- Story of Ravichandran Ashwin's kidnaping, threat of getting fingers chopped
R Ashwin is a kind of player who is the target of every opposition team but there is a team who once kidnapped him to ensure he does not play the game and even threatened him off chopping his fingers down.
- RCB on social mediaRoyal Challengers Bangalore social media accounts go blank: What does it mean?
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) has left its fans confused with its social media accounts going blank ahead of the start of fresh Indian Premier League session. Along with the Display Picture, all posts have also been deleted from the official handles.Sachin plays cricketWatch: Sachin Tendulkar hits first ball to boundary, more than five years after picking up the bat
Sachin Tendulkar was referred to as God of Cricket and his retirement had left many of his fans in shock. He had said Good Bye to international cricket in 2013 but played an exhibition match in 2014.#AngryAkhtarShoaib Akhtar gets angry, slams PCB for rude behavior with star player
Shoaib Akhtar blasted the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday for not taking advice from the senior star players for the betterment of the young cricketers. Talking loudly and angrily on his YouTube channel, he quoted an example of Indian side and said that the BCCI took help from the senior players like Rahul Dravid and the results are favouring them; but in Pakistan the PCB is not interested in taking help from the star players despite their willingness to do it.World Cup U 19World Cup U-19: Yashasvi Jaiswal's ton against Pakistan takes India to final
Young man Yashasvi Jaiswal slammed a century against Pakistan in the semi-final game of World Cup U-19, ensuring India a final berth for the World Cup final.Tribute to KobeVirat Kohli pays tribute to Kobe Bryant
A day before India starts their ODI series against the New Zealand, skipper Virat Kohli paid a rich tribute to Basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who recently lost his life in a helicopter accident. The Indian skipper remembered how he used to wake up in the morning to watch NBA matches. Kohli said the Kobe Bryant's death was "was heartbreaking" and "a shock for everyone".Dhoni the bestRohit Sharma rates Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the best captain Indian has seen
Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not been on the grounds for Team India for almost an year now, and with BCCI not renewing his contract this year, the worry turned deep for his fans. While there is a relief that he will be seen playing in the upcoming IPL season for Chennai Super Kings and Indian coach Ravi Shashtri has said that his return will be based upon his performance in the IPL.Hilarious ReplyBen Stokes' hillarious reply on Virat Kohli question goes viral
Indian skipper Virat Kohli can be heard saying a Hindi bad word several times on playing ground that resembles the pronunciation of Ben Stokes' name, and the latter's reply on a question over Virat Kohli has left his fans in split on social media.Shocking developmentRohit Sharma injured, ruled out from ODI, Test series in New Zealand
In a major blow to India, star batsman and opener Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the upcoming ODI and Test match series against New Zealand following a calf injury he received during the fifth T20I.CricketJasprit Bumrah breaks world record as India whitewash New Zealand in T20I series
Jasprit Bumrah was seen back in form during the final T20I game against New Zealand after getting criticized for his average bowling spells in the previous games of the series.Sports NewsSakshi tries to troll Dhoni, gets trolled herself as latter calls it a 'tactic to increase Instagram followers'
Mahendra Singh Dhoni may have got success in avoiding the media cameras for a long time but one camera she is unable to get rid off is her wife's phone camera. All thanks to Sakshi that Dhoni fans at least know what is he doing in the normal routine days.CricketSanjay Manjrekar gets trolled for giving bowling advice to Jasprit Bumrah
Sanjay Majrekar took to Twitter to share his reaction on Jasprit Bumrah's bowling in super over during India vs New Zealand 3rd T20I in Hamilton on Wednesday. Jasprit Bumrah, who is considered one of the best bowlers during death overs, was hammered with 17 runs in the super over by New Zealand batsmen.Sports NewsThis could be Kobe Bryant's last picture before his sad demise
A young fan of Kobe Bryant is believed to have clicked one of his last pictures before he died in a helicopter crash a couple of days back.FootballCristiano Ronaldo becomes first person to reach 200 million followers on Instagram
Global football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has become the first person on Earth to cross 200 million followers mark on the social media Instagram. Ronaldo on Wednesday reached the landmark and is only behind the Instagram's official account.CricketIndia vs New Zealand, 3rd T20I: Rohit Sharma's heroics hands India series against Kiwis
New Zealand lost their third T20I against India in a super over battle, resulting in the latter taking unassailable lead in the five match series.Sports NewsAre you blushing? : Sakshi teases 'cutie', 'sweetie' Dhoni
In the post captioned as 'sweetie of the day', Sakshi can be seen continuously teasing Mahendra Singh Dhoni as he completes his check out formalities at a hotel.CricketSourav Ganguly reveals new panel to select Indian squad for South Africa ODIs
BCCI President Sourav Ganguly on Monday confirmed that a new selection panel will be picking the Indian squad for the three ODIs at home in March.Sports NewsKobe Bryant's death in helicopter crash predicted eight years ago on Twitter
Kobe Bryant lost his life on Sunday morning in a helicopter crash; he was travelling with his daughter and seven other people when the helicopter slammed into a hillside in Calabasas, California, killing everyone on board.CricketCaught on live TV camera, Martin Guptill swears in Hindi to Yuzvendra Chahal
At the end of second T20 in New Zealand, India's off-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal took the mic to take reactions from the playing field itself but ended up getting swear from Martin Guptill that too in Hindi.