The playoffs race of the Indian premier league

Ram Adityan Kamalakkannan
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Nov 02, 2020
I wrote an introductory article on the Indian premier league (IPL) previously in TechNews issue 3 of this semester. The league was in its initial stage then. Now, after 52 matches being played already, the league is moving into the knockout stage which is called the Playoffs.
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2020 - Fall - Issue 8
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Has the craze about Indian premier league started again?

Ram Adityan Kamalakkannan
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Sep 28, 2020
People in the western part of the world might not know about the reach and fame of the Indian premier league (IPL) that takes place in India. It is one of the domestic T20 cricket leagues around the world. Being the most cash-rich cricket league of all, it is conducted during the summer of every year since its advent in the year 2008.
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2020 - Fall - Issue 4
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Revisiting - Barcelona vs PSG UEFA Champions League 16/17

Kevin Barrera
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Apr 13, 2020
As the whistle blew for full time in Paris on Valentine’s Day 2017, Barcelona left the stadium with their heads hung low in shame. Barcelona, led by the trio of Neymar, Luis Suarez, and Lionel Messi were completely shut out by the French side, as they were defeated 4-0, an unimaginable margin for a team of Barcelona’s caliber. Though it was only the first leg of the two match tie, it seemed to be over for Barcelona. The last time a team had overcame a 4 goal deficit was back in the 1985/86 edition of the tournament, when Real Madrid beat Borussia Monchengladbach 4-0 after the first leg ended 5-1 to Gladbach. Still, Barcelona and their supporters believed that they could do it. It was a small possibility, but a possibility nonetheless.
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2020 - Spring - Issue 9
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Want a body like Cristiano Ronaldo?

Manish Tandel
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Mar 09, 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo, commonly known as CR7, is one of the best players in the world of soccer. Often regarded as the “King of Football”, he has an impressive physique that has been achieved by immense discipline and hard work. The 35-year old Portuguese was not born with these traits as he has transformed from being a skinny teenager to one of the fittest men in the soccer world (or rather simply the world). Spanish newspaper Diario AS revealed that his Juventus (the football club he currently plays for) medical declared “he has the physical capacity of a 20-year old at 35 years of age”. Portuguese people are known for their love of food, and CR7 is no exception. His favorite dish is called “Bacalhau à Brás” that includes layers of salted cod, onions, thinly sliced fried potatoes, black olives, and parsley on a pile of scrambled eggs. As I said, they know how to eat in Portugal. Nevertheless, he takes a hardline when it comes to a balance between his diet, workout plan, and recovery.
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2020 - Spring - Issue 7
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