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  1. Sources say special request is forwarded to the Civil Aviation Authority to grant landing permission to the flight
  2. Devine hit nine sixes and nine fours in her innings of 108 not out as her Wellington Blaze side beat the Otago Sparks by 10 wickets
  3. Arguably the most famous face of the Indian film industry, Amitabh Bachchan recently tweeted from his official social media handle, drawing his followers’ attention towards an interesting observation. T 3782 - An input from Ef laksh ~ "... and Dhoni also has daughter .. will she be Captain ? '' pic.twitter.com/KubpvdOzjt — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) January 13, 2021 The veteran actor’s post implied that most of the famous Indian cricketers have been blessed with daughters with the latest addition of the list in the form of the current captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli. In the caption, he also added a comment by one of his fans which read: "An input from Ef laksh ~"... and Dhoni also has daughter .. will she be Captain?,". And it was this part that caught the attention of some of the more critical fans who interpreted it as a suggestion of bringing nepotism to the game of cricket. With due respect, it's a National cricket team. The players, whether men or women, are selected based on their talent. Selection is not done based on who is their father or mother. Kindly, don't confuse it with Bollywood entertainers and Nepotism🏻 — Aakash (@aakashski_) January 13, 2021 “With due respect, it's a National cricket team. The players, whether men or women, are selected based on their talent. Selection is not done based on who is their father or mother. Kindly, don't confuse it with Bollywood entertainers and Nepotism,” wrote Twitter user @aakashski_. You want have nepotism even in cricket? This sports where only talents speaks unlike bully wood (bollywood) — Arindam Roy (@arin_roy1) January 13, 2021 You want have nepotism even in cricket? This sports where only talents speaks unlike bully wood (bollywood),” wrote another critic @arin_roy1. Actor Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli became first time parents on January 11, 2021 but have been vocal about how they do not wish to raise their child in a public eye. While announcing the birth of their daughter, Kohli said: “We are thrilled to share with you that we have been blessed with a baby girl this afternoon. We thank you all for your love, prayers and good wishes. Anushka and the baby are both healthy and we are feeling beyond blessed to start this new chapter of our lives. We hope that you can respect our privacy at this time. Love, Virat.” View the full article
  4. Hardik Pandya missed out on the Test series in the Australia tour this year but he's with the Indian cricket team in spirit. He's currently at home with his family, just like some of us who can still work remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, he still steps out once in a while. Recently, he went to the salon to get a headshave. Take a look at his solidarity outfit here: View this post on Instagram He was seen wearing the Indian cricket team jacket with a pair of black shorts and 'ghar ki chappal'. While usually, Hardik resorts to high-street labels and his style aesthetic can be defined as high fashion and flashy, this year it has transitioned into more laidback and uninhibited just like this particular outfit. His Instagram is filled with hypebeasty OOTDS with chunky chains and accessories. View this post on Instagram This outfit, on the contrary, is more cazh. However, despite not being able to be there for the Indian cricket team, Hardik Pandya is supporting them by wearing India's jacket in solidarity to acknowledge the great feat the team has achieved this year in the Test series. In fact, this can be easily described as his cheerleading outfit for the team. Despite being an extremely relatable outfit, it holds great significance in the current context. View the full article
  5. The first Test match between Pakistan and South Africa will be played in Karachi on January 26, 2021
  6. Christian Turner says that the tour sends out a strong message: "girls everywhere can do anything they want to"
  7. England's women team will play two T20I and three ODIs against Pakistan in Karachi
  8. The stadium can accommodate 38,000 people, but the capacity has been reduced to 9,500 people at a time
  9. In his blast from the past series, PM Imran Khan shares photos of him playing Pakistan's national sport
  10. Earlier in the week, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) declined permission to the legendary Yuvraj Singh to come out of retirement and play domestic cricket in the upcoming Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Calling it a career back in 2019, Singh reconsidered playing for his state upon the request of the Punjab Cricket Association. He even wrote a letter to the Indian cricket board to allow him to take back his decision of retiring. Yuvraj Singh fails to get clearance for return to Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. - Mandeep Singh to lead Punjab, Unadkat to lead Saurashtra, Iqbal Abdullah to captain Uttarakhand - Few surprising names in MP squad as Chandrakant Pandit takes up new challenge https://t.co/z9H2Gm6kJX — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) December 29, 2020 However the BCCI declined this request for reasons unknown. Considering the ambiguity of the situation, it was expected that Yuvraj’s father, Yograj Singh would make a public response to the board’s decision and that’s exactly what happened. “I am not sure of the exact reason (for BCCI denying NOC to Yuvraj), as I’m yet to speak with Yuvi on the same. But it’s entirely the choice of the BCCI,” said Yograj Singh. View this post on Instagram “However, I feel that ample time should be given to retired players to make a comeback and play with the young boys, who have a lot to learn from them,” Yuvraj’s father said while speaking to Asianet Newsable. Acknowledging the contributions of the cricketing body that went into the success Yuvraj had enjoyed during his time as an international player, Yograj felt that it was important to return the favour to the BCCI. View this post on Instagram “Meanwhile, besides playing, giving back to the boys and Indian cricket is very important. If he can produce four-five players for the country in the coming years, it would be great. I will be very, very happy. He continues to practice even today. I think it’s all about how you feel. I believe it is very important to give back. If you are doing so, I think that is the greatest thing you are doing rather than playing cricket,” he added. View the full article
  11. "Azharuddin was shifted to another car and he, along with his family, reached a hotel soon after," says Indian media
  12. When someone says 'Dalit Lives Matter', then people have a problem. When someone talks about blatant caste discrimination, then people dismiss their concerns. When someone talks about reservations, then people debate about how unfair it is. View the full article
  13. Ajinkya Rahane and the Indian cricket team proved how winning one match can lead to a complete shift in a critic’s way of thinking towards the squad. Former Pakistani cricketer turned YouTuber, Shoaib Akhtar is a prime example of the critics taking a complete ‘U-Turn’ on their analysis of the Men in Blue after the incredible win they secured at the Melbourne Cricket Ground against the hosting Australian side. Following the loss at the Adelaide Oval, Akhtar had not only exaggerated his reaction to India’s defeat but also mocked the ‘mighty India’ in one of his YouTube videos. “I couldn't catch the early part of the match so I thought India had scored 369 but when I rubbed my eyes and checked properly, it was 36/9. Mighty India, the batting mighty Team India! What has happened? Australia showed what they are capable of. India will have to face criticism,” said the former pacer. “This Test match will trigger a chain reaction and I am indicating at the captaincy. Virat Kohli will have to think. These things happen, innings fall but India is the number one team and to perform like this is embarrassing. This is not ludo," he added. Now that the Rahane led squad dominated the Aussies at the MCG and got the win of the fourth day of the match itself, Akhtar, without even acknowledging his criticism of the team merely a week ago, couldn’t stop complimenting them for ‘showing character’. “After getting all-out for 36, to return for a Test without Shami, Rohit and captain Virat, what will Team India do? Team India will show character. They have crushed Australia. This is Team India. Characters are not made in crisis, they are exhibited. It was amazing to see the courage they have shown," said Akhtar after the second Test. "Australia must be thinking what has just happened to them? This is very embarrassing for Australian after the win at Adelaide and now losing in such a manner. India which was down and out, to come back and show such courage. From now, the momentum is in India's hands. You will have to laud India's bench strength. They did not care who was absent from the XI," he added as this time the Australians had to face Akhtar’s ‘wrath’. View the full article
  14. At the time when the schedule of India's tour of Australia was announced, everyone knew that the four-match Test series was going to be the biggest challenge for the visitors. To make things worse, India were without key players like Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma. But, there was no excuse for the tourists after being bowled out for just 36 runs during their eight-wicket loss in Adelaide. If losing the first Test had put them on the backfoot early in the series, India playing the second Test without their regular skipper Virat Kohli, had everyone further convinced about their potential downfall. But, contrary to popular perception, Ajinkya Rahane-led India staged a comeback for the ages following their eight-wicket win at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). View the full article
  15. In what has been a forgettable year owing to the global pandemic, 2020 was even more cruel and unforgiving for MS Dhoni's fans. First, they had to bid adieu to their favourite cricketer from international cricket. And then, they had to endure the painful sight of Dhoni cutting a sorry figure owing to Chennai Super Kings' miserable outing in IPL 2020. But, after months of agony, Dhoni and his fans have finally something to cheer for. The former Indian captain was recently honoured by the ICC with the Spirit of Cricket Award of the Decade. The 'Captain Cool' was chosen by fans unanimously for the special award owing to his heartfelt gesture towards Ian Bell in 2011. 🇮🇳 MS DHONI wins the ICC Spirit of Cricket Award of the Decade The former India captain was chosen by fans unanimously for his gesture of calling back England batsman Ian Bell after a bizarre run out in the Nottingham Test in 2011.#ICCAwards | #SpiritOfCricket pic.twitter.com/3eCpyyBXwu — ICC (@ICC) December 28, 2020 During their tour of England in 2011, India found themselves on the backfoot after losing the 1st Test. In a bid to stage a much-needed comeback, the Dhoni-led team produced a much-improved performance in the 2nd Test. With the game evenly balanced, the third day's play saw Ian Bell getting run-out in a bizarre manner. Looking dangerous with a hundred to his name, Eoin Morgan tucked an Ishant Sharma delivery towards the leg side where Praveen Kumar put in a full dive to stop the ball from reaching the fence. But, Bell and his batting partner were of the opinion that the ball had touched the ropes before starting to walk towards the pavilion for the tea break. But, Kumar fired in a throw and caused Bell's run-out. The whole incident attracted boos from a jeering crowd as the players made their way back into the hut. During the break, then England captain Andrew Strauss and coach Andy Flower went to the Indian dressing room and asked Dhoni if they would consider overturning their appeal. And, the Indian team obliged. India withdrew their appeal and Dhoni called Bell back to bat at Nottingham. After the tea break, the sight of Bell and Morgan coming out to bat was met with cheers and applause for Dhoni and the Indian team. The moment has been voted by fans as one of the most heartening gestures on the playing field in the last 10 years, eventually allowing Dhoni to bag the ICC honour. The ICC Men's ODI Team of the Decade: 🇮🇳 🇮🇳 🇮🇳 🇦🇺 🇦🇺 🇿🇦 🇿🇦 🇧🇩 󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 🇳🇿 🇱🇰 #ICCAwards pic.twitter.com/MueFAfS7sK — ICC (@ICC) December 27, 2020 Apart from that, Dhoni, recently, was also named captain of both the ICC's ODI and T20I Team of the Decade. The 39-year-old remains one of the biggest contributors to Indian cricket. He is still the only captain in international cricket to have won all three major ICC tournaments - World Cup, World T20 and Champions Trophy. View the full article
  16. PPP president Asif Ali Zardari says PM Imran Khan "can be removed" with a different approach; "we must fill up the jails"
  17. Making his international debut as a 17-year-old fiery seamer, Mohammad Amir has arguably witnessed it all in his career. The left-arm seamer arrived with a promise of becoming one of Pakistan's greatest fast bowlers before throwing it all away following his role in the infamous 2010 spot-fixing scandal. In a matter of months, Amir went from being a hero to a villain. Once amongst the hottest pace bowling prospects in international cricket, Amir was handed a critical blow after he was slapped with a five-year ban. He eventually returned to the playing field after completing his ban but it wasn't easy for him. © Reuters Returning to all forms of cricket in 2015, Amir faced an uphill battle, not only to perform with the ball, but also win back the love and trust of fans. And, Amir didn't disappoint. His exploits in the 2016 Asia Cup, where he ran through India's top-order in one of the games, remains a testimony to his remarkable return. Since then, Amir has done fairly well to reshape his career and rebuild his reputation in international cricket. But, the struggles he endured still haunts him. In a YouTube video, Amir disclosed how his teammates mistreated him upon his return before finding the much-needed support from Shahid Afridi. "The entire team was on one side and did not want to play with me but Shahid bhai said, 'Amir will play come what may'. I will always be thankful to these two. This is not an emotional decision. I took this step after putting much thought into it,” See, not everyone has (the same) guts as I have. If I made a mistake, I came clean in front of everyone and apologised for it as well and faced this issue," Amir said in a YouTube video. The fast bowler also thanked the almighty for helping him script an impressive return. "I came back and with Allah’s help bowled a very good spell at the Asia Cup and then became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the PSL. I also helped Pakistan win the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. He said he has a problem with the 'Yes Boss' culture in PCB. I have reservations with the current team management. This 'yes boss, yes boss culture' cannot be allowed to go on," Amir added. © Reuters Targeting the Pakistan team management, Amir also slammed head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis for "spoiling" image. "These people have been trying to slowly poison people's minds by saying that I didn't want to play Test cricket and only wanted to play in T20 leagues to earn money. They built a narrative that I had let down the team despite all the investment in me," Amir said. "They have tried to spoil my image and it takes a lot of hard work to build your image. It was a very hard decision for me but I think the time has come when one shouldn't keep quiet. I took this decision to raise this issue and let people know what is happening," the seamer added. Few days ago, Amir sent shockwaves across the cricket community after announcing his retirement from international cricket at the age of just 28. The left-arm bowler was one of the bowling mainstays for Pakistan. He also took 259 wickets in 147 matches for his country. View the full article
  18. Mohammad Amir talks at length about his decision to retire, lashes out at Pakistan cricket team's management
  19. Muhammad Wasim will be taking over from Misbah-ul-Haq and his first assignment will be South Africa's tour to Pakistan
  20. Mohammad Amir says the current Pakistan team management has "sidelined" and "pushed" him away from cricket
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