This is the day when fortunes of cricketers change in a jiffy, this is the day when unknown names hog the limelight, this is the day when big stars of the game pocket giant contract and etch their names in record books. Yes it's the Indian Premier League ... DNA, 5 days ago
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Bollywood has made quite a few movies on courtroom dramas and while we always remember the lawyers -- since our heroes usually play them -- we rarely know the judge in the film. In fact, we've probably seen the judges playing the role that they get typecast in a multiple times but we still may not know their names. Saurabh Shukla changed it a bit when he was recognised for his work in Jolly LLB and even got a National Award for it. He's one of the best things in the film's sequel as well.Rediff.com, 1 week ago
1. ‘It is the players that make you the captain that you become’ IMAGE: The win against Bangladesh took India's unbeaten streak to 19 Tests. Photograph: BCCI A believer of the old adage that a captain is only as good as his team, Indian skipper Virat Kohli, on Monday, lauded his bowlers for their lion-hearted effort on a flat track against a spirited Bangladesh side. Scorecard Ashwin, Jadeja shine as India crush Bangladesh India defeated Bangladesh by 208 runs in the ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
On Monday, 6 February, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) decided to rename Dalhousie Road in central Delhi to Dara Shikoh Road, after Mughal emperor Aurangzeb's elder brother and 17th century scholar. The proposal came from New Delhi MP Meenakshi Lekhi ...catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago
Hardik Pandya and a fit-again Jayant Yadav will be aiming to impress the Indian team management during India A's two-day warm-up game against Bangladesh, starting on Sunday. While Hardik, after recovering from shoulder bruise sustained before of the Mohali ...DNA, 3 weeks ago Focus on Jayant, Pandya in warm-up tie vs Bangladesh Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Hardik, Jayant all set to put best foot forward in warm-up tie Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago India vs Bangladesh: Hardik, Jayant to put best foot forward in warm-up tie catchnews.com, 3 weeks ago
‘High skill level, analytical mind and thorough knowledge about his own body that has helped him sustain for so long’ ‘Ashish never abused his body, checked his diet, did hard yards with conviction and has got the results’ IMAGE: India's Ashish Nehra during a press conference. Photograph: PTI Photos There are bowlers who know what needs to be done in a particular match situation and there is Ashish Nehra, who has skill-sets to execute exactly what he is thinking.Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Using a sledgehammer to fix some ills can cut down a game at its peak, warns Shekhar Gupta. As I left home reluctantly for the airport, I may have, in a nutty moment not unusual for sport-lovers, been wishing my Bengaluru flight, already delayed by two hours, was held up further. And no, I wasn't thinking about cricket, or the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee's surgical strike on the BCCI brass. I was thinking wrestling, and not the film Dangal, but the real thing. I had just ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
English batting star Kevin Pietersen, Indian all-rounder Pawan Negi and South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn were among the big names to be released by their respective franchises for the next season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). According to the IPL ...Sify, 2 months ago
Giving up cricket isn't easy for a cricketer especially when you are a legendary cricketer's son.But giving up the dream of being an actor would have been even more difficult for Angad Bedi.The young actor in a free-wheeling conversation with Rediff.com's Jahnavi Patel. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Angad Bedi/Instagram Before I can ring the doorbell to Angad Bedi's apartment, he opens the door, saying, "I heard you climb up." The cozy apartment, decorated in shades of light blue and white, is a ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
IMAGE: England captain Alastair Cook speaks to his teammates during a practice session at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday. Photograph: Shahsank Parade/PTI Down 0-2 in the five-Test series against India, England captain Alastair Cook feels his team needs to go back to the first match at Rajkot and pick a few pointers from that match. That Rajkot Test ended in a draw and having lost the second and third Tests at Visakhapatnam and Mohali respectively, England need to win the fourth ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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