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By: IANS | Chennai | Published: May 18 Sources said Sonu had approached Singh through a local criminal in Delhi.detailed plan next week, And yes, try kar yaar.. round the wicket se try kar (Irfan try bowling round the wicket)" So I bowled a few balls from round the wicket though I was very to keen to bowl over the wicket to him (Gilchrist) So I went to Sachin paaji again and said "I am pretty keen to bowl from over the wicket and I will try to bowl full as it is reverse swinging nicely and hopefully he will miss it" He said "Okay if your are feeling confident just go there and bowl from over the wicket" I bowled that ball really full trying to go for the yorker and it went nicely It was like a dream ball It went exactly the way I wanted it to from the hand and also in the way it pitched and moved late as well It was a very special delivery and very close to my heart FP: You were a brief part of that special 241-run all-on-leg side innings of Tendulkar in the same match in the 2003-04 series What was your reaction after watching that innings from the dressing room as well as from the middle Irfan: I was just happy to play alongside him He was giving me fist-bumps after every over For me it was like a dream especially playing in your first series with people like Tendulkar who had been an absolute legend of world cricket Even now I remember some of the things he said while playing that innings I remember a shot that he played Brett (Lee) or (Jason) Gillespie had bounced him and he just flicked it for four while jumping And I thought how could he play that shot I was in awe of the whole situation It was a really satisfying feeling for me to just go out there and be part of that innings in whatever little way I remember while going back to the dressing room (coach) John (Wright) was saying "Mate very well done You played well The small innings with Sachin you had was fantastic" So I was very happy FP: Did Tendulkar give an indication that he was going to play all the shots on the leg side in that innings Irfan: Not really We came to know only when he did that He was just leaving all the deliveries outside off and played a majority of the shots through the leg side He played a brilliant innings and it is still one of best innings in Australia by an Indian player FP: Suddenly after that Australia tour expectations from Irfan Pathan went sky high How did you handle that Irfan: It comes naturally when you become mature in one trip On that tour I realised the potential I have getting some big wickets like (those of) Gilchrist Steve Waugh Ponting Damien Martyn under your belt When you get those wickets your confidence level goes sky high and the expectation from the people and from yourself goes really high But it just becomes your second nature especially when you are confident and I was pretty much very high on confidence FP: How did that tour change you as a person and a player Irfan: It gave me a lot of confidence That confidence was fantastic When you take big wickets as I mentioned it gives you a lot of confidence Particularly considering that you are competing with the best because at that time Australia were the best team in both Tests and ODIs and were breaking a lot of records So it was a great experience for me to just play against them Doing well (against such a side) gives you wings to fly My confidence was sky high You need to look after your own expectations but obviously people’s expectations go high as well But because you have done well you are able to cope with that expectation pretty easily Irfan Pathan (top) celebrates the wicket of Australia’s Phil Jaques during day three of the third Test against Australia in Perth in 2008 AFP FP: Did any of the Australian players have a word with you during your debut match or the series Irfan: Yes absolutely Steve Waugh spoke to me in Canberra He came and spoke very nicely and it was very nice of him At the same time when the series was over we went to their dressing room and Brett Lee said nice things (to say) about my bowling action and other things We had a general chat about bowling and cricket These are the experiences you remember for a very long time FP: What was your biggest lesson on that tour Irfan: That I could compete and actually do well It was a confidence-booster for me It was my big learning curve At the same time (I had to) try to know my strengths that I am able to swing the ball It’s all about swinging (the ball) late it’s all about going out there and expressing yourself There are many things I learnt Belief on myself and my cricket went very high and I learnt that I could achieve anything at the international level FP: What did you learn from the Australian bowling line-up with the likes of Lee Gillespie Irfan: You just watch them and try and see what they are doing what they are avoiding But in the Indian dressing room there was a lot of experience as well There was Anil Bhai (Kumble) I kept talking to him and I kept talking to the coaches and senior members of the team So I really didn’t have to look to gain experience from any other team I just kept asking questions to the seniors (in the Indian team) with a wealth of experience FP: What makes Australia such a dangerous side in world cricket Irfan: They keep playing aggressive cricket When you do that you will succeed the majority of times They say cricket is all about talent fitness and everything but it’s all in the mind If you are positive enough in your mind you will be able to do really well for a longer period of time That’s what Australia have been doing They have maintained it and that is their biggest strength FP: Is there any special preparation required to face Australia Irfan: No you should just know that they always play aggressive cricket Even if a wicket falls they will play with aggression If they keep coming hard at you you need to make sure you keep coming hard as well And you need to make sure that if they say something you give them back FP: There is an intimidation factor especially while playing against Australia Were there any Australians who tried to sledge you during your debut or on the maiden tour Irfan: Yes absolutely People like Hayden used to talk while batting And I used to love that challenge because I am not a kind of a guy who would keep my mouth shut So it was a fair challenge Now when you meet Hayden he is a totally different person He is such a nice guy He will come and speak to you nicely But at the same time when they used to play they were aggressive If you appeal for something they will have something to say as well But you need to give it back to them as well FP: Do you have memories of the first sledging Irfan: There were quite a few on that trip But I remember the final one where I actually went for runs and Hayden was laughing at my bowling figures when I came in to bat He said a lot of things which I shouldn’t be saying here Then I said something to Martyn when I clapped at him I didn’t say much but I got fined for that They were pretty smart in sledging as well They used to cover their faces and mouths with the hands and speak I was young and inexperienced and sometimes I reacted in a different way which I shouldn’t have But it was fun and a learning curve FP: You have played in three Test series against Australia Which one was the toughest Irfan: Cricket-wise the toughest was my first trip I learnt a lot I was inexperienced and everything was new But on and off the field the toughest was 2007-08 series because so many things were happening (like the Monkeygate) Irfan Pathan (C) celebrates with teammates after taking a hat-trick with the wicket of Pakistani batsman Mohammad Yousuf on the first day of the third and final Test against Pakistan in Karachi in 2006 AFP FP: Which was the toughest Australian side you played against Irfan: I think the 2004 side They had a really aggressive batting line-up If you bowl a wrong line and length you would be in trouble If you give width or (bowl) slightly full or slightly back of a length every time you would be in trouble So you had to be precise with your length If you are able to do something with the ball then you will survive there FP: What was going through your mind during that Monkeygate saga with all the rumours that India might leave midway through the 2007-08 Australia series Irfan: When you are in a team you have to be tightly knit We were all together (during that controversy) Anil bhai did a fantastic job as a leader in handling the situation And he handled it with grace We were all with him backing him and supporting him and we were ready to do anything that it took to make sure that the integrity of the team remained intact Luckily we did well after that game At Perth I got the Man of the Match as well I feel very proud when I look back (at the fact) that I was able to perform well for my team with both ball and bat after that whole saga It was special The whole tour after that became sweet and special FP: Did the Monkeygate saga make you more determined Irfan: Yes actually the whole team became more focused after that incident Every team member became really focused (We decided) If we go back we will go back but if we wanted to play we wanted to play the best cricket of our times and we did that in the next game FP: Let’s talk about your former teammate Zaheer Khan He is one of the greatest left-arm fast bowlers to have played for India What has been his influence on your career Irfan: When he made his debut I was a junior guy from Baroda He played for Baroda as well We all admired him and tried to follow him in terms of his action and aggression We used to follow him by watching him – what kind of food he was eating and what kind of training he was doing It does help when you have a senior guy who is actually doing well and playing for your state Even when not talking to him you learn so many things just by watching him I learnt a lot from him by watching him and talking to him FP: When it comes to Irfan Pathan one can’t miss out on that hat-trick against Pakistan in the third Test of the 2006 series in Karachi Take us through all the three wickets Irfan: I remember bowling the first few balls and it didn’t swing as much as I would have liked But then obviously I knew that the wicket was helpful to bowl on I tried to take the ball away from the stumps against Salman Butt and take his edge and was able to do that It went straight into Rahul Bhai’s (Dravid) hand I knew that the ball was swinging and even if I got hit for a four I had to make sure I bowled full Younis Khan had scored runs against us in the previous match and he kept scoring runs against us So it would be a very crucial wicket if I got it on the second delivery That’s what was going on in my head All the three balls I bowled landed as I had wanted Probably the third ball did more than I expected but the second delivery went as I had wanted (to bowl it) full and trying to hit the pads That was my forte and it still is – trying to hit the pads trying to get an lbw with late swing That’s what exactly happened and Younis was trapped lbw The third wicket was (Mohammad) Yousuf He had actually got out quite a few times against me So that’s what I was thinking when I was going back to my marker "This is Yousuf I am on a hat-trick for the third time in Tests Before this as well I have been on a hat-trick having taken two wickets off two balls but couldn’t finish it off" I was thinking So there was a lot going on in my head I was thinking "What if this doesn’t happen" But then I was saying to myself "If it doesn’t happen it doesn’t happen at least you got two wickets feel good about yourself there were so many things going on" There was a thought as well whether I should bowl a straight one or an in-swinger But then I said to myself "Let’s back my instincts and strengths and bowl an in-swinger and try to hit him on the pads" I bowled that delivery it pitched right on the good length and it came in like an off-spinner It swung so much I thought it will hit his pads but there was so much of gap between his bat and pad that it went through the ‘gate’ When I look back all three deliveries were special to me I still feel really happy when I go through those videos FP: If you are asked to pick just one delivery which was very special which one would it be Irfan: Definitely the Yousuf delivery which actually got me the hat-trick FP: What was the feeling after that hat-trick Irfan: Oh. the feeling Well I still look back at the videos and I think "Why did I make that face which was going here and there My whole jaw was going on the left and face going on the right I was so excited that I didn’t know how I was reacting The whole team was happy and the whole country was really proud of the hat-trick The excitement was something else FP: What next for Irfan Pathan Irfan: There is a lot of cricket coming up There is an (IPL) auction as well Let’s see what happens in that But the good thing is everything is going well for me There is still the dream of playing for the country and that is going to stay as long as I am going to play cricket And hopefully if not today it will happen tomorrow That’s what I believe and if I keep believing that eventually it will happen By: Reuters | London | Published: June 28 2016 2:06 am Third seed Roger Federer next plays world number 772 Marcus Willis in round second at Wimbledon(Source: Reuters) Top News Roger Federer began his 18th consecutive Wimbledon challenge with a straight-sets win over Argentina’s Guido Pella on Monday but it was never straightforward for the Swiss as he won 7-6(5) 7-6(3) 6-3 The third seed bidding for an eighth Wimbledon title at the age of 34 struggled to shake off a gutsy opponent before his class prevailed More importantly he showed no sign of the back injury that forced him to miss the French Open ending his run of 65 consecutive appearances at grand slam tournaments “I worked so hard to be here” Federer told reporters “My hope was to be here fully fit No one knows not even myself But we’ll see” Federer next plays world number 772 Marcus Willis of Britain For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Updated: August 7 2016 4:52 am Katie Ledecky made an impressive debut with the fastest leg for US women in their 4×100 relay heat (Source: Reuters) Top News Freestyle phenomenon Katie Ledecky made an impressive Rio debut with the fastest leg for the US women in their 4×100 relay heat on Saturday The 19-year-old who could win three individual freestyle events at the Games to add to her 2012 800m freestyle gold had been uncertain for the team but her time showed why she had been selected Her splits were the fastest of the four team mates and while not expected to race in Saturday’s final she hinted that she would be up for it Swimmers who compete in the qualifying heats also get medals if the team finishes in the top three without them in the finals World and Olympic champions Australia with sisters Cate and Bronte Campbell powering the charge were fastest with the US women second and Canada third “I knew if I kind of stuck with her (Cate) and tried to keep an eye on her and get a little bit of a draft I could get up there” said Ledecky who had not qualified for the individual distance at the US trials “It’s exciting but the main goal was just to get a really good lane for us for the finals just putting it all out there for the first race “I’d love another swim but that’s totally up to the coaches” The fancied Dutch were only fifth fastest but rested triple Olympic gold medallist Ranomi Kromowidjojo with Inge Dekker appearing in the quartet instead Dekker who was diagnosed with cervical cancer in February and had surgery in March is taking part in her fourth Olympics The Dutch women won relay silver at the world championships in Kazan Russia last year with Kromowidjojo Femke Heemskerk Maud van der Meer and Marrit Steenbergen For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta MAYURA JANWALKAR | New Delhi | Updated: December 16 2015 5:04 am Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal alleged that the CBI had instead come looking for files related to the DDCA in which Arun Jaitley is involved (Source: Express photo by Tashi Tobgyal) Related News A new bitter spat between the Centre and Delhi government which found an echo in Parliament plunged the Capital into turmoil Tuesday after the CBI searched the office of the Chief Minister’s Principal Secretary in an alleged corruption case prompting an angry Arvind Kejriwal to accuse Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using the probe agency to “intimidate” him and his government Watch Video: Arvind Kejriwal Accuses Narendra Modi For The CBI Raid He also called the Prime Minister names using words like “coward” and “psychopath” which the BJP said was “disgraceful” and warranted an immediate apology As the AAP and the Centre traded charges inside and outside the House — the Trinamool Congress was the first to rally behind AAP and Mamata Banerjee too mentioned the “shocking” Delhi raid in a speech near Malda — Kejriwal said he was the target of the CBI raid and Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar was just an “excuse” In Rajya Sabha Finance Minister Arun Jaitley rejected Kejriwal’s allegation even as the Centre invited flak for “going after Opposition-ruled states” Announcing “CBI raids my office” via a tweet Kejriwal attacked the Prime Minister: “I’m telling you Modiji you may have scared others but I’m not among those who can be intimidated I’ll fight till my last breath” “When Modi cudn’t handle me politically he resorts to this cowardice Modi is a coward and psychopath” he tweeted The BJP condemned his “disgraceful” remarks and demanded an apology Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad rejected Kejriwal’s claim that CBI raided his office saying it was not even “touched” by the agency “A textbook case of corruption is being given political colour for extraneous reasons… The use of such expressions for our popular Prime Minister is totally uncalled for unwarranted disgraceful and condemnable” he said Kejriwal also targeted Jaitley: “FM lied in Parliament My own office files are being looked into to get some evidence against me Rajender is an excuse” Speaking to reporters later he claimed the CBI was looking for an inquiry committee file relating to Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA) that “traps” Jaitley “If the raid was about some contracts allegedly given by Rajendra Kumar in different capacities during the Sheila Dikshit government in departments like Education VAT and IT the raids should have been conducted in the record rooms of those departments where the files related to those contracts must be lying” “Instead those departments were not raided because the CBI never intended to investigate the cases that it is using as a pretext to conduct raids” he said “It has become necessary to reveal that why did the CBI come to my office today and which was the file they were looking for Yeh file hai DDCA ka file jiske andar Arun Jaitley phas rahe hain (This is the DDCA file under which Arun Jaitley is getting trapped)” he claimed Kejriwal said the committee tasked to probe alleged irregularities in DDCA had submitted its report “Jaitley was the DDCA president for many years and I had set up a committee to probe all the corruption that had taken place during his tenure The committee has submitted its report and a commission of inquiry was to be set up over it and a file pertaining to it was in my office” he alleged Jaitley dismissed the allegations against him as “rubbish”: “His (Kejriwal’s) morning statement appeared to be prima facie incorrect but the evening one seems to be absolute rubbish And I don’t think I need to respond to rubbish” Later at an event organised by the AAP trade wing Kejriwal said: “The Modi wave ended in Delhi where they not only lost but were washed out I met several BJP leaders in the past few months who have told me that Modiji could not forget the debacle His blood boils at the mention of my name So he has resorted to revenge now and if he has his way he will finish off AAP” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: December 20 2016 5:55 pm Virat Kohli is still unbeaten as captain at home soil (Source: Reuters) Top News Indian captain Virat Kohlion Tuesday attributed the innings thrashing of England in the fifth Test to the hard work and team spirit saying the comprehensive 4-0 series victory reflected the character of the side “After already clinching the series 3-0 to come out and perform like this it is the evidence of the character in the side It was evident the way we batted bowled We wanted the youngsters to step up someone like Lokesh Rahul then Karun Nair they came in after two Test matches They got us to a position where there was only one winner” Kohli said at the post match presentation ceremony “It’s always a tricky position England scored 477 then conceded a lead of 281 We understood that if we got a couple of wickets it could slide pretty quickly (Ravindra) Jadeja did his job picking up seven wickets it was great to watch” Kohli added Kohli lost four tosses out of five but India still registered four comprehensive victories “Yeah we are proud of our performance The toss and the pitch condition was out of equation We conceded over 400 runs in England first innings but still ended up winning by an innings That does not happen very often” Kohli said “We worked hard day in day out and we don’t care what happens outside There is lot of respect among players in the changing room That’s how we end up being in a winning position more often than not “The lower order has also made outstanding contributions Every time when we were under the pump we’ve fronted up” said the skipper who scored 655 runs with a hundred and a double century and was adjudged man of the series Talking about his fast bowlers Kohli said “We are proud of our fast bowlers Pace was up there was there consistency better than theirs (England’s) and that makes me very proud” England captain Alastair Cook conceded that India were the far better side in the series and his team was outplayed “No excuses India were the better team and deserved to win It was a very good fifth day wicket We got ourselves in a good position at lunch but it wasn’t enough to get out We dropped vital chances and India have been punishing us — it’s hard to stop the momentum” he said “Credit to Virat they’ve outplayed us Hard to say as a professional but they’ve been better” Cook added: “It’s a series of missed opportunities and dropped catches have cost us Not being able to score enough runs and take enough wickets It’s a tough dressing room to be in we tried as hard as we could but wasn’t good enough Same for both sides but momentum can go with you It’s a tough place to come to” Karun who bagged the man-of-the-match award for his 303 not out said “It’s an amazing feeling when you contribute to winning a match so hats off the to team I think it will take a couple of days to sink in” Asked if there was a celebration in the Indian dressing room after his triple ton he said “I was going through all the texts and wishes that I got Everyone congratulated me but we were more focused on winning the match” Nair who is now the only second Indian triple centurion after Virender Sehwag added: “There’s a lot to learn I’ve been learning each day working hard on my game” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsForwards Robin Singh and Adil Nabi have been used in rotation by Delhi Dynamos except for brief periods where both of them were on due to substitutions In their home game against Pune City FC on 19 November both started a game for the first time Delhi manager Roberto Carlos said after the game this was his most attacking line-up to start a game yet in a 4-4-2 shape File picture of Roberto Carlos Sportspics Carlos got his rewards in the first half itself For the first time this season Delhi scored two goals in one half – also only the second time Delhi scored more than one goal The two goals arrived five minutes of each other both coming through corners Actually the way the two corners came was similar also The first arrived when Pune defender Gourmangi Singh miscued an aerial challenge off a goal kick from the Delhi goalkeeper Antonio Doblas The ball moved goalward on the right wing with Robin chasing it Nabi ran in centrally just behind the defender Just as Robin got close to the near post and put in a right-footed shot from an acute angle to be blocked by Pune centre-back Roger Johnson for a corner Nabi screamed in frustration pointing at the acres of space in front of him had Robin considered squaring the ball to him Nabi got his own back moments later Florent Malouda’s corner kick brushed past Robin and fell to Nabi who was in a tangle with Pune defender Govin Singh It hit his stomach and went in giving Nabi his first goal of the season The second arrived within five minutes This time Pune captain Didier Zokora’s pass to his right was intercepted by the energetic Delhi left-back ‘Adinga’ Ralte who played Robin into the left inside channel Nabi again ran centrally this time wildly gesturing towards the space in front of him Again Robin decided to go for glory requiring only a well-timed block by Johnson for the referee to signal a corner Delhi centre-back Anas Edathodika did very well to get on the end of Malouda’s corner running in and surprising Zokora His header showed copybook technique the kind you expect from strong centre-backs who are good in the air Pune FC manager David Platt was not off the mark when in his post-match press conference he defended his team’s performance He pointed to the fact that all the goals Pune conceded were from set-pieces (The third was a 87th minute penalty executed with steely calm by centre-back John Arne Riise) Carlos may feel happy with the result but it ought to worry him that his centre-forward routinely shoots from weak positions instead of trying to get an assist for a goal If he wants his striker to be a mean and selfish No 9 that is not in evidence either How will Delhi’s attack fare against teams that do not concede from dead-ball situations so readily Pune lacked composure in attack Pune were guilty of conceding more corners than Delhi and they had fewer shots on and off the target Adrian Mutu had some chances particularly a blistering 38th minute shot from outside the box that unsettled Doblas Kalu Uche wasted some good chances But they did not string together the kind of game that could stretch Delhi out of shape like Atletico de Kolkata had done five days ago in Delhi Pune substitute Bikash Jairu’s efforts to find width on the right flank resulted only in two things: Jairu often got stranded away from the action And he left too much space behind him This space was exploited by by Delhi left-back Adinga in the 85th minute in a move that resulted in Govin’s red card and the penalty and the third goal Florent Malouda in central midfield In a line-up Carlos described as his most attacking one his most creative attacker Malouda – provider of five assists this season – played in central midfield alongside holding midfielder Chicao Malouda put in a stellar performance the source of ball distribution and transitions providing more solidity than sparkle He has played more than any Delhi player He is the only Delhi player to have been present on the pitch all the time that Delhi has played: 900 minutes in 10 games Played nearly twice as many passes – 650 in all – as the next team member on the list (it is Souvik with er 389) Carlos said he has no intentions of resting his talisman given how eager Malouda is to play But should he get injured the Delhi team have no experience this season of playing without him By: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: December 29 2015 1:03 am Top News THE STATE Congress on Monday took out a foot march in Varanasi as part of its ongoing Sadbhavna padyatra programme to protest against “price rise communal violence deteriorating law and order situation” and the arrest of its MLA Ajai Rai The padyatra that began at Nadesar and culminated at the Town Hall in Maidagin was attended by AICC general secretary Madhusudan Mistry state president Nirmal Khatri and senior leaders like Rita Bahuguna Joshi and Pramod Tiwari Party workers from Varanasi Mirzapur and Azamgarh division participated in the protest Addressing party workers at the Cutting Memorial Ground in Nadesar before the padyatra Mistry appealed to the people to make the party victorious in the 2017 Assembly elections He alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav had Ajai Rai arrested because “he was highlighting the lacunae in the functioning of the BJP government at the Centre and SP regime in the state” “The arrest of Ajai Rai is a proof of intolerance of the Modi government” he claimed while condemning the slapping of NSA on Rai who is currently lodged in Fatehgarh jail in connection with violence in Varanasi “The people of the state have experienced the misrule of SP and now the time has come to bring the Congress to power… People have lost faith in the Narendra Modi government at the Centre” Mistry said Khatri while addressing the gathering took a jibe at the Prime Minister saying when Modi had fought Lok Sabha elections in 2014 from Varanasi “people were raising the slogan ‘Har Har Modi’ but now they are saying ‘Arhar Modi’ due to rising price of arhar dal” He added that the Prime Minister went to Pakistan without even getting any invitation from the latter and that this has exposed the “doublespeak and double-standard of Modi and BJP” Since December 28 also happened to be the 131st foundation day of the party the leaders marked the day by unfurling the Congress flag WITH PTI For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 28 2016 11:43 pm India bowlers did well to restrict West Indies to 143 in 20 overs (Source: AP) Top News India bowlers came up with an improved performance from the first T20I and bowled out West Indies for 143 runs in the second T20 international in Florida?

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