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Prasidh Krishna to miss IPL 2023: Rajasthan Royals wish its pacer 'speedy recovery'
Prasidh has suffered a lumbar stress fracture and has been advised surgery which will mean he needs more time to recover and get back to competitive cricket. "We are doing everything possible to support and aid Prasidh's recovery process. The Royals family wants to extend its best wishes to the pace bowler for a speedy recovery and looks forward to seeing him steaming in soon!" Rajasthan Royals said in a statement.
2nd Test, Day 1: Shami picks four, Ashwin, Jadeja scalp three each as India bowl out Australia for 263
For Australia, who elected to bat first after winning the toss, left-handed opener Usman Khawaja was precise in footwork and pristine in strokeplay to make 81, the first fifty by a visiting batter on the ongoing tour. Peter Handscomb looked impressive in his 72 not out. But losing wickets in back-to-back fashion thrice may come to hurt them later on.
WATCH | Cricketer Prithvi Shaw roughed up for refusing repeat selfie with fans
Following a complaint lodged by the friends of Shaw, 23, the Oshiwara police on Thursday registered a case against at least eight accused under various sections of the Indian Penal Code pertaining to unlawful assembly, intent to harm with weapons, etc, an official said.
After Valentine's Day wedding, Hardik, Natasa renew marriage vows
On Tuesday -- on the occasion of Valentine's Day -- the couple renewed their marriage vows in Udaipur in a destination wedding. The wedding procession on Wednesday took place at a hotel in Udaipur. Both brothers -- Hardik and Krunal, wore cream-colour sherwani. The wedding rituals on Tuesday were performed as per the Christian rituals along with a white theme. Natasa was seen in a white gown while Hardik wore a black suit.
Hardik, Natasa take marriage vows again on Valentine's Day
The wedding rituals on Tuesday were performed as per the Christian rituals along with a white theme. On Wednesday, the couple will take marriage vows according to the Hindu customs, a source in the know of things said. Natasa was seen on Tuesday in a white gown. Team India's members and family members from both sides attended Hardik-Natasa's wedding
Indian cricketers take injections to pass fitness test, alleges chief selector Chetan Sharma
"If they are fit for only 85%... they tell us to let them play but medical science doesn't clear them, this problem comes...the player wants to play, the player never refuses. But Like Bumrah, he was not even able to bow down then what will he do.. One or two such major injuries happen. "Otherwise even at 80%, these people...they are such scoundrels.
Pujara's game is an extension of his stubborn personality: Ashwin
Pujara will join the elite list of Indian players who have played 100 Tests when India faces Australia in the second game of the four-match Border-Gavaskar series. The 35-year-old has made his Test debut in 2010 against Australia. Interestingly, he will achieve the feat of playing 100 Tests against the same opponent.
Hardik Pandya, Natasha Stankovic arrive with son in Udaipur for Valentine's Day wedding
Earlier, both of them had a court marriage on 31 May 2020. However, this time they will marry according to traditional customs. The function will be held at the Raffles hotel in Udaipur. The couple also has a two-year-old son, Agastya. Hardik Pandya and Natasha Stankovic reached Udaipur on Monday for the wedding.
1st Test: Juggling three top-class spinners is challenging, says Rohit after Ashwin, Jadeja, Axar help India thrash Australia
Jadeja claimed 5-47 as Australia were bowled out for 177 in their first innings. He then struck a crucial 70 with the bat and along with Rohit Sharma (120), Axar Patel (84), Shami (37) helped India post 400 runs in their first innings which virtually sealed Australia's fate. Ashwin, who shared a vital partnership with Rohit, coming in as nightwatchman, then demolished Australia's second innings with 5-37 as they were bundled out for 91, succumbing to a huge defeat.
It's a very proud moment, lots of emotions: KS Bharat on making Test debut for India
Bharat had been the second keeper in the Test team and with Rishabh Pant out of action for an indefinite period due to injuries sustained in a horrific car accident on December 30, there was a slot open in the side. He then got the nod ahead of Ishan Kishan to be India's wicketkeeper in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy opener at Nagpur.