Bangalore: It was a trip down memory lane as three pillars of Indian cricket met at an awards function in Bangalore. Anil Kumble, VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid came together to honour Karnataka Sportsmen on Wednesday and as expected there was a sense of nostalgia.
Dravid looked back at how times have changed since the days he played school cricket.
"It's always been very hard for me to get recognition from sports writers. Right from the time I was very small. When you play school cricket you are the journalist yourself - and the rule in our school was whoever scored the most runs, if we won the match went to half the newspapers. So you took your cycle as the designated journalist for the day - and you went to half the newspapers and the guy who got the most wickets got the other half. So we shared the load," said Dravid.