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rushed back to the National Capital present her case. "I was worried about what was happening back at home. who is revered as one of the most talented performers in the country,51),she created a lavani-mujra dance piece featuring Varsha Usgaonkar,” he says.has now been offered a job as a constable with the Delhi Police. While he was attending to them, Professor M S Dhillon,as soon as we have enough members who can share their experiences of benefits from physiotherapy?professor Dhillon said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: January 19 2017 4:40 pm Parthiv Patel led Gujarat to their first ever Ranji Trophy title (Source: Express file) Top News A keen battle awaits the fans when newly crowned Ranji Trophy champions Gujarat clash with the Rest of India in the five-day Irani Cup match to be played at the Brabourne Stadium here from Friday The match with five more home Test matches coming up will serve as another platform for the fringe and performing players from both the teams to catch the selectors’ attention There may not be many vacancies currently in the high-flying Indian Test team but a top drawer show in an important match like the Irani will certainly go a long way in enhancing the particular player’s chances in the near future After leading Gujarat to their maiden Ranji Trophy title with the bat and his glovework Parthiv Patel has a great chance to score brownie points against Wridhiman Saha of the Rest whom he had replaced when the latter got injured in the Indian Test team against England Parthiv did not see it as a mini-battle between himself and the Bengal stumper “It’s a game between Gujarat and the Rest and not between two players We all know he’s very talented but it’s a game between two teams not individual players” Parthiv said on Thursday The game also offers a fine springboard for players like Abhinav Mukund who guided Tamil Nadu into the Ranji Trophy semi-finals to show his worth as an opener alongwith Mumbai’s Akhil Herwadkar and Gujarat opener Priyank Panchal who has scored over 1300 runs in 10 games this first class season embellished with a triple and a double hundred The Rest captained by prolific one-down Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara appear strong on paper with the presence of Karun Nair who scored a triple hundred for a winning cause against England in the fifth and final Test at Chennai shoring up the middle order with the experienced Manoj Tiwary and Saha The Rest have included 22-year-old Hyderabad pace bowler Mohd Siraj in the team in place of Mumbai’s Shardul Thakur who has complained of ankle pain and dropped out Senior pacer Pankaj Singh Siddharth Kaul Siraj and K Vignesh are the new ball options while chinaman exponent Kuldeep Yadav and left arm orthodox slow Shahbaz Nadeem are spin options Parthiv saw the game as a good platform for his team’s players to show their worth again after their glorious Ranji season “They are a strong side It’s a great opportunity for a lot of our young players I have played for Rest (in Irani games) but for the first time will be playing for Gujarat which is something big for all of us” The team has made two changes said the Gujarat skipper “We have dropped Bhargav Merai and brought in Mohit Thadani while Mehul Patel met with an accident and fractured his leg We had to bring in Het Patel who was in the Junior Asia Cup junior team” “We have been getting a lot of runs this season That’s something we have banked on Even in the Ranji Trophy final (against Mumbai) we backed ourselves on the fifth day because we knew we had the batting to do it” the Gujarat stumper said “It’s an exciting game We have so many young players who want to prove themselves We have five Test matches coming up and young players want to make their mark It’s a very good opportunity for them” said Rest skipper Pujara “Gujarat have won the Ranji Trophy They have played very good cricket The way they played in the final they deserved to win I was following it” he added Teams (from): Rest of India: Abhinav Mukund Akhil Herwadkar Cheteshwar Pujara (captain) Karun Nair Manoj Tiwary Wriddhiman Saha Kuldeep Yadav Shahbaz Nadeem Pankaj Singh K Vignesh Siddarth Kaul Mohd Siraj Akshay Wakhare Ishan Kishan and Prashant Chopra Gujarat: Samit Gohil Priyank Panchal Parthiv Patel (capt) Het Patel Rahul Bhatt Manprit Juneja Chirag Gandhi Rush Kalaria Mohit Thadani Karan Patel Hardik Patel Chintan Gaja Dhruv Raval R P Singh and Ishwar Chaudhary For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Wellington | Updated: November 16 2016 2:12 pm Kane Williamson will look to reverse the recent series of losses as captain (Source: AP file) Top News New Zealand coach Mike Hesson hopes a return to familiar conditions will help stem a four-Test losing streak when his lineup meets Pakistan in a two-match series starting Thursday in Christchurch Hesson said the New Zealand players have moved on from recent away losses in South Africa and India and are determined to continue an impressive recent run of form in Test matches at home “I think we’ve won seven out of our 11 Tests at home in the last three years with a couple of draws and a couple of losses” Hesson said “You do that because conditions are familiar to you and you adapt quicker than other sides “We’ve been stressing the fact that we need to prepare for conditions that we’re more familiar with It’s a matter of going through that rather than reliving India” After losing its two-Test series in South Africa 1-0 New Zealand was swept 3-0 by India losing all three Tests by large margins None of the New Zealand batsmen come into the Pakistan series with the confidence of having a large number of runs behind them: none reached a century in the three India Tests The Kiwis failed against the spin bowling of Ravi Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja who shared 41 wickets in three tests but Hesson believes they will be more comfortable at home where spin will be less of a factor Hesson said the pitch at Christchurch’s Hagley Oval would have pace and bounce throughout the match and would likely be ideal for batting He believed any mental scars from the India test defeats have already healed and the batsmen would have the chance to return to form in favorable conditions “There was a period of having to deal with dented confidence but that was some time ago” Hesson said “At the time we needed to dwell on some of the areas we hadn’t performed well in and we’ve done that “We’ll be challenged by this Pakistan (bowling) attack there’s no doubt about that They’ve got an attack that suits all conditions around the world They swing the new ball they reverse it and they’ve got a very good spinner” New Zealand hasn’t beaten Pakistan in a Test series in New Zealand since 1985 and will again start as underdogs against the tourists who are ranked No 2 in Test cricket Captain Kane Williamson indicated opening batsman Jeet Raval will make his Test debut for New Zealand in Christchurch though the remainder of the lineup has yet to be decided Allrounder Colin de Grandhomme is also being considered for a Test debut and Todd Astle might return to the Test team as a specialist spinner after four years out Misbah-ul-Haq will captain Pakistan in a Test match for the 50th time and at 42 remains the nucleus of the Pakistan batting lineup with 37-year-old Younis Khan Pakistan has also yet to finalize its lineup but coach Mickey Arthur said he expected Hagley Oval to provide a “good fair cricket wicket” “We’ve got some pretty handy swing and seam bowlers as well” Arthur said “Istill think it’s going to be top seven (batsmen) versus top seven really because both sides possess really good bowling attacks in all departments seam swing pace and spin” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Geetanjali Gurlhosur | Mumbai | Published: June 19 2016 4:06 am Corina a lecturer of book-keeping and accountancy at BSGD’s Junior College maintains a mini-museum – as she calls it – of various East Indian items used by her family in the early days Top News LIVING IN an 80-year-old house in the Mobai gaothan of Vile Parle the Misquitta family proud descendants of Francis Juran Misquitta a brick manufacturer in the 1800s who was known for his durable bricks stamped with his initials ‘FJM’ are doing something unique to to hold on to their East Indian traditions FJM’s great-granddaughter Corina Misquitta Kudalkar (44) and her husband Chandrashekhar Kudalkar parents of two teenagers have long been preserving possessions of their great-grandparents and grandparents that they stumbled upon in their house since their marriage Corina a lecturer of book-keeping and accountancy at BSGD’s Junior College maintains a mini-museum – as she calls it – of various East Indian items used by her family in the early days Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “All this seems like rubbish but I do not mind keeping it I carefully checked every paper I came across in this house” said Corina The most precious things in the collection are a couple ledgers of the FJM company and a mould of the bricks Among other things in the mini-museum are differently-shaped storing and cooking vessels a compact mirror black veils worn to church a potato masher bullets of an old air gun ladles flasks a potato mincer a ghumat (musical instrument made from clay and lizard skin used in weddings) and a phorma (a big vessel used to bake cakes and cook piglet delicacies) The Misquittas have also preserved a wooden bed cabinet and a collection of their grandmother’s crockery in their Burma teak house which roofed four generations of the family Corina is grateful to her husband who convinced her to store the items instead of scrapping them “I was shocked to see such fascinating things in the house so I wanted to keep things in remembrance of my wife’s ancestors” said Chandrashekhar a manufacturer and supplier of firefighting and safety equipment He added “What you see is only 25 per cent of what we found We threw away a lot of stuff too” she said She reminisced “My grandparents used to own 38000 square feet of plot Eventually they lost parts of their land to tenants and government” FJM bricks were donated to the St Francis Xavier’s Church of Vile Parle St Teresa’s Convent High School of Santa Cruz St Stanislaus High School of Bandra and many such structures Having contributed in the East Indian exhibitions organised by Mobai Gaothan Panchayat Corina has also donated a few things to the Mobai Bhavan Museum at Manori “But I believe these things can be safe only in my house I want my children to preserve this house and its artifacts and cherish them as I have” said Corina Have a comment or suggestion for Once Upon A Time?

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