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Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, agri-horticulture, John Saunders In another exciting encounter, 26, and the southpaw was caught a fraction short of his crease when the ball hit the base of middle stump at the bowler’s end.Planning makeovers?IEJune 24) But theres the danger of such a commissions churnings accumulating into another stockpile Its scope needs to be increased or other measures needed to cover several sections of people in public servicesconsidering Indias reputation for corruption Theres the risk of frittering away what such think-tanks generate Arvind Kumar Noida Fuel decontrol A fuel price rise looks imminent and the government would do well to bite two bullets and decontrol fuel prices and end all speculation Fuel is a global commodity; controlling prices of such important resources gives rise to malpractices and corruption Open up pricesgive retailers space to compete by creating a level playing fieldbe rational on taxes imposed on them to match international prices If international norms are followed and prices decontrolledit may actually benefit consumers Alsosince fuel is a natural resource of limited supplydue diligence must be practised on its use SN Kabra Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: December 30 2016 8:15 am Abhay Singh Chautala has offered to turn down the IOA life presidency role (File) Top News After playing hardball for a day over his appointment as life president of the Indian Olympic Association Abhay Chautala seemed to soften his stand a bit as he agreed to step down if the International Olympic Committee has reservations about it Former IOA president Suresh Kalmadi who had been appointed alongwith Chautala at an AGM in Chennai on Tuesday declined the post less than 24 hours later but Chautala had remained defiant But after the sports ministry slapped a show-cause notice on IOA and announced that it will have no dealings with it till the appointments were reversed and even some IOA members expressed their displeasure the Haryana Olympic Association president seems to have relented but with conditions “I wish to thank the IOA for nominating me to the ceremonial position of Lifetime President and I have already informed the President IOA through a separate letter that if IOC is not favourably inclined to my taking over as Hon Life President after the (IOA) President has had an opportunity of discussing this matter personally with IOC I will be pleased to sacrifice my position in the best interest of Indian sports sportspersons good Governance transparency and cleanliness in India sports” Chautala who has been charge-sheeted in a disproportionate assets case said in a statement He asked IOA president N Ramachandran to meet IOC officials to sort out the matter “I am given to understand that in the AGM of Guwahati in 2015 where I was not present IOA had resolved that certain amendments which have only been made in India and are not applicable to other countries should be taken up by IOA with IOC The AGM in Chennai was informed that IOC was extremely busy with Olympics and therefore this matter could not be discussed for a period of one year “I have noted that the AGM (in Chennai) has now requested the President to take up this matter with IOC to have a complete understanding on whether people who have been chargesheeted under Indian Law for political reasons not connected with sports can be kept away from active management of sports or not The AGM has given three months’ time to the President to discuss this matter with IOC” Chautala said The Haryana strongman said he has already sacrificed once when he had to step down after his election to the post of IOA president prompted the IOC to de-recognise the Indian body He claimed that the amendment in the IOA constitution barring chargesheeted individuals from contesting elections was the handiwork of “vested interests” “I have always served sports selflessly and will do everything for promotion of sportspersons and sports Although I was elected President of IOA in 2012 I decided to sacrifice this position in 2013 when vested interests from within India were able to influence an amendment to IOA Constitution On account of this amendment I decided to relinquish the post of President IOA in the best interest of Indian Sports” Chautala claimed He highlighted the workdone during his time at the helm of the erstwhile Indian Amateur Boxing Federation and the medals won by India at the Olympics “We have very fond memories of Vijender Singh becoming the first bronze medallist in boxing in 2008 in Beijing Olympics when I was President of IABF I was also pleased that Mary Kom won a bronze medal in 2012 London Olympics Indian boxers brought laurel by winning medals in all 10 weight categories including six gold medals in CWG 2010 Indian boxers constantly won medals in almost all of the major multi–disciplinary Games and International Boxing Championships during my tenure as IABF President” Chautala also used the opportunity to take potshots at sports minister Vijay Goel who had termed the appointments “unacceptable” and asked both sports administrators to either resign or the IOA to remove them He raked up the controversy of Goel’s conduct during the 2016 Rio OLympics “I am personally aware of the conduct of the Minister of Sports at Rio Olympics where IOC had questioned the behaviour of the minister and his associates and threatened to withdraw his accreditation I do not wish to dwell more on this subject as I do not want to embarrass the minister as well as the Sports Movement in India If necessary I will brief the Prime Minister on this issue of Rio Olympics” he said Meanwhile the deadline for replying to the sports ministry’s show-cause notice expires on Friday but IOA said it will first consult IOC on the matter “The IOA president is out of the country he is in New Zealand We are not replying tomorrow on the show-cause” an IOA official was quoted as saying by PTI “Moreover we cannot directly reply to a show-cause notice like this Under the Olympic Charter the IOA enjoys autonomy and independence from government interference We will first consult with the IOC on this notice before thinking of replying” he said “Normally we would not have replied on such a notice but may do so after consultation with the IOC” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: November 19 2016 11:47 am Trent Boult had figures of 3/18 at stumps on Day 3 in the first Test against Pakistan (Source: AP File) Top News Trent Boult grabbed three late wickets after Neil Wagner collected his 100th Test victim to put New Zealand firmly in control of the first match against Pakistan at the close of the third day’s play on Saturday The visitors were reduced to 129 for seven in their second innings a lead of 62 runs with Asad Shafiq on six and Sohail Khan on 22 at Hagley Oval in Christchurch Until the last 45 minutes on play the visitors had taken the day’s honours by inching into the lead and setting themselves up to build on Sunday Boult however took the catch to dismiss Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq (13) then got the wickets of Azhar Ali (31) Sarfraz Ahmed (2) and Mohammad Amir (6) giving his side the chance to finish off the Test on Sunday and take a 1-0 lead in the two-match series The 30-year-old Wagner had earlier become the second fastest New Zealander to the 100-wicket mark achieving it in his 26th Test Richard Hadlee the country’s most prolific wicket taker with 431 took 25 Tests to reach 100 Pakistan’s seamers had dragged their side back into the game when they captured seven wickets in the first session to bowl the hosts out for 200 Sohail (3-78) Rahat Ali (4-62) and Amir (3-43) shared the wickets after the hosts had resumed on 104 for three only to be bundled out with just a 67-run lead Pakistan were content to slowly chip away at the deficit losing opener Sami Aslam for seven just after lunch Azhar and Babar Azam continued to grind away until well into the final session before Wagner’s short-pitched tactics paid off when Babar gloved a ball down the leg side to wicketkeeper BJ Watling to become the left armer’s 100th Test wicket Wagner then captured the prolific Younus Khan (1) with a perfect bouncer that he was unable to avoid and the ball flew through to Watling to leave Pakistan in trouble at 64 for three Azhar who scored a triple century against West Indies in Dubai last month guided Pakistan into the lead when he deflected Wagner past gully for a boundary before he and Misbah looked to consolidate Misbah however was caught in the deep by Boult off Tim Southee for 13 before the left armer took three wickets in three successive overs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MK VENU | Published: November 18 2009 3:41 am Related News Sometime ago we asked if Barack Obama was black or white Now we are wondering how green he isgoing by the way the US establishment has already given up on a legally binding global agreement on climate change at Copenhagen Howeverthe American president needs to be complimented for eschewing hypocrisy and stating upfront that nations are not yet ready for a single binding treaty instrument which seeks to adopt important features of the Kyoto Protocol while ensuring a differentiated treatment to developing economies like India and China for the emission cuts they might undertake Plainly putin all negotiations so farno breakthrough could be reached on how the developed world would commit adequate compensation to economies like India and China for legally committing reduction in carbon emissions going forward Prime Minister Manmohan Singh clearly spelt out last week at the India Economic Summit that a reasonable agreement would be possible only if the developed nations committed themselves to adequate capital and technology transfer to facilitate emission reduction by the developing world It seems the United Statespartly for its own selfish reasonsrecognised the logic of this proposition In recent weeksit was perceived that India was getting pressured by an unduly climate-change proactive Obama administration Those fears must now stand somewhat mitigated On the contraryby putting off a final binding agreement at CopenhagenObama has possibly ensured that some of the key principles of the Kyoto Protocolwhich were reinforced in the Bali Action Plancould get a fresh lease of life In the current negotiationsthe emerging economies were apprehensive that a single internationally binding instrument at Copenhagen might have diluted some of the critical elements of the Kyoto Protocol which mandated differentiated responsibility for the developed and developing worlds aimed at giving adequate carbon space for the latter In some waysObama has ensured that economies like China and India may get more carbon space even as they autonomously lay down their own nationally appropriate carbon development path Other climate sensitive nations like Australia too have recently proposed that mitigation commitments and actions must be determined by national circumstances So there can be a spectrum of efforts, We think we weep for the single soul who scorched our skies,actress Sana Saeed has resumed her tryst with acting after 14 years in Johar’s film ‘Student of the Year’.

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