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  1. Kanye West has been replaced as a headliner by The Weeknd and Swedish House Mafia, Coachella announced
  2. Nick Jonas will join the competition series 'Dancing With Myself' alongside Liza Koshy, Shakira
  3. Australian all-rounder James Faulkner announced to pull out of PSL 2022, accusing PCB of not fulfilling contractual obligations
  4. Australian all-rounder James Faulkner announced to pull out of PSL 2022, accusing PCB of not fulfilling contractual obligations
  5. Gautam Adani ranks first among top 10 wealthiest people in Asia and India, with a net worth of roughly $600 million more than Ambani
  6. Shahid Afridi is not available for the Gladiators as he is undergoing seven-day isolation
  7. With Rohit Sharma taking over as ODI captain for India's forthcoming tour of South Africa, the Indian cricket team is set to enter a new era. Virat Kohli has been replaced in the role by Rohit Sharma. Kohli had previously said that he would step down as India's T20 captain after the 2021 World Cup, with Rohit leading the team. While Kohli has stated that he has no plans to stand down as ODI captain, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to only have one white-ball captain. View this post on Instagram While Rohit's elevation to ODI skipper was announced by the BCCI, the top body has yet to name a vice-captain for the Indian team in the 50-over format. Three players that potentially be Rohit's deputy are: KL Rahul View this post on Instagram When the squad for the three-match T20I home series against New Zealand was announced, KL Rahul was picked as Rohit's deputy. With the BCCI suggesting that the two white-ball formats should have the same leadership group, KL being the vice-captain in ODI cricket looks like an easy pick. Furthermore, he is certainly the opener for the side in both T20I and ODI cricket, and he has previous expertise, having captained the Punjab Kings (PBKS) in the Indian Premier League for the past two years. Rishabh Pant View this post on Instagram Given the aging of both Rohit and Virat, as well as Rahul's age, Indian cricket may opt to invest in a younger vice-captain and prepare him for leadership duties after the 2023 ODI World Cup. Rishabh Pant is the ideal pick for the post if the BCCI decides to go that route, as he is likely to wear the gloves for Team India in all three forms for an extended length of time. Pant is now a lock to captain the Delhi Capitals (DC) in the IPL 2022, and being a wicket-keeper gives him an advantage in the captaincy contest. Jasprit Bumrah View this post on Instagram With Australia opting to make a fast-bowler, Pat Cummins, the captain of their Test team, India only has one option to follow suit. Jasprit Bumrah, one of the team's most seasoned players and the Men in Blue's most consistent performer in recent years, is a plausible choice for a leadership post. Bumrah has been coaching young Indian bowlers, and his calm and collected manner makes him a perfect candidate for the job. View the full article
  8. The president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly is all set to replace Anil Kumble as the next chair of the Men’s Cricket Committee in the International Cricket Council (ICC), according to reports. Before Ganguly’s appointment as the chair, Kumble was trusted with this responsibility back in 2012, replacing the West Indies legend Clive Lloyd. The Indian spinning maestro was later reappointed in 2016 for a second successive term. In March 2019, Kumble started his third and final term, which is coming to an end in 2021, spanning a time period of nine successful years. JUST IN: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has been appointed as the chair of the ICC men’s cricket committee. He succeeds Anil Kumble, who stepped down after having served the maximum of three three-year terms pic.twitter.com/srOrIVISWx — ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) November 17, 2021 In his stead, Ganguly, who was an observer, a rather smaller role within the ICC, is now being promoted to the position of the committee chair. According to media reports, one of the key duties that the former Indian skipper will have to look after is to maintain the rules and regulations of the game across all cricket-playing countries. Over the years as the BCCI president, Ganguly has proven that he was not only a great leader on the field but also in the administrative department. Having taken some really progressive steps such as bringing Pink Ball Tests to India, revamping the image of the National Cricket Academy alongside Rahul Dravid and increasing the average salary of domestic level cricketers, Dada has managed to leave a mark for himself. View this post on Instagram It is arguably because of his excellence in the administrative and managerial roles that the ICC decided to promote him with the global body. However, not everyone is equally happy to see the organisation getting dominated by Indian names. Truly making it an Indian Cricket Council... — Aşkim Rumi (@Askim_Rumi) November 17, 2021Is this the Indian Cricket Council?? Oh, sorry, my mistake.. — Ralston Grose (@RGrose75) November 17, 2021BCCI = ICC — Hania Ali YT (@Bye_billu) November 17, 2021It's a kingdom without democracy @ICC run by @BCCI as we all know...ability and qualifications are not important, just celebrity..like bollywood... — Simon Bach (@BachSimon) November 17, 2021The position is for Indians I suppose — Kudzanai Musarurwa (@kudzimusar) November 17, 2021 Another Great News For The BCCI While Ganguly’s appointment as the new Committee Chair is a reason to be proud of how far Indian cricket has come, there is yet another reason for the Indian cricket board to feel good. The ICC has agreed to take over the BCCI’s tax responsibilities for hosting three ICC tournaments on home turf in the years to come. India are set to look after the T20 World Cup 2026 in collaboration with Sri Lanka, the 2029 Champions Trophy and the 2031 ODI World Cup in association with Bangladesh as well. #Cricket #BCCI@BCCI to save Rs 1500 crore in taxes for 3 @ICC events in 2024-31 cycle #ICC agrees to bear the burden; US, Namibia, Pakistan get events too; @SGanguly99 chairman of cricket committee Details https://t.co/LZ94XRA0IQ pic.twitter.com/mC2vj79R2B — TOI Sports (@toisports) November 17, 2021 While hosting events is a great responsibility, paying the heavy taxes to the government is an equally big pain and the ICC has agreed to shoulder those expenses, just like it does for all the other hosting nations. “Every other cricket board gets tax exemptions from their government. But BCCI can’t expect the central government to bend its laws for us. Hence, all the members felt that the ICC should bear the damages. Anyway, BCCI generates the heaviest revenues by hosting events in India. The BCCI will not have to suffer any cuts from the ICC’s revenue pool,” a top BCCI official stated. This could help the Indian cricket board save at least Rs. 1500 crore over the three tournaments they will be hosting. View the full article
  9. On Wednesday, the Marylebone Cricket Club confirmed to have changed terms like ‘batsman’ and ‘batsmen’ to more gender-neutral terms like ‘batter’ and ‘batters’ in the ‘Laws of Cricket’ in order to show their support towards making the game more universal and inclusive at its very base. Jamie Cox, Assistant Secretary (Cricket and Operations) at MCC said: “MCC believes in cricket being a game for all and this move recognises the changing landscape of the game in modern times." MCC to use gender-neutral terms like "batter" instead of "batsman" pic.twitter.com/VK4GtgN2lD — cricketwebs (@cricketwebs_com) September 23, 2021 “Use of the term “batter” is a natural evolution in our shared cricketing language and the terminology has already been adopted by many of those involved in the sport. It is the right time for this adjustment to be recognised formally and we are delighted, as the Guardians of the Laws, to announce these changes today.” In the last five years, women’s cricket has seen an incredible rise in popularity all over the world. From the T20 World Cup in 2017 between India and England at the Lord’s cricket ground to the 2020 T20 World Cup in Melbourne between India and Australia, all the big matches took place in front of capacity crowds. 86,174 - On this day in 2020 the Women's T20 World Cup Final at the @MCG set the record for the largest crowd ever at a women's sporting event in Australia with 86,174 spectators as @AusWomenCricket ran out to an 85 run victory over India on the day. Hers. pic.twitter.com/masuk74sTC — OptaJason (@OptaJason) March 7, 2021 Additionally, earlier this year, the opening match of The Hundred tournament in England also saw a new record for viewings for a domestic women’s cricket match in the country as over 17,116 people tuned in to watch the game. With more and more media houses, publications and commentators beginning to use gender-neutral terms while talking cricket, it was about time that the official copy of cricket laws changed their view on the issue as well. Having said that, not a lot of people are sure about the magnitude of impact such a change will make on the cricketing scenario at an international level. Great news. Will really help to get more girls and women playing the glorious game — Abi Holloway (@AbiH) September 22, 2021Will it? — Paul Compton (@oggycompton) September 22, 2021Nah, more funding at the grassroots and coverage of the women’s game will thoug, I think. — Vivek (@Writer_thoth) September 22, 2021What a fucking load of bollocks. Only time I want to hear batter is on my sausage https://t.co/VzuJHzb06v — Wilson (@WilsonNotLuke) September 23, 2021every sport should do this not because it actually matters i just like seeing the boomers whine about it https://t.co/sls0PRn5fw — jordan (@notcodyware) September 22, 2021I think this is a good idea. It shows cricket it willing to change (even if it is quite a small change) to make sure women feel more included in the game https://t.co/rOcd2rcIuf — Anna (@mabelisadog) September 22, 2021Having said that, there are some other words that are used in day-to-day cricketing language such as ‘third man’ and ‘nightwatchman’. Many asked about whether these will also be changed to gender-neutral terms like ‘third person’ or ‘nightwatchperson’. To which, MCC responded with another tweet: The fielding position ‘third man’, along with other cricketing terms like ‘nightwatchman’ and ‘12th Man’ are not included in the Laws, and so any changes to such terms are outside of MCC’s control as Guardians of the Laws. — Marylebone Cricket Club (@MCCOfficial) September 22, 2021 “The fielding position ‘third man’, along with other cricketing terms like ‘nightwatchman’ and ‘12th Man’ are not included in the Laws, and so any changes to such terms are outside of MCC’s control as Guardians of the Laws,” they wrote. View the full article
  10. Female employees in Kabul say they have been trying to come to work for several weeks only to be told to return home
  11. Newly appointed spokesperson has held several positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and missions abroad
  12. Nestlé Pakistan became the first food and beverage company in Pakistan to introduce paper straws across its ready-to-drink products, an initiative that will eliminate 400 million plastic straws annually.Marking a breakthrough in its sustainable packaging transformation journey, the...
  13. Changes in bureaucratic structure were expected after Shaukat Tarin's appointment as foreign minister but not before budget, say sources
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