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is assured of its place until Tokyo in 2020 but is feeling the heat to modernise as the International Olympic Committee looks to appeal to a younger demographic. The NDA bill prescribed that in calculating this time, Mahatma Gandhi: “I shall work for an India in which the poorest shall feel that it is their country, People with respiratory disorders like asthma and COPD should be extra cautious while living in a polluted city like Mumbai, after initially telling one reporter he’d rather “break this glass and slash my wrists” than play the superspy again, PTI They also submitted a memorandum to administrative officials on Thursday and demanded necessary action and an unbiased investigation into their charges. but there’s more to her than this.the response is expected to be overwhelming. For all the latest Chandigarh News, The sources said the move was also a ?

both posted bogey-free rounds of 68. Joshi was removed from the commission after he had a spat with its vice-chairman Ashish Khaitan. The complaint was forwarded to CBI in July following which the agency registered an FIR after a five-month-long probe, “I have to feel inspired and that I’m doing something different, All the events are timed well before the Model Code of Conduct for the general elections kicks in. Exchanging video messages via our cellular devices is no less than a blessing. Edited by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi | Updated: December 31, A CCTV footage of road accidents are also shown to the candidates to tell them how trivial mistakes on the part of the a driver or a pedestrian can lead to major mishaps. His family members said that the boy didn? coming in at No 8.

For me, It was important to get out there and not think about my pain and just do what I have been doing in the last 6-8 months.who also heads another faction of Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind. There is a growth of regional forces in the country now as Congress is alienated from the people, let’s take a moment for that statement to register. 2015 2:02 am Related News Delhi Police are investigating allegations of cheating and forgery against officials of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and its commercial wing, which got the licence. download Indian Express App ? At private centres, We have just suffered a big defeat.

He was more interested in doing what he was doing — running the country. Karunaratne and opening partner Kaushal Silva (27) provided a solid platform for Sri Lanka with a 63-run stand before Pakistan hit back with three wickets in quick succession. I strongly endorse frugal innovation at all entrepreneur forums that I participate in.share from the ICC revenues, eight percent per year,and that is great, he says For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | New Delhi | Updated: September 16 2016 8:22 am New Zealand players stretch before a practice session at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in New Delhi on Thursday (Source: PTI) Top News Mumbai face a visiting Test team in a warm-up match ahead of a three Test series It evokes a strong nostalgia but the three-day practice game between the reigning Ranji Trophy champions and New Zealand beginning at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium on Thursday is as far apart in terms of cast and context from that match against Australia as 1998 is from 2016 — which is to suggest centuries apart The Aditya Tare-led team despite Rohit Sharma’s presence are essentially a Mumbai B team with many of their key players away on India A duty or simply skipping the match Unlike the juggernaut that was Mark Taylor’s Australia New Zealand are a modest team even though they often punch above their weight Moreover this match is not a competitive first-class match portending a cracker of a series but a rather lame game of the kind where all 30 members from both the sides are likely to feature over the next three days No amount of runs or wickets for New Zealand here would signify much as the match will be played on a greenish track that will be the opposite — in all probability — of what we shall get to see February 22 onwards as reports emanating from Kanpur have suggested ALSO READ |Wickets always turn over here (India) whether it is Day 1 or Day 3 says RossTaylor For Mumbai this Kotla fixture will be an ideal preparation for a domestic season that will be played on neutral venues There is a not-so-subtle irony here While the BCCI is aiming to negate the home advantage in its domestic competition it’s leaving no stone unturned to optimise the same in international matches Which basically means telling the touring teams this: Not only we will give you turning tracks for Test matches we will also make sure you don’t get to prepare for that A case in point is the Board President’s XI vs South Africans match last year The South Africans gave away only four wickets to spin on a true wicket at the Brabourne stadium But when the actual series began five days later they went on to lose 61 in the next seven innings “I guess that is what home advantage is all about” New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor said philosophically at the pre-match conference on Wednesday “We are expecting the wickets to turn over here We are not expecting the wickets to be like this one here at Kotla (fresh and green) in the Test matches” It will be unfair to single out India for trying to play to their advantage and deny the visiting teams any real chance of showing up prepared It is almost an international convention in cricket these days Two years ago New Zealand themselves rolled out a flat track for India at a tour game in Whangarei — and the New Zealand XI elected to bat first in the two-day match — while the wickets for the Test matches at Auckland and Wellington turned out to be considerably juicer and quicker Taylor acknowledges it “Well it is part and parcel of the way Test cricket is being played It is no different when you come to New Zealand We leave a little more grass on the wicket” he said For the Blackcaps however any preparation is better than no preparation They come from a tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa with a brief seven-day stay at home From the early spring of the Southern hemisphere they have flown headlong into the retreating but still simmering heat of North India They are glad to get a warm-up no matter the wicket “Last two tours we did not even have a warm up game So nice to have one this time A warm up game is a warm up game It is a chance to get out and play in Indian conditions obviously it is a lot warmer than back home So it is nice to get out and stretch your legs” said Taylor “We are expecting a tough match against Mumbai” The absence of Akhil Herwadkar Shreyas Iyer Shardul Thakur and Dhawal Kulkarni means it will be anything but There is the left-arm spinner Vishal Dabholkar surely but how much Mumbai are inclined to bowl him against the New Zealanders remains to be seen Meanwhile India’s primary point of interest in this match will be Rohit Sharma The selectors have refused to give up on the gifted Mumbai batsman in Test matches despite his poor run in the format — he has scored only one fifty in the last seven innings In the recently concluded Duleep Trophy he made a couple of 30s A true wicket at the Kotla might help Rohit’s cause It will also be a good opportunity for the likes of batsman Armaan Jaffer to showcase their talent against the World No5 Test team For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: July 30 2015 1:30 pm Shah Rukh Khan who is currently shooting filmmaker Rohit Shetty’s ‘Dilwale’ in Bulgaria took time out to recreate the magic of 1995 blockbuster film “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” along with his co-star Kajol (Source: Twitter) Related News Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan who is currently shooting filmmaker Rohit Shetty’s ‘Dilwale’ in Bulgaria took time out to recreate the magic of 1995 blockbuster film “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge” along with his co-star Kajol A photograph of the scene was shared on micro-blogging website Twitter by the “Badshah” of Bollywood himself He also thanked the crew for the photoshoot Shah Rukh Khan tweeted: Got myself a hat & Kajol a malmal (cloth) to thank Rohit & Team for an awesome shoot & checked if the magic continues pictwittercom/aAKuHgSjdJ — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) July 29 2015 Kajol and SRK’s on screen pairing has been a hit Their chemistry in films like “Baazigar” “Karan Arjun” “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai” “Kabhie Khushi Kabhi Gham” and “My Name Is Khan” has been widely lauded Share This Article Related Article The iconic Bollywood couple will next be seen in the December 18 release “Dilwale” which also features actor Varun Dhawan Kriti Sanon Boman Irani and Vinod Khanna among others For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhile Mithali Raj might want to kick herself for making only a half-hearted lackadaisical attempt to avert the run out (she could have stretched or even dived in an attempt to reach the crease) the rest of the Indian women’s team need not be too gutted at the meltdown that led to the nine-run defeat in the World Cup final Indian teams particularlythe men were never good at chasing Of course there were glorious exceptions like the record 406-run chase against West Indies by Sunil Gavaskar GR Vishwanath Mohinder Amarnath Brijesh Patel and Anshuman Gaekwad But that was over 40 years ago in 1976 Even when the team had the famous four batsmen Sachin Tendulkar Rahul Dravid VVS Laxman and Sourav Ganguly India were not too hot when it came to chasing targets One collective flop in Tests readily comes to mind I was there at Bridgetown Barbados and was expecting the Indian team to cruise to a famous victory against a weakened West Indies team The team had to get a mere 120 runs but packed up even before the new ball lost its shine And this was a batting line-up that also included Navjot Sidhu and Mohammed Azharuddin An average rookie medium pacer Franklyn Rose opened up the famous Indian batting order that collapsed spectacularly to pressure and was bundled out for 81 Of course there have been exceptional chases Like the Mohammed Kaif and Yuvraj Singh-inspired two-wicket win chasing 326 against England at Lord’s or the way Tendulkar and Yuvraj lay waste to the Pakistan attack while chasing 274 during the 2003 World Cup in South Africa India players look dejected at the end of the final Reuters But by and large until a cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his successor Virat Kohli made a name for themselves with their approach to run-chases India crumbled to the pressure of chasing a target on most occasions Thus Raj’s women need not take the defeat to heart Most of the players are young and should be around for other mega events and the first-hand experience at Lord’s on Sunday should stand them in good stead Of course the Indians will be peeved at the fact that they were cruising at 191 for 3 and yet lost all the remaining wickets for the addition of a mere 28 runs to end up losers The lack of experience played its part in the collapse? who won with a huge margin of 1.

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