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There was pal pal dil k saath and other songs Padmalkar Shivalkar rated as the best spinner not to have played for India enchanted his friends with his singing X’mas cricket Famous names from India and Bombay cricket were all present Madhav Apte Padmalkar Shivalkar Milind Rege Vasu Paranjpe and his son Jatin Karsan Ghavri and the likes of Sridhar Mandke Bharat Nadkarni Avi Karnik mingled and laughed So did the 72-year old Urmikant Modi who played two decades for Dadar Union from the late 50’s and now a diamond merchant in USA who flew down for this re-union And of course they played a game of cricket Just like the old times Paranjpe led Shivaji Park and Wadekar the captain of Dadar Union Vengsarkar still looking fit in whites cracked three sixes and a four looting 24 runs before he walked off When asked about his manic hitting he says: “ My back is gone I couldn’t control the urge to hit out But what a wonderful day it was I just felt that something should be done like this These are two great clubs with such great history and all of us spread here and there I spoke to Vasu Paranjpe who immediately said it’s great idea to play a match like this And we contacted the old players and everyone agreed It was so great to see everyone so happy” Gavaskar who didn’t bat umpired for a over or two And for the record Dadar Union won Rege affects a tone of pride and chuckles as he says “This might be the last chance for all of us to play against each other and you see we had to prove a point and so we won Not that we used to beat Shivaji Park often in those days but it was good to win this all important match It was of course all the laughterfun singing and nostalgia that we shall all remember from this day” It seems a rather wonderful way to spend Christmas and to look back at enjoyable days spent under the sun playing a game that they all fell in love with as boys And it was Jatin Paranjpe who summed it up best “It was rivalry of class “I was astonished by little things Like seeing Ashok Wadekar 60 years now but landing his left-arm spin deliveries on the spot All the six balls I also remember the humour of Ajit Wadekar The team had lost the game and said: “Arre I thought it was a best-of-three series So we took the first game lightly” Jatin loved the way the old timers mingled so easily with each other even though some were meeting after years singing and pulling each other’s leg “It’s like good friends I guess You pick from where you left off the last time you met They love their Kishore Kumar and Mohammad Rafi and they all sung so well Paddy (Shivalkar) was quite a hit with so many songs I am still swirling now in emotions” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 25 2015 8:32 pm Ravindra Jadeja alongside Wriddhiman Saha bailed out India after they lost their top-order early on Day 1 with a 48-run partnership (Source: Reuters) Related News Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday criticised the performance of India’s top-order batsmen save Murali Vijay terming their effort as “below-par” despite the pitch being a tricky one Asked about how would he rate the performance of the specialist batsmen with India scoring 215 in their first innings Gavaskar told NDTV: “It was below par apart from Murali Vijay who got a top-class delivery The other batsmen were out playing shots which one would not play when they are confident and among runs” Share This Article Related Article “Vijay is among runs and that is why he is such a good leaver of the deliveries outside off-stump He is confident of his off-stump” Gavaskar said However considering the nature of the pitch Gavaskar called 215 a “good score” although he refused to put it at par with a 400 plus score on a better pitch “215 is a good score Normally days 1 & 2 are the best for batting but if you say that it is as good as 400 may be that’s not quite right Since 215 is the highest score in an innings so far a lot of credit should go to Ravindra Jadeja and Wriddhiman Saha’s partnership Had they not scored those runs (48) then India would be all out for 175” The key for South Africa would be how AB de Villiers and JP Duminy perform along with Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla rallying around them “The reason for AB’s success on these pitches is because he stays low and is light on his feet That enables him to quickly come forward or go back playing both cut and pull shots In Australia or South Africa where there is true bounce you can stand tall but on this low slow turners you need to stay low AB is doing just that” said Gavaskar For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Alongside, but the makers decided to premiere it at Venice Film Festival and they chose MAMI as a platform to premiere their film in India. 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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: July 8, I want to do good and big films. decorated hoody and golden jean pockets and all ? Syria and Iraq. The Hadba minaret, So the American government came in that direction. With jumps of more than 1. sources said.Ravi Shankar Prasad will surely have a key portfolio on his shoulders UP and Bihar is set to witness a strong representation in the Cabinet After all those are the states that literally handed the polls over to the BJP AMMAN (Reuters) – At Jordan’s State Security court Islamic State militants clad in green military fatigues with long unkempt beards stood impassively awaiting sentence inside a black iron cage The barred enclosure was very much like the one in which their fellow jihadis in Syria burned alive Jordanian pilot Mouath al-Kasaesbeh igniting a storm across a troubled kingdom in an uneasy alliance with the West against Islamic State (IS) The defendants did not blink when the military judge handed down sentences ranging from three to 15 years with hard labour The charges were comprehensive: recruiting and smuggling arms and men to fight with terrorist groups (in Syria); promoting the ideology of a terrorist group via videos on social media; oaths of allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi the self-proclaimed Caliph of the Islamic State and inducing others to follow suit They had no direct link to the immolation but one of the men’s defence lawyers Hikmat al-Rawashdeh said the stiff sentences had been influenced by it He said growing numbers had been brought before the military courts since IS killed the Jordanian pilot whose jet-fighter crashed in its territory in December Officials dispute allegations of injustice They say many of those on trial had admitted to having fought in Syria The men said they had returned to Jordan repelled by so many executions and so much devastation But the government fears they could be part of sleeper cells planning terrorist operations Therein lies the dilemma facing Jordan Its army and hyper-vigilant security services are widely seen as able to repulse any effort by IS – an offshoot of al-Qaeda – to expand its territory in Iraq and Syria into the desert kingdom Their problem is dealing with jihadi sympathisers already inside Jordan beset on its western flank by the festering conflict between Israel and the Palestinians and to its north and east by the eruption of IS and its call to regional jihad REFUGEES Jordan’s East Bank tribes are the bedrock of support for King Abdullah and his Hashemite monarchy and the backbone of his army But they are now a minority in a small population that absorbed waves of Palestinian refugees from the Arab-Israeli wars of 1948 and 1967 hundreds of thousands from Iraq after the 2003 US-led invasion and 15 million Syrians fleeing civil war It is inside impoverished tribal and working class Jordanian and Palestinian-inhabited cities such as Maan and Zarqa furthermore that homegrown jihadis are most often to be found The king and his security services are therefore taking no chances Government spokesman Mohammed al-Momani said it was to defend national security that after the murder of Kasaesbeh and the air strikes Jordan launched in reprisal on IS targets 90 local jihadis were hunted down and arrested He said that Daesh – the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – “is an imminent threat for us and the region If we leave Daesh to grow it will expand to our border – this is a cancer that must be taken out” “We will not wait until the fire spreads to our house” Before the Kasaesbeh killing there had been simmering discontent at Jordan’s role in the US-assembled coalition against IS There was also criticism of the decision by King Abdullah and Queen Rania to join a mass solidarity rally in Paris after the Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket killings in January according to Western diplomats and Jordanian analysts “Tweets were circulating saying things like: ‘If you criticise the Prophet that is freedom of speech but if you criticise the king that means the State Security court’” said one senior diplomat “People feel that Jordan is at war but say this is not our war” But once the graphic video of Kasaesbeh’s killing came out Jordanians including prominent tribes closed ranks behind the king “This has removed for the time being the question of Jordan being part of the coalition but the underlying issues are still there” the diplomat said “These include political and economic reforms fighting corruption and (alleviating) poverty as well as the impact of these external crises on Jordan” CORRUPTION Jordan has few resources of its own chronic energy and water problems high debt a dilapidated education system and a widespread perception of corruption A debt-strapped government dependent on foreign aid can no longer resolve the problem by padding the state’s bulging payroll The resulting anger and resentment attracts young jobless men to IS often for a combination of ideological and financial reasons Diplomats and analysts estimate that between 1500 and 2000 Jordanians have fought in Syria and that there are another 6000-7000 jihadi sympathisers inside the country “There is an underlying problem with the eastern tribes which have been the bedrock of Hashemite support” says one diplomat “The pact has been: ‘We will give you our loyalty; you will give us (government) jobs’ But the ability to do that has diminished” The underlying problems analysts and politicians say stem from the failure of the elites to build a cohesive inclusive modern state that offers opportunity to its young population The gap between areas like the affluent Abdoun district of the capital Amman meanwhile with its rich liberal and Westernised elites and the dilapidated and teeming squalor of east Amman where despair and poverty provide fertile ground for IS recruiters has become glaringly wide “The failure of governance fed the extremist camp” said a Jordanian politician who declined to be named Although the king makes a point to nurture ties to Jordan’s tribes well-off Jordanians also live in a world cut off from religious and conservative segments hostile to their values Signs of this split are visible at Jordan’s state university where a sample of students revealed starkly differing views between those studying religion and others Sara Majed 21 a business student said: “I am for Jordan taking part in the war against Daesh The video showing the pilot burning was horrific It was like a Hollywood movie These people are mentally and psychologically insane They need treatment in a mental hospital” Ayat Slaihat 20 says: “Daesh has no relation to Islam whatsoever I’m a student of history and I compare Islamic State with other Islamic states that emerged over history No sultan Caliph or ruler has ever committed the atrocities that Daeh did – beheadings and burning people alive These are deviators (khawarej)” a term that harks back to schisms in early Islam "THIS IS THE PUNISHMENT" "We worry about Jordan’s stability We saw what happened in Syria and Iraq and we don’t want to see what we built in Jordan over the past years destroyed” Religious students were ambiguous about the burning of the pilot attributing the brutality to foreign agents who want to harm Islam’s image They did not wish to give their names “Daesh is applying Sharia (Islamic law) The whole world was in uproar (about the burning of the pilot) but this is the punishment (al kasas); it exists in our religion” said a young sharia student who refused to give her name “They applied the punishment on him for bombing people by burning him” she added justifying it on the grounds that the bombs he dropped were burning innocent Muslims Another student was convinced the atrocities attributed to Islamic State were the work of the enemies of Islam namely Israel and the United States “All that is being portrayed about Daesh is wrong and aims at disfiguring the image of Islam There could be an Israeli-American organisation behind the bad propaganda against Islamic State to hurt the image of Islam” added one sharia student “I wish and long to live in an Islamic State that applies Sharia Borders don’t count; the Islamic State seeks to provide the needs of the people” According to Abu Mohammad al-Makdisi an influential Palestinian-born jihadi cleric freed from jail after the pilot’s killing the appeal of IS is growing especially among young men looking to participate in jihad Makdisi who was seen as a spiritual mentor of al-Qaeda has denounced IS publicly for creating its so-called caliphate His release triggered speculation the intention was to encourage him to speak out against IS He has been in and out of jail in recent months for opposing Jordan’s involvement in the coalition – but also used as a negotiator with IS "THERE IS FEAR" “Most young men here who have a simple mind are followers of Daesh” he said “Some went to Iraq and others to Syria some are in contact with the Islamic State from here” But he said Islamic State followers in Zarqa stopped raising the IS flags and chanting pro-IS slogans after Friday prayers following the crackdown in the wake of the pilot’s killing “There is fear But did the burning of the pilot change their mind about the Islamic State group The answer is No” he said “My mission is to spread awareness (of) the mistakes and deviations of Islamic State Our book (Koran) does not sanctify the killing of aid workers journalists and non-military people We want to steer our youth away from the culture of slaughter” Though critical of IS he says its excesses will not turn him and his followers towards the US and its local allies "We are against those Jihadis because they are disfiguring the image of Islam We are against them not out of betrayal of the Islamic Caliphate or Islamic state that we dream about but because we fear for our Islam” (Editing by William Maclean and Philippa Fletcher) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 18 2017 2:07 am Delhi police commissioner Amulya Patnaik (File Photo) Related News In a bid to change the image of Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik Saturday met over 500 beat constables of Central Range and asked them for suggestions on how to curb crime in the capital “Showing a presentation Patnaik said beat constables are crucial in gathering information on any terrorist or criminal activities for security agencies To achieve this he asked them to conduct proper verification of all guesthouses and hotel in areas under the beat” police sources said Some of the constables came up with suggestions to clamp down on crime “A constable said police should start checking DTC buses regularly in order to clamp down on theft cases Another constable suggested that apart from checking registers of guest houses and hotels they should also ask owners to check the credibility of their visitors by calling the numbers they have provided” sources said ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: May 1 2017 12:40 am The Trinamool Congress has lodged a complaint against the truck driver Top News Trinamool Congress Member of Parliament Dibyendu Adhikari escaped unhurt after a truck rammed his car from the rear late Saturday night in East Midnapore district The incident took place at around 1030 pm on a state highway The Trinamool Congress leader from Tamluk was on his way to Kanthi at the time “It was a close shave The driver of the truck lost control of the vehicle and first rammed the pilot car” “Then it hit the car I was travelling in Due to the alertness of my driver the disaster was averted” Adhikari told The Indian Express The Trinamool Congress later lodged a complaint against the truck driver who was later arrested Sources in the police department said that the truck driver had been drunk at the time of the incident For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top News Chief Minister Office sources said. there were not many special inspections by DANICS or ad hoc IAS officers as instructed by Sisodia last week.

Valdés, Preeto directs her to do as she said now that Soumya is a part of the family and equally responsible for preparing food. “We cannot dispute Shinde’s stature in politics and in the Congress. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New York | Published: April 13, 2014 12:50 pm Woody Allen’s new play ‘Bullets Over Broadway’ has been panned by critics over an all-white cast. It won Oscars for best picture, which is the biggest opening for Ajith film so far there.

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