Andar Bahar is a simple 50/50 card game of probabilities that has enjoyed considerable popularity in the nation for some time. Having originated down South, around Bangalore, it took the nation by storm soon enough. The game modalities are extremely simple, which permits it to be played notwithstanding prevailing circumstances, which allows casinos based on Andar Bahar to flourish without any elaborate investment or functional mechanism whatsoever, allowing instances such as a locomotive in motion becoming a makeshift casino to permit a game being played. It is this ease of carryover that makes the game so popular in India where setting up of swank and impressive casino spaces may not always be a possibility.
Friday's delayed start to the second Test between India and New Zealand brought back memories of the 2004 Test against Australia for Sachin Tendulkar who had battled excruciating elbow pain to score a fighting 55 in a match India went on to win by just 13 runs.
It came as a surprise when India's premier leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was not included in India's team for T20 World Cup in UAE and preference given to the inexperienced Rahul Chahar.
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