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Virat Kohli

April 26, 2014 in Latest News

“Just one of those days where we kept losing wickets every over. I think Rajasthan bowled well, but we didn’t play the right shots. It was a pretty good batting wicket, but we just needed to apply ourselves more. I know we are a much better side, and we have to bounce back.”

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IPL Beeting Tips

April 26, 2014 in Latest News

Ipl beeting tips

chennai superkings

delhi daredevils

mumbai indians

raesthan royals

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April 26, 2014 in Latest News

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Windies hammer Yuvraj-led India A to win series

September 19, 2013 in Latest News

A timely century by Kirk Edwards (104, 104b, 12×4, 3×6) propelled West Indies A to a deserving 45-run, series-clinching victory against India A at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium Thursday. As in the previous game, put in to bat, West Indies A made the most of the opportunity to pile up 312/9 in their 50 overs with the 28-year-old Edwards guiding the innings.

In reply, the Indians faltered after skipper Yuvraj Singh (61, 59b, 4×4, 3×6) and opener Baba Aparajith (78, 96b, 6×4, 1×6) put on 112 runs for the third wicket to finish on 267/8. The victory helped the Caribbean side clinch the series 2-1 after they came back from 0-1 down. The Indians promised a lot but delivered little in a series the hosts were expected to win. The teams meet again Saturday for a one-off Twenty20 bash.

The Indians faltered after skipper Yuvraj Singh (61, 59b, 4×4, 3×6) and opener Baba Aparajith (78, 96b, 6×4, 1×6) put on 112 runs for the third wicket. PTI For the second game running, India A, depending on Yuvraj, failed under pressure. Barring left-arm seamer Jaydev Unadkat, who came away with a five-wicket haul, none of the other bowlers looked the part and to make matters worse, the batsmen too fumbled in sharp contrast to West Indies A, who showed greater discipline and character.

With opener Robin Uthappa (27) and Naman Ojha (0) failing early in the chase, it was left to Yuvraj and Aparajith to rebuild the innings. Until the pair was at the crease, the Indians looked to be in the hunt but after their dismissals, it was a procession though Vinay Kumar (37 not out) offered some resistance that, however, did not impact the outcome.

While Yuvraj was at his fluent best from the start to carve out a splendid half-century, Aparajith was fortunate as he was given not out after gloving a catch and then seeing Fletcher pouching a lofted shot but crossing the rope to concede a six. Yuvraj fell to offie Ashley Nurse while Aparajith had his stumps rattled by left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul. With the pressure mounting and injured Mandeep Singh unable to bat, India’s goose was well and truly cooked as West Indies A made further inroads.

The West Indies A innings was as much about Edwards’ century as the four key partnerships that helped them cross the 300-run mark, aided by some sloppy bowling and fielding by the Indians. No.3 batsman Edwards held the innings together with a knock that grew in stature as he settled down to bat most responsibly. While the Indian bowling tended to be a bit of fodder, Edwards never hesitated to improvise once he got into his groove.

But it was the openers Andrew Fletcher (28) and skipper Kieran Powell (40) who laid the foundation with a 74-run partnership and though the duo departed in quick succession, others who followed carried on the good work. Edwards and Jonathan Carter (35), fresh from a century in the previous game, added 66 runs for the third wicket in 13 overs. The partnership could have blossomed even further but Carter paid the price for rush of blood as he missed a wild heave to be bowled by Aparajith. Edwards then found an able partner in Johnson.

The pair got stuck in another major partnership that was worth 93 in 13.2 overs. This was the period when the Indian bowling slackened and the runs flowed quite freely. Unadkat finally broke the partnership by inducing a mistimed shot from Johnson and in his next over, sent back Andre Russell who swung and missed. Despite the two setbacks, the innings jetted further as Edwards and Devon Thomas (21) put on 40 in just 21 balls for the sixth wicket with 23 coming off seamer Siddarth Kaul’s over.

Edwards duly completed his century and carried on a while longer to ensure a big total for his side.
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Narendra Modi revels in a challenge; now his biggest beckons

September 19, 2013 in Latest News

Narendra Modi had named himself the BJP’s prime ministerial candidate long before the party’s Parliamentary Board rubber-stamped his nomination on 13 September. The imprimatur is the culmination of one of the most extraordinary political campaigns in recent times. It is the start of an audacious bid for India’s top job from an entirely self-made politician. The odds have never favoured Narendra Modi. He is the first OBC to be named as a candidate for India’s top job by one of India’s national parties.

Both the Congress and the BJP have traditionally been led by upper castes. He is also the first person from an under-privileged, working class, economic background — he ran a tea stall as a teenager — to lead a national party. He is the quintessential outsider who has broken through several ceilings. Modi’s calling card in the much-defeated BJP is that he is a winner. He has to reaffirm that in 2014, or risk oblivion. PTI But the odds only seemed to stack further against him as he rose in politics.

The Gujarat riots of 2002 would have consigned a lesser politician to history. But Modi, then an inexperienced administrator, learnt the right lessons from the tragedy of Gujarat as he slowly reinvented himself as a politician who could deliver good governance, rather than as someone who stood for virulent Hindutva. Those who continue to criticise him 12 years on for his role in the riots just don’t want to recognise his evolution as a politician and administrator. He could, in all likelihood, have retained power in Gujarat by stoking communal tension periodically.

Gujarat had a long history of communal violence long before he took office. Other politicians, from both the BJP and Congress, had exploited that. Instead, Modi has delivered a communal violence-free state while rethinking his own politics. The RSS and VHP, which acted with impunity in 2002, have been reduced to pale shadows of their virulent selves in Gujarat. Modi’s critics say that he is authoritarian and close-minded.

That doesn’t square with reality. Sure, he is decisive and pursues goals with a unique single-mindedness, but that isn’t the same as being ‘authoritarian’ and ‘close-minded.’ In fact, Modi is India’s first modern, 21st century politician who has used the best ideas from elsewhere unhesitatingly. Of India’s major national politicians, he was among the first to recognise the reach of social media. He has used technology brilliantly — his 3-D holograms were a resounding success in the Gujarat elections.

You could argue that those are ideas that have helped him in the personal domain. But even in governance, he has taken to modern, even Western ideas. Gujarat is perhaps the only state with a comprehensive climate change plan and a focus on renewable energy. GM crops have been a huge success story in the state, despite the obstruction caused by BJP-affiliated “Swadeshi” farmer groups. Despite all this, the odds are still stacked against Modi ascending to India’s most powerful office. But if anyone can beat them, he can. To do so, Modi needs to use the next 8 months to communicate with India, particularly with those who either continue to doubt his credentials or don’t know enough about them.

There is little point in preaching only to the converted. His fate at the ballot box will depend on winning over a significant number of the undecideds and fence sitters. For a start, he needs to acknowledge (at least to himself, if not in public) that he carries the baggage of Gujarat. He has to persuade minorities that he poses no threat to their safety. In fact, he needs to do more than that. He has to explain to them how he would actually improve their living standards (through growth-oriented governance),something the Congress has failed to do despite all the pro-minority rhetoric that it bandies about.

Modi also needs to spend time communicating his ideas for governance to the population beyond the urban middle classes. It is a myth that Modi’s politics can only appeal to urban audiences. His policies for agriculture and infrastructure would resonate in rural areas, but he has to start talking to these audiences directly, rather than spending time talking exclusively to industry, or to well-off urbanites and or to educated college-goers. Perhaps he was waiting for his coronation to hit the campaign trail in earnest. Now, he has no time to waste. An inept and discredited government has opened the door for Modi. But serious work in persuasion remains to be done. Modi’s calling card in the much-defeated BJP is that he is a winner. He has to reaffirm that in 2014, or risk oblivion.

 

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aaj desawer me 0,5, 8 bahar

September 12, 2013 in Latest News

aaj desawer me 0,5, 8  bahar ayega

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Shri Narendra Modi speaks on Telangana

August 11, 2013 in Latest News

On the evening of 30th July the Congress Party and the Centre finally announced that a new state of Telangana would be created. After years of indecision, inaction and misleading the people, the Centre had to bow to people power. One of the first leaders to present a comprehensive view on the subject was Shri Narendra Modi. He described the creation of Telangana as a victory of people power.

In his Blogpost titled, ‘Creation of Telangana: the struggle and the road ahead’ he paid tributes to all those who devoted themselves to the cause of Telangana. He questioned the intentions of the Congress, which had kept the people in the dark and also noted how governance suffered in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Shri Modi went on to question why the top leadership of the Congress notably its President and Vice President have not entered Andhra Pradesh for many years. In the blog post, Shri Modi laid down the road ahead, including spearheading the development and aspirations of both, the news state as well as what would remain of the existing state.

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Narendra Modi

August 11, 2013 in Latest News

Narendra Modi’s speech to be live telecasted in the Hyderabad theaters:http://goo.gl/ksasCK

For first time in India people paid to listen a politician and helped the Uttarakhand flood victims doing that.

Gigantic cut-outs of Swami Vivekananda and Sardar Patel adorn the Hyderabad Rally venue.

Not an inch is free in ‪#‎NaMoInHyd‬ rally!

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HEIGHT OF ATTITUDE

August 11, 2013 in Latest News

A cockroach’s last words to a man who is
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“Go ahead & kill me, u coward !!!
U r jealous of me
coz ur wife is afraid of me
& NOT AFRAID OF YOU !!!

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gali result today 75

August 9, 2013 in Latest News

gali result today 75

 

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