No time for a detailed review of various things that transpired in 2006... but here is a quick compilation of links on various topics of interest.
Slide Show via IHT
Reuters' Review of 2006
Books & Literature:
NY Times Book Review's list of The 10 Best Books of 2006
2006 - The year in sports
Cricket - 2006 Calendar Year Statistics
Ian Chappell, Michael Holding and Tony Greig look back at 2006
Osman Samiuddin reviews the highs and lows of cricket in 2006
The best (and worst) films of the year - CNN
A. O. Scott of NY Times picks the Best & the Worst Movie Minutes of 2006
NY Times 25 Most E-Mailed Travel Articles of 2006
2006 comes to a nice warm end here in Boston, with record-breaking temperatures in December, which is fine by me though obviously many people who grew up with the idea of a white Christmas were not that happy. The year ended in joy, in happiness, with long-awaited goals reached, with big promotions, or with a touch or whallop of good-luck for some people... and not so well for others.
And before I go, lets remember those who have left us in 2006...
But here's hoping to a great year ahead for everyone for 2007...
HAPPY NEW YEAR and Good tidings to all the readers of this blog (if any!) for 2007!
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