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Gautam Gambhir wears dupatta, bindi to support transgenders - Cricketer Gautam Gambhir wore a bindi and dupatta at the Hijra Habba, an event held to support transgenders, in Delhi on Tuesday. Pictures from the event showed a member of the community making Gambhir wear a dupatta, which he accepted. Earlier, the cricketer had posted pictures on Twitter showing him getting 'rakhi' tied by transgenders on Rakshabandhan. I'm last to press the panic button: Shastri reacts to criticism - Reacting to criticism following India's 1-4 Test series loss against England, head coach Ravi Shastri said he would be the "last one to press the panic button" when he sees "so many positives". "We're still number 1 in the world. And England know how well we fought," Shastri added. He further said that he doesn't "worry about what critics say". Inzamam once attacked fan with bat for calling him 'aalu' - Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq attacked a spectator who called him "Mota, sada aalu" during an India-Pakistan ODI in Toronto on September 14, 1997. The fan taunted Inzamam using a megaphone, after which the latter climbed up through the crowd with a bat and started hitting the fan. Two spectators were arrested, with the match being halted for 40 minutes. Like having son after 7 daughters: Mohun Bagan Prez describes win - Football club Mohun Bagan's President Swapan Sadhan Bose compared his team's Calcutta Football League (CFL) 2018 victory with the "happiness of a son being born after having a daughter for seven consecutive years". He made the comment as Mohun Bagan won the league for the first time since 2009. Bose later apologised, saying he made the remark "in excitement". 1st ever India-Pak T20I was decided by bowl-out, India won 3-0 - India and Pakistan played their first-ever T20I against each other on September 14, 2007 in the inaugural World T20 tournament. Following a tie, the match was decided using a bowl-out. Virender Sehwag, Harbhajan Singh and Robin Uthappa hit the stumps successfully to help India win 3-0, as Pakistani players failed to hit even once.
Added On: 14 September 2018