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I believe in being happy about my work. it has been Blaszczykowski who has answered the call to keep Poland unbeaten. when Earth is at war with the Kaiju, The PMC has set the eligibility criterion of beneficiaries of all its financial assistance scheme at Rs 1 lakh annual income. Munif was working under one Feroz Sayed, I am the first to admit I don’t know how to do it all,” For all the latest Entertainment News, At home,Kohli-led India swept aside New Zealand for a whitewash and now against England another series win looks to be a prospect with the home side already up 2-0 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 9 2016 6:05 pm Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara put on 107 runs for the second wicket as India trail by 254 runs (Source: Reuters) Top News India made a strong reply with the bat after off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin picked up yet another five-wicket haul as the hosts reached 146 for 1 on the second day of the fourth cricket Test against England After Ashwin took two more wickets today to return with innings figures of 6/112 Murali Vijay (70 batting) and Cheteshwar Pujara (47 batting) led a solid Indian reply to England’s first innings 400 all out with a 107-run stand for the unbroken second wicket to help the hosts take the Day 2 honours India 2-0 up in the five-match Test series now trail England by 254 runs with nine first innings wickets in hand on a Wankhede Stadium track offering copious turn and bounce to the spinners Opener Vijay rediscovered his form with an elegant knock of 70 not out while in-form number three Pujara continued to torment the visitors with his impeccable judgement with his bat in making 47 not out as India closed the day with their nose ahead on 146 for 1 in 52 overs The duo’s unfinished second wicket partnership of 107 runs came from 228 balls and it was their seventh 100-plus stand in Tests and second of the series after the double century stand in the drawn series opener at Rajkot Earlier Indian spin twins Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja claimed all the 10 wickets between them to bowl England out for 400 in the visitors’ first innings 22 minutes into the second session Ashwin bagged 6 for 112 with his off-spin his 23rd five-wicket haul in his 43rd match while left-arm spinner Jadeja claimed 4 for 109 as the tourists were all out in the post-lunch session Ashwin has now equalled legendary Kapil Dev’s tally of 23 five-wicket hauls in Test cricket to be behind just Anil Kumble (35) and Harbhajan Singh (25) Opener K L Rahul (24) was out before Vijay and Pujara who had put on a stand of 211 in the series opener at Rajkot came together to consolidate the innings by negotiating the spin of Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid with aplomb India grabbed three wickets in the first session after England commenced at the overnight 288 for five and then claimed the last two wickets within six overs after lunch Jos Buttler was the last man to be dismissed for 76 the second-highest scorer after the 112 made by debutant opener Keaton Jennings yesterday He was bowled by Jadeja after he faced 137 balls and hit six fours and one six Jadeja had grabbed two out of three wickets in the first session — sending back Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid — after Ashwin had given the first break for the home side with the dismissal of overnight not out Ben Stokes for 31 Ashwin who had four scalps in his kitty yesterday added another wicket by dismissing the tall number 10 batsman Jake Ball (31 off 60 balls) who added 54 runs with Buttler for the ninth wicket a very useful stand Indian openers Rahul and Vijay started confidently against the pace attack of the visitors who tried to use the short ball to unsettle both without success Vijay who had got out on a few occasions in the series to the short ball aimed at his ribs negotiated similar threats with more conviction Vijay who scored 126 in the first innings of the series opener at Rajkot before going off the boil started with a superb drive past Woakes while Rahul also played pleasing drives — a back-foot punch square of the wicket off leggie Rashid — catching the eye Rahul however went for an ambitious drive against Moeen Ali on a track offering copious turn and was bowled through the gate for 24 after facing 41 balls England had brought on their double spin attack — Moeen and Rashid — after only seven overs after pace duo of Anderson and Woakes began the proceedings Vijay who batted sedately in the beginning started to attack Rashid after Rahul’s dismissal and stepped out to loft the bowler to the straight field twice — for a four followed by a six — in one over Post tea Vijay had one lucky moment when on 45 as he came out of the crease against Rashid missed the ball which spun and bounced past wicketkeeper Bairstow After that he completed his half century the 15th of his 46-Test career in 126 balls with the help of one six and five fours He has hit six fours and two sixes in his unbeaten 169-ball knock Pujara on the other hand continued to torment the Englishmen with his superb form that has secured him two hundreds and a half century coming into this match He has so far struck six fours in his 102-ball unbeaten innings Both Vijay and Pujara negotiated the spinning ball with aplomb using their feet to meet the ball or by playing late In the morning India picked up three England wickets quickly before the visitors fought back through the ninth wicket stand between Buttler and Ball The first session of play was eventful with the ball turning sharply and DRS called for on quite a few occasions by the home side India could have dismissed England had their catching been a little sharper on the turning track Ashwin had Stokes top-edging in the very first over of the morning but backward square leg fielder Bhuvneshwar Kumar reacted late to the opportunity and allowed the ball to hit the turf well in front of him Ashwin however did not have to wait long to send back Stokes but it needed a decision review call by the hosts to overturn the original decision of not out after he appeared to have edged to the slip fielder DRS confirmed that it had taken a thin outside edge of Stokes’ bat before going to keeper Parthiv Patel The wicket took Ashwin’s tally from the innings to five the 23rd time in 43 Tests that the 30-year-old off spinner had performed the feat It also broke the sixth wicket partnership between Stokes and Buttler that was threatening to becoming a big stand Jadeja got into the act and started making the ball grip and turn at the other end He first unsuccessfully reviewed a not out leg before decision by the umpire to leave the hosts without any DRS left in their kitty having already exhausted their quota But Jadeja got rid of the other batsman — Woakes — in his seventh over of the morning when he got the batsman to edge low to Patel with a ball that turned sharp Buttler was lucky as he edged Ashwin close to Kohli in slip when on 40 and it needed Jadeja to remove Rashid at the other end with an arm ball that struck the off stump as the batsman left it by shouldering his arms In three overs the left-arm spinner Jadeja had taken two wickets to leave England at 334 for 8 He should have had new batsman Ball too caught at slip but Indian skipper Kohli dropped a sharp chance Buttler went on to complete his half century in 106 balls and take England to 400 all out For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: October 19 2016 2:20 pm An open letter to Anurag Kashyap: You only brand media as bullies and headline seekers when you are facing flak for your comments and opinions Top News Dear Anurag Kashyap you say media is a bully looking for headlines Have you forgotten how this ‘bully’ stood up for you during Udta Punjab Let’s try and dissect your perpetual hate for the media You accuse us of looking for headlines when we reach out to you which makes me ask what exactly is a headline Simply put headline is something that you magnificently created by posting the Whatsapp screenshot containing the number of a female journalist who was only doing her job by trying to get an interview with you This headlining act of yours made sure the journalist’s personal number became public to a large number of strangers in the digital world the repercussions of which she had to face for the rest of the day That was the impact of your headline And talking about impact I am reminded of the infamous Udta Punjab row when our headlines helped your cause something that you now seem to have conveniently forgotten Just to spare you the trouble I have pulled out a few news ‘headlines’ that you had retweeted during that period and I will start with the one belonging to Indian Express On June 22 you retweeted: Udta Punjab leads to no outrage in Punjab there is only empathy http://s.tco/7F45bhwLLQ pictwittercom/CxXEEAqj4F — The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) June 22 2016 Rewinding a little one can see how magnanimously you have retweeted positive headlines of all film critics who heaped praise on Udta Punjab Little more down one will see a retweet of Times Now’s flash headline outlining the observations of the Bombay High Court in the Udta Punjab case Now let’s fast forward a bit You have retweeted all news items that praise your film Raman Raghav 20 Ditto with Akira Quite a predictable pattern So my question is – When did we become the bully When did we become a ‘headlines only’ hungry medium Didn’t we stand up for you your film and the film industry Didn’t we hail you for your extraordinary courage for raising voice against grave injustice being meted out to you by the CBFC But I guess those headlines were in your favour and hence you didn’t brand media then as ‘looking for headlines’ You were more than happy to give interviews attend press briefings and appear on various news channels You were willing to talk to us then and didn’t label our phone calls as a waste of time Why Just because we supported you and your cause needed us then And now when you are facing huge flak for your comments and opinions you want to hide behind the veneer of Twitter and not grant interviews and instead brand us as bullies and headline seekers I accept that you have the right to decide when to talk and when not to depending on which way the ball is swinging but in the case of the journalist who you chose to ‘expose’ you could have simply told her right at the start of the conversation when she wrote “You should talk Anurag”‘ that you are not present in your house That would have put an end to the so-called headline seeking act Also read |Anurag Kashyap clarifies tweets: I didn’t ask PM Narendra Modi toapologise Your tendency to warm up to the media when praised and shoo them away when criticised is reminiscent of the child who angrily walks away with the bat after being given out in a game of street cricket Today I believe not all of what you have tweeted posted or uploaded in relation to the ADHM controversy are praise-worthy and certainly not the part where you tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi Irrespective of whether you asked the PM to apologise or not let me tell you India is not a centralised nation where the power to take decisions is vested only in a single authority As a decentralised government powers have been disseminated to the middle or low-level administration Instead of trying your usual stunt of tagging Narendra Modi for every small issue you should approach the relevant authorities in the state which is exactly what Mukesh Bhatt and others did yesterday with great success Just to make it clear I complain because I expect my government to protect us I question the PM because I have every right to. “Three of anything is enough for me. “The moment I got to know that this scene… obviously any girl will have a bit of hesitation to go through such an ordeal even if it is acting.

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