Have always dreamt of playing under Virat Kohli: Suryakumar Yadav
Batsman Suryakumar Yadav has revealed that he started crying after seeing his name in the T20 squad for the upcoming five-match series against England and the right-handed batter also said that he has always dreamt of playing under Virat Kohli. Last week, Suryakumar Yadav earned his maiden call-up into the Indian squad along with the likes of Ishan Kishan and Rahul Tewatia.
Cricket a very small thing, life of our soldiers more important: Gambhir
Former India opener and BJP MP Gautam Gambhir on Friday said that there should not be any relation with Pakistan till cross-border terrorism gets over. "Cricket is a very small thing. Till the time cross-border terrorism does not get over, I don't think there should be any kind of relationship with Pakistan because the life of our soldiers is more important than anything," Gambhir said.
MHA extends Covid-19 guidelines for surveillance, containment, caution till March 31
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Friday issued an order to extend the existing Covid-19 guidelines for surveillance, containment, and caution to remain in force up to March 31. According to a press release, the ministry has asked the states to speed up the Covid-19 vaccination drive.
Babil Khan opens up on being called a girl
Irrfan Khan's son Babil Khan is an avid social media user. He often shares throwback pictures of the late actors with a heartfelt note. Babil enjoys a massive fan following on social media. A few days back, he shared a selfie with a face mask.
Gwyneth claims her diet helped her heal from long COVID
The famous celebrity and wellness entrepreneur recently opened up about her experience with COVID in the early months. Ever since, she has gone at length to speak about the lingering long COVID symptoms she went through- including fatigue and brain fog.
Right shoes can work wonders when batting on dry tracks: Azharuddin
While critics have questioned the wicket at the Narendra Modi Stadium for the pink-ball Test between India and England, former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin on Friday said that he cannot understand batsmen opting to wear spikes on the pitches that are offering assistance to the spinners.
England looked like startled rabbits in second innings: Hussain
England have lost their batting rhythm after playing on two difficult surfaces and looked like "startled rabbits" in the second innings of the third Test against India, according to former skipper Nasser Hussain. Hussain said it's all about mentality now and the tourists need to find a way to draw the series, which will be a good result for them.
Sensex crashes 1,939 points: Key reasons behind the plunge
Equity indices fell sharply on Friday as a spike in global bond yields stirred up inflation worries and spooked investors across the world. The benchmark BSE sensex nosedived 1,939 points or 3.80 per cent to close at 49,100; while the broader NSE Nifty tanked 568 points or 3.76 per cent to close at 14,529.