#BanSportsTak: Netizens angry after India Today owned sports channel claims Virat Kohli suffers from ‘disorder’
"It is a disorder for a captain to (be as aggressive as Virat Kohli). It might be acceptable for a player to have this aggression (but nor for a captain)," the journalist claimed.
Earlier, Pakistani media reportedly launched a campaign asking people to vote in the Twitter poll to help Imran Khan win.
Twitter run-chase: Anti-Modi Indians vote for Imran Khan in ICC Twitter poll to make Virat Kohli lose
On Tuesday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) ran a poll to decide who is the best cricketer as a captain. The ICC poll included three legendary players and a Pakistani cricketer in the poll.
Cricketer Virat Kohli took to social media platforms to announce the birth of his first child
‘Different rules for Virat Kohli and T Natarajan, Ashwin suffered because he spoke up’: Sunil Gavaskar
Citing the examples of T Natarajan and senior spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, the Indian cricketing legend Sunil Gavaskar said that there are double standards in the Indian team.
Indian cricket team posts lowest ever innings total in its Test history: Here is what happened and why
With a paltry total of 89 runs, defeat of India cricket team in the first test match against Australia is thus inevitable.
PM Modi’s tweet, lighting a lamp after his call to the nation in April, becomes most retweeted tweet in politics category in 2020
From PM Modi to actor Vijay: On Tuesday, Twitter announced the Golden tweets of 2020, across politics, business and sports
In the 18 second video, Virat Kohli managed to anger several Hindus by preaching how they should celebrate Diwali with firecrackers
The controversy around Sunil Gavaskar’s comments and Anushka Sharma’s reaction to it only highlights the perils of pseudo feminism
Sunil Gavaskar made a benign reference to the viral video of Anushka bowling to Virat Kohli during the lockdown.
She was bowling to him, I did not use any other word: Sunil Gavaskar issues clarification after being targetted with fake news
Hours after being subjected to online backlash for 'sexism' and 'misogyny' on the basis of fake news, ace cricketer Sunil Gavaskar responded to the controversy