Expectations are god's gift, not burden: Tendulkar
It is god's gift .
The passion which I had (to play cricket) I got to work on it for 20 years.
I enjoy every moment. I don''t think it as a burden.
It was my desire in life that has happened," Tendulkar said. Tendulkar will play his 169th Test when he takes the field against Sri Lanka in the third game of a three-match series here tomorrow, surpassing the 168 played by former Australian captain Steve Waugh.
The 37-year-old said touching the milestone is like a dream realised sooner than expected in his two-decade-old cricket career. "It has been a long journey.
Glasgow, July 27 (ANI): Indian shooters hogged the limelight on Day three of the Commonwealth Games 2014 being held at Glasgow. Prakash Nanjappa gave I... More Glasgow, July 27 (ANI): Indian shooters hogged the limelight on Day three of the Commonwealth Games 2014 being held at Glasgow. Prakash Nanjappa gave India the first medal of the day by winning a silver in men's 10m Air Pistol event. Soon after, Apurvi Chandela and Rahi Sarnobat clinched a gold medal each in shooting as India continued its good show at the games. India's Rajwinder Kaur bagged a bronze in women's +78kg judo competition to add to the three medals the country won in the sport, while Omkar Otari won a bronze in the men's 69kg competition to continue India's strong show in weightlifting.
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