MS Dhoni Finds Time To Have A Long Discussion With A Little Fan, Video Will Make You Smile


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MS Dhoni’s Adorable Gesture Shows Why He Is Still A Crowd Favourite


Mahendra Singh Dhoni is arguably, one of the most popular athletes in India on and off the cricketing pitch. He may be out of action for quite some time now but the 37-year-old continues to be a huge crowd favourite. The former Indian captain is immensely popular all over the country and his recent gesture towards a young fan shows exactly why he is loved so much. A video has surfaced on social media which shows MS Dhoni interacting with a young fan while sitting in his car, not caring about protocols. Before parting ways, Dhoni also shook hands with the kid.

The 37-year-old is just one run short of becoming the fifth Indian and 13th overall to enter the 10,000-run club.

Dhoni has accumulated a total of 10,173 runs in the 50-over format, however, the record also contains the 174 runs which he smashed against the Africa XI, while representing the Asia XI in a three-match rubber in 2007.

Thus, Dhoni has 9,999 runs while representing India.

However, in 2018, the Ranchi player has scored just 252 runs in 12 innings, at a below par average of just over 25 along with a strike-rate of 68.10.

His continuous poor form had also resulted in him being axed from both the Twenty20 series against the Windies at home and in Australia.

“MS (Dhoni) was not part of the Nidahas Trophy in Sri Lanka also. MS not being in any team is a big miss. His presence in the team itself is a huge boost for a lot of the players, not just me, especially the younger players,” captain Rohit Sharma said at the end of T20I series against Windies.

India have played a total of 107 T20Is since the format’s debut in 2006 and Dhoni has been part of 93 of those matches. Dhoni, who led India to the T20 World Cup title in 2007, has scored 1,487 T20I runs at an average of 37.17 and a strike-rate of 127.90.

Dhoni has hit two half-centuries and also has 54 catches and 33 stumpings to his name in T20I cricket.





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MS Dhoni Enthralls Fans By Trying His Hand At Kabaddi


MS Dhoni is known for his calm demeanour on the cricket field. But this time around, he showed how cool he can be on the kabaddi mat as well. The veteran wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni, who is enjoying a break from cricket after being left out from the Indian team for the upcoming tour of Australia, enthralled the fans with his mere presence on the kabaddi mat. He did so during a shoot for the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) in Mumbai, and his pictures are doing rounds on social media.

A Facebook page posted the picture of MS Dhoni, and said, “MS Dhoni on set in Mumbai! #shootday #mahi #dhoni #msd.”

Dhoni was earlier rested for the three-match T20I series against the Windies, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Friday.

The 37-year-old Dhoni was also been excluded for the T20I series against Australia, signalling a possible end to his run in the shortest format.

The committee said that Dhoni, the 2007 World T20-winning skipper, has been “rested” and India are now looking to fill in the second wicketkeeper’s slot.

But when asked if Dhoni’s career in T20s is over, MSK Prasad said, “Not yet”.

“We want to try out other keepers for the second keeper’s slot,” said Prasad.

The two keepers in the two T20 squads announced Friday are Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik.



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Video: How MS Dhoni Fans at Chepauk Welcomed Rishabh Pant And His Epic Response


इस मैच की सबसे खास बात रही स्टेडियम में बैठे दर्शकों द्वारा ऋषभ पंत का जोरदार स्वागत किया.

VIDEO : धोनी के चेन्नई में स्वागत से गदगद हुए ऋषभ पंत, किया दर्शकों को सलाम

ऋषभ पंत ने 39 गेंदों में 58 रनों की शानदार पारी खेली (PIC : IANS)





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MS Dhoni Appointed Brand Ambassador Of Online Matrimonial Platform


According to the CEO of the matrimonial brand, Murugavel Janakiraman, Dhoni made a good fit as “he is an inspiration for millions of youth because of what he has achieved for the country through his admirable leadership qualities”.

Janakiraman further added that Dhoni also “inspires (people) through his happy marriage, (as a) caring dad and loving husband image”.

Dhoni’s exclusion from the Indian T20 set-up has been making headlines for quite some time now. India have played a total of 107 T20I matches since the format’s debut in 2006 and Dhoni has been part of 93 of those matches.

Dhoni, who led India to the T20I World Cup title in 2007, has scored 1,487 T20I runs at an average of 37.17 and a strike-rate of 127.90.

Dhoni has hit two half-centuries and also has 54 catches and 33 stumpings to his name in T20 international cricket.

India captain Virat Kohli, who recently led India to a 3-1 ODI series win over the Windies, said that Dhoni is only trying to help the youngsters. “He anyway plays the ODIs for us regularly, so… From that point of view, he’s only trying to help the youngsters; nothing that anything that other people are thinking and I as captain can certainly assure you of that.”

(With IANS inputs)



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Rohit Sharma Rues MS Dhoni’s Absence From T20I Team


After the clean sweep over the Windies, Rohit Sharma rued Dhoni’s absence from the team, saying that the former captain not being part of any team was “a big miss”.

“MS (Dhoni) was not part of the Nidahas Trophy in Sri Lanka also. MS not being in any team is a big miss. His presence in the team itself is a huge boost for a lot of the players, not just me, especially the younger players,” said Rohit Sharma.

According to chief selector MSK Prasad, Dhoni’s T20I career is not over and the decision to leave him out was made to shore up back-up options behind the stumps.

India have played a total of 107 T20I matches since the format’s debut in 2006 and Dhoni has been part of 93 of those matches. Dhoni, who led India to the T20 World Cup title in 2007, has scored 1,487 T20I runs at an average of 37.17 and a strike-rate of 127.90.

Dhoni has hit two half-centuries and also has 54 catches and 33 stumpings to his name in T20 international cricket.

The former India captain in not part of the T20I team but has made it to the ODI squad for the Australia tour.

With the culmination of the Windies series, the focus will now shift to the daunting tour Down Under.

Rohit Sharma said it was important for Shikhar Dhawan to return to form ahead of the crucial tour of Australia, which will be a completely “different ball game”.

Dhawan, who struggled throughout the preceding ODI series against West Indies, returned to form with a smashing 92 off 62 balls to help India beat the visitors by six wickets in the final T20I.

Dhawan and young Rishabh Pant (53 off 25) stitched 130 runs off 80 balls for the third wicket on Sunday to lay the foundation for the win after India were in a spot of bother at 45 for 2 while chasing 182.

“It was important from the team’s perspective and for the players to get some runs ahead of the important Australia tour. Shikhar especially was batting well in the ODI series but he was not able to get big scores. I am glad that he could play a match-winning knock and get some form under his belt before the crucial tour,” Rohit said.

“Rishabh was also hungry to go out and get some runs. It was the perfect situation. We were two down inside the first six overs. There was a bit of pressure as well. They handled it well and it was a match-winning partnership. It is important in the team’s perspective that both these guys got runs,” he said.

India’s tour of Australia starts with the three-match T20I series in Brisbane on November 21.

(With PTI Inputs)



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Sourav Ganguly praises Wriddhiman Shaha, claims better wicket keeper than MS Dhoni indirectly


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Goons Violence in Shahadara MS Park Delhi Police CCTV


दिल्ली : शाहदरा जिले  में बदमाशों ने मचाया जमकर उत्पात, खड़ी होकर देखती रही पुलिस

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खास बातें

  1. शहादरा जिले में बदमाशों ने मचाया जमकर उत्पात
  2. खड़ी होकर देखती रह गई पुलिस
  3. सीसीटीवी में कैद हो गई घटना

नई दिल्ली: दिल्ली में बदमाशों का कहर लगातार बढ़ता जा रहा है और इसे रोकने में पुलिस भी कामयाब नहीं हो पा रही है. ताजा मामला दिल्ली के शहादरा जिले का है. यहां एमएस पार्क इलाके में 31 अक्टूबर को दिल्ली पुलिस की नाक के नीचे कुछ शरारती तत्व कुछ बाइक में तोड़फोड़ करते नजर आ रहे हैं. घटना सीसीटीवी में कैद हो गई. पुलिस के मुताबिक, यह दो पड़ोसियों के बीच झगड़ा था. इस झगड़े की वजह थी तेज आवाज की बुलेट मोटरसाइकिल, जिसे लेकर एक पड़ोसी रोजाना दूसरे पड़ोसी के घर के सामने से निकलता था. 

नशे में धुत लड़की ने तीन गाड़ियों को मारी टक्कर, महिला की मौत, बच्ची की हालत नाजुक

टिप्पणियां


दूसरा पड़ोसी इस हरकत पर हमेशा नाराजगी जताता था. लेकिन बीते 31 तारीख की रात में वह पड़ोसी अपने कुछ लोगों को लेकर आया और जमकर उत्पात मचाया. सबसे चौंकाने वाली बात यह थी कि सीसीटीवी फुटेज में करीब 5 से 6 पुलिसकर्मी नजर आ रहे है, लेकिन वो बदमाशों को रोकने में नाकामयाब दिख रहे हैं. 

VIDEO: दिल्ली में महिला टीचर की गोली मारकर हत्या
पुलिस ने दोनों पड़ोसियों के खिलाफ केस दर्ज कर लिया है.



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India Play First T20I At Home Without MS Dhoni


India are all set to play their 32nd T20I match at home against the Windies at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. Rohit Sharma is in charge of the Indian team as Virat Kohli has been rested for the three-match T20I series. Besides Kohli, former India captain MS Dhoni was a notable exclusion from the squad, and this development took people by shock. This is the first time India will be taking part in a T20I fixture at home without Dhoni. The wicketkeeper-batsman has featured in all of the previous 31 T20Is that India have played at home.

Dhoni’s exclusion from the Indian T20 set-up has been making headlines for quite some time now. India have played a total of 104 T20I matches since the format’s debut in 2006 and Dhoni has been part of 93 of those matches.

Dhoni, who led India to the T20I World Cup title in 2007, has scored 1,487 T20I runs at an average of 37.17 and a strike-rate of 127.90.

Dhoni has hit two half-centuries and also has 54 catches and 33 stumpings to his name in T20 international cricket.

Kohli, who recently led India to a 3-1 ODI series win over the Windies, said that Dhoni is only trying to help the youngsters.

“He anyway plays the ODIs for us regularly, so… From that point of view, he’s only trying to help the youngsters; nothing that anything that other people are thinking and I as captain can certainly assure you of that.”

After the first T20I at Eden Gardens, India will face the tourists for the 2nd T20I match at the Ekana International Cricket Stadium in Lucknow and the third and final match will be played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.



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Steve Smith Perfectly Mimics MS Dhoni’s Signature ‘Helicopter’ Shot. Watch Video


Former Australian captain Steve Smith is currently playing in NSW T20 Premier cricket – an Australian domestic T20 league. Steve Smith, playing for Sutherland against Manly-Warringah, scored a quick-fire 21-ball 40 and picked up two wickets as well. Currently serving a one-year ban for his involvement in the infamous Cape Town ball-tampering scandal, Smith played an aggressive brand of cricket for Sutherland. Cricket Australia took to Twitter to upload a video of Smith’s exploits with both the bat and ball. While Smith sent the bowlers on a leather hunt, Smith’s perfect photocopy of MS Dhoni’s trademark ‘helicopter style’ shot grabbed eyeballs.

Months after the ball-tampering incident, an independent review by the Sydney-based Ethics Centre into the scandal involving Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft condemned an arrogant and controlling culture at Cricket Australia (CA).

The independent review, which released a 145-page report on the incident, said that the responsibility for the arrogant cricket culture in Australia lay “with CA and not just the players held directly responsible for the appalling incident at Newlands”.

On the same day, the Australian Cricketers’ Association urged Cricket Australia to cut down the bans handed to the trio.

“The events in South Africa were in part a by-product of a culture and system which, amongst other things, placed too much pressure on players to win,” said ACA President Greg Dyer, a former Test wicketkeeper.

“There must be a reconsideration of the harshness of the penalties handed down to Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft,” Dyer added.

On the match front, Sutherland beat Manly-Warringah by four wickets.





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