Learning to respect another’s point of view

Behaviour is the key to change. Good behaviour can bring about a positive change even in the hearts of those who don’t get along with us or hold views that are contrarian to ours. The biggest problem is that we hold on to our viewpoint and don’t pay attention to the views of others.

Raveena Tandon hits back at person for trolling her, calling her MILF. Is it directed at comedian Aditi Mittal?

The internet went into overdrive when Raveena Tandon hit out at an unnamed detractor on Twitter. Her tweet read, “Hahaha how juvenile. What all people do for their place in the sun. God give them happiness . Loads of love to you dear. Even though you don’t follow,you sure are interested. I remember you’d called me ‘milf’. Was flattered. God bless you honey. Loadsa love and success.”

Australian Open 2020: Medvedev overcomes Martinez, bleeding nose to advance in Melbourne

Fourth seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia dealt with spells of resistance from Spanish qualifier Pedro Martinez and a bleeding nose on his way to a 7-5 6-1 6-3 win on Thursday to reach the third round of the Australian Open. Medvedev, a U.S. Open finalist last year, arrived in Melbourne in red-hot form, winning all his singles matches at the inaugural ATP Cup before a three-set defeat to seven-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic in the semi-final.

India vs New Zealand: Challenge for Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma headlines top 3 player battles

Putting into place a T20 side which will have all the bases covered will be the main focus as India prepare to take on New Zealand in a 5-match T20I series. With the T20 World Cup being the top focus for sides, Kohli would want to find out the best combination which can pose a challenge later this year. However, the captain conceded that playing New Zealand in their own backyard was not going to be easy and hence, his side needs to be at their best.

India vs New Zealand: Upbeat India take on injury-struck Kiwis as build-up to T20 World Cup continues

Preparations for the World Cup on top of their agenda, India will take on an injury-hit New Zealand in a rare five-match T20 International series starting Friday during which seam-friendly wickets would be a major challenge for the visitors. Unlike most overseas tours, this will be a quick start for the Indian team. In a tight season, the first T20 comes only five days after their last ODI against Australia at home.