Bumrah And His Grand Father

Jaspreet Bumrah's grandfather forced to live life

New Delhi: Jaspreet Bumrah fastest bowler of  the Indian cricket team’s  grandfather Santokh Singh Udham Singh is forced to spend his life in bad circumstances. 84-year-old Santokh Singh Bumrah, owner of Ahmedabad's three factories, is going through financial difficulties these days. Santokh Singh Bumrah is originally from Ahmedabad.

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BCCI to appoint professional manager for Indian cricket team

New Delhi: BCCI will appoint professional manager for the Indian cricket team. This step came after the decision of the Administrator Committee in which it was said that the reports of existing managers were not elaborate. In fact, there was no mention of a dispute between captain Virat Kohli and former coach Anil Kumble in a team manager Kapil Malhotra's report.

Veeru And Harbhajan

Veeru disclosed the secret, that Harbhajan Singh wanted to run truck in Canada

Having a consistent presence on Twitter, Virender Sehwag has congratulated Harbhajan on his birthday. Harbhajan became 37 years old on Monday. Bhaji has played 103 Tests and 236 ODIs, and last played in T-20 by Team India in March 2016.

On Harbhajan's birthday, Sehwag has made an interesting disclosure about him. Sehwag wrote in his tweet that Bhajji wanted to run a truck in Canada for the sake of his family. But he changed his mind and became the best bowler.

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Sourav Ganguly: Man-Management an Essential Skill for a coach

Sourav Ganguly, one out of three members of the Cricket Advisory Committee, will choose the following coach of the Indian team. The previous India captain believes that for a coach, it's imperative to have Man-Management skills since 'cricket is a captain's game'. In the wake of the Virat Kohli and Anil Kumble saga, Ganguly said, "An impressive presentation does not make you a good coach. Various things are needed to make a good coach - like man-management skill, situation-understanding skill. May be, someone will be better skill-wise but will lack at man-management. You just have to move on."

India Beat West Indies By 93 Runs In Third ODI

India beat West Indies by 93 runs in third ODI

India beat West Indies by 93 runs in the third Cricket One-Dayer at Antigua. Chasing a victory target of 252 runs set by India, West Indies were all out for 158 in 38.1 overs. For the hosts, J N Mohammed was the highest scorer with 40 runs. For India, R Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav claimed 3 wickets each.

The visitors made 251 for 4 in 50 overs. M S Dhoni was the highest scorer who remained unbeaten at 78 while K M Jadhav was not out at 40.