The Amazing Nadal And Overhype Of AI/ML

Yesterday was a very fulfilling Sunday after a long long time! I spent good 3-4 hours in the morning at the chess club. There a friend also shared a photo from early 90's which reminded us of our chess times. You can barely see me because I was too engrossed! In the afternoon I watched... Continue Reading →

Olympics, Continuous Improvement And Limits Of Human Achievements

Currently Tokyo Olympics 2021 is underway. It was supposed to happen in 2020, but because of COVID-19 pandemic it got delayed and is happening now. Even now the scare of COVID is very much there. However, the games have started and will continue to take place even if there are few odd COVID cases. This... Continue Reading →

The Commonwealth of Cricket

I came across this amazing discussion as part of Manthan's web talks on topic called "The Commonwealth of Cricket". It's a talk between Naseeruddin Shah and Ramchandra Guha. Ram, a well known historian and Cricket lover has written extensively about Cricket and has also been a regulator (BCCI head) briefly. In this talk he shares... Continue Reading →

Vishwanathan Anand Turns 50!

Today is Vishwanathan Anand's 50th birthday! The best ever chess player from India and one of the world's All Time Best Chess players was born in Chennai (erstwhile Madras) on 11th December 1969. He became India's first Chess Grand Master in 1987 and since then he continues to be India's highest rated player! He is... Continue Reading →

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