Indiatimes interview with Ritwik

World number 41 Ritwik Bhattacharya on Tuesday denied he would be looking for revenge when he comes up against Sourav Ghosal in the 54th national squash championships beginning on Wednesday.
“No, not at all. Sourav is a high calibre player now, not a kid anymore. I have been on the international circuit for five years now. Hopefully my experience will stand me in good stead,” Bhattacharya said on the eve of the championships. And there is also Siddarth Suchde, who is also a very good player. So it is not going to be all about us,” added the defending champion. Read more of this post


Individual Nationals 2006 Draw

Click here for the Individual Nationals 2006 Draw ,Delhi Gymkhana, New Delhi

Apro Freddie

Freddie Mercury“Bohemian Rhapsody” and “We Are the Champions” have each been claimed, in separate polls, as the world’s favourite song. Queen’s performance at Live Aid was voted the best ever
An Ericsson poll of 600,000 people in 66 different countries found “We Are the Champions” to be the world’s most popular tune.
Poll by Guinness World, found “Bohemian Rhapsody” to be the world’s most popular song 
Feeddie Mercury No 1 on Digitaldreamdoor list of the 100 greatest rock vocalists , Highest ranked hard rock vocalist by BBC Radio’s Greatest English language singers poll,  at tenth spot overall, Second in MTV’s 22 greatest singers , No. 58 spot in the 2002 BBC List of “100 Greatest Britons” voted for by the public.