What she said:
“God gave women legs, so we show them off.”
Poonam Pandey, who made the headlines promising to strip if Team Indian won the ICC ODI World Cup, is not shy of making further provocative comments. She is to be one of the stars leading a Slutwalk in Mumbai—come September.
What she really meant:
“Legs are not just meant for walking, you know.”
What she definitely didn’t:
“How would you like them, waxed or in all their hairy splendour?”
The ICC ODI World Cup or simply the CWC may have better quality of cricket but it is the Indian Premier League (IPL) that will have more eyeballs and larger wads of advertising money thrown at it.
The big losers during the 90-day cricket extravaganza are entertainment channels,films and multiplexes.
Should you feel secure at the 2011 ICC ODI World Cup?
Indian authorities believe that you should.
The 10th ICC ODI World Cup features 14 teams. Of these, only six to eight teams have a realistic chance of winning the cup.
Discerning followers of the game have short-listed five teams to lift the trophy—India, Sri Lanka, South Africa, England and Australia.
The ICC ODI World Cup is almost upon us.
Practice matches—prior to the hurly-burly of the tournament—are in full swing. Teams are trying out combinations and players are trying out shots and deliveries—making sure that they are set for the real thing.