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The musings of a roving reporter : Chennai Photo Blog


Ganeshbabu Venkat | 10:30pm gmt 15 Apr 2011
Here is my first amateur attempt at a photo blog of the world cup games in Chennai that I covered during March 2011. More episodes to follow with Ahmedabad, Colombo and Mohali.



I wanted to share how the media in India generally functions and here is Yuvraj singh's response to the media when asked about the Indian team's practice or the lack there of. The Indian media has a false sense of misguided entitlement and the audio snippet from Ahmedabad episode will be very interesting with that regard.



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That\'s really thinking out of the box. Tahnks!

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