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The percentage of students receiving scholarships was higher for lower quintile classes. and an average of 28. you ask?A comprehensive victory and a final berth Having done all of that Dravid who had never won a World Cup as a player was gracious enough to say that if India go onto win the title it would be the players’ achievement and not his "I believe it is a player’s team and not really a coach’s team I have been a player long enough to know a coach can have only a certain amount of impact on a team It is really up to the players It is their World Cup their performances and theirs to win and lose We are there to help them as coaches and support them in their journey as cricketers I don’t really compare the two and I am not trying to win a World Cup because I haven’t won as a player" he was quoted as saying to The Indian Express The winning streak eventually came to an end in the summit clash but not before we saw a gritty knock from Sarfaraz Khan and an inspiring fight from the bowlers As wickets tumbled from the other end Sarfarazmaintained his composure and struck a fifty to ensure India are not bundled out for an embarrassing score (West Indies had them for 87/6 at one stage and Sarfarazguided them to 145) The defeat in the final was India’s first in a Youth ODI since 2014 and understandingly the heads were dropped with all the excitement in the build-up to the final vanishing in an instant At that moment Dravid inspired his wards with the words "You are the champions for me" Those words were enough to mellow the dressing roomdown India colts went onto win the Under-19 Asia Cup in December 2016 After Anil Kumble was appointed as the head coach of India in June 2016 Dravid along with skipper Virat Kohli and then limited-overs captain MS Dhoni met Kumble to chalk out a road-map for the future of Indian cricket The meeting focused on issues like domestic cricket set-up India A tours injury management and workload of the players The most important point however was reinforce the bench strength of the Indian cricket team As a result of which Dravid’s approach with India A team was slightly different He wanted to enure maximum players get promoted to the senior team and he did that effectively Hardik Pandya had struggled initially during India A’s tour of Australia in August 2016 and scored a patient 79 in the second unofficial Test which did a world of good for his confidence He made his ODI debut two months later and also earned maiden call-up to Test squad against England Pandya did not shy away from attributing his improvement to Dravid "For me everything changed after my tour of Australia with the India A team It is a tour that transformed me as a cricketer I can’t but thank Rahul Dravid enough for his contribution I understood that there is a mental aspect about the game that needs to be worked upon He (Dravid) made me mentally stronger" Hardik said to DNA Not only Pandya the likes of Manish Pandey Kedar Jadhav Karun Shreyas Iyer Yuzvendra Chahal Jayant Yadav have been a part of ‘A’ tours All of these players barring Iyer have played for India and acknowledged Dravid’s role in their enhancement Most recently 17-year-old Prithvi Shaw was the beneficiary of Dravid’s tenure During 2016/17 Ranji Trophy Mumbai were struggling to find an opener ahead of their semi-final selector Milind Rege was confused whether Shaw could be graduatedto domestic cricket However a phone call to Dravid changed his perspective as the India U-19 coach informed him that Shaw was indeed ready A debut was handed to Shaw and he impressed in his second outing with the bat itself as he slammed a century (120) and guided Mumbai to the final It is quite visible that Dravid’s contributions as India U-19 and A coach have been numerous Choosing that job over an IPL contract has just highlighted his determination to offer more for Indian cricket Washington: Frances Townsend a former White House counter-terrorism official may replace fired FBI director James Comey Frances Townsend Image courtesy: Twitter/@FranTownsend Townsend was spotted at the White House shortly before Comey was "terminated" on Tuesday six years ahead of the end of his term Townsend who served in the George W Bush administration as a White House homeland security and counter-terrorism adviser posted several photos on her Twitter and Instagram accounts snapped while inside the White House on Monday afternoon ABC News reported "Looking up and down the spectacular staircases of the #EEOB @WhiteHouse #DC" Townsend tweeted the following day Townsend met with President Donald Trump at Trump Tower last year when she was under consideration for a top administration job When asked if she was visiting the White House to discuss the appointment which would make her the first woman to occupy the FBI director’s office Townsend told ABC News she was in the Executive Office Building for an unrelated meeting and would not comment on whether she was being considered Written by Aniruddha Ghosal & Sweety Kumari | Bhangar | Published: January 19 2017 5:09 am The power grid sub-station at Bhangar Express photo by Partha Paul Top News While Bhangar was in the news for violent protests reportedly against the setting up of a sub-station of the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) agitators claimed that it was not the sub-station they were opposing but a grid that is part of the project and cuts through their fields for which most of them didn’t get “any” compensation Moreover they alleged that they were “tricked” through promises of electricity and kept in the dark about hazardous emissions that could have harmful effects on their children and themselves “First they said it will be a small power station Then we realised it is going to be a large grid with massive towers built on our land They said they were going to help us and provide electricity but instead the power will go to Bihar and north-east India No one told us that there are health impacts of this on us our farming and livestock” alleged Rahim Mollah a resident Watch what else is making news The 400/220kV sub-station that is at the eye of the storm is part of the PGCIL’s transmission line between West Bengal and Bihar which was built at a cost of Rs 1200 crore while the former cost Rs 300 crore Officials said PGCIL was building the transmission line with the ultimate aim of “enhancing electrical supply infrastructure” and the sub-station — with 1000MVA capacity — was “critical for supply of power in Kolkata and surrounding areas” Back in December 2013 the TMC-led state government which was at the time yet to acquire land for the project hit one of its first hurdles with farmers demanding more compensation The government in spite of its usual hands-off policy regarding land acquisition was acquiring the utility and negotiating with landowners who wanted more compensation Protesters said that the transmission lines from Rajarhat are likely to pass over 80 villages and then enter Pakur district of Jharkhand They also claimed that the sub-station is being set up on nearly 16 acres of “highly fertile farmland” at Khamarait One of the main reasons behind their agitation is that the land was acquired at a very low rate from the villagers who were paid Rs 2 to 25 lakh per katha in exchange they claimed By October 2016 the movement gained momentum as villagers tried to prevent authorities from setting up electricity towers on their fields “The innocent villagers have been influenced by outsiders who have told them that high tension lines create strong electromagnetic fields that may affect their health and environment badly Police have been asked to identify the outsiders and arrest them as early as possible” said an official of the state administration It wasn’t until early 2016 that PGCIl began work on the transmission towers on the fields According to its progress report dated March 2016 the only issues the work had been facing were limited to Jharkhand This protesters said changed with the construction of the towers allegedly done without the permission of the villagers who questioned both PGCIL authorities and the local TMC leadership about this “We got no answers and that was when we realised that we had been tricked We realised that SF6 (Sulphur Hexaflouride) and EMF (electromagnetic field) would be generated both of which will harm us and our children” said Kallu Sheikh an agitator The PSU (public sector unit) was constructing a total of 953 km (of which 480 km passes through Bengal) of 400KV double circuit 450 MW transmission lines to transit power between Rajarhat and Purnia in Bengal This officials said would help transfer electricity from NTPC power projects at Farraka in Bengal and Kahalgoan in Bihar According to sources work is nearing completion on the sub-station which is likely to be inaugurated in the next few months “It is almost 80 percent complete This would benefit the people here and at Rajarhat from both North-24 Parganas and South-24 Parganas In the last administrative meeting the chief minister had asked the power department to set up at least 300 more sub-stations to stabilise electricity supply in the state” said a government official Meanwhile the central transmission utility Power Grid Corp has sought cooperation from all stakeholders for completion of the Rajarhat sub-station amid protests by some locals “Considering the advantages of the Rajarhat 400/220kV sub-station project Power Grid Corp solicits cooperation from all stakeholders” it said in a statement on Wednesday while maintaining that land for the project was acquired at “market rates to adequately compensate locals” The statement adds that the sub-station has been created using “modern gas insulated switchgear (GIS) technology which requires about one-fourth of the land as compared to a conventional sub-station” It goes on to say that “GIS technology is safe reliable and requires less maintenance This technology is a proven technology with more than 5000 high voltage GIS installations worldwide already in use; including in developed countries like Japan UK China Russia USA etc Even in India more than 30 high voltage GIS installations are working as on date” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: September 27 2015 3:05 pm A judge has ordered the autopsy report of Bobbi Kristina Brown daughter of the late Whitney Houston be kept under wraps as police continues investigation involving her boyfriend Nick Gordon Related News The cause of singer Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s death has been determined but it will not be revealed to public by the Fulton county medical examiner’s office A judge has ordered the autopsy report of the 22-year-old daughter of the late Whitney Houston be kept under wraps as police continues investigation involving her boyfriend Nick Gordon reported Aceshowbiz “The Fulton County Medical Examiner has classified the cause and manner of Bobbi Kristina Brown’s death based on information available as of September 25 2015 However a Fulton County Superior Court Order dated September 25 2015 has been received Sealing the Autopsy Report and ordering theMedical Examiner to not release any further information to the public Share This Article Related Article “No further information will be available from the Medical Examiner at this time” the statement read Bobbi Kristina died in hospice care on July 26 after she was found unconscious face down in a bathtub in her Georgia home in late January She was laid to rest in New Jersey at Fairview Cemetery where her mother was buried For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: November 28 2015 8:24 pm “I feel lucky blessed to be working with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan I am excited as well as nervous about working with her She is a talented actress It’s a big film and a great opportunity for me as an actor” Darshan Kumar said Related News Actor Darshan Kumar who played Priyanka Chopra’s husband in “Mary Kom” feels lucky to be sharing screen space with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in an upcoming biopic on Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh Based on the story of Sarabjit who was convicted of terrorism by the Pakistani court the film will be directed by Omung Kumar “I feel lucky blessed to be working with Aishwarya I am excited as well as nervous about working with her She is a talented actress It’s a big film and a great opportunity for me as an actor” Darshan told PTI The biopic has Aishwarya playing the role of Dalbir Kaur while Randeep Hooda plays her brother and Sarabjit the protagonist Darshan will be portraying the role of Khalid Pervaiz a Pakistani lawyer who fights for Sarabjit’s justice “I have to learn his body language adapt how he talks and walks I will have to lose some weight We plan to meet the lawyer” said Darshan who was also seen in “NH10” This is Darshan’s second film with Omung “We share a great equation We know each other very well He is a very caring person” he added Darshan will start shooting for “Sarabjit” next month For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: December 26 2016 8:14 am Sebastian Coe revealed that IAAF will collaborate with AFI to start an ambitious coaching programme (Source: AP) Top News International Athletics Federation (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe says that India has the capability to host big ticket track and field events and he would love to see the prestigious Diamond League Meeting being held in the country in near future Coe who was in India early this year for his first visit to a member federation after taking over as IAAF chief said that the athletics events of the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games was a huge success and it showed that the country can host big international meets “Yes India can host big events because India staged the 2010 Commonwealth Games The athletics programme in the 2010 CWG was held in a world-class stadium and it was delivered in front of full houses virtually every session” Coe told PTI from London in a telephone interview “I know it is possible New Delhi also hosted the World Half Marathon Championships way back in 2004 and it was hugely successful So I am sure India is well capable of hosting big international events” Coe said when his opinion was sought on India’s capability to hold IAAF events including Diamond League Meetings “I want to see IAAF events coming to India It’s important IAAF increases its global footprint particularly for our big one-day athletics events (like Diamond League Meetings) Asia including India is an important market That will be where our focus is I would love to have a Diamond League event in India one day” he added Explaining the requirements for an event of the scale of a Diamond League Meeting to take place Coe said “It depends on the ability (of a country) to pull off various things together We need a clear criteria what constitutes a Diamond League event is It could be about crowd it could be about infrastructure it could be about local partnership it could be about broadcast “So it is about pulling all these things together We have two Diamond League Meetings in Asia — Shanghai and Qatar legs We are having a new Diamond League event in Africa in Rabat (Morocco) Qatar has done very successfully so does Shanghai So these (two) can be used as benchmarks” said the 60-year-old Coe a gold medallist in 1500m in both 1980 and 1984 Olympics Coe also revealed that the world athletics body will collaborate with the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) to start an ambitious coaching programme from next year to produce a large number of coaches by introducing IAAF certified Level 1 Level 2 and Level 3 courses in the country India has severe shortage of IAAF certified coaches and the programme is sure to give a boost in producing world-class trainers in large numbers India has just around 30 coaches who have passed IAAF’s Level 1 course while there are just a couple of them who have passed IAAF Level 2 course “Coaching is absolutely crucial in terms of developing athletics It’s really important India develops a framework of world class coaches I think they (India) recognise that The IAAF is helping India to introduce what we call Level 1 Level 2 and Level 3 courses India can develop their own pool of coaches can start their journey from that lower level to elite level coaches” Coe said “Also we are working on modules prepared by the IAAF with close collaboration with the SAI We signed an MoU and our focus is around the Center of Excellence in New Delhi The AFI led Adille Sumariwalla has been doing a good job in trying to gain attraction and interest for track and field events in India which has not always had the strongest foundations” AFI president Adille Sumariwalla who sits at the powerful IAAF’s ruling council confirmed that the IAAF will send qualified coach and trainers in February to conduct courses at the National Institute of Sports in Patiala and two other regional centers in Kolkata and Bengaluru “The IAAF people will train around 25 Indian master trainers who in turn will train other fellow Indian coaches We are hoping that at least 200 Indian coaches will be IAAF certified by the end of 2017” Sumariwalla said So far there is no facility for Level 2 and Level 3 courses in India and one has to go to the regional IAAF center in Jakrata to pursue these courses Coe also said that the IAAF will support initiatives like Asia-Pacific Athletics Circuit which has been proposed two years back “It is important to look at the timing and scheduling of the athletics events I know conversations have been already taking place between Oceania and Asian federations about how we can extend the season or may be even combine some other competitions so there is more seamless move from the Oceania programme in February-March into the early elements of the season in Asia “So we might be looking at the way our Diamond League Meetings are staged also making sure that what we do is making relevant in the whole course of the year and Asia can help just do that “Of course we will support area and member federation initiatives to do what we can to extend the season and make it relevant throughout the months of the year” Coe said that India need to have a robust programme to educate the athletes about doping as he felt that many dope positive cases in the country were due mostly to consumption of low level local synthetic drugs available over the counter “Doping is a global issue and it is not related to one particular country so we need to see this in a global way What is fundamental is that you need to have robust systems in place and we also need to have education programme In modern sport we need to challenge athletes to do what they need to do cleanly and with integrity That is best delivered through education programmes “Let me make this point that before Adille (Sumariwalla) became president of AFI there were only about 100 dope tests conducted a year in Indian athletics Now it is over a thousand and if you have a more intensive programme of testing you inevitably are going to catch more athletes (of doping) “As I discussed with AFI officials the vast majority of drugs caught as being used by Indian athletes are not sophisticated drugs They are mostly low level local synthetic drugs available over the counter of chemists So I restate the importance of education programme Education is key in dealing with this issue I think AFI is actually making a very good effort to introduce education programmes and to increase the number of testing in a much more robust environment” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News download Indian Express App ?

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