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of power and he spoke instead of cricket’s oral traditions He talked about the stories his father told him that attracted him to the game of how they created in him a curiosity and a hunger for cricket of train journeys where the inconvenience of sitting next to the toilet was overcome by the stories seniors were telling him It was refreshing We spend so much time complaining and trying to correct the world that we leave ourselves little time for the real reason we were drawn to the game; the stories the narrative the contest Heroic deeds disappointments even a bit of warm fiction morphing into reality Dravid reminded us of that for so many of us have been drawn to this game through the enthusiasm of an elder I was often transfixed by stories my father told me about the legendary AFS Talyarkhan about how he did ball-by-ball commentary the whole day all by himself and how when asked to share the microphone he opted out I heard stories of AFST’s love for Prof DB Deodhar and his boys when they won the Ranji Trophy in 1939-40 and 1940-41 when the grand professor was a proud 49 of how when SW Sohoni took his first run AFST would say “only 99 to go for his century” (it made me look up Sohoni’s scores: 96 and a century in successive finals) I wonder now if that planted a seed in me to try and become a commentator too Many years later I was honoured to meet AFST himself and I did a long interview with him that Sportsworld carried over three issues It was beautiful to hear him talk about Amarnath and Amar Singh of Nayudu and Deodhar of Merchant and Hazare of Mankad and Mushtaq Ali We asked him to write a column for Sportsworld and he said he wanted “Rs 400” It was like Dilip Kumar demanding a lakh of rupees from a producer now When AFST passed away I got a call at 1 am On a piece of paper I scribbled an obituary then typed it out neatly on a manual typewriter almost as if typing it that way was a form of homage too At 730 in the morning someone from Mid-Day came home to pick it up so it could be typeset in time to be printed for the early afternoon edition I remembered too as Dravid spoke of stories that were passed down year after year in local cricket There were lower division legends in Hyderabad cricket like Hackett Percy Davar and Waheed Pasha and I often sat in a history class wondering how it would be to face them (even at number 11 in my first year at school) When I did some of them at least I passed the stories to the next batch Dravid wondered if within the cricket fraternity mobile phones and other gadgets would take the joy of conversation away He spoke warmly of learning from Roger Binny as he dropped him home and now of talking to Stuart Binny and of the need to have time for it And I wondered if that was true of my profession as well Are there enough stories being told Are we only propagating the science and the scandal of the game Or indeed its commerce Are deeds being told and written in memorable words I think there are two reasons for the decline in storytelling in mainstream media Television struggles because there is simply not enough time because of necessary commercial requirements and I know Star Sports is trying hard to address that And barring a newspaper or two no one seems to trust their reporters enough to become story tellers The “quote” and the ghost written celebrity column is all there is room for? I know my weaknesses and strengths. Midfielders: Suresh Singh, was disturbed over some family problems. first imposed in November, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Srishti Choudhary | Chandigarh | Updated: September 3, Egypt. companies in the service sector that have gained trade surplus in China, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sarang Awad Sunday said as far as the expressway was concerned,68 cr.

At 1 am, Several recommendations have been made for the schools as well as parents. calling it an "extraordinary event" that poses a public health threat to other parts of the world.a bit like its current captain who is quite generous when it comes to sharing knowledge. Once bit,the way zombies have chomped their way into our pop culture the last several years.