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He, However, 2017 2:09 pm Asha Parekh says she wouldn’t have been able to handle stardom of today’s time. many fixtures are at risk to be called off which includes Australia’s Test tour to Bangladesh in August,in-charge and his 7th overall in a career spanning 25 matches,wherein he also crossed 2000 runs overall “I started pretty slow yesterday (Friday) It was just about beingpatient and then bowlers kept coming back but were bowlingwider We got rewarded yesterday (Friday) and today (Saturday) as well They havegot three quicks and a spinner and the longer we keep them outthere the more the scoring opportunity you have That was ourplan to keep them out there as long as possible” Smith added He missed out on his maiden double-hundred but Smithdidn’t admit to any regrets “I was just trying to get as many runs as I could for theteam towards the end so no regrets I was going to declare atTea so I wanted to score as much as possible I think 530 is agood score on the board” he said India were thereafter placed at 108/1 at stumps with animportant day three looming large in the context of theseries “It would have been nice to have taken a few wickets thisevening But if we start well in the morning and get the ballin the right area then we will The wicket is still prettygood The occasional one takes off from the pitch and I thinkif you get the ball in the right area that will create a fewchances hopefully in the morning” Smith signed off For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Singh | Mumbai | Published: March 19 2015 1:20 am All of Girgaum and the adjoining areas of Kalbadevi Chira Bazar Princess Street and nearby localities observed a bandh with stores downing their shutters in the otherwise busy area Related News If the Maharashtrian vs Gujarati debate in Mumbai that gained prominence in the run-up to the state Assembly elections in October last year appeared to have softened following the Shiv Sena’s decision to join the BJP-led government in the state the gloves are now off again On Wednesday the Shiv Sena called for a bandh in Girgaum to demand that the Mumbai Metro Rail Route 3 be realigned to ensure that no resident was displaced and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena too supported the agitation Local MNS leader Arvind Gawde accused the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRC) of parcelling off Girgaum to the “vegetarian lobby” of Gujaratis All of Girgaum and the adjoining areas of Kalbadevi Chira Bazar Princess Street and nearby localities observed a bandh with stores downing their shutters in the otherwise busy area The Shiv Sena demanding that the Marathi manoos of Girgaum not be displaced has been protesting the Metro Rail route’s alignment despite its own government promising to fast-track the project On Wednesday morning around 2500 people participated in a rally from Princess Street to Girgaum’s main junction the rest of the bustling lanes bearing a deserted look What’s more the Sena’s protest received support from residents as well as from the Congress Gawde who participated in the protest said “The commercial structures here include authentic Maharashtrian non-vegetarian restaurants and it also houses the Chira Bazar fish market This area will slowly go to the vegetarian lobby which will never want any outlet serving non-vegetarian food or a fish or meat market to come up in the area again This has been happening across the city Non-vegetarian restaurants and markets have been done away with in areas dominated by Gujaratis Marwaris and Jains” Sena leaders agreed While Girgaum one of Mumbai’s oldest residential quarters has been home to Maharashtrians as well as Gujaratis for decades the Shiv Sena has been harping on its demand for the Marathi manoos to be protected from displacement “Today we have more Gujaratis Jains and Marwaris here” said former Sena MLA Arvind Nerkar Maharashtrian families from the area have begun to move northward and to the western suburbs swapping crumbling buildings with cheaper flats in the suburbs claim political activists from the Shiv Sena and MNS Around 60-70 per cent of the population in Girgaum is Marathi-speaking This move will push out the Marathi population from south Mumbai I am not against the project but it should be done while taking people along” Nearly 650 families will have to be rehabilitated from this area including a handful of local Shiv Sena leaders’ families Despite Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis assuring that these residents would be rehabilitated in the same area once the construction was complete and also that they would get larger homes during the rehabilitation the Sena has remained firm in its opposition Pandurang Sapkal a Sena leader and resident of the area said “I was born and brought up in this area and had never thought of moving out There are hundreds of people like me who think and feel the same Today for the first time I saw thousands participate in a rally and observe a bandh in the area The CM should come out with an alternative as we won’t give up our homes and the area where we grew up” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: March 11 2014 4:45 pm Related News Malsawmtluanga the first footballer from Mizoram to become a top professional congratulates the team As far as Indian football is concerned Mizoram has remained nothing more than a stat And not just in terms of the number of players it has produced Being one of the smallest regions in terms of area and population the involvement of the tiny North-Eastern state has been restricted only to the pilot projects conducted by FIFA and All India Football Federation (AIFF) ahead of launching country-wide developmental programmes Manipur and Sikkim have always gotten away with being the leading lights of the region But it’s Mizoram where the most effective revolution has been silently taking place On Sunday they reinforced this point after being crowned the national football champions for the first time by beating Railways 3-0 in a one-sided final of the Santosh Trophy It’s tempting to term it as a fluke but Mizoram’s triumph is a culmination of a decade of hard work overcoming the challenges posed by almost negligible infrastructure and the language barrier In the last fortnight they have asserted the point by brushing aside challenges from domestic giants like Kerala Maharashtra Manipur and Tamil Nadu en route to their maiden title “So far we did not have the results to back up our potential But in the last few years we have worked very hard Our growth was not noticed by the national media” says Lalnghinglova Hmar the general secretary of Mizoram Football Association Barring a brief upswing in the 1980s when a semi-professional league consisting of government units was formed the state has had no structure despite the game ranking high in public interest Shlo Malsawmtluanga considered to be the pioneering professional in Mizo football says the conservative mindset of the locals too hampered the growth “It was tough to believe that you could make football a profession; playing the game was considered waste of time and everyone stressed on studies” Shlo says It isn’t surprising considering that Mizoram has a 92 percent literacy rate highest in India after Kerala But despite the high literacy language has been a roadblock The majority Christian population speaks only Mizo very few can talk in English and even less in Hindi “So even though the players were talented they lacked confidence in venturing out of the state” Shlo adds Lack of corporate backing and professional clubs almost spelled the death knell for the local game The game’s custodians back then did not feel they were good enough to compete with the rest of the country and whenever they sent the team for a tournament they got thrashed Professional contract But the landscape slowly changed In 2002 Shlo became the first footballer from the state to sign a professional contract with a NFL team (East Bengal) The following year their under-16 team won the Mir Iqbal Hussain Trophy their first-ever domestic title at any level Nearly half-a-dozen players from that team were picked in the junior national team and one of them Zaidin Mawin went on to captain the junior India team These incidents triggered development which reached its peak in the last five years From having virtually no proper ground to play football the state now boasts of four artificial turfs sponsored by the state government Improved facilities resulted in a proper local structure and in 2012 the Mizoram Premier League was established which consists of eight teams and is telecast live on local television “This (Santosh Trophy win) is a direct result of having a strong league In fact we are also reigning junior national champions which is a testimony to our robust developmental program” Hmar says The impact is also visible on the national scene Around 20 players from Mizoram play for different clubs in the I-League with Dika and Dempo’s Jeje Lalpekhlua being the most prominent faces And in the under-19 Asian Championships last October five players in the squad of 23 were from Mizoram “In fact the likes of Dika and Jeje are not even the best players we have They are the fortunate ones who got the break There are many other good players who do not get the chanceto play at the higher level” Hmar says For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 11 2014 11:02 am AAP workers tie raakhis to cops at a police station in Ludhiana on SundaySource: Gurmeet Singh Related News Raksha Bandhan was celebrated with fervour in the city on Sunday Even in Ludhiana Central Jail sisters were seen thronging in large numbers to tie the sacred thread on their brothers’ wrists Members of the Aam Aadmi Party celebrated the festival by tying raakhis on the wrists of police employees They visited three police stations: Sarabha Nagar Police Station Fountain Chowk Police Station and New Shimlapuri Police Station AAP women volunteers tied raakhis on the wrists of the policemen present at the stations while the women police officers were encouraged to tie raakhis on the wrists of the AAP male volunteers As a gift the AAP members took an assurance from the police personnel that they would continue to perform their duty with greatest dedication so that each citizen of Ludhiana felt safe and secure always The city was decked up with a variety of raakhi threads and gift items According to halwais with Raksha Bandhan they consider the start of festive season and sale of this festival gives them an idea as to how the sale will be in the rest of the festive season as well For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News “Our guys have done terrific to be honest. Much has changed since then. The 2014 general election saw the Janata outfits relegated in Bihar and UP, Service delivery, The spokesman said the latest decision of the State Government is a continuation of the policy to further enhance footfall of tourists in Ladakh region and also reflects the abiding commitment of the Government to expand the sphere of economic opportunities for the people in every nook and corner of the State.

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