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  1. BJP MP and former cricketer Gautam Gambhir was trolled heavily on Twitter for enjoying jalebis in Indore while commentating on the India vs Bangladesh Test match instead of attending the Parliamentary Panel on Delhi Pollution. Speaking to ANI, Gambhir defended his jalebi-eating photos with former cricket colleague VVS Laxman. He said that if eating jalebi causes pollution in Delhi, then he is ready to stop eating it. "Agar mera jalebi khane se Delhi ka pollution badha hai, toh main hamesha ke liye jalebi chhod sakta hoon...10 minute mein mujhe troll karna shuru kar diya, agar itni mehnat Delhi ki pollution ko kam karne mein ki hoti toh hum saas le pate, " he said https://www.freepressjournal.in/india/will-stop-eating-jalebi-if-it-reduces-pollution-gambhir-lashes-out-at-journalist
  2. I think no one is listening to him so he is saying these things to bring everyone's attention to Kashmir issue don't to be surprised if pak stage a fake indian attack in POK
  3. India buying more Mig-29s; Is it a good move? By Vikas Sv Published:August 12 2019, 8:22 [IST] New Delhi, Aug 12: A lot has been said about IAF staring at a depleting fleet size problem as many aircrafts are set to retire in next few years. As per the information in the public domain, the IAF should ideally have a strength of 42 combat squadrons to be fully prepared for a two-front war. With barely 32 squadrons of fighter aircraft currently in inventory, the Indian Air Force (IAF) is staring at a massive problem. Rafale deal has been struck and the first French fighter would be delivered in September and in the next few years, 35 more would come. But, that is not enough. The IAF will be phasing out nine squadrons of the MiG-21 and 2 MiG-27 over the next 5 years. Tejas was supposed to have played a key role in IAF's scheme things. It was thought that India's requirement for single engine fighters could be met with LCA Tejas. But due to multiple problems encountered during Tejas's development and HAL's failure to meet the delivery deadlines, IAF was forced to look at other foreign aircrafts. So to make up the failing number of fighters, from where will the remaining come from. Undoubtedly, IAF will have to start procurement process, whether it is Eurofighter Typhoon or the F-22, that is for the time tell. Here is what we know so far. IAF will get the MiG-29 fighters upgraded to the latest standards by Russia, and get them at virtually throwaway prices, reportedly Rs 200 crore per piece. They will augment the 62 MiG-29 fighters that are in the IAF's fleet which are also being upgraded to give them an all-weather multi-role capability. In fact, there are reportedly 15 more such aircraft. IAF is in advance talks with Russia for an urgent procurement of MiG 29 fighters that can be delivered at a relatively short notice. The plan to acquire 21 additional aircraft to make a new squadron of MiG 29 jets that were first purchased in the 1980s has been discussed in detail last month and is expected to cost the Indian exchequer less than Rs 6,000 crore. The MiG 29s, if procured, will cost significantly lesser than the Rafale fighter jets MiG has been the backbone of the IAF for decades now. Many expert have raised concerns that these Russian made planes are old and not fit for current era of fifth generation fighters. MiGs are also referred to as 'flying relics'. Given this, is it a good move to buy more of them. Is it a good move to buy more MiGs? India is going for MiG-29s which have been significantly upgraded. In fact when MiG-29 downed a Pakistani F-16 in March during a dogfight, many marvelled at it. But, Russia promptly issued a statement saying that new MiGs are comparable to modern F series of fighters made by the us. This is what we know of new MiG 29s: According to the defence ministry, the upgraded aircraft are now being used for routine operations in frontline squadrons and are equipped with the "state-of-the-art avionics, an array of smart air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons and in-flight refuelling The upgrade with new weapons and avionics is aimed at turning the twin-engine MiG-29 from an air defence fighter into a far more lethal all-weather multi-role fighter into a far more lethal all-weather multi-role fighter. In 2018, the upgraded MiG-29 showcased its combat capabilities at Admapur Air Force Station. The strategically important Adampur Air Force Station, 100 km from Pakistan and 250 km from the border with China, is now home to the upgraded MiG-29s. The Air Force has three squadrons of MiG-29s, two of them at Adampur Air Force Station. One squadron comprises 16-18 aircraft. The MiG-29's good operational record prompted India to sign a deal with Russia between 2005-2006 to upgrade all 62 jets for over $900 million. The aircraft is effectively 33 years old and still remain an effective weapons platform to this day. Indian review of the MIG-29 does show that the jet structures is still sound and worthwhile the upgrades it needs to performance for another 10-15 years, said a report published in defenceupdates.in. The fighter aircraft, which played a crucial role in India's victory in the 1999 Kargil war, now is capable of refueling mid-air, lauch multi-dimensional attacks and is now compatible with the latest missile, said Flight Lieutenant Karan Kohli told PTI. MiG-29 may continue to remain good for another 10-15 years.
  4. Pulwama-like attacks can happen after revocation of Article 370:Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan
  5. Many of Muslims across are not happy with the move becoz center has scrapped 370 and locked them inside so that no one can voice against it. I feel just like naxal or ltt srilanka group a Muslim group will form inside India and attack us all over the state pak and other arab might fund them out. I feel BJP should have handled this differently
  6. Everyone praising Thala meanwhile thala might be stuck with fear how to escape from Kashmir becoz anytime anything can happen
  7. Good move by government with eye on Maharashtra and haryana state election next month
  8. The 19-year-old responded by saying that he inadvertently took the drug because of consuming an over-the-counter syrup for his cough. BCCI found his explanation satisfactory and ruled out the possibility of it being consumed as a performance enhancer. Based on these findings, the BCCI put forth a back-dated eight-month suspension which will go on till November 15, 2019. https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.cricbuzz.com/amp/cricket-news/109146/prithvi-shaw-handed-backdated-suspension-for-doping-violation Cough syrup ke lei ban bcci
  9. Modi govt is responsible for this so many jobless people are watching who is following / un following whom in social media Don't the new maker have anything else do ?
  10. I think they are talking about dropping him in test cricket which was correct decision. He was never a good test player
  11. Cannot believe this BCCI opposed DRS so much in the start now they are seeking it for domestic knock out games also
  12. Our Army is acting faster in terror these days our hero will slow it down a bit
  13. I think he feels India won't do well in absence and he will.be called back if pant drops catch or If spinners go wicketless without his guidance
  14. Gautam Gambhir wants to look at the future just like MS Dhoni when he was captain. Gautam Gambhir has said that it was time to groom players for the future and India should look at someone else at wicketkeeper in place of MS Dhoni. There have been talks about MS Dhoni’s position in the Indian team after their exit from the World Cup in England. Gambhir said that it was vital to prepare a new wicketkeeper for the next World Cup. He said that even Dhoni applied the same tactics when the latter said that Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and himself can’t play together in Australia. "Be it Rishabh Pant, Sanju Samson, Ishan Kishan or any other wicketkeeper, whoever is believed to have the potential should be made the wicketkeeper," he said. Meanwhile, Gambhir's former opening partner Virender Sehwag had said that chief selector MSK Prasad should reach out to Dhoni to reflect on his future if the selectors do not see him as the first-choice keeper-batsman anymore. Gautam Gambhir said that when Dhoni was the skipper he invested in the future and it's time to do the same. He said that even Dhoni was thinking of future when he said that Gambhir, Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag can’t play together in Australia. “It’s important to look into the future. And when Dhoni was the skipper, he invested in the future. I remember Dhoni saying in Australia that me, Sachin and Sehwag can’t play the CB series together as the grounds were big. He wished for young players for the World Cup. It’s necessary to take practical decisions than being emotional,” Gambhir was quoted as saying in TV9 Bharatvarsh. “And it’s time to groom the youngsters. Be it Rishabh Pant, Sanju Samson, Ishan Kishan or any other wicketkeeper, whoever is believed to have the potential should be made the wicket-keeper. Give him chances for one and half-years and if he doesn’t perform, then others should be tried out as well. Then one would get to know who the keeper for the next World Cup is,” the cricketer-turned-politician added. Gautam Gambhir also said that while MS Dhoni was one of the best captains for India, there have been other Indian captains who have done really well. He also added that it is not right to give all credits for success to the captain and blame him when otherwise. "If you see the statistics, then he (Dhoni) is the best captain. But that doesn’t mean that other captains have done badly. Sourav Ganguly has done good captaincy; we have won outside under him. Under Virat Kohli’s captaincy, we have won ODI series in South Africa and Test series in Australia." "It is true that MS Dhoni has won us two World Cups (2007 and 2011) but it is not fair to give all credit to the captain for success and criticise only him when it doesn’t go your way. Dhoni has won the Champions Trophy and World Cups but other captains have also taken India forward. Captains like Anil Kumble have done the job though not for long; Rahul Dravid also led India to win in England," added the 37-year-old cricketer-turned-politician Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has said that chief selector MSK Prasad should reach out to <S Dhoni and talk about his future. “It should be left to MS Dhoni to decide when to hang his boots. The duty of the selectors is to reach out to Dhoni and inform him that he is no more being seen as India’s wicket-keeper batsman going forward. I wish the selectors had asked me as well about my plans so I would also have been able to inform them,” Sehwag said in a panel discussion according to timesnownews.com.
  15. He wanted to complete his 100th hundred so stuck to the team.but to be frank he was still batting lot better than dhoni at dhoni's age
  16. He is the most shameless fellow I have ever seen He made Ganguly dravid retire 3 years ahead of world cup becoz they were old. Now when it comes to his turn he is shamelessly sticking with the team
  17. Already started Stokes is greater than Sachin .https://circleofcricket.com/category/Cricket_World_Cup_2019/39834/cwc-2019-fans-slam-icc-after-they-rated-sachin-tendulkar-lower-than-ben-stokes
  18. U will get to know in a couple of days when Nasser Hussain ,Micheal Vaughan will over hype their team it
  19. http://www.indiancricketfans.com/forums/topic/115389-kohli-dhoni-bond-cost-india-the-world-cup-dhoni-batting-explained/
  20. Will tell them don't be like dhoni uncle doing tuk tuk ,dot , dot for each and every ball instead try to bat with intent try to take singles, doubles luck will favour u in the end.
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