'Azharon' khwahishen aisi!

The Andhra Pradesh High Court's decision rulling Mohammed Azharuddin's life ban illegal will restore some measure of relief and glory to the former captain and stylish batsman.

BCCI may appeal before the Hon'ble SC against the verdict of AP court.

from:  P. Sukumar
Posted on: Nov 13, 2012 at 20:57 IST

It is the decission of High Court which every citizen of India has to respect and abide it. HC is the pillar of our constitution. I wish a good carrer ahead to make more cricket stars for our country.

from:  Ali
Posted on: Nov 10, 2012 at 01:44 IST

It's really great news for Indian cricket and the people.He has been given clean chit as BCCI was unable to prove it. That shows how pathetic is BCCI.They ruined the career of sportsman without properly investigating it. Let us see what compensation will be paid to Azhar now. Actually Azhar should sue BCCI.

from:  Shafiuddin Mohammed
Posted on: Nov 9, 2012 at 15:44 IST

Batting is on your shoulders now.For Picture 1

from:  Madhu Rao
Posted on: Nov 9, 2012 at 03:05 IST

It's really come he be given clean chit...As joined in
politics, might have used the new skills which he learned there to walk
clean after doing a heinous crime, Congress people might have helped him
how to tinker the issue.

from:  RaajK
Posted on: Nov 8, 2012 at 19:53 IST

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