India Today Web Desk New DelhiFebruary 16, 2019UPDATED: February 16, 2019 12:36 IST India vs Australia: Matthew Hayden enters Virender Sehwag’s babysitting ad saying, “Don’t consider the Australians as kids.”HIGHLIGHTSIndia vs Australia two-T20I series begins in Bengaluru on February 24Virender Sehwag had begun the promotional ad for the series with reference to the babysitting episode in AustraliaMatthew Hayden has now joined the advertisement warning Sehwag not to take the Aussies lightlyFormer Australia cricketer Matthew Hayden has now joined Virender Sehwag in the babysitting advertisement for the upcoming T20I and ODI series between India and Australia. The two-T20Is and five ODIs series will begin on February 24 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru but ahead of the on-field battles, the promotions have all been over the infamous babysitting episode between Rishabh Pant and Tim Paine.Virender Sehwag began the babysitting commercial, where he can be seen with a bunch of kids wearing Australian jerseys, saying: “Jab hum Australia gaye the, toh unhone poocha tha babysitting karoge? Humne kahaa sabke sab aajaao. Zaroor karenge [When we had gone to Australia, they asked us, will you babysit? We said all of you come, we will surely do].”Hayden has responded to the ad and Sehwag on social media by saying, “Never take Aussie’s for a joke Viru Boy.”Now Hayden has joined Sehwag in a new commercial for the series. Sehwag begins the new commercial by bringing bottles of milk for the kids adorning Australian jerseys.He goes to one kid and says, “Beta aap bhi doodh pee lo, warna Kohli aa jayega [Son, you also have milk, otherwise Kohli will come]” and the kid has an expression of disdain.As Sehwag turnaround, a ball hits the bottles in hand and they all fall in the tray. Hayden then enters the ad beaming and says, “Viru Paaji, Australians ko bachcha mat samajhna!”I do not want to say ‘I told you so’ but guess what, I TOLD YOU SO, @virendersehwag!The Aussies are up for the #babysitting challenge from Feb 24 on Star Sports. #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/46knNAenlBadvertisementMatthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) February 16, 2019All the kids then begin smiling wide and clap along.This babysitting anecdote began during the third day of the Boxing Day Test, when Australian captain and wicketkeeper Paine asked Pant, who was batting then: “Do you babysit? I can take my wife to the movies while you watch the kids.”When Pant got the chance in the following innings, he referred to Paine as the “temporary captain” and mocked him from behind the stumps.During Indian team’s New Year meet with Australian Prime Minister, Pant was pictured with Paine’s wife Bonnie and his kids and the photograph posted by Bonnie went viral.The joke went so viral that during the Sydney Test in January, the Bharat Army even dedicated a song to Babysitter Pant.Pant even reacted to the advertisement on Twitter as he wrote, “Viru paaji showing me how to be better at cricket and babysitting an inspiration always!”The first T20I between India and Australia will be held on February 24 at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. The second will take place on February 27 at the Y.S. Rajashekhar Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam.The ODI series will begin on March 2 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. Nagpur will host the second ODI on March 5 at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium.Ranchi’s JSCA International Stadium Complex will see the third ODI on March 8, followed by Mohali (March 10) and Delhi (March 13).Also Read | Will try to be more expressive with the ball vs Australia: Vijay ShankarAlso Read | Never thought I will get an opportunity to play for India so soon: Mayank MarkandeAlso Read | Want to give Rishabh Pant a few ODIs before taking final call on World Cup: MSK PrasadAlso Read | Virat Kohli returns to lead India in T20Is and ODIs vs AustraliaFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Matthew HaydenFollow Virender SehwagFollow Babysitting adFollow India vs Australia Matthew Hayden joins Sehwag in babysitting ad: Australians ko baccha mat samajhnaIndia vs Australia: Matthew Hayden enters Virender Sehwag’s babysitting advertisement and tells him not to consider Australians as kids as the T20I and ODI series draw closer.advertisement
New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday launched the mobile application “Meri Awaaz” to provide a quick and user-friendly approach for reporting of sexual abuse cases. Manish Sisodia described the application as a milestone towards spreading awareness and empowering children at the same time. The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) organised an event for the launch of ‘A Study on Child Rape Victims in Delhi, Smile Clubs, and “Meri Awaaz” Mobile Application’. Priyank Kanoongo (chairperson NCPCR), addressed the gathering while talking about the importance of such studies. Ramesh Negi (chairperson DCPCR) while addressing the gathering talked about how completion of judicial processes which gives a sense of justice to the society isn’t enough for the child, there are other needs that have to be satisfied so that the child can be rehabilitated.Stuti Kacker (former NCPCR chairperson) while addressing the gathering, stressed upon the importance of research and studies related to children to sensitise people and develop a protocol to preserve the needs and priorities of child sexual abuse survivors. DCPCR in collaboration with Samadhan Abhiyan prepared the application.