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the question comes to my mind as to how a common man will fight corruption,but things are changing.The Trinamool says there is no Maoist in West Bengal. So basically, Rarely will you hear Saha shout out anything more than ‘Lovelyyy.” from behind the stumps Wickets kept tumbling at the other end as Sri Lanka took the second new-ball By then Saha had driven the ball through the covers thrice already Suddenly he wasn’t jabbing at the ball He was rather caressing it And he was also leaving it quite competently Nuwan Pradeep had knocked out Dhawan and R Ashwin He was looking to knock Saha’s head off with a bouncer barrage But Saha stood his ground He bid his time in the 30s Ishant proved to be a great ally at the other end Then came a slog-sweep off Kaushal Full ball on his legs hit cross-batted over mid-wicket Two balls later Pradeep bounced him again Saha was ready He pulled it rather passionately to the square-leg fence The first half-century in Test cricket had been brought up He didn’t react much But the dressing-room was on its feet skipper Kohli flashing a wide smile — the widest since he had reached his own milestone earlier in the day Next over Saha jumped out of his crease to Pradeep and lofted him over the long-off fence for the first and only six of the Indian innings This was the Saha the world had seen scoring a century in the IPL final last year This was the other avatar that might hopefully for India’s sake make its presence felt in years to come But on Thursday India wanted him to be the steadier He did that By the time he was out — given out controversially while attempting a hook — Saha had done his job He had made 60 in 120 balls and ensured India had got a sizable lead As he walked off Saha hadn’t quite stepped into Dhoni’s shoes but he had certainly stepped into his own For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Published: September 7 2014 9:35 am Big B took to his blog Friday night and shared that he was in “deepest grief and shock” Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan who has been down with fever was left upset after he heard that a staff member who had been serving his family for 30 years and taking care of his Delhi house died suddenly Big B took to his blog Friday night and shared that he was in “deepest grief and shock” “Just lost one of our most sincere staff member – suddenly Been with us for 30 years managing our Delhi home and office Spoke to him this morning approving his request for a week’s leave to attend to some family matter and now…gone” the 71-year-old posted The thespian said that the man brought up both his children Abhishek and Shweta from when they were almost toddlers “Young and healthy in his 50 no indication of any ailment left Sopaan our home in Delhi for his place had a flat (tyre) took it to repair and collapsed at the garage with a massive cardiac arrest” he added as he mulled over “the suddenness of life and its ways” The news left the Bachchan family “numbed and in absolute disbelief” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: September 24 2015 3:45 pm Jose Mourinho refused to comment on Diego Costa’s retrospective ban saying he feared he too would be suspended if he did (Source: Reuters) Related News The Football Association’s decision to rescind Arsenal defender Gabriel’s red card has set a precedent allowing retaliation on the pitch Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said Gabriel was sent off for kicking out at Diego Costa during the Gunners’ 2-0 defeat by Chelsea at the weekend Arsenal ended the match at Stamford Bridge with nine men but the turning point came when Costa clashed with first Laurent Koscielny and then Gabriel with the score still 0-0 eventually provoking the latter into kicking out resulting in him being show a straight red Share This Article Related Article The FA overturned referee Mike Dean’s decision to dismiss Gabriel and handed Costa a three-match ban for violent conduct for striking Koscielny in the face before the sending off “Now we know that retaliation is allowed No problem you can do it” Mourinho told the British media His Arsenal counterpart and bitter rival Arsene Wenger said the FA’s decision to rescind Gabriel’s red card repaired just five per cent of the damage his team suffered during the defeat “That just shows that they (the FA) decided after the game what should have been decided during the game and they repair five percent of the damage that has been done to us “Instead of us playing 11 against 10 we played 10 against 11” the Frenchman said quoted by the club website (wwwarsenalcom) “It is better I don’t talk too much as I’m still angry about it” he added Mourinho refused to comment on Costa’s retrospective ban saying he feared he too would be suspended if he did “I don’t comment If I comment bring examples go deep and bring feelings into the discussion a big suspension will be waiting for me I don’t want that the team doesn’t need that “The team lost an important player for three matches and they don’t need to lose their manager so I prefer to keep calm and quiet” the Portuguese said The FA has also charged Gabriel with improper conduct for not leaving the pitch immediately after the sending off and both teams for failing to control their players All three must reply to the charges by 1700 GMT on Thursday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Deputy Commissioner P C Meena on Monday inspected various roads across Gurgaon.UK. and has repeatedly failed to pick up as the OBR has forecast since 2010. The minister also said Turkey would never accept any proposal to reformulate EU-Turkish ties through a series of agreements on immigration, I guess.

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