New Delhi: Recently, Sachin Tendulkar has been seen on television flaunting a new hairstyle. This started a conversation among social networking site users. Some are of the opinion that Sachin looks good in this new hairstyle while others want to see his old hairstyle back.
Sachin Tendulkar has never been seen in any hairstyle other than his usual curly locks since the beginning of his career. This hairstyle became so associated with the cricketer that cartoonist used curls only to show Sachin Tendulkar.
After struggling to make his way out from the Chandigarh Airport where a media contingent and eager fans made it difficult for him and other passengers from the same flight to exit, Yuvraj Singh reached his duplex home on May 1 in Mani Majra in a Mercedes car.
Returning to Chandigarh for the first time after coming back from the US where he had received chemotherapy for a germ cell cancer in his chest, Yuvraj, speaking in his usual laid back manner, said it was good to be back home.
New Delhi: Rajiv Shukla, the Chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has rejected the media reports that the cricket tournament's popularity has gone down, saying that the IPL 5 will be a super success.
Speaking to Karan Thapar on Devil's advocate, he said that the BCCI has taken steps to ensure that the injured players are treated properly.
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New Delhi: Cricket Australia is under fire for the boundary line advertising featuring "Kamla Pasand" during the matches between India and Australia as the product involves tobacco.
Following complaints that "Kamla Pasand" is a product by a company that also produces chewing tobacco, the Australian Federal Health Department launched an investigation into the boundary line advertisements in Hindi during the Test series, Twenty20 matches and the first ODI of the tri-series.
CNN-IBN's cricket experts Harsha Bhogle and Sanjay Manjrekar shared their views on the upcoming India-Australia series.
In a statement, Nimbus claimed that it has "acted in compliance of its contractual obligations" with the BCCI.
DRS: Directly Rajdeep Sardesai in the first installment of his new fortnightly column, CNN-IBN's Editor-in-Chief presents his ideas on how to attract fans to Test cricket.
India opener Virender Sehwag is looking forward to play alongside exciting new, young talent in the Tests against West Indies.
Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif face charges of conspiracy to cheat and to obtain and accept corrupt payments.