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“Hopefully we can recover some places tomorrow…points are the target even if it’s going to be very, We were facing one of the worst droughts of post-independent India. India has proved that it has achieved a significant degree of mastery over the very complex science of cryogenics. Waiting at fence for a written invitation?" the bench comprising Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice FMI Kalifulla said "There is no question of you wanting it We the Supreme Court will decide whether we are inclined to send some restricted issues back to the committee for its decision that too within a limited span of time. Lodha Committee cost a lot of money for BCCI It is not an easy committee It was an expensive committee" the bench said When senior advocate K K Venugopal appearing for BCCI raised objections to the committee’s recommendation for keeping politicians away the bench asked "Why do you want the ministers to be there" When Venugopal gave the example of former Union minister late N K P Salve who was a prominent cricket administrator contending that it lends "leadership and experience" to the cricket body the bench said "You want to make it as a precedent" Referring to his submissions made just before this when BCCI objected to the inclusion of a nominee of the CAG in the cricket’s administrative body the bench said "You do not want the nominee of the CAG but you want politicians" "You want ministers and government officers to be involved You say that they have contributed to the game The country is endowed with people of talent that we cannot deprive you of capable and honest people who want to contribute" the bench said The bench said "The feeling is that politicians may want to hold the post for power and clout It is the source of aggrandisement that is why this recommendation has been made (to keep politicians away)" The bench again asked Venugopal "Why you want that the minister must be there" When Venugopal kept mum the bench said "We understand your silence is very eloquent" The court also questioned as to why one person simultaneously held office in the state as well as the BCCI When the BCCI objected to the recommendation for an age cap of 70 years for cricket administrators the court said it is quite understandable that lawyers can get better with age "Lawyers like you (Venugopal) get better with age is that so with cricketers too I don’t know We feel 70 is a good age for retirement At 70 they should sit at home and watch cricket on TV" the court said "You are saying that BCCI is deprived of better administration but there is a limitation as to how much pressure a person is capable of handling" the bench said adding that being in cricket administration is an active assignment and bringing former players to administration is one way of recognising talent It also referred to the poor health of late Jagmohan Dalmiya when he was heading the BCCI The bench said before his demise at the age of 75 years he was unable to depose properly before the Lodha panel After two hours of the hearing the bench permitted BCCI to make its stand clear by way of an affidavit after Venugopal said "We are not going against the committee but saying there is a need of meeting of minds of players administration and general public" At the fag end of the day’s hearing senior lawyer Kapil Sibal appearing for Baroda Cricket Association and some other associations objected to one of the recommendations of the panel that there should be one state one vote policy Sibal said it cannot be strictly adhered to as states like Gujarat and Maharashtra have three and four bodies for cricket administration respectively and their history preceded the coming into existence of these states The Lodha panel in its report to the apex court has recommended radical changes in BCCI The apex court had on February 4 given a stern message to the BCCI asking it to "fall in line" with the recommendations of Justice R M Lodha Committee It had said that the recommendations are "straight rational and understandable" and "deserve respect" It had said "There is no reason to disagree with the committee" which has the most "illuminated and respected members of the legal community" and granted four weeks time to the BCCI to come up with its response to the implementation of the recommendations The bench which was hearing the plea filed by Aditya Verma Secretary of Cricket Association of Bihar on whose petition N Srinivasan was asked by the apex court to step aside as the BCCI President for conflict of interest posted the matter for further hearing on March 18 The apex court-appointed Lodha Committee had on January 4 recommended sweeping reforms and an administrative shake-up at the troubled BCCI suggesting that ministers be barred from occupying positions a cap put on the age and tenure of the office-bearers and legalisation of betting In a series of drastic recommendations the three-member panel also comprising former apex court judges — Ashok Bhan and R V Raveendran– had suggested that one unit should represent only one state while taking away the voting rights of institutional and city-based units It suggested restructuring of the BCCI’s administrative set-up and proposed a CEO to run daily affairs of the Board who will be accountable to a nine-member apex council Among the most sensational suggestions of the Lodha panel was the one on legalising betting It felt that the move would help curb corruption in the game and recommended that except for players and officials people should be allowed to place bets on registered websites Among other steps panel said that to ensure transparency in the BCCI’s functioning it was important to bring the body under the purview of the RTI Act something that the Board has vehemently opposed in the past citing autonomy PTI Colombo Sri Lanka:Sri Lankan authorities are investigating a bid to bribe members of the national cricket team to under-perform in a recent Test to ensure a surprise victory for the West Indies the government said Friday Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera said a man linked to a bookmaker had offered wicketkeeper Kusal Perera and star bowler Rangana Herath tens of thousands of dollars to engineer a Sri Lankan batting collapse at a Test in Galle in October which the hosts went on to win emphatically "They wanted Sri Lanka to get out early for a very low score This is a match Sri Lanka was expected to win but if they lost the bookie would have made a lot of money" Jayasekera told AFP Jomel Warrican celebrates the wicket of Sri Lanka’s Nuwan Pradeep AP The minister said some 10 million rupees (around $70000) had been offered to the players to lose the match Police had mounted a search for the suspect who was said to have approached the two players "After Kusal turned down the offer the man approached Herath who also rejected the offer and alerted the authorities" he said "We have started a police inquiry in addition to an anti-corruption probe by Sri Lanka Cricket" Jayasekera added in reference to the national cricket board Sri Lanka beat the tourists from the Caribbean by an innings and six runs after veteran left-arm spinner Herath took 10 wickets in the match on the country’s south coast The West Indies who have never won a Test match in Sri Lanka and went on to lose the two-match series 2-0 were rank outsiders for the showdown in Galle where the home team have a particularly strong record Dope test Jayasekera also suggested that Perera’s recent failure in a doping test during the ongoing tour of New Zealand may have been linked to his raising the alarm over the match-fixing attempt "It is possible that something was slipped into his food or his urine sample was tampered with to get this result" Jayasekera said of Perera who was sent back to Sri Lanka after failing the doping test "We are doing our best to defend him" the minister added Ashley de Silva the chief executive of Sri Lanka Cricket said the board could not discuss the case in line with International Cricket Council (ICC) anti-corruption regulations "Because of the anti-corruption regulations we cannot say anything" de Silva told AFP However a source on the board confirmed that the organisation was conducting its own investigation into the claims "The two players brought this to our notice" said the source speaking on condition of anonymity Although betting is illegal in most of the cricket-mad Indian subcontinent there is no shortage of backstreet bookmakers — many of whom have links to the underworld Ronnie Flanagan who heads the ICC’s anti-corrruption unit recently acknowledged match fixing would never be eradicated even though a string of international stars have been exposed as in the pay of bookmakers Although no big-name Sri Lankan player has ever been convicted of corruption several former stars have made allegations of either match fixing or spot-fixing when players deliberately bowl or field badly to give away a set number of runs Former skipper Hashan Tillakaratne dropped a bombshell in May 2011 when he claimed he had been an eye-witness to match-fixing by fellow players since 1992 Tillakaratne never disclosed any names Two Sri Lankan umpires were banned in 2013 after an Indian television station claimed they were willing to make favourable decisions during matches for cash AFP By: Express Web Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: February 13 2017 4:56 pm Mahmudullah is unbeaten for 58 for Bangladesh in Hyderabad (Source: AP) Top News Once again R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja took India closer to victory on the fifth day of the one-off Test in Hyderabad Both spinners picked a wicket each to reduce Bangladesh to 202 for 5 at Lunch But Bangladesh are not going down without a fight Mahmudullah kept Bangladesh’s hopes alive with an unbeaten 126-ball 58 He shared an unbeaten 40-run stand for the sixth-wicket with Sabbir Rahman who was batting on 18 Bangladesh are still 257 runs away from win in Hyderabad and they have two sessions to reach the target India need five wickets At stumps on day four India had Bangladesh at 103 for 3 from 35 overs after having set a target of 459 Mahmudullah is unbeaten for 58 for Bangladesh in Hyderabad (Source: AP) India began the day with Jadeja and Umesh Yadav bowling from the two ends Jadej was trying to exploit the rough of the pitch while Umesh was preparing for the reverse swing Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah did have a tough time early on the it was only the four over of the day that the former fell to Jadeja A good-length delivery from Jadeja kicked off the rough and hit Shakib’s gloves and ricocheted off his thigh for a simple catch to Cheteshwar Pujara at short-leg Indian spinners picked four wickets each (Source: AP) Ashwin was only brought into the attack after an hour of play and he did not take time to begin his assault on the batsmen Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim who scored 127 in the first innings once again was going good and came down the pitch to hit Ashwin for a big shot Missed Second ball was sent over mid-off for four But he tried doind it again off Ashwin and had to pay the price Mushfiqur who had shared a 56-run stand till then with Mahmudullah mistimed a shot and threw away his wicket with a soft catch to Jadeja at mid-off That was Ashwin’s third wicket of the second innings Mahmudullah and Sabbir went for their shots in the final half hour before Lunch and got some quick runs for Bangladesh a fitting end to an entertaining first session For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Srinath Raghvendra Rao | Mumbai | Published: February 6 2016 1:27 am Paaji Chauhan has been helping Mumbaikars relax at Worli seaface for more than two years Vasant Prabhu Related News You hear him before you see him The soft clink of glass touching glass as he walks by audible above the lapping waves traffic and seaside chatter is the only way to pick him apart from the average stroller at Worli Seaface That clink is his calling card and those on the lookout for a soothing massage have only to wave at him to summon him Share This Article Related Article For over two years now Paaji Chauhan has been patrolling the stretch of promenade between Haji Ali mosque and the southern end of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link clinking away and providing some relaxation to harried Mumbaikars who gather at the seaside after sundown Leaving his home in Mahim after 8 pm Chauhan in is his mid-forties stays in Worli till 4 in the morning Dressed against the chill in a black jacket he says he finds at least a dozen customers every night His weapons are two small glass bottles filled with mustard oil and coconut oil and several pouches of cool oil in his pocket Each oil has a purpose By the end of his work-night the bottles are generally empty and he stocks pouches just in case” “Mustard oil heats up the body and goes deep into the skin It helps a person relax” Chauhan says Some regulars he says prefer being massaged with coconut oil which he says frees up the limbs The cool oil he reserves only for a scalp massage and is a crowd favourite Chauhan has several tricks of the trade up his sleeve He knows which customer needs to relax who wants sore limbs eased and who just wishes to instantly freshen up “The acupuncture massage relieves tiredness” he says For the stressed he opens up his hands and carefully presses each muscle while he reserves a special treatment for gym-goers who come to him with tired limbs While rub-downs of arms or feet are most popular Chauhan occasionally encounters men who ask for a full-body massage “I meet different people here every night Some are office-goers who want to relax at the end of the day A few policemen who patrol the road also come for massages some times” he says Chauhan says he doesn’t maintain a fixed price for massage” “I ask customers to pay whatever they feel like Pachaas rupiya sau rupiya kuch bhi (Rs 50 Rs 100 whatever they want)” he says Unlike several of his peers who visit different beaches and promenades every day Chauhan has never wanted to leave Worli” “There is something about this place” he says gazing at the late-night bustle “People can leave their worries behind when they come to the seaface” Have a comment or suggestion for Night Shift Write to [email protected] with subject line: Night Shift For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppUS House panel to hold hearing with tech companies on Russia | Reuters World Reuters Sep 28 2017 04:32:37 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 28 2017 04:32 AM | Updated Date: Sep 28 2017 04:32 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See The Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) is training 1000 women to drive buses and light motor vehicles Previously the city only had one female bus driver Prema Ramappa Nadapatti who had been driving buses for nearly a decade To conduct the training the city will use funds from the Central Government’s allotted Nirbhaya Fund meant for women’s safety and dignity From these funds they will also build lounge facilities specifically for women in the major bus stations and install CCTV cameras in the buses The women will train on the driving tracks of the BMTC and will be allowed to apply to drive buses and taxis once their training is complete Called “fat boy” or “monster rocket” the 640-tonne Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark III blasted off from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at 528 pm on Monday marking India’s most significant milestone in space technology The GSLV-Mark III PTI With this successful mission Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) increased its capacity to launchsatellites from 23 to 4 tonnes: By 70 percent This rocket can lift into a space a 4000-kilogram satellite in a geosynchronous transfer orbit of 36000 kilometres above earth or one weighing 10000 kilograms in a low-earth orbit 600 kilometres high The rocket uses indigenous CE-20 cryogenic engines unlike the ones made earlier which were partly based on Russian technology And it’s not just the rocket that went up on Monday that’s special but even the satellite that went with it — GSAT-19— is a first for India; the first satellite that can provide internet connectivity from space The GSLV-Mark III flight means many things for India: 1 India becomes self-reliant— almost — in launchingfour-tonne communication satellites It had earlier been depending on foreign rockets Though GSLV-Mark III is capable of launching 4000-kilogram satellites it was used on Monday to put in space GSAT-19 which weighs only 3136 kilograms because ISRO didn’t want to take chances with the rocket’s maiden flight India has been so far using indigenous rockets — different variants of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and the Mark I and II versions of GSLV — to launch lighter satellites primarily meant for earth observation 2? 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