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where is there the question of not taking milk to avoid become fat, he said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDhaka: Test cricket’s newest nations are in despair at plans to split the format into two divisions fearing it could undo decades of hard-fought progress on the field and kill interest in the game Cricket’s governing body the International Cricket Council (ICC) is meeting in Edinburgh this week to debate proposals for the seven top-ranked teams to establish a de facto premier league in a bid to boost waning interest in Tests Representational of The International Cricket Council (ICC) Reuters Under the scheme being considered by the ICC the other three countries with Test status would join a five-strong second division along with Afghanistan and Ireland While the shake-up would guarantee cricket’s leading nations play each other every other year the other sides would be starved of matches which draw in crowds and lucrative broadcast deals As things stand the two latest arrivals at cricket’s top table — Bangladesh and Zimbabwe — will be doomed to the second tier and could be joined by another relative newcomer Sri Lanka "This will spell the death of international cricket as we’ve known it" said Ahmed Sazzadul Alam Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) director Bangladesh lobbied for years to join cricket’s elite before playing their first Test in 2000 Their record has been poor winning just seven of their 93 Tests and they are currently ranked ninth just above Zimbabwe However performances have improved significantly of late and Bangladesh have only lost six of their last 18 Tests BCB vice president Mahbubul Anam warned Bangladesh "would go backwards" if they stop playing teams such as England and India both of whom they are due to play later this year "The more we play against competitive sides the better we’ll get" said Anam Alistair Campbell a former director of Zimbabwe’s board appreciated the arguments for a split because of the gulf in class between the top and bottom sides But Campbell a former captain who played in Zimbabwe’s inaugural Test against India in 1992 said it would be heartbreaking if current players would never be able to compete against the best "It’s going to be a tragedy if you are growing up in a country like Zimbabwe or Bangladesh" he told AFP "It means you might never get the opportunity to play with top tier sides That might drive players to go and seek greener pastures" he said Disaster There are similar fears in Sri Lanka which has fallen down the rankings in the last two years after batting greats Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene retired Sri Lanka are currently ranked seventh and in danger of being overtaken by an improving West Indies by the time the proposed split comes into force Sri Lanka also struggled in the first decade after their inaugural Test in 1982 but then found their feet and won the 1996 World Cup Sidath Wettimuny who scored Sri Lanka’s first Test century warned the architects of the split were playing with fire "It’s okay to make some tweaks but what is proposed is going to be a disaster in every sense of the word" he said Sri Lankan board’s secretary Mohan de Silva was cool on the proposal "We are not very much in favour but we need to discuss with our executive committee after studying it carefully before taking a final decision" he wrote in a text from Scotland But Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera insisted the shake-up should be opposed as it would "have a negative impact" Financial ruin Sri Lanka’s cash-strapped board is hugely dependent on TV money and ticket revenue from tours by the likes of India and Australia But neither broadcasters nor spectators will pay significant amounts for matches involving minnows such as Ireland "If you club the weakest teams in one league who’ll be interested in watching those games This will lead to financial ruin" Sri Lankan sports minister Jayasekera told AFP The BCB’s Alam also warned of dire financial consequences "There would be an inevitable loss of interest among younger followers of Test cricket and a decline in interest from the media and sponsors" he said "The resulting downturn in revenues would undermine development programmes and funding of domestic leagues" "It will effectively mean the end of cricket for countries like us" he concluded By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 14 2015 12:50 am Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis Related News Acquisition of land will not pose a hurdle in the “smart cities” project in Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said Friday revealing ambitious plans of the Maharashtra government for the “City Naina” project a city bigger than the commercial capital of India Mumbai Fadnavis was speaking after addressing an event in London where he interacted with chief executive officers (CEOs) of different organisations Fadnavis is on a three-day London tour along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi They would inaugurate the London House of B R Ambedkar on Saturday The property up for auction was acquired by the Maharashtra government from private owners for Rs 40 crore Share This Article Related Article On Friday the interaction was confined to development in Maharashtra especially in critical sectors such as infrastructure power water management and public-private partnership model to push economic reforms and mega projects Fadnavis said “We believe optimum use of services will bring down cost which is our main objective We believe it can can be achieved by creating smart cities” “We have undertaken mega projects to develop infrastructure in a time-bound manner which is integral for socio-economic development and better quality of life My experience shows there won’t be problems in land acquisition We are moving ahead with City Naina bigger than Mumbai” The state laws on land acquisition ensured greater compensation and public participation that helps to usher reforms he explained He stressed improving quality of life by creating jobs and providing services Smart city is not merely about technology but involving people and understanding their needs and Maharashtra is doing that he observed He talked of empowerment of mayors to ensure better performance Speaking on urban cities Fadnavis explained the concept of 100 smart cities promoted by the centre It includes 10 smart cities from Maharashtra He said “Naina is going to be a unique model complete with international airport rapid transport walk to work and essential civic amenities” The township bigger than Mumbai will be meticulously planned to accommodate concerns of a growing population with thrust on expansion of services sector to generate employment In the context of development two sectors power and water have to be upgraded through better management and investment he said “It is our endeavour to put water and power supply in smart grid The idea is to bring accountability…” Earlier Fadnavis met Sterlite Industry Chairman Anil Agarwal and Vedanta CEO Tom Albanese to discuss investment opportunities in Maharashtra [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Panchkula | Updated: June 29 2016 10:51 am Top News Four years after the Chandimandir Toll Plaza was built the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has agreed to pay Rs 9265 lakh damages to the forest department for encroaching on forest land for the construction In 2012 the Chandimandir Toll Plaza was built on the Panchkula-Kalka stretch of the National Highway (NH-22) by NHAI through Himalayan Expressway Construction Company which was given the contract However a representation was sent by advocate Vijay Bansal who is also the president Shivalik Vikas Manch to the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests highlighting that NHAI allegedly violated forest laws Share This Article Related Article “We had given a complaint to the Central Empowered Committee New Delhi in 2012 against NHAI for illegally occupying the forest land On April 12 2012 the committee had directed the Chief Secretary Haryana and Chief Conservator of Forest Haryana to take required action in the case” said Bansal According to the complaint the company had raised illegal constructions on forest land measuring about 926 hectares A damage report prepared by the forest department had put the losses on account of illegal construction to be Rs 9265 lakh The case is pending before the Special Environment Forest Kurukshetra In a recent letter written to the District Forest Officer (DFO) Pinjore NHAI has stated that they are willing to pay the damages of Rs 9265 lakh in the Compensatory Afforestation Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA) fund and requested the department to withdraw the case from environment court Kurukshetra “We have received a letter but the case will be withdrawn only after the damages are received” said DFO Pinjore Rohtash Birthal For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBearer of a billion Indian hopes for a second medal at the Rio Olympics 2016 shuttler Pusarla Venkata Sindhu produced one of the finest and most passionate performances of her career to pummel Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara into submission in the women’s singles semi-final on Thursday The brilliant 51-minute victory by a 21-19 21-10 scoreline over the reigning All-England champion made the 21-year-old Sindhu the first player from India to earn the right to contest an Olympic badminton final and firmly eclipsed the bronze medal winning display bycompatriot Saina Nehwal atthe 2012 London Games After jousting on even terms with Okuhara for about one-and-a-half games the gloves were off for Sindhu at 10-all in the second game Sheunleashed a barrage of attacking strokes and grabbed 11 straight points in a seven-minute blitzkrieg that left her diminutive rival stunned shocked and disoriented Okuhara’s plans of taking the match the full distance lay in tatters On Fridayevening Sindhu will spar with Spanish two-time world champion Carolina Marin for the coveted gold medal Marin looked in commanding form as she dislodged defending champion Li Xuerui of China from the Olympic throne with a dominating 21-14 21-16 triumph PV Sindhu reacts following her win over Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara AP The left-handed Spaniard was in command for virtually the entire match with an impressive display of speed power and sparkling strokeplay and even made up a 11-15 deficit in the second stanza with a string of six points She did have an unwarranted stroke of luck at 17-16?a case of rash driving and stopping a government employee from discharging his duty was registered at the Sector 26 police station. The manuscripts gallery has remained shut since 2003,most of them see brisk sales,There is no regulation in the business whatsoever. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rohan Swamy | Published: April 19, Most of the other constituencies in Saurashtra,fourth year mechanical engineering student from VIT, Huth’s replacement. Priyanka Chopra said: Top celeb quotes of 2015?

I would suggest to them that this story is a much better election plank than temple-building,” No prizes for guessing — this factory is in Gujarat. A day before, In any event,Ghole Road,t contest that. Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News, He added, ?but there is no response from them, said Anandini ThakoorchairmanH-West federation [email protected] Arrested development Last yearBMC took a policy decision to only construct asphalt and concrete roads and floated a tender worth Rs 200 crore to begin work on concretising various major and minor paver block roads Howeverwork on these roads will begin only after monsoon as the roads department is yet to finalise the design of road construction For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ishfaq Naseem | Pune | Published: July 20 2012 1:35 am Related News Taking a strong exception to the non-payment of dues by the Ammunition Factory Khadki (AFK)the Khadki Cantonment Board (KCB) has written to the factory asking it to clear arrears on account of service and conservancy charges amounting to over Rs 29 crore at the earliest The KCB has also taken up the matter with Defence Estates office stating that the dues were pending for years together Chief Executive Officer of the cantonment board S V R Chandershekhar said the board has been repeatedly reminding AFK to clear the dues According to the officialsthe arrears of service charges are due since 1998 on the properties that are managed by AFK The claim of service charges amounting to Rs 26 crore was submitted to AFK in April and it was conveyed to them through a letter to clear the dues The pending arrears are up to 2010 financial year The service charges of around Rs 3 crore for the last financial year have already been paid by AFK While Rs 23 crore was pending till 2010the 2010 financial year charges stood at Rs 296 crore Officials said the conservancy charges of around Rs 3 crore for five years are also pending with the AFK Howeverthey added that Rs 24 crore conservancy charges of last financial year have been cleared by the factory The matter has also been taken up with the Defence Ministry?

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and tried to hide his guilt by burying his face in his hands. redeemed himself by heading in Toni Kroos’ corner early in the second half.1979?it was stated that after demolition of the unauthorized coloniesthey would be resettled by providing them alternate tenements/ sites in a phased manner Howeverafter demolition of their jhuggisa notification was issued by the Chandigarh Administration on August 182003 stating therein that only those bonafide residents of those unauthorized colonieswhose names figured in the electoral rolls as on December 81996 shall be considered for allotment of alternate tenements/ sites under the 1979 scheme Subsequentlyfor the residents of the other 18 unauthorised coloniesanother scheme was notified by the Chandigarh Administration on November 62006under which the bonafide residents of those 18 colonieswhose names were included in the voter list of 2006and whose names figured in the biometric survey conducted in March 2006shall be considered for allotment of small flats under the new scheme called Chandigarh Small Flats Scheme2006. auto components.

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