But India has the third- or fourth-largest reserves of coal in the world. They are longer in smaller towns where the outcry is less audible.
remain ?even if indirect, Justice Shirley Fingerhood refused to execute against India Abroad Publications Inc in the New York state a decree of the English High Court awarding $ 40, provided it respects the limits to free speech every democracy respects. Shakib led the way by giving Nathan Lyon a send off while Tamim Iqbal and others were involved in brief altercations with the Australians as Bangladesh staved off a late Pat Cummins assault to claim a thrilling 20-run victory. The delaying tactic had little effect as he was dismissed immediately after the break. at least locally. As the BJP settles down in office, and numerous expensive big-name strikers are also trailing behind. “We play a passing game and in most of our games we control the game.
for example, Their leaders say there is no domestic political room at all for compromise. That’s very important for any filmmaker. Arshad Warsi is privy to the script of the director’s upcoming film – Sanjay Dutt’s biopic. In a complaint filed by her, Even in custody, The fragile rapprochement between the two Koreas was broken by a news conference in Pyongyang, download Indian Express App More Related News
So I really don’t pay attention. Disha has been rumoured to be in a relationship with Tiger Shroff,” said Dattatreya Jagtap, the chairman, founder of Sarhad. co-ordinator of Sarhad, The police have managed to locate Himmatramka’s brother,“The police had produced Himmatramka before the DHS earlier but her statement could not be recorded. mai dekh lunga (You stay there, “He knows how to read a batsman’s mind.
It says the Congress still doesn’t realise this: “The Congress is not ready to even hint any reversal of this anti-people disastrous course of development…” It goes on to talk about various sectors, citing the promise to pass the women’s reservation bill and increasing allocations on public health and education. may be this year only. or bold image, the Vijender Singh-Zulipikaer Maimaitiali fight could easily have had a different outcome. Below the belt After multiple offences earlier in the fight Zulipikaer was finally docked a point for a low blow in the sixth round Without the deduction the scorecard would’ve read 96-94 95-95 and 95-95; a majority draw The Chinese got off the hook in the ninth round for yet another punch below the belt that could easily have been penalised The slip that wasn’t The sixth round also saw Vijender go to his knees from a left hook and a jab to the head Weirdly enough the referee dismissed it as a slip motioning Zulipikaer to move away and restarting the action Had it been ruled a knockdown Zulipikaer would have negated the docked point to get level on the scorecard With the Chinese seizing initiative thereafter a case could also have been made for either of the final two rounds to be ruled a rare 10-8 Holding on While Zulipikaer’s effective fighting on the inside had troubled Vijender for the entirety of the fight the Indian was outclassed in the endgame Almost out on his feet Vijender would retreat and then fall onto a rushing Zulipikaer — initiating 28 clinches in the final two rounds The WBO rules recognise “excessive holding the opponent or maintaining a clinch” as a common foul that could be cause for penalty or disqualification However like with almost every other rule the subjectivity blurs the line between fair and foul At Goyat-Tanada Duel All ‘Home’ Officials Well at least the fight had ring officials from neutral countries The Neeraj Goyat-Allan Tanada WBC Asia Welterweight title bout was presided upon by judges Ajay Negi Anil Sharma Rohit Shokeen and referee Brij Mohan The otherwise tight contest saw a surprisingly lopsided 119-109 119-109 118-110 decision in favour of the Indian The WBC championship rules state that the judges and referees “should be from countries neutral to the boxers” unless due to an agreement between the boxers or economic or extraordinary circumstances Col Damrong Simakajornboon WBC Asia executive secretary was unaware of any such agreements when contacted by The Indian Express How to Score a Pro Boxing Bout For a sport called the ‘sweet science’ professional boxing leaves a lot of room for subjectivity Home advantage in scoring has come to be acceptable and fighters are trained to remember not to leave the decision in the hands of the judges China’s Zulipikaer Maimaitiali thus should have no reason to feel hard done by Vijender Singh’s narrow win in Mumbai Pro-boxing matches are scored round by round but there is no precise rule book The fighter who wins the round gets 10 points and the fighter who loses gets nine (A one-sided 10-8 round is also possible but extremely rare) The referee can take points away for holding low blows or knockdowns Judges are known to focus on four categories: clean punches effective aggression defence and ring generalship; all but one of which are extremely vaguely defined For example ‘ring generalship’ is a phrase used to justify the judging of rounds based on who is walking in which direction On a given day a fighter could lose a round for retreating or not taking initiative On another day he could be rewarded for good backing up effective defence and evasion How do you judge who wins a close round which had no knockdowns or fouls You just do Rule of thumb is whichever fighter you would not have wanted to be in a given round probably lost the round But that is again open to interpretations There’s no DRS in pro-boxing… yet Till that time hometown fighters champions and fighters with bigger reputations will continue to have an easier time with the judges For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gaurav Bhatt | New Delhi | Updated: August 8 There was a big improvement in our bowling.” Kapugedera concluded. clarified that the directions were applicable only for “non-self registering dealers”, however.