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She added that Bengal contributed 13 per cent of the total crime committed against women in India and is at number three nationally. The appointment of Malik is one of the reasons for the stand off between DC Mohd Shayin and Sub-divisional Magistrate (SDM) Amandeep Kaur.who is also the PA of the UT Deputy Commissioner.306 days. as marshals grabbed him by his arm and took him out.” says Sheroy, he retaliates. And then there are Hemsworth and Chastain, Sharma further disclosed that Nagina brought the fake notes from Bangladesh at the rate of Rs 45/46, Yadav said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAustralia fast-bowling great Jeff Thomson has said the expected absence of Ryan Harris from the tourists’ attack for the first Test against England in Cardiff next week won’t hamper the team’s Ashes chances He also played down suggestions that Australia would have the edge over England following a 5-0 Ashes win on home soil in 2013/14 adding that if anyone might have "scarring" it would be the Australians given they had not won a Test series in Britain since 2001 File picture of Josh Hazlewood Getty Harris was left out of Australia’s ongoing final warm-up match against Essex after suffering a recurrence of the knee trouble that has plagued his career but with Michael Clarke’s men boasting plenty of fast bowling cover Thomson said Thursday: "I wouldn’t have had him in any way" Speaking at a press conference in London organised by series sponsors Investec Thomson said his preferred pace attack out of Australia’s current squad consisted of Mitchell Starc fellow left-armer Mitchell Johnson — who took 37 wickets at 14 apiece during the last Ashes — and Josh Hazlewood "I know (people talk about) Johnson but I think Hazlewood might be a leading wicket-taker here I love Starc always have for years He’d be my first pick" Thomson made his name during Australia’s 4-1 Ashes series win in 1974/75 when he formed a celebrated fast-bowling partnership with Dennis Lillee In five matches that series — he missed the last through injury — Thomson took 33 wickets at under 18 apiece bowling at a ferocious pace that has rarely if ever been exceeded But just a few months later Australia faced greater resistance in England before winning a four-match series — shorter than normal because of the inaugural 1975 World Cup — 1-0 Asked if fast bowlers caused long-term psychological damage to opposition batsmen Thomson said: "I don’t think it is psychological We (Australia) haven’t won here for 14 years so we’ve got a bit of scar tissue if you want to call it that" "Playing here is hard work It was the damndest thing the team we flogged in Australia then we came here and it was really uphill trying to win a match" There has been plenty of talk in the build-up to the Ashes about the amount of "sledging" or verbal abuse of opposition players that is likely to place given the acrimonious exchanges between the two sides in 2013/14 – ‘Revved up’ – Australia have long been considered "past masters" at "sledging" starting from Thomson’s heyday in the 1970s but the 64-year-old was adamant it was a later generation of Aussies who took the practice to its height "I think it developed more in the 90s with Warnie (Shane Warne) (Ian) Healy and all those guys" said Thomson whose prime years as a Test bowler came during the captaincy reigns of Ian and Greg Chappell "We didn’t say much I never said anything to anybody unless somebody said something to me "And nobody’s going to say anything to myself bowling 100mph" said Thomson whose 51 Tests yielded exactly 200 wickets at an average of 28 apiece "You are not going to say to Viv Richards ‘you can’t bat’ you are not going to say to me ‘you can’t bowl fast’ If you do you are going to get a show you’re better off zipping it" Thomson subsequently told AFP "In the 1990s when I was doing television commentary it revved up we used to hear it through the mics (microphones) Hayden and Healy all those guys it did get a bit much It was getting stupid" By contrast the time Thomson was most taken aback by comments on the field came when Colin Cowdrey summoned at the age of 41 from the depths of an English winter to reinforce a battered and bruised top order first spoke to him during the 1974/75 Perth Test "He just said: ‘Mr Thomson Colin Cowdrey I’ve been dying to meet you’ I was just shocked" said Thomson "But I could see that he could play He was a fantastic player" AFP Toggle between scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary DAY 2 REPORT CARDIFF: – Chris Rogers fell for 95 failing to turn a half-century into a hundred for the seventh test innings in a row as Australia ended the second day of the first test on 264 for five 166 behind England on Thursday The tourists replying to England’s 430 all out also lost David Warner (17) Steve Smith (33) captain Michael Clarke (38) and Adam Voges (31) Smith and Clarke were coaxed into errors by the spin of Moeen Ali who hit an entertaining 77 as the home team kept the Australian fielders busy for 75 minutes in the morning adding 87 to their overnight total for the loss of the last three wickets File picture of Moeen Ali Reuters The 37-year-old Rogers has been superbly consistent in a run of 50-plus scores that began against India in Brisbane in December but he will kick himself as a century appeared there for the taking He had progressed largely untroubled towards a fourth Ashes hundred when he tried to cut a ball from paceman Mark Wood that was too close to him and nicked it behind to wicketkeeper Jos Buttler trudging forlornly off the field at Sophia Gardens A deserved 100 eluded him but he still joined a select band with a seventh successive knock of 50-plus matching West Indians Everton Weekes and Shivnarine Chanderpaul Zimbabwean Andy Flower and Sri Lankan Kumar Sangakkara PAINFUL BLOW Rogers and Warner had begun well sharing a 52-run opening stand before the latter was well caught at first slip by England captain Alastair Cook off James Anderson Moments later Cook much to team mate Joe Root’s mirth was rolling around in agony after being struck a painful blow in the groin area that forced him off for treatment Smith the world’s number one test batsman clubbed Moeen to the boundary three times in one over but the spinner had the last laugh by inducing a leading edge that Cook caught at short mid-on ending a stand of 77 with Rogers Clarke also looked set for a big score before dancing down the track to Moeen and offering a sharp return catch Australia would have been fairly happy reaching the close of play four wickets down but a late lapse in concentration from Voges who played a loose drive off Ben Stokes and was caught at short cover left England feeling they could establish a decent lead Earlier Mitchell Starc shook off a sore ankle to finish with five for 114 Fellow paceman Mitchell Johnson the scourge of England in their Ashes demolition in Australia last year conceded 111 runs and went wicketless REUTERS Written by Ananya Bhardwaj | New Delhi | Published: September 11 2013 2:29 am Related News Held guiltyPawan Gupta and Vinay Sharma are hoping that the judge would hand them a lighter sentencenot deathon Wednesdaysources in Tihar jailwhere they are lodgedsaid The other two menMukesh Singh and Akshay Thakurremained quiet and withdrawn after reaching the jail following the pronouncement of the verdictthe sources said Though all four took their afternoon meals after returning from the fast track court in Saketno one returned to their cells for a nap Pawan and Vinay are expecting that they would be handed life imprisonment They told fellow inmates that the judge might consider their age and the video clip they submitted in court and hand them a lenient sentence They also said that their lawyers had assured them that they would appeal in the High Court and make sure that they are acquitted? Kher said that Dhawan is an independent-minded person.

” said Saurabh Joshi.The matter being very serious,doing enough.

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