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Monday, April 11, 2011

Zaheer Khan is going to marry Isha Sharvani - Hindustan Times

Isha sharvani and Zaheer khan Marriage is currently a big news for Sporting world.Because Cricket is wedding Bollywood.
Mumbai- Routers , Indian Left Arm Fast bowler is going to marry his girl friend Isha Sharvani soon.
After his stupendous performance at the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, Zaheer Khan’s parents are reportedly insisting him to tie the knot. News has it that he would marry his girlfriend and Bollywood actress Isha Sharvani this year. It seems the wedding day is not far off for the couple. “Ever since they gave their relationship a second shot, they have come even closer than before. Wedding bells are in the offing,” Mumbai Mirror quoted a source close to the actress as saying. Isha neither admitted nor denied the news by saying that she didn’t want to comment on it.
Zaheer Khan and Isha Sharvani in a car
It may be recalled that Zaheer and Isha felt a soft corner for each other in 2005 after meeting at various events and parties. However, they parted ways after seeing each other for two years. Their love story didn’t end there though. They rekindled their relationship last year, and now, we hear that they are set to walk down the aisle.
When will the couple announce their big day? Only Zaheer and Isha can tell this!

Shane Watson hit 15 six against Bangladesh and hold a world Record

Shane Watson hit a record 15 sixes to guide Australia to a series-clinching nine-wicket win over Bangladesh in Mirpur. The 29-year-old, who also hit 15 fours, ended on 185 not out after smashing the most sixes ever in a one-day international innings as the tourists moved into an unassailable 2-0 lead.
Watson’s knock – which came from just 96 balls as his side chased down their 230 victory target with 24 overs to spare – was the highest one-day innings ever made by an Australian. He had earlier also taken two catches and a wicket as the hosts made 229 for seven.
“That was probably the best innings I’ve ever seen,” the new Australian captain, Michael Clarke, said. “He hit the ball so cleanly from the first ball and what an amazing achievement. It was great to sit and watch that. The way he played, he managed to get the runs quite easily.”
Watson attributed luck – and the hot sub-continental conditions – to the way his innings played out. “[It was] just one of those days when everything you try comes off,” he said.
“You get a little bit of luck along the way which helps as well. I had no idea [about the record]. It was just that I was pretty tired and I didn’t want to run too much. It was just quite hot and humid so I thought I’d limit my running and hit a few boundaries and it worked out nicely.”
The Bangladesh captain, Shakib Al Hasan, added: “We thought we put on a good, reasonable total. We thought we could fight it out. But we didn’t put the ball in the right areas. And Watson batted really well. He took the game away from us and deserves all the credit.”

Indian player Yuvraj and Harbhajan slams Shahid Afridi Remarks- India Tv

NEW DELHI: Indian cricket stars Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh have hit out at Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi for his comments that Indians do not have "big clean hearts" like Pakistani Muslims.

Afridi also praised Pakistan's media for being "100 times better" than India's in a Pakistani TV show aired Sunday that has caused hurt and anger across the border in India.

"If Indians were not large-hearted, they would not have made so much of progress and delivered growth," Harbhajan was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India news agency.

"I think it's been an uncalled for reaction. It wouldn't help the love and respect with which he is treated in this country."

"Pakistanis indeed have very large hearts which is evident by their generous gesture of dropping so many catches against India during the semi-final clash," Yuvraj said.

"India would not have gone to the final had it not been for Pakistan's large-heartedness!"

Pakistan dropped four catches of Sachin Tendulkar who went on to make a vital 85 and fashion India's 29-run win over their rivals.

Afridi insisted later that his remarks had been taken out of context, although he stood by his comments about the Indian media.

His remarks shocked fans in India, who had greeted his efforts during the World Cup to promote harmony between the estranged neighbours whose diplomatic relations are fraught with tension. (AFP)