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He is heading in the right direction. "Last couple of days, The leaders demanded that the infrastructure must be upgraded in order to ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity to the city residents.the infrastructure could not sustain the load." a BCCI release stated.illegal? Additional Sessions Judge Yogesh Khanna hadthereforedeclined to give permission to use the interview Howeverthe bench of Justice G P Mittal overturned the decisionobserving that while Section 327(2) of the CrPC prohibits publication of court proceedingsit does not put a blanket ban on anybody talking about the offence of rape in respect of which trial is going on. The prosecution had argued that since the Code of Criminal Procedure did not allow the media to print or publish proceedings of a rape trial.

Rajiv, When she approached Yeravdekar directly, on the other hand, For all the latest Delhi News, 2017 23:17 PM | Updated Date: Aug 17, Published Date: Aug 17, It will not only increase the employment opportunities but also facilitate the commercial ties between the two cities. For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News 2012 12:47 am Related News In a bid to support San Jose-Pune sister cities linkage, "Pakistan’s efforts towards peace are awaiting reciprocal actions from the Afghan side in terms of clearance of vast stretches of ungoverned spaces on that side, controlling poppy cultivation.

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Representational image.who is a juvenile,s hard work in vain, The ICC acted with resolve and banned from all forms of cricket the three players,for a period of five years which expired in September of 2015 Salman Butt during one of his court appearances during the match-fixing case hearings Photo courtesy Getty Images While Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif were looked upon as accomplices in the ‘spot-fixing’ plot the brunt of public resentment was directed at Salman Butt To many he was simply the ring-leader and therefore not subject to the sort of empathy that Amir elicited and which lead to the left-arm fast-bowler’s eventual return to the international side in 2016 For Salman however no such public supportexisted and despite protestations to the contrary his wait to resume his international career — which stood at 135 matches — continues to this day However it appears that there is light at the end of the tunnel for Butt and reason for optimism based on recent remarks made by chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq Ul-Haq offered some hope regarding the former Pakistan captain’s return to international cricket Butt later said “It was very encouraging to hear Inzamam-ul-Haq’s comments about me and the possibility of (me) being selected for the Pakistan A squad for the upcoming tour of Zimbabwe His words have given me inspiration to work even harder and perform even better in domestic cricket this season This is exactly the good news I had been waiting for and I feel I am on the right track for a return to international cricket” Inzamam’s words may have brought some comfort but Salman knows that it won’t be easy to regain the respect of his fellow countrymen especially those who felt humiliated as a result of the spot-fixing scandal Prominent among these is TV commentator and former Pakistan batsman Ramiz Raja who minced no words in criticising any moves to allow disgraced cricketers back into the national squad For Salman such views are painful but he knows that despite all his efforts there will always be some who will never forgive him “A few people mentioned Ramiz Raja’s recent comments about me and I have always respected him as a former Pakistan cricketer and a senior player and I will continue to respect him He is entitled to his opinion I guess but my aim is to do well for Pakistan and change his opinions about me Our future is not in the hands of any individual rather it is God’s wish what happens and He controls our destiny You cannot have positive opinions about yourself from everyone and that’s just the way it is” Butt said For the moment the former Pakistan batsman knows that he will have to continue to work assiduously at his game at the domestic level as only that metric will be used to measure his suitability for a return to the national side He explained “I’m really happy with my performances in domestic cricket since my return to cricket especially considering that I was making a comeback after six years If I am being honest I was expecting an international recall sooner. but I’ll be more than happy whenever that international recall comes I’ve had to be patient but I’m on it I’m working hard and I’m hopeful and confident that I will wear the Pakistan shirt once again” He may be putting a brave face on it but there is an air of desperation in Salman Butt’s pleas for a chance to represent his country All he can do is to put in the hard-yards in domestic cricket which are a pre-requisite for a consideration for a return to international cricket “I was amongst the top run-scorers in last season’s Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and in 2016 I was the second highest run-scorer in the National One-Day Cup and the National T20 Cup I was the only opening batsman among the leading run scorers in the aforementioned domestic competitions I think now it’s a case of proving myself in international cricket once again as I have already proved my credentials again in domestic cricket” he said Being away from cricket for a few matchess or a season does make it difficult to perform in today’s fast-paced game but imagine the effect on the human body if a cricketer was kept away from all competition for almost six years To Salman’s credit while the mental anguish related to the enforced separation from cricket may have taken a toll he has kept himself in good shape and recently impressed national coaches with his fitness “The six-year gap naturally affected me but as far as fitness is concerned I am as fit if not fitter than I was when I was regularly playing for Pakistan" Butt averred "My hard work has paid off and I proved to the Pakistan coaching staff recently at the training camp at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore that my levels of fitness have not deteriorated and my desire to play once again for my country has not diminished I feel that the more I play cricket the better I will get I’m working hard and waiting for my opportunity to play for Pakistan again” As Pakistan cricket looks ahead to the future — which will sadly not contain the familiar faces of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan due to their retirements — it is logical for the team managements and coaching staff to ensure that the right blend of youth and experience is retained in the team In this regard Salman Butt’s progress is important as he could play a crucial role in any future involvement with the Pakistan team This is probably the reason why special attention has been given to him by Pakistan team management as explained by Salman’s inclusion in the recent fitness camp "It was fantastic to be called up to the training camp and it was a wonderful opportunity working with the national coaches and training alongside the current Pakistan international players The coaching staff could see for themselves who the better players were and work out the skill sets of the players at the camp Mickey Arthur encouraged me a lot at the camp and he was happy with my progress and that was very uplifting for me Grant Flower was working with me and he has been very helpful with working on a few things with me regarding my batting He and the other coaches were always there if I needed to ask them anything and that was very useful" Salman said of the experience It is clear that at almost 33 years of age the left-handed batsman will need to summon extreme mental strength in the face of constant rejection by selectors who may well be ignoring Salman’s performances and instead focussing on the public outcry if a tainted individual was brought back into the fold Salman accepts that to gain the respect of fans and fellow players will be a tough ask but he is convinced that he is doing enough to make this goal a reality "I captained WAPDA to the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy glory last season and we are hopeful that we can replicate last season’s success As a cricketer and on a personal note I want to have another good domestic season and remind the selectors that I am still good enough to play at the highest level" he said then added: "All I can do is to keep performing and keep hoping that my chance for Pakistan will once again come" and Salman too seemed to grab this opportunity to build his career with both hands. A proposal has been made by the Chandigarh Police requesting the UT Home Department that all such cases of assault on public servants be heard in fast-track courts. We need to have money to ensure smooth lighting across the city. In the next minute, Dabang Delhi are rooted to the bottom of the table with 31 points after 19 matches.

The Patna Pirates coach Ram Mehar Singh revealed, "I don’t strategise.was kidnapped for ransom and killed on May 13 by his 25-year-old cousin Himanshu Ranka and his friend Vijesh Sanghvi,s sandals inside the boot.s larger history. alleged Rizvi. Azam said there is peace in Mathura and the government is in full control of the law and order situation. The Kosi Kalan incident shows the apathy of the administration, he saidand pointed out that Mathura had never witnessed communal riots before He demanded a probe into the incident by a sitting high court judge Referring to the naming of BSP leader and member of UP legislative council Choudhari Lekhraj Singh in the murder of twin brothers during the violenceMaurya said Choudhari was present in the House on June 1 the day the riot took place He left for Mathura by train at 3 pm that day and reached there around midnight Azam said the government would look into the matter Hukum Singh said the administration must act impartially in such incidents He said the transfer of officials was not enough and those who showed laxity must face stern action Apart from a probe by a sitting high court judgeSingh also demanded that a delegation of all party leaders be sent to Mathura RLD MLA Tejpal Singhwho represents Kosi Kalansaid the incident had much to do with local body elections and the byelection to Manth Assembly seat He alleged that capturing of Waqf properties by a BSP leader was another factor Congress MLA from Mathura Pradeep Mathur expressed his concern over the migration of people from Kosi Kalan following the communal violence For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 19 2012 2:14 am Related News Air India scored two second-half goals to earn a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Chirag UnitedKerala in the opening round match of the Under-20 I-Leagueorganised by WIFA and hosted at the Fr Agnel’s multipurpose stadium in VashiNavi Mumbaitoday In a fast-paced and bruising encounter with chances few and far betweenAir India’s clinical finishing in front of goal was pivotal in securing the win After a goalless first halfthe deadlock was broken in the 52nd minute when Air India substitute Harold Fernandes sent a measured cross that striker Prakash Khatti coolly slotted home with a low shot past the rival keeper The Kerala team reacted immediatelycreating a host of chances within a matter of minutes Their persistence almost paid off when striker A V Girish’s close range header seemed to be honing its way into the goal only to be stopped by an acrobatic save by AI custodian Vikram Singh Any hopes of a comeback by the visitors was effectively killed off in the 86th minute when home team’s Sagar Bedekar netted his team’s second goal The midfielderwho had an outstanding gamefound himself in a one-on-one situation with the opposition keeper and coolly placed the ball into the far corner of the goal The win took the airmen to the top of their qualifying group with matches against Pune FCMumbai FC and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited left to play in the coming week The top two teams at the end of the round-robin phase will qualify for the final round of the competition For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News said on Friday. which they said was believed to be linked to the Barcelona van rampage.

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