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A big miss
In 'So Who Said Test Cricket Wasn't A Team Game' (Jan 1, 2011), the authors have missed out India's famous 171-run win against Australia at the Eden Gardens. This grand victory should have been mentioned in the list because India won after being made to follow-on by the Aussies, a rare feat in the annals of Test cricket. At the very least, the authors should have mentioned why this Test win is not included in this list so the readers know that the authors considered it but didn't deem it appropriate for inclusion.
Kayomarz Patel, via email
A hearty meal!
TOI-Crest has taken a leading role by publishing exhaustive coverage of the story of the food, cuisines, and recipes in a special issue (January 1). Your reporters spanned across the country to cover all aspects of the food phenomenon. It was a delight to read about regional cuisines and little-known specialities. Perhaps TOI-Crest is the only newspaper that has taken the pains to highlight the food scene in India and the world in such detail. Keep up the good work!
H P Murali, via email
Stuffed with food
Usually TOI-Crest used to give us 'food for thought', which lasted throughout the week. However, last week's edition (January 01) lasted hardly for a few hours. There's just that much that one can read about spices, spatulas, and spaghetti. It's a pity that so many other deserving stories must have been put on hold to make space for this gargantuan cover. I have come to the conclusion that this epicurean epic was meant for only those who 'live to eat' whereas the truth remains that 'we eat only to survive'.
P M Gopalan, via email
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