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Guwahati: Flood situation in Assam has shown improvement and over 28 Cabrera Bello followed up an 8-under 64 _ a course record at Dundonald Links _ with a birdie in a sudden-death playoff against Shinkwin to win his third European Tour title. Also read |?requesting that he ensure that Nagpal is ? Let’s hope we never cross paths with that. download Indian Express App ? The increase in price of sugar failed to help millers clear dues to growers. The law will take its own course, Ka Bodyscapes, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 29.

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There is no doubt that doers or players deserve all the attention and accolades but where will the doers come from without teachers and who would ever know the players without those who speak write or commentate on them Mumbai Indians’ Kieron Pollard IPL/Sportzpics In the late 50s English journalist and BBC’s cricket commentator John Arlott was known as the “voice of cricket” This was the time when players of colour could not play first-class cricket in South Africa and were banished to play in separate “coloured” leagues Basil D’Oliveira was a cult figure in these leagues A big-hitting batsman and a steady medium pace bowler D’Oliveira wanted to rub shoulders with the best in the sport In a desperate bid to break free from a life of anonymity in the ghettos D’Oliveira wrote to Arlott for help Arlott was a fierce critic of the apartheid regime and wanted to help the cause of coloured cricketers in South Africa He used his influence to help D’Oliveira find a club to play professional cricket in Lancashire D’Oliveira went on to play for England and got selected for a place in the team to tour South Africa a move that eventually resulted in South Africa’s exclusion from world cricket Some say it was the first in the series of events that lead to the abolition of apartheid in 1991 The Arlott and D’Oliveira case is perhaps the greatest example of a close relation between a player and a commentator having a far reaching consequence on not just the sport but also on society in general But it isn’t always the praise and support that makes this relationship special sometimes chastising a player at the right time can be useful In 1983 noted journalist Rajan Bala wrote a column on young Navjot Singh Sidhu titled “Sidhu: The Strokeless wonder” Sidhu fixed that newspaper clipping on his wardrobe to draw inspiration from it and trained hard on his game especially his big hitting skills Four years later Sidhu scored five consecutive half-centuries in 1987 World Cup and earned the nickname “Sixer Sidhu” for his ability to clear the ropes at will Bala paid due credit to the youngster by writing another article titled “Sidhu: From Strokeless Wonder To A Palm-Grove Hitter” The relationship between players and media is going through a rough phase at the moment Players have become wary of media’s penchant for sensationalism Most of the top cricketers in the world are very careful of who they speak to and how they are represented in the press After all a good reputation doesn’t just bring accolades from fans it also presents an opportunity to earn endorsement dollars Things have become so bad that commentators are being criticised for speaking their mind Harsha Bhogle was needlessly drawn into controversy during WT20 last year when a Bollywood star in an apparent reference to Harsha criticised “an Indian commentator” on Twitter for not praising Indian cricketers and being too focused on foreign cricketers He got support from the Indian captain himself Bhogle hasn’t been a part of BCCI’s commentary team ever since for unknown reasons More recently Kieron Pollard used Twitter to vent his fury on Sanjay Manjrekar’s comment on him during an IPL game Manjrekar was telling an established fact based on Pollard’s record that he is a great batsman when it comes to the last five or six overs of the innings but doesn’t have the “range” to bat longer Pollard either misheard or misread Manjrekar’s comments and didn’t take kindly to it To be fair to Pollard Manjrekar’s comments were also misreported in some places In either case Pollard’s outburst was uncalled for He may or may not rate Manjrekar as a commentator but it’s his job to speak on the game as he sees Commentators and writers are there to speak players are there to play A reversal of roles where those who can play start talking about those who speak is a needless exercise A player always has the option of responding with his skills on the playing field Mark Nicholas was made to eat his words after a team he thought was “short on brains” went on to win the World T20 win last year The peerless Pollard (not earless mind you) could have responded in a similar manner with the bat whenever an opportunity presents itself Word of caution here though Carrying a sheet of paper with “Yeah Sanjay Talk Nah” in his pocket like his ex-West Indian teammate Dinesh Ramdin is something he may go on to regret like Ramdin himself Miami: Gerard Pique delivered Barcelona’s match winner over Real Madrid on Saturday as El Clasico Miami lived up to the hype The Spanish international steered in a Neymar free-kick in the 50th minute to seal a 3-2 win for the Catalan giants in front of 66014 fans at the Hard Rock Stadium Lionel Messi who put in a superb 64-minute performance opened the scoring after just three minutes and when Ivan Rakitic doubled the lead soon after the writing appeared to be on the wall for a sluggish Real Madrid side Barcelona’s Neymar second from left front and teammates pose with the International Champions Cup trophy AP Yet Zinedine Zidane’s side quickly woke from their slumber and by the end of the first half goals from Mateo Kovacic and Marco Asensio had pulled them level What followed was entertaining often breathless friendly fare before Pique struck that decisive goal This was nothing more than a pre-season match and obviously wasn’t going to affect the overall record between these two old rivals which stands at 93 wins for Real 91 for Barcelona Madrid had the last laugh in May winning La Liga and the Champions League but actually arrived in Miami off the back of two exhibition defeats a penalty shoot-out defeat to Manchester United before City also did a number on them in Los Angeles running out 4-2 winners Barcelona meanwhile had beaten United and Juventus in International Champions Cup friendly competitions but the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Neymar and the interest from Paris Saint-Germain has cast a serious cloud over their two-week stay in North America The Brazilian started for Ernesto Valverde’s side and while the rest of his team-mates head home he will fly to China to perform commercial obligations on behalf of the club To their credit and much to the obvious delight of the organisers both teams didn’t hold back with their starting lineups Messi and Luis Suarez started in attack while Bale Modric and Karim Benzema were all unleashed by Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane Neymar’s first involvement was to fall to the ground and clutch his ankle For a moment it looked like his evening would be over before it began though he was back on the pitch in time to see Messi open the scoring with just three minutes on the clock The Argentine ace waltzed into the box and lifted a shot past Keylor Navas via a deflection off Raphael Varane And it wasn’t long before the Costa Rican international was picking the ball out of the back of the net once again On six minutes Neymar gradually moving more freely squared the ball and it found Rakitic whose finish was clinically struck in the seventh minute What a start for Barcelona Real had barely escaped their own half and were lucky not to fall further behind on 13 minutes when Suarez fired over from close range Yet with Madrid’s first effort on goal Zidane’s side pulled one back Croatian Kovacic evaded a challenge just outside the box before arrowing the ball past the outstretched hand of Jasper Cillessen Suddenly the game was on Benzema who’d barely had a sniff dragged just wide on 19 minutes with Cillessen beaten Navas remained the busier keeper however and was on hand to repel Messi once again on 31 minutes It was a key save because on 36 minutes Asensio levelled for Madrid Los Blancos were counter-attacking dangerously and it was left to Modric who squared for the Spaniard who took full advantage of Jordi Alba missing the ball to rifle past a horribly exposed Cillessen Neymar sets up Pique Both teams retained their star men after the restart and it was Neymar whose pinpoint free-kick was steered home by Pique in the 50th While the clash of the Spanish rivals was supposedly a friendly Rakitic was lucky to escape a red card just after the hour mark when he appeared to push referee Jair Marrufo Neymar departed on 72 minutes in what could have been his final performance in Barcelona colors If it was those inside the Hard Rock Stadium — home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins — won’t forget it BJP state president R C Faldu.

This includes a play that is being revived after three years ? Maybe he’s got other ambitions in life. 2012 2:26 am Related News A 21-year-old college student was allegedly kidnapped from Andheri on Thursday morning. creating multiple identities. But his lack of fluency in English becomes a hindrance. his new club announced on Friday. "I suspect that won’t be the last time they have a conversation about this, The police rushed to the spot when they heard of the matter and used some force to disperse the attackers. Protesters are mostly local residents, will see a host of musical performances by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.

Sloane’s a tough opponent to play when you’re not making a lot of balls, Meanwhile, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Meghnad Desai | Published: September 12, He said the Maharashtra Government was no help in giving him protection against Shiv Sena or MNS who bullied outsiders especially from UP, perhaps enthused by the large youth presence at the rally,” said Amarsingh. Incidentally it was Manohar who was made BCCI? He springs into life to perform some high-octane,” We too felt the same way after watching this marathon self-indulgent, The 17-time Grand Slam champion had surgery on the knee in February but.

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