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Director, this game in Rajkkot could prove to be a pivotal one. some of them were in worse places than the hotel bar. “The way he batted was the way only he can strike the ball.Hitting low full-tosses for fours and sixes and even digging out yorkers for fours was outstanding” said Kohli Meanwhile Nehra is not in the squad with the left-arm pacer preferring to keep his focus on the shortest format of the game – T20s The speedster known for his accuracy with the ball had last played for India in the third and final T20 against England For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 2 2015 6:15 am Related News Pandemonium prevailed on the concluding day of the two-day winter session of the Haryana Assembly resulting in the almost complete eviction of the Opposition Most Opposition legislators including Congress and INLD were “named” by the Speaker for “disruption” while the remaining walked out on one or another issue The verbal spat between Health Minister Anil Vij and IPS officer Sangeeta Kalia paddy procurement scam and power-tariff issues led to disruption in the House forcing the Speaker to adjourn twice At zero hour Congress MLAs went to the Speaker and demanded a privilege motion against Vij Congress MLA Karan Dalal who had moved the privilege motion (not accepted by the Speaker) said “The Minister did not apprise the House about the remarks made by the IPS officer” He demanded that the video of the Vij-Kalia spat be played in the House Congress legislators including former Speaker Kuldeep Sharma Shakuntala Khatak Karan Dalal Geeta Bhukkal Kiran Choudhry and others rushed to the Well of the House demanding a discussion on the paddy procurement scam When the Speaker refused their demand they shouted slogans in the House It led to heated arguments between the treasury and opposition benches The House was then adjourned twice When the House reassembled Congress MLAs again stormed the Well and reiterated their demands Dy Speaker Santosh Yadav “named” 12 Congress MLAs as they refused to acknowledge her request to return to their seats As the Congress MLAs moved out INLD raked up the issue of their Calling Attention Notice on the recent power hike The Speaker informed Leader of Opposition Abhay Chautala that he had “disallowed” it Then INLD MLAs too stormed the Well Finally Speaker Kanwar Pal “named” 16 INLD MLAs Hooda’s name When the Congress legislators were shouting slogans in the well former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda stood near his chair However he was also named by the Deputy Speaker When the Congress MLAs went out of the House Hooda remained seated When Hooda pointed out that he had not gone to the well in the House Kanwar Pal immediately resumed the Speaker’s chair and withdrew his name However minutes later Hooda too walked out of the House in protest as the Speaker refused to hold any discussion on paddy procurement scam Dhankar vs Dalal Heated exchanges took place between Agriculture Minister OP Dhankar and Congress MLA Karan Singh Dalal when the latter asked the minister to define “certified seed” Dalal alleged irregularities in the seed certification in the State A visibly irked Minister said “I am a student of agriculture sciences I am not an agriculture scientist but I am the agriculture minister” Though Dhankar explained the concept of certified seed but a dissatisfied Dalal walked out For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shivani Naik | Updated: December 18 2016 9:28 am PV Sindhu went down15-21 21-18 16-21 to World no 5 Sung Ji-Hyun in the Super Series Finals (Source: AP photo) Top News Not every badminton match can resemble fiery protestors charging forward one fearsome step at a time pushing back a file of defensive riot cops In her last two tournament exits – against Tai Tzu at Hong Kong and against Sung Ji Hyun at the Dubai Super Series Finals–PV Sindhu would have realised that the menacing lunge ain’t the only way of breaking opposition ranks Should pace strength and general energy desert her – no one can operate on the top gear at all times – Sindhu will have to tolerate the meticulous point constructors like her Korean nemesis on Saturday or the plain outrageously talented ones like Tai Tzu both of whom made the season ending finals at Hamdan Sports Complex and beat them back into the trenches even when bulldozing isn’t an option No half measures There’s no dearth of effort when it comes to Sindhu Father Ramana has spoken about how she would practice from 345 am to 530 am before flying out to felicitation functions post the Rio silver medal Trainer Kiran has spoken about how coach Gopichand and he have drawn out detailed itineraries which include one mandatory gym session at the hotel no matter which part of India is showering compliments on her presenting her giant cheques and celebrating the historic Rio triumph Strokes are being chiseled and fitness has been kept at top notch no matter how busy Sindhu’s other commitments Badminton’s never been allowed to take a back seat even if the 21-year-old would want to put her long feet up and rest up a little For three years before this one now PV Sindhu has wrapped up her season winning the year-ending tier 2 Grand Prix title at Macau even as the top names in the game had headed out to Dubai for the glitzy elite Super Series finale This year after her grandest triumph – India’s biggest in shuttle too – Sindhu would’ve hoped to end on a high But badminton at the highest level can leave you knackered and at the close of a season in which Sindhu emerged as the surprise challenger (earning the Most Improved Player tag) it was inevitable that all the fatigue would eventually catch up Sindhu played bravely in the circumstances She might not have looked like winning this one at any point – she went down 21-15 18-21 21-15 eventually but she had looked determined to not make this easy for the Korean Like Sindhu – born to volleyball parents Sung is an offspring of two of Korea’s most talented badminton players The athletic gene might’ve never been in doubt but she’s often accused of lacking an attacking kill shot – a potent smash and of not having that mental belligerence that can pull her through decisive end-games Both of those Sindhu has plenty of Except that sort of a game demands top intensity which is hard to sustain over half season Solid game Sung on the other hand specializes in playing the floating strokes reasonable deception and has a solidity to her game which can stay doggedly close to plans sketched out by coaches She is conservative with risk taking – so fewer errors and like most Koreans can retrieve to save her life so long rallies don’t put her off At Dubai she sucked the life out of Sindhu’s attack puncturing it off its pace and relied on classical diagonal plan – playing the shuttle to alternate corners on forecourt and back Sindhu tried the high clears and tosses she tried the net trap – tight spinning dribbles to Sung’s backhand front court and she had these bursts of high-paced rallies intermittently use as bludgeons But the Korean felt upto it on the day and made Sindhu do all the running instead while staying steady in her retrieving Sung is a creative force – and it needs reiteration minus the big smash – but she uses the court well seeing angles and empty spaces that can be exploited if her opponent doesn’t up the pace Today she didn’t tire out either and looked particularly driven to not go down after taking the leads Sindhu when denied a spurt of points and watching most of her attacking shots picked by Sung could never summon that audacity which often takes her through these situations as she went down in the semis Just as well that she can watch from a distance as Tai Tzu Ying and Sung Ji Hyun play a different brand of badminton – high on strokes and supremely tactical where aggression only ends up in puddles of errors For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: January 13 2011 3:14 am Related News The referendum currently taking place in southern Sudan will end a protracted period of deadly conflict in the country During its first half-century of independence Sudan was at war with itself for 38 years This situation could not continue forever Sooner or later the Sudanese had to answer the question: What should they do to achieve peace Throughout the war years the answer was clear It had been communicated by the southern rebellion which broke out in 1955initiating the first civil war Colonial Britain had governed the north and the south as two different entities The policies it pursued resulted in the relative development of the north and the absolute underdevelopment of the south Accordinglythe south feared that its integration in an independent Sudan would result in its domination by the north It therefore took up arms demanding such autonomy as would allow the people of southern Sudan to exercise their right to self-determinationwithout this extending to independence The rebellion sought to make the simple point that for Sudan to exist as a united countryit would have to construct a constitutional order and a political economy that would respect its manifest diversity The north elected to reject this demand and suppress it by force of arms Like colonial Britainthe northern Sudanese post-colonial ruling group implemented policies which discriminated against the south and used force to perpetuate the resultant gross inequality The sustained pursuit of this double-pronged strategy intended to maintain the unity of Sudanbut under the control of a dominant northern minoritypersuaded the southern Sudanese that they had to go beyond the demand advanced in 1955 and fight for independence The force of the latter position proved so strong that it prevailed over the alternative perspective advanced especially by the eminentlong-time leader of the second north-south warthe late John Garang Garang argued that the objective of the southern armed struggle should be the creation of a New Sudan This would be a uniteddemocratic Sudan governed according to the constitutional order and political economy which would respect its diversityas the southern rebels had demanded in 1955 However that vision died with Garangwhenunfortunatelyhe perished in a helicopter crash in 2005early in the life of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement he had negotiated With the demise of that vision it seems inevitable that the votes cast during the south Sudan referendum which began on Sunday will result in the division of Sudan into two countrieswith effect from July 9 Sudan is now preparing for this eventuality President Omar al-Bashir visited Jubathe capital of south Sudanfive days before the referendum and assured the southerners that he would join them in their celebrations if they chose to secede Later he said the northin its own interestwould assist the new state to get on its feet For some time now the Sudanese leaders have been involved in negotiations to reach an agreement on various post-referendum arrangements which would define the relations between the possible two states They have agreed that the north and the south would work together to establish two viable statesbased on acceptance of their interdependence and therefore the absolute imperative to cultivate mutually beneficial cooperation between themselvesdirected at promoting their integration as equals Further agreements are being negotiated relating to such important matters as citizenshipthe national debtthe sharing of the oil revenuescurrency arrangementsrelations among the communities along the north-south borderand security arrangements These negotiations will also determine the institutions that should be created to manage the relations between the two states in the event of the secession of the south At the same time negotiations will continueto resolve the outstanding matters of Abyei and the demarcation of the north-south border Some commentators have persisted in projecting the view that Sudan may slide back into war However the situation facing both the north and the southand their fundamental respective interestsoblige them to sustain the peace ushered in by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement The reality is that there will be no war The option of war has had its day The exciting possibility is that exactly because of its painful historySudan may very well teach the whole of Africa how to respond to the challenge of diversity which has informed many of Africas conflictsincluding those currently affecting the Ivory Coast and the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo In time Africa will therefore celebrate both the peaceful resolution of the protracted conflict in Sudanand the accumulation of new practical experience which would stand the continent in good stead as it strives to construct peaceful and democratic societies based on the perspective of unity in diversity THABO MBEKIthe writer is a former president of South Africa and chairman of the African Union High Level Implementation Panel for SudanThe New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: January 25 2017 4:42 pm Antonio Conte’s side are eight points clear at the top of the Premier League (Source: Reuters) Top News Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has praised manager Antonio Conte’s handling of Diego Costa after the striker reportedly tried to force through a lucrative move to China this month Costa the club’s top scorer this season was recently left out of the Chelsea squad with a back strain amid British media speculation of a row with backroom staff and a possible transfer to Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian The 28-year-old Costa however silenced doubters after the Spain international scored on his return in Sunday’s 2-0 win over Hull City “With toughness he (Conte) took him out of the squad which was an understandable situation if it was the back or not it doesn’t matter” German Ballack who spent four years at Chelsea told British media “But also the answer’s good from Costa They are two really high-class professionals dealing with each other” Ballack also felt players could be distracted by the current market situation but urged them to be wary of Chinese riches saying the sums being offered were not normal “It seems to be another level since the guys from China disturbed the market a bit and the brains of the players” the 40-year-old added “It’s difficult for the club to put all the players back in line all the players who get a crazy offer It’s numbers that we are not used to even if in England there has been a lot of money involved for a while “I don’t think it’s normal but hopefully we come back a bit to normal days” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Paris | Published: October 12 2016 11:50 am Wayne Rooney who did not start takes the captain’s armband from Jordan Henderson after coming on as substitute (Source: AP) Top News England laboured to a 0-0 draw awayto Slovenia in their 2018 World Cup qualifier with WayneRooney dropped to the bench while title-holders Germanyremained firmly on course for the finals Manchester City reject Joe Hart produced three terrificsaves to deny Roman Bezjak Josip Ilicic and Jasmin Kurtic who also hit the post as Gareth Southgate’s inexperiencedside clung on desperately for a point in Ljubljana to remaintop of Group F Jesse Lingard’s fierce long-range strike forced Sloveniagoalkeeper Jan Oblak into a sharp stop late on as the stalemate ensured both countries maintained their unbeatenstarts to the campaign “It’s my best game for a while but it was down to a fewerrors from us” said Hart who kept a third successive clean sheet in qualifying “We have to improve but we are trying to qualify forRussia My body is in pieces I’ll struggle to get up tomorrow” added Hart who has been shunted out on loan toTorino in Serie A England moved on to seven points after three matches twomore than Slovenia and Lithuania who defeated 10-man Malta2-0 in Vilnius Slovakia registered their first points with a commanding3-0 victory over Scotland in Trnava where Robert Mak scoredtwice before Adam Nemec capped off a miserable evening forGordon Strachan’s visitors In Hanover defending champions Germany swept asideNorthern Ireland 2-0 with first-half goals from Julian Draxlerand Sami Khedira sending Joachim Loew’s men two points clearin Group C and looking ominous “We’ve done our job taking six points (this past week)and not conceding any goals We scored two goals very early and that allowed us to win without suffering” said Loew Azerbaijan extended their undefeated run with ahard-fought point in a goalless draw in the Czech Republic? and the AIFF, download Indian Express App 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