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    very true that cricket is a single sport dominating many other sports in India. Cricket passion dominated our national sport hockey. There is no doubt that today cricket is diminishing other sports in our country. People think cricket, eat cricket, drink cricket, wear cricket every day in India. Every children in school taught that hockey is national game but cricket is known by birth in the nation. It’s very common sight that every street corner you can see children playing cricket in India, but

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    Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

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    Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar: the name itself strikes terror in the hearts of bowlers and captains all around the world. The Star of Indian Cricket, more like a GOD in India, he is the best player ever gifted to the game of Cricket and should be chosen as the sport personality of the year. He possesses all the strokes in the book and is probably the best cutter and straight driver of the ball today. His technique is impeccable, and he is professional at his approach. And He made

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    Cricket is known as one of renowned global game. Especially in South Asian Countries, it can be rated as the most popular game, even it is considered to be more famous than the game of football. Out of the 12 Test Cricketing Nations, 4 are situated in this zone, i.e. Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka & recently included Afghanistan. Apart from these four Countries, UAE perhaps has a unique status, where International Cricket matches are regularly played by Pakistan but this Country itself is not listed

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    India Playing too Much International Cricket When India won the Test at Mohali (India), there was much joy and celebration between the players and coaches. Winning a test series against one of the best teams of in the world, to the Indian cricketers there was no better feeling, no better morale booster. For a while, everyone sat around enjoying the moment of victory, but it was not long before practical thoughts entered the minds of players. The match ended in mid-afternoon on Day Four,

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    Growing up in a country, where cricket is passion, obviously meant that most of children in India grew up with icon figures of cricketers as role models be it Sunil Gavaskar, who broke the record of Sir Don Bradman of scoring maximum centuries in test cricket, or Kapil Dev under whose captaincy India won the first world cup way back in year 1983 beating fancied and favorites West Indies with the best pace attack of Malcolm Marshall, Michael Holding, Andy Roberts and Joel Garner, the best opening

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    HISTORY OF MATCH FIXING IN INDIA The start to the new millennium was not very auspicious for the Cricket world, as were engulfed in a series of match fixing scandals that has left the world socked and bewildered. The first trace of cheating in cricket was found in 1994-95, Shane Warne and Mark Waugh - two of the greatest names in the history of Australian cricket were guilty of supplying information about team selection, weather and pitch to an Indian bookmaker in 1994. They were let off easily

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    and the murder his son has committed. But, soon enough he comes to an understanding of this world in Johannesburg. He learns why there is so much crime and poverty. He then has hope the success of his daughter in-law and his nephew in Ndotsheni. He gains hope for the rebuilding of the tribe. Stephan Kumalo comes away from his journey changing spiritually and knowing that there is "comfort in a world of desolation"(94). He changes emotionally and becomes stronger. Also, he changes psychologically

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    The Naked Man of Steel by Angus Taylor

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    THE NAKED MAN OF STEEL In 2006, Angus Taylor, a South African sculptor, created a giant carbon steel statue of a naked black man (Froud, 2011). The artwork was named ‘Positive’ (Fig 1). The origin and meaning behind this name will be revealed further on in the essay. The statue caused varied reactions in three different locations, namely on the campus of the University of Potchefstroom, in front of a Strand apartment block and finally a farm in the middle of the Karoo. There were some harsh reactions

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    Truworths Case Study

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    Truworths Looking good is one of the priority that people always want to keep especially when it comes which retailer store you do your shopping. In this essay our work will be based on Truworths, as Truworths is one of the retail stores and leading fashion retailers. We will also look at how it incorporates with other well-known fashion stores. Profile One of the oldest retail stores in South Africa, Truworths is amongst the fashion store that is big in the industry of fashion. According to Truworths

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    Walk To New Freedom Essay

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    26 May 2014 Estee Strydom 12.1 CAT Task 4: Prepared Speech Mrs Corrans ___________________________________________________________________ The walk to new freedom Fellow citizens of our great nation, it is an honour to welcome you here today. We are on the brink of something truly extraordinary. We, the United Party are here with one objective in mind, the goal to restore our country to what it should be. Every one of you can help us to succeed. Our beloved Madiba once said: “My wish is that

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