Virat Kohli has a penchant for staying in the limelight, albeit not always for the right reasons.
The Manchester of South India revealed itself in full glory on Sunday. This city prides itself in the fact that it can rain at any venue but have a dry run just 500 metres away.
It’s been four years since Royal Challengers Bangalore were in this position. And the interim has been tough, hurting even.
An electric start at the Eden Gardens followed by two numbing home defeats has left the Royal Challengers Bangalore desperately searching for a winning combination.
There’s something about the IPL that brings out the beast in Suresh Raina.
Heavy afternoon showers appeared to dull the excitement but miraculously the skies cleared and fans came out in sizeable numbers for the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s first home game of the IPL-8 seas
It’s quixotic that the gloom in the city is in stark contrast to the mood in the Royal Challengers’ camp.
Going into the fourth leg of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship 2013, Team MRF’s youngest recruit, Esapekka Lappi — the raciest in current times in the eyes of none other than India’s top rallyist, Gaurav Gill — will come up against the strongest challenge in his fledgling, yet supremely successful stint in rallying.