Here are the now viral snippets from the episode which was a part of the third season of Koffee With Karan.
Pandya boasted about hooking up with multiple women and spoke about how he has an open discussion with his parents.
Rahul Dravid, who is celebrating his 46th birthday on Friday, is considered one of the most well-behaved cricketers to have played the game. While Pandya apologised for his comments on Wednesday, the CoA still made a decision to issue the two cricketers a show-cause notice and gave them 24 hours to explain themselves. The team also recommended that an ad-hoc Ombudsman, meeting the criteria set by the BCCI constitution, be appointed to adjudicate on the matter within the maximum prescribed period of 6 months from the date the player is charged. As Johar dove into Pandya's personal life, the latter made several free-wheeling remarks that displayed immaturity and an ingrained sense of misogyny, with people billing his comments as "crass, creepy, sexist, racist, and cringe-worthy". And though Rahul didn't make any controversial comments himself, social media users have blamed him for not intervening and taking up a stand.
Indian nurse 'pulls baby's head off during birth'
Chief medical health officer, Jaisalmer, Dr B L Bunkar said, "I visited Ramgarh and investigated the matter". A case has been registered against the two male nurses but police are yet to arrest them.
A bus driver rescued a barefoot baby wandering in the freezing cold
By the time firefighters and police officers arrived, the girl, who was less than a year old. had fallen asleep in Ivic's arms. This is the ninth lost or missing child to be found by bus drivers in recent years, according to MCTS.
Ireland to take in child migrants rescued at sea
Prime Minister Guiseppe Conte offered to take in some of Malta's migrants, saying there was a limit to the policy of "rigour". Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat addresses a press conference at his office in Valletta, Malta January 9, 2019.
However, as the legal cell refused to term their problematic comments and behaviour on the show as a violation of the code of conduct, CoA member Diana Edulji recommended that they be suspended pending further investigation into the issue.
"It is imperative that players be put under suspension till further course of action is decided for this misconduct as was done in case of [BCCI] CEO [Rahul Johri] when he was sent on leave on sexual harassment matter", read Edulji's response to the legal opinion, which is in possession of PTI.
CoA chairman Vinod Rai had earlier recommended a two-ODI ban for the duo but Diana chose to seek legal opinion before taking any action. Hindustan Times delivers the news across all social media platforms, on the web, and at your doorstep. While Pandya was a certainty in the playing XI, an out-of-form Rahul was not in contention to play on Saturday.