• Is it better for children to grow up in cities or countryside?
    Is it better for children to grow up in country-side or in cities? Good Morning teachers and my dear friends! Today I am going voice out my opinions about my topic- Is it better for children to grow up in country-side or in cities. Nowadays, parents are very caring for their children, aren’t they...
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  • Dravid Speech
    else, I must say that I find myself humbled by the venue we find ourselves in. Even though there is neither a pitch in sight, nor stumps or bat and balls, as a cricketer, I feel I stand on very sacred ground tonight. When I was told that I would be speaking at the National War Memorial, I thought...
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  • Rahul Speech
    Dravid) Yet, but first before all else, I must say that I find myself humbled by the venue we find ourselves in. Even though there is neither a pitch in sight, nor stumps or bat and balls, as a cricketer, I feel I stand on very sacred ground tonight. When I was told that I would be speaking at...
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  • Brand Ipl
    saying either is good, it's not for me to comment but for the player to weigh his options. Going forward, clubs will set up funds to care for those who played for them, very much like a company's pension plan. So, if the BCCI wants a cricketer to place country ahead of club, then the BCCI must do...
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  • Personal Management
    messages. He himself has mentioned this on various platforms, "When I became the cricket captain, I couldn’t speak to the team directly I was so shy. I had to tell the manager, I said listen can you talk to them, this is what I want to convey to the team. I mean early team meetings I use to be so shy and...
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  • Brand Ambassador
    The employee brand ambassador is when there is a positive workplace and employees are motivated to create awareness.  This has become easier to do in the last few years with the rise of social media and employee blogs. Employee blogging can significantly impact the visibility of the company.  We...
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  • Management
    dream is to become the cricketer and wants to play India. Cricket is his religion and he aspires to join the Indian cricket team some day. He (Shreyas Talpade)grows up to eat, sleep and live cricket. Like most youngster, he detests work or sharing the responsibilities of earning bread and butter for his...
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  • Sachin Tendulkar-the Little Grandmaster of Cricket
    years of working with him. To me, the opportunity was a privilege. So I thought I’d share some of my reflection here. As mentioned, being an outstanding cricketer is a part, but not all, of the man. When I addressed the Indian cricket team for the first time (in 2008), I started by explaining that...
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  • Inpact on T20 Cricket on International Cricket Worldwide.
    (2009) and Atherton (2009) both believe that cricket has a unique selling point. The three different formats as mentioned above were all introduced to target a specific audience thus allowing the game to grow. This is especially relevant for this study when discussing the ways in which marketing has...
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  • Hockey vs Cricket in India
    cricketers advertise in TV’s as ambassadors of various brands, Hockey players are not even involved in advertisements. Also Indians who immigrate to different countries still support the Indian Cricket Team when they come to their countries. On the other hand, Hockey matches hardly have any...
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  • Challanges of Coca Cola
    grown-up, but he sips on Pepsi, turns into a hip youngster and drives off with a bunch of young girls, as they all shout, “Yeh dil maange more!”. In the last frame of the TVC, even Amrish Puri refuses to ‘grow up!’, wearing a T-shirt with the message, “18 till I die!” . It was meant to suggest that...
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  • Change in the format of Cricket
    the IPL series, the rage has just gone up a notch. However, there are so many cricket fans out there who don’t even know the origin of the game, as to how it came into existence. Keeping in mind all such people, I have provided some interesting background information on cricket...
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  • Blue Band Ad Analysis
    development. The ads demonstrate how the product helps children grow and develop one demonstrating physical growth and the other, personality growth. It uses an emotion trigger of seeing your child in what they want to be when they grow up. Scale on the left side shown the daily growth while the jump...
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  • Spot Fixing in Cricket Match
    when they are doing these sorts of stuffs. Why some players do that eventually is still a mystery to them. To understand this complex motivation we can look up to the sayings of the former South African captain and late Hansie Cronje who has a life time ban punishment for match fixing. Cronje said...
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  • Anything
    hold the nationhood flag high and has explained through actions his preference for holding One India image on a very high pedestal. And sachin is the modern era Arjun re-incarnation. He knows only cricket and when he plays with authority world stand up to watch.. He enjoys cricket. He breathes cricket...
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  • Current Issues
    departments. The approached paper for the 12th Plan, approved last year, talked about an annual average growth rate of 9 per cent. “When I say feasible...that will require major effort. If you don’t do that, there is no God given right to grow at 8 per cent. I think given that the world economy deteriorated...
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  • Present Situation of Bangladesh in Cricket.
    Introduction: Once upon a time it was supposed that cricket will be only game for rich, sluggish and lazy people. But now-a-days it becomes very popular and interesting game for us. Over 120 countries playing cricket and many people want to be cricket player. In this day and age women are also...
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  • Strategy Reebok India
    roping in top sportspersons to push its brand. Reebok has tied-up with cricketers like Rahul Dravid, Mohamed Kaif, Yuvraj Singh, Irfan Pathan, Dhoni and Harbhajan Singh. In tennis, it sponsors the Davis Cup and backs Prakash Amritraj. In the up coming field of motor racing it is sponsoring the fastest...
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  • Theres Something About Sachin
    Theres Something About Sachin The Tendulkar saga is about genius,dedication and an unquenchable love of the game Ayaz Memon When Miranda sees Fernando for the first time in Shakespeares Tempest,she is drawn to say: I might call him a thing divine;for nothing natural i ever saw so...
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  • IPL Ruining Cricket Stars
    impossible. “Perhaps the problem is that Indians expect too much from their cricketer” (Bose 240). Indians fans are just waiting for the opportunity to show their anger towards their team when India loses. “For the large numbers of urban middle class Indians who embraced the game, it was a case of...
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