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Bhuvneshwar Kumar Reveals His Better Half in Dinner Date Post

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Oct 04, 2017: Indian cricket team pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has, at last, uncovered his mysterious girl. Recently, he had posted a mysterious photograph on his Facebook page, which read “Dinner date, full pic soon,” the picture inscription read.

Surprisingly, the lady on the flip side of the table was edited out from the photograph. At that point, there were gossipy tidbits about the 27-year-old dating Tollywood on-screen character Anusmriti Sarkar, which he intensely denied.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Bhuvi on Tuesday took to Instagram to present his ‘better half’, Nupur Nagar by posting the entire photo of their trip. It peruses: “Here’s the better half of the picture”

He played a crucial part in India’s 4-1 drubbing of powerful World champions Australia in the just concluded five-match ODI series.

The Meerut boy has played 18 Tests, 75 ODIs, and 18 T20Is.

One of the qualified lone wolves in the Indian cricket team, Bhuvneshwar had fans and supporters wishing him no sooner than he posted the photograph.

Prepared by Naina Mishra of Newsgram. Twitter @Nainamishr94

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President condoles Dalmiya’s death

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New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday condoled the death of Jagmohan Dalmiya and called him a “visionary and well known leader of Indian cricket”.

“I am sad to learn about the passing away of Jagmohan Dalmiya. He was a visionary and wellknown leader of Indian cricket,” the president said in his message.

As president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Dalmiya e played a major role in bringing the cricket World Cup to India, Mukherjee said.

Dalmiya, who was president of the BCCI, passed away at a Kolkata hospital on Sunday evening following a cardiac arrest. He was 75.

Dalmiya was an industrialist whose contribution to the establishment of various industrial and business enterprises helped in national development as well as created employment opportunities for thousands of our people, Mukherjee added.

“In his death, the nation has lost a personality who brought Indian cricket as well as Indian industry to greater heights. He shall always be remembered for his untiring hard work and devotion to any activity that he took up,” the president’s statement said.

Dalmiya’s death triggered shock and sorrow among the cricketing fraternity who termed it a great loss to the game.

Dalmiya suffered a massive gastro-intestinal bleeding and succumbed at 8.45 p.m. on Sunday, attending doctor Anil Mishra said.