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Bhajji wants ‘Bharat Ratna’ for Sachin

cricket Updated: Apr 06, 2011 01:16 IST
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Demanding ‘Bharat Ratna’ for Master Blaster, Harbhajan Singh on Tuesday said Sachin Tendulkar is the most deserving person for the prestigious award because of his immense contribution for country in cricket. “Sachin is playing cricket for the country for the last 21 years, during which he broke many records, and specially after winning the World Cup, he is the most deserving claimant for Bharat Ratna, highest award of the country,” he said. He felt Sachin should have got much more than what he has got so far.

He is Bharat Ratna for us: Dravid

Former India captain Rahul Dravid feels that although Sachin is yet to be conferred ‘Bharat Ratna’ but he is already one for the millions of cricket crazy Indians.“I don’t know when he (Sachin) will get it officially as I am not aware of the rules. But he is already a ‘Bharat Ratna’ for Indian people because of his phenomenal success and the manner in which he has served Indian cricket for years,” Dravid
said. HTC/Agency

Miandad could be pak batting coach
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Smith engaged to Irish singer

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