Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev spoke at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit. Speaking on the future of test cricket, he said that test cricket should not be allowed to die. He added that certain modifications and changes can be brought about but if the longest format of the game dies then the ICC has done a bad job. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev spoke on the money in cricket in the present day and said that this is a good thing for the players. Speaking at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, Kapil Dev said that it is an incentive and added that cricketers need to be taught how to handle the finances responsibly. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev spoke at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit. The former all-rounder explained what difference the colour of the ball makes for bowlers. He said that the most important thing is the wrist placement. He said that the most basic thing for a fast bowler is the ability to swing the ball. Watch the full video for all the details.
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Bowling Coach of Indian Cricket Team, Bharat Arun said, "We had formed this 5-bowler theory five years ago and on most occasion, we played woth five bowlers abroad... So, in team's opinion Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri were extremely firmed that we need to play with 5 bowlers to be successful abroad. The guiding principle of this team was being fearless and being honest. So in persuade of excellence, we're not scared or not in fear of losing games... During the last test match, there were discussions of having extra batsman but it could have given negative impact on all of us. We knew, Washington Sundar due to his past records that he's good at bat and then we said lets go with 5 bowlers."
Ajinkya Rahane returned home after leading India to a historic Test series win Down Under. The stand-in skipper landed in Mumbai and received a hero's welcome on his arrival. A huge number of cricket fans gathered on the Mumbai streets to cheer for Rahane. Flowers were showered on him while dhol and trumpets made it a festive atmosphere. Rahane took over the captaincy after Virat Kohli returned home on paternity leave. Under Rahane's leadership India achieved a historic series win in Australia. India came back from 0-1 down to take the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1.
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Actor Anushka Sharma and cricketer Virat Kohli were spotted out and about in Mumbai on Thursday. This is the first time they have been seen since welcoming their baby daughter on January 11. The celeb couple were on their way to a doctor's clinic as they were clicked by paparazzi. Anushka, who was seen in blue denim shirt and matching jeans, also thanked the paparazzi for respecting their request. Anushka and Virat had requested the media not to click or publish pictures of their daughter. Announcing the baby girl's birth, Virat had shared a note on social media on January 11.
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T. Natarajan, one of the gems from 'Men in Blue' who clinched the historic glory at in Australia, received a king like welcome at his native village in Salem district. Sitting on a royal chariot, Natarajan humbly thanked everyone for the grand and warm welcome. India retained the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by beating Australia 2-1. On Tuesday, Australia's fortress -- The Gabba -- was finally breached. It took 32 years and two months, but the unthinkable was achieved as an injury-ravaged young Indian team beat Australia by three wickets against all odds to take the series 2-1.