It’s yesterday, once more …. Not a Carpenters special Another incident of terrorist attack Another incident of loss of life Another incident of tears from loved ones It’s yesterday, once more … It’s yesterday, once more … Not a Carpenters special We ‘spend’ billions in scams and corruption We ‘spend’ several hours in passing the buck We ‘spend’ efforts to take political mileage It’s yesterday, once more … It’s yesterday, once more … Not a Carpenters special Value of life is so ‘cheap’ Our expression of helplessness is so ‘cheap’ Our excuses are so ‘cheap’ It’s yesterday, once more … … Continue reading It’s yesterday, once more ..
In the cricketing world, a controversy has been again created by Nasser Hussain by describing some of the Indian fielders as donkeys on the field. I am not sure whether he really meant the same – most probably not. But what I liked was how the Indian cricket team reacted – basically, they did not react at all. I think that is an example of maturity, unlike what we are normally used to see from countries like Australia or England. But let’s do a role reversal, even if it is hypothetical. If Ravi Shastri or any other Indian described the … Continue reading The donkeys and the monkeys