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Sultan Singh Atwal (CHD) bt Samrat Rana (CHD) 8-7(1),Prabhsimran Singh Bal bt Manav Poddar (CHD) 8-1, 2014 10:23 pm Related News The country’s top most auditor has criticised Gujarat government for the severe shortage to teaching staff that currently exists in the government engineering and polytechnic colleges that impart technical education. over 55 percent (307 positions) are vacant. Similar are the vacancy levels for Principals (81 percent) Laboratory Assistants (71 percent) and Instructors (33 percent) The condition of Government Polytechnics is no better The vacancy levels for Principals (85 percent) Head of Departments (74 percent) Laboratory Assistants (69 percent) and Instructors (58 percent) are all on a higher side “Adequate human resources are most important for imparting knowledge in any institute and their shortage would adversely affect quality of education and the purpose of creation of physical infrastructure at the institutes would be defeated” stated CAG in a serious indignation of the currently status of the state-run institutes of higher learning CAG also pointed some of the lacuna’s that exist in individual institutes “The Chemical Engineering Department in SB Polytechnic Institute Bhavnagar was approved (2009-10) by AICTE with an intake capacity of 60 students Audit observed that there was no classroom laboratory building and equipment for the course in the institute The principal stated that the students were taught about the working of equipment of the subject theoretically and the practical examinations were conducted orally Thus the students were deprived of practical knowledge of use of equipment” the auditor stated The report also mentioned another instance of the plastic engineering department of Government Polytechnic in the tribal town of Chotta Udaepur where “courses were being taken through web-based learning and industrial visits” Rejecting the way the students were taught CAG stated “Web-based learning cannot replace class room teaching and practical sessions” “Grants released for purchase of machinery and equipment were not adequately utilised…Software was purchased though there was no demand or requirement Instances of equipment lying ideal due to non-availability of trained staff were also noticed” it added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News" he said. “The government owns the land.” said Nare.

This step you have taken is in the right direction.make demands,protection of child rights?will free the institutions from harmful practices and strengthen the system With inputs from Neha Nimblea research scholar at Tata Institute of Social Sciences Singla is associate professor at Department of Social WorkUniversity of [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday night condemned the bomb blast that took place outside a Hindu temple in Thai capital Bangkok killing at least 27 people "I strongly condemn the blast in Bangkok My thoughts are with the families of the deceased I pray for a speedy recovery of the injured" he tweeted I strongly condemn the blast in Bangkok My thoughts are with the families of the deceased I pray for a speedy recovery of the injured Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 17 2015 A powerful bomb exploded at around 7 pm (5:30 IST) outside Erawan Shrine in the downtown Chidlom district of Bangkok police said The temple which is dedicated to Lord Brahma is located on a main road through Bangkok’s commercial hub and is surrounded by three major shopping malls The blast in Bangkok has killed at least 27 people AP At least 15 people were killed in the explosion according to latest information There was a huge amount of chaos with body parts scattered everywhere media reports said Congress President Sonia Gandhi also expressed deep shock at the loss of lives in the explosion Praying for the deceased and the injured Gandhi offered her deepest condolences to the families of the victims the party said in a statement PTI Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Thursday demanded the suspension of Bipin Mullick the resident commissioner of Maharashtra Sadan in New Delhi the location of the Rajan Vichare episode wherein the Sena MP tried to force-feed a fasting Muslim staffer Uddhav Thackeray PTI Thackeray has also demanded an inquiry into previous allegations of corruption in the construction contracts for the palatial Maharashtra Sadan “Maharashtra Sadan has been caught in a controversy since awarding the contract for its construction BJP MP Kirit Somaiya has also raised the issue earlier So an inquiry should be instituted against the contractors appointed since the time of construction Earlier Marathi artistes were not allowed into the Sadan If it is not going to be helpful for the Marathi people then it should be renamed as a lodging-boarding place” said Thackeray He was addressing the media in Nashik on Thursday He was in Nashik to review the preparations for the upcoming Assembly elections “Our MPs didn’t intend to break the roza of the Muslim supervisor" he claimed "But the Opposition parties are giving a communal colour to the incident” On July 17 Vichare and a band of Sena MPs protested allegedly poor facilities at the Maharashtra Sadan where they reside when Parliament is in session Vichare was caught on camera thrusting a roti at the mouth of a staffer who kept repeating that he is fasting The incident got a mildly communal colour with the staffer protesting in a complaint letter top the resident commissioner of Maharashtra Sadan that his fast was broken on account of Vichare’s actions Vichare though not a picture of consternation later did admit to reporters that he realised only later from the news channels that the man whose mouth he had tried to stuff the chapati into was Muslim "For hurting any religious sentiment I am sorry" Vichare told Times Now It’s over The first act of the Aam Aadmi Party’s theatrical stint in power in Delhi ended 48 days after it began It was only fitting that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tendered his resignation over his failure to pass the Jan Lokpal Bill in the Delhi Assembly – he had found the perfect moment to target his twin enemies the Congress and BJP for their abject failure to stand up against corruption Kejriwal’s rise and rise has been all about manufacturing enemies out of the rest of the political class But to succeed in government – as opposed to scoring in an election — he desperately needs to make some friends Let there be no doubt; there will be a second act of AAP in office and probably quite soon possibly after a snap Assembly poll held simultaneously with the Lok Sabha election in April-May If opinion polls are to be believed AAP has only become more popular with Delhi’s citizens since the December 2013 election Even if it were to lose some support from those disgusted with the dharna approach to government it would not be unreasonable to assume that Kejriwal would get the majority he was denied in the December election Kejriwal announcing his resignation PTI If Kejriwal believes that crossing the halfway mark of 36 seats in Delhi’s assembly of 70 (AAP has 28 seats in the current assembly) will enable him to govern decisively and in the fashion that he alone wants he is wrong Several things may have changed by the time Kejriwal becomes Chief Minister again There will be a new Prime Minister after May There will be a new Home Minister It is quite probable that there will be a new Lieutenant Governor of Delhi in case Najeeb Jung gets kicked upstairs to another larger Raj Bhavan make way for the new establishment’s choice In short there will be no Manmohan Singh Sushil Kumar Shinde and Najeeb Jung to rail against in anger The reality of Indian politics is also that a new government enjoys a honeymoon period with voters Whoever the new Prime Minister and Home Minister are will have far greater credibility in public perception than Messrs Singh and Shinde do after a lackluster performance in UPA 2 Kejriwal won’t find bashing them half as easy as with the discredited Congress Delhi’s peculiar structure of government which makes it a state unlike any other (power is shared by the Central and state Government) means that Kejriwal and AAP should they form another Government will still have to work with a ruling party which is not theirs The probability of AAP forming the Union Government in 2014 is close to nil Again if opinion polls are to be believed it could quite possibly be a NDA Government led by the BJP a sworn enemy of Kejriwal Kejriwal will have a choice to make He can continue to be confrontationist with the next (more popular than present) Government and come a cropper Or he can learn to be friends If he wants full statehood for Delhi – a perfectly reasonable demand – he needs to negotiate with the next Home Minister not blackmail him or her with street protests If he wants to pass the Janlokpal Bill he needs to persuade the Lieutenant Governor and other parties Kejriwal needs to remember that he is one player in pluralist democracy not an autocrat He will never have the right to force his way on every issue even if he has a majority in the assembly Even on corruption he must accept that while a majority is in favour of eradicating it there are genuine (and honest) differences of opinion on how to achieve that goal And he needs to grow up and acknowledge that not everyone who disagrees with him is corrupt Running a government is more complex than winning an election To succeed in elections enemies are fine but the business of governance needs a little bit of help from friends who are not in your own party would send a third petition signed by 66 parliament members, "You talked about Pink revolution. he acted as a domestic runner in the criminal scheme, 39, and Jackie Shroff.Filming of Thugs of Hindostan commenced on 5 June 2017 in Malta Thugs of Hindostan is being directed byVijay Krishna Acharya whose last directorial project was Dhoom 3 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 17 2017 1:43 pm Hindi Medium actor Irrfan Khan hasmet his AIB buddies again Related News Irrfan Khan can do anything Now take a pause turn that piercing gaze to the person standing opposite you and say it again Irrfan Khan can do anything He can play a daku or a policeman a billionaire owner of a dinosaur park or a middle class man living a humdrum existence in Mumbai He does all of that without breaking a sweat Sometimes Irrfan does it so well we wonder why we don’t see more of him in those Rs 100-crore films Well he has starred in Rs 1000-crore ones out there in Hollywood but that is a story for another day For now he has gone Hindi Medium as a Chandni Chowk Hindi-speaking man whose life is Hindi but wife is English He needs the crowd that lives off viral videos to go watch his film so he met his AIB buddies again Watch Hindi Medium actor Irrfan Khan’s new AIB meme video: Remember a video that had Irrfan Khan’s face AIB’s name and jokes at the expense of every Bollywood hit song from those days So now we have AIB and Irrfan coming together again and Irrfan is clear he can do anything AIB comes up with a brilliant idea to make Irrfan a meme Actually a lot of memes A lot of viral memes that we like and share on social media everyday And what did Irrfan say What else other than the fact that Irrfan can do anything That is right before he did everything — from Amrish Puri’s Aao Kabhi Haveli Pe to Gormint Bik Gayi Hai aunty He did it so well that we wondered again if his Hindi Medium is anything like the promotions Irrfan has been busy with it should be a hit WatchAIB : Every Bollywood Party Song feat Irrfan Khan And AIB video is not the only one that we are quoting here Irrfan did another video with Filter Copy which had him marketing LitBit single weapon that teaches you English and destroys generation gap And of course there was the epic A for Apple video that Irrfan shared Sikhiye angrezi alphabet Hindi Medium style #HindiMedium In cinemas 19th May @hindimediumfilm pictwittercom/3HPsobiu5C — Irrfan (@irrfank) May 10 2017 But after all the promotions can Irrfan Khan’s film fight off Baahubali 2 threat at the box office Hey don’t you know Irrfan Khan can do anything For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sajjid Z Chinoy | Published: January 26 2016 12:00 am Related News The first fortnight of the year suggests 2016 will be turbulent as policymakers around the world grapple with difficult tradeoffs Chinese policymakers are attempting to stabilise growth amid severe global trade headwinds and are simultaneously constrained by spillovers that risk undermining the efficacy of key policy instruments Similarly strong job growth but weak wage growth in the US is symptomatic of the dilemma the Fed finds itself in as it tries to retain flexibility without losing credibility These are delicate balancing acts that are bound to result in periodic bouts of turbulence Amid this storm the good news is that India remains the emerging market (EM) deemed most resilient to global shocks underpinned both by good policy (fiscal and monetary) and a lot of good luck (collapse in oil) The depreciation of the rupee over the last week may have jangled some nerves but the fact is that it continues to be among the best performing EM currencies The current account deficit is tracking at less than 1 per cent of the GDP compared to nearly 5 per cent at the time of the taper tantrum dramatically reducing the required capital inflows The real policy challenge therefore is not guarding against a rupee collapse (like in 2013) but ensuring that it doesn’t appear too strong on a trade-weighted basis as other currencies depreciate even faster India’s worry is not external preparedness but growth risks that have increased in recent months For all the discussion on exports and reforms our estimate is that the collapse in oil prices has been the biggest driver of growth boosting it by more than 1 percentage point in 2015-16 by increasing household purchasing power improving corporate margins and creating budgetary space to increase expenditures Remember however that this is a one-time boost because it’s the change in oil prices — not their level — that creates the growth dividend To the extent that oil stabilises India will lose this growth dividend next year There could be offsets as a normal monsoon could boost rural demand But with balance-sheet stress not alleviating and the export outlook not improving the growth drag from the terms-of-trade shock rolling off will be hard to overcome The risks therefore of a growth slowdown next year are real — a concern the government’s mid-year review to its credit acknowledged In contrast most market participants still project a linear acceleration of growth in 2016 and 2017 and any slowdown will come as a sticker-shock to them The obvious next question will is: Is there space to mount a counter-cyclical policy response The continued correction of oil has increased the possibility of some more monetary easing this year But any easing is likely to be relatively modest as progressive inflation targets (5 per cent by 2017 and 4 per cent by 2018) become stiffer and underlying “core” inflation has stubbornly remained above 55 per cent in 2015 More importantly we shouldn’t suddenly lose our nerve on inflation targeting It has provided a much-needed anchor to monetary policy creating credibility enabling consistency and anchoring medium-term inflation and rupee expectations These are priceless virtues to forego With the space for monetary easing acknowledged to be limited the debate has unsurprisingly turned to fiscal policy Amid concerns of a slowdown should the fiscal-consolidation path be followed and the deficit reduced further from 39 to 35 per cent of the GDP On the one hand doing so would make fiscal policy procyclical (tightening when growth is slowing) and potentially suboptimal as the mid-year review correctly argues But on the other hand deviating from the fiscal path again is not without risks First it could impinge upon hard-earned credibility Second a larger-than-expected borrowing programme could further pressure benchmark G-sec yields pushing up private-sector borrowing costs and risking some crowding-out of private investment The recent stickiness of G-sec yields is symptomatic of the fragile equilibrium in that market A much-needed reversal of financial repression has meant that a larger fraction of bonds are on banks’ “mark-to-market” books increasing interest rate risk and reducing incremental appetite for bonds thereby keeping yields sticky Compounding this will be Uday bonds which some profitability-constrained public-sector banks may be induced to sell to book profits This would add to supply and compound the demand-supply mismatch Against this backdrop an unpleasant fiscal surprise could further harden yields Finally with nominal GDP growth moderating sharply and approaching the same level as the cost of government borrowing public-sector debt dynamics have become less favourable The surest way to protect against adverse dynamics is to reduce the primary deficit as soon as possible Fiscal consolidation would further dampen growth but relaxation could push up borrowing costs and impinge on credibility — so is fiscal policy caught between a rock and a hard place Not if authorities prioritise asset sales Just the sale of Suuti holdings of which have no strategic imperative would realise 035 per cent of GDP enough to achieve almost the entire consolidation next year Then other sources of revenue or savings could offset the Pay Commission increase A typical objection to disinvestment is that valuations of government commodity companies have come down But what if they fall further next year as China continues to slow And to the extent that these resources are ploughed into public investment the cost of building infrastructure is also commensurately cheaper when commodities collapse So there is a price hedge More importantly think of disinvestment as an “asset swap” on the government’s balance sheet rather than an “asset sale” Operationally too it may be optimal to sell each asset in dribs and drabs — much like a household’s systematic investment plan — rather than in one go to hedge against price fluctuations The key is to realise that asset sales are the only way for the government to protect credibility while avoiding procyclicality There are no easy policy choices in India And the lesson from 2013 is: In this global environment higher growth will be rewarded only if it doesn’t come at the altar of macroeconomic stability The writer is chief India economist JP Morgan Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 14 2017 5:25 pm Zimbabwe’s Craig Ervine left celebrates scoring a century with team mate Malcolm Waller (Source: AP) Related News Zimbabwe riding high on Craig Ervine’s unbeaten 151 post a record 344/8 on Day 1 of the one-off Test in Colombo on Friday This is the best ever score by Zimbabwe in a single day’s play of a Test match After winning the toss the visitors were in a spot of bother as they lost the top-order cheaply Ervine however stood solid at one end and had crucial partnerships with Sikander Raza and Malcolm Waller Both Waller and Raza hit fifties Towards the end of the day’s play Ervine had solid stands with the lower order and his unbeaten partnership with Donald Tiripano remains the team’s best ninth-wicket stand against the hosts in a Test match Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe one-off Test Day 1: As it happened in Colombo TEAMS: Sri Lanka:Upul Tharanga Dimuth Karunaratne Kusal Mendis Dinesh Chandimal (capt) Angelo Mathews Asela Gunaratne Niroshan Dickwella (wk) Dilruwan Perera Rangana Herath Suranga Lakmal Lahiru Kumara Zimbabwe: Regis Chakabva Hamilton Masakadza Tarisai Musakanda Craig Ervine Sean Williams Sikander Raza Malcolm Waller Peter Moor (wk) Graeme Cremer (capt) Chris Mpofu Donald Tiripano For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 30 2017 2:06 am Top News Two men carjacked a vehicle belonging to a man who gave them a lift on Tuesday night The driver Mukesh Mohite (40) a resident of Malad in Mumbai has lodged a complaint in this case at the Hinjewadi police station According to the police complaint Mohite came to Pune from Mumbai in a car After loading some computer network switches he was returning to Mumbai when he offered a lift to two persons around 930 pm near Shaurya Shree Hall and Lawns on the Wadgaon Dhayari Road Mohite stopped the car near Chandani Chowk on the duo’s request so they could attend nature’s call when they suddenly pointed a sharp weapon at him They snatched his cellphone and forcibly removed him from the car The duo then fled from the spot in the car Mohite then went to Hinjewadi police station and lodged an FIR Police have booked the two suspects under Sections 392 34 of the Indian Penal Code Assistant police inspector G J Dhamane is investigating the case When contacted Dhamane said that the complainant went back to Mumbai after lodging the FIR “We have initiated a probe in this case Attempts are on to identify and arrest the carjackers” he said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: February 22 2015 3:10 am No subsequent government has bothered to remove it; not even the BJP/NDA government of 1998-2004 Related News There was recently much fuss about an advertisement in which the Preamble of the Constitution was reproduced without the words “secular” and “socialist” There is a febrile atmosphere in the country about secularism with some members of the Sangh Parivar misbehaving Prime Minister Narendra Modi did well therefore while celebrating the elevation to sainthood by the Pope of two Catholics to reaffirm his and his government’s commitment to secularism His eloquence was heartfelt as one could see Of course eternal vigilance will have to be exercised by all to guard that basic value The Constitution affirms secularism regardless of the inclusion of that word in the Preamble After all Jawaharlal Nehru never found it necessary to include it in the Preamble nor did the Constituent Assembly insist It was during the particularly sordid episode of fascist dictatorship under Emergency that the words secular and socialist were added Secularism is clearly surplus to requirement but harmless whether in or out of the Preamble But when did India officially become a socialist country One presumes it was during those months when the nation was not a democracy The 42nd Amendment still remains on the books No subsequent government has bothered to remove it; not even the BJP/NDA government of 1998-2004 The Constituent Assembly discussed the issue of declaring India as a socialist country and rejected it At the Awadi session of the Congress the resolution adopted only spoke of a socialist pattern of society Nehru powerful as he was knew that he did not have the support of his party to declare socialism as a goal It was only after the Congress party was converted into a family firm that Indira Gandhi could impose her diktat without fear of a revolt How many of us are aware that the Election Commission requires every political party to affirm that it is socialist Every political party This is a totalitarian diktat Why can a party not be non-socialist Does it not violate the fundamental right of free speech Can one believe that there is no politically-minded group anywhere in India that has heard of the collapse of the Leninist socialist paradigm or of the horrible gulags in the USSR labour camps in China and the genocidal policies of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia all in the name of socialism How well has India done by socialism Look at Malaysia or South Korea both poorer than India in1950 and even in 1960 They are much richer than India because they avoided socialism Pakistan had as good a growth rate as India till 1997 India’s GDP growth rate picked up only when the Congress under temporary non-dynastic leadership launched market-friendly reforms Even so many PSUs continue to make losses Given a monopoly status some do make profit and are taken to be ratnas But no one asks whether the country could have done better by encouraging business from the very beginning rather than building up monopolies It costs the Indian exchequer one-third of its total tax revenue to pay interest on the debt which was incurred in financing these white elephants This means India spends 10 times as much on servicing debt as on health There is socialism for public sector employees civil servants and MPs Their health and housing and children’s education often their travel and food are all paid for by the taxpayer They are the gilded 5 per cent No wonder they love socialism It is the rest of India which pays for this culture This Lutyens socialism is too deeply embedded for any government to challenge It would require moving the national capital from Delhi and building a new capital where MPs can live in more affordable housing That is a distant dream The issue of the totalitarian requirement of declaring every party to be socialist is more urgent Even if there ever was a groundswell for socialism there is no doubt that it has ebbed The Congress has declined till it faces “ an existential crisis” as one of its senior members said The Left parties are about to lose their national status Stop the charade Remove the socialism amendment For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Published: May 13 2012 3:15 am Related News In Maharashtrathe drought is so bad that desperate people are fleeing to Mumbai in search of water They live under flyovers and have barely enough to eat but at least they do not have to wait 24 hours to get two pots of water In Punjabvast quantities of food grain rots in the open because for mysterious reasons our government can build missiles but not warehouses The rupee is sliding so badly that the Reserve Bank ordered exporters last week to help out by selling dollars Air India continues to consume vast amounts of taxpayers money uselessly Foreign investors are fleeing because of persecution from the Finance Minister and Indian investors are in the doldrums for similar reasons If you have not already got the pointlet me spell it out Our biggest political problem today is the economy Things are so bad that memories of those boom years have long faded It is hard to believe that in 2009 when the Sonia-Manmohan government began its second term in officeIndia was so much the flavor of international investors that nearly every major leader came visiting Barack ObamaNicolas SarkozyDavid Cameron and Dmitry Medvedev to mention only a few What happy times they were Andit looked for a moment as if India had finally broken its ancient tradition of making an unholy mess of the best opportunities How wrong optimists like me were Andhow right the gloomy ones who predicted that India would just stumble along as it always has taking one step forward and five steps backwards Since the election in 2009nearly every economic step has been backwards This is partly because Sonia Gandhi and her socialist advisors in the National Advisory Council have spent recklessly on welfare programmes without noticing that wealth must be created before it can be spent It is mostly because the Finance Minister has come up with retrogrademyopic taxes and policies but there are other people that must share the blame and it is time to name them At the top of my list is the Comptroller & Auditor General of India (CAG) who does not hesitate these days to interfere in policy Ever since his moment in the sun came with revelations of the alleged Rs 176000 crore telecom scamnot a week has gone by without this supposedly faceless bureaucrat going public with more allegations and advice Since he is not meant to make policyhis advice is often mystifying like when he attacked the Civil Aviation Minister for not doing enough to save our national carrier one year and then attacked him for buying too many new aeroplanes Last weeka new CAG report offered advice on how government should be running public sector companies Is this his job Andif it isshould he not be offering his advice to the government and not to the general public Perhaps it is just the seduction of those television cameras that gave him so many hours of prime time when A Raja was our favorite villain Whatever the reasonsit is time that CAG went back to being a faceless bureaucrat Sadly Sonia-Manmohan (2) has been such a weak government that everyone from Supreme Court judges to semi-literate yoga teachers think they have a right to interfere in policy matters NGOsdodgy crusaderssocial activists and retired police officers made such a clamour about corruption last year that it seemed sometimes as if corruption was a uniquely Indian phenomenon The din and the flag-waving frightened our already stagnant bureaucracy into a state of deeper stagnation Ask anyone who deals with the Government of India these days and they will tell you three words nothing is happening. the country’s newest franchise sports league. 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IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Parvez Rasool 3/70).Jammu & Kashmir: 183/5 in 69 overs (Ian Dev Singh Chauhan72) Mukund ton puts TNin commanding position Skipper Abhinav Mukund led from thefront with a patient century to help Tamil Nadu reach a strongposition on the second day of their Group A Ranji Trophy match against Uttar Pradesh At stumps Tamil Nadu were 360/7 in reply to UtaarPradesh’s first-innings score of 182 all out a lead of 178runs with three wickets remaining at the MA ChidambaramStadium Slow left-arm spinner Ali Murtaza was the most impressivebowler for Uttar Pradesh returning figures of 4/117 in 42 overs Pandey approaches ton in Karnataka’s strong reply Manish Pandey (92 not out) remainedon course for his 14th first class century as Karnataka cameup with a splendid batting effort against Madhya Pradesh byending the day two of their Ranji Trophy Group A contest at214 for three Karnataka bowled out for Madhya Pradesh for 303 allowingthe hosts to add only 33 runs to their overnight total 270 forseven as paceman Abhimanyu Mithun took all the remaining threewickets Brief Scores:Madhya Pradesh 1st innings: 303 all out in 992 overs(Aditya Shrivastava 91 Naman Ojha 54; Abhimanyu Mithun 4/66)? But her courage and fighting spirit brought her out of the mess as she gradually rose to become a successful banking professional and left Kolkata in the 90s.

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