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India vs New Zealand: ‘Enjoy meeting our own people’ -?Virat Kohli and Co visit Indian High Commission in Wellington – Watch

Virat Kohli and his troops visited the Indian High Commission in Wellington on Wednesday ahead of their first Test against New Zealand starting Friday. India will be eager to finish the tour on a high after being hammered 0-3 in the ODI series. They had earlier won the T20I series 5-0. Ahead of the Wellington Test, the Indian High Commission hosted a reception for the players and skipper Kohli expressed his gratitude after being invited on behalf of his team.

JNU sedition case: ‘Don’t have a say, can ask home dept to decide soon’, says Arvind Kejriwal

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said he will ask the department concerned to take an “early decision” on the prosecution sanction against former JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar and others in a sedition case. The chief minister’s comments come hours after a court directed the Delhi government to file a status report till April 3 on the issue of sanctions to prosecute Kanhaiya Kumar and others.

‘Almost as good as…’: Michael Vaughan comes up with hilarious Tweet at world’s largest cricket stadium in Motera

Former England captain Michael Vaughan came up with a hilarious Tweet after Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) uploaded pictures of the picturesque stadium in Motera. The Sardar Patel Stadium in Ahmedabad is well on its way to become the world’s largest cricket stadium as it will host 110,000 spectators, which will be more than double of its previous capacity. The pictures of the venue has already created a lot of buzz among fans and players alike.

Josh Hazlewood reveals India cricketer who wants to ‘Mankad’ -?Watch

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood revealed that he would ‘Mankad’ Cheteshwar Pujara if he gets a chance during the home series against India later this year. The ‘Mankad’ dismissal has been at the centre of a lot of controversy in the recent past and the subject once again came into the spotlight when Afghanistan spinner Noor Ahmad dismissed Pakistan batsman Mohammad Huraira during the ongoing ICC U-19 World Cup in that fashion. Pakistan won the quarter-final encounter by six wickets eventually as Huraira’s 64 off 76 balls helped them chase the target of 190 with 8.5 overs to spare.