Nimish Dubey

Nimish is a freelance writer based in New Delhi. He writes about technology, books, sports and everything else

Articles By Nimish Dubey

Read Only Mode: The Five Best Tech Books of 2018

The best tech books of 2018 by Emily Chang, Scott Galloway, Adam Fisher, Ken Kocienda and Gary Vaynerchuk.

On This Day: When Sunny became Sehwag against West Indies in Delhi

Known for patient attrition and spending hours at the crease, Sunil Gavaskar turned a phase in Delhi by scoring 121 runs from 94 balls.

Would Steve Jobs have liked Apple today?

As the world marks seven years since the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, the debate about whether he would have liked what Apple is doing today is reignited

Elon Musk is NOT Steve Jobs…live with it!

Jobs was no angel, but ironically what many considered to be his Achilles Heel - a penchant for showmanship - was actually his biggest strength.

Happy Birthday, Boss: 20 facts you might not know about Bruce Springsteen

Once considered the spiritual successor of Bob Dylan because he too wrote of the travails of the working person, Bruce Springsteen is now a legend in his own right, and is considered perhaps the greatest live performer of them all.

Happy Batman Day: 10 stories every Batman fan should read

Happy Batman Day: If you are looking to add a little bit of Batman to your lives on the day devoted to him, we would suggest grabbing one of these ten masterpieces of storytelling.

Vive La France and More: Ten things the 2018 FIFA World Cup taught us

Contrary to what many had feared (hoped, in some cases), Russia 2018 was definitely a success, with upsets and surprises aplenty.

Die Mannschaft Effect: Seven amazing World Cup comebacks by Germany

If you thought Toni Kroos’ effort against Sweden was special, just cast an eye on these seven performances which are the stuff of which German footballing legend is made.

A ‘Messi’ Business: Ten Legends (and one) who missed penalty kicks in the World Cup

A look at ten other players, apart from Lionel Messi, who were stars in their own right but came undone at the penalty spot in the World Cup.

When World Cup kits went crazy: Seven strange World Cup uniforms

As World Cup in Russia gets underway, it is worth casting a glance back at seven team uniforms that caught the eye but for the wrong reasons.

The Greatest Football Ad XI; Eleven classic advertisements featuring the beautiful game

The FIFA World Cup 2018 will start from June 14 with host Russia taking on Saudi Arabia as the first. The tournament will see 32 nations from across the world taking on each other. There will be 64 matches in total.

Gooooal! The craziest World Cup goal celebrations

We take a look at ten goal celebrations that really caught spectators’ eyes in the World Cup… and one that almost ended in a disaster.

Champions in all but name: Seven star-studded teams that failed at the FIFA World Cup

Being a World Cup favourite is one thing. Being the best in the tournament is another. And being the ultimate winner yet another.

FIFA World Cup 2018: Legends to have not set the stage alight at the World Cup

There have been multiple players across the history of football who have dazzled at club level but, unfortunately, haven't been able to play at the World Cup.

Not just Loris Karius: Seven goalkeepers who also goofed on the big stage

Loris Karius' double blunders were not the only goalkeeping mistakes the footballing world has seen on the big stage.

Not just AB de Villiers: 10 surprisingly early retirements in sport

At 34, AB de Villiers was not exactly a spring chicken, but then he was in a sport where people tend to leave when they are closer to forty than thirty five.

Arsene Wenger’s quote-tails: 15 Wenger Quotes on Life, Management, the Universe and everything in between

Arsene Wenger may have been one of the most succesfull long serving managers of all time but his quotes reveal a person who has a deep understanding of human nature.

Why I won’t be seeing Avengers Infinity War

Superheroes? I love them. But I would rather have a book to read about them than a film to watch. For in a book, Iron Man is Tony Stark, and not Robert Downey Jr; Batman is Bruce Wayne, and not Christian Bale; Thor is the son of Odin and the God of Thunder, and not Chris Hemsworth.

Arsene Wenger at Arsenal: 21 years, 21 things you might not know

Arsene Wenger is the only manager to have gone through an EPL campaign without a single defeat.

Facebook’s data leaks fiasco reveals benefits of Apple’s walled garden

Facebook Cambridge Analytica data row: The importance of privacy in a world moving to the cloud is growing and perhaps Apple's approach on the subject has been one of the best.

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