Kapil Sharma Threw a shoe at Sunil Grover because the team ate before him

Kapil Sharma has created enough controversy in his Air India Melbourne-Delhi-Mumbai to stay in spotlight for some time. An eye witness explained the situation in the flight in which Kapil Sharma threw a shoe at Sunil Grover because the team ate before him. The eye witness wished to stay anonymous and explained the whole situation that happened in that 12 hour long flight. He said that Kapil has consumed an entire bottle of Glenfiddich whisky and was visibly drunk. Then the crew cabin started t serve the food, Kapil’s team started to eat the food which made Kapil to go crazy who was still finishing his drink. Kapil said “I haven’t started eating but you guys started eating without me?”. Sunil Grover was quick to act and tried to calm Kapil down. Then Kapil lost control and started to hit Sunil with his shoe. He also grabbed Sunil’s collar and started to slap him repeatedly. Kapil Sharma continued to abuse in Punjabi. Neither Kapil Sharma nor Sunil responded for an interview or to comment on the incident. The post Kapil Sharma Threw a shoe at Sunil Grover because the team ate before him appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

VIDEO: Arrested ISI Agent & BJP Leader Dhruv Saxena Giving Lecture on “Deshbhakti”

There is a video going viral on YouTube in which the ISI agent Dhruv Saxena is giving lecture on deshbhakti! ISI agent giving speech about nation! Sounds surprising right ? Yes, It is. The video was originally uploaded his mother saying “Deshbhakt mera beta.” After this video went viral senior congress leader tweeted and said:- “This is disgusting”, he expressed his angered towards BJP and dhruv saxena. This video was also tweeted by Swati chaturvedi, who once interviewed narendra modi. According to India Today (on February 10, 2017), ISI agent Dhruv was arrested in Madhya Pradesh by City’s Anti Terrorist Squad last month and reportedly he was liked to BJP. As per the reports by India Today, that one of the arrested operatives was a relative of a sitting BJP corporator. WATCH VIDEO:- advt The post VIDEO: Arrested ISI Agent & BJP Leader Dhruv Saxena Giving Lecture on “Deshbhakti” appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

Every Women Must Watch This Video to Know Real Thinking of BJP towards Women

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Babulal Gaur created a huge controversy again. This time the octogenarian politician was caught on camera inappropriately touching a woman’s back when she was climbing a bus. This video went viral and has evoked sharp reactions from the political leaders and in social media. The Congress and AAP burning effigy of Gaur demanding action. Gaur had stirred many controversies in the past which involved sexist remarks on rape. He said “rapist don’t tell police before committing crime” and “rape is a social crime, sometimes it’s right, sometimes it’s wrong.” He was caught on a video on Thursday morning when he was about to flag off a “low-floor” city bus in BHEL area. Gaur asked woman workers who attended the event to climb the bus and take seat. When the women were climbing the bus, Gaur touched one of the woman at an inappropriate place. There were no immediate reaction to the incident as no one including the woman hasn’t made any objections. WATCH VIDEO:- advt The post Every Women Must Watch This Video to Know Real Thinking of BJP towards Women appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

Keshav Prasad Maurya knew that BJP is going to win on every booth even...

Viral News: There is a letter going viral which gives a solid proof about Keshav Prasad Maurya. He already knew that BJP is going to win on every booth even before the results. After Bharatiya Janata Party’s victory in UP, BSP’s national president Mayawati accused that there has been a fraud with the EVMs. This case is still in the court, but there is a letter is getting viral on social media. This letter is written on the letter head of BJP state president Keshav Prasad Maurya. In the letter written to BJP workers on March 10, 2017, the workers have been congratulated on BJP’s victory in the state. But the result of the UP elections was announced on the next day which is 11th March 2017. Source of image Now the question is that, How the BJP came to know a day before the election? BJP is still silent on this matter and there is no explanation on this matter yet. The post Keshav Prasad Maurya knew that BJP is going to win on every booth even before the results appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

12th standard student gives strong opinion against Yogi Adityanath

Viral Video:- 12th standard student gave strong opinion against Yogi Adityanath. There is a video going viral of Yogi Adityanath in which a student studying in 12th standard stunned Yogi by his answer. Yogi Adityanath was delivering his speech he said that, If they (probably targeting to Muslims), change their religion and become Hindu; then we will accept them and we will create another cast.He also added that, if they take away and change religion of one Hindu girl then they will change religion of 100 Muslim girls.He continued with a statement that, if they kill 1 Hindu then in return we will kill 100 (again targeting to Muslims). And later in the video, a boy continues with his strong answer against the bad thinking of Yogi Adityanath who believes in differentiating between people based on different religions. The boy stated his strong views against Yogi. To know the answer of the boy and to know in more detail, watch the video attached below. WATCH VIDEO:- advt The post 12th standard student gives strong opinion against Yogi Adityanath appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

Video: Donald Trump Caught Lying and Got Exposed Completly

Donald Trump has become the President of the United States of America even after making all those controversial and racist statements during his election campaign. He even said that he is going to build a wall along the border of the South America to prevent immigrants from entering the country illegally. Donald Trump has said that he would get rid of the Obamacare in the election campaign as he saw it ‘unfit’ for the people and for the country’s economy but now Donald Trump denied speaking any of the words against Obamacare. “I never said ‘repeal and replace Obamacare’, you’ve all heard my speeches. I never said ‘repeal it and replace it within 64 days’.” When looking back to some of his speeches which are a few months old, on November 1, 2016 he said “We will be able to immediately repeal and replace Obamacare. Have to do ot. Because Obamacare has to be replaced and we will do it, very, very quickly.” and on October 25, 2016, he said “My first day in office, I’m going to ask Congress to put a bill on my desk to get rid of this disastrous law and it’s gonna be so easy.” Donald Trump definitely got caught lying red-handed. WATCH VIDEO:- advt The post Video: Donald Trump Caught Lying and Got Exposed Completly appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

VIDEO: Listen What Congress MP Rajeev Shukla Said About EVM Scam

Rajeev Shukla has again raised the topic of tampering with EVMs in the parliament. After BJP won the elections recently in many states including Uttar Pradesh. The opposition parties have been alleging that BJP has rigged the elections. Rajeev Shukla said that he was not going to prove again that the EVMs were tampered by BJP in the elections. “People like Mayawati, Kejriwal and others have raised their doubts over this. The Election Commission (EC) has the responsibility to answer and clear these doubts. NO onw should have doubt over the electoral process” Rajeev Shukla said. Shukla also suggested that voting should take place via ballot system, adding that when a country like America can use the ballot box to vote then why can’t India use it. He said that allegations of EVM rigging has spoilt the taste of victory. He suggested that opinion polls should be banned few months ahead of elections. Shukla’s words can be taken sarcastically taunting BJP to re conduct the elections or vice versa. advt The post VIDEO: Listen What Congress MP Rajeev Shukla Said About EVM Scam appeared first on ViralinIndia.net -.

DJ Duvvada Jagannadham Teaser | Starring Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde

Here’s the teaser of DJ Duvvada Jagannadham starring Allu Arjun and Mohenjo Daro fame Pooja Hegde in the lead. The teaser features Allu playing the character of Bunny, a strict Telugu Brahmin cook who falls in love with the gorgeous Pooja Hegde. He is seen sporting crisp whites in the film and there is certainly more to his character than this as we see the teaser dropping some hints. Check out the teaser here: DJ Duvvada Jagannadham Teaser – Allu Arjun, Pooja HegdeDirected by Harish Shankar, the film has been produced by Dil Raju. The post DJ Duvvada Jagannadham Teaser | Starring Allu Arjun, Pooja Hegde appeared first on Koimoi.

1st Look Poster Of Vikram Vedha: Madhavan & Vijay Represent Two Sides Of The...

The first look of R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi starrer Tamil action thriller Vikram Vedha was released today. In the film, directed by husband and wife duo Pushkar-Gayatri, Madhavan plays an encounter specialist. The poster features Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in their thick bearded avatars. First-look poster of ‘Vikram Vedha’ releasedIt looks as though Madhavan and Vijay represent two sides of the same coin. The face-off between the two actors is likely to be much talked about. Also starring Shraddha Srinath and Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar, the film is being produced by YNot Studios. The makers are aiming for a summer release. The post 1st Look Poster Of Vikram Vedha: Madhavan & Vijay Represent Two Sides Of The Same Coin appeared first on Koimoi.

Vijay’s Bairavaa Crosses The 100 Crore Mark In 25 Days

Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s latest film Bairavaa has now made it to the 100 crore club. In a 25 day run, the film has collected a worldwide gross of 108 crores. The Tamil film managed to rake in around 79 crores at the domestic box office and 30 crores from overseas. Vijay is known to have a huge fan following. Owing to the success of the film, the actor who is known to surprise his crew with gifts, made a special gesture this time too. Vijay’s Bairavaa Crosses The 100 Crore Mark In 25 DaysThe actor presented his unit with gold chains and also presented a gold bracelet to the film’s leading lady, Keerthy Suresh. Written and directed by Bharathan and produced by Vijaya Productions, the film also starred Jagapathi Babu, Sathish, Thambi Ramaiah, Daniel Balaji, Sreeman in key roles. The post Vijay’s Bairavaa Crosses The 100 Crore Mark In 25 Days appeared first on Koimoi.

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Frederick Ponsonby: Cricketing peer, co-founder of I Zingari

Frederick George Brabazon Ponsonby, 6th Earl of Bessborough © Getty imagesThe family appears to have come over from North West England at the time of the Norman Conquest in 1066, having originally resided at Ponsonby, a parish in the Union of Whitehaven, Allerdale Ward, above Derwent, Cumberland. The family is reputed to have had one ancestor who had been appointed the Royal Barber to the court of King William I, a fact that is commemorated in the family crest in the form of 3 combs and a chevron symbolising the open razor that had once shaved the Royal cheeks. The family Motto reads Pro rege, legegrege, the free translation of which is “For the King, law and people. By the time this narrative begins, of course, the family had come a long way, no longer carrying out Royal tonsorial duties, the male members having themselves become Peers of the Realm. It was on September 11, 1815 that John William Ponsonby, 4th Earl of Bessborough, of Marylebone, London and his wife Lady Maria Fane, were blessed with a second son, christened in due course as Frederick George Brabazon. The young scion of the noble family was admitted to Harrow, in the Easter Midsummer semester of 1830. He played cricket in the Harrow first XI in 1832 and 1833, and is noted in the Harrow Register as having become a Monitor in 1833. He completed his Matriculation and left Harrow in January 1834. The archives show the Hon. Frederick Ponsonby (as he was known during his active playing days) playing 13 games for Harrow School between 1831 and 1834 (of which 7 were against MCC), principally as a right-handed batsman who batted in the lower-order. He appears to also have been an occasional wicketkeeper with 3 First-Class stumpings to show for it. He was not known to be a very heavy scorer, bagging a pair against traditional rivals Eton at Lord’s in 1832, and being dismissed for a duck in the only innings he batted in his other game against them, in 1833. During Ponsonby’s time in the Harrow first XI, the school was passing through a horrific run of defeats, the win against Winchester in 1833 being their first victory since 1822. The next step in the overall upbringing of the Ponsonby was admission to Trinity, Cambridge, on February 1, 1834. Ponsonby earned his Cricket Blue in 1836 and took his MA in 1837. It may be noted that he was a member of MCC from 1834, playing cricket for them while he was at Cambridge. He was admitted to Lincoln Inn for legal studies and training, and was called to the Bar on June 15, 1840. Ponsonby’s first game in the MCC colours appears to be a Second-Class match, ironically against his alma mater Harrow in 1834. He scored 9 and 8 and held a catch. He made his First-Class debut for Cambridge against Cambridge Town Club later that year. He scored 2 and 5 and the Town Club won the game by 10 wickets. Interestingly, playing for the Town Club was one Francis Phillips Fenner, and he took 8 wickets in the game. Fenner would become a well-known Cambridge and Hampshire cricketer in the years to come and would later establish a cricket ground in 1848 on land which he had himself leased. This ground, named FP Fenner’s Ground in his memory, is still used by Cambridge for all their home cricket matches. In a First-Class span of 1834 to 1856, Ponsonby played 67 matches (26 of these were for MCC), scoring 1,129 with a highest of 74 and an average of 10.96. He is seen to have scored 3 fifties and to have held 31 catches along with 3 stumpings. Of these, 26 were for MCC. Handbill for Gentlemen vs Players at Lord’s, 1841, a match that was possible only due to subscription raised by Frederick Ponsonby © Getty ImagesPonsonby entered the record books in 1842. Playing for MCC against Cambridge, he made one hit that fetched 9 runs in his first-innings score of 39. Scores & Biographies recorded the historic feat as “a hit to leg for 9, being one of the longest recorded in any match where there were no overthrows.” Ponsonby’s feat has since been eclipsed by the Derbyshire skipper Sammy Wood against the MCC at Lord’s in 1900 by a stroke that had resulted in 10. The match report states: “Wood, assisted by the net and an overthrow, scored 10 in one stroke off [Cuthbert] Burnup in the second innings. The revised net system was in use in this match.” Even so, Ponsonby’s 9 runs off a single delivery was the first of 14 such instance till date, and the only one that did not entail any overthrows. The match between Kent and England at Canterbury in 1841, a game England won by 74 runs, and a match where Francis Fenner was reputed to have scored 34 painstaking runs in about 5 dour and gritty hours in the England first-innings of 163 (Ponsonby contributing 30), proved to be the starting point of a novel show of talent of a different type on the part of the Hon. Frederick Ponsonby. In an article written by Lord Alistair Lexden and published in 2016, the author gives a fascinating insight into the events that ensued at Canterbury around the time that the above-mentioned game was played. Lord Lexden says: “For two weeks in August 1841, the city of Canterbury was en fete. Along with many other entertainments, the editor of a local newspaper wrote later: ‘The Tories had gained a great political triumph, and had succeeded in returning both members for the city to Parliament. The victory was celebrated with dinners and dances; there was a fancy bazaar, at which duchesses, marchionesses, countesses and baronesses kept the stalls.” The Kent vs England game had been witnessed by about 4,000 spectators, “including the leading county families”. In the words of Lexden: “The victory inspired the creation of an annual Canterbury Cricket Week (always spelt with capital letters) which only World Wars had the power to disrupt. From the start, the Week also provided a splendid daily diversion for those attending it: each evening theatrical entertainments of high standard were laid on by a company formed by some of the visiting cricketers and supplemented by friends with thespian talent.” The whole concept of these evening theatricals was mooted by one John Baker, a clergyman, local landowner and amateur cricketer. It seems that the success of the initial performances in a “rundown local theatre (recalled by the participants as a ‘den of dirt and distemper’)” led to a lasting bonding between the participants, led by members of the Ponsonby family, headed by the Hon. Frederick George Brabazon, and including his brother Spencer, both known to excel at amateur theatricals during their Cambridge days. The Hon. Frederick Ponsonby as Theophilus Pole (left) and the Hon. Spencer Ponsonby as Toby Tramp in the farce The Mummy staged by the Old Stagers in 1861. Photo courtesy: The Ricardo AlbumA contemporary media report read: “Many of the amateurs walked the stage with the grace and style of favourite professionals to whom they would bear comparison”. Inspired by the success of the evening theatrical entertainments, the participants were quick to find a name for the group: the Old Stagers. Still flourishing in England more than 170 years later, the Old Stagers, an enterprise inspired and founded by Frederick Ponsonby, is the oldest amateur dramatic society in the world. Since the group’s inception in 1842, their performances have become an integral part of the Canterbury Cricket Week celebrations through the years. The famous lime tree at St. Lawrence Ground, Canterbury, having been planted in honour of the Duke of Wellington’s victory at the Battle of Waterloo, was already flourishing by the time the Canterbury Week and the Old Stagers came into being. The curtain rose on “the first performance of the Canterbury Amateurs” on August 1, 1842. Alfred Mynn was known to have been persuaded to become an active participant in these theatricals with the Old Stagers from 1847 till his death in 1861. There have been several nomadic cricket clubs in England over the years; the names of the Free Foresters, the Incogniti, the Cryptics, the Buccaneers, and the Arabs come to mind. The oldest of this genre of cricket clubs was undoubtedly the I Zingari. In his fascinating History of I Zingari, author WJ Bolland begins by saying: “An intoxicating combination of adrenaline and alcohol can be seen as largely responsible for the foundation of I Zingari on 4th July, 1845. After victory in a game against the school side at Harrow, William Bolland, Frederic and Spencer Ponsonby and R.P. Long had dinner at the Blenheim Hotel in Bond Street. Agreeing that much of the enjoyment of their victory stemmed from the fact that all eleven of them were amateurs, the friends decided that it would be sensible to found an amateur wandering club.” After long deliberations, the group of Old Harrovians decided that the itinerant cricket club would be named I Zingari (The Gypsies). The colours decided upon were Black, Red, and Gold, symbolising the Club Motto: “Out of darkness, through fire, into light.” It was decided that membership would be invitation only. The three founders of I Zingari. From left: Hon. Spencer Ponsonby, John Loraine Baldwin, Frederick Ponsonby © Getty ImagesA rough draft of the Rules of the Club was chalked out: “That the Entrance be nothing, and the Annual Subscription do not exceed the Entrance.” Bolland was elected Perpetual President, the title later being changed to Governor. It was this free spirit of amateur adventure and enjoyment of the game that has been the hallmark of the club ever since. The club celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1995, and the tradition continues with one match scheduled for I Zingari in the calendar for 2017, against Old Amplefordians at Ascot Park on September 10. An arm injury in 1843 imposed some restrictions on Ponsonby’s active participation in cricket to some extent. He repaid his debt to his old school by accepting an honorary coaching role and was instrumental in the recruitment of John Wisden as a bowling coach for the school in 1852. He was associated with MCC for a long period and was the perpetual Vice-President of Surrey County Cricket Club. He played his last First-Class game for the MCC against Sussex at Hove in 1856, bowing out of active cricket with a duck in his only innings. On January 28, 1880, upon the death of his elder brother John George, the 5th Earl of Bessborough, who had died without a male heir, the Hon. Frederick George Brabazon Ponsonby succeeded to the title as 6th Earl of Bessborough. As a Parliamentarian and a Member of the House of Lords, he was nominated as a Member of the Commission to look into the Land System in Ireland (the family had large land holdings in county Kilkenny of Ireland) in 1880. On the basis of the report submitted by the Commission, known as the Bessborough Commission, Prime Minister William Gladstone initiated the Land Bill of 1881. The 6thEarl of Bessborough was never married. He passed away from bronchitis on March 11, 1895 at his residence at 45 Green Street, Mayfair, London, aged about 79. Frederick George Brabazon Ponsonby, 6th Earl of Bessborough, was laid to rest on the family estate of Pilltown, county Kilkenny, Ireland, eight days later. His will was proven (by probate) on June 25, at £114,984 gross and £68,920 net.He was succeeded by his brother Walter William, Rector of Canford Magna, Dorset.

IPL 2017: Dwayne Bravo of Gujarat Lions (GL) ruled out for the season

Dwayne Bravo did not play any of the six matches played by Gujarat Lions (GL) so far this season © IANSAfter suffering a hamstring injury earlier in 2016, followed by a surgery, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo, who plays for Gujarat Lions (GL), has been ruled out for the remainder of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2017. Bravo has still not recovered completely to be eligible to play in the IPL 10 tournament. Gujarat owner Keshav Bansal confirmed the development on Twitter. Bravo did not play any of the six matches played by Gujarat so far this season. Following his exit from IPL 2017, he is also in doubts regarding his participation in the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy 2017, slated to be held in England in June. With April 25 being the deadline for the announcement of the final 15-member squad for the tournament, chances looks bleak for the Trinidad and Tobago cricketer. Dwayne Bravo’s upcoming song to feature Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni? Earlier in December 2016, Bravo was ruled out of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2016-17 after he suffered a hamstring injury during a match against Perth Scorchers. Bravo sustained injury while trying to stop a boundary. Bravo held his hamstring as soon as he incurred pain. Bravo underwent a scan after he was stretchered off the field. He later underwent a surgery in January 2017. Meanwhile, Bravo has found quite a few ways to keep himself occupied in India. Apart from cricket, Bravo has made quite a name for himself in the entertainment industry in India. Going to miss this Champion! Unfortunately he has been ruled out this season due to injury! I wish him all the best for a speedy recovery! pic.twitter.com/XkKiMN9ojt — Keshav Bansal (@KeshavBansal08) April 23, 2017 Gujarat Lions earlier tweeted a video of Bravo and his younger half-brother Darren Bravo. In the video, both brothers can be seen talking about Dwayne’s upcoming song that features India’s current captain Virat Kohli and former skipper MS Dhoni. “We go over to India, India, India. I call up a boy named Kohli, Kohli Kohli. We tell him to WhatsApp Dhoni.” Soon after the stanza, both brothers were seen laughing at full strength.

Pakistan vs West Indies 2017, 1st Test at Jamaica, Day 3, Preview: Search for...

In the limited time available, Mohammad Aamer seized the opportunity to take a five-for — his first since making his comeback in international cricket © AFPThe second day of the first Test between Pakistan and West Indies was heavily affected by rain, resulting in a mere 11.3 overs of cricket. In the limited time available, Mohammad Aamer seized the opportunity to take a five-for — his first since making his comeback in international cricket. At the other end, West Indies skipper Jason Holder scored 55 not out off 69 balls, defying Pakistan. By the time the day ended, West Indies had reached 278 for 9 after resuming the day at 244 for 7. Yasir Shah claimed 2 for 91, while Wahab Riaz and debutant Mohammad Abbas got a wicket apiece. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: Pakistan vs West Indies 2017, 1st Test at Jamaica Day Two had a lot of action in store. West Indies had resurrected their innings — they were 71 for 5 at one point on Day One — but a patient stand of 118-run stand between Roston Chase (63) and Shane Dowrich (56) rescued the hosts out. Yasir Shah struck against the run of play getting both Chase and Dowrich on consecutive deliveries. Pakistan had got the grip of the game yet again. At that stage the score read 189 for 7. Then Holder and Devendra Bishoo added 75 for the 8th wicket, frustrating the Pakistan bowlers. Pakistan had their opportunities of mopping up the tail, but missed chances cost them. Abbas looked dangerous with the new ball but that was it. Wahab has been wayward, often giving away runs and releasing the pressure. Untidy bowling has cost Pakistan, and will hurt them more if they allow Holder to score more runs on Day Three. Holder has already shown signs of cutting loose once Alzarri Joseph was cleaned up. Misbah-ul-Haq will have to end the innings. PAK vs WI, 1st Test, Day 1: Aamer, Abbas’ early damage, Wahab’s stunner and other highlights West Indies, on the other hand, will aim to make it past 300, which will definitely give them a mental boost. Their tail-enders have done a commendable job. It is likely that Holder goes away for big shots immediately on Day Three. With nothing to lose for West Indies, any run that comes on the third morning will be welcome. When it comes to their bowling, Gabriel and Joseph will be hoping to exploit the rain-hit pitch. We have already seen Aamer and Abbas do a splendid job with the new ball. If they get a couple of wickets in the first session, they will certainly be back in the match. Pakistan vs West Indies, 1st Test, Day 2: Mohammad Aamer shines with 5-for on a rain-hit day On the other hand, quick wickets will also bring Younis Khan (23 short of 10,000 Test runs) and Misbah (48 short of 5,000) coming in to bat in their final series. But having said this all, there is this maximum possibility of rain playing the perfect spoilsport on Day Three just the way it did yesterday. Brief scores: West Indies 278 for 9 (Roston Chase 63, Shane Dowrich 56, Jason Holder 55*; Mohammad Aamer 5 for 41, Yasir Shah 2 for 91) vs Pakistan.
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