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The home of Goan giants Dempo SC and Churchill Brothers SC from the I-league and ISL team FC Goa,want PM to depose before CBI?IESeptember 5) This is not a valid argument The PM cannot escape accountability for the misdeeds of people and ministries under his watch The department or individual responsible for the missing files must be identified To ensure that such lapses do not occur in futureall important files should be digitised Except for files concerning sensitive matters such as defenceall documents should be made publicly available online Mahesh Kumar New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: June 27 2017 10:55 am After losing to Canada and Malaysia India finished an underwhelming sixth in the World League semifinals in London (PTI) Top News At the start of every international season Canadian hockey players pool in anything between $10000-15000 each In a country where hockey generally means the ice variation funding for the field game is minimal The team has to fund its journey till they secure a spot at the Olympics or World Cup The government chips in only after they qualify The opposite is the case with India A country with a history of eight Olympic gold medals hardly has to struggle for resources and government support But although the team has made undeniable strides in recent times it invariably comes up short at the big events This trend was brought painfully to the fore when the unfancied Canadians put one across their more hyped opponents in London on Sunday a victory which assumed great significance for the North American team When Mumbai-born-Ontario-bred Keegan Pereira smashed home Canada’s equaliser against India in the fifth-place playoff of the Hockey World League it was understandable why the celebrations were so wild The 3-2 win ensured them a spot at next year’s World Cup in Bhubaneswar and with it hundreds of thousands in government funding It was not the first time an unlikely team had celebrated at India’s expense in the tournament A couple of days earlier Malaysia sealed its World Cup spot by beating India The South-East Asians fast becoming India’s bogey team in knockout matches stunned their much-fancied continental rivals in the quarterfinals to book their Bhubaneswar berth The win would’ve been a vindication of sorts for Malaysia’s high-performance director Terry Walsh who was sacked as India’s coach in 2015 following differences with then Hockey India president Narinder Batra But the result would be sweeter even for Malaysia Earlier this month the Batra-led International Hockey Federation (FIH) shunned them out of its new pro league saying they weren’t exciting or high-profile enough to fit into the elite nine-team format Apart from India Malaysia is the only other Asian country where hockey is still thriving But it wasn’t enough for the FIH For the underdogs beating India and qualifying for the World Cup was a statement of intent On the other hand the only statement India made during the tournament was political Hockey India (HI) urged the players to wear black armbands for the match against Pakistan to condemn the terrorist attacks on the Army Coupled with emphatic twin wins over what is seen as the weakest Pakistan team ever HI tried to put some positive spin on an otherwise embarrassing fortnight But even that wasn’t enough to paper over the cracks Chief coach Roelant Oltmans whose selections are under scrutiny was livid at the players “Our boys have to understand that beating Pakistan is not enough… Until we can beat the big teams like Holland and Malaysia we will go nowhere Pakistan is not a yardstick” he said Prioritising Malaysia over Pakistan shows how the status quo in the continent has changed That perhaps was the only new thing we learnt about the team For all the talk about making rapid improvement over the last 18-or-so months India seem to have gone back to square one Its struggles against big teams in big tournaments have continued What is alarming is the team’s increasing inability to beat teams they usually did without breaking a sweat In London it was Canada and Malaysia At the Azlan Shah Cup in April Malaysia defeated India while at the Olympics last year Canada held them to a 1-1 draw The result meant India got a tough quarterfinal opponent in Belgium who defeated them 3-1 It’s tempting to dismiss these results as aberrations like they did when Belgium defeated them in the final of 2011 Champions Challenge That match in Johannesburg was the turning point in the India-Belgium rivalry and the Europeans have had the upper hand ever since India’s damage is self-inflicted There is a pattern to most of the matches they have lost against these opponents The collective improvement in the standard of fitness allows the team to play a high-press game They like keeping the ball passing around quickly and playing long diagonal crosses inside the ‘D’ looking for deflections But against organised defences who employ man-to-man marking they have struggled primarily because they fail to execute their game plan Under pressure they revert to the age-old habit of making long aimless runs which are easy for defenders to block Maybe it’s to do with the big-match temperament or the lack of it Oltmans has lamented this habit of his players “Carrying the ball (against teams who pack defences) does not work They (Indian players) know understand and discussed it But you still need to execute it” Oltmans had said after the Malaysia quarterfinal London hasn’t been a happy hunting ground for India They finished 12th at the 1986 World Cup 12th at the 2012 Olympics and sixth out of 10 teams in the World League Luckily for them this tournament did not have the likes of Australia Germany Belgium and New Zealand Else it could’ve been worse India have entered the semifinals of all the tournaments it has hosted since 2014 To repeat that at the World Cup next year will take something special Barring the 1994 Sydney edition India have finished between eighth and 12th in every edition since 1986 However recent results against mid-rung teams and world hockey’s increasing competitiveness have shown that India is barely clinging on to that level as well Neither Canada nor Malaysia have resources comparable to India But with some gritty performances they have left India bruised For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) on Saturday issued a show-cause notice to the Bhondsi branch of RyanInternational School in Gurugram giving it 15 days to reply as to why its affiliationshould not be withdrawn Representational image PTI The de-affiliation notice was sent based on the board’s two-member panel report formed to investigate the death of seven-year-old Pradhyuman Thakur in the school washroom on 8 September The fact-finding committee submitted its report on Friday In its show-cause notice CBSE noted that the boy’s death could have been averted had school authorities discharged their duties with responsibility care and sincerity "The unfortunate death could have been averted had the school authorities discharged their duty with responsibility care and security The school failed to observe the basic security measures as stipulated by the board" stated the report "From the entire sequence of events it appears that the school is guilty of gross negligence and failed to ensure safety and security of students in its schools" the notice said The probe panel said the school had no provision of toilets for drivers conductors and cleaners and they were using the facilities meant for students and staff The CBSE notice also pointed out a safety breach in the school boundary wall (covered with barbed wires) which the committee observed is a threat to children’s safety as anybody can enter the campus The panel noted the insufficient number of CCTV cameras and said most of the installed cameras did not work "School failed to discharge its responsibility to file an FIR and inform the district education officer and CBSE after knowing the incident" the board said adding that the FIR was subsequently filed by a parent The fact-finding panel included Y Arun Kumar deputy commissioner Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan regional office Agra and Kailash Chand principal Government Co-ed Senior Secondary School Preet Vihar reported The Indian Express The notice comes a day afterHaryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar asked the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to take over the probe Khattar visited the Thakur residence on Friday and met the grieving parents Speaking to reporters outside their residence he condemned the incident and said the CBI will take over the investigation from the Haryana Police The chief minister also said that the Haryana government will take over the management of the Ryan International School in Gurugram for the next three months Aday earlier the Gurugram Police had detained the school’s gardener Harpal Singh a key witness in the murder of Pradhyuman and said it’s "likely" to arrest more persons The gardener was detained by the police’s special investigation team (SIT) probing the case On 12 September CBSE issued a fresh set of guidelines to all its affiliated schools on the safety of children TheCBSE circular published on the official website of the board states that school authorities are solely responsible for the safety and security of children on campus calling it a Fundamental Right of the child to "engage andstudy in an environment where he/she feels safe and is free from any form of physical oremotional abuse or harassment" The circular also stated that CBSE-affiliated schools will have to comply with the new guidelines within two months from notification The Delhi government’s transport department on Friday impounded 250 school buses including 10 of Ryan International Group of Institutions during its ongoing drive against errant school vehicles a senior government official said With inputs from PTI By: PTI | Kolkata | Updated: October 4 2016 1:53 pm Rohit Sharma made a fine 82 off 132 balls with the help of nine boundaries and two sixes (Source: PTI) Top News Middle-order batsman Rohit Sharma who top-scored in the second innings today said the relaid Eden Gardens wicket kept the Indian batsmen on their toes right throughout the match and the willow-wielders could not afford to “relax” even for a moment Rohit made a fine 82 off 132 balls with the help of nine boundaries and two hits over the fence to guide India to a healthy 339-run lead over New Zealand at the end of the third day of the second cricket Test “You may have seen this in the last two days They have relaid the wicket It’s not a typical Kolkata wicket what it used to be There’s uneven bounce At no point batsman could relax or take it for granted Every ball you played you had to make sure that you gave 100 per cent” Rohit told reporters at the post day’s press conference WATCH VIDEO: BCCI To Cancel India-New Zealand Series Here’s Why “Condition was never easy Once the ball get softer there’s not much for the bowlers If you put the ball in the right areas you will get odd bounce There’s something in the surface throughout the day not just in the morning afternoon or evening You just could not relax” he added The flamboyant Mumbai batsman has often been criticised for being able to make it big in Test cricket despite possessing serious talent But Rohit somewhat answered back his detractors in this series hitting his second successive half-century READ:Rohit Sharma continues love-affair with Eden Gardens puts India incommand “There is no pressure It only comes from the media that I’m under pressure You may have seen that on the field Did I look under pressure in the first or this Test” he shot back Having bundled out New Zealand for 204 in their first innings India were in a spot of bother in their second essay at 43 for four when Rohit made his entry in the middle He first shared 48 runs with Virat Kohli (45) for the fifth wicket before stitching 103-run seventh-wicket partnership with Wriddhiman Saha (39 batting) took take India to 227 for eight at close “You have to play each ball on its merit and cannot think too far ahead We kept focused at every ball thrown to us It was all about building partnerships There has been quick wickets and it needed one or two batsmen to get you out of trouble” Rohit said “From the team’s perspective that 100-plus partnership with Saha was crucial We could put pressure back on New Zealanders” The Eden Gardens has always remained a happy hunting ground for Rohit “It’s a ground where you will get runs if you take the shots It’s a matter of getting the initial balls getting your eyes set and you can accelerate” Rohit said Rohit said the key to negotiate variable bounce lies in playing the ball as late as possible Citing the example of the two Trent Boult deliveries that rose sharply with one hitting Shikhar Dhawan’s thumb in the bottom hand he said: “The ball pitched right in front kicked off from there when Shikhar got hit You can’t go into front foot completely You have to make sure you’re balanced in the middle and play as late as possible” “It’s all about adjusting to the conditions The ball does a quite a bit in the first session and maybe after tea” PHOTOS:Rohit Sharma extends love affair with Eden Gardens Rohit also hailed skipper Kohli’s knock under pressure “Virat (Kohli) is an aggressive player and he played some wonderful shots which were good to so from the non-strikers end But he got out to a pretty unfortunate delivery which probably will happen once in 10 times Nothing wrong with that it’s the nature of the wicket” he said “Even the New Zealanders also got some pretty heavy balls which kept low” Though somewhat satisfied Rohit hoped the remaining Indian batsmen could add another 50 runs on the board Mondaymorning “At the end where we stand right now we are pretty happy Let’s hope we get 50-plus runs in the morning that will be good” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 15 2016 2:05 am Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Related News Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said Sunday his government had not taken any decision on allowing foreigners to consume beef in the state and that there was no proposed amendment to the beef ban law The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader had earlier said the Haryana government was willing to create a special dispensation in law to make it possible for foreigners to eat beef in the state where there is otherwise a ban on the sale and consumption of beef and cow slaughter Share This Article Related Article “The government has not allowed anything (beef consumption) and we are not considering anything like that” Khattar said on the sidelines of a Make in India Week event on Sunday when asked if his statement about allowing foreigners to eat beef in Haryana might have a favourable impact on foreign investments Haryana has significant foreign investments in the automobiles and services sector and is aggressively looking at ramping up its presence as an industrial powerhouse of the country For foreign investments the state is looking at several opportunities in China and Japan Beef is a key item in the diet of people from both countries The Haryana government has signed an agreement with China’s Wanda group to set up a $10 billion industrial park in the state Khattar who chaired the Haryana investment seminar said the state is targeting an investment of Rs 1 lakh crore overall especially with Haryana’s own state investment event scheduled to be held next month Through the investments the government aims to create at least 4 lakh new jobs in the state “We had several meetings with investors (today) where we got offers of investments of up to Rs 20000 crore The talks are progressing We may sign a few memoranda of understanding during our Happening Haryana seminar next month” said Khattar He added that the state was in talks with companies such as Ashok Leyland TVS IL&FS Asian Paints and others For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 15 2016 6:26 pm Anil Ganguly breathed his last in the early hours and he was cremated around 1 pm sources said (Source: Express Archives Photo) Top News Noted filmmaker Anil Ganguly passed away today at his residence here after a brief illness He was 82 He breathed his last in the early hours and he was cremated around 1 pm sources said Ganguly is a noted director and screenwriter who worked in Hindi cinema from 1970s to the 90s He is best known for Jaya Bhaduri starrer “Kora Kagaz” and “Tapasya” both of which won National Award His other notable films are “Saaheb” ” Trishna” “Khandaan” “Humkadam” “Pyar Ke Kabil” “Balidan” (Bolidan -1990 Bengali) “Dushman Devta” among others His daughter Rupali Ganguly is a television and theatre actress and his son Vijay Ganguly is a director and choreographer For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: November 23 2016 5:55 am Top News The cyber crime cell of Ahmedabad Detection of Crime Branch Tuesday arrested 19 persons for running an international call centre illegally in Vastrapur area Police said the accused were cheating American citizens by posing as officials of US tax department Police said they raided the office on the 4th floor of Maurya Atria building where accused Hitendra Davda 29 and Sandip Rajvani 21 were running the call centre with the help of about 15 men and women Police said that the accused used to make calls to people in the US and speak to them in American accent possing as Internal Revenue Service officers and local police officers The police seized CPU 21 mobile phones three laptops four hard discs and scripts which were used in talking to victims Police said that the accused were running the call centre for the past one year and had taken the office on a monthly rent of Rs1 lakh The accused have allegedly told the police that they were earning $11000 monthly For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top News The pension bill was one of the key financial sector reforms beset by political differences.s significance is to grasp the uniqueness of the Czech Velvet Revolution.or did not, Sevilla were quite frustrated by their loss to Juventus,Cuffe Parade,This is our usual procedure. ending a run of eight successive podiums, For all the latest Sports News.
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