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MS Dhoni Abides by ICC's Regulation, Removes 'Balidaan Badge' From Gloves

Sports | | June 9, 2019, 8:45 pm
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 Abiding by the ICC's diktat, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was seen without the Army insignia on his wicketkeeping gloves as he took the field after India posted a mammoth 352/5 against Australia in a marquee World Cup clash at the Kennington Oval in London. (Image: AFP)

Abiding by the ICC's diktat, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was seen without the Army insignia on his wicketkeeping gloves as he took the field after India posted a mammoth 352/5 against Australia in a marquee World Cup clash at the Kennington Oval in London. (Image: AFP)

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 MS Dhoni with his wicketkeeping gloves on takes his position during the Cricket World Cup match between Australia and India at The Oval in London. (Image: AP)

MS Dhoni with his wicketkeeping gloves on takes his position during the Cricket World Cup match between Australia and India at The Oval in London. (Image: AP)

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 Mahendra Singh Dhoni is seen without the Army insignia on his wicketkeeping gloves. (Image: AFP)

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is seen without the Army insignia on his wicketkeeping gloves. (Image: AFP)

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 With Indians across all paths of life coming out in support of former India skipper MS Dhoni after the International Cricket Council (ICC) asked him to remove the 'Balidaan Badge from his wicketkeeping gloves, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket have sent in a request to the ICC asking them to allow Dhoni to have the logo on his gloves.

With Indians across all paths of life coming out in support of former India skipper MS Dhoni after the International Cricket Council (ICC) asked him to remove the 'Balidaan Badge from his wicketkeeping gloves, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket have sent in a request to the ICC asking them to allow Dhoni to have the logo on his gloves.

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 India's opening game in the ongoing World Cup saw former skipper, MS Dhoni, once again profess his love for the security forces after he was spotted with regimental dagger insignia of the Indian Para Special Forces on his wicket-keeping gloves. (Image: Reuters)

India's opening game in the ongoing World Cup saw former skipper, MS Dhoni, once again profess his love for the security forces after he was spotted with regimental dagger insignia of the Indian Para Special Forces on his wicket-keeping gloves. (Image: Reuters)

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The "Balidaan Badge" or the Army insignia was spotted on his gloves as television replays showed him stumping Phehlukwayo in the 40th over of the innings bowled by Yuzvendra Chahal. (Image: Reuters)

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 During the course of India's six-wicket win over South Africa at The Rose Bowl, Dhoni displayed the best of his game while stumping Andile Phehlukwayo and scoring 34 runs. (Image: AP)

During the course of India's six-wicket win over South Africa at The Rose Bowl, Dhoni displayed the best of his game while stumping Andile Phehlukwayo and scoring 34 runs. (Image: AP)

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 The pictures of Dhoni's gloves went viral on social media within no time and fans poured in love and respect for the 37-year-old.

The pictures of Dhoni's gloves went viral on social media within no time and fans poured in love and respect for the 37-year-old.

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 It was not the first instance when Dhoni was seen making his support for the Indian forces public on the cricket field. After the Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF troopers lost their lives, Dhoni had come out with an idea of wearing camouflage caps during an ODI against Australia in March. (Image: Reuters)

It was not the first instance when Dhoni was seen making his support for the Indian forces public on the cricket field. After the Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF troopers lost their lives, Dhoni had come out with an idea of wearing camouflage caps during an ODI against Australia in March. (Image: Reuters)

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 MS Dhoni and Yuzvendra Chahal celebrate the dismissal of South Africa's Andile Phehlukwayo during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

MS Dhoni and Yuzvendra Chahal celebrate the dismissal of South Africa's Andile Phehlukwayo during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

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 MS Dhoni appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of South Africa's JP Duminy during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

MS Dhoni appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of South Africa's JP Duminy during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

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 MS Dhoni runs to field the ball during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

MS Dhoni runs to field the ball during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

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 MS Dhoni smiles after the dismissal of a South African batsman during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

MS Dhoni smiles after the dismissal of a South African batsman during the Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton, England. (Image: AP)

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