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who praised the bowlers as they managed to restrict Bangalore to 134/9,said reading bowlers’ mind was very important for him in the last phase of Pune’s innings He also said that he had made up his mind to play aggressive cricket at the same time to have good strike rate “Strike rate is obviously at the back of my mind In domestic matches I had a very high strike rate because it is the demand of this format Before I came here I had a plan to build my innings if the situation demanded and be aggressive at the same time” Tiwary said The right-hander who led Bengal to the final of domestic one-day tournament Vijay Hazare Trophy also talked about his domestic run This season Tiwary had scored 378 runs and made one century With increase in expectations Tiwary said that people want him to score 1000 runs every season but he feels satisfied even if he is able to 700 runs in a season “For me every season is important Somehow there are lot of expectations People want me to do well They want me to score 1000 runs every season but people should understand even getting 700-odd runs also is good enough I have decided no matter what people say I will not get bogged down by them” he said On Ben Stokes and Shardul Thakur Tiwary said both bowled exceptionally well because it is not easy to bowl to Virat Kohli AB de Villiers and others For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Rajkot | Updated: November 8 2016 7:51 am Karsan Ghavri the first Indian pacer to take 100 Test wickets will be felicitated by the Saurashta Cricket Association on Day One of the first India-England Test match in Rajkot Top News It’s a 50-year-old incident but Karsan Ghavri remembers every painful detail From the place where he bought the biggest rose in the shop the garden where he finally mustered courage to present the flower to the girl he silently loved the rejection the delicate red petals getting crushed under her stomping feet the complaint reaching his father and the sound thrashing he got in front of the girl he adored Ghavri 65 is talking about his early cricketing days in Rajkot and his instant stardom Having represented India Schools as a 15-year-old he was the darling of the city’s cricket circles His never-seen-before ferocious pace — at that level — and his sharp short balls gave him truckloads of wickets regular write-ups in the local press and fame But Ghavri’s square jaw uncombed mop dishevelled look swimmer-like lithe frame and disarming smile hadn’t yet charmed everyone in Rajkot “I bought the rose from Sanganwa Chowk gave it to the girl at Trikon Baug and later got a beating from my father at home After that day I realised these thing would get me into trouble I concentrated on cricket appreciating beautiful things from a distance” he says before quickly adding “That’s only in Rajkot in Mumbai I opened up” Ghavri was too fast for Rajkot On the eve of the India-England Test the first Indian pacer to take 100 Test wickets returns home He will be felicitated after the toss In Saurashtra they see him as a path-breaker the one who took that giant leap of faith and landed on his feet On the sidelines of cricket games Ghavri gets referred to as “Kadubhai” when exaggerated tales of the all-rounder’s exploits in Rajkot are repeated Around here they trust Kadubhai for all important cricketing calls When Cheteshwar Pujara’s father Arvind wanted to find out if his son had it in him to do well internationally he took the then 12-year-old to one of Saurashtra’s most famous cricketers “He saw my son for an hour and told me ‘Chokra upar mehnat karva jevi chhe’ (the kid is worth investing your time on)” says Pujara Sr Arvind and Kadubhai might dab at moist eyes when India’s No3 walks out at the Saurashtra Cricket Stadium on Wednesday Making a move Though age has caught up hair thinned Ghavri upright and immaculately dressed as ever could still take his chance at Trikon Baug Here in Rajkot he has his extended family close friends fans who rave about his dark glasses and stylish shirts At least three to four times a year he travels to Rajkot to visit his family deity Returning to Rajkot is easy for Ghavri but not leaving it like it was in the early 70s That was the time when the 19-year-old was offered a job by ACC in Mumbai “My grandfather didn’t want me to move out I was very young” he says It was his uncle Jiva Mala a first-class cricketer who convinced the family patriarch Jivabhai’s cricket career had stagnated as he could never go out “He never wanted me to suffer the same” Ghavri says Jivabhai was in a minority since there were many who wanted the young pacer to stay pinned to Rajkot a sleepy town of mostly unambitious and deeply content inhabitants in love with their surroundings Even today for a thriving city known for its world-class engineering innovations top industrialists have offices in Mumbai but theirs homes remain in Rajkot The BOM-RAJ round trip costing around Rs 15000 is mostly full In Rajkot they can’t live without their siesta and late night ice-cream sessions by the roadside [By the way in winters they have ginger ice-cream] Ghavri’s move to Mumbai wasn’t seen as a betrayal; it wasn’t even a tall poppy situation It was seen as plain stupid “They would say ‘forget Mumbai be content with what you have’” Ghavri recalls But Ghavri was never afraid to take the plunge He had fears but those demons would lose out to his cricket confidence For the teenager who was in the habit of bunking English classes the Australia tour with the Indian School’s team was a harrowing experience “We had to stay with local families during the tour Our hosts were wonderful but it was like a jail to us I didn’t even know words like ‘goodnight’ or ‘hello’ I would dread going home from the ground I would eat on the dinner table things I had never seen without uttering a word and move to my room” says Ghavri painting the picture of a scared kid lying in bed in an alien land in a house owned by strangers he couldn’t communicate with waiting for the sun to rise so that he could be dropped to the ground It was cricket that would empower the traumatised child who would return home as the best all-rounder on that tour His memory of the tour was of facing a very young Jeff Thomson “He made us do dandia raas Me Mohinder Amarnath Brijesh Patel we all got hit” he says only to add how years later he would tour Australia with the senior team and bounce Thommo Within months of returning from Australia Ghavri just 17 realised that cricket could actually get him money State Bank of Saurashtra wanted a pacer and the left-armer fitted the bill perfectly Ghavri had just one problem This time it was mathematics Twin impediments “At school when I would look at the maths paper the paper would shake the numbers would jump out I told them ‘in case you make me work the bank will go bankrupt’” he cackles It was a win-win for everyone Ghavri got Rs 150 and could avoid office the bank climbed up the league table The callow youth with a slingy action would get another offer before the season ended Railways were ready to pay him Rs 300 to be a Grade 3 employee but there was a catch English again “I went to Mumbai for the interview They asked me questions in English I didn’t have a clue The officer told me I could only get Grade 4” Railways were less compromising when it came to their players during that time “They told me I had to haul coal on steam engines when not playing cricket” laughs Ghavri The big break came a year later It was a Ranji Trophy game against West Zone giants Mumbai that proved to be the turning point for the pacer Ghavri loves telling the story so over to him “I took four wickets in that game and also scored some runs People say I used to bowl real quick and had a deadly short ball I got wickets of Dilip Sardesai Ashok Mankad Ajitbhai (Wadekar) The manager was Polly Kaka (Umrigar) He thought that with me in the Saurashtra team Mumbai would continue to tumble They said ‘let us take him to Mumbai so that we don’t have to face him’” he says Ghavri has high regard for Mumbai cricket and their strategic planning that borders on conniving Polly Kaka’s plan included a job at ACC with a Rs 800 salary Jivabhai’s support would see Ghavri leave for Mumbai his tearful mother asking the teenager to eat properly The pacer would soon play for Mumbai and be Sunil Gavaskar’s constant companion The two played for the same club institution state and the national side Ghavri would discover how the Mumbai professionals were different from the Saurashtra amateurs “Batsmen from Saurashtra were too flamboyant; they would hit a couple of stylish fours and dream about them the entire night After crossing 50 they would throw their wickets ‘What are the other 10 in the team for’ would be the question that would justify their loose shot” he says Ghavri makes an observation that sums up the different approach to batting “A Mumbai batsman would seldom get out at mid-on they would either be LBW bowled or caught behind the stumps Saurashtra batsmen would play the ball in the air and get caught at mid-on Either they would get tired content or bored” he recalls When Ghavri sits at the breezy Saurashtra Cricket Association stadium during the Test he will realise how times have changed Saurashtra has more boys in the Indian team than Mumbai Of the two local boys in the team one has the best temperament and the technique to bat for long hours The other happens to be the fittest and most accurate For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: December 12 2015 12:59 pm “Directing Dilip Kumar was evolving process for me for 20 years in three films Best I learnt from him in film making – ‘never loose dignity even in cheapest scene’ – that makes you a dignified director as well as a man” Subhash Ghai said Related News Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai who directed Dilip Kumar in films like “Vidhaata” “Karma” and “Saudagar” says working with the legendary actor has been an “evolving process” for him “Directing Dilip Kumar was evolving process for me for 20 years in three films Best I learnt from him in film making – ‘never loose dignity even in cheapest scene’ – that makes you a dignified director as well as a man” Ghai posted on Facebook on Saturday Dilip Kumar whose real name is Yusuf Khan celebrated his 93rd birthday on Friday He became a name to reckon with in the 1950s and 1960s through his performances in films like “Aan” “Daag” “Devdas” “Madhumati””Paigham” “Mughal-E-Azam” “Ganga Jamuna” “Leader” and “Ram Aur Shyam” After working for about six decades he stepped out of showbiz in 1998 after “Qila” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 27 2016 12:30 am Top News On Tuesday Mumbai became a nodal point between Gujarat and Rajasthan after a heart was flown out from Surat for a 43-year-old man from Rajasthan’s Alwar district who was suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy This was the tenth heart transplant this year in which a special green corridor was created in Mumbai by road traffic and air traffic authorities to transport the heart in one hour and 15 minutes over 269 kilometres The 43-year-old was registered for a heart transplant with the city’s Fortis Hospital On Tuesday morning after the family of a 17-year-old road accident victim agreed to donate his kidney liver and heart a team of doctors reached Surat’s Sunshine Global Hospital to retrieve the heart Share This Article Related Article By 1033 am the team had left the hospital with the heart packed in a special container By 1120 am the chartered flight reached Mumbai airport from where it was transferred into an ambulance By 1148 am it reached Mulund-based Fortis Hospital’s operation theatre where the operation continued for over eight hours “We are increasingly seeing cadaver donations from smaller cities like Surat and Indore There is a lot of motivation among people to donate organs after brain stem death” said Dr Anvay Mulay who conducted the transplant on the man Mulay has participated in 14 heart transplants till now The rate of heart transplants is however slower than the existing demand The Zonal Transplant Coordination Center (ZTCC) has 15 patients on waitlist for a heart donation The last transplant took place on April 12 when a Latur farmer’s 16-year-old son was donated a heart by the family of a 22-year-old accident victim from Surat In a fortnight two new patients have registered on the waitlist WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mahender Singh Manral | New Delhi | Published: December 9 2015 2:37 am Rajendra Kumar was questioned by a team headed by Joint Commissioner of Police M K Meena at his office in Civil Lines in September and October said sources Related News The Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) of the Delhi government has questioned Rajendra Kumar secretary to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and arguably the most powerful bureaucrat in the capital several times in connection with the 2002 CNG fitness scam case Kumar was questioned by a team headed by Joint Commissioner of Police M K Meena at his office in Civil Lines in September and October said sources While Meena confirmed that the ACB had questioned Kumar he declined to disclose details When contacted Kumar refused to comment on the issue Sources in the ACB told The Indian Express that Kumar had been summoned by the agency in August and appeared before it in September “He was questioned by Assistant Commissioner of Police Santosh Kumar in September and then again in October He was given a questionnaire of nearly 100 questions related to the 2002 CNG fitness scam” said the source During questioning Kumar denied any involvement with the scam said sources ACP Santosh Kumar asked the principal secretary why no action had been taken during his tenure as the transport commissioner in 2013 when the ACB had submitted its report on the scam A day before the ACB had filed the chargesheet in the CNG fitness scam case in September Public Prosecutor Vinod Kumar Sharma who had scrutinised the chargesheet had alleged that pressure was being brought on him In a letter to Meena Sharma had claimed that he was being “pressurised” by “some officials” of the Delhi secretariat including Kumar to “produce files related to the scam” However the Delhi government had dismissed claims levelled by the prosecutor The ACB is also looking into the role of two former chief secretaries — D M Spolia and P K Tripathi — in connection with the scam and it has issued summons to 16 senior officials Two officers Anil Chikara and former deputy commissioner (transport) A K Bisht have already recorded their statements before the ACB The alleged scam took place in 2002 when the Delhi government following a Supreme Court order ordered fitness tests on public transport vehicles using CNG and hired ESP USA as consultant However another firm ‘ESP India Pvt Ltd’ was awarded the tender allegedly with the collusion of officials even before the company had been registered The ACB registered a case in 2012 and began its investigation The director of ESP USA in India Nitin Manawat and three others were arrested for allegedly creating a fictitious ‘ESP India’ company For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: October 1 2013 4:32 am Related News The National Students Union of India and state Youth Congress will jointly organise a yuva rally in the state capital on Tuesday to pressurise the state government to end corruption and create jobs for the educatedunemployed youths State Youth Congress president Mansinh Dodia and NSUI president Adityarajsinh Gohil said that youths in large numbers from across the state were expected to attend the rally According to themthere are about 10 lakh educated unemployed youths and another 20 lakh semi-skilled youths without job in the state They said that while Chief Minister Narendra Modi claimed that he had not allowed corruption during his rulehes afraid of appointing a Lokayukta The rally will be addressed by state Congress president Arjun ModhwadiaAICC general secretary and MP Gurudas KamatLeader of Opposition in Assembly Shankersinh VaghelaIYC president Rajiv SatavNSUI national president Rohit ChaudharyUnion ministers Dinsha PatelBharatsinh SolankiTushar Chaudharyamong others Gujarat Pradesh Congress Committee spokesperson Manish Doshi alleged that corruption amounting to Rs 1 lakh crore had taken place during Modis regime and the CAG had detected financial discrepancies amounting to Rs 42000 crore There was no better proof of corruption than a Porbander court awarding three years sentence to states Agriculture Minister Babubhai Bokhiria in connection with Rs 54 crore mining theft a few months agoDoshi said He said that if every thing was alright under Modiwhy were 32 policemenincluding IPS officerssent to jail and many of them arrested in connection with fake encounter cases Two of Modis ministers were also arrested One of them Amit Shah is out on bail and the other one Mayaben Kodnani is still incarceratedhe pointed out For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 22 2013 1:22 am Related News Taking note of the provisions of the Delhi Master Plan-2021 (MPD) that do not allow teaching of technical structural courses on land allotted for schoolsthe Delhi High Court upheld a DDA order to close an institute that offered a B Ed course in West Delhi The court also dismissed a 2007 order by the Delhi chief ministerwhich allowed the institute to teach the BEd course on the school premises The Triveni Educational and Social Welfare Society had approached the High Court with a writ petition in 2010 after the National Council for Technical Education (NCTE) had refused permission for affiliation of the BEd Diploma course and had withdrawn the recognition granted to the institute The institute said said the CM had passed an order on June 272007informing the Director (Higher Education)Government of NCT Delhithat the restriction did not apply to BEd and the Director (Higher Education) had should issue a no-objection certificate allowing the course to be taught on school premisesprovided the same has been approved by the NCTE Observing that an individual cannot bind a public body more so when such a decision is against the terms of the Master Plan, “I think Steve Harvey should definitely come back, edging it to slips. #INDvAUS pic.and their rule of law is much inferior to that seen in the BSST countries. at some point it would have had to rope in the CBI in matters related to economic offences and aspects that would be beyond the jurisdiction of the police.then some caution is recommended.s time to give a farewell to the seniors?

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