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His 155 against Bangladesh was an example of what he could provide.He may find it hard to score freely under pressure at the start but once he gets himself in he could make up for it with his ability to score runs quickly So hecould just be the man to give an already strong batting line-up an added edge The role of a wicketkeeper in Test is a massive one Selector MSK Prasad had already made it clear that Saha’s glove work keeps him above Parthiv Patel in the pecking order A keeper has the closest view of the batsmen he can read what the batsmen is trying to do and help the captain in setting a strategy against him It is time now for Saha to assume a more pro-active role in aiding Kohli with his inputs Being a regular part of the Indian set-up the usually calm Saha could do with expressing a bit more authority especially against the Australians who never shy from displaying their aggression In modern times with technology influencing the game there have beenadditions to a keeper’s role The Decision Review System has had a huge impact on the game and more often than not it’s the wicketkeeper whose inputs are the most vital when opting for a review It can make or break a game Saha in this case needs to be more alert and when he is convinced about a decision he must voice his belief aggressively There were times when he seemed to have the right idea and knowledge of the situation but didn’t show enough conviction to force a review When Kohli got out after his double hundred Saha admitted that he had a feeling his captain was not out but Kohli decided against a review as he felt he was out The replays showed that had the Bengal player pushed Kohli to reconsider his decision like he did the first time Kohliwas adjudged LBW we could have seen a bigger score from the Indian captain These things will come naturally once Saha gains more confidence and his recent performances that includes a brilliant double hundred for Rest of India in the Irani trophy and an impressive ton against Bangladeshwould have helped the cause The Australia series could be the one where Saha finally steps out of his shell backs himself and expresses himself more freely He could become a vital cog in the Indian team and develop his own identity He’s done well to be a soundwicketkeeper on whom Kohli can count on with the bat butthe Australia series could be the one where he evolves into something more Written by Priyanka Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: November 5 2016 1:02 pm Pratyusha Banerjee and Kamya Punjabi became friends in Bigg Boss 7 Kamya has blamed Rahul Raj Singh for abetting the suicide of Pratyusha Top News The details of the last phone call between actor Pratyusha Banerjee and her boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh hinting that she was forced into prostitution might be shocking for her fans but for her close friend Kamya Punjabi these are the things she was well aware of from a long time The call’s transcript shows Pratyusha mentioning the word ‘prostitution’ and saying she did not come to Mumbai to “sell herself” “I didn’t come here to sell myself I came here to act Where are you putting me today Rahul you have no idea how bad I am feeling right now” Pratyusha can be heard telling this to Rahul during the call Also read |Pratyusha Banerjee’s last words to Rahul Raj Singh: I didn’t come here to sell myself I came here toact Reacting to the conversation and the latest set of revelations in the Pratyusha Banerjee suicide case actor Kamya told indianexpresscom “This is nothing new for me These are the things I have been saying and screaming about since day one Police took so long to prove that I am the witness and there are a lot of other people who have given statement earlier… I am not shocked I am little relieved that the truth is coming out I hope and pray that police take appropriate action so that henceforth no boyfriend would try to take advantage of his girlfriend” Pratyusha who shot to fame after playing Anandi in Balika Vadhu was found dead at her residence on April 1 in what appeared to be a suicide Ever since her demise Kamya has maintained that the actor was in an unhappy relationship with boyfriend Rahul The last call details between Pratyusha and Rahul have made some startling revelations about their relationship and Pratyusha’s parents too While Kamya said she cannot directly comment on whether Rahul forced her friend into prostitution she is certain that Pratyusha “was scared and unhappy” The call also reveals that Pratyusha had tiffs with her parents with the actor claiming they used to abuse her Kamya however disagreed that there were problems between Pratyusha and her family Also read |Pratyusha Banerjee’s parents to demand re-investigation “Small tiffs keep happening between parents and kids but that doesn’t mean you hate your parents or you don’t get along with them” she said Kamya and Pratyusha became friends after appearing on the seventh season of celebrity reality show Bigg Boss in 2013 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 25 2015 3:00 pm Rapper Pitbull is executive producing a drama series called “305” for Fox (Source: Reuters) Related News Rapper Pitbull is executive producing a drama series called “305” for Fox The one-hour drama follows Willy who is forced to leave his high school to go live with his celebrity chef uncle and attend Miami’s wealthiest private school He attempts to acclimate himself to his new surroundings while dealing with relationships family drama work and the problems that more money brings reported Variety Share This Article Related Article Jonathan Levine who directed the 2013 romantic-zombie comedy “Warm Bodies” will helm the project written by Sascha Penn of “Power” fame Pitbull 34 is Miami’s unofficial pop music ambassador known by the moniker “Mr 305” the city’s area code The “I Know You Want Me” hitmaker is also set to guest star on the 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There is no anti-defection law in the state that prevents them from holding the position of elected members of PMC, said State Election Commissioner Dharam Veer For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 8 2013 2:13 am Related News All the boys at our school scored first division marksmost of them in the range of 70 to 80 per cent?stating that on June 29, no-nonsense chief minister. All warring members of the family have repeatedly said that any solution suggested by Mulayam Singh Yadav will be acceptable to them.They had consumed food at some place outside the hotel and were taken ill, he added 125 children fall ill after eating prasaad Mahoba:About 125 children were taken ill on Saturday after consuming prasaad during Navratri festivities at a temple in Budera village in the district The children in the age group of 13 to 15 years complained of nausea and vomiting after consuming the prasadpolice sources said A Primary Health Centre (PHC) team rushed to the village soon after the incidentsome of the children were also taken to the PHCthey saidadding that all children were reported to be out of danger now For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 10 2017 6:19 pm Oliver Giroud scored the goal against Crystal Palace (AP Photo) Top News Olivier Giroud’s scorpion kick strike for Arsenal against Crystal Palace last season was shortlisted for FIFA’s goal of the year award on Monday alongside efforts from Venezuelan teenager Deyna Castellanos and goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke Giroud scored with an improvised volley in the Premier League match on Jan 1 producing an acrobatic flick with his left heel to convert Alexis Sanchez’s cross into the net off the crossbar while tumbling forward Arsenal won the match 2-0 and Giroud who admitted afterwards that he had a bit of luck with his connection said it was the best goal he had ever scored The 31-year-old is the seventh Frenchman to be nominated for the award but the first to make the final shortlist of three world soccer’s governing body said on its website (wwwfifacom) Castellanos is the second Venezuelan woman in successive years to make the final three and was nominated for her strike from the halfway line against Cameroon at the U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan last year The 18-year-old follows in the footsteps of compatriot Daniuska Rodriguez whose goal made the final three for last year’s award but lost out to Malaysian Mohd Faiz Subri’s spectacular 35-metre swerving free-kick South Africa’s Masuluke is the first goalkeeper as well as the first player from Africa to make it to the final three for his last minute bicycle-kick equaliser for Baroka FC against Orlando Pirates last year The winner of the award named after the late Hungary captain Ferenc Puskas will be decided by the public and announced at FIFA’s annual player of the year ceremony in London on Oct 23 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: September 20 2014 2:46 am Related News The headlines about military tensions on the disputed northern border casting a shadow over President Xi Jinping’s just concluded visit to India might have got the essence of the story rather wrong What’s new is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s deliberate choice to expand economic engagement with China while asking the Indian military to respond vigorously to the PLA incursions and pressing Xi publicly for an early resolution of the boundary dispute Until recently official India’s formal rhetoric soared high on slogans of Asian solidarity and the building of a non-Western global order But Delhi’s multiple problems with Beijing including the boundary dispute and China’s relationship with India’s neighbours prevented the pursuit of practical cooperation with Beijing in a wide range of areas Modi may be taking India out of this self-defeating approach to China marked by public bonhomie and private resentment By simultaneously signalling toughness on the border and opening up the Indian economy to greater Chinese participation he is trying to construct a new template for Delhi’s Beijing policy Most of the agreements signed during Xi’s visit relate to commercial cooperation and reflect Modi’s recognition that China is integral to India’s economic growth These range from the establishment of two Chinese industrial parks in India to addressing the massive trade imbalance currently in favour of Beijing India has also sought Chinese expertise in the modernisation of the Indian Railways and the improvement of decrepit urban infrastructure through sister city arrangements like the one between Mumbai and Shanghai Delhi’s conservative security establishment however may have prevented Modi from initiating bolder moves like opening the Sikkim border for regular bilateral trade liberalising the visa regime and showing greater enthusiasm for Xi’s Silk Road initiatives If Modi has opened the door for a more pragmatic economic engagement with Beijing he faces a much bigger challenge than his predecessors in addressing China’s assertiveness on the disputed border and in the emerging contest for influence in South Asia With China’s GDP now four times larger than that of India its political leadership supremely self-assured and a powerful PLA willing to take more risks on the border Modi has his task cut out on the security front His emphasis on modernising India’s armed forces and upgrading its defence-industrial base must be seen in this context Meanwhile President Pranab Mukherjee’s recent visit to Vietnam and the PM’s trip to Japan earlier this month underline Modi’s quest for solid security partnerships in Asia to balance China’s rising power As India’s relationship with China enters a more dynamic phase the recent past may no longer be a guide to the future For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 13 2014 12:27 am Related News Reforms are sometimes about getting the timing right Thus diesel decontrol was an easy decision given the steep slide in global crude prices But this isn’t the case with the goods and services tax (GST) where the Centre is still struggling to get the states on board For the states the sole concern seems to be revenues — which again has to do mainly with timing The previous government erred in not rolling out the GST when economic growth as well as revenue collections of the states were buoyant The ongoing economic slowdown has led to a renewed fiscal crisis for most states They are hence reluctant to implement the GST without adequate guarantees of being compensated for any revenue losses arising from the switchover to the new indirect tax regime The Centre on its part has not really gone beyond giving general assurances The GST aims at replacing a system where the Centre and the states levy a plethora of taxes at varying rates creating barriers to the free movement of goods and services within the country Compare this to the EU where 28 independent nations could come together to forge a single market through a uniform system of levies The GST will subsume multiple levies under one Central and one state-level tax Further it is to be imposed on the value-added principle with producers at each stage of the value chain claiming credit for taxes paid on their inputs This will do away with any cascading of taxes But for that no product or levy should be exempted from the GST The demand by the states to keep out petroleum products or entry tax/ octroi is preposterous: The inability to set off tax on say diesel consumed in producing a good against tax paid on the latter undermines the very idea of a value-added tax The only way out of this imbroglio is for the Centre to come out with a clear and transparent formula for estimating revenue losses and compensation thereof While the states may be unreasonable in asking that such provisions be incorporated in the Constitution amendment bill paving the way for the GST the Centre could be more specific and generous if only to ensure the passage of this much-delayed reform The GST will ultimately result in greater revenue buoyancy by boosting all-round economic activity But it may not be easy to convince the states of that today For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: March 2 2017 1:25 am Pavana river has been affected by industrial pollution in Pimpri-Chinchwad Top News THE Supreme Court’s order directing action against industrial units without effluent treatment plants has given the 1457 industrial units in Pimpri-Chinchwad just three months to get their act together If these industries are not able to set up effluent treatment plants by that time they will end up losing their electricity connections as per the directive of the apex court Watch What Else is Making News The Supreme Court had given these directions last month while hearing a PIL filed by an environment NGO The court had asked state pollution control boards to work in tandem with electricity distribution companies (discoms) to implement its orders In case the state pollution control boards give a negative report the discoms will severe the electricity connection of the defaulting units Pune district has three operational common effluent treatment plants (CEPTs) catering to the industrial units of Kurkhumb Talegaon and Ranjangaon The combined effluent generated by industrial units in these areas are treated in the CEPTs The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) keeps a close watch on the functioning of these CEPTs with regular monitoring of the inlet and outlet water quality However the lack of a CEPT in Pimpri-Chinchwad has made the deadline tougher for local industries which generate 14868 million litres per day (MLD) sewage in the region Based on their functioning the MPCB has classified 183 units as red (highly-polluting) 291 units as orange (medium-polluting) and 983 units as green (non-polluting) units The units classified as red and orange are going to face action if they are not able to adhere to the apex court’s timeline Industrial pollution has always been a major issue in Pimpri-Chinchwad with reports about the death of large shoals of fish in Pavana river surfacing regularly from the region Last year the MPCB had issued 57 notices to polluting units and legal action had also been initiated against some of them Until now the lack of a CEPT in Pimpri-Chinchwad has hampered the process of finding an effective solution Sandeep Belasare president of the Pimpri -Chinchwad Small Scale Industries Association blamed the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) for the absence of a CEPT in the area Belasare said back in 2013 a special purpose vehicle (SPV) was formed to study the problem and it had finalised the plans for a CETP at Gawali Matha near Bhosari “The SPV had representatives of the PCMC MPCB and the MIDC The area was reserved but the civic body failed to do anything in the last four years” he said Industries in the region are now facing an uncertain future due to the failure of the civic bodies said Belasare “Three months is too short a time for any CETP to be constructed The PCMC is completely to be blamed for this” he said Anant Sardeshmukh director-general of the Maharatta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) said in a bid to find a solution the industrial body had mediated between the PCMC and the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) “The area in question has logistical problems as it does not have a centralised drainage system for the collection of effluents A suggestion was made about collecting the effluent in tankers but it was not practically feasible” he said Sardeshmukh said the civic body was the right agency to work out a revenue system for a CEPT as it would have the necessary mechanism to do so The PCMC has forwarded the final detailed project report (DPR) to the state government said sources For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top Newss messes,formerly with the BJP, There has been no drama.26, Neelan said,and closely watch the survivors?