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2010 9:18 am Related News Massage therapy may help relieve symptoms of depression,Bombayla and Laxmirani hit perfect 10s in the second set to? 15:33(IST) Cricketnexts Baidurjo Bhose from Centurion: There you go.another brilliant catch at fine leg and this time it is AB de Villiers who catches Rohit to send him back for 47 off Rabada What a catch there diving forward That was a sensational catch the ones that he is known to take even in his sleep The South Africans are now 2 wickets away from winning this one as the clock reads 12:02 15:32(IST) OUT: South African players persisted with their plan and it finally resulted into a wicket For the last 4-5 overs the bowlers were bowling bouncers to Rohit and had a good fielder at long leg Finally Rohit fell for it and hit a Rabada delivery straight into the hands of De Villiers who took a great diving catch India lose their eighth wicket now 15:30(IST) Indian batsmen should learn from Shami as to how to play on such tracks against this quality pace attack The Indian pacer is simply playing according to the merit of the deliveries and is not panicking 15:24(IST) Partnership: Rohit Sharma hits two boudnaries off the bowling of Rabada and with that the 50-run stand comes up between Rohit and Shami Although it was kinda lucky on both the occasions as the ball almost got caught by the wicket-keeper 15:20(IST) Shami is providing able support to Rohit as the duo are putting on a strong stand to frustrate the hosts While Rohit is content with defending the ball and braving it out Shami is hitting the ball for boundaries whenever he can Faf Du Plessis is not looking like a happy man despite picking up seven India wickets 15:14(IST) Cricketnexts Baidurjo Bhose from Centurion: Shami surely showing some spirit here as he now has 24 runs on his name That is the second highest score in the innings behind Rohit The two looking to enjoy themselves in the middle and give the sparse crowd some entertainment Sad that the top order could not show some more fight 15:10(IST) Another excellent over from Morkel comes to an end as Shami somehow managed to survive that The ball missed the edge of Shami’s bat as many as three times in the over One run is what the two Indian batsman could muster from that Morkel over 15:06(IST) The partnership between Rohit and Shami is worth 34 now and India need 166 more to win the clash However more than anything they are just defying the inevitable at the moment South Africa need just three wickets and more than two sessions are left in the day for them to clinch it 15:02(IST) Chance: Ngidi sticks to the line outside the off stump and he once again produces an edge of Shami’s bat However the ball goes over the slip fielder for a boundary towards third man Good bowling from the debutant 15:00(IST) Rohit Sharma and Mohammed Shami seem to be delaying the inevitable as they are putting on a partnership right now India have already lost four wickets in the day (total 7) At the moment India’s score read: 115/7 and they need 172 more to win the match 14:52(IST) Cricketnext Editor Arnab Sen: Team India coach Ravi Shastri had said that the coming 18 months will decide the fate of this Indian team it seems the first fortnight itself has given that answer India’s batting is perhaps the weakest since the 1997 tour of South Africa Virat Kohli is to this team what Sachin Tendulkar was to India before the introduction of the likes of Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid to international cricket This team is blessed with a great bunch of bowlers but the batting is the weakest This is also the worst Indian team ever in terms of catching standards Beyond all the hyperbole this is another team that depends on flat wickets and spinners to win Test matches 14:50(IST) 100: Rohit is trying to hold the innings from one end as wickets keep falling on the other Rohit hits a four and a six off the bowling of Keshav Maharaj to help India cross the 100-run mark in the second innings Good positive play from Rohit 14:46(IST) Cricketnexts Baidurjo Bhose from Centurion: There goes Ashwin flaying outside the off stump just like in the first innings and Lungi has another one here as Quinton picks another catch Ashwin goes for 3 Can India last till lunch 14:45(IST) OUT: Another hammering in close now for Team India in South Africa as they lose their seventh wicket Ashwin departs for 3 as Ngidi picks his fourth wicket of the innings Ashwin edges the ball straight into the hands of de Kock India are crumbling like a pack of card now 14:36(IST) Cricketnexts Baidurjo Bhose from Centurion: What was Pandya thinking there Like seriously Is this how you try and bat on the fifth morning with 5 batsmen back in the hut Pokes at one way outside the off stump and Quinton picks up a smart catch as Lungi gets another one The score reads 83/6 as the umpires call for a drinks break Pandya is out for 6 14:36(IST) OUT: Indian have now lost their third wicket in the day as Ngidi gets rid of Pandya India have lost the sixth wicket now Another stupid shot from an Indian batsman and he pays for it with his wicket Pandyatried to hit the upper cut but ended up hitting the ball straight into the glouves of De Kock 14:32(IST) The partnership between Rohit and Pandya is worth 18 off 32 deliveries as of now The duo are trying their best to steady the Indian ship but the South African pacers are breathing fire at the moment 14:26(IST) Cricketnexts Baidurjo Bhose from Centurion: Pandya and Rohit looking to play out the session and be cautious in their approach Waiting for the bad balls here and finding the gaps in the field to get the scoreboard moving The Proteas need a wicket here to get into the lower order and tail This is the last recognised pair in the middle although Ashwin can bat 14:24(IST) Lungi Ngidi has been introduced into the attack for the first time today The debutant has bowled wonderfully well in this match and in the first innings he scalped the wicket of Parthiv Patel while in the second innings so far he has gotten rid of KL Rahul and Virat Kohli 14:20(IST) Four: Short and wide from Rabada and Rohit got the chance to flick the ball on the off side for his third boundary off the innings The ball raced away in between the slip fielder and gully for a four down third man Five runs came from the Rabada over as Keshav Maharaj comes onto bowl for the hosts 14:17(IST) India have their backs firmly against the wall at the moment and as things stand they don’t seem to be in any position to win the match The onus is now on Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya to pull off a miracle for the visitors Five runs coming off from that Philander over Lungi Ndidi celebrates with his teammates after picking up a wicket (AP Photo) Day 4 Review: The wicket prepared for the second Test between India and South Africa at the SuperSport Park is a study in contrast to the pitches dished out over the years But the variable bounce makes this one just as difficult to bat on as the venomous ones of the past And having already lost three wickets on the fourth evening – more importantly Virat Kohli is back in the hut – chasing 287 on this wicket will be no easy task on the fifth day as India look to win the Test and level the series At the end of the fourth day’s play the score read 35/3 with Cheteshwar Pujara (11) and Parthiv Patel (5) at the crease The visitors need another 252 to win this one with seven wickets in the bag It will be a crucial first hour for both teams on the fifth morning as they will look to grab early advantage and set the tone for the rest of the day Pujara will have to play out of his gut to take the Indians home in this one After bundling out South Africa for 258 in the second essay – thanks to Mohammed Shami (4/49) and Jasprit Bumrah (3/70) – India came out to bat with three and a half sessions to get the runs Despite starting on a cautious note India opener Murali Vijay was the first one to become a victim of the variable bounce on the fourth evening as one from Kagiso Rabada almost skid through to take the bottom edge of Vijay’s bat and crash into the leg stump The score read 11/1 as the sparse crowd at the SuperSport Park went berserk KL Rahul left soon after with the score on 16 as he almost gave catching practice to Keshav Maharaj off the bowling of Lungi Ngidi With Rahul (4) gone it was Virat Kohli’s turn to join Cheteshwar Pujara in the middle But the variable bounce did Kohli (5) in as well with Lungi picking his second one The DRS couldn’t save Kohli as that was plumb It couldn’t have been a better end to the day for the hosts than seeing the India skipper back in the hut Luckily for India Parthiv Patel took some blows and fought it out to ensure that no further damage was done Earlier it was two innings of complete contrast that helped South Africa reach 258 in their second essay While AB de Villiers hit a classy 80 off 121 balls with 10 boundaries during his 156 minute stay at the crease skipper Faf du Plessis showed his dead bat skills as he batted for 222 minutes played out 101 dot balls to finally score 48 off 141 balls with four hits to the boundary Du Plessis missed out on a well-deserved fifty when a slower one from Jasprit Bumrah gripped on the wicket and took the inner edge of the bat to land straight into the hands of the bowler Du Plessis though had two escapes on 6 and on 46 but then that takes nothing away from his determination to stay put in the middle even as he faced three quality spells of fast bowling The first one came from Shami the second one from Ishant Sharma and the third one from Bumrah Unfortunately for Ashwin even though he did bowl 293 overs he managed to pick only one wicket and gave away 78 runs Ishant was pretty impressive in the afternoon session as he finished with figures of 2/40 from his 17 overs The morning session was a perfect trailer to how the day would pan out as the first hour went to the South Africans and the second hour to India De Villiers and Dean Elgar started confidently and looked to stay positive in the morning as they kept building on the partnership that started with the score on 3/2 While de Villiers was happy to play some attacking shots Elgar waited for the bad balls to put away Having tried all his options Kohli finally turned to Shami and the man came up with a brilliant spell to remove de Villiers off the first ball of the spell then Elgar (61) caught by KL Rahul in the deep off a bouncer and then Quinton de Kock (12) after giving three edges in the same over Finally Parthiv Patel held onto one as Quinton walked back with the score on 163 While Parthiv has been a complete disaster behind the wicket what was surprising was Kohli’s decision to keep his best bowler on display in the first session – Shami – away from the bowling crease till the fag end of the session Follow all the live action from the second Test between India and South Africa at Centurion on our live blog at cricketnextcom South Africa Playing XI: Dean Elgar Aiden Markram Hashim Amla AB de Villiers Faf du Plessis(c) Quinton de Kock(w) Vernon Philander Keshav Maharaj Kagiso Rabada Lungisani Ngidi Morne Morkel India Playing XI: Murali Vijay Lokesh Rahul Cheteshwar Pujara Virat Kohli(c) Rohit Sharma Parthiv Patel(w) Hardik Pandya Ravichandran Ashwin Mohammed Shami Jasprit Bumrah Ishant Sharma 2nd testAB de VilliersCenturion TestCheteshwar PujaracricketcricketnextIndia vs South Africaindia vs south africa 2018India-South Africalive cricketLive Cricket Scorelive scorelungi ngidimorne morkelsa vs indsecond testSouth Africa vs India 2018virat kohliBeijing: Andy Murray beat Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets to win the China Open on Sunday as he closes in on Novak Djokovic’s number one ranking The world number two did not drop a set as he romped through the tournament to claim his fifth title of the year and 40th of his career with a 6-4 7-6 (7/2) win The Scot’s victory moves him 1000 points closer to long-reigning world number one Djokovic with the chance of taking the top spot by year-end and capping off a career-best season Andy Murray with the China Open trophy after defeating Grigor Dimitrov AP Murray broke Dimitrov’s serve in the opening game of the match putting the 15th-ranked Bulgarian on the defensive as he made 21 unforced errors in the opening set In the second both held their serve through the first four games until Murray broke Dimitrov at 3-2 It looked like the Scot would serve for the championship but Dimitrov — who beat Rafael Nadal en route to the final — won the next 11 points breaking Murray to love Pushed to a tiebreak the three-time Grand Slam champion immediately seized back control storming through the decider to claim his first title in the Chinese capital Dimitrov had received a free pass through the semi-finals after Canadian Milos Raonic pulled out with an ankle injury but was left overwhelmed by the Scot "I just didn’t feel that I had another gear" Dimitrov told reporters after the match "Andy’s fighting pretty much every single point You know you’re not going to get anything for free" With his 40th win Murray is the 16th player in the open era to win at least 40 titles and the fourth active player to accomplish the feat joining Djokovic Nadal and Roger Federer Written by Srishti Choudhary | Panchkula | Published: October 16 2015 8:17 am Related News The long delay in repairing power fault lines has added to the woes of residents already grappling with inflated bills owing to tariff hike There are frequent power breakdown each time any weather disturbance is reported in the city and hours spent in restoring the power While it only took a dust-storm to compel the Uttar Haryana Bijli Vittaran Nigam (UHBVN) officials to shut down the power supply in most of the sectors here on Thursday the residents point out the larger problem is the delay in repairing the fault lines “It is not once but has happened so many times before The power is affected with mild disturbance in weather and then it takes hours to repair them Even in other cases when we make complaints regarding electricity workers do not reach on time to repair it We are often told that there is inadequate staff but the issue has been ignored since long The complaints are piled up and people keep waiting” said Rakesh Aggarwal president Resident Welfare Association Share This Article Related Article The officials claimed that their staff strength is complete in terms of sanctioned posts However the sanctioned posts are inadequate to meet the present demands “Our staff is complete according to the sanctioned posts But the sanctioned strength is inadequate and has not been revised since decades The number of electricity connections have doubled in decades the consumers are increasing and so are the complaints But the number of employees has not been increased” said executive engineer (EXN) UHBVN Mukesh Chauhan The officials argue that with the present staff strength they cannot restore power at a rate expected by residents “Our JE and linemen will go to one power feeder at a time to restore power and there are 44 power feeders So it takes time There are not enough linemen as we require to ensure speedy restoration of power On Thursday we were able to restore by night” said S K Goel the sub-divisional officer sub-urban At present there are over 40000 power connections in the sub-urban division comprising Sectors 12345611121314 and 20 onwards while 32000 in the city division comprising Mansa Devi Complex (MDC) and other sectors The officials highlight that there is a recorded increase of 1500 power connections on an average each year adding to the workload At present there are around 44 power feeders in the town Each of the two sub-divisional officers (SDOs) in Panchkula one each for sub-urban division and city have around four junior engineers further assisted by linemen on ground duty with total strength of 84 including the office staff The issue of revising the strength of staff has been flagged several times in the past with Resident Welfare Associations submitting memorandums to higher officials but to no avail The problem persists For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: July 10 2016 3:44 am Top News In the last few seconds of his life as Devdas Mukherjee yearns for a glimpse of his lady love he is in a train Parvati or Paro meanwhile is unsettled perhaps connected telepathically to her Devdas Though the duo does not meet at the end in Sarat Chattopadhyay’s ‘Devdas’ (1917) Indian cinema has continued to embellish that climax scene in various ways never leaving out the sound of the train’s engine and whistle On the last day of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) Heritage Week hosted by the Central Railway on Friday noted film scholar Amrit Gangar’s short film ‘Devdastani Raildastan’ was shown in the event themed ‘Films and Railways’ Through a series of clippings comprising the final 20 minutes of four films based on the novel — Prathamesh Barua’s Devdas (1935) Bimal Roy’s Devdas (1955) Dilip Roy’s Devdas (Bengali 1979) and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Devdas (2002) — Gangar explained how symbolism in cinema through the medium of railways has been a permanent even as actors change Explaining how the steam engine has always resonated with the cinematic significance in movies Gangar said “Every part of the steam engine used in Devdas series corresponds with the theme of the film The steam engine assumes to be an important character just like other central characters in the film In a way these films had romanticised the railways then” Share This Article Related Article ‘Locomotion in Motion Pictures’ remained the essential theme of the discussion Talking on how the movement of Devdas’ and Paro’s characters in the last 15 minutes corresponded with the filmmakers’ train of thoughts Gangar added “Symbolism and temporality in the films were some of the added features brought in by the use of the steam engine The symbolism of Devdas’ physical deterioration to the pieces of coal thrown in the fire has been used in all the four films Also the factor of time is easily manipulated when Devdas switches from a rapidly moving train to a bullock-cart/horse-cart signifying the elongation of time taken by him to reach Paro” Gangar explained how there was a purposeful use of the steam engine to add to the drama in all the four films The use of whistle smoke coming out of the engine the station master’s bell at the platform were all indicators of dramatising the grief and sorrow of the plot “The railway engine has always fascinated filmmakers When carefully observed the train sound is aptly used to add to the ominous end of Devdas’ character in the film The interesting usage of whistle and train sound came as hints to understanding a pre-decided unfortunate end for the character of Devdas The ominous sound of the whistle resonates with the end of Devdas’ character” The central theme of the story in Devdas was also meant to indicate the social sluggishness of society Gangar said While Paro is not accepted by Devdas’ family Paro’s husband and family too retaliate in the end to stop her from meeting him “In Bimal Roy’s Devdas (1955) Dilip Kumar is shown remembering his promise to Paro sitting near the window of a train The train’s movement then in comparison to the steam engine’s movement indicated the sluggishness with which the society moved then” “The charm may not exist now” said Gangar hinting at a near-end of the use of steam engine “Even the old and weary condition of the compartment in which Devdas was seated added to the misery of the condition of his character With addition of cinematic effects and grandeur to each scene that subtlety and significance to convey meaning is fit to vanish” said Gangar [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOff-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin grabbed six wickets as India bowled out Sri Lanka for 183 but then stumbled briefly in reply in a rousing start to the first Test on Wednesday Twelve wickets fell on the opening day and India were themselves reduced to 28-2 before they recovered to post 128 without further loss by stumps at the Galle International Stadium Opener Shikhar Dhawan was unbeaten on 53 and skipper Virat Kohli was on 45 during a third-wicket stand of 100 leaving India just 56 runs away from the lead Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin bagged six wickets as India bowled out Sri Lanka for 183 by tea on the opening day of the first Test AFP Dhammika Prasad trapped Lokesh Rahul leg-before for seven and Rohit Sharma fell in similar fashion to Angelo Mathews for nine but Dhawan and Kohli stepped in to deny Sri Lanka further success Ashwin playing a Test match on Sri Lankan soil for the first time finished with six for 46 as the home team were bowled out in 494 overs after they won the toss and elected to bat Leg-spinner Amit Mishra one of the three spinners in the Indian team on an unusually dry pitch took two wickets off successive balls to hasten the end Mathews top-scored with 64 and Dinesh Chandimal led a charmed life to make 59 the pair sharing a valuable 79-run partnership for the sixth wicket after their team had collapsed to 60-5 before lunch Chandimal — lucky to survive a dropped catch by wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha off Ishant Sharma in the second over after lunch when he was on five — hit nine boundaries Mathews brought up his half-century with a six over long-on against veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh He also hit six fours Ishant struck the first blow in the morning session dominated by India when he forced Dimuth Karunaratne to fend a short ball to Ajinkya Rahane at first slip In the next over Kaushal Silva top-edged fast bowler Varun Aaron and Dhawan made amends for a dropped catch earlier in the innings by holding the skier at first slip Kumar Sangakkara playing the first of his last two Tests before retiring from international cricket walked in at 15-2 to the bursting of firecrackers and warm applause from some 1500 home fans But the left-hander the leading run-scorer in Tests among those still playing faced just 12 deliveries before falling in the first over after the drinks break for five Sangakkara punched the third ball from Ashwin straight to silly-point fielder Rahul who gleefully held on to the sharp chance Lahiru Thirimanne (13) appeared in fine touch while striking two boundaries before he became Ashwin’s second victim caught in the slips by Rahane to leave Sri Lanka tottering on 54-4 Ashwin gained another wicket before lunch when he deceived Jehan Mubarak (0) in the air and the batsman gave Rahul an easy catch at forward short-leg Mathews and Chandimal fought back after lunch but Ashwin ended the threatening stand by having the Sri Lankan captain caught superbly by a diving Rohit at forward short-leg for 64 Ashwin then trapped Dhammika Prasad leg-before for zero in his next over to claim his 11th five-wicket haul in 26 Tests Mishra removed Chandimal and Tharindu Kaushal off successive deliveries but last man Nuwan Pradeep denied the bowler a hat-trick AFP leading to a free-for-all in which nearly 20 persons were injured. 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