Robin Uthappa top-scored with 70 as Pune Warriors India (PWI) reached 182 for six in 20 overs against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in their Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Opening batsman Uthappa smashed 70 while Jesse Ryder and Marlon Samuels scored 34 each. Local boy Vinay Kumar picked up two for 34.
Uthappa had a reprieve when he tried to sweep left-arm spinner KP Appanna and TV replays showed that ball jumped off his gloves to be caught by AB de Villiers. The umpire however gave him not out and the next ball was dispatched into the deep mid-wicket stand.
1978 film Khatta Meetha was directed by Basu Chatterjee. The film stars Ashok Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Bindiya Goswami, Pearl Padamsee, David Abraham Cheulkar, Ranjit Chowdhry, Preeti Ganguly, Deven Verma, Pradeep Kumar and Iftekhar.
The music of the film was given by the famous Rajesh Roshan.
The film's plot is loosely based on Yours, Mine and Ours (1968), starring Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda and Van Johnson.
Whoever watched the Indian premier Leageu (IPL) 2012 opening ceremony on Tuesday woulad agree that the ceremony failed to match the hype created earlier by media.
Although there was no dearth of star power with megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Priyanka Chopra, Prabhudeva attending the opening nite, it still drew a lacklustre response from the nearly 15,000 spectators who had gathered at the YMCA College of Physical Education here.
Even the attempts by the hosts to cheer up the crowd failed to enthuse the audience who were subjected to a typical Bollywood style entertainment but without much verve and spirit.
Amitabh, returning to work after two abdominal surgeries earlier this year, started the proceedings for the evening with
New Zealand’s young cricketer Kane Williamson struck his only second century of his career in the third and final Test against South Africa to help his side force a draw against the dominant South African side in Wellington.
Williamson, batting at four in place of the injured skipper Ross Taylor, survived a painful strike in the groin and at least four edges behind the stumps including a low catch claimed by Alviro Petersen at point.
The 21-year-old right-handed batsman spent 327 minutes at the crease and faces 228 balls for his knock of 102, which included nine boundaries.
Williamson is one of the prominent and more popular cricketing figures to have emerged in the New Zealand side. He played his debut Test in 2010
Elated after scoring hundredth ton, Sachin Tendulkar said though it was mentally tough for him to reach the much talked-about milestone, it was dream come true.
An ecstatic Tendulkar said in an interview, "It hasn't sunk in but I have definitely lost about 50kg," the iconic batsman joked when asked whether the feeling has sunk after getting to a milestone that may never be emulated.
"Obviously I can't think anything at this stage. It has been a tough phase for me. Especially tough as I was doing reasonably well in Australia but felt that at times was a little luckless," he added.
Even in his personal moment of glory, the diminutive batsman stressed on how significant it was for him that his effort contributes to the
Asian heavyweights Sri Lanka and Pakistan face off in a crucial tie of Asia Cup on Thursday at Mirpur.
Considering Sri Lanka’s desperation to win and Pakistan’s unpredictability, the Thursday tie is anticipated to be a mouth-watering contest.
With the internet user base growing day by day, the concept of watching the matches live on your laptop/desktop has taken a massive step. People do multi-tasking even without being in front of the television set. Because of the demand there are several sites which stream cricket matches on the net. But not all of them are authentic. Some take you into other domains while some make you click hundreds of links without taking you to the streaming page.
Days after the Chennai Rhinos won the Celebrity Cricket League (CCL), Kollywood director Seenuramasamy has expressed his unhappiness with the tournament.
Apparently, the director has cast Vishnu, a key player in the Chennai side, as the lead hero in his next fim, Neer Paravai. However, the actor suffered a serious injury in the final while batting, which is likely to keep him out of action for the next six weeks. This means the director will have to delay the film’s shooting.
Vishnu tweeted, “Don't know whether to feel sad about getting hit or happy about winning. But we won and that's more important."
A miffed Senu said, "Already, I have lost valuable days of shooting due to the wage issue between FEFSI and the
East Zone have never won the prestigious Duleep Trophy in last fifty years. But things appear this time.
East Zone have had a good run in the two matches that they have played beating West Zone outright and then managing a win against North by virtue of first innings lead.
Central, on the other hand, beat South Zone by first innings lead to make it to the title round.
An interesting duel within the main battle can be expected when the highest run-getter in the current domestic season Robin Bist squares off against the highest wicket-taker Ashok Dinda.
Also the final is important from Indian team’s selection point of view as the the national selectors would be watching the proceedings would surely keep a tab on the