pressure and varying line n' length).
    2. You need good fielders to hold on to the catches (Indian team caught some real blinders in this series- fantastic fielding, as that put pressure on the batsmen).
    3. You need some luck.

    Its always premature to pass judgements on a bowler after 1 or 2 series. Lets give them all (put in Asif in the mix too) some time before putting them on a pedestal.
    Faisal bhai, you also need:
    . Mah ki daal
    . Rajma or is it razma currie
    . Dahi wada
    . Baigan ka bharata
    . Thalipeeth (if you are from Mumbai)

    I have to stop now. Muzhe bhook lag rahu hain.

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  • maihu_don
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    Originally posted by Some1
    ^Masala Dosa rules !!
    nahi yaar ..........
    'vada paav'

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  • Some1
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    ^Masala Dosa rules !!

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  • skhan
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    India finds new heroes after every successful series against Pakistan. But once their 15 min are up, they disappear. This time around, maybe with Chappel, they will stick around.

    Our gosht khore bowlers were upstaged by veggie counterparts
    Last edited by skhan; Feb 16, 2006, 09:33 PM.

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  • Decent 6Chora
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    Originally posted by The Curmudgeon
    aha! that explains it


    PS: so the Pak batsmen turned veggies too? comeon 30 overs is lot less that 50`
    batsmen main tu veggie & non-veggie ka koi chakkar hee nahi hota hai

    PS: dheet paney kee bhee hud hotee hai

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