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his home-side for the ninth edition of the T20 League. particularly in shorter version of the game, That’s what is primarily plaguing Yudh, I finished watching True Detective, the first of which came against Atletico in 1974, 2016. Police said the woman was a student of Kalindi College and a resident of Delhi. The train was approaching the Race Course station around 3.

who the Indomitable Lions recorded their most famous World Cup victory against in 1990 despite having two men sent off in a 1-0 win in Milan. the 2014 edition is a poor imitation.Florin Mergea will take on Dominic Inglot and Robert Lindstedt. India’s Karman Kaur Thandi?dark tan?! Don’t know & I am here for Nerolac the colour ppl ha ha pictwittercom/weN8xJ6Tb5 — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 9 2015 Shah Rukh Khan who will be seen in ‘Fan’ also let his fans know of his return to Mumbai Dil ko bana dein joh patang saanse Teri Woh hawaein hain…landed in Mumbai to this strain on FM — Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) March 9 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News King Khan, West Ham were a wounded team with Andy Carroll forced to continue the game even though he was injured and defender James Tomkins playing with a broken nose. The Red Devils eclipsed the team from the northwest with victory over Burnley on Wednesday night. Odom is also accused of cheating on Khloe and allegedly taking crack cocaine.” a source said.

Mulayam Singh Yadav had told a cheering crowd, “You are hanging people for rape… Boys tend to commit mistakesWe will try to change such a law Those who do it will be punished and the law will also have provisions for punishment of people who file false reports” Manohar Lal Khattar now the Chief Minister of Haryana also prescribed a dress code for women “If a girl is dressed decently a boy will not look at her in the wrong way If they want freedom why don’t they just roam around naked Freedom has to be limited” Khattar had said in the run-up to last year’s Lok Sabha polls While campaigning for the same elections Trinamool MP Tapas Paul had threatened supporters of rival parties with rape “I will send my boys to their houses to rape them” SP’s Naresh Aggarwal — currently an MP in the Upper House — caused a furore when in the aftermath of the Badaun gangrape he said that not even an animal can be forced out of the house He had also said a lot of rape complaints happen because men and women fall out after consensual sex Participating in the discussion on the proposed changes in the IPC after the Delhi gangrape which included stringent penal provisions for stalking Sharad Yadav had said: “Who among us has not followed (women) When you have to talk to a woman when she initially does not entertain you have to keep trying to talk to her…I have experienced this myself” Yadav had said in March 2013 In June the same year in Bhopal former Rajya Sabha MP and currently vice-president of BJP Raghunandan Sharma had said “Girls should stop wearing skin-tight jeans because they show the body in its natural shape and that’s not good Nari ki ek maryada hoti hai’’ Reacting to the Guwahati gangrape in September 2013 Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Minister Kailash Vijayvargiya had said “Women should dress in a way that earns them respect… they should not arouse (sexual) excitement’’ (With inputs from Milind Ghatwai) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News 2015 3:21 am Related News On Wednesday, 21 and 27. Stones bricks and bottles are hurled by different groups Tear gas shells are fired and police lathicharge the mob in many places NOON TO 1 PM Police get a modicum of control over the main road that leads to Vasundhara Enclave They are now faced with the problem of violence spreading to the bylanes Groups armed with bricks hockey sticks and cricket bats take to the streets Some are even carrying knives A police officer said “Its hard for our forces to get into the bylanes People escape into their homes when we approach” 1 PM TO 2 PM The RAF CRPF and personnel of the Delhi Police begin to bring the situation under control one block at a time A convoy of 10 PCR vans move from one block to the next with personnel alighting and entering the bylanes 2 PM TO 3 PM Police start detaining residents who they believe participated in stone-pelting Some residents lock their doors to prevent the personnel from entering but to no avail Some are dragged away and assaulted by policemen when they protest A resident said “There is no way that police could identify our children They were not part of the violence and are being picked up arbitrarily” 3 PM TO 4 PM Violence has largely stopped except in some isolated pockets The main road is cleared and personnel allow shops to open for the first time in the day Some sense of normalcy is restored 4 PM TO 5 PM Many Muslims families which constitute only 20 per cent of the population in the area begin packing their bags and leaving the locality for a few days Taxis pull up in front of houses and women and children are sent away in anticipation of another night of trouble Firoz Ali said “The police are targeting our youth and detaining them We are outnumbered and in case there is violence our women and children will not be safe” 5 PM TO 6 PM Before the light begins to fade people throng the markets and shops selling household goods Trilokpuri seems to be at its busiest in the day and police allow free movement of traffic and people 6 PM TO 7 PM As darkness falls men stand in small groups outside their homes Many pick up stones from the road and carry them inside houses When asked why they were doing so they say they mean no harm but were collecting them only “for safety” A senior police officer said “The situation is still tense We prevented some from collecting stones but not everyone can be stopped Stones and bricks litter the whole area” 7 PM TO 8 PM At 7 pm Section 144 is imposed and police begin doing the rounds of Trilokpuri sending people home Police warn “If you are caught outside your house you will be arrested This is for your safety” 8 PM TO 9 PM Three persons who sustained bullet injuries in the riots are referred to GTB Hospital One of them is critical The three were injured in the morning and were initially taken to Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital 9 PM TO 10 PM Many daily wage labourers return home to find Trilokpuri shut down They struggle to find food and other supplies as shops are all closed Hansraj a rickshaw puller said “Police stopped us from entering the colony Every day we return and eat at dhabas in the colony Today all of them are shut” 10 PM TO 11 PM To prevent another flare-up during the night police hold meetings with local leaders from both sides and ask them to keep the peace For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News 11 AM TO NOON Stone-pelting begins afresh at several places. download Indian Express App More Related News a photo of his three-month-old son started making the rounds on social media. when Mehra narrated the story to his team, director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra will start shooting for his next Mirziya in October. ‘Namak Halal’, earned him praises.

but that the punctuating regularity of the ball reverberating off his bat’s sweet spot was more regular than most of his colleagues.(STATS || POINTS TABLE || FIXTURES) Root’s mood alternated between the murderous and the impish One delivery he would step out to David Willey and cudgel him straight onto the sight-screen the next ball he would hunker down on his knees and paddle him behind Then he would showcase his punchy square drive before maybe out of sheer tedium he would attempt the ramp Perhaps he was reliving his magisterial 83 off 44 balls against South Africa which but for Virat Kohli’s stupefying effort in Mohali would have easily been the knock of the tournament so far In isolation fully detached from emotions there’s little to choose between those efforts in terms of volume quality context or the consequence Without those innings and without these prima donna batsmen of this era it’s a fair assumption to say that both India and England wouldn’t have been where they are now Kohli is by far India’s highest run-getter—184 off four innings at a strike rate of 13237 Root’s corresponding numbers read 168 at 150 He is England’s top run-getter READ: Plenty to learn from Kohli Root: Williamson Then there is Kane Williamson — and Steve Smith too — completing the bracket of contemporary batting canons each often spoken and compared in the same breath with and without context or relevance Smith’s tournament has ended at the hands of Kohli while Williamson has been relatively underwhelming having managed 91 runs at a strike rate of 10224 The latter stat can’t be read into much as he mostly does the support act to the more belligerent Martin Guptill His highest score has been a 43-ball 42 against Bangladesh where again he played second fiddle to the aggressive Colin Munro Not that he can’t score briskly — a strike rate of 124 in 34 matches is admirable — but his designated role has been different to both Root and Kohli’s especially with Guptill in such rambunctious form Circumstances have thrust him the accumulator’s role one where he has to compromise on the aesthetics of his stroke-play for strike-rotation (even there his nurdling and grafting have a beauty of its own) WATCH: England vs New Zealand Preview (App users click here) So Wlliamson in his pre-semi-final press conference was cheekily asked whether he was waiting for his Kohli-Root moment in this tournament Williamson laughing out loudly replied: “I would love to do that They (Kohli and Root) have been playing brilliantly I love both They are outstanding cricketers and they have been fantastic for a long period of time Watching these two bat and perform in the way they have been performing you can learn a lot” he said When saying this he was genuinely appreciative of his peers while also confiding that his own campaign hasn’t been as spectacular as theirs Perhaps Wednesday portends better for him Cut from different cloth Of the four Williamson would be the unlikeliest guy to fret over numbers or be caught up in the sometimes-petty who-is-the-best-batsman rat race that the rest of the cricketing world is so fixated with He seems to be thinking on a higher intellectual plane a reason perhaps he appears so unflustered on the field always in total control of his temper and reasoning Even in routine football sessions he is hardly the most noticed or vocal guy on the field He lets the more maverick spirits shout and shoot and showboat their footballing skills Seldom does he reach out for the ball rather the ball reaches him and he like good footballers always gives the feeling that he has more time and space at his disposal than others His first touch is often a perfect tap the ball falling obligingly at his feet before he gently chips to his teammate the swerve delectable in its flight So if you walk up blindfold when Kane Williamson is batting at the Kotla you’ll probably end up thudding on the sight-screen for he bats as if he has silencers fitted in his bat To this composure owes his uncluttered thinking a trademark of all good captains If any his transition has been seamless and he seems to enjoy rather than be crunched by the weight of responsibilities His approach is simple “From my perspective I am trying to do best job I can It is important to come up with sound gameplans execute them well which we have done till this point I think as a group it’s been nice to see through the transition bringing the team together continuing to grow” he explained In that sense he has made as much of a mark in the tournament as Kohli and Root through his sensible intuitive captaincy It’s convenient to say that he has just followed the template set by his predecessor Brendon McCullum But in his relatively short stint he has shown the requisites to upgrade that template He has infused considerable measuredness to McCullum all-out aggression brand of captaincy PHOTOS: New Zealand England sweat it out at the nets Wednesday will be another test of his captaincy and especially analysed will be the means he would employ to strangle Root who like Kevin Pietersen in England’s triumphant 2010 campaign is something of a figurehead sans the latter’s bombast and self-obsession He is so unlike Williamson too so full of incandescence sometimes even restive and always wearing that vivacious smile of his So is his batting too At his best and even in T20s Willamson is among the delightful batsmen to watch while Root with his baseball style bat-up stance where the ball is held almost waist high as the bowler runs in is more mechanical But prolifically mechanical Whereas Williamson optmises his veritable gifts in the most orthodox and pleasing manners Root aspires to unearth new gifts always wanting to add new shades to his canvas eschewing orthodoxy at times He fully advertises the new England zeitgeist the no-consequence tension-free cricket which skipper Eoin Morgan who believes Root is the best all-round batsman in the world explained: “It’s all about having fun and enjoying what you are doing It’s almost now you earn a licence to go out and express yourself as much as you can If you’ve guys coming out very relaxed about performing and performing on the big stage I think that takes a lot of weight off the shoulders” Morgan like all other who watched Root that night were left wonder-struck ““Other players might be quite one-dimensional whether looking to get off strike or to hit a four He’s looking to diffuse any pressure with any scoring option And it seems to be always low risk He hits sixes he hits fours but it never seems to be a big issue” Like Kohli and Williamson too The fundamentals of their approach have undertones of New Zealand’s free-spirited method in the 2015 World Cup It’s uncut version perhaps Coincidentally England gave the first signs of such a refreshing approach against New Zealand during the latter’s tour last year The most talked about debated and compared and contrasted players were Root and Williamson The thread of the semifinal will be much the same It would be fitting if one of their tournament ends at the hands of the other For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News (Source: AP) Related News If you tried walking blindfolded in the precincts of the Feroz Shah Kotla nets,By: PTI | Fatullah | Updated: February 8 Pakistan’s defeat prevented an all-Asian semi-final despite Umaid’s Man of the Match-winning performance, “Physically he looked regenerated, “if we win all our matches then maybe we are not champions. This would provide a proof of the parking fee charged and also help the contractors keep a check on the staff appointed by them,” PMC estate department in-charge Satish Kulkarni said the only action that could be taken against those charging more parking fee was to cancel their contract but the civic administration felt the contractors should be given a chance to improve. The young actress didn’t step back from performing at a recent awards function despite an injured leg. download Indian Express App More Related News

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