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He has worked hard on his game.He scored at a good strike rate in the Duleep trophy Even on this wicket he was scoring at 65 almost 70 strike rate which for me was a revelation to see Pujara bat that way” said Kohli “If you see his double hundreds against England and Australia he will dominate spinners That’s exactly what we wanted him (Pujara) to do We didn’t want him to go into a shell We want Pujara to bat to his potential Once he starts scoring runs to go with the composure he already has it becomes very difficult for the opposition to have control of the game” Kohli added Talking about the morning session Kohli said they were not overtly worried despite Luke Ronchi and Mitchell Santner going very strong “It wasn’t much of a concern because the reason we scored the extra 30-40 runs was because we could bat them out of the game That’s exactly what we planned to do A target of 430 on the fifth day wicket – fourth day one session and a fifth day wicket – is very very hard to get All your batsmen right till No 10 have to bat really really well So we knew that it was a matter of being patient It’s a good lesson for us good learning” he said “The only thing we collectively decided was that we will take a learning out of this There will be runs scored there will be partnerships but its how we come back that will define our character So going through a difficult situation is very important for us to become better players What I’ve learnt in few matches that I have been captain is that you have to have patience If you get over-excited or keep on bowling in one mould then the game can quickly slip away” Kohli said there will surely be a psychological advantage over New Zealand now but they can’t afford to be complacent since they are up against a team that fights hard “Whoever has the first advantage over the other team they will go into the second Test feeling more confident for sure But it doesn’t mean that you can take things for granted because we know that we’re playing a quality side “For them to show the resilience and the character that they did over the five days of this game we know that we cannot afford to be relaxed at any stage We got relaxed in phases in this game and they capitalised you know they were on the mark throughout the game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Saubhik Chakrabarti | Published: October 3 2009 12:44 am Related News Imperialist-globalisation I love this term I love it even more when I hear it on news TVbecause news TV panel discussions sometimes operate on a beautiful and benign acceptance offirstany old thing thats been said andsecondany old thing said about the original any old thing When the intellectual from Andhra Pradesh on NDTVs Big Fight on Naxalites explained that these chaps are fighting imperialist-globalisationI instantly warmed to him This was a good start to the show There will be more of this for sureI thought And there was The young guest from the CPM said he broadly agrees that imperialist-globalisation is a big problem but what about 1967 (when Naxalites began their enterprise) there was no imperialist-globalisation thenso what were these chaps fighting against The anchor asked he was querying another panelist on whether some people are being unfair to Naxalites and he was paraphrasing the Andhra intellectual arent these chaps essentially fighting imperialist-globalisation Great stuffyou knowall this You go on TVand you use a hugely contested concept and everyone talks about it as if it is as uncomplicated assayaloo matar IndeedI hope I can one day go on news TV and say the big problem with the world is aloo matar And everyone will politely accept my thesis on my own terms The anchor will ask another panelistas Mr Chakrabarti was sayingthe problem we are facing today is aloo matarhow do you think civil society should respond Further food for thought: did the air force chief or his staff see Times Nows paraphrasing of his statement on China issuing funny visas to Indians from Kashmir Equally importantdid you hear the question that prompted the statement It was brilliantbetter than imperialist-globalisation: if the Chinese are issuing visas like thesewhats the military going to do about it and if we arent better prepared this time arent we going to see a repeat of 1962 Sometime you get a glimpse of how tough our soldiers are The air chief patiently answered that he hasnt seen the story but he will take the journalists word for itbut visas were not exactly a militarys remit and why dont journalists ask MEA about them Thisof coursedidnt go down very well What is expected of the chief is that he would thump the table and say every time the Chinese issue a funny visaan IAF squadron would scramble Butlistenjust because you dont get the right answer doesnt mean you cant try SoTimes Now paraphrased the chief as saying he wasnt aware of it (the problem with funny visas) but that it will be taken up Let me repeat that: the chief said ask MEA about itbut Times Now said he said it will be taken up in Indias news TVChinas communist rulers have found an adversary who can be as odd as they themselves can be Oddvery oddthat CNN-IBN wonderedon News at 9whether the judge who granted bail to Shiney Ahuja and asked the actor to stay out of Mumbaiwas indicating he (the judge) was not convinced of the accused persons innocence Soevery time a judge grants bail to an accused and says he can hang around in his hometownthe judge is indicating innocence Even before the trial is over This stuff is also better than imperialist-globalisation [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: August 1 2016 8:21 pm Jakub Blaszczykowski spent last year on loan at Fiorentina and featured for Poland at Euro 2016 (Source: Reuters) Top News Wolfsburg have signed Poland midfielder Jakub Blaszczykowski from Borussia Dortmund on a three-year contract the Bundesliga side confirmed on Monday The 30-year-old spent last year on loan at Fiorentina and featured for Poland at Euro 2016 scoring against both Ukraine and Switzerland before missing the decisive penalty in the Poles’ quarter-final shootout defeat by Portugal “Jakub Blaszczykowski is a great fit for the team not only because of his footballing qualities but also because he leads by example when it comes to determination commitment and passion” Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs told the club’s website (wwwvfl-wolfsburgde) “He’s someone who completely identifies with the club he plays for We are looking forward to having him in a Wolfsburg shirt” Blaszczykowski who twice won the Bundesliga with Dortmund and was a defeated Champions League finalist in 2013 moves for an undisclosed fee having signed a contract until 2019 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Erika is a Polish actor and made her debut in the Indian film industry with Ajay 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Officials believe this will provide necessary fillip to various welfare schemes meant for the community.According to reports while the financial year is coming to an end hardly 25 per cent of the funds meant for government welfare schemes for minorities has been utilised In 2015-16 the minority welfare department was allocated Rs 1024 crore for various schemes Out of this only Rs 322 crore has been used so far in projects like construction of colleges aanganwadi and health centres schools for girls and infrastructure activities including laying interlocking tiles and construction of drains Share This Article Related Article Another flagship scheme of Akhilesh — he had earmarked 20 per cent of quota for minorities in nearly 80 government welfare schemes — has also not given desired results Though regular meetings are held at department levels progress of projects have remained far from satisfactory Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav while addressing a rally in Azamgarh on March 22 had said that though government listens to most problems faced by minorities he is still not satisfied on several issues and would like to hold discussions “There are several issues that delay projects of the minority development Things should be done in a mission mode and there should be commitment for the welfare of minorities This zeal is lacking among several officials” Officer on Special Duty (Minority Welfare) S P Singh said He added: “Several other issues that have delayed minority welfare projects include lack of coordination among several departments and unavailability of land for various projects But things will speed up now as we are following it up regularly” For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: September 11 2015 6:16 pm Actress Pracchi Desai says she has diverse roles to play in her new films “Rock on 2! With ‘Rock On 2!’ there is challenge to make the film better than the first” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTehran Iran: A member of Iran’s team of nuclear negotiators that struck the 2015 deal with world powers has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted in Iran of espionage a semi-official news agency reported on Wednesday While unnamed in the report the only negotiator known to be facing criminal charges is dual Iranian-Canadian national Abdolrasoul Dorri Esfahani His detention if confirmed would make him the latest dual national to be arrested in Iran part of what a United Nations panel has called an "emerging pattern" since the atomic accord The sentencing was only reported by Iran’s semi-official Tasnim news agency which is believed to be close to Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard a hard-line force answerable only to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei The Guard has been involved in nearly every case involving dual nationals or those with Western ties being detained File photo of Ayatollah Khamainei AP "The conviction of a member of the nuclear negotiation team who has been arrested before and released on bail has been confirmed in the Tehran provincial appeals court" the short report read "This person has been sentenced to five years in prison" Philip Hannan a spokesman for Global Affairs Canada said Canadian officials were "aware of media reports that a dual national has been sentenced in Iran" He declined to elaborate In August 2016 hard-line news outlets said authorities detained Esfahani who reportedly worked as a member of a parallel team focusing on lifting economic sanctions against Iran as part of the nuclear deal He was later granted bail which is rare in Iran for those accused of having committed a serious crime After the 1979 Islamic Revolution Esfahani reportedly served as a member of the Iranian team working at The Hague on disputes between Iran and the United States over pre-revolution purchases of military equipment from the US by Iran He is a member of the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants in Canada He also has served as an adviser to the head of Iran’s Central Bank Esfahani’s family could not be reached for comment and Iran’s mission at the UN did not return a request for comment Iran does not recognize dual nationalities so such detainees cannot receive consular assistance In most cases dual nationals have faced secret charges in closed-door hearings before Iran’s Revolutionary Court which handles cases involving alleged attempts to overthrow the government Others with ties to the West detained in Iran include Chinese-American graduate student Xiyue Wang who was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran for allegedly "infiltrating" the country while doing doctoral research on Iran’s Qajar dynasty Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe a British-Iranian woman was sentenced to five years in prison on allegations of planning the "soft toppling" of Iran’s government while traveling with her young daughter Iranian businessman Siamak Namazi and his 81-year-old father Baquer a former UNICEF representative who served as governor of Iran’s oil-rich Khuzestan province under the US-backed shah are both serving 10-year prison sentences on espionage Iranian-American Robin Shahini was released on bail last year after staging a hunger strike while serving an 18-year prison sentence for "collaboration with a hostile government" Shahini is believed to still be in Iran Also in an Iranian prison is Nizar Zakka a US permanent resident from Lebanon who advocates for internet freedom and has done work for the US government He was sentenced to 10 years last year on espionage-related charges Former FBI agent Robert Levinson who vanished in Iran in 2007 while on an unauthorized CIA mission remains missing as well A year ago Caravan magazine published a lengthy feature on India hockey player Sardar Singh pegged on a provocative question: Is Sardar Singh the last of India’s hockey greats It was a time when the Indian team was struggling for form and Sardar was one of the few bright spots but even then it was a strange question because Indian hockey already had at least one other world class player in goalkeeper Sreejesh Ravindran Watch highlights or repeats of India matches over the last few years and you will Sreejesh come to India’s rescue time and again in goal sometimes making multiple saves during the same attack He has preserved victories earned draws and fought valiantly in defeat to keep his team alive He has excellent positional skills and sharp reflexes which make it hard for opposing players to slot the ball past him File photo of Sreejesh Ravindran Getty His performances are inspiring to watch as a spectator They must be even more so for the rest of the Indian players To watch one of your own give everything he has for the sake of the team inevitably demands that the others do the same When Sreejesh led India to silver at the Champions Trophy last month in the absence of Sardar the first time ever that the men’s hockey team had made the final it was confirmation that India did not have to rely on Sardar to lead the team On Tuesday Hockey India announced that Sreejesh would replace Sardar as captain of the Indian Hockey team less than a month before the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro It is the right decision given Sreejesh’s influence on the team’s performance and Sardar’s own struggles including having to face rape allegations whose proceedings are currently in court in the UK The move is also designed to revitalise India’s midfield maestro by reducing the burden on his shoulders India coach Roeland Oltman said “the philosophy behind changing the captain is that we felt people need to take more responsibilities on the pitch and off the pitch Sardar was taking too much responsibilities (sic) because of which he was not performing at the level that is expected of him By changing the captain I believe Sardar will play a much better Olympics” Perhaps most importantly this is the kind of big bold decision we don’t see very often in Indian sports In the Caravan article about Sardar there is this telling quote from then Australia coach and hockey legend Ric Charlesworth who had a brief and unhappy time coaching India as well “He [Sardar] is very good But you know”— Charlesworth paused and laughed the half-laugh again — “hockey is a team sport There is an obsession in India about individuals in a team game Your cricket team is too individual in nature and so are the hockey players” Sardar Singh is (or was) the biggest name in Indian hockey Removing him as captain was always going to make headlines especially so close to a major sporting event It would have been very easy for the selectors to stick to the status quo and wait until after the Olympics to make a change if at all But they did what they thought would give the team the best chance of success regardless of individual reputation or past accomplishments The same goes the selectors’ decision to drop now former India women’s captain Ritu Rani It was Rani who led India to a bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games and it was under her leadership that the team qualified for the Olympics for the time in 36 years Yet these accomplishments were not enough to prevent the 24-year-old from being dropped because of a poor attitude and lack of match fitness Once again it was the future that counted for more than the past All too often Indian sports across the spectrum have subsumed the collective in favour of the individual This is to a large extent because individuals have tended to achieve more than the collective and focussing on the individual takes away some of the attention from the failure of the group This is true not just of team sports in India but also indvidual sports But as long as that cycle continues the success of the group remains a secondary concern Against this history Hockey India’s decisions represent a refreshing and encouraging departure Let’s hope they also represent a turning point in Indian sport and don’t end up merely being a blip in the course of business as usual India’s boxing administration might be in shambles but International Boxing Association (AIBA) President Dr Ching Kuo Wu says the country still counts among the best in Asia and efforts would be made to bring it back into the semi-professional World Series of Boxing (WSB) "We have got strong and traditional boxing nations in the continent I would like to mention at least Kazakhstan Uzbekistan China Thailand India and Mongolia" Dr Wu said on the sidelines of the ongoing Asian Championships here Representational Image Getty Three Indian boxers have made the semi-finals of the ongoing event which is a qualifier for the World Championship in Doha Incidentally World Championship is the first qualifying tournament for the next year’s Rio Olympics The performance is despite the administrative mess back home As of now the country does not have an active federation after a new body — formed only last year — disintegrated following the sacking of its President and Secretary General owing to a revolt by the state units Dr Wu said India is a huge market which remains untapped and efforts would be made to bring it back into WSB "We have to keep focusing to involve more nations from Asia especially India and Thailand to the World Series of Boxing which is our successful project India is a big market with a lot of boxers therefore our job has not been finalised yet in the continent" said Dr Wu "The environment is perfect in the Asian continent therefore boxing could be even more popular in the upcoming years" he added India had a WSB franchise till 2012 before administrative turmoil played a part in the owners giving up the stake PTI "Cricket is the glue that unifies Caribbean so which ever team does well it’s always a massive plus for the people in the region. "Chris is a massive figure for not only just on field but off the field as well.

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