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Tuesday, November 01, 2005

A cricketing tragedy

Life, apparently, played one of its more heartless games with Mohali curator Daljit Singh -- whose wife died as India was completing the formalities in the second ODI. My prayers, for the family.


  • The tragedy was mentioned in the cricket broadcast by one of the commentators. Very sad.

    By Blogger hjrsingh, at 10:53  

  • My prayers are with his family. May her soul rest in peace.
    The only good thing Ravi did that day was to mention about this. He was saying something like, on Dhoni, "theres a lot of commitment there in his batting, speaking about commitment, " he mentioned that part.

    By Blogger HolySmoke, at 10:56  

  • Prayers to his family.

    By Blogger Rajg, at 11:07  

  • Yes this is called tragedy and that is why Benaud insist not to use such words for any cricketing results.

    By Blogger CrickTip, at 11:28  

  • So sad.

    By Blogger ramshorns, at 16:07  

  • very sad, condolences. May she rest in peace. I found this quote moving: "She used to tell me, ‘when I die, don’t do any tamasha. Just feed the animals.’"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 19:47  

  • The commitments shown by Daljit singh is really commendable and still commendable is the sacrifices made by his better-half in helping him fulfil his commitments.

    By Blogger Krish, at 20:45  

  • Thousands of strangers die everyday. Why're you all so upset/concerned about this one?

    By Blogger Pratik, at 05:01  

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