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  1. It is a well known fact that the Board of Control for Cricket in India or the BCCI is the biggest cash cow for the International Cricket Council. According to a Hindustan Times report, the Indian cricket board is the source of roughly 70% of the total revenue ICC earns annually, so it is but natural for them to keep BCCI in a happy place and put them on a pedestal. There have been various incidents when despite BCCI's unreasonable demands which gravely costs all the other members of the international board, ICC has nodded its head in agreement, the 'Big Three Financial model' being probably one of the biggest measures. According to this model, a major chunk of the ICC's profits will go to the cricket boards of India, Australia and England because of a simple reason that they bring in the most money. So on a base level, it can be said that the ICC is a puppet and BCCI, the puppeteer. Now, the question is whether the Indian cricket team is taking undue advantage of BCCI's power in the international organisation? According to what happened at the press conference yesterday, it sure feels that way. Two days ahead of the Indian cricket team's World Cup 2019 opening game against South Africa, the media manager of the squad decided to send a couple of their net bowlers, Deepak Chahar and Avesh Khan to the press conference instead of the head coach, Ravi Shastri or any senior member of the roster, as the rest of the teams have been doing. © Reuters The awaiting journalists were livid and decided to boycott the interaction altogether because they felt it was not fair for the media and the two young athletes to have a conversation about playing squad as they had no authority to answer team related questions. What further enraged the senior members of the press fraternity was the reason that the media manager gave for the absence of a relevant representative. According to him, the younger cricketers were brought to the fore because India didn't start their World Cup campaign yet. Similar situation had occurred during the previous ICC World Cup in 2015 when only skipper MS Dhoni used to be present at the media interactions post-games despite other people being the best performers. These performers were then only interviewed exclusively by the official website of the BCCI. © Reuters Not only does this show how casually Team India has been taking the ICC, but it also shows how little they care about the honour of being one of the teams to be participating in the World Cup and the media.
  2. There are more than 8,000 sports in the world that keep people engaged while they are not sitting in a rather uncomfortable office chair, hurting their eyes in front of a screen full of pixels. To quote the robot from the second season of Love, Death + Robots, “bouncing things were close to maxing out their (humans) cognitive range”. While you would not be too familiar with sports like 360ball, Apo-Apo and Basketrun, there are some games that are holding the reign of being the most followed sports all around the world. Here's a list of top five such sports: 5. Volleyball - 900 Million Fans #FlashbackFriday to the 2018 #VNL, when Argentina's ð¦ð· Santiago Danani @santidanani said NO! to Poland's ðµð± Aleksander Sliwka! ð Keep up with the 2019 VNL here: https://t.co/4a7AQS4gWP #VNL #BePartofTheGame pic.twitter.com/Ok0KcOzrc6 — Volleyball World (@FIVBVolleyball) April 5, 2019 Hailing from the lands of Western Europe and the United States, the game of volleyball has gathered massive fan following in the past couple of decades. With more than 900 million fans, the game involves characteristics of sports like basketball and tennis. With the growing popularity of the game in India, new leagues such as 'Pro Volleyball League' are making their way into the Indian market with hopes of massive viewership in the next few years. 4. Tennis - 1 Billion Fans Sad we couldn't face off in another epic matchup, but hopefully we have a few more to come. Get better soon Rafa. #Fedal pic.twitter.com/56wGwWjEGt — Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) March 16, 2019 Lawn tennis or tennis is truly a global sport. With individual talents like Roger Federer, Novak Djokowic, Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, all coming from different countries and making it big on an international level, the game's popularity had to grow exponentially all over the globe. Thanks to athletes like Leander Paes, Mahesh Bhupati and Sania Mirza, the game was able to create a significant space for itself in the hearts of the sports enthusiasts of the nation. 3. Field Hockey - 2 Billion Fans UNBELIEVABLE! ð±ð± It's raining goals in Kuala Lumpur! Nikki joins the party with a fine flick in the 55th minute of the match! MAS 0-5 IND#IndiaKaGame #MASvIND pic.twitter.com/LeyTsfZqSG — Hockey India (@TheHockeyIndia) April 6, 2019 Coming in at the third rank, field hockey enjoys popularity amongst two billion people of the world. With near about equal fans in Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia, the game originated in England in the late 1800s and traits of football are clearly evident in the sport. Being the national sport of India, hockey obviously has a huge fan-following in the country. In the process of regaining the level of popularity it enjoyed during the days of fine athletes like Dhyan Chand, India has dominated hockey over eight Olympic gold medals. 2. Cricket - 2.5 Billion Fans #OnThisDay five years ago, @imvKohli played one of his great chasing T20 innings to defeat South Africa in the #T20WorldCup semi-finals! Click below to watch the full match highlights! ð — ICC T20 World Cup (@T20WorldCup) April 4, 2019 It does not get any more 'English' than this. With its origin traced back to the 16th century in the Queen's land, cricket was a sport of the people who belonged to the higher bracket of the society. With a following of 2.5 billion people, a majority of which comes from the UK and the Commonwealth countries, the “gentleman's game” is the second most popular game in the world. India does not consider cricket as a mere game. It is a religion here and probably one of the most lucrative businesses too. Pioneers like Lala Amarnath and Sachin Tendulkar were the reason for this game turning into a drug for Indians and modern day athletes like Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni continue to carry on with their legacy. 1. Football (Soccer) - 4 Billion Fans Pensar em grande ðµð¹ð pic.twitter.com/08MMNZx3w7 — Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) March 23, 2019 Like there was any doubt about which sport would lead the list. Football, which if called 'soccer' anywhere in the world other than the States could lead to a brutal case of homicide, is the most favoured sport for a population of 4 billion people across the planet. Literally more than half the earthlings follow football. With legends of different eras continuing to keep the fame attached with the sport at its pinnacle, athletes like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the stars of the present. Only second to cricket, football boasts an enormous following in India. Having lost the momentum for quite the stint, football is regaining popularity in the country thanks to tournaments like Indian Super League and I-league. Having recently moving up to the 101st rank on FIFA's rankings, players like Sunil Chhetri and Gurpreet Singh Sandhu have become national favourites.
  3. While we're used to reading all sorts of bizarre happenstances from across the world, we have amidst us one more from the continent of Africa. A politician from Nigeria claims that people from his country are ordering pizzas from London and having them flown to Nigeria, which is about 4,000 miles, via British Airways. Which means they get over their pizza fetish by placing orders internationally, and here we're still waiting for our lunch we ordered almost 45 minutes ago! © Pinterest The Agriculture minister Audu Ogbeh has made a statement saying Nigeria is too dependent on foreign imports, which are primarily seen as a status symbol by most families in the country. So according to him, people in Nigeria, well most of them, consume imported products like rice, wheat, tomato paste, just to procure a status symbol they can live up to. 'They buy (pizza) in London, they bring it on British Airways in the morning to pick up at the airport,' the Agriculture minister mentioned in an interview with a foreign publication. © Pinterest He further criticised the locals for ordering anything from overseas as he claims it's an ostentatious display of status and class and the fact that only they can afford to import certain products from outside the country. 'It is a very annoying situation and we have to move a lot faster in cutting down some of these things,' he added. Of course foreign exports are harming the Nigerian economy in general and the government is trying to cut down on foreign imports as much as possible. Nigeria is primarily becoming a nation of importers and most imports go to the rich folk, who knowingly treat it as a novelty. © Twitter "The farmers are losing money because the processors do not have enough funds to set up factories." Ogbeh added in his interview. Well, that explains why Nigeria strongly needs to import. But come on, pizzas? How much money does pizza dough require anyway? And wouldn't fuel charges be a lot higher than making pizzas in the country itself? Something to think about, I think. The locals think the Agriculture Minister's claim is absolute rubbish though: Do you blame them? When our politicians are tired of the bread and stew many of our local pizzerias are serving nko.ð¤£ð¤£ð¤£ -#Repost Some Nigerians use their phones to import pizza from London - Minister for Agriculture, #AuduOgbeh credit: @instablog9ja pic.twitter.com/T1jmCi7dGf — Daddy Freeze (@DaddyFRZ) 27 March 2019 I still can't believe Audu Ogbeh, like we don't have pressing nutrition and food security problems — Adesuwa (@TobyDonut) 28 March 2019 Hear the Honorable Minister for Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, state that Nigerians use their CELLPHONES to order pizza from London. We must resist any attempt or group of attempts to order int'l pizza. QED! This madness must stop . â¦@DoubleEphâ© â¦@Gidi_Trafficâ© pic.twitter.com/NKRIM0glgF — Charles Emuze (@coemuze) 27 March 2019 Just ordered a pizza from Domino's Pizza, London, and I was assured I'll get it in the next 10hrs via British Airways. I just hope the Minister for Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, wasn't lying. I've always wanted to have pizza from London. — No Trace (@DemGoTyre) 28 March 2019 While, we're not sure what is happening in Nigeria and how many hungry Nigerians are ordering pizza from halfway across the world, we surely do see the humour in this and we hope they get a Dominos soon enough.
  4. This is the support topic for the tutorial How to register with facebook ID and status updates.. 03/29/2016 12:47 PM = The date the tutorial was added 03/29/2016 12:47 PM = The date the tutorial was updated Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
  5. Diljit Dosanjh is one of those rare celebrities who despite being delightfully down to earth and charmingly rustic, has managed to take his style game to such dizzying heights, that he now effortlessly counts as an international style icon. From embracing the most hypebeast-y of outfits to sporting the most talked about brands in the international fashion scene, Paaji clearly knows how it's done. Here are 8 pictures that support our claim. 1. When neither the rough wilderness nor the uber-futuristic car stood a chance in front of Diljit's multicoloured camo ensemble. © Instagram 2. Who else can make athleisure look as royal as Diljit is, here? It helps that it's all Gucci, but that's a different conversation (winks). © Instagram 3. Black and white can make the boldest of statements. Don't you just love the bag? © Instagram 4. Diljit knows how to do complete justice to the Barocco pattern by Versace. Not an easy print to pull off, we must say! © Instagram 5. Under normal circumstances, we'd advise everyone to steer clear of green overalls. But look at him go! Also, those shoes are everything. © Instagram 6. A pinstriped double-vested suit with a matching turban - if this doesn't make the ladies go weak in the knees, we don't know what would. © Instagram 7. If anyone needs a lesson on how to transform an outfit with accessories, they should consult Mr Dosanjh. © Instagram 8. Colourblocking is in, but it can be a bit of a challenge to pull off, unless of course, you're Diljit Dosanjh. © Instagram
  6. This is the support topic for the tutorial How to change forum theme(skin). 11/26/2016 04:59 PM = The date the tutorial was added 11/26/2016 04:59 PM = The date the tutorial was updated Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
  7. This is the support topic for the tutorial How to share Statuses or Topics in Facebook. 04/18/2016 04:57 PM = The date the tutorial was added 04/18/2016 04:57 PM = The date the tutorial was updated Please post here if you have any questions or feedback.
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