Tag: SIC

When England beat Mccullum at his own game………

When New Zealand put their foot on the England shores there was hardly any talk of them. The old love triangle KP-Strauss-Cook with Tom Harrison playing a supporting role hogged the limelight. Even the press conference before the Test Match was full of KP, KP and only KP. England...

Battle Royale on Cards at Rolland Garros

Whenever there is talk about French Open, Rafael Nadal has to be at the forefront of it. Normally the talks are quite bullish about him but this year doubts have crept into Nadal’s game with untimely and crushing losses to Wawrinka, Murray and Djokovic. Rafael Nadal currently must be...

Fifty shades of fair: why colour gets under our skin

Featured Image for the article: Image courtesy of www.mnn.com Author: Chetan Bhagat Reference: http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toi-editorials/fifty-shades-of-fair-why-colour-gets-under-our-skin/ Date:5th April 2015 This article by Chetan Bhagat is written against the backdrop of remarks made by BJP minister Giriraj Singh about “white-skinned” Sonia Gandhi. Most people have a liking for a fair skin and...

Heart-broken New-Zealand had the time of their lives!!

They say that fairy-tale endings are fictitious. Nonsense would say Clarke as on a dazzling night in the biggest ground in World Cricket, 93,013 people watched Australia stroll past New Zealand to win their penta, their fifth World Cup . First over set the tone for me when Starc...

SEMI-FINAL AGONY FOR DHONI’S YOUTH BRIGADE!!

Thursday was a day to forget both for me as well as Team India. It was a cruel day for me as I had to literally seat under duress for two and a half hours (Mind you not exam stress but anxiety of the big SEMI-FINAL between India and...

CUP THAT COUNTS (PART 2)!!!

Before I start of this article one relevant question to all cricket enthusiasts. Is Ab De Villiers from “Planet Earth”? ICC would certainly need to redefine the cricket manual or there should be a disclaimer put up: “Please don’t try this at home.” West Indies would be sick of...

CUP THAT COUNTS!!

The first week of cricket carnival was pretty straight-forward and there was a plethora of one-sided matches barring a couple of results. The victory of Team India over Pakistan was sweeter but the thumping of South-Africa who according to many have the best batting line-up of the tournament was...

Mission ‘Million Souls’

Written by Neha Randive, Edited by Naaz Abdul Khadar ‘The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service of others’. We, as a part of student social responsibility committee of SCIT conducted a survey for the project ‘MILLION SOULS’ in Palghar District of Maharashtra from 15th...

Hughes ‘bounced’ out but forever 63 NOT OUT!!!

I was really looking forward to the Gabba test at the time scheduled to start from 4th December and I must confess I was driven by the sheer possibility of how our young brigade would combat the grenades thrown by Mitch Johnson. But then came the ‘news of tragedy’ (Spare...

Navratri Celebrations 2014

Symbiosis– The name itself suggests a blend, an amalgamation that bears witness to the diverse culture of students from all around the Indian subcontinent. All round the year all these students spend their time in various diversified activities ranging from academics to extra-curricular ones. However, it is the festive...