Mitchell Johnson vows no bouncer let-up despite tragedy
Mitchell Johnson vows no bouncer let-up despite tragedy

Fearsome Australia strike bowler Mitchell Johnson said Monday he will have no reservations about bowling short-pitched balls at India`s batsmen despite the Phillip Hughes tragedy.

India vs Australia: Aussies ready to welcome lion-heart Ryan Harris at emotional Adelaide Test
India vs Australia: Aussies ready to welcome lion-heart Ryan Harris at emotional Adelaide Test

Bouncers or not, the first Test between the touring Indian side and Australia will go ahead in Adelaide Oval on Tuesday. The match will witness the return of lion-heart Ryan Harris after an injury lay-off. And his team-mates are impressed with the fast-bowler's effort.

Australians not shy of bowling bouncers post Phillip Hughes tragedy
Australians not shy of bowling bouncers post Phillip Hughes tragedy

Returning to the aggressive brand of cricket they are known for, Australian pacers on Friday showed no signs of shying away from bowling bouncers in the aftermath of Phillip Hughes' death as they held their first training session here since the tragedy.

ICC says clampdown on bouncer 'unlikely'
ICC says clampdown on bouncer 'unlikely'

International Cricket Council Chief Executive David Richardson on Sunday said that a clampdown on bouncers was unlikely despite the tragic death of Australian Phillip Hughes, according to a report.

Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald
Bouncer should not be outlawed: Allan Donald

South African pace legend Allan Donald has called on cricket bosses not to consider banning bouncers as they revisit safety in the sport in the wake of the tragic death of Australian cricketer Philip Hughes.

India's tour of Australia: Will visitors get pace reprieve from Mitchell Johnson & Co. post Phillip Hughes tragedy
India's tour of Australia: Will visitors get pace reprieve from Mitchell Johnson & Co. post Phillip Hughes tragedy

The pertinent question worth asking and debating at the back-drop of Hughes tragedy is – Will Australia employ the dreaded bouncers against the Indians. The last Ashes series witnessed the ferocity – with which fast bowling was once associated – revived by the likes of Mitchell Johnson

Phil Hughes' death turns attention on helmets
Phil Hughes' death turns attention on helmets

A week ago, cricket was considered one of the safest games in the world, a sport that anyone can play without any real fear for their safety.

Bouncers to hide Ranveer Singh's look in 'Bajirao Mastani'?
Bouncers to hide Ranveer Singh's look in 'Bajirao Mastani'?

 

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh might have created quite a buzz recently with his bald look pictures going viral on the internet. The actor is apparently donning the 'new look' for his upcoming film 'Bajirao Mastani'.

Bouncers held for molesting woman in Delhi

Two bouncers have been arrested for misbehaving with and molesting a woman visitor at a luxury hotel`s night club here, police said Tuesday.

Most wickets in India are conducive to odd bouncer: Cutting

Australian pacer Ben Cutting says most pitches in India are conducive for bowling the odd bouncers, which can make life difficult for the batsman.

`Bouncers` must register with government: Goa CM

Bouncers or muscular, bicep-hugging tee shirt wearing toughies will now have to register themselves with govt in order to ply their trade in Goa.

Bouncers at Delhi hospital for safety of doctors

At first sight, they pass off as just security guards at a hospital but their strong built and tough looks indicate that they are bouncers.

Bouncers at Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital to provide security

Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, located in the national capital has come up with an unique idea of providing security to its staff by hiring bouncers!