Ranveer Singh when quizzed on Premier League’s efforts of contributing to Indian football. He said: “The Premier League has been doing some wonderful work of importing knowledge, expertise and infrastructure to the Indian football system. We have a boy from Goa and Bengaluru interacting and playing football with the boys from Chelsea, Southampton and Manchester. These are unprecedented ways of promoting the sport at the grassroots level.” … [Read more...] about Premier League are paving the way for developing grassroots talent: Ranveer Singh
The first posters for the 'Resident Evil' filmmaker’s new video game adaptation 'Monster Hunter' have been released! In the game, the player essays the role of a hunter who is supposed to hunt and kill various monsters. She is a member of UN military forces who fall into a portal to an alternate world where the hunters fight giant monsters. Milla Jovovich will be seen as Captain Natalie Artemis while the rest of the cast includes Tony Jaa, T.I., Ron Perlman, Meagan Good and Diego Boneta. The film will be helmed by Paul W. S. Anderson. Well, take a look at the amazing posters here: Paul has also written the script of the film. Meanwhile, this is not the first time the filmmaker is directing the video-game based flick. He has helmed the first 'Resident Evil' movie, as well as the latter sequels Afterlife, Retribution and 'Resident Evil: The Final Chapter'. The film will hit the theatres on September 4th. … [Read more...] about The first posters of video-game based film ‘Monster Hunter’ are out!
Alligator Blood is the best horse to come out of Queensland in some time and he can claim a maiden Group 1 victory in the Australian Guineas. He has only suffered one defeat during his racing career to date, in the Caulfield Guineas, and he showed his toughness to beat Catalyst in the CS Hayes Stakes. Ryan Maloney will take him to the front and it will take a good horse to get past him. … [Read more...] about Ladbrokes Late Mail: Victoria tipped to dominate in State of Origin
Corporate speaker, pace-bowling guru at MRF Foundation in Chennai, tourism ambassador, proud owner of one of the biggest cancer foundations in Australia... Glenn McGrath dons many hats with élan. However, it is as a pace-bowling legend that the man from the country town of Narrowmine - who went from sleeping in a caravan to having the best batsmen in the world for toast - that the recently-turned 50 (February 9) cricketer is known for. He visited the TOI office in Mumbai on Thursday and played another role, that of a Guest Sports Editor. He spoke on a range of issues. Excerpts: Glenn, what keeps you busy these days? When I played, cricket used to be the only thing to focus on. Now I have some sponsors. I do quite a bit of corporate speaking, commentating and coaching in India at the MRF Pace Foundation. I am also on a couple of boards; I have the McGrath foundation, family. So these things keep me busy. Now, I am over here in India for a couple of days, doing some stuff for … [Read more...] about Brian Lara was slightly harder to bowl to than Sachin Tendulkar: Glenn McGrath
Samsung Electronics Company and HARMAN International roped in PV Sindhu as brand ambassador for its new range of sports earphones in India. The all-new JBL 'Endurance' earphones are designed for athletes and sportspersons and almost anyone who likes growing fit to their favourite tunes. … [Read more...] about ICICI Bank, ManU join hands to launch new range of cards; Denis Irwin & Quinton Fortune grace the event