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?particularly during the ongoing rainy season. Now, Kapur,000 based on the old system.BCom online admissions, YESSSS! HAT-TRICK for @MoeenAli and we win by 239 runs #ENGvSAhttp://s.tco/a0qhO1p3jy pictwittercom/3vIKblgg5B — England Cricket (@englandcricket) July 31 2017 He then went for the review and was successful which led to wild celebrations by the home side With this win England retains the Basil D’Oliveira trophy irrespective of the result next match For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: August 4 2017 10:37 am The technology was used in the men’s College Cup final between Stanford and Wake Forest (Source: AP) Top News Despite purists who believe the beautiful game should never be sullied by video replay it has arrived and isn’t going anywhere Major League Soccer will start using it for every match even the postseason starting Saturday The Video Assistant Referee VAR for short was showcased on an international level during this summer’s Confederations Cup in Russia and the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea with mixed results But MLS has been preparing for this moment for three years determined to get it right “The idea is minimum interference for maximum benefit” said veteran referee Howard Webb who is overseeing the league’s implementation of video replay “We’re not trying to change the way the game is played We’re trying to enhance it We’re trying to make it fairer We’re trying to make sure the outcomes are right” Australia’s top-flight A-League used a version of video review on trial earlier this year and the South Korean K-League Classic began working with it in July At least two other top-tier leagues will add a VAR soon The German Bundesliga will debut video replay for the season opener between Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen on Aug 18 The Italian Serie A will also introduce its version after adding goal-line technology last season For now all eyes are on MLS and how it rolls out the VAR protocol The league has not publicly stated its investment in video review “We’ve seen some really big players _ and make no mistake about it MLS is a big player in the global soccer world _ make the decision to take it on board and undoubtedly we will be watched by the leagues that haven’t made the decision as well as the leagues that are doing it” Webb said “We are confident with our extensive preparation that what they’ll see will encourage them to do the same thing” Webb serves as manager of video assistant referee operations for the Professional Referee Organization which oversees on-field officials in the US and Canada He’s got the credentials: He was a Premier League referee from 2003-14 and also worked the Champions League and World Cup finals in 2010 He also served as director of referees for the Saudi Arabian Football Federation Soccer’s rule-making body the International Football Association Board approved trials of video technology in March 2016 Internationally live experiments are taking place in about 20 competitions this year including the recent Confederations Cup considered a test for the 2018 World Cup Implementation at the Confederations Cup drew criticism because of slow reviews that seemed to confuse players coaches and fans But FIFA concluded that video replay helped referees overturn six “game-changing decisions” Calls made in 29 additional “major incidents” were confirmed correct on review “What fans have been waiting for over so many years is finally happening This is a milestone tournament Video Assistant Refereeing is the future of modern football” FIFA President Gianni Infantino said after seeing the VAR at work in early-round matches in Russia It is expected that the IFAB will add video replay to the laws of the game within the next two years and any competition meeting the requirements will be able to use it For the MLS program a fifth member of the officiating crew _ the Video Assistant Referee _ will be at each MLS stadium and will monitor all video feeds of the game that are available focusing on “potential clear and obvious errors or serious missed incidents” involving goals penalty kicks straight red cards and mistaken identity If a review is required the VAR will alert the referee on the field who will make a box gesture with his hands to indicate the VAR is examining a possible error All final calls will lie with the head referee During 93 test games the VAR checked 736 possible reviewable instances resulting in just 28 reviews or about one every three games Real Salt Lake’s Brooks Lennon has seen VAR firsthand at the U-20 World Cup where he was part of the US team that advanced to the quarterfinals “There was one big call in the quarterfinal game where we had a goal scored against us and it was offside so they called it back” Lennon said “I think it’s good for the game and I think it will make right calls that are wrong” While MLS is considered something of a pioneer with the program at the professional level the NCAA successfully used video replay dozens of times last season A rules change last year allowed video replay in three situations: goals player identification for disciplinary reasons and to identify players involved in fights Schools are allowed to use whatever equipment they see fit The technology was used in the men’s College Cup final between Stanford and Wake Forest “So the first year we put it in it was right there for the whole world to see in the men’s Division I final” said Ken Andres the NCAA’s secretary-rules editor “It was utilized to determine whether or not there was a goal The ref determined on the field that there was no goal (he) went to the video and the video was inconclusive So the call of the field stands because we require indisputable visible evidence” Critics point mainly to issues involving communication because fans players and coaches are unable to see what is going on while in the stadium Some have suggested that video review be adapted to show what the refs are looking at on video scoreboards _ like other leagues including the NBA Webb is pragmatic in understanding that the VAR protocol may have to be adapted But the time has clearly come _ and the MLS can lead the way he said “Every time there’s a big controversy in a game we have the same conversation: Why don’t we have video technology Why can’t we use replays Why can’t we bring the game up to date with the way other sports have used the technology” he said “It is a challenge in soccer because of how the game is played that’s why it’s taken a lot of training and a lot of preparation” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Orlando | Published: October 6 2017 9:22 am The Americans have lost two home games in a World Cup cycle for the first time since 1957 (Source: AP) Top News Accustomed to qualifying for the World Cup with games to spare United States players realize another slip could cause them to miss next year’s tournament a circumstance that has swelled angst among a growing fan base “We need three points bad” star teenage midfielder Christian Pulisic said ahead of Friday’s qualifier against Panama “We want to come out flying” Fourth in the North and Central American and Caribbean region with two games left the Americans still can earn one of the region’s three automatic berths They likely will need a win against the Panamanians followed by a victory or a draw Tuesday at Trinidad and Tobago “I haven’t dwelled on what went wrong or what we didn’t do” defender Omar Gonzalez said Thursday before the Americans practiced in a warm rain “We all understand what needs to be done how we need to step out on the field the focus that we need to have the match intensity we need to have throughout the 90-minutes plus” The Americans have lost two home games in a World Cup cycle for the first time since 1957 2-1 to Mexico last November and 2-0 to Costa Rica last month their first defeat in 16 games since Bruce Arena replaced Jurgen Klinsmann as coach El Tri have clinched with 18 points and Los Ticos have 15 and are on the verge of securing a berth The US (nine) would vault over Panama (10) into third with a win Honduras also has nine points going into its match at Costa Rica on Saturday but the US has a plus-one goal difference to the Catrachos’ minus-seven CONCACAF’s fourth-place nation goes to a playoff next month against Australia or Syria tied 1-1 in their two-leg matchup heading into Tuesday’s game at Sydney “I think we have to be all more aggressive” forward Jozy Altidore said “It’s a matter of everybody just being a little more confident taking a little bit more risk in the final third” Arena who coached the national team from 1998-2006 before returning in November brought in a new temporary assistant this week _ Bob Bradley who succeeded him as US coach Bradley became the first American manager in England’s Premier League and has been hired to lead Los Angeles’ Major League Soccer expansion team that starts play next year He also is the father of US captain Michael Bradley “I can’t think of a greater resource to have available for us” Arena said Panama and the US have played four consecutive 1-1 ties including a March 28 qualifier at Panama City Fouls of Pulisic prompted Arena to criticize Mexican referee Cesar Ramos and say “I think Panama thought there was a bull’s-eye on his back” “It’s to be expected in CONCACAF” Pulisic said “They’re going to come in hard” Heading into his first international match since turning 19 on Sept 18 Pulisic has developed into the top American player since making his debut in Germany’s Bundesliga in January 2016 “He plays at Borussia Dortmund in front of 80000 people” Altidore said “He plays in Champions League against the biggest players biggest teams in the world He’s very relaxed He’s fine” While the US is seeking its eighth straight World Cup berth Panama is seeking to reach soccer’s showcase for the first time Goalkeeper Jaime Penedo defender Felipe Baloy and forward Luis Tejada are all 36 part of a talented generation running out of time Four years ago the US rested many regulars heading into its qualifying finale at Panama and the hosts were about 90 seconds from winning and advancing to a playoff against New Zealand Graham Zusi and Aron Johannsson scored in second-half stoppage time allowing Mexico to climb over Panama into fourth El Tri then beat New Zealand for a World Cup berth This time it is the US struggling to remain in contention “It’s a big occasion” Arena said “I don’t think I need to lecture our players on the significance of the game” Notes: Roberto Garcia of Mexico will be referee He was to have worked the March 29 match but got hurt … Nine Americans have yellow cards and with another would be suspended for the Trinidad game: Kellyn Acosta Paul Arriola DaMarcus Beasley Alejandro Bedoya Matt Besler Bradley Geoff Cameron Clint Dempsey and DeAndre Yedlin … The US clinched with one game to spare in 1997 2001 and 2009 with two left in 2013 and with three remaining in 2005 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Updated: September 20 2017 9:28 am Leicester City grabbed second-half goals through Shinji Okazaki and Islam Slimani to earn a 2-0 win over Liverpool AP Top News Liverpool failed to finish off a slew of chances and conceded a sloppy goal in a 2-0 loss at Leicester in the English League Cup arousing the ire of its frustrated manager Jurgen Klopp on Tuesday It is becoming a familiar narrative for the Reds in a disappointing month when they haven’t won any of their four matches Questions are now being asked the team’s efficiency at both ends of the field Liverpool over-ran Leicester in a dominant first-half display with Philippe Coutinho orchestrating the attacks from midfield But the visitors struggled after the Brazil playmaker was substituted at halftime of the third-round match in a pre-planned move from Klopp In another game-changing substitution Shinji Okazaki came on in the 53rd minute for Leicester scored 12 minutes later with a deflected shot after Liverpool’s defense was beaten to two headers and then laid the ball on for Islam Slimani to drive home a stunning second goal at King Power stadium “Second ball from a corner and a goal from a throw-in _ I’m sick of goals like this to be honest Unbelievable” Klopp said Referring to the first goal Klopp added: “We didn’t push up together _ I say it one time I say it a thousand times It’s not nice to concede these goals” Since beating Arsenal 4-0 in the Premier League before the international break Liverpool has been thrashed 5-0 by Manchester City and drawn 1-1 at home to Burnley in the league conceded late to draw 2-2 with Sevilla in the Champions League and has now been eliminated from the League Cup Klopp is easing Coutinho back to full match sharpness after the midfielder missed Liverpool’s first six games of the season officially because of injury and illness while he was the subject of three transfer bids from Barcelona Leicester couldn’t handle Coutinho’s passing and movement in the first half and only came into the game when he was off the field “They’ve got a world-class player in Coutinho” Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare said “I was very relieved when he went off” Liverpool finished the game having had 21 shots but only three on target Against Burnley on Saturday the Reds only scored once from 35 shots Tottenham was among the other Premier League teams to win on a night when top-flight sides mostly fielded fringe players for what is regarded as the inferior cup competition on the English calendar compared to the FA Cup SPURS EDGE THROUGH In another unconvincing domestic display at its temporary home of Wembley Stadium Tottenham beat second-tier Barnsley 1-0 thanks to Dele Alli’s close-range goal in the 65th minute Tottenham hasn’t won any of its three Premier League games at Wembley this season but has beaten Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League HODGSON’S FIRST WIN Crystal Palace scored its first goal since Aug 22 to earn a 1-0 win over Huddersfield and a first victory under new manager Roy Hodgson Bakary Sako was the scorer from a corner Palace has started the Premier League season with five straight losses and no goals the first time that has happened in the history of England’s top flight Hodgson replaced the fired Frank de Boer last week Defender Pape Souare came on as a substitute for Palace for his first appearance since breaking his jaw and thigh and picking up other injuries in a car crash a year ago STOKE BURNLEY ELIMINATED Stoke lost 2-0 at Bristol City and Burnley was eliminated on penalties by Leeds after a 2-2 draw as two second-tier League Championship teams got the better of Premier League sides Bristol City also knocked out a Premier League team in Watford in the second round Bournemouth West Ham and Swansea were Premier League teams to advance to Round 4 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Bhubaneswar | Published: August 11 2017 4:22 pm File Photo:A resident of Bargarh died of swine flu during treatment at VIMSAR at Burla in Sambalpur district Top News The swine flu toll in Odisha on Friday rose to six with two persons succumbing to the disease in the state official sources said A person undergoing treatment at SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack succumbed to Swine flu late last night informed the swine flu nodal office of the hospital The deceased hailed from Tirtol area in Jagatsinghpur he said A resident of Bargarh died of swine flu during treatment at VIMSAR at Burla in Sambalpur district today Meanwhile a report said at least two doctors one at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack and another at the Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar have tested positive to the H1N1 virus Yesterday as many as 24 samples were sent for investigation of which 13 tested positive taking the total number of H1N1 virus affected persons in Odisha to 84 Meanwhile the authorities of the Health department are mulling to administer vaccine to medicos and medical staff deployed at the swine flu ward in hospitals after two doctors tested positive for swine flu Swab samples of a doctor working at the Orthopaedic department in Capital Hospital and a junior doctor of SCB Cuttack were found positive for the vector-borne disease For all the latest Bhubaneswar News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 24 2017 2:11 am Top News Pinaki Talukdar associate professor of Chemistry at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) has bagged a bronze medal from the Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI) Talukdar who has been associated with IISER since 2005 has been largely working in organic synthesis of chemicals including supramolecular chemistry and biology Currently his team is working on developing fluorescent probes which will enable in detecting biologically-relevant species on earth CRSI is an umbrella body that works towards recognising and promoting quality of chemistry education in the country With over 1800 members the council organises programmes with sizeable international participation to promote chemistry and research in all its allied branches VG Anand of the institute was awarded this medal in 2016 For all the latest Patna News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 18 2017 2:00 pm Check out some of the close up photos of Sunny Leone Related News Bollywood actor Sunny Leone was famously known to be an adult film star before she found a place for herself in the Hindi film industry She eventually won accolades for standing up for her own self for being down to earth and establishing a connection with the people around her and for even being professional when it came to doing films Her first mainstream appearance was in 2005 when she worked as a red carpet reporter for the MTV Video Music Awards on MTV India The actor rose to fame in India by appearing in the Bigg Boss season 5 as a wild card entry Her flexible and smooth pole dancing on the show is still something all the viewers remember It had been Alia Bhatt’s father and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt who spotted the acting talent in her He even went inside the Bigg Boss house to offer her a film Sunny Leone ent on to make her Bollywood debut with Jism 2 She initially had to struggle to make a mark for herself as an actor but soon she improved in her craft Later in films like Hate Story 2 she came across as a better actor In no time she became the most popular actor in Bollywood In 2016 Sunny Leone’s dream came true She had the greatest opportunity to share the screen space with Shah Rukh Khan in Raees Bollywood’s other superstar Aamir Khan also readily agreed to do a film with Sunny Leone if his script ever demanded a character like her Haters like Rakhi Sawant were simply unable to swallow the respect she gained for herself in the industry Sunny Leone close-up photos: We love you Sunny For all the 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Chouksey,Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: July 5 2009 1:46 pm Related News Actor Shiney Ahuja has not admitted before court that he had consensual sex with his domestic help and taken a stand that he was being framed up on rape chargeshis lawyer Srikant Shivade said on Sunday “What the actor had said in his bail petition was that even if it is assumed for the sake of argument that he had consensual sexno offence had been made out against him” Shivade said In his bail petitionAhuja said”It is learnt that there were no external injuries on the personwhich is inconsistent with the story put forth by the complainant” 36-year-old Ahuja contended that he came from a good family background and denied consensual sex or rapesaying he was being “framed up” and was a victim of a “well-hatched conspiracy” to malign his image and extort money from him “It is a well-hatched conspiracy to malign my image and extort money from me The victim’s story of alleged rape is highly suspicious and doubtful as no external injuries were found on her person” Shiney’s bail petition said The prosecution argued that granting bail to Ahuja at this stage might hamper the probe as he was influential and might tamper with witnesses or even intimidate the victim Prosecutor R V Kini said police have a strong case against Shiney as DNA and medical reports have corroborated the victim’s allegations Ahuja was arrested on June 15 after his 20-year-old maid accused him of raping her in his Oshiwara home The actor is currently lodged at the Central Prison on Arthur Road and his judicial custody has been extended till July 16 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Mumbai | Published: May 29 2013 8:34 am Related News Actress Jacqueline Fernandezwho has been paired opposite Salman Khan in upcoming film Kicksays it is a dream come true to work with the “biggest star in Bollywood” The ex-Sri Lankan beauty queenwho featured this year in Race 2will be seen romancing Salman on-screen in the action flick to be helmed by Sajid Nadiadwalawho will also be making his directorial debut with the film “It is like a dream come true for me Salman is the biggest thing in Bollywood I feel lucky” Jacqueline said at an event here today Kick is remake of a 2009 Telugu hit of the same name It goes on the floors in July and is expected to hit theatres on Eid next year “It is too early to talk about the film It would be better if Sajid Nadiadwala reveals other details” said the 28-year-old who made her Bollywood debut in 2009 Jacqueline was also part of last year’s films like Housefull 2a comedy film directed by Sajid Khan She has also signed Sajid Khan’s next film but was not willing to share details about it Jacqueline also appeared reluctant to talk about her reported break-up with Sajid Khan For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 2 2017 5:38 am Top News THE MAHARASHTRA State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) conducted the first public hearing for the Maharashtra Samruddhi Corridor (MSC) in Nagpur on Tuesday Conducted after orders issued by the Ministry of Environment and Forests the hearing was for the 89-km stretch between Nagpur and Wardha where a total of 152004 hectares — 4922 hectares being forestland — would be required from 21 villages in Nagpur district and 34 villages in Wardha district Watch What Else is Making News “Connector and interchange pattern would be considered for the land and there are no ecologically sensitive areas in 15 km of project land Efforts will be taken to see to it that environment is not affected while constructing the road” said U J Dabe Superintending Engineer MSRDC He said the MSRDC would ensure that the environmental maintenance work gets completed in a set time format and that the details regarding environmental impact report would be available on the corporation’s website Responding to the concerns raised by farmers Additional Collector K N K Rao said “The state government has assured that the issues regarding land acquisition through land pooling etc industrial concerns and agricultural and environmental concerns will be addressed” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: October 10 2014 12:49 am Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography could open a new chapter in cricketing tell-alls (Source: AP File) Related News Former England captain and much-lauded batsman Kevin Pietersen’s KP: The Autobiography is populated by a cast of characters designed to reflect well on the protagonist And so among others we find a “sad sad bastard” “weak prick” and “mood hoover” Needless to say the recognisable real-life owners of those monikers are not pleased and are campaigning to have Pietersen’s book shelved under “fiction” instead Ex-teammate Graeme Swann the villain of the piece and the man at whom the double “sad” honorific has been aimed has dismissed Pietersen’s book as a “Jules Verne” adventure Another former England captain Michael Atherton detected a hazy Holmesian plot playing out on its pages Predictably perhaps Australian cricketer Ricky Ponting sounded a note of dissent backing Pietersen’s claim of being bullied by Swann and others Autobiographies are most often an opportunity for authors to present their version of events settling some scores along the way and the “truth” is difficult to ascertain KP is no different It may be a cricket book without much cricket in it but it is certainly explosive enough to be a bestseller: bullies backstabbers scapegoats and company men feature heavily in this expletive-ridden drama Pietersen acknowledges that “there should be more cricket in these pages” but he chooses to cater instead to fans hungry for dressing-room gossip Admirers of his skill such as those who call his 186 at Mumbai in 2012 the best innings by any away batsman ever can continue to speculate on what made him fearless Pietersen isn’t the first cricketer to pen a book with revenge and royalties on his mind But he has outdone previous efforts in insulting rivals and washing dirty linen in public Will his success see more vitriolic reminiscences and thus a murkier cricket story For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Andaleeb Wajid | Published: May 14 2017 12:00 am (Illustration: Subrata Dhar) Related News The past few days have been a blur because my son was giving his board exams and of course I could not let it pass without reminiscing about how I gave my own board exams Since he didn’t want to listen to my rambles about the good old days I’d been reminiscing on Twitter and every now and then an old forgotten memory popped up bright and clear in my head No I don’t remember a single math formula that has to do with integration or differentiation Don’t even get me started about organic chemistry What I do remember are little incidents that seemed so big back then Like the fact that I had to attend my cousin’s engagement ceremony the night before my chemistry exam Several other such tidbits of memory popped up some too personal to share but it had me marvelling at the human memory that keeps certain things suppressed for so long and voila one day it just hits you out of the blue Like this memory for instance Twenty seven years ago my father took us for Umrah (Mecca pilgrimage which can be undertaken by Muslims at any time of the year) during the month of Ramzan This was not as common back then as it is now when every other Muslim family tries to plan their Umrah during this month We were foregoing our usual vacations for this and while it was indeed a sublime and unforgettable experience there were several other little things that made that trip so memorable The first was the brief stopover we had in Bombay What I remember best about that short visit was how I sat by the window and looked at the streets outside for almost two hours (as early ’90s adolescents we didn’t have Candy Crush or smart phones) Before my eyes the almost empty streets transformed into a mela of sorts with carts and vendors filling up the pavements All sorts of delicious smells wafted across to my nose My mother promised we’d go and check out the food during iftaar so I was waiting for that I continued sitting there watching the streets and then saw something so amazing so funny that it was as if it had been scripted and enacted just for my enjoyment because I’m quite sure no one else saw it Among the many kheema samosa and chaat stalls and carts with heaps of dates there was a stall where a man was selling bottles of Rooh Afza I watched him for a bit and then looked around and then my eyes went back to him for some reason He had arranged the bottles in his stall in a pattern and was engrossed in talking to someone else With an almost cartoonish gait another man crept up on the other side of the stall slowly put one hand out sideways and took away one bottle I was left with my mouth hanging open as the man crept back without anyone noticing him I wanted to call out from the hotel window in dramatic fashion — “Stop Thief” But I didn’t because apparently it’s not that easy to shout when you’re shocked The man melted into the crowd and I sat back amazed that I’d seen it When my father came back I think I told him about it but I don’t remember his reaction My brother of course scoffed at me and I probably hit him for that But that’s all there was to it My mother took me out to the street after iftaar and I had my first taste of ragda patties on the street I don’t remember anything else about Bombay apart from that incident Of course my husband did not believe it when I told him about this incident when we visited the city years later “All that is fine But how can you remember it so well” he asked “You were only 12” Well like I said my mind has always been rather sharp when it comes to remembering apparently inconsequential events The thing is it wasn’t inconsequential to me back then It was a big story which I wanted to share with my classmates But by the time I got back from Umrah followed by a detour to Dubai where we spent Eid the story had lost its novelty and the immediacy of telling someone “look this is what happened” had somewhat dissipated It makes me understand why I love Instagram so much because it lets you document these things that slip away from your memory eventually unless they’re snared somewhere deep in your sub-conscious for no valid reason at all Anyhow being a writer with a vivid imagination is a drawback when it comes to recalling memories because sometimes people assume that I’ve just made it all up But how can I when sometimes truth is honestly stranger and much more interesting than fiction Andaleeb Wajid is a Bangalore-based writer For all the latest 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