The wives of cricketers participating in the Indian Premier League (IPL 7) tournament currently being played in Sharjah have been busy posting selfies on Twitter. The photos have gone viral and have been widely circulated in various media.
Seen here are the wives of star cricketers Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Balaji, Ashwin, Dinesh Kartik, DuPlessis and many others.
R. Ashwin’s wife Prithi Ashwin with a friend
A New Jersey court has sentenced last of five men charged with the 2010 fatal beating of an Indian-American computer scientist Divyendu Sinha to more than 12 years in prison.
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Man who beat Indian-American computer scientist fatally gets 12 years in jail
Lawmakers urged the Pentagon on Monday to lift a virtual ban on Sikhs serving in the US armed forces by easing the military-uniform policy to enable Sikhs to wear beards, long hair and turbans in accordance with the customs of their religion.
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US lawmakers urge Pentagon to allow Sikhs leeway in military attire
A missing Indian-American student Pravin Varughese was found dead in a wooded area Tuesday, nearly a week after he was last seen, according to a media report.
Missing Indian-American student found dead
Ashish Bagai will lead Canada at the 2014 cricket world cup qualifier next month in New Zealand Bagai Harvir Baidwan and Khurram Chohan all played in the 2011 world cup when Canada went 15 with the lone win coming over Kenya
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Ashish Bagai to lead Canada for world cup qualifier in New Zealand
Recently recruited New South Wales spin bowler Manjot Singh a car salesman who was coached by Sydney sixers wicketkeeper Daniel Smith has described his representing the Blues as proof cricket was a game that embraced all
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Indianorigin spinner Manjot Singh breaks down barriers to join NSW Blues
Cricket Australia posted a photograph of four men dressed as England spinner Monty Panesar lookalikes on its official twitter account on Thursday then deleted it after widespread accusations of racism
Cricket Australia apologizes for Monty Panesar lookalikes photo
The ground announcer at the tour game between England and Cricket Australias CA Chairman XI in Alice Springs on Saturday has been reportedly sacked after making alleged racist comments towards tourists batsman Monty Panesar over the Public Announcement PA system
Ground announcer sacked for making racist comments against Panesar