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“Once our office team played a Kanga league match and there I impressed everybody with my speed. He readily agrees without asking many details. DDC vice-chairman Ashish Khetan recently announced that over 500 locations across East Delhi will be made Wi-Fi zones by the year end, while Bilic has also utilised 21-year-old Edimilson Fernandes and 18-year-old Declan Rice in the position. PTI "The party had requested the district magistrate and the SSP to build a helipad near Shabbirpur in Saharanpur for her (Mayawati’s) visit yesterday but it was not allowed. To attain this goal, he moved the Supreme Court, Former Bihar deputy chief minister and Prasad’s son Tejashwi Yadav, I don’t know if those tapes will ever be released to the public, which caused water-logging situation during peak rainfall in several parts of the city.Yadav however stated that proper arrangements are being made for not to repeat the same mistake adding that Chief Minister M L Khattar is mulling to find a permanent solution to the crisis “Today following a Chief Minister’s directive the DCP and the Chief Secretary held separate meetings We are continuously working to make the situation better In three years we will find a permanent solution We have earmarked Rs 2000 crore for various redevelopment projects out of which Rs 800 crore will be spent on Hero Honda Chowk” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: April 10 2017 5:31 pm Swansea City have only three away wins in 16 matches this season (Source: AP) Top News Swansea City must treat each of their remaining six Premier League games of the season “like a final” if they are to have any hope of avoiding relegation midfielder Leroy Fer has said Swansea’s 1-0 loss at West Ham United on Saturday extended their winless streak to five games and leaves them two points from safety in 18th position “It’s going to be massive but every game left is like a final now” Fer told the club’s website “We still have six games to go and we must go into each one looking to win Watford is next up on Saturday It’s going to be a hard game again but we have to stay positive and go there to win ” The only positive for Swansea from last weekend’s round of fixtures was that teams around them failed to take advantage of their slip-up Bottom club Sunderland lost as did Hull City who are two points and one place above them Middlesbrough four points behind but with a game in hand drew at home to Burnley Fer said Swansea had to concentrate on their own matches even though they will need some help from other sides “We must only focus on ourselves and not look at other teams to do anything for us” the 27-year-old Dutchman said Swansea who have only three away wins in 16 matches this season travel to 10th-placed Watford on Saturday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | New Delhi | Published: September 14 2016 2:15 am Kane Williamson the New Zealand skipper during a media interaction in New Delhi (Source: PTI) Top News A left-arm spinner throwing darts If it were a cryptic crossword clue Ravindra Jadeja would fit the description However in New Zealand’s team meeting room at the ITC Maurya in New Delhi on Tuesday— their first working day of the month-and-a-half-long tour during which they play three Tests and five ODIs — the man taking a shy at the real dartboard is Mitchell Santner Though Jadeja is there too — No15 on the whiteboard on the side which has the names of the Indian squad members written on it And he is there on Santer’s mind as well The bespectacled Santner lends his ear as a member of the support staff discusses the threat the Indian poses They perhaps are aware he has taken a five-for in a Duleep Trophy match less than 50 kilometer away They surely know what Jadeja did to South Africa last year: 23 scalps in four matches Santner focuses and shoots It’s not evident what his aim is but he narrowly misses ‘15’ on the dartboard sequence For the forthcoming series that begins at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur next week Santner’s goal and that of New Zealand spin department’s which includes Ish Sodhi and Mark Craig as well is clear: to go toe-to-toe with the Indian troika of Jadeja Ravichandran Ashwin and Amit Mishra It’s a daunting task and given that they have a grand total of 88 Test wickets — nine more than what Ashwin alone has taken since the beginning of 2015 Not many will give them short odds but there is a quiet confidence in New Zealand coach Mike Hesson’s words “In the last couple of years a number of overseas spinners have done well so we certainly back our spinning group (which is) young and inexperienced but gifted” says Hesson There is quite a bit of truth in it In the Test series last year four South African spinners took six four-wicket hauls against Virat Kohli’s men When England toured India in 2012 Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar flummoxed the Indian batsmen and outbowled the home bowlers This recent phenomenon owes as much to the eroding skills of Indian batsmen against spin as it does to the rank turners that have been laid out of late — the latter often virtually reducing it to a game of Russian roulette as India again discovered earlier this year against New Zealand no less In their World T20 opening match in March New Zealand first surprised everyone by playing three spinners and in a shock of shocks bowled India out for 79 — their tweakers claiming nine wickets among them While it was a vicious wicket in Nagpur New Zealand’s spinners — which included Santner and Sodhi — continued to impress in the remainder of the tournament That was with the white Kookaburra and Hesson hopes his players will quickly adapt to the SG for the Test series “The challenge for us is firstly in adjusting to the different ball — the SG Test is going to be completely different to what we have been operating with the Kookaburra So there is a little bit of change there a little bit of changing around seam angles which are different over here than they are in different parts of the world Even though we are not going to bowl like sub-continental bowlers we do have to make sure that we find a way to create opportunities All those three are keen learners of the game and certainly we are going to put a lot of faith in them over the coming weeks” Reverse gear The SG balls plus dry tracks can also mean reverse swing in the hands of an expert paceman New Zealand have Trent Boult Tim Southee and Neil Wagner who all bowl well with the old ball “Certainly there will be element of reverse swing” Hesson says “You need to adapt with tactics and selection As we get to first Test we need to see the surface That will be huge factor It’s a huge component of playing cricket overseas In abrasive surfaces where there’s not much seam movement we need to find another way We are keen to get reverse in legitimate fashion We have to work on them in coming days” In the end however on a tour of India your bowlers — spinners or fast bowlers — are expected to do only so much It’s in the batting department where the battle is (more often) lost or (less occasionally) won Kane Williamson the young New Zealand captain and one of the world’s top batsmen knows it well “India is a tough place to play particularly in more recent years where the pitches have been very tricky” Williamson says “I guess (when) you throw in world-class spinners the challenges are very tough but at the same time we see it as a very exciting opportunity (The) previous series here certainly spin played a huge part and at times batting was difficult So no doubt it will be bit of a scrap (this time around too) We have three very good spinners as well Playing India at home is one of the toughest challenges As a team we are excited to get involved” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News
I’m just excited to be a part of this group and accomplish something special. that it wasn? Yesterday, I wish my father was alive to see this day Outside his building, titled Losing Sight in Kashmir: The Impact of Pellet-Firing Shotguns,released by the Amnesty International over the impact of pellet guns in Kashmir noted that " a weapon which was meant to be deployed for ‘crowd control’ has been responsible for blinding killing and traumatising people in Kashmir” As per the report the pellet guns have been in use since 2010 and they have left hundreds without visionsince July 2016 "Pellet firing shotguns have no place in law enforcement” it said The Amnestyhas documented 88 cases of people "whose eyesight was damaged-some temporarily some permanently- by metal pellets” The report further noted that school-going boys and girls have lost vision in one or both the eyes and have difficulty reading and playing with friends "Several people have not regained their eyesight despite going through repeated surgeries and are spending considerable amounts on medical treatment” the report added 16-year-old Ifrah was in the lawn of her house when the pellets struck her Image procured by Ishfaq Naseem Some like Ifrah Shakoor who has been featured in the report are shattered Sixteen-year-old Ifrah was fired upon with pellets on the same day as Ashraf Protests outside her house in Rohmoo had swelled when she was hit with pellets Ifrah was sitting in the lawn of her house when the incident occured The Amnesty report has quoted her as saying "I want to read and write but the pellets have made it difficult” Her aunt Rubeena Akhtar said Ifrah was going out of her house to look out for her brother after the joint raid by police and army and she had not even stepped out of their gate when a hail of pellets hit her in the face "Ifrah has undergone four surgeries but is not able to gain vision in left eye” said Rubeena " Now she doesn’t go to the school When the pellets hit her she was reading in 8-th class at Shiekh ul Alam institute which is a private school but now she doesn’t go there She has dropped out as she is not able to read” Zuhaib Maqbool a freelance photojournalist has been left jobless after he was injured in pellet firing last year in September "I am not able to work I used to do photography for newspapers as well as other commercial projects but it is all lost now If I work with my right eye it puts a strain on my left eye and it is painful to work” Maqbool has undergone three surgeries in left eye after he had received two pellets while covering the protests in Srinagar’s Rainawari area last September He said even after pleading with the police that he was only doing his job they didn’t spare him " I also showed my camera but they targetted me” Recalling the incident Zuhaib said he had gone to Rainwari area to cover the protests when the police used indiscriminate means to control the crowd "As the police fired few pellet shots in the air people started dispersing There were three photojournalists including me who were waiting nearby?blingy, and medal contention, Roosevelt Mathias struck three goals, even if moderate parties like the NC and UML form a coalition government, Ashwin has his first wicket of?
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