Isn't it hypocrisy on our part that although we want him to be honoured with the 'Bharat Ratna', we don't want him to be in the Rajya Sabha. Are we not suggesting that the Jewels of India belong outside the Parliament?
After those anxious moments when he was in his nineties, I celebrated along with every member of my team once he got there. We are proud of the feat, after all nobody has ever scored a century of century, but are we as proud of how he got it?
An avid fan for whom cricket is lot more than a passion and little less than a religion. Making cricket a part of the profession was a deliberate career move to live and love the game, and get paid for it too.
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