Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli has been arrested by Police


The former Indian cricketer, Vinod Kambli has been arrested by the police on 27th February, Sunday after being caught in a drunken and drive case. The 50-year-old has stuck into another car, as the car he dashed has belonged to the former cricketer Ramesh Powar's the better half, Tajaswani Powar this Sunday.

After that incident, the Deputy Commissioner of Police Manjunath Singhe has stated that this case will be investigated by the Bandra Police, as she confirmed that the 50-year-old was drunk when he stuck the former Indian cricketer's wife's car.

In that case, considering the reports from The Indian Express, Manjunath Singhe said, "He was driving his car in a drunken state. He has been arrested and further investigation is being done by Bandra police station," as she was quoted by The Indian Express.

In addition to that, the source has also stated that Vinod Kambli has been released on bail as a police officer was quoted on The Indian Express, "He was then arrested and released on bail by evening."

We’ve always had great support from Pakistan: Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja

Australia is going to tour Pakistan after a long time, as they last played a match in Pakistan way back in 1998. Moreover, the left-handed batsman Usman Khawaja was born in Islamabad, Pakistan and later he moved to Australia.

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So, considering the recent reports from The Guardian, "We’ve always had great support from Pakistan. I’m not sure how many of them will be turning up, to be honest; I’m sure we’ll get some ticket requests closer to the date. But from all over the sub-continent, I’ve always had great support," Usman Khawaja was quoted by the source.

"Even from the sub-continental Australians living over here. I don’t think it will be too different. I think they’ll support me, but they’ll also be hoping that we get absolutely smashed," asserted Usman Khawaja.