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Sledging is a part of the game. When your opposition has struck a partnership in the game, you sledge the batsmen to break their focus. This comes from naturally. We sledge but never using bad words. Sledging is very important when you have to dismiss a set batsman or break a partnership

Mohammed Shami

Where else will you find a legend like M.S. Dhoni? Dhoni is in the same league as Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar or Kapil Dev. We have to respect his achievements

Ravi Shastri

If he (Dhoni) continues to play like this, there no question of not having him in the team for the 2019 world cup. You can't even think of a team without Dhoni

Ravi Shastri

I spoke to Oltmans personally and informed him that I have been appointed. I respect him very much. I am willing to take his advice if he is open to the idea. But right now I want to give him space as he has just lost a job

Sjoerd Marijne

The players have to set their goals and I will only help them to achieve their goals. The best motivation for a person comes from his inner self

Sjoerd Marijne

I am very excited to take on this new assignment. From what I have followed about the Indian women's team, they are a very talented and hard working group of women and I believe they have got great potential to establish themselves as a strong team in world hockey

Sjoerd Marijne

Lot of us don't actually know how far we can push ourselves. May be at times, without knowing, we are only able to realise 70 percent of our potential. Therefore it is necessary to push yourself until you are done. For example, if I train as hard as I train now, I will possibly play for another 10 years

Virat Kohli

Why is it that only women are always questioned on what they wear. Why not men?? When will this change?

Vinesh Phogat

I would rate the [Rio 2016 Olympics] semi-finals in which she had beaten Nozomi Okuhara as one of her best performances. The world championship final could also rate as another big and good performance.

Pullela Gopichand

Anyone in his right mind will not say this stupid thing

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

These fortunate meetings have made me realise that conservation is all about addressing a conflict. The conflict between the authorities and the local people /tribes that live in remote areas of both Africa and India.

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

It is nice to be back in familiar space for a change. But I would prefer the wilderness any day.

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

When I read about our Indian tribal girls in central India being tortured and physically abused, my blood boiled and my mind started to tick. The final straw was when I went to Africa and learnt of the Matabeles. That’s when I knew a book was coming but exactly where and how, I was not certain. 

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

Playing for Hyderabad pre-1980 was not just about playing cricket. It was a lifelong lesson in the nuances of on-field technique and off-field glamour.

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

Hyderabad cricket then was played hard and in the true spirit of the game. The A league was filled with Ranji Trophy players, and getting runs there was as tough as it was on the first-class circuit.

Saad Bin Jung (Cricketer & Author)

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