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The euphoria around Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma’s marriage surrounded whole India when they landed in their native country to be part of two gala receptions. The tone was set in New Delhi where Prime Minister Narendra Modi graced the occasions, wishing both of them a happy married life. His presence was majestic, leading to extraordinary scenes. The relatives and close ones left everything to enjoy the company of the most important leader of India at the moment. If Virushka’s reception in Delhi was a gala affair, the second one in Mumbai went one step ahead. From famous Bollywood superstars to big shots of other fields, the event had carnival written over it. Having missed out from the ODI bus, KL Rahul should consider himself unlucky. He has been one of the best Indian players to come out of junior ranks and by dropping him from national team, the selectors have taken a big gamble. Players like him needs backing rather than ill treatment at the hands of national selectors. He was one of the top performers in the T20 series against Sri Lanka, showing his class and temperament in shorter formats. The former Indian players are not too happy with his axing, asking selectors to reconsider their move. There is much more to read from cricket in this issue.
Cricket Today is a monthly cricket magazine in English and is published by a Delhi-based company, Diamond Magazines, which has the support of very experienced professionals. Cricket Today is an ultimate ode to the cricketing world. Besides coverage of all Test and One-day International matches, it has columns written by top writers who have long been known for their compelling writing in this field, the inside-out stories, legendary cricket moments, interviews, player profiles, the history of cricket and its players, exclusive columns, contests and lots more, all laden with evocative photographs.