Forgot the slap ???Harbhajan Singh-Sreesanth incident

The Harbhajan Singh-Sreesanth incident was quite ugly and could have an adverse affect in the Indian dressing room. But former skipper Rahul Dravid does not think so.

"I don’t think it will affect team spirit. I don’t want to comment on that particular incident because I was not there and have not followed it much. But everyone is mature at the end of the day.

Sometimes things do happen in the heat of the moment. But you got to move on," Dravid advised.

What’s in a name?

The use of the term Royal Challengers has created quite a storm with some suggesting that it is a surrogate advertising for a liquor brand.

Even Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said yesterday that he would ask the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to look into the matter despite the Supreme Court dismissing a petition.

However, Rahul Dravid feels it’s not much of an issue.

"This is the first time I am hearing about this. But Royal Challengers does not necessarily stand for the brand. It stands for the royalty that is Karnataka.

The jersey has Karnataka colours — red and yellow. Obviously, the ownership is liquor ownership… no doubt about that. But Kingfisher is sponsoring all the teams. So, it’s not an issue," said Dravid