Read more about 'Leave India' comment will have no effect on Kohli's popularity as endorser on Business Standard. Kohli will have to watch his conduct on and off social media going forward, and remember that he dons two hats - India cricket team captain, and an endorser to almost 22 brands

Mohammad Kaif comes to Virat Kohli’s defence after ‘leave India’ remark | cricket | Hindustan Times Mohammad Kaif comes to Virat Kohli’s defence after ‘leave India’ remark

Virat Kohli has been defended by former India batsman and newly appointed assistant coach of Delhi Daredevils Mohammad Kaif who says Kohli’s remark has been taken out of context.

Virat Kohli won't be proud of his 'leave India' remark: Aakash Chopra

Kohli is currently taking some time off from cricket after being rested for India’s ongoing T20I series against West Indies.

The suggestion made during the Indian team managements meeting with the Committee of Administrators (CoA) is unlikely to find favour with the franchises.

Kohli’s suggestion to rest pacers ahead of World Cup is a good idea but is it too idealistic?

The IPL is an important fixture in the Indian cricket calendar. To give it secondary status will only prove counter-productive in the long run.

Mohammad Kaif Defends Virat Kohli's 'Leave India' Remark, Says India Captain Unfairly Targeted – NDTV Sports

Mohammad Kaif came to Virat Kohli's defence after the Indian captain was criticised for his "leave India" remark to a fan.

The Virat Kohli parody account tweeted 'I will now endorse only Indian brands'.

Virat Kohli urge fans to keep it light, says he's all for freedom of choice Virat Kohli urge fans to keep it light, says he's all for freedom of choice

Kohli courted controversy on Wednesday when he asked a fan to

IPL 2019 could begin a week early – March 23 – so that India’s fast bowlers in particular could get a breather before they travel to England.

Mischievous targeting is a norm for a few: Kaif hits Virat critics out of park over controversial remark - Virat Kohli attracted massive criticisms when he made a controversial comment to a fan, who suggested he enjoyed watched English and Australian batsmen more than the Indians.

Remember earlier this year in June, Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri appealing to Indian fans of English Premier League and La Liga clubs before a game against Kenya in the International Cup? No? Well, that...