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Gulu Ezekiel
Gulu is a popular sports writer well known for his biographies of Sachin Tendulkar and Saurav Ganguly. In his career spanning 25 years, Gulu wrote for Indian Express, Pioneer, Outlook and was the sports editor of NDTV, Asian Age, and Indya.com. His columns appear on Wisden, MSN and numerous other publications and websites. Gulu lives and works in Delhi.
Venu Palaparthi
Venu is a jack of all trades - a confessed dilettante when it comes to cricket, he only writes occasionally for this website and hopes that it doesn't damage dreamcricket's chances of success.

A proud BITS Pilani alumnus, he is the co-founder of BITSAA International, the USA based non-profit organization created with a dose of passion mixed with community spirit. The same ingredients went in when he co-founded dreamcricket.

Venu lives in New Jersey with his wife and a two year old son who thinks that if he can grow just two feet taller, he could become Gavaskar. Venu earns his bread in the world of financial marketplaces.

NT Shiv Kumar
Shiv fancies himself to be an icon for the Dreamcricket theme - he lives, breathes and sleeps cricket - while awake, he makes a living in the offshore outsourcing industry and is now cutting his teeth as an entrepreneur. He strongly believes Indian cricket missed out on him despite a string of impressive scores that were just 90 odd runs short of well deserved hundreds in Chennai leagues.

Shiv lives in Stamford, CT with his wife and two kids who read CricInfo more than their school books!

Vijay Jeedigunta
Vijay Jeedigunta is just crazy about facts and figures of the greatest game ever played.   His blog, articles, and opinions are nearly always related to Test Cricket and Test Cricket only.

"Though I am not averse to One Day Internationals, in fact I enjoy watching them more than the longer version of the game, I always liked Test Cricket," says Vijay. An avid follower of the game for the last 20 years, Vijay's involvement has been more than at the arm-chair level.  He was All India Radio's Official Statistician for Reliance Cup and also worked with AIR for some Tests played in Hyderabad, India.  In addition, he was a frequent contributor to Deccan Chronicle in their weekly sports page in late 80s and early 90s.

Vijay has updated his notes and spreadsheets with all the facts and figures of game, especially those of Test cricket throughout the last three decades.   "There is no other game in the history of sport which can feed the appetite of numbers and trivial facts loving statistician than Test Cricket.  I hope you enjoy my column and keep coming back to the site day after day to find out some interesting information from the history of Test Cricket.   Vijay lives in Bridgewater, NJ with his wife and two kids.

Patab Ramchand
Partab has been a sports journalist for 38 years with wide experience in all modes of the profession - print, electronic (both TV and radio) and the internet.

After working with Indian Express, Sportsworld, and Telegraph until 1994, Partab became a Indian Express' Deputy News Editor (sports) and Head of the sports department in Madras in September of that year.

For a brief while in 1999, Partab was the editor-in-chief of Clickcricket.com, a website on cricket before joining CricInfo as Senior Editor in charge of news coverage and news operations in August 1999. In 2003, he became a contributing editor for the site. Recently, Partab has turned a freelance writer writing for newspapers, magazines and websites.

Partab is the author of ten books on cricket.
  1. India in Test cricket - a statistical record published in 1972.
  2. Great Moments in Indian Cricket published in 1976.
  3. Great Indian Cricketers published in 1979.
  4. Great Feats of Indian Cricket, published in 1984.
  5. Indian Cricket: the captains: Nayudu to Tendulkar, published in 1999.
  6. India's captains - from Nayudu to Ganguly - a revised and updated edition published in October 2004.
  7. The Gentle Executioners: the story of Indian spin bowlers, published in December 2004.
  8. Underdogs to Challengers, the story of Kerala cricket, published in April 2005.
  9. Great Indian Batsmen published in December 2005.
  10. Great Players, Great Events, a cricket diary published in April 2006.

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