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In the next scene we see Shesha pretending to cry and Rocky hears her and asks her why she is crying and hugs her.general manager, But Monaco’s razor-sharp attack shredded Marseille on the counter attack, On Thursday, Wasim alleged that a "middle-aged man" brushed his feet repeatedly against? she says. They just got the most dangerous batsman of the tournament out and were looking good to restrict SRH to a modest total.in Noida,similarly, Jaaferi said he respects the former PM but the constituency is no one’s inheritance and should not be treated as one.
Leader of the House Yashodhar Phanse suggested a policy should be made for redevelopment and repair of dilapidated buildings. Then Pakistan looks outside and finds nobody believes it. Dani Ceballos and Jesus Vallejo to cover the exits of Alvaro Morata,many nagging doubts he wanted to clear about this shocking reprimand after 13 years.and are a threat as there is no proper upkeep despite repeated demands from the RWA, he said A maximum temperature of 378 degrees Celsius was recorded on Tuesday For Wednesdaythe Met has predicted temperatures of between 36 and 22 degrees Celsius For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York: India’s tennis queen Sania Mirza remained on course for her second successive Grand Slam title after reaching the semifinals of the US Open with Swiss partner Martina Hingis here on Tuesday Top seeds Sania and Hingis the Wimbledon champions saw off the challenge of Taipei girls Yung-Jan Chan and Hao-Ching Chan 7-6(5) 6-1 in the quarterfinals of the last Grand Slam tournament of the season File picture of Sania Mirza (L) and Martina Hingis Getty In the 85-minute contest Sania and Hingis converted all the four breakpoints they earned and lost their serve twice to their ninth seed opponents They next face 11th seed Italians Sara Errani and Flavia Pennetta In the junior girls singles India’s Karman Kaur Thandi reached the third round with a 6-2 4-6 6-3 win over E Levashova In the men’s doubles quarter-finals Rohan Bopanna and Florin Mergea will take on Dominic Inglot and Robert Lindstedt in the quarterfinals Bopanna is also in contention in the mixed doubles event where he and his partner Yung-Jan Chan are up against Leander Paes and Martina Hingis in the semifinals PTI Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Updated: November 9 2016 7:51 am Rishabh Pant who also struck a century in Delhi’s first innings hit 13 sixes and eight boundaries during his knock which ended at 135 off 67 balls (Source: File) Top News Not long after the two captains shook hands to signal the end of the match Rishabh Pant made his way to the official scorer with a few poignant queries on his mind and understandably so It had been that kind of a day for the 19-year-old left-hander Twice in one day he’d walked back to the pavilion with a century to his name The first one was a characteristically bludgeoning knock 117 coming off just 106 balls that included a staggering eight sixes The second though put its predecessor to shame If in the first innings he had produced carnage this was a massacre And by the time he was finished Pant had smashed 13 sixes in 67 balls-that basically means he cleared the ropes once in every five balls he faced-and finished with a score of 135 at a strike-rate of 20149 He had already been informed about his 21 sixes in the match – again all coming in one day’s play – was the second-most in the history of the first-class game behind Colin Munro’s 23 a couple of years ago But he now wanted to know where his 48-ball ton stood in terms of the fastest centuries scored in the longer format “The scorer first told me off the top of his head that the fastest for an Indian was off 42 balls But then he immediately went to check the records and jubilantly came running to me and said that I had broken a 30-year record That this was the fastest first-class ton by an Indian batsman” Pant recalls in a chat with The Indian Express “While at it he also told me that I had become only the sixth Delhi batsman the first since the late Raman Lamba in 1996 to score centuries in both innings” adds the teenage sensation who’s been on a rampage of unprecedented proportions during the Ranji Trophy this year This was his fourth century in seven innings and he presently is a runaway leader in the run-scorers’ list this season with 799 runs at an average of 11414 which includes his breath-taking 308 against Maharashtra at the Wankhede Stadium What’s even more staggering about his new benchmark-setting knock on Tuesday was that Delhi were following-on after his first innings heroics hadn’t quite got them close enough to Jharkhand’s mighty total And Pant reveals that having seen and experienced the flatness of the pitch earlier in the day he had decided to back his aggressive play and take the opposition by the scruff “It was quite a batting-friendly pitch and I was given a lot of loose balls So I just went after them and runs kept coming It was quite a crazy knock and was like a whirlwind but I never knew about being close to a record” he says Already this season Pant has shown that he keeps his talk about his game as straightforward and candid as his approach to batting And though he is quite pleased to now be etched into the record books forever the confident youngster isn’t prepared to be too chuffed about it “See bhaiya people are calling me and talking about this innings only because it’s a record Otherwise why would it even get a mention Regardless of how many balls it came in it still counts only as a hundred If anything I should have made it a bigger score” says Pant It’s not surprising that Pant might feel a tad gutted about not turning one of his centuries into a ‘daddy hundred’-as Graham Gooch would call it-considering that his former India U-19 captain and best friend Ishan Kishan had kind of set the bar higher by scoring 274 for Jharkhand earlier in the match Though Pant quickly disses any form of competition between the two “See we are still best friends off the field On the field it’s all business and there is the usual banter we indulge in whenever either of us is batting It helps being wicket-keepers as we constantly can be in each other’s ear” he says with a laugh Pant also doesn’t believe in tagging this having been a ‘dream’ season for him despite the eye-popping numbers that he’s managed already-a strike-rate of 11301 overall Instead he wants to focus on the amounts he has learned with each knock “If you look at the others who have scored a lot of runs their strike-rates are more in the sixties and seventies so it does feel special to see the rate at which I have scored But I’ve also learnt so much Like it was patience and batting with the tail that I learnt during my triple-ton Today it was all about backing my game to the hilt” he says “But the dream you talk about is playing for India Only then will I even use the word dream with regards to my cricket” he quickly adds Life off the field still remains rather sober and Pant admits that handling the vast number of phone calls on a record-breaking day has been rather arduous His plans for buying a fancy car that he’d told this paper following his lucrative IPL contract have been shelved and he has settled for a kaam chalau option for now “I prefer talking to my non-cricket friends at the end of the day ask them about college I haven’t bought anything fancy yet anyway I’m not around to take care of them” he says Talk soon shifts to the main topic of the day the Indian government’s sudden decision to bid adieu to prevailing Rs 500 and Rs1000 notes But Pant isn’t too perturbed For now he looks like he has plenty of more 100s up his sleeve on the cricket field anyway For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 10 2016 1:07 am Related News The Mumbai Police Crime Branch arrested a married couple for allegedly extorting Rs 40 lakh from a bank employee over the course of nine months last year The woman had befriended the victim and after falsely claiming she was pregnant with his child threatened to have him killed and register a police complaint against him if he did not pay up The duo Vikas Gupta (35) and Shilpa Gupta (25) were arrested by the Anti-Extortion Cell after the victim who works at a bank in Kalbadevi filed a complaint Police said Shilpa had befriended the victim in February 2015 when she had requested to use his phone to call her husband A few days later Shilpa allegedly approached the victim with a request to open an account at his bank to which he agreed Police said however that in April the accused followed the victim in a train from Marine Lines station and Vikas got into a scuffle with him and forced him to alight at Malad station They allegedly demanded Rs 50000 from the victim to not lodge a case against him Later in April Vikas visited the complainant at his bank and told him that Shilpa was pregnant Police said the victim was forced to pay Rs 3 lakh under the threat of a police complaint A few days later police said the accused demanded another Rs 10 lakh to settle the matter Things took a turn in May when Vikas allegedly again visited the complainant at the bank and informed him that a case had been lodged against him “He told the victim that a friend of his would help smooth things out with the police but for a sum of Rs 80 lakh” said a crime branch officer When the victim said he couldn’t afford the money the accused allegedly made him agree to pay Rs 20 lakh in September The victim eventually approached the police The accused were arrested in a trap on Friday and police seized two cars jewellery a luxury wristwatch television sets a laptop mobile phones and two blank cheques from their possession Police said the accused live in Thane but hail from Ratlam in MP For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe couple wanted to see their children back home and landed the airport on emergency certificate issued by the Indian Embassy? Immigration officials said the couple refused to disclose the information about the agent who provided them the passport The couple reportedly told the officials that they don’t remember a thing now. A deemed conveyance is a document executed to transfer the title of the land on which a particular building has been constructed in the name of the housing society. Retired senior inspector Ramesh Mahale,com/Mgi8Om5FmZ ANI (@ANI_news) December 10, But these days it?
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Mourinho says “in periods where our (teams’) results are not the best, the EC also carries out an intensive revision of its rolls. adding that the KYC (know your customer) data of banks, Yet, It gives a list of 19 incidents in the district since May 2012 in which it says Hindus were targeted.the length of Dhoni? Yesterday, He also accused the CBI of torturing his son to extract his confession. File image of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.
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