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(Source: AP) Top News Zimbabwe will tour Sri Lanka for the first time in 15 years later this month. 6-4 in the quarter-final which lasted one hour and 56 minutes. As soon as the charcha ended, For all the latest Pune News,AIIMS has combined all the 121 seats (for MD/MS courses and MDS course) and allocated the 27 percent reservation or 33 seats to MD/MS courses and not even a single seat to MDS course…, the plea said The petition sought a direction for AIIMS to reserve 27 per cent MDS seats for OBC candidates and allow him to attend the counselling for on June 12 It further sought declaration of the current allocation of seats for OBC category in MD/MS and MDS courses as illegal For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSydney: Australia’s coach Darren Lehmann took responsibility today for the crushing Ashes defeat to England saying that his players were desperate to make amends in the final Test at The Oval Australia are 3-1 down in the series after a humiliating fourth Test drubbing by an innings and 78 runs at Trent Bridge when the tourists were bowled out for 60 before lunch on the first day Australia coach Darren Lehmann Getty "We have been poor we have been outplayed by a superior opponent and as coaching staff players and selectors we fully accept the blame for our losses at Edgbaston and Trent Bridge" Lehmann said in a column for the Cricket Australia website "On behalf of our team I want to apologise for the manner in which we have lost especially to those tour groups and individual fans who paid to travel to the UK to watch us and to the millions more tuning in at home" Lehmann attacked the suggestion that the players’ wives partners and families who had accompanied them on this tour had somehow contributed to the their lack form on the field "There’s no question we haven’t performed as we expected and we appreciate that in those circumstances we have to accept negative criticism from the media because we’ve had so much positive coverage during our success over the past two years" he said "And while we’re happy to cop criticism for the way we bat bowl field or prepare I believe it’s unfair to suggest having families with us as a reason for our on-field efforts" Lehmann said the reality of international schedules was that some in the squad would have only been home for three or four days since the Boxing Day Test last December "I can’t think of any other sport in which the players are away from their homes and their loved ones for such long stretches of time" he said "And as such we will continue to welcome families as part of any tour because it is simply unrealistic to expect them to spend those long periods apart" Lehmann also rounded on criticism directed towards captain Michael Clarke who announced that the fifth Ashes Test at the Oval would be his last "Michael is one of our most committed trainers who will go to the nets every day even when we have optional sessions or give guys a day off and on practice days he’ll travel to the ground early with the support staff who go ahead to get everything set up" he said He said the team hoped to send off Clarke with a win "From there we enter a new era of Australian cricket that everyone in our set-up is really excited about" he added AFP Danang: India bagged their first gold medal at the 5th Asian Beach Games with the women’s beach kabaddi team winning the title for the record fifth time in succession in Danang Vietnam Indian beat Thailand 41-31 in a hard-fought summit clash at Bien Dong Park The Indian women’s kabaddi team had been winning the gold since the inception of the biennial Games in 2008 Indian women’s kabaddi team won the gold medal at the Asian Beach Game 2016 Image courtesy: Facebook/All India Radio News For Thailand it was the fifth time in a row they had lost to India in a final although there was some consolation in that the 10-point margin was the closest they had got to the all-conquering Indians in the four previous gold medal matches Silver medallists in the event at each of the previous four Asian Beach Games Pakistan finally made it to the top of the podium In women’s 70kg category kurash (a form of wrestling originated in Uzbekistan) Amisha Tokas won a silver after losing to Nguyen Thi Lan of Vietnam in the final In beach bodybuilding Manoj Kumar Majumdar won a bronze in upto 158cm category India has so far won six medals (1 gold 3 silver 2 bronze) in the Games India are now at 15th spot in the medal table headed by hosts Vietnam (25 gold 22 silver 27 bronze) The Indian men’s beach kabaddi team however lost to arch-rivals Pakistan 28-30 in a nerve-wrecking final to settle for a silver India had won gold in men’s beach kabaddi the 2008 and 2010 editions By: Reuters | London | Published: September 12 2016 5:33 pm Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is sent to the stands by referee Anthony Taylor for shouting at the Tottenham Hotspur fans during their English Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur (AP Photo) Top News Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has accused Premier League match officials of being especially harsh on his team after being sent off during Saturday’s 4-0 thumping by Tottenham Hotspur Hughes was sent to the stands in the first half after leaving the technical area as Stoke who have one point from their opening four league games remain rooted to the bottom of the standings “They seem to be vigilant and more of a stickler for the rules when Stoke City are involved The people who need to know how I feel have been told already this season and in previous seasons” Hughes told British media “This season I’ve been told about the new directives and I should have known better but emotion gets the better of you sometimes and that’s why I reacted” Hughes referred to Saturday’s Manchester derby to prove his point “I watched the Manchester derby it was a very good passionate game There was emotion on the sidelines At one point I saw one of the managers step on the pitch and nothing was done about that” Hughes added “Clearly I went out of the technical area and they spotted that” Stoke visit Crystal Palace in the league on Sunday Hughes’ Stoke City have endured a tough start to the season Out of the four matches that they’ve played Stoke have lost three and drawn just one; yet to register a single victory and sit at the bottom of the table with just one point in four games With Saturday’s drubbing at the hands of the rampant Spurs Stoke have now conceded 10 goals in four matches with an average of more than three goals a game For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Rajkot | Updated: November 14 2016 9:02 am Adil hai mushkil England leggie Rashid was the most successful spinner from either side (Source: PTI) Top News Last week a good five days before the Test BCCI’s veteran pitch curator Dhiraj Parsana sat beyond the boundary ropes sheltered from the harsh noon sun by the shade of the towering pavilion block For years he has been in charge of the Motera track in neighbouring Ahmedabad He isn’t new to Rajkot it’s his birthplace Now it’s where he prepared the pitch for the city’s first Test An affable man he is not known to toe the line In the past he has had differences of opinion with Indian captains about the interpretation of the phrase ‘home advantage’ In his long career the no-nonsense man has disagreed with skippers — Sourav Ganguly for one Anil Kumble the present coach is another This was a special occasion for the 68-year-old He was chuffed about the local association’s plans to felicitate him on the first day of the Test Before the players stepped on to the pitch he had prepared Parsana was to get a shawl and a sparkling memento A ’70s star around here the all-rounder played for Saurashtra and India When asked about the nature of the surface he had prepared for this ‘special’ game Parsana wasn’t giving away much Later during the conversation he did drop a hint “I am almost 70 now I don’t want to go to sleep at night with the guilt of preparing a dubious track” he said The Test is over Parsana can sleep peacefully The pitch had also been asleep for most of the Test For the last couple of days there was slow turn with the odd ball keeping low or suddenly climbing up A couple of Indian batsmen got out to balls that kept low In the last hour there were times when India seemed on the back foot struggling to eke out a draw Kohli wasn’t complaining Though he did say that he didn’t expect the early greenish tinge on the pitch “I was quite surprised to see that much grass to be honest It should not have been the case” he said He also dropped hints that there was no devil in the track even when he was batting in the final moments of the Test “Sometimes the situation becomes such that even on flat wickets you tend to make mistakes I spent decent time out there and it is because we lost four-five wickets that it looks like it’s going to rip through from a good-length area That was not the case The wicket was pretty decent throughout the game” he said Six tons 1200-plus runs In years to come even if someone takes a look at the scoreboard it would be easy to guess the nature of this surface Six centuries 1200 plus runs This certainly wasn’t the kind of track that saw Saurashtra’s left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja take 38 wickets from four games in this town last year (albeit at two venues SCA Stadium and Madhavrao Scindia Ground) with most of those Ranji Trophy matches not going the distance Here Jadeja after bowling 45 overs got just three wickets The Indian spinners would have certainly liked a more spin-friendly surface A true surface has never been to Jadeja’s liking Over the last one year the ‘flat and fast’ left-armer has been very effective with the new ball On his home ground in the Ranji Trophy he is unplayable with the shinning cherry The left-arm spinner banks on the roughs on the surface to get his wickets The reason Jadeja is deadly with the new ball is because he is unpredictable It is said that at times even Jadeja doesn’t know which way his ball will turn since it’s the cracks that decide the direction of the deliveries Speaking after Day 3 Jadeja had said that the position of the cracks on the surface were not to his liking They were on the two sides of the stumps “The middle portion has remained the same Yesterday and today the fast bowlers had some help but over the next few days the wicket will become slower” he had said During the New Zealand series Jadeja bowled stump-to-stump and got wickets Here on an unresponsive and true track he wasn’t getting the same purchase On the other hand as Alastair Cook said the English spinners are better bowlers on flat tracks It feels like home to them In England the tracks are green and get less abrasive so the slow bowlers have to work harder for wickets “A brilliant performance all-round especially our three spinners who came in for criticism on turning wickets On a flatter wicket they bowled a lot better Great to have Saqqy (Saqlain Mushtaq) here Made a big difference to those guys” he said England off-spinner Moeen Ali had called the pitch a ‘belter’ after the second day’s play Cook after the drawn Test said “It was a cracking pitch” Not many visiting players use these words to describe the dustbowls they get So did the Indians get what they wanted or what they expected That will never be clear Who has the final say in deciding the nature of the pitch has always been a mystery Some clues may help Before the Test the Saurashtra Cricket Association members had expressed a desire for the ‘special’ Test to go the distance They expected the weekend crowd to make the game memorable Saurashtra Cricket Association secretary Niranjan Shah said “Test matches need to be a five-day affair” Before play commenced on the final day all three results were possible Even till the final hour there were a couple of possibilities That’s the reason there have been no complaints But there will always be one question: did the local sentiment negate India’s home advantage For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSonepat:Bengaluru Bulls put up a stupendous defensive show as they snapped their six-match losing streak with a 24-20 victory over Puneri Paltan in an inter-zone clash of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL)in Sonepat on Sunday Kuldeep Singh (five tackle points) marshalled the Bengaluru defence as they scored 15 tackle points and controlled Pune raiders Bengaluru Bulls produced a stellar defensive display to beat Puneri Paltan in Pro Kabaddi League PKL Bengaluru Bulls are now fourth in Zone B with 29 points from 13 matches Puneri Paltan are also in the fourth spot in Zone A with 32 points from nine matches Bengaluru Bulls struggled to get into the game early in the first half as they trailed 0-4 In the seventh minute they forced a super tackle and Ajay Kumar scored the first raid point as they trailed 3-4 Puneri Paltan scored their fourth tackle point of the night as they led 5-4 after 11 minutes Bengaluru Bulls led 7-5 in the 15th minute but Puneri Paltan forced a super tackle to level the match Umesh scored with a do-or-die raid in the 17th minute as Puneri Paltan led 8-7 Both teams’ defences did most of the scoring as raiders struggled to get points Puneri Paltan went into the break leading 10-8 In the first five minutes of the second half it was the defence of both teams that did bulk of the scoring Bengaluru Bulls trailed 10-11 after 25 minutes Both teams were tied at 12-12 after 28 minutes Rohit Kumar scored just the fourth raid point for Bengaluru Bulls as they led 14-12 Bengaluru Bulls inflicted the first all out of the match as they led 17-13 in the 30th minute Deepak Niwas Hooda scored two raid points in two minutes as Puneri Paltan trailed 15-20 after 35 minutes Kuldeep Singh attained a high five for Bengaluru Bulls to give Bengaluru 23-16 lead after 38 minutes Puneri Paltan scored a couple of raid points in the last two minutes but it wasn’t enough as Bengaluru won 24-20 Titans hammers Steelers Telugu Titans thrashed Haryana Steelers 37-19 to record a much-needed victory in the inter-zone clash of Pro Kabaddi League Rahul Chaudhari scored 9 points as Titans won their fourth match of the season Vishal Bhardwaj led the Titans defence superbly and scored six points to contain Haryana Steelers’ raiders Wazir Singh was the only bright light forthe hosts as most of their players struggled to get points on the board Titans now have 29 points from 14 games but remain fifth in Zone B while Steelers are second in Zone A with 41 points from 13 games The home sidescored their first point in the third minute as they trailed 1-3 Telugu Titans were the better team in the first eight minutes as they led 5-2 Steelers’ raiders couldn’t score a single point in nine minutes as they trailed 2-6 Titans led 7-4 after 13 minutes as Chaudhari couldn’t get into the raiding act for them Nilesh Salunke forced Haryana defence to make an error and scored two points as Titans led 9-6 after 15 minutes Wazir scored a raid point for Steelers as they trailed 8-11 in the 19th minute Chaudhari scored his third point of the match as Titans went into the break leading 12-8 Steelers forced a super tackle in the 23rd minute as they trailed 10-12 Salunke scored three raid points in two minutes as Telugu Titans inflicted an all out to lead 18-11 in the 25th minute The Hyderabad outfitkept the pressure onthe hosts by picking up raid and tackle points in the next few minutes to lead 23-15 after 31 minutes Chaudhari scored another raid point in the 34th minute as Telugu Titans led 27-15 Titans inflicted an all out in the 35th minute to lead 32-16 Chaudhari scored another raid point as Telugu Titans led 35-17 after 37 minutes Titans were in desperate need of a win and their players delivered as they won 37-19 to pick important points With inputs from IANSsay students. 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