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PM Narendra Modi asks Virat Kohli about Yo-Yo test, praises J&K woman footballer Afshan Ashiq

NEW DELHI: Skipper Virat Kohli explained how the Yo-Yo test helped the Indian cricketers achieve high-level fitness when Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked him about the mandatory running aerobic fitness routine. Prime Minister Modi was interacting with fitness experts and influencers from across the country to mark the one-year anniversary of the ‘Fit India Movement.’…

Virat Kohli best ODI batsman currently: Steve Smith

MANCHESTER: Australian run-machine Steve Smith has rated his great Indian rival Virat Kohli as the best ODI batsman in world cricket currently. The two batsmen, who will face off in the upcoming IPL and also during India’s tour of Australia later this year, have been fierce rivals on the field but share cordial relations off…

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma announce pregnancy, ‘And then, we were three! Arriving Jan 2021’

Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma announce pregnancy, “And then, we were three! Arriving Jan 2021” Share this on: FacebookTwitterPintrestBy – TIMESOFINDIA.COMUpdated: Aug 27, 2020, 11:40 ISTfacebooktwitterincomCongratulations are in order as Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma are all set welcome a baby. Announcing the arrival of their bundle of joy, Virat Kohli had posted on Instagram,…

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