Tuesday, November 24
“Don’t Mention Six Sixes”: On Stuart Broad, Yuvraj Singh’s Appeal To Fans

“Don’t Mention Six Sixes”: On Stuart Broad, Yuvraj Singh’s Appeal To Fans

Yuvraj Singh called Stuart Broad "a legend" and applauded his ability to come back from setbacks.© AFP Yuvraj Singh was once Stuart Broad's nemesis, having smashed him for six sixes in an over in the 2007 T20 World Cup quarter-final. It is rare that one is mentioned without the other popping into the conversation. However, as the English seamer reached the incredible landmark of taking 500 Test wickets, the former India all-rounder took to social media to applaud his efforts and requested his fans to not mention the incident from the India-England tie from 13 years ago. "I'm sure everytime I write something about Stuart Broad, people relate to him getting hit for six sixes! But today I request all my fans not to mention it but to applaud what this man has...
“Baby’s Diapers On The Way”: Hardik Pandya Begins Dad Duties

“Baby’s Diapers On The Way”: Hardik Pandya Begins Dad Duties

Hardik Pandya shared a picture after purchasing diapers for his son.© Instagram Hardik Pandya, who became father on Thursday, seems to be enjoying this new responsibility as he shared a picture on his Instagram story shopping for his new-born baby. Tagging his partner Natasa Stankovic in his latest Instagram story, Hardik wrote: "Baby's diapers are on the way". In the picture, Hardik can be seen sitting in the driver's seat, with baby diapers lying on the back seat of his car. The Indian all-rounder took to Instagram to share that he and his Serbian partner Natasa Stankovic have become proud parents of a baby boy. "We are blessed with our baby boy," Hardik wrote on Instagram, sharing the picture of his new-born son. From his engagement to Natasa's pre...
BCCI’s SOPs To State Units On Training Resumption: Players Must Sign Consent Form, 60-Plus Barred

BCCI’s SOPs To State Units On Training Resumption: Players Must Sign Consent Form, 60-Plus Barred

The upcoming domestic season is set to be curtailed due to the health crisis.© AFP Players will have to sign a consent form before resuming training at their respective centres, the BCCI said in its SOPs to state associations, which also barred anyone over 60 years of age and individuals with underlying medical conditions from taking part in camps. According to its 100-page-long Standard Operating Procedure, the players will have to sign the form acknowledging the risks involved with resumption of training amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2019-2020 domestic season ended in March but the upcoming season, which usually starts in August, is set to be curtailed due to the health crisis. "The health and safety of players, staff and stakeholders will be the sole...