Month: April 2016

Analyzing India’s WT20 Loss — Lessons to learn for a CAT re-take

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CAT / CAT Strat / Motivation

Exceptionally good at cricket analysis — this is the phrase that can go into most Indian resumes (football fans though burgeoning are still a minority) and so it is not a surprise that in the aftermath of India’s loss in the WT20 semi-final to the Windies, we have seen a wide range of explanations being offered for the same, the most commonplace ones being the two no-balls and the dew factor. While it is not important […]