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  1. KL Rahul, India’s stand-in captain in the three-match ODI series against South Africa, has been receiving a lot of flak for his ‘poor captaincy’ in the series opener at Boland Park, Paarl. It was Rahul’s first match as India’s captain in the 50-over format and naturally, he would have experienced some jitters going into the match. Some of the decisions he made during South Africa’s batting, like field placement and bowling changes, raised huge eyebrows. View this post on Instagram But, given it was his ODI captaincy debut, not many fans pointed fingers at him and were ready to give him another chance On the contrary, some experts were in no mood to cut him slack. Disappointed with India’s loss in the series opener, former India cricketers like Sunil Gavaskar, Gautam Gambhir and Aakash Chopra all came hard at the 29-year-old cricketer and questioned his tactics during the game. View this post on Instagram While Gambhir and Chopra weren’t convinced with the various tactics that Rahul deployed in the first ODI, Gavaskar went a step ahead and launched a personal attack against the Karnataka star and questioned his acumen to lead the Indian team. Finding fault in his appointment as India’s limited-overs captain for the series, the legendary batter argued that the right-handed opener didn’t have much experience when it came to leading a team. © Reuters The ‘Little Master’ opined that prior to his stint with Punjab Kings, the opener had zero experience of leading a cricket team as he had never captained his state team Karnataka in either Ranji Trophy or List A cricket. “Rahul doesn't have much experience of captaincy. He has only captained Punjab Kings in the last two IPLs. Apart from that, in any format tournament - Ranji Trophy or List A. That's why you need to have patience when you think of him as captain. Even if you look at his captaincy in IPL, Punjab Kings haven't done anything on note in the last two years,” Gavaskar told Sports Today. “During that (Bevuma-Van der Duseen) partnership, it did look as if he had run out of ideas. KL Rahul didn't know where to go. When you have your two-most experienced death-overs bowlers in Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar, you have to keep them for the last 5-6 overs. So that's where you can actually stop the opposition from running away with a big score. View this post on Instagram “But these are early days of his captaincy and maybe things will turn around. Let's hope for Indian cricket's sake that things turn around in the next couple of days,” he said while reflecting on the match-winning partnership between South Africa skipper Temba Bevuma and Rassie Van der Dussen. The fans were clearly not pleased with Gavaskar putting a question mark on Rahul’s leadership capabilities after just one bad game. Many supporters thought that as much as the stand-in skipper, it was Dravid’s fault as well because he failed to give the new skipper the kind of support he needed to change things around. It's easy to blame @klrahul11 for everything, why not blame Rahul Dravid for poor strategy. His role is more important when we have a new captain. Is this the way this transition is going to be managed? — Rinkun (@iamrinkun) January 21, 2022Both have to be blamed, why blame KL only. No one is actually talking about Dravid's roles here. He being an ex-captain and hd coach has a lot of responsibility to hand hold a new captain. If only the captains get credits, they why are coaches sacked for poor performance. — Rinkun (@iamrinkun) January 21, 2022How could the veteran cricketer and commentator explain then he's using his intelligence to position Pant as captain for Team India? Pant is young, raw and lacks experience. He hasn't even done his job better behind stumps. — GK (@metadoors) January 21, 2022 On many occasions, Gavaskar has expressed his desire to see young Rishabh Pant becoming the captain of the national team at some point in time. Some supporters felt that with his harsh criticism he was sowing the seeds of doubts in the minds of national selectors so that they don’t hand him the red-ball captaincy. Only Gavaskar can tell if he has any ulterior motives or not. But what can be said for sure is that his logic that a player can’t become a good captain just because he doesn’t have enough captaincy experience at the domestic level is totally nonsense. View the full article
  2. "I will raise voice against inflation, unemployment even if it is considered a violation?, says PTI's Alam Noor Khan
  3. Apart from the Virat Kohli-Sourav Ganguly controversy, the biggest talking point in Indian cricket in the last couple of months has been the future of two veteran cricketers Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane. Heading into the three-match Test series against South Africa, many fans and experts were convinced that this series would be a do-or-die opportunity for the two senior pros and if they returned with below average performance, like they had in the last couple of years, it could bring their international career to an end. © Reuters Half of the Test series is already over and neither of the batters have done enough to warrant a spot in the starting line-up. For Pujara this series has been nothing short of a nightmare and the Saurashtra batter would want to get it out of his system as soon as possible. Rahane, on the other hand, did score some valuable runs in the first innings of the opening Test, helping the visitors to a healthy total but since then his batting has been on a downward spiral. If that was not all, he hit rock bottom on the opening day of the second Test, scoring the first golden duck of his Test career. © Reuters After their combined failure in the first innings in Johannesburg, a majority of the fans and experts seem to have run out of patience with the two veterans as they believe that the long rope that they had been enjoying is getting shorter with each failure and it’s only a matter of time that they are left out not just from the Playing XI but the red-ball squad altogether. However, there is one man who still believes that both these experienced batters should be backed for the whole series, if not more. He argued that dropping either of them on the bench in the middle of the series would be a huge mistake. © Reuters Former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra said these words in response to the comments made by legendary cricketer Sunil Gavaskar, who had articulated that both these players have “one more innings to save their careers”. Slamming Gavaskar’s remarks against Pujara and Rahane, the former Delhi pacer argued that even Test skipper Virat Kohli has had a horrendous run in recent times but nobody was talking about his poor performance just because he was the leader of the squad. “Even Virat Kohli has similar numbers but nobody is questioning his place in the team. Obviously, he is the captain and what Kohli has done is on a completely different level from the two batters we are talking about. It is not fair to compare, but Rahane and Pujara have also been second to none at their peak, especially the latter,” Nehra said on Cricbuzz. “If you have backed a player like Rahane for the 1st Test, it would be better to carry on with him for the rest of the series. Agreed, both Pujara and Rahane have been in big trouble of late. But changing players in the middle of an important series is a big decision." © Reuters “If you have chosen Rahane ahead of Shreyas Iyer and Hanuma Vihari, I feel he should then be played for the entire series. Nothing much can change in one or two Tests. Their batting has been an issue for a while now, so why not give them a couple more games? When you are winning, you can give players an extended run. A decision can be taken after the series,” Nehra concluded. Whether the team management decides to give Pujara and Rahane one more chance or drop them on the bench in the next match, one thing's for sure that they can’t please everyone. That's why Kohli and head coach Rahul Dravid must do what they think would be in the best interest of the Indian team. View the full article
  4. Gone are the days when a Test match, no matter which part of the world you play in, used to end in a draw despite the match going on for all five days without any external interventions. A lot of this changing trend has to do with the advent of fast-paced T20 cricket because players these days score runs at brisk pace irrespective of the format they are playing, including the longest format of the game. So Near Yet So Far. The first #INDvNZ Test in Kanpur ends in a draw. @Paytm #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/dGckU0uBjl — BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2021 If we talk about India, normally we don’t often see a Test match ending without a clear winner even after five gruelling days of play. If we talk about the last home Test series against England, barring the opening match, none of the games lasted all five days. The last two matches in Ahmedabad ended well within three days. That’s why it was heartening to see a pitch that produced a thrilling contest between bat and ball on all five days of the Kanpur Test match. As far as the Indian team is concerned they would have liked the surface to deteriorate just a wee bit more, allowing them to ask more questions of the Kiwis batters on the final day but apart from that there was no denying that it certainly was a neutral pitch that kept both batters and the bowlers in the game. © Instagram Indian Cricket Team Team India head coach Rahul Dravid had his own set of complaints with the surface but still he reportedly gave Rs 35,000 to the Green Park ground staff for preparing a “sporting pitch” that made for an exciting contest on all five days. As per news agency PTI, this announcement was made by the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association (UPCA) in the press box after the match wherein all the journalists were told that the former India skipper had paid the amount from his personal pocket. New Zealand survive and it's a DRAW in Kanpur. Scorecard - https://t.co/WRsJCUhS2d #INDvNZ @Paytm pic.twitter.com/TDTrEcl9ec — BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2021 “We would like to make an official announcement. Mr Rahul Dravid has paid Rs 35,000 personally to our groundsmen,” the UPCA announced in the press box after the game. The batting legend said that he was delighted with the “great composure and fighting spirit” show by the Indian bowlers, who were able to to make a comeback after going wickteless in the morning session on what was “quite an unresponsive pitch” despite it being the fifth and the final day of the match. Harbhajan Singh was a terrific bowler for India. What @ashwinravi99 has done to go past him is a phenomenal achievement: Head Coach Rahul Dravid.@Paytm #INDvNZ #TeamIndia pic.twitter.com/SGh8UetSUY — BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2021 "We showed great composure and fighting spirit and worked really hard in that final session. It was quite an unresponsive pitch on the fifth day and a really good effort to have taken eight wickets after lunch, three in that session and five in the last session,” Dravid said at the post-match press conference. Speaking about the surface, Dravid said that it was “low and slow, didn’t have much bounce” and also “didn’t offer as much turn”, something we all have become accustomed to while playing in India. © Twitter BCCI “It was low and slow and probably didn't have that much bounce or didn't have a turn. Probably, you expect a little bit more wear and tear on the fifth day in Indian conditions over the course of five days. This didn't seem to have that kind of bite. “Generally, in India on day five, spinners can challenge both edges -- inside and outside. You know you can beat people on the inside edge and get LBW. But honestly, in this game, the outside edge was virtually ruled out,” he explained his concern with the surface. Kind Gesture Or Publicity Stunt?The 48-year-old former India skipper’s gesture evoked mixed reactions on social media. While some praised the coach for appreciating all the hard work put in by the groundsmen, others couldn’t comprehend how he could call it a ‘sporting pitch’ and at the same time go on a rant highlighting all the flaws in the surface. That’s why many described his kind gesture as nothing but “a publicity stunt”. Very Kind hearted, Respectable and Good personality Simple person Legend Rahul Dravid sir — Abhi Ram (@AbhiRamaKrishn8) November 29, 2021Brand ambassador of test cricket — cricketaddict45 (@cricknut45) November 29, 2021Well said.. Couldn't agree more.. — Ishan (@hungover116) November 29, 2021Is this a publicity stunt or what? Why he doing this — Sylesh (@karikalan_06) November 29, 2021Dikhave k liye hai ye sb naatak — ALIS ꪜ (@Alis_Navadiya_) November 29, 2021Fake publicity — சாரு காசன் (@Sk_4862) November 29, 2021Before criticising the head coach, one must realise it’s Dravid we are talking about, who has always stayed away from such controversies all his life. The only reason why he gave away the amount from his own pocket was because he wanted to thank the groundsmen for all the efforts they put in during the course of the match. Let's not forget that every single word that came out of his mouth during the post-match press conference regarding the pitch was from an Indian head coach’s perspective not a fan. That's why he pointed out things that he thought would have helped his bowlers win the match. View the full article
  5. When a foreigner makes a peculiar remark about our country, especially the cuisine, Indians are bound to get irked. A similar situation occurred recently when Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gene Weingarten commented on Indian food, which created a stir on the internet and it did not go quite well with the audience. Actor-producer Mindy Kaling and model-television host Padma Lakshmi slammed the post that said, 'Indian cuisine only includes one spice'. The article written by the columnist speaks about a lot of issues including how Indian food is wholly 'based on one herb'. © iStock © Instagram/Padma Lakshmi Even Meena Harris, the niece of Vice President Kamala Harris, said in a Tweet, "Apropos of absolutely nothing name your ONE favorite Indian spice. I’ll go first: asafoetida." Apropos of absolutely nothing name your ONE favorite Indian spice. I’ll go first: asafoetida. — Meena Harris (@meena) August 23, 2021I love fenugreek! There are so many spices in this wonderful cuisine! — Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) August 23, 2021 Mindy Kaling, too expressed her displeasure and wrote, "I love fenugreek! There are so many spices in this wonderful cuisine!" She also tweeted, "You don’t like a cuisine? Fine. But it’s so weird to feel defiantly proud of not liking a cuisine. You can quietly not like something too." Top Chef mentor Padma Lakshmi couldn't hold back and replied in the series of tweets, "What in the white nonsense is this?" She also mentioned, "Is this really the type of colonizer 'hot take' the @washingtonpost wants to publish in 2021- sardonically characterizing curry as 'one spice' and that all of India's cuisine is based on it?" What in the white nonsense™️ is this? pic.twitter.com/ciPed2v5EK — Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) August 23, 2021 She took to Instagram and shared the screenshot of the article. It read, "Indian food. The Indian subcontinent has vastly enriched the world, giving us chess, buttons, the mathematical concept of zero, shampoo, modern-day nonviolent political resistance, Chutes and Ladders, the Fibonacci sequence, rock candy, cataract surgery, cashmere, USB ports ... and the only ethnic cuisine in the world insanely based entirely on one spice. If you like Indian curries, yay, you like Indian food! If you think Indian curries taste like something that could knock a vulture off a meat wagon, you do not like Indian food." The Washington Post has added a correction tonight to the top of the @geneweingarten column pic.twitter.com/p4yM7ar9Wk — Katie Robertson (@katie_robertson) August 24, 2021 However, it has now been modified and reads, "...rock candy, cataract surgery, cashmere, USB ports ... and curry. If you like Indian curries, yay, you like one of India’s most popular class of dishes! If you think Indian curries taste like something that could knock a vulture off a meat wagon, you do not like a lot of Indian food." View this post on Instagram As she shared the former article, Padma wrote, "There is truly no need for something like this to be published in 2021 (or ever). It’s racist and lazy at best. My issue is not this person’s performative contrarianism (although it is tedious) or that he didn’t enjoy the Indian cuisines he’s tasted." Post this incident, the journalist took to Twitter and spoke about his visit to an Indian restaurant. He also said that the food was made beautifully, but it was swimming with herbs and spices. He also said, "I take nothing back." Padma Lakshmi finally replied and said, "On behalf of 1.3 billion people, kindly f*** off." Here's how furious people are on Twitter with his remark on Indian food. .@geneweingarten thinks Indian food is terrible because it is entirely based on one spice. Which is basically the opposite of the truth. pic.twitter.com/sumaGpOBl4 — Anand Giridharadas @ The.Ink (@AnandWrites) August 23, 2021Ah yes. That's why the masala dabba was invented: to hold that one spice in multiple containers. pic.twitter.com/tVPNjGfTed — Edward Anderson (@edanderson101) August 23, 2021I pride myself on my Pakistani cooking. I also love South Indian, and fusion dishes. That you got paid to write this tripe, and boldly spew your racism is deplorable. May your rice be clumpy, roti dry, your chilies unforgivable, your chai cold, and your papadams soft. — Shireen Ahmed- CanWNT Stan (@_shireenahmed_) August 23, 2021who the **** is @geneweingarten, how the **** is he allowed to speak on food when his palate is so numb he thinks CURRIES are a single spice dish & why the **** is WaPo publishing straight up National Front talking points disguised as food opinions? https://t.co/PrMNfeNroM — Shiv Ramdas (@nameshiv) August 23, 2021You are a absolute idiot @geneweingarten. We even put 8 spices in our omelets. https://t.co/DD83aqkJZF — rabia O'chaudry (@rabiasquared) August 23, 2021No one cares that you don't like it. It's the ignorance of saying it's "one spice" and assuming all Indian food is "curry" that rubbed people the wrong way. A diverse country filled with so many different kinds of food cannot be summarized by a colonizer's word like curry! — LaVidaLopa (@LaVidaLopa) August 23, 2021This is one portion of my spice rack. And I cook cuisines of just 2 Indian states. "One spice"? pic.twitter.com/e2r2abfAKX — TheBrook (@Southern_Brook) August 23, 2021Dude just write a glowing review of your favorite dish from Applebee's for your hometown newspaper and save us all the drama — Asha Rangappa (@AshaRangappa_) August 23, 2021What is it with white guys with elite media jobs thinking everyone wants to read their dumb, very poorly informed rants about how much they dislike all Indian food? It is not cute. It is racist. I just unfollowed him. https://t.co/5gTnZ0C967 — Arlen Parsa (@arlenparsa) August 23, 2021 View the full article
  6. Kareena Kapoor Khan finally revealed the name of her second son a couple of days ago and he too was subjected to trolling as Taimur Ali Khan. Her second son’s name is Jeh Ali Khan, but people wondered if the name comes from Mughal emperor Jehangir. But, it was soon revealed in many news reports that Bebo addressed her little boy 'Jeh' in the book as 'Jehangir' in the caption of one of the images of her book. People went on to say the meanest things to the baby and it looked like history was being repeated. They said the name is a slap to the Hindu culture. A source was also quoted saying, “When Taimur Ali Khan was born, Saif was keen on naming him Faiz after the famous poet Faiz Ahmed Faiz but Kareena decided to go with Taimur. This time too, Saif was keen on naming the child Faiz, but later on, the couple thought of naming their second child Jehangir Ali Khan.” Now, Swara Bhasker who is friends with Kareena has criticized the trolls who have crossed their limits and said ill things about her son’s name. She tweeted in Hindi, "Kissi dammpatti ne apne bachchon ke naam rakhe hain, aur woh dammpatti aap nahi hain. Par aapko ispar rai hai ke naam hai aur kyu hai, aur aapke dimaag mein yeh ek mudda hai, jisse aapki bhavnayein aahat hain. Toh aap iss duniya ke sabse bade gadhon mein ek hain. (A couple has named its children, and that couple isn't you. But you have opinions about the names, and in your mind, this is an issue that has hurt your feelings. You are among the world's biggest donkeys)." Here’s her tweet: © Twitter/Swara Bhasker After the tweet started to get traction, people attacked her for poking her nose into their matter and criticized her for judging others. She was schooled about why people do not name their children ‘Raavan’. Here are the reactions: © Twitter/Swara Bhasker © Twitter/Swara Bhasker © Twitter/Swara Bhasker © Twitter/Swara Bhasker © Twitter/Swara Bhasker Earlier this week, Kareena's sister-in-law Saba Ali Khan had commented on the ongoing backlash and said ‘What’s in the name?’. What do you have to say about this entire fiasco? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  7. Alizeh Shah's beach video, performing to a sweet tune, captured hearts of fans
  8. With rising cases of COVID in India, people have become vulnerable and helpless as the country’s health care infrastructure is reeling under the second wave. Some celebs did come forward to help the needy and those who didn’t are getting heavily criticised by trolls for not using their reach for the betterment of people in such times of turmoil. Jacqueline Fernandez, who recently launched her foundation You Only Live Once (YOLO) to help the needy, admitted to being privileged but has objected to celebrities being criticized at a time like this. View this post on InstagramIn an interview with Times Now, Jacqueline said, “I want to be there as much as I can for people and not think about myself. Because I know I do come from a space that's a complete privilege right now. I have a roof over my head and I have food to eat. There are people out there struggling to survive because of the pandemic.” She went on to add, “If it’s in your capacity to help, please help, and if maybe, it’s not in your capacity or you don’t have the means, at least don’t spread hate, don’t spread negativity. It’s not the time or the place for that.” She also said that criticizing Bollywood celebs is completely uncalled for as people might not know how others are dealing with the situation mentally. “Don’t add just negativity. It's really uncalled for... There are actually people out there who are doing what they can and probably not talking about it. You don’t know what someone’s going through or what someone’s doing, so please don’t make yourself a judge of that. Even if it means keeping your negative opinions to yourself, please do that,” she added. View this post on InstagramOn the work front, Jacqueline was recently seen alongside Salman Khan in a special song in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. She has a number of films in the pipeline, including Attack, Bhoot Police, Cirkus, Bachchan Pandey, and Ram Setu. What do you have to say about her statements? Let us know in the comments section below. View the full article
  9. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced on Monday that the vaccination drive for Coronavirus in the national capital will be free of cost. In a virtual press conference, he announced that 13.4 million vaccine doses will be procured by the Delhi government. He said, "All of us can see that Covid-19 has wreaked havoc across the country and everyone feels that vaccination is the only way to defeat this disease. The Delhi government has decided to provide free vaccination to those above the age of 18. This morning we approved the procurement of 13.4 million vaccine doses in Delhi. We will try to procure these as early as possible and a large number of people are vaccinated.” Checkout the video here- कोरोना वैक्सीन पर एक महत्वपूर्ण प्रेस कॉंफ्रेंस | LIVE https://t.co/cJWHUOZgoQ — Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) April 26, 2021 He also said that those who have already gotten their vaccine, either are not contracting the virus or mildly getting affected by it. He said, “Most of them do not require hospitalization and even if they do, their condition does not get serious. If everyone is vaccinated, Covid-19 will become an ordinary illness.” The covid cases are dismally rising across the country and every citizen above the age of 18 years is now eligible to get vaccinated. This is going to be the third phase of the nationwide vaccination drive against pandemic which began on January 16 and is also the largest globally. Here’s what the ‘Janta’ on the Twitter have to say about this- I am ashamed that kejriwal is my cm. — 🇮🇳🇮🇱Rishabh Sharma🇮🇱 🇮🇳 (@Rishabh39144063) April 26, 2021Well done Kejriwal sir — M.WASi (@MWASi88574145) April 26, 2021Pls tum TV advertising kyo Kar rahe ho — Sunil Babu (@SunilBa94752902) April 26, 2021Excellent job @ArvindKejriwal @AamAadmiParty — Debraj Bhattacharya (@DBIIMA) April 26, 2021Vaccine to apne time se mil jayegi, yeh batayiye @ArvindKejriwal ji oxygen kab milegi. — Tara Jai (@BaalNarender) April 26, 2021Very good step for delhi... — Rohit Kunwar (@RohitRicci) April 26, 2021What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
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