Model Poonam Pandey, who made headlines by posting her semi-nude photographs supposedly to motivate the beleaguered Team India, Tweeted her pictures celebrating Holi.
The 19-year-old posted on Twitter. “#NewPic Tweethearts!! whtz ur Plan for this HOLI … Mineu will Experience it soon! (sic)” tweets Poonam. Looks like the wannabe starlet is all set raise the mercury with her dangerously raunchy and daringly colourful acts in the days to come. With that, we’re sure netizens are gonna have a ‘happy Holi’!
Poonam shot to limelight when she made statement to strip for the Indian team if they win the 2011 World Cup. But the controversial model did not strip despite India’s success. Later, she claimed that she will
Ailing Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh got a surprise visit by Indian spin legend Anil Kumble in the United States of America.
Yuvraj, who is undergoing chemotherapy at Boston for a rare type of tumour tweeted on the micro-blogging site, “It was so nice of jumbo to surprise me ! Great motivation and a happy day spent with the legend !”
The 30-year-old, who went to US last month, has gone bald during the treatment, which will go on till the last week of March before the process of rehabilitation starts in April. He then came out with a good news for his fans, saying that tumour is almost out of his body.
The dashing batsman had earlier got a message from US cycling legend Lance Armstrong, whose own inspirational
Shane Watson speaks after winning the Alan Border Medal for ODI player for 2012.
He was also runner-up to David Hussey in the Twenty20 award, which was given for the first time. Watson polled 295 votes in the Allan Border Medal, which combines votes for every match in all three formats that Australia has played in the year to February 2.
He finished 100 votes clear of Michael Hussey (195) and Mitchell Johnson (193) in the medal voting.
In other awards, New South Wales batsman Usman Khawaja was named state player of the year and NSW paceman Trent Copeland was the young player of the year.
Watson scored 435 runs at 48.33 with four half-centuries in Australia's 3-1 Ashes series loss to England in November-January, and
India have managed to restrict Australia to a paltry score of 252 for the loss of nine wickets in the ninth One-Day International (ODI) match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday.
Shane Watson, Australia’s stand-in captain decided to bat first after winning the toss. Making a comeback in the Indian team, Praveen Kumar grabbed early wickets as Australia’s stand-in captain Shane Watson was his first victim after scoring just one run.
Kumar was the most successful Indian bowler with two wickets conceding only 37 runs. But David Warner looked at his best scoring at brisk pace. But he eventually feel to spinner Ravindra Jadeja for 68 runs.
Opener David Warner top scored for Australia with 68 runs before being
India takes on Australia in the 10th One-Day International (ODI) at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) at Sydney on Sunday.
The telecast of the ongoing CB Series Down Under can be watched on internet as well, as the live streaming is rapidly catching up with lot of cricket fans. People love watching cricket on web, and it becomes easier to follow the updates if one is not sitting in front of the television.
There are many TV companies that offer live telecast of cricket on internet, and one would think that it would be satisfying to watch the sport via these companies, owing to the fact that there are so many of them, and the competition would spur them to good provision.
The live streaming for the tenth ODI between India
Bollywood actress and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Shilpa Shetty is all set to deliver her first baby in May this year, which means cricket will take a backseat in the couple’s life for now.
While the Super Fight League (SFL) – hubby Raj Kundra and Sanjay Dutt’s Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) event kicks off on March 11, the Indian Premier League (IPL) season 5 begins in April.
However, the couple intends to shift their focus from everything else to welcoming the new member in their family.
“I really want to get everything out of the way to enjoy time with my baby when he or she comes. I just want to be a father for some time, and not a businessman worrying about other things,” smiles Raj, adding that this will be the
Australia’s stand-in captain Ricky Ponting lavished praise on Australian bowling attack after an emphatic victory over India in the seventh One-Day International (ODI) at Brisbane on Sunday.
The Australians bundled out India for 178 after setting them a stiff target of 289 to win.
Ponting praised his bowlers for disciplined effort which helped Australia bundle out India to low score.
He said, "It's been a long time since I have seen an Australian team bowl as well as they did tonight. The way they were able to be aggressive early on with the new ball, but at the same time be able to restrict India from scoring boundaries was absolutely first class.”
Comeback paceman Ben Hilfenhaus took a career-best five for 33 in his
Having won their tri-series match against Australia comfortably on Friday, Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene was all praise for his bowlers, who, he claimed, are capable of adapting well to different conditions.
After bowling out Australia for 158 in 40.5 overs in a rain-curtailed 41-over-a-side match, Sri Lanka chased down a revised target of 152 in just 24.1 overs, winning the game by eight wickets under the Duckworth-Lewis method.
"Our bowlers can bowl in different conditions. They are capable of adapting well to various conditions," said Jayawardene after the match.
The Lankan skipper said his team also did well to overcome the early jitters to come back strongly and bowl out the Aussies.
Indian captain MS Dhoni’s 58-run knock played a crucial role in India’s run chase against Sri Lanka in fifth One-Day International (ODI) at Adelaide.
Dhoni was awarded Man of the match for his valiant knock despite the match ending in a tie.
The Indian captain said that finishing the match on a winning note mattered to him the most. The Indian captain made his displeasure clear but also admitted that they can't make a "big fuss" out of the issue.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni also made it clear that his take on how and when to finish a game is different from Gautam Gambhir but each one is entitled to have their own opinion.
There is a lot of interest in the Indian market regarding the live streaming of cricket matches. It is believed that industries such as sports and entertainment are undergoing a transaction period, where the speed of the transformation is faster than what it was expected.
In reality, the transaction is started off by the growing popularity and the reach of the Internet, which has become another viable alternative of Television media, which has long been touted as the best entertainment platform.
Several TV companies are offering live telecast of cricket matches on internet, and watching this online is a safe bet if one is not near the television.
Many sites live stream cricket matches as Internet penetrates the smallest
As India and Sri Lanka clash in the second One-Day International (ODI) in the CB series, you can catch the live action on live streaming on several web portals.
People who are struck at their workplaces, colleges, waiting in long queues and elsewhere, can access live cricket action from their latest gadgets, as a huge number of TV companies are offering live telecast of cricket matches on internet.
Live streaming is a new rage in the online media and is catching up with lot of cricket fans. Several TV companies are offering live telecast of cricket matches on internet, and watching this online is a safe bet if one is not near the television.
Several sites live stream cricket matches as Internet penetrates the smallest
Australia beat India in the One-Day International (ODI) tri-series opening match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) at Melbourne.
Australian opener Matthew Wade has proved his worth with his match-winning performances in a few games he has played, but the young Tasmanian does not want to look too far ahead than the three ODIs for which he has been selected.
Left-handed batsman Matthew Wade knows the nature of the game and refused to predict his future.
"That would be a bad option for myself. I just want to do as well as I can in the three games. If I look too far ahead, you don't know what's going to happen. It's a pretty fickle game that we play. The environment I'm in, it's all about the next game in the Australian