Tillakaratne Dilshan's son Dihel's birthday party

Tillakaratne Dilshan and Manjula Thilini's son Dihela Dinhas celebrates his first birthday party.

Hard hitter Sanath Jayasuriya is now a dancing star

Sanath Jayasuriya, the swashbuckling Sri Lankan World Cupwinning cricketer, is the prime attraction on season 5 of the celebrity dance show, Jhalak Dikhlaa Ja. 
The show, which garnered publicity a while back when Madhuri Dixit was confirmed as one of the celebrity judges, starts airing on June 4. 
Filmmaker Karan Johar and choreographer-filmmaker Remo D'Souza are the other two judges on the show.

Aravinda interacts with kids at a coaching clinic in Australia

Aravinda de Silva at the Aus-Lanka Cricket Academy in Melbourne, Australia earlier this month.It was a great opportunity for Aus_Lanka Cricket Academy players to meet a legend of Sri lankan cricket and dashing batsman Aravinda Desilva. ALCA coach Manjula Munasinghe & staff highly appreciated his presence and the valuable message conveyed to all players which will be imprinted in their minds.

Malinga's new ball

Lasith Malinga is set to unveil a new delivery which has sent world cricket in to pandemonium. Calamitously, we were less than enthused. Which naturally surprised us. This caused to have a serious talk with ourselves. Which we hate because we are generally sure we are right. Also, it looks odd when you talk to yourself.
We went into an almost Buddhist like self reflection state. Slowly the corroded metal we have for a brain started to churn it self over and as we realised why are not that excited about Malinga anymore.

Famous Five: Cricketers who changed the way world cricket is today

Cricket is a game of conventions. While T20 makes that more debatable by the day – essentially the game is played within some rules, and greatness is often achieved by discipline and skill. Yet, once in a while sheer individual brilliance changes the existing norms of the game and sets a new benchmark.
Each era has produced its share of greats who’ve bucked the trend. Here’s a look at five modern era cricketers, who’ve changed the way we play cricket today:

Arjuna Ranatunga in his younger days

Arjuna Ranatunga born 1 December 1963 is a Sri Lankan politician, former international cricketer and cricket administrator. He served as the captain of the Sri Lankan cricket team for much of the 1990s, and the team won the 1996 Cricket World Cup under his leadership. He is the serving member of the Parliament of Sri Lanka from Kalutara District.
A specialist left-handed batsman and part-time medium pace bowler, Ranatunga's career with the Sri Lankan national team began in 1983, when Sri Lanka were relative newcomers to international cricket and did not perform well against the well-established teams. He became an important player in the middle order of Sri Lanka's batting. Under Ranatunga's captaincy, Sri Lanka began to play more aggressively in both ODI and Test cricket the mid-'90s. Their growing success rate culminated with a dominating performance and triumph in the 1996 Cricket World Cup. Although some of his actions caused some controversy, Ranatunga was praised for his leadership in raising a team long regarded as underdogs to the status of world champions.

Security threat for World Cup

Serious security threat is looming over the International Cricket Council’s World Twenty20 tournament scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka later this year after some important security documents had gone missing from the office of the tournament’s security consultant, a top Sri Lanka Cricket official confirmed.
The security consultant appointed by the ICC Shane Dullewa had reportedly visited Australia on a short visit and had found that some important documents relating to the World T20 security were missing from his office.
He had complained about the matter yesterday to Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) Chief Executive Officer Ajit Jayasekara as the 2012 ICC World T20 main office is also located within the SLC headquarters in Maitland Place, Colombo.