“The Only 10 Year Challenge We Should Worry About”: Rohit Sharma Sends Out A Strong Message


Rohit Sharma sent out a strong message through the #10 year challenge — which is doing rounds on social media platform. However, Rohit Sharma, who is currently on national duty in Australia, differed from most people who took the challenge to post their own pictures. Team India’s ODI deputy captain shared the condition of a coral reef now and then. In the 2009 picture, the coral reef looks beautiful with fishes and sea flowers seen in the underwater environment. While in the 2019 picture, the coral reef can be seen barren with no signs of aquatic life in it.

Rohit Sharma captioned the picture as, “The only #10YearChallenge we should be worried about.”

The Mumbai-based Rohit Sharma, through the picture, showed his love for nature amidst the gruelling ongoing series against Australia.

He had earlier shared a picture from the ongoing Australian Open, enjoying spanish star Rafael Nadal’s round of 64 clash.

Rohit had posted Instagram stories of Nadal coming out to play. In another story, the Spaniard could be seen taking a serve in the second round clash against Australia’s Matthew Ebden.

The top-order batsman Rohit is currently playing the third and final ODI against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Rohit, who recently became father to a girl, looked in good touch throughout the series, notching up the scores of 133 and 43. However, his century in the first ODI came out in a losing cause.

India are currently level in the three-match series at 1-1.





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पिछले साल सेना में जवानों को कथित तौर पर दिए जाने वाले खराब भोजन की शिकायत करने वाले और वीडियो बनाकर भोजन की खराब गुणवत्ता की पोल खोलने के बाद चर्चा में आए बीएसएफ के जवान तेज बहादुर यादव के बेटे की संदिग्ध परिस्थिति में मौत हो गई है. बता दें कि पिछले साल सेना में खराब भोजन का वीडियो बनाकर वायरल करने वाले बीएसएफ जवान तेज बहादुर सेवा से बर्खास्त कर दिया गया था. गुरुवार की देर रात तेज बहादुर के 22 साल के बेटे रोहित रेवाड़ी के शांति विहार आवास पर मृत मिला. बता दें कि पुलिस को आत्महत्या का शक है. 

खराब खाने की शिकायत करने वाले तेज बहादुर का VRS रद्द, जांच पूरी होने तक नहीं छोड़ सकते BSF

दरअसल, बीएसएफ द्वारा बर्खास्त किए गए जवान तेज बहादुर यादव का 22 वर्षीय बेटा रोहित गुरुवार की शाम को रेवाड़ी के शांति विहार में अपने आवास में मृत अवस्था में मिला. बताया जा रहा है कि तेज बहादुर के बेटे रोहित ने आत्महत्या की है. क्योंकि पुलिस को उसके पास से एक बंदूक मिली है और कमरा अंदर से भी लॉक था. 

पुलिस के मुताबिक, हमें एक फोन कॉल आया कि रोहित ने आत्महत्या कर ली है. घटनास्थल पर हमने कमरा अंदर से बंद पाया. शव बेड पर पड़ा था. रोहित के हाथ में एक बंदूक भी थी. उसके पिता कुंभ मेला गए हुए हैं और हमने उन्हें इसकी सूचना दे दी है. बताया जा रहा है कि रोहित की मां कुंभ नहीं गई हैं और उन्हें जब कमरा अंदर से बंद मिला तो उन्होंने इसकी सूचना पुलिस को दी. हालांकि, पुलिस मामले की जांच में जुट गई है. 

Video vs Video : कई जवानों के वीडियो सामने आने के बाद आर्मी अफसरों ने पोस्ट किए जवाबी वीडियो

पुलिस ने बंदूक को अपने कब्जे में ले लिया है और शव को पोस्टमार्टम के लिए भेज दिया है. हालांकि, बंदूक लाइसेंसी है या अवैध अभी तक इस बात की पुष्टि नहीं हो पाई है. बता दें कि करीब एक साल पहले बीएसएफ जवान तेज बहादुर यादव ने सोशल मीडिया पर एक वीडियो डालकर दावा किया था कि जवानों को पानी वाली दाल और जली हुई रोटियां खिलायी जाती हैं. उन्होंने वीडियो में दावा किया था कि सेना के जवानों को खराब भोजन मुहैया कराया जाता है और इसके लिए उन्होंने सीनियर अधिकारियों पर भी आरोप लगाए थे.

BSF का जवान तेज बहादुर, कहा- ‘मुझे मानसिक रूप से प्रताड़ित किया जा रहा है’

क्या था तेज बहादुर यादव का मामला:

इसी साल जनवरी में तेज बहादुर का एक वीडियो सोशल मीडिया में वायरल हुआ था, जिसमें उन्होंने आरोप लगाया था कि जवानों को ठीक से खाना नसीब नहीं हो रहा है और कई बार उन्हें भूखा सोना पड़ता है. वीडियो के वायरल होने के बाद गृहमंत्री राजनाथ सिंह ने भी रिपोर्ट तलब की थी. सिंह ने होम सेक्रेटरी से कहा था कि वो बीएसएफ से फौरन रिपोर्ट तलब करें. गृहमंत्री ने इस संबंध में ट्वीट भी किया था जिसमें कहा था, “मैंने बीएसएफ जवान की दशा का वीडियो देखा है. मैंने गृह सचिव को तत्काल बीएसएफ से रिपोर्ट तलब करने और उचित कार्रवाई करने के लिए कहा है.”

बीएसएफ जवान तेज बहादुर के खराब खाने की शिकायत सही नहीं, गृह मंत्रालय ने PMO से कहा

जवान ने दावा किया था, ‘हम किसी सरकार के खिलाफ आरोप नहीं लगाना चाहते. क्‍योंकि सरकार हर चीज, हर सामान हमको देती है. मगर उच्‍च अधिकारी सब बेचकर खा जाते हैं, हमारे को कुछ नहीं मिलता. कई बार तो जवानों को भूखे पेट सोना पड़ता है. मैं आपको नाश्‍ता दिखाऊंगा जिसमें सिर्फ एक पराठा और चाय मिलता है, उसके साथ अचार नहीं होता. दोपहर के खाने की दाल में सिर्फ हल्‍दी और नमक होता है, रोटियां भी दिखाऊंगा. मैं फिर कहता हूं कि भारत सरकार हमें सब मुहैया कराती है, स्‍टोर भरे पड़े हैं मगर वह सब बाजार में चला जाता है. इसकी जांच होनी चाहिए.’

VIDEO : BSF जवान तेज बहादुर के वीडियो से मची हलचल





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Rohit Sharma, Dinesh Karthik Watch Rafael Nadal Play At Australian Open


Rohit Sharma and Dinesh Karthik are in a joyous mood after India registered a series-levelling victory over Australia in the second One-Day International (ODI). The duo of Rohit Sharma and Dinesh Karthik, who contributed vital runs in India’s victory, were spotted enjoying a match at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Wednesday. Rohit took to Instagram to post his picture along with Karthik from the Grand Slam. He captioned the picture as “Aussie open.”

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India’s ODI deputy captain also posted Instagram stories of Spanish star Rafael Nadal coming out to play. In another story posted by Rohit Sharma, Nadal can be seen taking a serve in the Round of 64 clash against Australia’s Matthew Ebden.

In the match, second seeded Nadal looked at ease from the onset outclassing Ebden 6-6, 6-2 in the first two sets. However, the third set started on an even note with Nadal later taking an upper hand in the match. The 32-year-old Nadal eventually went on to beat Ebden 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 in straight sets to progress to the next round. 

Nadal had earlier showed no mercy in a clinical first round thumping at the Australian Open on Monday.

The 17-time Grand Slam champion, who cut short his 2018 season to have surgery on a foot injury, cruised through to round two of the opening major of the year 6-4, 6-3, 7-5 against Australian wildcard James Duckworth.

The Spanish second seed is bidding to become the first man in the Open era, and only third in history along with Roy Emerson and Rod Laver, to win each Grand Slam on two or more occasions.

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“Australia Did Well To Knock Our Top Three Batsmen”: Rohit Sharma On ‘Chahal TV’


Rohit Sharma scored his 22nd One Day International century, his first in 2019 and after becoming a father, but India lost the first ODI of the three-match series against Australia in Sydney on Saturday. Following the match, spinner Yuzvendra Chahal caught up with Rohit Sharma on ‘Chahal TV’, a series of interviews that he has promised to air throughout the ODI series Down Under. Chahal congratulated Rohit for scoring a hundred after becoming the father of a daughter recently. The Indian vice-captain explained what went wrong for the Men In Blues at the SCG.

“Our plan was to play the new ball cautiously. Both of Australia’s new ball bowlers are big exponents of swing bowling. I and Shikhar had watched a lot of videos of these bowlers — the left-armer bowls in-swing and the right-armer, who claimed four wickets, bowls away from the right-hander. Unfortunately, we couldn’t go as per our plans,” Rohit said in the video.

After opting to bat, Australia rode on half-centuries by Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh and Peter Handscomb to post a competitive total of 288 for five.

Apart from Rohit Sharma’s 129-ball 133 and MS Dhoni’s 51-run knock, no other batsman managed to contribute much in India’s chase. Australia beat India by 34 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

Jhye Richardson led the bowling attack with four big wickets, while Jason Behrendorff and Marcus Stoinis chipped in with two wickets each. Peter Siddle dismissed Kuldeep Yadav (3) to join the party.

Rohit said the Australian bowlers bowled impressively and no batsman gifted them his wicket. “Sometimes, the opposition bowls too impressive. None of the top-three batsmen threw his wicket with a poor shot selection. It’s  a learning for us.”

Rohit and Dhoni stitched a 137-run partnership stand for the fourth-wicket. “After three dismissals when Dhoni came to the crease, we planned for a big partnership.

“Australia did well to knock our top three batsmen. It’s not easy to chase 280-90 after losing three wickets in quick succession. It was always going to be difficult but we put a strong fightback and took the team to 254,” Rohit added.

India will next play Australia in the second ODI in Adelaide on Tuesday. Rohit said he hopes for an improved show in the subsequent matches.

“It’s a learning for us. What to do when you have lost top three wickets and how to handle the pressure. We didn’t absorb the pressure in Sydney. I hope we play better in the next two matches,” he concluded.

On Sunday, India called up all-rounder Vijay Shankar and batsman Shubman Gill for the rest of the Australia ODIs and forthcoming New Zealand tour after KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya were ordered to go back home in disgrace over insensitive comments made about women on a TV chat show.

 



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India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma Attempts To Learn Floss Dance, Fails Miserably – Watch


India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma Attempts To Learn Floss Dance, Fails Miserably - Watch

Rohit Sharma tried to learn the moves but gave up on his effort midway. © Screengrab: @bcci


Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, the current Indian opening pair in limited overs, complement each other perfectly and have been prolific over the last few years. The duo, who are currently in Australia to play the three-match one-day international (ODI) series, shares a great rapport on and off the field. On Sunday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), shared an video on their official Twitter handle where Shikhar Dhawan’s younger daughter can be seen teaching floss dance to Rohit Sharma. The hitman tried to learn the moves but gave up on his effort midway. Kedar Jadhav took up the challenge after Rohit’s withdrawal as Dhawan’s wife Aesha was also present at the scene.

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Chasing 289 to win, India lurched to a disastrous start, losing three wickets in the first six overs, from which they failed to recover.

Shikhar Dhawan was out on the sixth ball of the innings when he was leg before wicket for a first-ball duck to ODI debutant Jason Behrendorff.

Rohit blasted 133 off 129 balls to bring up his 22nd ODI century. He kept India in the contest with some prodigious hitting, blasting six sixes and 10 fours.

But his mighty knock came to an end when he skied Marcus Stoinis to Glenn Maxwell at deep mid-wicket to end India’s remaining hopes. 

Australia fended off the explosive century from Rohit to post a morale-boosting 34-run victory over India in the first ODI in Sydney to take a 1-0 lead in the series.

The second match in the three-match series will be played in Adelaide on Tuesday.






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INDvsAUS: We have fought back well, but With Dhoni’s dismissal, Rohit came under pressure: Virat Kohli | INDvsAUS: टीम इंडिया की हार पर बोले कप्तान विराट कोहली


सिडनी: भारतीय कप्तान विराट कोहली ने ऑस्ट्रेलिया के खिलाफ पहले वनडे मैच में मिली हार के बाद कहा कि पारी की शुरुआत में तीन विकेट गंवाना टीम को महंगा पड़ा. भारत ने 289 रन के लक्ष्य का पीछा करते हुए अपने तीन विकेट चार रन पर गंवा दिए थे. इसके बाद रोहित शर्मा और एमएस धोनी ने 137 रन की साझेदारी की, लेकिन वे मैच नहीं जिता सके. ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने शनिवार को यह मैच 34 रन से जीता. इसके साथ ही उसने तीन मैचों की वनडे सीरीज में 1-0 की बढ़त बना ली. 

कप्तान विराट कोहली ने कहा है कि उनके गेंदबाजों ने अच्छा काम किया, लेकिन बल्लेबाजी में कहीं न कहीं कमी रह गई. कोहली ने कहा, ‘हम जिस तरह से खेले उससे हम खुश नहीं हैं. हमने गेंद से अच्छा प्रदर्शन किया. इस विकेट पर 300 से ज्यादा का स्कोर बनना था, लेकिन हमने उन्हें यहां तक नहीं पहुंचने दिया. हमें लगा था कि 288 (जीत के लिए 289) हासिल करने वाला लक्ष्य है. शुरुआत में तीन विकेट खोना किसी भी लिहाज से अच्छा नहीं होता.’ यह ऑस्ट्रेलिया की अंतरराष्ट्रीय क्रिकेट में 1000वीं जीत है. 

यह भी पढ़ें: सिडनी की हार के बाद बंटे दिखे कप्तान-उपकप्तान, रोहित शर्मा ने धोनी के लिए कही यह बात

विराट कोहली ने शतक लगाने वाले रोहित शर्मा की तारीफ की. महेंद्र सिंह धोनी के योगदान को भी सराहा. रोहित ने 133 रन की पारी खेली, तो धोनी ने 51 रन बनाए. कोहली ने कहा, ‘रोहित ने बेहतरीन पारी खेली और धोनी ने उनका अच्छा साथ दिया. मुझे लगता है कि जिस तरह का मैच का टेम्पो था उसमें हम और अच्छा कर सकते थे. दोनों ने मैच को बराबरी पर पहुंचा दिया था, लेकिन तभी धोनी आउट हो गए. इससे रोहित पर दवाब आ गया. एक और अच्छी साझेदारी होती तो मैच हमारे नाम होता. शुरुआत में तीन विकेट गिरना सबसे बड़ी समस्या रही और ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने हमें वहां से वापसी नहीं करने दी.’

आस्ट्रेलिया के कप्तान एरॉन फिंच ने युवा तेज गेंदबाज जाय रिचर्डसन की तारीफ की. उन्होंने कहा, ‘युवा जाय आत्मविश्वास से लबरेज थे. उनका भविष्य उज्ज्वल है. सुधार की हमेशा गुंजाइश रहती है.’ उन्होंने कहा, ‘हमें पता था कि वे (भारत) मैच को आखिरी ओवरों तक खींचने की कोशिश करेंगे. हम भाग्यशाली रहे कि विकेट ले सके और उन्हें रोक सके. कोई भी टीम शुरुआत में तीन विकेट गंवा कर दबाव में आ जाएगी और तीन बड़े बल्लेबाजों का विकेट लेना जरूरी था.’ 

कोहली का विकेट मेरे लिए सबसे कीमती: जाय रिचर्डसन
एरॉन फिंच ने बल्लेबाजों की तारीफ करते हुए कहा, ‘उस्मान ख्वाजा और शॉन मार्श की साझेदारी के बाद पीटर हैंड्सकाम्ब ने शानदार बल्लेबाजी की.’ मैन ऑफ मैच रहे रिचर्डसन ने कहा, ‘बल्लेबाजो को भी श्रेय जाता है जिन्होंने बड़ा स्कोर बनाया. लेकिन जैसा फिंच ने कहा शुरुआत में तीन विकेट लेना शानदार रहा. कोहली का विकेट मेरे लिए सबसे कीमती था.’ 

(इनपुट: भाषा/आईएएनएस)





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“MS Dhoni India’s Ideal No. 4”: Rohit Sharma Differs With Virat Kohli


MS Dhoni scored a half-century while batting at number five in the first One-day International but India lost the series opener by 34 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday. India vice-captain Rohit Sharma, who made 133 runs off 129 balls, believes that India’s World Cup-winning captain is “ideal” for the number four slot, an opinion much different from his skipper Virat Kohli’s view point. However, Rohit added that Ambati Rayudu is no less impressive at number four and the captain will have the final say on the batting order. 

“Personally, I always feel that Dhoni batting at number four will be ideal for the team but we have got Ambati Rayudu who has done really well now at number four. It totally depends on what the captain and coach think about it. Personally asking, I would be happy if Dhoni bats at four,” Rohit, who scored 133 off 129 deliveries, said at the post-match conference.    

Kohli had earlier expressed his preference for Rayudu to other players for the contentious position.    

Chasing 289 for a win, India were at one stage reduced to 4 for 3 before Rohit, who scored his 22nd ODI hundred, and Dhoni put on a 141-run partnership for the fourth wicket. But India, in the end, fell short.    

“If you look at his (Dhoni’s) overall batting, his strike rate is around 90. Today was a different scenario, when he came out to bat we had already lost three wickets and Australia were bowling pretty well. You just cannot go out and get 100-run partnership easily. So we took a little bit of time and even I did not score as quickly as I normally do,” Rohit said.    

“I took my time too because we wanted to get that partnership and losing another wicket at that point, the game would have been dead there and then. So, we had to play dot balls and build a partnership,” he explained.    

Rohit also said that the former captain was ready to bat anywhere for the team.

India’s top-order was exposed after they lost Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan early on, as well as Ambati Rayudu for a two-ball duck. Rohit said it put pressure on other batsmen to build a partnership but denied suggestions that India’s middle-order is light weight.    

(With PTI inputs)



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“MS Dhoni India’s Ideal No. 4”: Rohit Sharma Differs With Virat Kohli


MS Dhoni scored a half-century while batting at number five in the first One-day International but India lost the series opener by 34 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Sunday. India vice-captain Rohit Sharma, who made 133 runs off 129 balls, believes that India’s World Cup-winning captain is “ideal” for the number four slot, an opinion much different from his skipper Virat Kohli’s view point. However, Rohit added that Ambati Rayudu is no less impressive at number four and the captain will have the final say on the batting order. 

“Personally, I always feel that Dhoni batting at number four will be ideal for the team but we have got Ambati Rayudu who has done really well now at number four. It totally depends on what the captain and coach think about it. Personally asking, I would be happy if Dhoni bats at four,” Rohit, who scored 133 off 129 deliveries, said at the post-match conference.    

Kohli had earlier expressed his preference for Rayudu to other players for the contentious position.    

Chasing 289 for a win, India were at one stage reduced to 4 for 3 before Rohit, who scored his 22nd ODI hundred, and Dhoni put on a 141-run partnership for the fourth wicket. But India, in the end, fell short.    

“If you look at his (Dhoni’s) overall batting, his strike rate is around 90. Today was a different scenario, when he came out to bat we had already lost three wickets and Australia were bowling pretty well. You just cannot go out and get 100-run partnership easily. So we took a little bit of time and even I did not score as quickly as I normally do,” Rohit said.    

“I took my time too because we wanted to get that partnership and losing another wicket at that point, the game would have been dead there and then. So, we had to play dot balls and build a partnership,” he explained.    

Rohit also said that the former captain was ready to bat anywhere for the team.

India’s top-order was exposed after they lost Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan early on, as well as Ambati Rayudu for a two-ball duck. Rohit said it put pressure on other batsmen to build a partnership but denied suggestions that India’s middle-order is light weight.    

(With PTI inputs)



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