Anushka Sharma hits back after Sunil Gavaskar’s comment about Virat Kohli’s performance

Anushka Sharma sends out a message to veteran cricketer Sunil Gavaskar after his remark on Virat Kohli’s performance during the IPL game last night. Sunil Gavaskar's was referring to a viral video showing Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma playing on a building terrace during the lockdown. 

Cricket icon Sunil Gavaskar on Friday found himself in the midst of a controversy for remarks about Virat Kohli and his wife actor Anushka Sharma in his commentary during an IPL match. “It’s 2020 and things still don’t change for me. When will I stop getting dragged into cricket and stop being used to pass sweeping statements?” Sharma said. 


In the commentary box, Gavaskar had said: “Ab joh lockdown tha to sirf Anushka ki bowling ki practice ki unhone, wo video dekhi hai (reference to a viral video), usse to kuch nahi hona hai (During the recent lockdown he only practised to Anushka’s bowling, I saw a video. But that is not going to be enough). 

Gavaskar was referring to a video clip that went viral after it was posted on a Kohli fan page. In the video, Kohli can be seen bowling to Anushka before taking to the stumps. The video then shows Anushka bowling to him. 

Gavaskar’s remark, however, did not go down well with Kohli’s fans, with some urging the BCCI to remove him from the commentary panel. 

Reacting to Gavaskar’s comment, Anushka Sharma posted on instagram: “Mr. Gavaskar your message is distasteful is a fact but I would love for you to explain why you thought of making such a sweeping statement on a wife accusing her for her husband’s game? I am sure over the years you have respected the private lives of every cricketer while commentating on the game. ” Gavaskar’s remarks were during an IPL match between Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) . 

Kohli dropped his KXIP counterpart KL Rahul twice — once in the 17th over at deep square-leg when he was batting on 83 and then again in the 18th over when he was on 89. The KXIP skipper then went on to shatter a few record on the way to a 69-ball 132 — the highest scored by an Indian in an IPL game. I don't find anything wrong said by sunil Gavaskar about @imVkohli last night. He just mentioned he couldn't get opportunity to practice because of lockdown.

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Ramayan and Mahabharat to be aired on Doordarshan from March 28 during COVID 19 lockdown

Govt mulling to retelecast gems like detective show Byomkesh Bakshi, popular Shah Rukh Khan series Circus, Buniyaad, Mashaal and Girish Karnad classic Malgudi Days

Coronavirus COVID 19 Lockdown Brings Back Ramayan and Mahabharat ...

Amid coronavirus outbreak and 21-day lockdown in India, the government has decided to retelecast 80s' iconic shows -- Ramayana and Mahbharat from today, i.e., March 28 on public demand. Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday had announced the timings of the programmes. Here's how you can watch these epic mythological shows:

Where and when to watch Ramayana retelecast

Ramayana will be retelecast on DD National from March 28, Saturday. One episode will be telecast in morning from 9am to 10am every day, while another will be telecast from 9pm to 10pm.

Where and when to watch Mahabharat retelecast

BR Chopra's Mahabharat, the classic from the bygone era, will be telecast on DD Bharati from March 28, Saturday. One episode will be telecast at 12pm while another will be telecast at 7pm everyday.

Ramanand Sagar directed Ramayana featured Arun Govil as Ram, Deepika Chikhalia as Sita, Sunil Lahri as Lakshman, Arvind Trivedi as Ravana and Late Dara Singh as Hanuman. The show was originally broadcast from 25 January to 31 July 1988.

The BR Chopra directed Mahabharat featured Gajendra Chauhan, Praveen Kumar, Arjun, Sameer Chitre and Sanjeev Chitre as the Pandavas, Roopa Ganguly playing the role of Draupadi, Nitish Bharadwaj as Krishna, Mukesh Khanna as Bhishma Pitamah and Punit Issar portrayed the role of Duryodhan. It was originally telecast from 2 October 1988 to 24 June 1990.

Ramyana and Mahabharat are, however, not the only shows to be retelecast during the lockdown period. The government is also mulling to retelecast gems like the detective show Byomkesh Bakshi,the popular Shah Rukh Khan series Circus, Buniyaad, Mashaal and the Girish Karnad classic Malgudi Days.

Corona Virus US: Covid-19 figures cross 100,000 in USA , a first for any country

The American president also used for the first time war-time powers under the Defense Production Act, under increasing pressure from state governors, to force a private company, General Motors, to ramp up production of ventilators needed to treat severely ill Covid-19 patients.

US President Donald Trump

The United States on Friday became the first country to report 100,000 confirmed coronavirus cases as President Donald Trump signed into law a $2 trillion emergency spending bill aimed at protecting average American families and businesses from economic hardships caused by the outbreak.

The American president also used for the first time war-time powers under the Defense Production Act, under increasing pressure from state governors, to force a private company, General Motors, to ramp up production of ventilators needed to treat severely ill Covid-19 patients.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases continued to climb aggressively, meanwhile, and crossed the 100,000- mark, a first anywhere in the world. It ended Friday at 101, 657, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker; almost 14,000 more than the next worst-hit Italy (86,498). China (81,897) is in third place. The number of US death also continued to climb, to 1,581. New York state drove the surge with 527 fatalities (and 44,876 confirmed cases, also the most for any US state), the bulk of which were accounted for by New York City, 366. Other states with high fatalities are Washington, New Jersey and California.

The United States had crossed 10,000 just over a week ago, on March 19. The exponential increase in the number of reported cases has raised fears that the world’s richest country could become the next epicenter of the pandemic, with a world aggregated total of 593,291; and 27,198 deaths.

“We didn’t choose it but we are going to defeat it together because we’re going to work together, and this is the first start of it,” President Trump said of the public health emergency facing the country as he signed the stimulus package bill into law, flanked by his top officials and top Republican lawmakers.

The bill, which was passed by the Senate earlier in the week, cleared the House with the help of parliamentary maneuverings executed jointly by Democrats, who control the chamber, and Republicans to thwart opposition from a Republican lawmaker denounced by Trump as a “grandstander”.

The $2.2 trillion relief package, reported to be the largest in living memory by US media, includes direct payments to a third of Americans, ramped up unemployment benefits, and loans for small and large businesses hit by the coronavirus outbreak, It also sets aside allocations for state and city governments.

Coronavirus updates: Total Covid-19 cases in India rise to 854

Coronavirus cases in India crossed 800 as the Indian government unveiled a Rs 1.7 lakh crore stimulus to help those hit by the 21-day lockdown. The number of deaths around the world from the novel coronavirus cases has crossed 27,000.

With over 800 coronavirus cases in the country and 17 deaths, the rise in the number of coronavirus patients has seen a sharp rise this month. The administration is leaving no stone unturned in bolstering its response against Covid-19.

The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Ministry of Health as well as members of Covid-19 task force maintain that the community transmission of coronavirus is not happening at the moment, however, preparations to tackle such a situation have already begun.

On Friday, in a press briefing, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that his administration is equipped to handle 100 Covid-19 cases in a day. He said that the Delhi government is now working on the plan to tackle stage 3 of Covid-19 outbreak.


“At present, things are under control, but in case it slips out of hand where the number of cases increases exponentially, we have to be ready with all the arrangements. The 5-member committee of doctors - which was set up to give us an action plan that would kick in if the city enters stage 3 of the coronavirus spread - has submitted its report,” he said.





The panel has recommended an action plan in three stages. Stage 1 where the number of patients is 100 per day, stage 2 where the number of patients is 500 per day and stage 3 when the number of patients is 1,000 per day.

“Delhi is prepared till stage 1. This means, if we start getting 100 coronavirus patients per day, our hospitals will be able to take the load. What we are now preparing for a scenario where the number of patients is 500 or 1,000 every day. The requirement of isolation beds, ventilators, ICU beds, testing kits and tests to be conducted, ambulances, doctors, nurses, their transportation and accommodation - everything is being worked out. We have the SoP ready now. We are already working on a plan for a stage if have 1,000 patients a day. Hope such a situation does not arise,”

6 new Coronavirus positive cases found in the state of Maharashtra in the last 24 hrs - 5 in Mumbai and 1 in Nagpur. The total number of positive cases in the state rises to 159: Maharashtra health ministry

How to Make a mask from handkerchief to protect yourself from Covid19 - Corana Virus

With the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, which originated in the Wuhan district of China, which has been infecting large populations. Doctors are struggling to manage and cure patients.

Even though Covid19 can be cured there is panic, because as the no. of. patients increase, the government cannot handle it. Most governments do not have facilities to cure large numbers of people.

Prevention is always better than cure. Stay safe. Help the state by taking care and being indoors.

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