Raj Kundra case: Rahane became a victim of people's anger, did this tweet

Raj Kundra case: Rahane became a victim of people's anger, did this tweet

Sports Desk: Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty's husband and businessman Raj Kundra has been arrested by the Mumbai Police. Police has arrested Raj Kundra for making obscene movies and uploading them on apps. But Indian Test team vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane is facing trolling on social media after Raj Kundra's arrest.

Actually a tweet of Raj Kundra is going viral on social media. In which Ajinkya Rahane is praising his work. In this tweet, Rahane is tweeting Raj Kundra about some of his work saying that Sir you are doing a great job. On this Raj Kundra wrote that thank you, you should come and watch live. Rahane is getting trolled for this tweet. 

In the month of February this year, a police complaint was lodged against Shilpa Shetty's husband Raj Kundra. Raj Kundra was accused of sharing obscene videos on social media. After which today the police has arrested him in this case. With this arrest, Ajinkya Rahane is facing trolling.

It should be noted that Raj Kundra is also the co-owner of Rajasthan Royals team in IPL. At the same time, Ajinkya Rahane has also captained the Rajasthan team in the IPL. But now Ajinkya Rahane plays for Delhi Capitals team in IPL.


Tokyo Olympics: Indian pair lose in mixed doubles, Manika-Sutirtha start with victory

Tokyo Olympics: Indian pair lose in mixed doubles, Manika-Sutirtha start with victory

Sports Desk: India's hopes of winning a medal in the mixed table tennis event were dashed on Saturday but Manika Batra and Sutirtha Mukherjee started the campaign with a win in the women's singles event of the Tokyo Olympics here. India's table tennis campaign started on a disappointing note after Achant Sharath Kamal and Manika Batra lost in the last 16 of the mixed doubles category. The Indian pair lost 0-4 to third seeds Lin Yun Ju and Cheng I Ching of Chinese Taipei.

Although world No. 62 Manika defeated Britain's 94th-ranked Tin Tin Ho 4-0 in the opening singles event, 98th-ranked Sutirtha also impressed in her Olympic debut, returning from a fall. She defeated Sweden's 78th-ranked Linda Bergström 4-3 (5-11, 11-9, 11-13, 9-11, 11-3, 11-9, 11-5). Sutirtha will now face Fuyu of Portugal in the second round while Manika will take on Margita Pesotska of Ukraine, ranked 32.

Earlier, Lin Yun Joo and Cheng I Ching gave the Indian pair 11. 8, 11. 6, 11 . 5, 11 . defeated by 4. 5 in the first two games. 1 and 5. After taking a lead of 3, the Indian pair could not maintain the momentum. The 12th-seeded Indian pair could not face the 19-year-old Lynn's flanks, who had made it to the Olympics from a qualifying event. There was no response to his drives from the forehand and backhand. The Indian pair scored 5 in the first game. 1 lead but after that Lin and Cheng scored eight points in a row.

Sharath said after the match, “We should have put pressure on him by winning the first game. The same should be done against the best team. Lynn is one of the best players and he showed." He said, "He forced us to make mistakes. He put up good winners on the returns. After yesterday's warm-up match against Romania, I was feeling better. The draw could have been better but now the focus will be on singles." Sharath and Manika had played together for only three days in the national camp before leaving for the Olympics. Both had raised their Olympic medal hopes by winning bronze medals at the Asian Games.