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  1. 'I really had a tremendous experience,' said Christopher Nolan about his time spent filming in India
  2. Australian spin legend has expressed his astonishment over Indian left-arm pacer Thangasaru Natarajan's frequency of bowling no-balls
  3. Instant messaging app WhatsApp has been sent a “strongly worded letter” by the Indian government about its latest privacy policy. WhatsApp introduced a new policy that requires users to share their personal information with Facebook if they interact with businesses. The move was met with backlash from users in India that led to a mass exodus to other messaging apps such as Telegram and Signal. The Indian Government has now expressed its concerns to WhatsApp and reconsider its decision according to a report by NDTV. © Reuters India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology or ‘’MeitY’ sent a “strongly worded” letter to WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart. In the letter, it was expressed that the new privacy policy "raises grave concerns regarding the implications for the choice and autonomy of India citizens.”. The letter goes on to add "any unilateral changes to the WhatsApp Terms of Service and Privacy would not be fair and acceptable.” India is one of WhatsApp's most important markets with over 400 million users in the countries alone. A recent survey by LocalCirles also revealed that only 18% of WhatsApp users in India are likely to continue with the service which will be a massive hit to WhatsApp’s user base in the country. Due to the backlash, WhatsApp had to delay the implementation of the new policy however as of now it will be implemented on May 15th. WhatsApp was brought to court about its new privacy policy however the Delhi High Court said that accepting the new privacy policy is “voluntary" and asks users to stop using the service if they don’t like the new policies. The letter from MeitY comes a day after the Delhi High Court verdict raising key objections such as the involuntary nature of the new policy. The letter also reminded WhatsApp of the Indian Supreme Court’s judgement on privacy policy from 2017 and the proposed data protection law. © Reuters The Government also pointed out and takes objection to WhatsApp having different policies in different regions. As we reported earlier, WhatsApp’s privacy policy in Europe is different from the one in India and does not force its users to comply with the new change. The letter then asked 14 questions from WhatsApp on how user data is utilised and what type of privacy protections users get from the instant messaging app. Source: NDTV View the full article
  4. Rishabh Pant starred with a swashbuckling 89 not out as the injury-depleted visitors overhauled the 328-run target
  5. Rishabh Pant and the Indian cricket team created unbelievable history on Tuesday when they defeated the Australian side at the Brisbane Cricket Ground during the final overs of Day 5. This is the first time the men from Down Under tasted loss at The Gabba in over three decades when it comes to red-ball cricket. View this post on Instagram Looking to chase a massive 328-run target on the final day of the Test, Ajinkya Rahane’s side could have retained the Border Gavaskar Trophy even if they'd have managed to keep players on the pitch by the end of match time. But the Men in Blue showed all the intentions of going for the win since the first session. Even though the dismissal of Rohit Sharma for seven tolled a tough early loss to the batting side, Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara did exceedingly well in keeping the hopes of a win alive. View this post on Instagram The man of the hour, however, has to be the 23-year-old middle-order batsman Rishabh Pant who played like a true Test veteran, showed a lot of discipline in his game, chose his shots carefully and rallied a lacklustre Indian side to the historic win. Not chosen to play in the first Test at the Adelaide Oval, Pant had faced a lot of criticism as a wicket-keeper. He then suffered a potentially series-ending injury on the elbow during the first innings of the Sydney Cricket Ground, had to be rushed to the hospital for scans but came back to play a much required 97-run innings to draw the match and keep the series alive. View this post on Instagram Stepping in at three-down and knew his job was to keep scoring while Pujara held the fort on the other side of the pitch. Even after the dismissal of his partner, Pant managed to work alongside Mayank Agarwal to send the match into a nail-biting final hour of the match. It was Do Or Die for the Men in Blue and the southpaw made the best of the situation. The 53-run partnership with bowling allrounder Washington Sundar was enough for Pant to believe in himself, to realise a major part of international cricketing history was within his grasp, that if he drives home the victory, his name will be immortalised. View this post on Instagram With three overs left for the day, the Roorke-born won the match and the series in great fashion when he struck a drive for four. Rahane gave Pant the flag to carry around ️ pic.twitter.com/VAcr6HNTCk — Rohit Sankar (@imRohit_SN) January 19, 2021 The Men in Blue took a much-deserved victory lap along the massive boundaries of the Gabba and the first thing skipper Rahane did was to hand over the Indian national flag to Pant, the man who made it all possible for them. Through injuries, criticism, doubt and pain, Rishabh Pant’s journey to the top is indeed that of a hero and there is nobody in the whole world who can take that experience away from him. View the full article
  6. Indian spokespersons for defence and foreign ministries have refrained from responding immediately to the transcripts
  7. The 2020-21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy has become a lot more special for cricket fans from all over the world, especially after everything that has happened over the last four matches. Players had to face numerous injuries and sledging, there were some friendly exchanges, others… not so friendly, but at the end of the day, enthusiasts are glad that Indian cricket is back after about a year of sabbatical no thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Look away, India fans #AUSvIND https://t.co/KIHgW6U2w2 pic.twitter.com/QN6IVSSW6K — Cricbuzz (@cricbuzz) December 19, 2020 The fourth and final Test of the series at the Brisbane Cricket Ground has been disrupted by the weather a couple of times over the past five days. Play had to be stopped and players on both sides of the pitch were required to find their groove again and again after multiple breaks. However, the excitement of the rivalry between two giants like India and Australia is such that not even bad weather can hold back from having some fun moments in the middle. In a video shared by @ashutoshmisra70 on Twitter, an Australian spectator can be seen standing on the Gabba floor, shouting “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Vande Mataram” at the top of his voice. @CricFansWorld @BCCI @HCICanberra @anirbanganguly @UttamKu84140085 @virendersehwag @bhogleharsha some extraordinary love for India at display at the Gabba this year. pic.twitter.com/lAoqTza3Cd — Dr Ashutosh Misra (@ashutoshmisra70) January 18, 2021 “some extraordinary love for India at display at the Gabba this year (sic),” he wrote in the caption. Looking at the ‘josh’ with which the Aussie was chanting the slogans, the fans of the Men in Blue expressed how they felt: Goosebumps!!! — arjun sankar (@arjunsankar) January 18, 2021SRK after listening an Aussie chanting 'Bharat mata ki jai' pic.twitter.com/0mI1zME8ml — Rahul (@rt_apolitical) January 18, 2021Love is the best weapon to win anyone in this world… We Indians know very well how to do this…. Jai Hind — Akhilesh (@Akhiles33657385) January 18, 2021The outcome of this series 🇦🇺🤝🇮🇳 — Vishal (@whovishalsingh) January 18, 2021this is amazing 🇦🇺🇮🇳 @virendersehwag @vikrantgupta73 @harbhajan_singh @bhogleharsha @BrettLee_58 @glennmcgrath11 @FoxCricket — Gurnam Singh (@Gurnamcricket) January 18, 2021Day 4 of the Gabba Test saw the Australian batting lineup stitch a 294-run second innings with the hopes of being able to all-out the Indian cricket team before the latter chases down the required 328 or exhaust the 100 overs to be delivered on the final day of the series. Having won the series back in 2018-19, India need to win or tie the series in order to retain the trophy and the title, whereas the hosts have no other option but to hustle a victory in Brisbane if they wish to bring the cup home. "I think you have got to give a lot of credit to India and the steely determination they showed through the course of yesterday afternoon and today. The resolve that they showed, Rishabh Pant was outstanding, Vihari and Ashwin were impenetrable. Full credit to them but it is one the Australians... that will hurt them I think," cricket.com.au quoted Ponting as saying after the heroic comeback Team India made at the end of the Sydney Test. View the full article
  8. We’ve all wanted a GTA-style game set in India and it seems like we will be finally getting our wishes true. ‘Mumbai Gullies’, an open-world game set in, well, Mumbai, is all set to launch for PC on Steam. Indian studio ‘GameEon Studios’ recently uploaded a trailer of the game that shows what we can expect from it. © GameEon Studios From the trailer, we can see the city of Mumbai brought to life with prominent locations such as Dalal Street, haphazard traffic and sweet foot vendors. The trailer showcases the graphics of the game which look quite impressive considering this is an independent game. The trailer launched with the description “a game inspired by the amazing contrast of life of Mumbai city. A city where the landscape changes every few meters. At one glance you could see towering skyscrapers and on the other glance you could see miles long slums.” At some point in the trailer, we see a red sedan, similar to what we see on the street of India, navigate itself from the chaotic traffic of Mumbai. Much like real life, the car comes very close to other vehicles and narrowly avoids collision; an experience many Indians have to go through in cities every day. © GameEon Studios Not much else is known about the game apart from the fact that it is an open-world first player experience. There is a good chance the game might explore the fictional criminal world of Mumbai similar to themes of Grand Theft Auto. Of course, we don’t expect the game to be on the same scale as GTA however it’s quite reassuring to see Indian game developers like ‘GameEon Studios’ develop games that could one day be at par with International AAA titles. If you want to see what the game is all about, you can check out the above trailer that showcases ‘Mumbai Gullies’ in full swing. A release for the game has not been unveiled as of now however the trailer did suggest it will be launching soon. In other news, FAU-G, a mobile game developed by Indian studio nCore games amassed over 4 million pre-registrations and is all set to launch on Republic Day. View the full article
  9. In what has turned out to be a remarkable tour, the Indian cricket team continues to go from strength to strength despite notable absence of key players in the ongoing four-match Test series against Australia. "What we've witnessed in this series is something extraordinary." "The resolve, fortitude and reserves of spirit displayed by these players has been inspiring." A tribute to India, from Sunil Gavaskar #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/WUjW1ZPNN2 — 7Cricket (@7Cricket) January 17, 2021 Amid their growing injury list, Team India has been aided by youngsters who have stepped up for their side in dire situations. Mohammed Siraj showed great maturity when asked to lead the Indian bowling attack in the 4th Test. Washington Sundar surprised everyone with his resolve during a brilliant batting performance in the first innings. Similarly, Thangarasu Natarajan has been a revelation for India. Natarajan's story is a stuff dreams are made of. Feel delighted for the young man. pic.twitter.com/OMr4KNaoPt — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) January 15, 2021 The left-arm seamer, who shot to fame following his impressive outing during IPL 2020, was fast-tracked into the Indian side for the much-anticipated tour of Australia. And, he didn't disappoint. In the ongoing 4th Test, Natarajan was the pick of the bowlers for India in the first innings with figures of 3-78 including the prized-wicket of centurion Marnus Labuschagne. In the second innings, Siraj did hog the limelight for his five-wicket haul but Natarajan, despite no wicket to show for his efforts, did bowl brilliantly. While he continues to learn and adapt on the international stage, Natarajan courted criticism and a bit of controversy from Shane Warne. Shane Warne "Something that’s caught my eye when Natarajan was bowling. He’s bowled 7 no-balls & they’ve all been big ones. 5 of them have been off the first ball & they’re miles over. We’ve all bowled no-balls, but 5 of them off the 1st ball of an over is interesting" #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/DdBxp4jW1K — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) January 18, 2021 The 29-year-old bowler bowled six no-balls in the first innings and then one during the fourth day's play. And, the fact that five of those no-balls came on the first delivery of his overs caught the Australian legend's attention. "Just something interesting that’s caught my eye when Natarajan was bowling, he's bowled seven no-balls in this match and they’ve all been big ones," Warne told Fox Cricket. "And five of them have been off the first ball — and they're miles over. I found that very odd. We’ve all bowled no-balls, but five of them off the first ball of an over, it's just interesting,” he added. Though the Australian bowling legend didn't directly say it, his remarks undeniably hinted that there was a possible case of spot-fixing - something that didn't go down well with cricket fans on social media. expecting Mark Waugh & Shane Warne to know a lot more about fixers than any of us or the current players . — SR3 (@sriniramadurai) January 18, 2021 Shane Warne back with his noob commentary? #AUSvIND — Jay (@bhavsarJ2_0) January 18, 2021 Good: Siraj's bouncer to Steve Smith Bad: Warne saying there is something fishy about Natarajan's no balls. Ridiculously good: Rishabh Pant singing - Spiderman, Spiderman , tuney churaya mere dil ka chain.#GoodBadRidiculous — Biswarup Ghatak (@BishOnTheRockz) January 18, 2021 So this cheater @ShaneWarne has the audacity of implying that @Natarajan_91 was trying to spot-fix!! I mean Warne huge fan of ur bowling prowess but don't shoot someone on air with no clue of what being sport means. Get ur ethics right! #AUSvsIND #INDvsAUS #INDvAUS — 🇮🇳pramil🇮🇳 (@DeeepFriedLife) January 18, 2021 I am utterly pissed off at @ShaneWarne for insinuating that not everything was right with T.Natarajan's no-balls. Really, Warne? You, the friend of Raj Kundra, you, the cheerleader for the team with sandpaper in their underwear? Give me a break. Shame on you. — Anand Kumar (@obelixtwit) January 18, 2021 View the full article
  10. The captain of the Australian Test team, Tim Paine is once again in the news despite trying his best to be at the top of his behaviour after facing flak following the Sydney Cricket Ground debacle during the third Test. During the fourth and final match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy however, the wicket-keeper batsman is under the microscope for taking some bad reviews against the on-field umpire’s judgement while hoping to get a wicket or two. Off the thigh pad, Australia lose a review. Good decision by Blocker #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/MMOZ8k6QbS — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021 On Day 3 of the Gabba Test, Paine’s first DRS review failed to go in their favour when he challenged the official’s call on a caught-behind appeal on Mayank Agarwal. Replays confirmed that the ball had not only rushed past the bat unscathed, the distance between the two was also significant. Later in the final session of the day, Paine went for yet another review that made everyone around him, including the commentators scratch their heads because it was even worse than the first one. That review didn't work Moving on #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/LAUPlYmDS8 — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021 After the dismissal of Shardul Thakur at the end of a phenomenal 67-run innings, came tailender Navdeep Saini. Off a short ball, Saini immediately pulled his bat and himself away from any chances of a potential connect and the delivery went into the gloves of the keeper. Despite no evident noise or diversion in the trajectory of the ball, Paine ended up taking the DRS after a brief conversation with Matthew Wade who was standing at short leg. Looking at the replays, cricket fans from either side of the rivalry are on the Aussie skipper’s case for desperately trying to work out a miracle and get rid of the Indian lower batting order. Desperate Review system (DRS) for tired Aussie — Amitesh anand (@amiteshnnd43) January 17, 2021Thats not review... thats frustration 🤣🤣 — De V (@vDeepak43) January 17, 2021 pic.twitter.com/qabBqmAAKN — Ashwin (@ashw__in) January 17, 2021After that I don't think you could believe anything Wade says ever again #whatwaswadethinking — Grant Turner (@GT8699) January 17, 2021Over the series, Paine has established a name for himself for being extremely bad with the DRS reviews and for unnecessarily questioning the judgement of the cricket officials when things did not go his way. Back in the penultimate Test, the captain was also fined 15 percent of his match fee for losing his cool against the umpire’s decision and losing a review against Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismissal. At the end of Team India’s first innings, the hosts lead by 33 runs and will look to extend it over the next couple of days. India will retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy if they win or draw the Brisbane Test while Australia need a win to get back the trophy. View the full article
  11. Day three of the fourth and final match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy at the Brisbane Cricket Ground has turned out to be a house of horror for the Indian cricket team as some of the top-tier batsmen gave up their wickets on avoidable shots. The nightmare began early on Day 2 when Rohit Sharma mistimed an unnecessary shot and lofted an easy catch in the secure hands of Mitchell Starc in the middle of the field, despite looking like a disciplined hitter until a ball ago. Sharma’s shot received so much criticism that the ‘Hitman’ ended up explaining himself in a video uploaded by the official Twitter handle of the BCCI. Rohit Sharma on his dismissal in the first innings at the Gabba Test.#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/aIReacNKmP — BCCI (@BCCI) January 16, 2021 The poor shot-selection stint continued to flow down to the middle order as skipper Ajinkya Rahane, who gave off a thick edge off a Starc delivery for Matthew Wade to get a comfortable catch in the slip. Mayank Agarwal, who found himself batting in the middle, also gave up his spot on the pitch for an edge on a ball that was going away from the stumps and did not require any disturbance from the batsman. Steve Smith juggles a hot chance at slip - and Australia have five Indian wickets! #OhWhatAFeeling@Toyota_Aus | #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/o93PJXA8BM — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021 And then there was the wicket of Rishabh Pant, arguably Team India’s last hope to salvage the first innings after all the other senior members of the team had failed to leave a mark and even he played an half-hearted shot that removed him from the crease. Cameron Green said he's never been a gully fielder ... well, he's not getting out of there any time soon! Live #AUSvIND: https://t.co/IzttOVtrUu pic.twitter.com/mdIo6lDGYp — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 17, 2021 The 67th over of India’s first innings saw Pant getting caught by surprise on a shot ball and the southpaw indecisively nudged the delivery and it flew into the massive hands of Cameroon Green who was standing in the gully, lurking around for an opportunity. The fans of the Indian cricket team are beyond enraged because of the extremely bad shots played by some of the biggest names of international cricket who play for the Men in Blue. Lock Pant, Rahane and Sharma in the bathroom for the rest of the innings #AUSvsIND — abhishek (@shadydivus) January 17, 2021Rohit Sharma’s shot off Lyon is down the pecking order now ...Rahane, Mayank and now Pant all out to very poor shots. #AUSvIND — Prem Mohanty (@philipbkk) January 17, 2021“Rohit Sharma’s shot off Lyon is down the pecking order now ...Rahane, Mayank and now Pant all out to very poor shots,” wrote Twitter user Prem Mohanty. Sigh :( Indian Batsmen have given away their wickets after doing all the hard work. Sharma, Rahane, Agarwal and Pant. All got starts and got out to avoidable shots. So frustrating #INDvsAUS #AUSvIND #GabbaTest — Aadit Kapadia આદિત કાપડિયા (@ask0704) January 17, 2021 “Sigh... Indian Batsmen have given away their wickets after doing all the hard work. Sharma, Rahane, Agarwal and Pant. All got starts and got out to avoidable shots. So frustrating,” wrote another user, Aadit Kapadia. View the full article
  12. The vice-captain of the Indian Test cricket team, Rohit Sharma has been criticised for lacking the patience to play a long and successful stint in Test cricket after the way he was dismissed in the first innings of the final Test match of the Border Gavaskar Trophy. After the inexperienced Indian bowling attack did well to restrict the second half of the Australian batting lineup on Day 2 and stopped the bleeding of runs on 369, it was time for our openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill to hustle for a strong partnership. It took the mighty Pat Cummins only two balls! The dangerous Shubman Gill is gone! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/Jmnq6qEFHd — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 16, 2021 However, an outside edge off a Pat Cummins took away Gill’s wicket and the series debutant had to go back to the pavilion for a cheap 7-run outing. Sharma, on the other hand, looked like one of the best batsmen to play for Team India during the ongoing series at this time. Having scored 44 runs off 74 deliveries, the ‘Hitman’ already had six fours under his belt. Probably trying to get to the 50-run mark in a hurry, Sharma ended up walking down the field and swinging for the fences. Unfortunately, the bat did not connect well and the ball was caught by Mitchell Starc successfully. Nathan Lyon's 397th Test wicket seemed to come out of nowhere and the Aussies were pumped! #OhWhatAFeeling #AUSvIND | @Toyota_Aus pic.twitter.com/rIhl4ZjbTu — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 16, 2021 Unable to gauge what was going on in Sharma’s mind, former Indian captain and legend Sunil Gavaskar ended up articulating every Indian fan’s emotions while on commentary. "You've just hit a Boundary a couple of Deliveries earlier, why would you play that shot? You're (Rohit Sharma) a senior player, there's no excuse,Absolutely no excuse for this shot. An unnecessary wicket, an unnecessary wicket, gifted away. Totally unnecessary." - Sunil Gavaskar — CricketMAN2 (@man4_cricket) January 16, 2021“You've just hit a Boundary a couple of Deliveries earlier, why would you play that shot? You're (Rohit Sharma) a senior player, there's no excuse,Absolutely no excuse for this shot. An unnecessary wicket, an unnecessary wicket, gifted away. Totally unnecessary," he said. Now, with rain ending Day 2 on an early note, Sharma finally gave a justification for the attempted slog to the media. Rohit Sharma (in ANI) said "I like to put pressure on the bowler once I am in, that is my role in the team. The run-scoring has been slightly difficult so someone needs to hand up & put pressure on the bowlers. I just did not connect the ball I loved to, it was unfortunate". — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) January 16, 2021 “I like to put pressure on the bowler once I am in, that is my role in the team. The run-scoring has been slightly difficult so someone needs to hand up & put pressure on the bowlers. I just did not connect the ball I loved to, it was unfortunate,” he told ANI. However, many Indian fans believe that Sharma was trying to play Test cricket like limited-overs cricket and were unconvinced with his reasoning. In other sense , he wants to say that he has been give the role of pinch hitter in test cricket, lol🤦‍♂️ — Hypocrite Not Anshuman (@AnshumaNot) January 16, 2021For putting pressure 6 rpo is more than enough, somebody tell him he isn't playing any LOI cricket, it is Test Cricket. — ```~_Saksham_~``` (@Its_SakshamR) January 16, 2021someone needs to tell him his job also is to stay longer in for india & score wth lesser risks-till virat come back atleast. he is t only senior who is able to score. this guy plays wth more responsibility in limited overs. here he is playing like with t responsibility of a pant. — naqshpa (@ntweet_55) January 16, 2021Shit excuse its not white ball and we were trailing runs so many — Starlord (@Star3600) January 16, 2021 View the full article
  13. For most of you, grooming perhaps is an extremely important part of your daily routine. However, that doesn’t mean skincare stays at the forefront. Just like your beard and shaving, your skin needs regular care too. For those of you who are new to skincare, it’s all about using the right ingredients to treat your skin problems. This means that before even beginning your journey, you need to identify your skin type. In case you already know your skin type, it’s time to move on to the next step - the right skincare ingredients for your skin type. Keep reading and improve your skin in a jiffy! How To Recognise Your Skin Type ?Before seeing the best skincare ingredients for your skin type, it’s important that you know what your skin type is. There are four major skin types - normal, dry, oily and combination skin. If your skin is oily overall and tends to become shiny very often, your skin type is oily. If your skin is dry and flakey, you have a dry skin type. If your skin is neither too dry nor too oily, you have normal skin. If your skin is oily in the T-zone and dry elsewhere, you have a combination skin. Now that you know your skin type, let’s go through the best skincare ingredients for your skin type. __ECOMLOOKS__2434__ __ECOMLOOKS__2435__ __ECOMLOOKS__2436__ __ECOMLOOKS__2437__ The Bottomline It’s very important to know your skin type and the best ingredients for your skin. Skincare is all about the right ingredients, so make sure to do your research well. We have mentioned the best ingredients for your skin type, however, there are thousands of more ingredients out there. All with different purposes and for different results. Go ahead and begin your skincare journey! Explore More View the full article
  14. When Rishabh Pant came to keep wickets, most fans of the Indian and Australian cricket teams were surprised to see his agility behind the stumps, considering he had suffered a massive injury on his left elbow mere days away and had undergone numerous scans. It was later seen that the 23-year-old had heavily padded his left arm and had to take medical assistance on the field on Day 1 of the Gabba Test at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. Another day of Test cricket, another injury concern for India. Rishabh Pant being looked at by the physio Watch Day 2 #AUSvIND on Fox Cricket or Kayo: https://t.co/h8zxySNI3z Live blog: https://t.co/hqARYyQVDh Match Centre: https://t.co/ApeG4HBAF0 pic.twitter.com/nKh3JNPeYD — Fox Cricket (@FoxCricket) January 16, 2021 However, for Australian cricketing legend Shane Warne, the biggest concern towards the Indian southpaw had nothing to do with his on-field game but with the kind of eyewear he was sporting during the session. The Gabba cameramen didn’t have to try too hard to take notice of Pant’s goggles with fluorescent rims as they were shining extra bright and quickly caught the attention of the ‘Spin King’ who was commentating on the game for Fox Sports. #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/Y6NY8kWGHj — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 15, 2021 “What do you think of those shades that Rishabh Pant is rocking Skull?” Warne asked Kerry O’ Keeffe. “Straight out of the service station?” “They are servos aren’t they?” O’Keeffe replied. “And he bought flowers as well. “No, they are not getting me. You would want them to get scratched so you can just put them in the bin. Making fun of Pant’s sunglasses, Warne did not realise that the supporters of the young Indian batsman were loading an arsenal of their own for a quick response and surely enough, images began to flow on social media. @MarkHoward03 some late entries into the SK Warne Sunglasses hall of Shame pic.twitter.com/Qj8NL33lfI — Heath Farnsworth (@farnsy1964) January 16, 2021Talking bad sunglasses are we @ShaneWarne? You really want to go there?#AUSvIND@FoxCricket @MarkHoward03 @gilly381 @BrettLee_58 pic.twitter.com/kEoHPZJnK1 — Freo ⚓ Pope (@FreoPope) January 16, 2021Shane Warne has called out Rishabh Pant for his sunglasses. Also Shane Warne:#AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/wV8z3cG1qD — bet365_aus (@bet365_aus) January 15, 2021Shane Warne having the gall to call out anyone's taste in sunglasses. pic.twitter.com/b1QjquKiJO — Laurie Horesh (@LaurieHoresh) January 15, 2021Shane Warne chipping Pant's sun glasses. Got a mirror there yeah yeah? pic.twitter.com/gWncjgbK7G — Todd Norbury OAM (Self isolation world champion) (@norbs) January 16, 2021 The fourth and final Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy brought along an early end to the second session of the first day as reports of a hail storm in Brisbane began to emerge. However, after some heavy rains for a little while, the covers were lifted, although the time to resume the game is still under speculation and subject to a pitch survey. By the end of the second session on Day 1, India were at 62/2 after 26 overs and trail by 307 runs in the first innings. Shubman Gill's early loss was followed by a disheartening end to Rohit Sharma’s innings, who is now being criticised for “throwing his wicket” to the Australian bowler Nathan Lyon. Sharma was looking steady while batting at 44 when he decided to go for a big shot but mistimed his shot and the ball ended in Mitchell Starc’s safe hands in the middle of the ground. View the full article
  15. Indian Test vice-captain Rohit Sharma was at 44 off 74 deliveries when he walked down the pitch to go for a maximum against a Nathan Lyon delivery in the 20th over of the first Indian batting innings at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, and ended up getting caught out at the hands of Mitchell Starc. After losing Shubman Gill quickly in the seventh over, the Men in Blue were still looking on pace to have a good day of Test cricket with a seemingly strong and steady partnership between Sharma and Test expert Cheteshwar Pujara, until the former decided to score in a hurry, couldn’t connect the bat properly and lofted an easy dolly in the middle of the greens. No.397 #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/CmK5ORsyqu — cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 16, 2021 Ever since Sharma joined Ajinkya Rahane and the Indian batting lineup following a 14-day quarantine in Sydney before the third Test, Sharma has batted in three innings, and his best performance (52) came in the second innings at the Sydney Cricket Ground. It is also interesting to note that on all three occasions, Sharma was dismissed by one of the Australian fielders catching him out. And now, the ‘Hitman’ is being criticised for unnecessarily going for a big shot and practically throwing his wicket, thereby causing a huge blow to the already struggling Team India at the Gabba. Sunil Gavaskar rips into Rohit Sharma for 'irresponsible' shot, why, why he wails as Rohit holes out to Starc at long on off the cagey Lyon for 44. India 2-60 as Rahane joins Pujara. #AUSvIND — Robert Smith (@OnyaDon) January 16, 2021What a fuckall shot selection from Rohit Sharma. There was at least a 150 for the taking. Just stat pad FFS on this wicket. #AUSvsIND #GabbaTest — Sathyanarayanan Sridhar (@TheDewFactor) January 16, 2021Rohit Sharma throwing his wicket away yet again. Too good to be doing that! #LoveWatchingHimBat — Amir Jeena (@Jeenz7) January 16, 2021What a disastrous shot to play. All set on 44 and getting easy runs without an element of risk. Needless and reckless by Rohit Sharma has put India on the back foot. #AUSvsIND #AUSvIND — Saurav Vaish™ (@sauravkvaish) January 16, 2021 The penultimate Test at SCG was the first international red-ball match for Sharma in almost one year. Fans and a few analysts were already sceptical about his inclusion in the Playing XI, considering his unimpressive average of 26 runs per game in the longest format of the game ahead of the 2020-2021 Border Gavaskar Trophy. Another reason for the Men in Blue to worry about is that Sharma limped in a quick moment just after hitting the shot that got him out. Ahead of the series, the Nagpur-born was struggling with a hamstring injury that he’d picked up during the 2020 season of the Indian Premier League. Team India is already crippled with the number of injured top-tier cricketers being in double digits now and Rahane has been finding it extremely difficult lately to even come up with a decent Playing XI. With an innings and a half still left in the tied series, Sharma’s potential injury could be a massive blow to the team. View the full article
  16. A couple of weeks ago, ahead of the Sydney Test Australian Pacer Mitchell Starc and wicket-keeper batswoman Alyssa Healy talked about an incredible encounter with Virat Kohli over a decade ago, in a YouTube video. “Ellyse Perry and I were sitting there and this guy wandered over to us, this young Indian guy. He didn’t introduce himself. He said ‘hello, how are you?’ and then he said ‘I am the next big thing in Indian cricket’,” said Healy in the video. At the time, the two Australian cricketers had taken that Indian cricketer’s words jokingly and simply laughed it off but clearly he meant every bit of it. “It was Virat Kohli,” Healy added. “I have never been able to confirm that story but I swear to god that that was Virat.” And even though the Australian cricketer left us with an unconfirmed story in that video, asking Kohli to reaffirm her memory, yet another source, closer to home also told the same story to his followers. In yet another YouTube video, Ravichandran Ashwin told the exact same story to his subscribers. “That tournament was a quadrangular series… The who’s who, the later superstars of world cricket played in that competition. Right after the series was over, there was a dinner and get-together,” Ashwin said. “At that time, Virat went and introduced himself to Alyssa Healy. He said ‘Hi, this is Virat Kohli. The next big thing in Indian cricket’,” added the Indian allrounder while talking about the memory he has from that tour. View the full article
  17. 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
  18. An Indian restaurant in the UK launched a samosa into space. Unbelievable, but true! Chai Walla, a popular and top-ranked restaurant in Bath, UK, set out on a space mission and was successful in just three tries. Niraj Gadher, the owner of the Chai Walla eatery, said he wanted to spread some cheer in his area, so he came up with this strange yet exciting mission of sending a samosa into space, according to news website UPI. "I said as a joke once that I would send a samosa into space, and then I thought during this bleak times we could all use a reason to laugh," Mr Gadher told Somerset Live. © iStock The restaurant took the help of helium balloons to launch the famous Indian street delicacy into space. It took three attempts to get it right. With a mission unheard of like this one, glitches were inevitable. With the first attempt, the helium balloons slipped from his hands. "The second time we didn't have enough helium, but we got there on the third time," he said after two failed attempts. The restaurant successfully managed to send a samosa into space for a brief while before it crash-landed in France. There is a video circulating on the internet that shows Mr Gadher and his friends launching the samosa into space after fastening it to a weather balloon with a GoPro camera and a GPS tracker to track its progress. The restaurant launched the samosa and tracked its progress. In terms of the samosa's journey, the GPS initially malfunctioned when the balloon rose high up in space. Incidentally, the next day it descended down and it was revealed that the samosa had crash-landed in France. This then led to an area-wide hunt for the samosa in the region where it had landed. Instagram user by the name of Axel Mathon found the samosa in a field in Picardie. "Really until I got here, I couldn't believe it," he told a local news website. "And actually when I looked up I saw the burst helium balloon in the trees. and I found this polystyrene box well packed. It was a bit like a treasure hunt, I thought it was crazy!" Clearly, a samosa's journey to space was enough to get everyone together. View the full article
  19. The Indian troops deliberately targeted the civilian population with mortars and automatics, says ISPR
  20. A case been registered against the suspects and legal proceedings have started, says Customs official
  21. Pakistan to reply to "India's state terrorism" with "desire for peace," says FO spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri
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