• GHAI
    Feb 27, 2019 07:30 PM

    It is question of Nation's sentiments .Enough is enough of a rogue Nation .

  • ocorner smith
    Feb 27, 2019 06:46 PM

    Cricket is a game, and higher authorities are their to decide whether both nations should play against each other or not.
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  • DoctorMathew Kozhuppakalam
    Feb 25, 2019 06:21 PM

    Though cricket is not the official national sport of the nation, it has ben hijacked by its sheer 'market value' into something equivalent of 'the national sport' status. The ignominy of defeat may be a concern though the odds from inescapable print & other media headlines( being a forlorn "unfan" of the game now) tells India is way ahead as the favourite to lift the trophy,let alone an unthinkable loss to the traditional rival. The other precious loss may be the 'market value' if the unlikely loss happens. All these & the highly sentimental arguments for non participation at the Old Trafford on June 6 due to recent precious loss of lives of brave soldiers in a horrendous terrorist act with fingers pointing at culpability of our neighbours are very natural especially for a nation in mourning.
    But if one applies true principles of sports & honest spirit of competition, they all should finally overtake the lingering emotional trauma & other selfish reasons to propel the nation to allow the game of cricket enjoyed by many aficionados to adher to the principle of "forgive & forget" and show humility even if the national team were to make a very unlikely loss against the traditional opponents in cricket- perhaps liberating too the game's status from much shrouded "marketing" spirits and rejuvenatiing into more enlighted sporting spirits where win and loss both are treated with magnanimity!