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Yuvraj Singh – MS Dhoni bromance at its absolute best!
Sports   Wednesday, January 11, 2017 IST
 
Yuvraj Singh – MS Dhoni bromance at its absolute best!

Yuvraj Singh – MS Dhoni bromance at its absolute best!

Dhoni and Yuvraj recorded a post-match video where Yuvi paid tribute to 'Captain Cool',thanking him for wonderful memories and achievements.

Indian cricket group bid adieu to one in all their finest captains ever, MS Dhoni, who performed his last match as captain in the Indian jersey as India A took on England XI inside the first heat-up fit of the series.

The unique come across additionally marked the go back of the 'Sixer King' Yuvraj Singh who secured a 1/2-century similar to his captain on the day but regrettably misplaced the near tie to Eoin Morgan led-English facet.

Dhoni and Yuvraj recorded a post-match video in which Yuvi paid tribute to 'Captain Cool', thanking him for awesome memories and achievements as Mahi additionally unfolded on how players like Yuvraj made his paintings



 
 
Forgotten Heros Series: Makhan Singh did India proud but we don't Know the Name
Sports   Wednesday, January 11, 2017 IST
 
Forgotten Heros Series: Makhan Singh did India proud but we don

Forgotten Heros Series: Makhan Singh did India proud but we don't Know the Name

Makhan Singh (July 1, 1937 – January 21, 2002) was an Indian athlete amid the 1960s. He was born in Bathulla town in the Hoshiarpur region of Punjab. His primary claim to fame came was his triumph over Milkha Singh in the 1962 National Games of India in Calcutta. He won various gold awards in National Games and spoke to India at the 1962 Asian Games.

Forgotten Heros Series :Makhan Singh

He won gold and silver at the 1962 Asian Games and  16 medals (12 Gold, 3 Sliver, and 1 Bronze) at the  National Games.

 He was a Subedar in the Indian Army and retired in  1972. After retirement from the army, he started a  stationery shop in his village. He was diabetic and in  1990 his foot was injured by a piece of glass so doctors suggested cutting off his leg. He died in penury in 2002. He also won the Arjuna Award for his achievements.

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