instead of banning these cricketers better send them for psychiatric sessions and community service. they obviously don't know right from wrong. Time for them to learn humility and humanism. Objectification is the fashion fad of the rich and famous and yes they are hardly the first ones to do so. but let BCCI turn a corner and try and reform them and not punish which will only drive every kind of deviant behaviour under the carpet. hope reason dawns on those who decide
Dear Mr SREE Hari Nair, what a wasted effort by you. Is this something to write about. What they have done is wrong. A gentleman doesn't KISS AND TELL, this basic rule was forgotten. I think the um so proper nose in the air Karan Johar should have had better questions to ask
It looks like Mr. Sreehari Nair feels he is missing all the fun for choosing dirty journalism as his career instead of a challenging sport. I think he has slept through the entire MJ Akbar fiasco.
It is wrong to generalize one mans behavior to the entire sporting community. Think Nair has never heard of Tendulkar, Dravid, Laxman, Kumble and many other sports men who had displayed exemplary behavior both on ground and off ground.
Re: Not a topic that worth spending your precious time
by Sandeep R Patil on Jan 16, 2019 01:38 PM
TRUE ..BECAUSE THERE IS NOTHING NEW...ALL LEADERS , FILM STARS , SPORTSMAN , SO CALLED SCHOLARS ALL SQEZING THE MIDDLE CLASS