Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Who's the daddy?

First things first - there's a correction. Gilly is not with the Knight Riders. I got that wrong. He's with the Deccan Chargers.

Now that the first weekend of the IPL is over, the Knight Riders seem to be the strongest team overall. They have fire power in copious amounts both in their batting as well as bowling line ups. The surprise to me came in the form of Deccan Chargers and Chennai Super Kings - they have pretty strong teams too. I was waiting to see the Mumbai Indians but I don't think they'll make the grade.

So...Go Kolkata Knight Riders!!

10 comments:

The knife said...

when's the last day?

Scarlett said...

it was today :)

The knife said...

in which case the unveling didn't happen...but best of luck in any case

Scarlett said...

i tried saying hi during one of our walks around the floor, but couldn't get your attention. and walking up to ur cabin to say hi just felt a bit weird. thanks for ur wishes. i'm going to IMRB Cal.

Scarlett said...

I'm Aishwarya btw.

The knife said...

hmmm...I did put the pieces together Aishwarya. You are going to a very good place. I had started there. Josh is a great person (I've referred to him in my Bngkok post in Faraway foods). I had gone to cal last year to roll out the new HR structure there. Hopefully you might enjoy the benefits....so are you off to get married or just be close to your beau...anyway keep up the blog, its really good

Scarlett said...

i'm not getting married anytime soon. wanted to be closer home (patna). the choice was between MB Mumbai/Delhi & IMRB Cal. met josh when i was in cal in march. spoke to a few people at IMRB cal about the kind of work that happens there, coz i didnt want to move to cal unless it was worth it. things made sense, so i decided to move. the fact that dipanjan & my sister are there made the decision easier :)

The knife said...

I am sure you'll have a great time there...though I personally feel that Bombay is a better place for those who are new, unattached...but with dipanjan, Ganguly and rolls you have enough connections at Cal

Scarlett said...

i've lived the single unattached bombay life for 5 yrs & had a complete BLAST!! but now, i want to be closer to my parents (i've been doing this get-to-see-parents-once-a-year thing for the past 10 yrs!), and i want to have a better quality of life in the money that i'm making (its not that i dont make a decent amount of money). one thing's for sure - i'll miss bombay sorely. i might end up coming back after a few yrs...who knows?

The knife said...

I've been out of home for ten yrs myself...and I agree that money doesn't stretch much at Bombay...I am sure your folks would be happy to have u home