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I learnt not to misuse my freedom: Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar recalled the role of his cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar and his parents in his upbringing and credited the upbringing of his two kids, Sara and Arjun to his wife Anjali Tendulkar. The legendary batsman was speaking at the launch of a book on child health care, titled Even When There Is a Doctor authored by senior pediat... More

Ramakant Achrekar Sir Never Said ‘Well-Played’ To Me: Sachin Tendulkar

Recalling the contribution made by his coach Ramakant Achrekar to his career, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Thursday said that coaches and gurus are like parents. "Coaches, gurus are like our parents, because we end up spending so much time with them, we learn so many things from them," Tendulkar said at a book release function on ... More

My son should be ‘Arjun’, there should be no comparison, says Sachin Tendulkar

For fans all around the globe, the name Sachin Tendulkar rhymes directly with the sport of cricket. In his 24-year career of cricket, the Indian batsman broke almost every record. He scored 15,921 runs in Test cricket which included 51 centuries in 329 innings. He also scored 18,426 runs in 463 ODIs and scored 49 tons in the format. Now ... More

Sachin Tendulkar Urges BCCI to Recognise India’s Blind Cricket Body

Tendulkar wrote to the Committee of Administrator's (CoA) chairman Vinod Rai, requesting him to consider recognition for CABI, weeks after the team won the Blind World Cup 2018, beating Pakistan by two wickets in the final on January 20. "As we celebrate the fourth consecutive victory of the Indian team in the Blind World Cup, I urge you ... More

Unfair to compare teams of different generations, says Sachin Tendulkar

It's been over four years since Sachin Tendulkar called time on his storied career. However, the legendary batsman while enjoying the retired life, still misses his time as an active cricketer. During a career that spanned 24 years, Tendulkar scored a whopping 34,357 runs across the three formats with the help of a record 100 centuries ... More

Sachin Tendulkar wants to see India as a multi-sport nation

Urging the need to create sports cities, cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar today said his vision is to see India becoming a multi-sport nation. “I would like to see India as a multi-sport nation. We should also look at creating ‘Sport Cities’. There is a need for more and more sports academies to nurture young athletes along with ... More

Sachin Tendulkar sanctions Rs 2 crore from MP fund for Mumbai foot overbridge work

Cricket icon and Rajya Sabha member Sachin Tendulkar has sanctioned Rs 2 crore from his Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) fund for revamp of rail foot overbridges in Mumbai here in the backdrop of the Elphinstone Road station stampede. On September 29, 23 people were killed in the rush-hour stampede on a narrow ... More

MP Sachin Tendulkar contributes for Police Training School project

Legendary cricketer and Rajya Sabha member Sachin Tendulkar has disbursed Rs 15 lakh from his allocated Members of Parliament Local Area Development (MPLAD) fund for a 'Water Supply Project' at the Police Training Centre in Sangli district of Maharashtra. The news was confirmed by Sanjay Barkund, who is the head of Turchi Police Training ... More

Sachin Tendulkar recalls “Desert Storm” knock in Sharjah

Recalling his glorious exploits in arid Sharjah, especially his famous "Desert Storm" knock of 143 against Australia to help India romp into the final of a tri-nation ODI event in the late 1990s, cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar described how physically tough it was. "Given the conditions in the month of April - the temperatures are really ... More

Sachin Tendulkar rates 1999 Australia series as toughest of his career

Sachin Tendulkar has had many tough battles in the two decades with the Indian cricket team. He has won many tough ones, while lost some. Among the many, however, the maestro has rated the Australian series of 1999 as the toughest in his 24-year long career. “The toughest series without any doubt was in 1999 when we went to Australia and ... More