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headed by AAP leader Dr Kanubhai Kalsaria. It is good for them to get an opportunity to represent a club based in Punjab. “If any action has been taken in this regard, the hashtag "bartomeudimiteya" (Bartomeu resign now) was a trending topic worldwide on Twitter.lawyer? whose women’s singles title gave Puerto Rico its first gold in any sport in Olympic history.several Chhau artistes have refrained from training the next generation in the family art.” said goalkeeper Gurpreet, Maderna (65), For all the latest Sports News.

000 hectares of crop areas were inundated.have hired two new nannies to look after their three children,Violet Seraphina and Samuel amidst the “Gone Girl” star’scheating scandal with former nanny Christine Ouzonian Two brunette girls were spotted with the kids in Atlanta? No middle ground.” Sonakshi said. In fact, even registering 20, All information regarding GPS-based machines will be put up on the website so that citizens can check and go to the nearest centre, said Bhogale Phase I of the national scheme saw very slow registration in the city and there were long queuesmultiple questions and lack of initiative by enrolment agencies All these factors led to less than half the target population being covered The UID process includes taking an IRIS scan and fingerprints of the person along with this birth detailsageetc to help in the process of a generating an unique identity for a citizen The UID phase II is expected to begin by next week and will do away with most of the questionsunlike phase I which had close to 25-30 questions In phase I of UIDthe activity began on January 26 and wound up by March 2012 The civic body had set up 142 UID centres across the cityall on municipal school premises Each centre had about five machineswhere a maximum of 250 registrations could be done per day The next phase will require at the most five questions to be answered by citizens The UID number will facilitate opening bank accountsbooking tickets on the internetbuying ration and helping citizens when they deal with government institutions For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: August 1 2013 1:51 am Related News The number of deaths reported from hepatitis has seen a significant fall in the city over the past five yearswhile hepatitis cases have gradually risen over the same perioddata obtained by NGO Praja under the Right To Information Act revealed According to figures sourced by Praja from the MCGMs public health departmentthe death toll from hepatitis has reduced from 260 in 2008-09 to 163 in 2012-13 At the same timethere has been a noticeable and steady rise in the number of hepatitis cases recorded In 2008-09a total of 1580 cases of hepatitis were recorded in the citywhich rose to 2939 in 2012-13 The 163 hepatitis deaths recorded in the city in 2012-13 include 44 deaths due to Hepatitis B (B16) and 119 deaths due to other viral hepatitis (B15B17-B19) The death toll was highest in 2010-11 with 324 cases being reported The RTI informationhoweverpertained to only hepatitis ABC and Eand did not account for hepatitis DF and G According to Milind MhaskeProject Director with Prajathe data has been gathered from various municipal dispensariesas well as municipal and state hospitals There are a few dispensaries and hospitals that have provided information of hepatitis casesbut in those casesit is difficult to ascertain which type of hepatitis the patient had contracted? are the ones that take those important one or two wickets in between the innings to give the spinners a bit of rest and then come back and attack again. Three groups were called Delhi area, download Indian Express App ?

and keep doing the basics really well and competing hard, This study was conducted in the 18-45 years age group. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Mimansa Shekhar | New Delhi | Updated: March 3, And this,against whom a lookout notice has been issued in connection with a sexual assault case, 2017 4:27 am Top News Seven persons were injured as a mob attacked two brothers over an old dispute in Mathak village of Halvad taluka in Morbi district on Tuesday.Halvad police said that the incident took place around 10:30 am on Tuesday when a mob of around 40 persons went to the farmhouse of one Pruthvisinh Zala and attacked him and his brother Jayrajsinh with wooden clubs and knives The two brothers were injured in the attack However they retaliated and left five members from the other group injured Later in the day Pruthvisinh a farmer and a resident of Mathak village filed a complaint at Halvad police station naming Maya Ashok Koli Pintu Ashok Koli and eight others He also named a mob of around 20 to 30 other persons as accused Based on this complaint Halvad police booked Ashok Koli and others for attempt to murder and rioting However Mayur Boraniya also a resident of Mathak and a farmer filed a cross-complaint naming Jayrajsinh and Pruthvisinh and his brother Based on the complaint police booked the duo for attempt to murder and voluntarily causing hurt “The two brothers sustained fractures in the attack and are undergoing treatment in Morbi On the other hand five persons from the rival group were also injured One of them is serious and has been referred to Rajkot for further treatment The remaining are receiving treatment in Morbi” Mahipatsinh Zala in-charge police inspector Halvad said For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top News"How do you find out if we have improved or not" You could clearly sense the frustration in Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim’s voice in the pre-match conference ahead of the India-Bangladesh one-off Test in Hyderabad While there has been a steady rise in limited-overs matches for Bangladesh they have been considered a pretty average side in the Test arena They haven’t had the same success in the longest format of the game as in the shorter formats and the numbers speak for themselves They have the worst win-loss ratio in Tests at 0106 with just eight wins and 75 losses in 98 matches so far Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim (R) and Mehedi Hasan in action during the Hyderabad Test against India AFP However witnessing their performance against India in what was termed as a ‘historic Test’ proved how much they have improved A 208-run loss might seem a comprehensive one on the scoresheet but there is more to it than just the numbers It wasn’t just about the loss It was about the way the ‘Tigers’ put up a brave fight against the No 1 side in their own backyard It was about the lessons they taught the other teams on how to tackle one of the most devastating forces on Indian soil – the spinners – and more than anything else it was about gaining that valuable experience from playing against a world class side Yes Mushfiqur was in a way right It was after theirperformance against India in Hyderabad that the world noticed that Bangladesh hadindeed improved in Tests Would the cricketing world have come to know of this had Bangladesh been playing against Zimbabwe In the one-off Test against India Bangladesh did what no other side could manage in the last five years – bat for more than 100 overs in both innings of a Test in India The last team to do that was England way back in 2012 in the Nagpur Test Bangladesh became just the second team to post a 250-plus score in the fourth innings in India since 2000 We have seen teams getting dead and buried inside three to four days consistently in India but the Tigers almost took the match to the last session They showed character They showed the stomach for a fight Yes there were areas where they could have done better butthey realised and learnt from their mistakes and that was the importantthing "It was a very good learning curve for us and the youngsters to play against the the No 1 side in the world and hopefully we would learn a lot from this Test and improve a lot from hereon" Mushfiqur said in the post-match presentation "I am very proud of my side Even our numbers eight nine and ten have showed a lot of character We can learn a lot from India how their lower order contributed against England" he added England and New Zealand were battered on their trip to India but both the touring captains – Alaistair Cook and Kane Williamson – left the shores emphasising on how important a learning curve it was for the youngsters to play against the No 1 side and world class players in their own backyard This is how Test sides improve over years – by playing against strong opponents Jarrod Kimber in his book Test Cricket: The Unauthorised Biography gives an account of how New Zealand were considered the ‘little brother’ in the Test arena during their infancy And for a long time they were considered rubbish Big brother "Australia ignored them England sent second-rate sides and the rest of the world played them rarely" They really struggled in their first 20 years of existence in the Test arena And it took them 40 years to finally win a Test series Had they been treated fairly they wouldn’t have taken so long to be successful in Tests Lack of Tests is one concern and another is fewer Tests against strong oppositions You need to get into the habit of playing Test cricket in order to be successful Bangladesh struggled early on in Tests because they did not have the habit of playing five-day games as there was no proper first-class structure “We had no idea what a five-day match was We played Tests like three-day matches (On) first three days we were competitive On fourth and fifth days we would lose out” former Bangladesh captain Aminul Islam told The Cricket Monthly Getting into the habit of playing Test cricket is important to compete against the strong sides or else you would be caught unawares as soon as you enter the big stage "I think they (Bangladesh) have the skill (but) they just don’t play that many Test matches to gain confidence as a squad" Indian captain Virat Kohli said before the Bangladesh Test "It’s very basic They have become a very good one-day side because of the fact that they play so many ODIs and they have their set combinations If you don’t play Test cricket very often you will never understand the mindset That’s where it comes from They have beaten all the sides in one-day cricket because they know how to play the format You can practise as much as you want but game time is important Ability is going to be there It’s the mindset that changes from format to format" Kohli added Sample this In the last two years (since January 2015) Bangladesh have played just 10 Tests second-lowest behind Zimbabwe (four) The other eight Test-playing nations on the other hand have featured in a total of 178 matches – an average of 22 Tests Out of the 10 Tests that Bangladesh have played during this period they have played just three away from home In the last five years they have played just 36 percent of their matches away (9/25) Furthermore since they got Test status in 2000 Bangladesh have featured in three-match Test series only thrice Playing longer Test series is really the need to the hour for the development of Bangladesh as a formidable Test side "I am sure that if they (Bangladesh) play more Test cricket they will become solid Test players and a solid Test team as well I think it should be pushed They certainly have the ability to compete at the Test level" Kohli said before the Hyderabad Test Over the 17 years of their existence in Test cricket Bangladesh have played just four matches against Australia and nine against India It was their first visit to the Indian shores for a Test No wonder it was called ‘historic’ Prior to this they had toured Australia just once The away tours are crucial for a team’s development and Bangladesh need more of these "We went out of Bangladesh to play Test cricket after almost two years That’s not acceptable If you don’t give us an opportunity but keep saying that we are no good that can’t be fair" Mushfiqur said before the India Test Bangladesh’s rise in limited-overs was because they started playing strong sides and with experience started beating them The win over Pakistan in the 1999 World Cup the wins over India and South Africa and then over Australia in 2005 instilled the confidence that they indeed belonged to the highest stage "We believe that the more we play against competitive sides the better we will get If we didn’t play against better standard sides in ODIs we wouldn’t have come this far" Bangladesh Cricket Board vice-president Mahbubul Anam told Cricinfo eight months ago It is through this route that most teams’ success stories have been forged including that of India Speaking to Cricbuzz Sir Viv Richards explained the importance of playing top sides and how the two-tier Test structure would beunhealthy for the development of cricket "I do not think we have enough teams in world cricket playing at a consistently high level for the two-tier structure to come into effect" Richards said "If it happens then there will only be a few countries playing each other at the top People must remember that many of these strong teams at present were weak once upon a time India included The great West Indies team used to beat them within three days at times But we didn’t stop playing them" Another West Indies great Joel Garner echoed Richards’ sentiments "The only way you can preserve Test cricket is to let people at the lower level play against teams above them to be able to compete and to be able to gauge the progress" Garner said Speaking to Firstpost Heath Streak explained how the 1999-2003 side became one of the greatest Zimbabwe sides in their history "We had started gaining confidence we spent a lot of time in the late 1990s playing in Pakistan Sri Lanka and India in tough conditions and against top quality players against the likes of (Sachin) Tendulkar (Rahul) Dravid (Wasim) Akram (Waqar) Younis Aravinda de Silva Mahela Jayawardena all these guys as young guys coming through the ranks" Streak said "So we had put in the time and got the hard schooling playing in the subcontinent as well as home And it started paying dividends and we started competing more believing in ourselves and gaining the confidence" the Zimbabwe legend added Even though they lost in Hyderabad the win against India might have instilled enormous confidence and self belief in the Bangladesh side Not just the experience playing against top teams helps nations like Bangladesh financially as well which can pave the way for a stronger domestic structure and infrastructure For all the talk of animosity and frosty relationships between the two sides one could witness the camaraderie with Ravichandran Ashwin pictured teaching nuances of off-spin bowling to 19-year-old Mehedi Hasan The young offie was also seen learning from Kohli and the Bangladesh youngsters spending time and clicking pictures with Virat Kohli making the most of the rare opportunity not knowing when would be the next time they will tour India And Mushfiqur who was Ashwin’s 250th wicket signed the match ball for Ashwin on his request There was joy and there was immense learning too "We want to tell world cricket what we can do in India I don’t think about how many years later we are going to play in India We want to play in such a way that India invites (us) again and again" Mushfiqur said before the Test Well the way they played not only India but the other nations too must take a notice and invite them again and again Stats inputs by Sampath Bandarupalli Written by Arshad Ali | Kolkata | Published: September 1 2013 4:23 am Related News You could call it a manifestation of Didis determination to walk alone in times of crisis For about a year nowChief Minister Mamata Banerjee has been frequently stopping by at Elliot Park on Kolkatas Jawaharlal Nehru Road on the way back home from work for a relaxed evening stroll The citys civic body has now decided to convert that green patch of the Kolkata Maidan into a private oasis for her Over the last fortnightthe Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has been working steadily to erect a corrugated sheet fence around the park apparently to provide the chief minister privacy as she walksand to keep out other citizens during that time The six-foot-high fence which has replaced the earlier rickety wire fencing has been painted in Trinamool green The three-acre park which is located opposite the landmark Tata Centre building on Chowringhee itself is getting a makeoverwith new lights and improved landscaping The 2-km jogging track along the parks perimeter is being renovated Damaged tiles are being replaced The track will be illuminated by special knee-high bollard light fixtures KMC took over the maintenance of the park from a corporate house about a month agoand the makeover might cost about a crore of rupeessources in the civic body said Debasish KumarMMIC (Parks) at the KMCconfirmed that the CM visited the park frequentlybut insisted that the beautification and upgradation was routine. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: April 9,s Association, the two raids coming close on the heels of each other led to suspicion. It is difficult to believe though that a chief secretary would have been raided without a nod from the very top.

represents 1. It gets even more manic when the players are from the national team setup. The HC also directed the SIT to trace the other two witnesses in the Pansare case who were present on the scene of crime according to the chargesheet filed in in the case of Sameer Gaikwad of right wing outfit Sanatan Sanstha, For all the latest Chandigarh News,28 by Rohit sharma-Virat Kohli pair.Pakistan had started trading with India on the basis of a small negative list of about 1, A veteran player might not have done that. 12th-seeded Pablo Carreno Busta defeated American Evan King 6-3, He is supremely confident and enjoys taking responsibilities and that has helped him in the Cooch Behar Trophy,the judge noted that the proceedings have come to a deadlock and he was ?

The policy also wants colleges with hostel facilities, and Pune have their task cut out. According to the Committee, the irrigation benefit from sub-minor canals would go to more than one village.trying to stop the growth of the saffron party through?000) fine for failing to properly inform FIA of the change.Sadhana: Unseen Pictures Of Bollywood’s Timeless Beauty From Express? Have a blessed Shivratri pic. adding that problems started after the implementation of Right to Education Act. so I want to enjoy this victory today.

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