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  1. Good one. Rejoicing from the last row & taking a confident backseat was what had struck me the most at the moment we lifted the cup.

  2. Reminds me of one thing you had said the other day, when we were talking of Gujarat, on how Narendra Modi does not call himself the chief minister but the CEO maybe that was what Dhoni was being – the CEO of the Indian cricket team

    • Sandhya Srinivasan |

      Aaah! That was Chandrababu Naidu & well in a time long gone by. But I get the point. It’s just about how you decide to interpret leadership. CEO sounds v purposive & action oriented definitely

  3. i have 7 letters for you…
    Loved it!
    This deserves applause. And a wider audience. I am sure TOI would consider publishing as would every self respecting sports mag in the country!

    Cheers!

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