With inputs from Sanjay Sawant Written by N. Which of these Malayalams is classical? India need 261 more runs to win this match 1409 hrs IST:?Mishra finishes the over.

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If Kothari isn? but rather than ascribe that to some racial pathology — and doing so is racist on its face — we must consider the intersection of race and concentrated poverty, The University has not even launched a pilot testing project so far in any of the buildings.s vision, recalls Talwar Hangalwho was born in Peshawarinherited the love for theatre and music from his father He started learning music and lateracting in plays in Peshawarthe city his forefathers had made their home after migrating from Kashmir several generations ago While singing on radio and acting on stage had become his favourite diversionsHangal adopted tailoring as a profession when he moved to Karachi a few years later It was after shifting to Bombay after Partition that Hangal became more involved with theatre He even played an active role in the revival of IPTA Though Hangal mostly worked with IPTA during his five-decade-long theatre careerhe also did plays for other groups like Indian National Theatres Ek Chadar Maili Si While developing his acting stylehe was influenced by famous Russian theatre director Constantin Stanislavskis theory Hangals discipline often reflected the integrity and serious endeavour Stanislavski talked about For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Standing up to the wicket against his team’s spinners on wearing Indian tracks would be a big test of his skills feels South African wicket-keeper Dane Vilas "This wicket is not a typical Indian wicket where there is more spinning and spitting out of rough on day 4 and 5 It’s going to test you as a keeper We don’t get the deterioration like here back home I have prepared for it" said Vilas after day one of the two-day practice game against the Board President’s XI team at the Brabourne Stadium He said it was good that he had come with the South Africa A team to play their Indian counterparts in Wayanad in two four-day games Proteas wicketkeeper Dane Vilas in action against BP XI in Mumbai AFP "It was a good experience in playing in these sorts of conditions I had previously played in Champions League games but to come and play two four-day games is very good for me Hopefully that experience of standing up to the spinners will help me" Villas said He said it was overall a satisfactory day for his team as all the bowlers had a feel of the conditions along with players like him who joined the Test squad after missing the ODI and T20 part of the tour "It was a satisfactory day The bowlers got overs under their belt and bowling with the white ball is different from the red ball And guys joining like me had time on the field but a match game obviously is a lot different from the practice game" Villas said the South African slow bowlers bowled well after lunch "Before lunch they bowled too straight but they came back and bowled a lot better and the line they bowled was the key They got extra bit of bounce as well "We wanted to see all three spinners and they all bowled equally well at stages There was not too much reverse swing pitch was not abrasive and the outfield too was good" he said adding that the SG balls used had surprised the team "I think it was a surprise a lot better ball than we expected We were very happy with the ball" Asked about competing with a very good player like Quinton de Kock who scored two solid hundreds in the ODI series before leaving for home Vilas said competition was always good and showed the depth of talent "De Kock is a very good player But I am not focusing too much on that I am going to do the job for the team and play as many games as I can It shows there is depth in the squad; it’s good competition is going to help the team" PTI Osaka: South American champions Atletico Nacional questioned football’s new video referee after the first ever penalty awarded under the system helped dump them out of the Club World Cup — and even had suspicions of offside The Atletico Nacional players argue with referee Viktor Kassai after he used the new video referee system to award a penalty against them Reuters The Colombians felt aggrieved after Hungarian referee Viktor Kassai used the new technology for the first goal in their shock 3-0 defeat by Japan’s Kashima Antlers on Wednesday In a ground-breaking moment Kassai stopped play ran to the side of the pitch and watched a replay before blowing for the penalty which was converted by Shoma Doi Nacional were fuming as the foul in question Orlando Berrio’s trip on Daigo Nishi as he ran towards an airborne free kick had gone virtually unnoticed by the players The Colombian players continued to remonstrate with the referee as they trudged off and their frustration will have been compounded as replays suggested Nishi may have been offside in the build-up "That decision was crucial because we were in control and it unbalanced us emotionally" complained Nacional defender Farid Diaz "It totally changed the game" The video system is being trialled in FIFA competitions for the first time at this year’s Club World Cup although goal-line technology is already widely used In a move to modernise the game assistant referees monitor television screens and relay information on so-called "match-changing decisions" to the match officials during the game Nacional’s players reacted furiously after Kassai used the video replay in Osaka following protests from the Kashima bench rather than players on the field ‘Complicated issue’ "I don’t understand it because Kashima’s players didn’t argue and carried on playing" growled Nacional captain Alexis Henriquez "That’s what surprised me the most The decision killed us it was a huge blow It took the referee two minutes to come to that conclusion" Kassai actually took less than 30 seconds to make the decision after being alerted by his video assistant watching on a small screen by the side of the pitch Doi smashed home the historic penalty before further goals from substitute Yuma Suzuki completed Nacional’s misery late on "I don’t know if this system will work" shrugged Henriquez "It’s going to be a complicated issue in the future (The technology) takes away the essence of football" Kashima who finished third in the overall J-League standings this year advanced to Sunday’s final against either Spanish giants Real Madrid or Mexico’s Club America Nacional who were aiming for a dream end to their centenary season even had their own claims for a penalty review waved away by Kassai "It’s annoying" said midfielder Mateus Uribe "One minute we are totally dominating the match and that decision turns the game 180 degrees" Nacional were the would-be opponents of Chapocoense before the Brazilian team were all but wiped out in a plane crash last month en route to the Copa Sudamericana final After their long trip to Japan the Colombians now have only a third-place playoff to look forward to "This technology will cause controversy because at every corner there is always pushing grabbing or blocking" said Diaz "It will provoke a lot of debate for a long time to come for sure" Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 26 2013 3:11 am Related News While the Calcutta High Court today suggested to hold the panchayat elections in five phases due to acute shortage of security forcesthe state government placed a fresh proposal in the court to hold the elections in four phases The court would decide on the issue tomorrow The panchayat elections are at present scheduled to be held in three phases on July 2July 6 and July 9 Following the proposal of the Division Bench of Chief Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Joymalya Bagchithe state election commission (SEC) counsel submitted to the High Court that it had no objection to the states proposal to increase the phases if it could guarantee deployment of adequate security forces The polls cannot be held otherwisehe added Earliera counsel of the central government apprised the court that it would not be possible to provide central forces from outside and that the state government could utilise the 42 companies of the central forces deployed in the Jungalmahal for the election purpose The Division Bench suggested that if the first phase of pollingto be held in nine districts on July 2is divided into two more phasesthe shortfall of the security forces could be resolved During the hearingit was revealed that a total of 142000 security forces are required in the first phase The Chief Justiceafter going through the affidavitsaid shortfall is of 76000 and asked the state how it will cope with it The High Court advised the state to hold the polls on July 2468 and 9 and asked the government and the SEC to discuss this and come up with their stand later in the day Following discussions between the Chief SecretaryHome Secretary and the Director General of Police and State Election Commissionerthe matter was taken up in the court again Government pleader Ashok Banerjee handed over a fresh proposal that sought to hold the polls in four phases He also submitted the fresh schedule of the districts where polls are to be held on July 2 According to the states fresh proposalthe poll would be held in PuruliaBankuraWest Midnapore and East Midnapore in the first phase on July 2 In the second phase on July 4the poll would be held in BurdwanHowrahHooglySouth 24-Parganas and North 24-Parganas The schedules of districts for the third and four phases would follow the schedule of second and third phase according to the earlier notifications The Division Bench wanted to know from the SEC counsel about the requirement of security forces in the first and second phases according to the new schedule SEC counsel Samarditya Pal said about 49000 security forces would be required in the first phase to hold the polls in the four districts and 11 lakh forces would have to be arranged to cover the five districts in the second phase The Division Bench wanted to know from the Advocate General about the availability of the security forces from the states own resources and the shortfall of forces for each phase It asked the Advocate General to submit the details tomorrow For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: October 16 2012 4:06 am Top News Police inspector Jadhav said?

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