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‘Sleeping Beauty proposal’ video gives Anand Mahindra ‘inferiority complex’. Here’s why

Anand Mahindra recently took to Twitter to share a viral proposal video which has already created quite a stir online. In case you have missed it, it’s a video of a man proposing to his girlfriend through an animated Sleeping Beauty movie. There’s a chance that the clip will fill you up with warm fuzzy feelings or leave you with an ‘inferiority complex’ – just like Anand Mahindra.

‘Lack power in engine room’: Michael Vaughan passes verdict on Team India’s problems in ODIs

Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes India lacks power in their engine room in ODIs and hence, have not been able to do justice to their potential in the format. He further went on to say that the side will also concede to the fact that they have underachieved in the last 2 World Cups. Taking to Twitter, Vaughan wrote: “Interested to see how #India responds in the 2nd ODI. If they are honest they will accept the last 2 World Cups they have underachieved !! They lack power for me in the engine room, the middle order, they have 3 yrs to make sure they can keep up the tradition of the hosts winning.”

JNUSU to continue boycotting registration process, to request teachers for parallel classes

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) said on Thursday it will continue to boycott the registration process for new semester and will request the teachers’ body to take parallel classes.  The JNUSU said, it is planning to mount an immediate legal challenge to the Inter-Hall Administration manual seeking to stay its implementation which also has provision of fee hike.  “We request the student community therefore — especially those who have not registered — to continue to boycott the registration process in the light of such a move.

‘We’ve had few good discussions,’ AB de Villiers reveals desire to play ODI cricket

Even though AB de Villiers announced his retirement from the sport a few years back, there has been persistent talk of his return to international cricket since the 2019 Cricket World Cup. South Arica captain Faf du Plessis revealed that de Villiers had offered to come out of retirement before the World Cup to help his national side. His request was denied and there was a lot of controversy regarding the issue.

Anil Kumble identifies ‘challenges’ for young players, believes Test cricket still the pinnacle

Former Indian captain Anil Kumble believes most players across age groups still want to excel in Test cricket, despite the growing influence of T20 and franchise cricket. There have been discussions over the health of Test cricket and proposals have been made to prune the longest format to 4 days. Kumble, who also heads the ICC cricket committee, will chair a discussion in March over this very theory.