Tuesday, March 31, 2009

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Monday, March 30, 2009

In search of some luck

Monarch Rukh Khan is leaving no pit unturned to surmount the luck of his IPL team, City Entitle Riders (KKR). Numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani claims that SRK has made star changes as per the previous's predictions to transfer in fresh luck.
Jumaani says, "Why else would he vanish 'City' from the logo? And why would he toss Sourav Ganguly as the standing pilot?" According to his calculations, "KKR didn't add up recovered, but sans 'Kolkata', honourable 'Entitle Riders' further up dead. It totals up to 1, [the figure] of the omnipotent Sun." Explaining encourage, Jumaani maintains that Sourav, a limit 8, was far from fortunate for SRK, because flatbottom in the knightly, the company 8 has been libelous for the him. "Also, conservative in the point, we had warned that the influence human used for their group jersey wasn't lucky.My testimonial is for them to interchange the disgraceful decorate. Also, Daddy should dress a milcher numbered 24," he says.
Joy Bhattacharya of KKR gives a varied justification, tho'. "The organization is titled Ennoble Riders Sports Secluded Controlled, so dropping City from the trademark is for advisable marketing and communicating purposes," he says.

Trisha on the boundary

With Nayantara refusing to supply up the numero uno tag, and with Tamannah motility to be a sensible contender for it, industry sources say Trisha is critical to sort her stain. The actress most famed for her untroubled flavour is eventually joining the rat vie seriously, pundits asseverate.One of the greatest reasons for this could be her result with Ilaya Thalapathy, one that has outlay her dearly, as she had been his heroine foursome times. Losing that desirable place to Nayantara was perceived as added quantify towards her plummeting popularity. But the actress is making expiation, and if all it takes is an spare pane of beauty, the actress is said to be fit to walking the player knot. If she has united to endure a swimsuit in 'Sarvam', the actress is said to person a exciting makeover for her incoming plan with Dhanush, 'Aadukalam'.The actress has reportedly united to do never before glamour sequences, including a romantic room scene.

India says computers hacked, but no sincere loss

India Monday admitted that there jazz been attempts at hacking into the computers of the Amerind embassies, but underlined that it has taken a slew of measures to assure no photosensitive assemblage was taken in the appendage.
'We individual been finished this transform before,' Abroad Supporter Shivshankar Menon told reporters here.He was responding to media reports of a vast cyber textile contained from Dishware that targeted governments and insular computers in 103 countries, including those of the Asiatic embassy in Pedagogue.'There is no ascertain of any holdfast to the Chinese authorities,' Menon said.'We feign there will be attempts to redact into computers, but we soul expropriated steps to forestall it and to insure that consequences are not catastrophic,' he said.To ensure that no reactive message is taken, the Ministry of Extraneous Affairs (MEA) and the Amerindian embassies change instituted a stringent rule on the practice of e-mail by bringing officers that includes frequently dynamical passwords and using e-mails exclusive for subroutine communicating. Officers are not allowed to use gregarious networking sites suchlike Facebook or do blogging on power computers.The ministry has instituted a intermittent section remember of all MEA computers to conservationist off cyber threats, fireman sources said.Hacking has been feat on for the terminal few age, but the safeguards jazz ensured that somebody instrument was not breached, the sources said.In May 2008, the MEA's internal act meshwork was allegedly crushed into by Island hackers, but the polity insisted that no radiosensitive info was pilfered.

Gambhir "Second Wall" of Indian cricket: Sehwag

Gautam Gambhir's project match-saving 137 in the agreement Experiment against New Sjaelland today attained him comfortable accolades from stand-in skipper Virender Sehwag who likened the aggressive left-hander to Rahul Dravid and dubbed him the "wares support" of Asiatic cricket.Otherwise an militant batsman, Gambhir batted for nearly 11 hours over three life to recognisance India out after the visitors were prefab to obey on in the manage.Sehwag said Gambhir has proved that he has developed his line and was able of saving matches similar Dravid, who has attained the honour of being 'The Fence' for his unattackable defence and longanimity."He (Gambhir) is developing his brave. He restrained his action and is acquisition with experience. He has become the 2nd fence of Amerindian cricket," Sehwag, who stood in for skinned MS Dhoni in the duplication, said after Bharat unnatural a tie."We didn't bat excavation in the premiere innings but we did compartment in the wares, especially Gautam and (VVS) Laxman. Gautam batted for nearly 11 hours and preserved the set," Sehwag another.Sehwag admitted his bowlers had to toil intemperate in New Sjaelland's low innings as the cover did not employ any assistance to them.
"It was a tall job for the bowlers. The route was plane and omit for some elasticity, there was nil in it. I told them to incurvature in correct areas and see that the batsmen send mistakes," said Sehwag

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Gambhir, Tendulkar keep India afloat at Napier

India's top-order led by Gautam Gambhir resolutely grinded their way to take India close to safety on the fourth day of their second cricket Test against New Zealand here Sunday.Gambhir (102 batting) scored a dogged century while Rahul Dravid (62) and Sachin Tendulkar (58 batting) raised half-centuries to guide India to 252 for two in their second innings -- still 62 short of New Zealand's mammoth first innings total of 619 after the visitors were all out for 305 and asked to follow-on.If it were New Zealand who dominated the first three days, the fourth day of the Test undisputedly belonged to India.Unless there is a batting collapse, India should not be in a spot of bother Monday as the track is still good for batting.With New Zealand looking well-poised to square the series, the Indians Sunday batted with resilience in their endeavour to deny the hosts an opportunity to draw level.Dravid was the only wicket to fall Sunday -- a victim of a bad decision by umpire Ian Gould. The replays showed that the Daniel Vettori (1-48) delivery had brushed the pad before landing in the hands of Jamie How at short leg. A usually calm Dravid was livid after the decision.Gambhir and Dravid shared a four-hour, 133-run partnership, grafting 72 runs in the first session and 61 in the second session after India resumed at overnight 47 for one.If Gambhir was the chief contributor to the score before lunch, Dravid took over in the second session.Dravid, top scorer in India's first innings with 83, got his 50 off 180 balls with a push through the off side. His 220-ball knock had six fours and a six off Jeetan Patel (1-73).After Dravid's dismissal, Tendulkar batted with fluency and displayed majestic strokes off his backfoot.Gambhir spent almost an hour stuck on 83 after tea watching Tendulkar take on the New Zealand bowlers single-handedly.Iain O'Brien and Chris Martin were at the receiving end of a vintage Tendulkar, who stroked eight fours and one six in 113 balls.New Zealand took the second new ball after the tea break but Tendulkar was quick to shift gears. Twenty-two runs came in four overs as Tendulkar hit three boundaries in a Martin over. He then sent O'Brien soaring for a six to long-on when the fast bowler tried to bounce the master batsman.Gambhir finally brought up his fifth century, his first outside the sub-continent, with a lofted four over wide mid-on. He took 265 balls to achieve the mark with 14 fours.The Delhi batsman curbed his natural attacking style and was a picture of concentration throughout the day.
Tendulkar scored his 52nd Test half century and is well set to score his 43rd Test century.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

IPL won't have the same feel abroad - Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar Monday said Indian Premier League (IPL) on foreign shores would not have the same feel as it had last year.The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) at an emergency meeting Sunday decided to hold the Twenty20 tournament outside the country after the state governments expressed their inability to provide security to the tournament as it clashes with the general elections.Tendulkar, who is the captain of the IPL team Mumbai Indians said he is disappointed with IPL being held abroad.'It is disappointing that IPL has been moved out of India,' Tendulkar said. 'We will miss playing in front of our supporters. It won't be the same.'IPL had a good concept of playing home and away matches. This is something that the teams will miss this time around. Wherever we play, we hope to have the same fervour that we had had last season,' he said.Yuvraj Singh, the Kings XI Punjab captain, too, said the second edition would be different.'It is sad that the IPL won't be held in India. But it is the decision of the board and we will have to follow it,' Yuvraj said.'We were looking forward to play at home, now we have to play away so we feel sad for a lot of Indians who were looking forward to watch it. Anyway if we were playing in India, a lot of home games were shifted to other centres. So it was not actually a home game or away game.'

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Dravid scales yet another height

There comes a stage in every successful cricketer's life when personal milestones cease to matter. Rahul Dravid is never going to scale the peaks Sachin Tendulkar has, and statistically speaking there is little left to achieve. He had a two-year shot at the captaincy and relinquished the role voluntarily, ticking the leadership ambition box. The only avenue left for Dravid to continue taking enjoyment from the game is contributing positively to the team's cause.Then he hangs up his boots, the one thing Dravid will miss the most is that winning feeling, and he knows as much.Since I was a young kid, I have loved batting, loved being part of victories, said Dravid. "That sort of gives me the challenge now --- it's not really the number of runs I score now, centuries I score now. It's really about making contributions to winning Test matches. That's what gives me satisfaction. I love what the game has taught me over the years and what it is teaching me even today."On a day when he set a good platform with his batting --- 66 is no reason to celebrate for someone who has crossed 50 on 80 occasions in Tests --- Dravid spoke with genuine keenness on Monday's feat of equalling Mark Waugh's record of 181 catches, returning to the team aspect of this achievement."Taking catches has probably given me as much pleasure as scoring runs --- being part of someone else's success as a catcher. That has been a thrilling experience for me," said Dravid. "To have taken so many catches is also a reflection of the quality of attacks that I have played with for India. Srinath, Zaheer, Venky, Anil, Harbhajan, so many of them."While Dravid has not played an ODI since October 2007, he feels little angst about that part of his life (10,585 runs from 333 matches) being over, and is relishing the current phase of his career. "It has been an enjoyable period for me. I've actually had the time off to go back and play some domestic cricket, to work on my fitness and work on my cricket," said Dravid. "I am always happiest doing that --- when I am able to work hard and spend time in the nets."Just as much of the young ODI unit's success was linked to how happy they are as a group, being at peace with his role in the side and knowing his place in the scheme of things in the evening of his career is bringing Dravid success.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Arsenal hit back late to earn semi-final with Chelsea

Arsenal hit back with late goals from Robin van Persie and William Gallas to beat Hull City 2-1 in their FA Cup quarter-final on Tuesday.Arsenal trailed to Nicky Barmby's early strike and were not posing much threat until Dutchman Van Persie rammed in an equaliser from inside the penalty area with 16 minutes left.Gallas then headed in from close range to seal a semi-final against Chelsea at Wembley, although the French defender appeared to be in an offside position.The other semi-final will be between Manchester United and Everton.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Australia shows its class with comfortable victory

Australia’s slim hopes of reaching the ICC Women’s World Cup Final remain alive after a comprehensive 107-run win over Pakistan.Half centuries from Shelley Nitschke and Lauren Ebsary were the key to Australia’s victory, which was supported by a tidy bowling performance in the field.Australia’s opening pair of Nitschke (56) and Leah Poulton (47) created a solid base for the home side to build on after an opening stand of 100.Sana Mir (2-35) then grabbed two quick wickets and was then involved in the run-out of Alex Blackwell to reduce Australia to 130-3.Ebsary (51) and Jodie Fields (36) then once again combined to add 69 for the fourth wicket, but a disciplined bowling and fielding display by Pakistan restricted Australia to 229-6 off 50 overs.In reply, some excellent and positive batting from Bismah Maroof (24) and Asmavia Iqbal (36) put Pakistan in contention.But the lack of depth in the Pakistani batting was again exposed when it suffered a dramatic collapse, slipping from 65-1 to 89-7, with Shelley Nitschke and Erin Osborne both bowling tight spells.
Some brave resistance from skipper Urooj Mumtaz (14 not out from 62 balls) saw Pakistan to 122 all out, with Leah Poulton, Ellyse Perry and Rene Farrell all taking two wickets.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

India survives scare to move into Super Six stages

India survived a scare against Sri Lanka before a completing a 35-run win that guarantees it a place in the Super Six stage of the ICC Women’s World Cup.Vice-captain Amita Sharma led a much improved bowling performance after a poor batting display had left India in all kinds of trouble.Mithali Raj (75 not out) was again the key player for India, one of only three Indian players to register double figures, as it struggled to reach 137-7 off 50 overs.But it would have been relieved to get to that total having at one stage been 35-4 and then 78-7, as some disciplined and consistent bowling restricted one of the pre-tournament favourites.Chamari Polgampola took 2-17, Udeshika Prabodani recorded figures of 2-20 and Suwini de Alwis achieved 2-34 in a fine all-round bowling display.A slow but steady first-wicket stand of 37 between Dedunu de Silva (21) and Chamari Polgampola (12) provided a good platform for Sri Lanka to chase its target, but once again a poor batting effort was to prove costly.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

IT firms see low or flat salaries for 2 more years

Against expectations that the job market and compensation levels might begin to show signs of recovery by next year, senior executives in the country's top information technology companies expect compensation levels to remain low over the next two- to three years. "The market is cold and there are fewer jobs, for the next two or three years, salaries will be low," T.V. Mohandas Pai, member of the board and director of human resources at the nation's second largest software exporter Infosys Technologies, told Hindustan Times.The economic slowdown has adversely affected all sectors, including information technology, which relies heavily on demand in the West, especially the United States, which is India's largest market. "Good people will not be laid off but the key challenge is compensation," Pai said.Tata Consultancy Services, India's largest software exporter which employs over 1,00,000 people, is also eyeing a scenario where wage hikes will not be significant. "We expect salaries to remain flat in financial year 2010 while demand for specific skill sets will drive salaries over the next two-three years," a TCS spokesperson told Hindustan Times.However, experts at staffing firms, interpreting industry statements, say IT companies probably do not want to set high expectations for their employees amidst uncertain economic conditions and that the job market might well improve by the end of the year. "We expect the market to improve by the end of the year and organisations probably do not want to raise their employees' expectations," said Rohit Ramani, director at staffing firm EmmayHR, part of the Dutch Randstad group.

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Saturday, March 7, 2009

India's win was completely overshadowed

The year was 2004, and as coach of the Indian cricket team, I landed in Lahore amid overwhelming media coverage and security. India was playing in Pakistan after more than a decade and the tour turned out to be once-in-a-lifetime experience.The security was all encompassing and there was a huge military presence around the teams. At first I thought, this is serious stuff, but after a couple of days, we got used to their presence and we were reassured by their utter professionalism and the love and hospitality from all those who came to watch the cricket.We won the Tests and the one-dayers which of course made the tour all the more memorable, but the professionalism of both the boards and the unstinting support of the two governments made the logistics and security part of it completely fool-proof.On Monday, as the Indian batsmen were taking the New Zealand bowlers apart, a myth was shattered outside the Gaddafi Stadium. We had thought that the love for cricket in Pakistan ensured that cricketers were above being targeted.That unwritten belief that reassures sportsmen before they step out in front of tens of thousands is now in shreds. The only relief is how much worse it could have been, considering that some of the most loved cricketers of the world were in very serious danger.It is important to realise that the greatest loss in this sad incident has been incurred by Pakistan. I know that cricketers from other countries will view the whole subcontinent with suspicion but, personally speaking, I would have no hesitation in taking a flight to Mumbai tomorrow.With all these upheavals, it was quite natural that India's wonderful performance was overshadowed. However, MS Dhoni and his batsmen gave a wonderful display of stroke-making. It was a joy to watch Virender Sehwag once again. I used to enjoy his batting when I was India coach, though it could sometimes get quite nerve-racking. The USP of Sehwag is the fact that nobody knows what to expect - and for the spectators nothing can be more thrilling. There is a stability and quiet strength that Dhoni exudes, and it has filtered through the team.Today's game will be crucial for India because, if they make it a 2-0 lead, it will give them the confidence to go for the kill not only in the one-dayers but also in the Tests. For the hosts, Brendon McCullum might be playing only as batsman and even that is still not certain.

The India Test players have landed and I will be meeting Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman tomorrow. We have organised some warm-up games for them, and it will be great to hear from these blokes.

Far away from security fears, Indian players roam free in NZ

Test series against England, Zaheer Khan had got into an argument with police officials outside the team hotel in Chennai. The Indian paceman had snapped when his friend and former international bowler, T Kumaran, was stopped at the first checkpoint of the multi-layered security cordon. Later, during the Mohali Test, Yuvraj Singh was pulled up for driving in his hometown without an official escort. While the security debate again rages in India as the IPL nears, down here in New Zealand, the only barrier between the Indian cricketers and the outside world is the automated door of the team hotel.Some sign of security personnel is visible only when the team moves out together in the bus-one or two unarmed man from a private security company, who usually end up organising the queue of autograph hunters at the nets. So used to elaborate police cover back home and in most other countries they visit, the Indian players are making the most of their window of opportunity in this calm corner of the world.Sachin Tendulkar can afford to sit in a roadside cafe near the Wellington city centre, Irfan Pathan can shout to his brother Yusuf from across the street to ask for his fruit juice of choice, and Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir can have lunch together at a crowded food court above the Christchurch bus terminal. The manager of the Indian team, Niranjan Shah, says that unlike most other tours, there are not many dos and don'ts on this trip."It's a different scenario when we're at home. Everybody has security guards provided by the police or the government. Here we don't need much security. New Zealand is a good country to visit-there is very little crime here. Even at airports, nobody disturbs us and we can move around freely," Virender Sehwag told The Sunday Express.Though airports here give almost total access even to non-travellers, there is no fuss when international cricketers are in the midst of the general public. As the first boarding announcement was made in Wellington, for instance, the players gingerly got up from a table next to a coffee kiosk to head towards the designated gate. Munaf Patel and Gautam Gambhir decided to stray away for a few minutes, checking out sunglasses at a nearby counter, while Zaheer decided to pick up a few CDs from the music shop next door. Fans occasionally asked for pictures or autographs, and the players happily obliged.On Saturday afternoon, Suresh Raina sauntered out of the Christchurch hotel at the sun-basked Cathedral square to have a look around. "This is so relaxing, being able to walk on the streets without any problems. It helps us get into a better frame of mind for matches and it's good for bonding with teammates. The other day, we all went to Nando's, and the team and had a really good time. In India, doing these things is tough because there is so much emphasis on security," he said.Expat Indians cricket fans also have it easy. At a net session at Basin Reserve in Wellington, Ganeshram Sridharan, who claims he's Tendulkar's biggest fan, managed to get an autograph from the batsman on his shoulder for a tattoo. "Anywhere else, it may not have been possible. On the first day that Sachin was here, I asked him to sign on my shoulder with a marker pen. The next day, I got it tattooed. At the second net session, Sachin asked me if I'd got the tattoo done, and he posed for pictures with me," Ganesh said.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

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In keeping with the flavour of the season, here's a quiz question for your thought menu. Now that Slumdog Millionaire has romped home with a sackful of Oscars, the next time a scraggly, street kid sidles up to your car window and stretches out a tiny, pleading, desperate hand, will you, a) grumpily order your driver to hit the accelerator and quickly drive ahead; b) slink lower into the plush leather of your seat and squirm in awkward guilt; c) place a Rs 10 note in the child's hand and feel better; or- d) crib about how India can't hope to make a mark in the world if beggar children swarm our streets? Make no mistake; I loved the film.

Even before the Oscars provided the carpers in Urban India with a legitimate alibi to love it as well, I found the entire debate around whether Danny Boyle was guilty of 'exploiting poverty' both false and petty. On the contrary, I thought the movie succeeded marvellously at capturing the can-do spirit of India, while being mercilessly honest in chronicling its underbelly.

unrealistic? Perhaps. But only as much as the angry-young man allegories of the '70s, when Amitabh Bachchan could single-handedly eliminate the bad guys.

Would the West have reacted in the same way had an Indian made the same film? Maybe not, but so what? That doesn't mean the film should have been held up to a different ethical standard than our own movies. Frankly, I thought a lot of the cribbing was rooted in xenophobic insecurity.

But have you noticed how the Oscar win has suddenly papered over all the differences? Other than a handful of staunch naysayers, much of India is now exulting in the global recognition. We can't get enough of what Freida Pinto wore on the red carpet, and what Angelina Jolie said to her and whether 'Jai Ho' is now an international chant.

So, in a matter of days, the discourse has conveniently changed from complaining about the 'outsiders' exploiting us to celebrating how the "outsiders" are finally recognising us. In other words, we didn't like being confronted with the naked truth of our slums; but we sure as hell love the Oscars.

What does this paradoxical response tell us about ourselves as a people? My guess is that New India quite simply got accustomed to being branded in terms of Bangalore rather than beggars. In our self-image we were home to the world's outsourcing capital; not to Asia's largest slum.

After decades of being stereotyped in postcard images of poverty and saffron saints, we wanted the visual memory of India to be radically different. The dapper Wall Street Banker now defined the Indian Diaspora instead of the Gujarati newsstand owner.

We were tired of being asked preposterous questions about how we spoke such good English (so what if "we" just made up about 3-5 per cent of our country). And by the time Forbes figured out that some Indians were stinking rich, we were vicariously celebrating our new branding in the global imagination.


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