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The company on its own behalf has launched a nationwide bee-keeping training programme at its Lee Bee International Institute of Beekeeping & Agro-Enterprises (IBA).early last year,which will inevitably aid my breathing.they added.Aayush Munot (9), 2016 3:51 pm David Miller is hopeful that their win against Pune Supergiants will give their campaign the required push after back-to-back defeats. “They (bowlers) just need to realise that whatever happens in the first and second over (should be forgotten). and they should focus on the third and fourth overs The comeback is very important “Obviously I briefed them (bowlers) that they should be ready mentally at any stage Mohit Sharma bowled exceptionally well Guys were really strong and they stuck to their plan and it was good through the middle over” he said Miller is hopeful that their win against Pune Supergiants will give their campaign the required push after back-to-back defeats against Gujarat Lions and Delhi Daredvils “It’s a good feeling to be honest Nice to beat a team like that Every team is a difficult team and this is a great win for us We hope to the some good momentum with that Nice feeling for the camp to get off the mark” he said On the middle-order issues he said that the opening pair has done exceptionally well in the last three games so credit to them “We needed 50 of 40 balls Shaun was unlucky and I would have played that shot probably ten out of ten times It’s just one of those things where you mishit the ball Maxi (Maxwell) pulled off a great a innings there nice confidence for him as well All in all I think the guys did really well” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: February 22 2016 9:58 pm Arsene Wenger says people in the stands feel they can get away with anything Related News Arsene Wenger said some English soccer fans feel they can get away with anything inside stadiums when asked for his thoughts on recent coin-throwing incidents on Monday Last weekend’s FA Cup ties at Reading and Chelsea were marred by coins being thrown at players scenes that Wenger described as disgraceful “For years people in the stands feel they can get away with everything” Wenger told reporters at a news conference ahead of the first leg of Tuesday’s Champions League last-16 tie with Barcelona “The media played a little part in that You are insulted regularly from the stands and people feel they can’t be punished Then it goes a step further “The incidents over the weekend were a disgrace and just not acceptable” In the most serious incident West Bromwich Albion’s midfielder Chris Brunt was struck underneath the left eye by a coin thrown from one of Albion’s own supporters after their surprise 3-1 defeat at second-tier Reading on Saturday On Sunday Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink condemned some of the club’s supporters after they threw coins towards Manchester City players after they celebrated an equaliser in a 5-1 defeat Chelsea said they would work with police to identify the culprits and ban them from Stamford Bridge West Brom also promised the “severest of sanctions” if they identify the supporter who left Brunt with a cut on his cheek For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | New Delhi | Updated: December 6 2015 7:51 am Ajinkya Rahane (L) and Virat Kohli shared a 133-run unbeaten stand to guide India to 194/4 at stumps on Day 3 in New Delhi (Source: AP) Related News India were 57 for four and despite the cushion of their big first- innings lead it was South Africa who had the momentum Yes Virat Kohli and first-innings centurion Ajinkya Rahane were at the crease but the packed Feroz Shah Kotla was nervous One run later came the moment Tahir bowled a beautiful leg-break that dipped on Kohli who tried to steer it to third man Neither forward nor back he seemed to have edged it to the keeper The South Africans appealed hard and the umpire Bruce Oxenford obliged after giving it a long hard look The umpire got an even longer and harder stare back from the India captain with a couple of words thrown in for effect Kohli who was convinced he hadn’t edged refused to move at first but had to walk off He was stopped in his tracks though as Oxenford went upstairs to check if it was a no ball The crowd erupted as multiple TV replays showed that Tahir’s front foot had landed on the crease with no part of it behind the line And they also showed that Kohli hadn’t nicked it Two wrongs — the decision and the delivery — had made one right Divine justice done Kohli walked back to the crease with trademark swagger South Africa and Tahir couldn’t believe their luck MS Dhoni if he was watching this game would have sympathised with Hashim Amla The former India Test captain had faced numerous such times on the road when Murphy’s Law followed his team like a curse Here it was Amla who must have been left wondering why everything that could go wrong was going wrong It was a huge moment for Kohli It’s one thing to win a series as a captain but tongues would have wagged had he failed again with the bat It was the second time in this Test match that an Indian batsman had survived because of no-ball after Vijay got a reprieve off Kyle Abbott in the first innings Fast bowlers can be pardoned for front foot no-ball but for a spinner to overstep is indefensible Tahir may pay for it in the near future He has taken a five-wicket haul in the series yet Hashim Amla doesn’t seem to trust him too much Now with off-spinner Dane Piedt bowling beautifully against India Tahir may not be an automatic choice when the South African selectors sit down to pick the team for the home Test series against England Costly error In the immediate context of the game also the let-off cost the Proteas dearly They would go through the motions for fifty more overs threatening occasionally but there wouldn’t be any other wicket for them all Saturday Kohli would make 83 and the tenacious Rahane would survive a fiery spell from Morne Morkel for an unbeaten 52 Morkel who didn’t get any wicket in the first innings despite bowling well was virtually unplayable He was hitting immaculate line and length getting the ball to climb and reverse on a slow and low track He had removed Murali Vijay with a vicious bouncer and taken out Rohit Sharma for a golden duck knocking back his off stump After lunch he broke the resistance of Shikhar Dhawan with a deadly toe-crusher Dhawan saved his foot in the nick of time from the yorker that came out of nowhere with an angle but couldn’t protect his leg-stump At the other end Imran Tahir castled a well-set Cheteshwar Pujara with a full and fast Afridisque leg-break after the batsman hung back on the back foot It was around then that Tahir overstepped and allowed Kohli and by extension India to break away The 299-ball 133-run partnership between them — the first stand of hundred-plus in the series — would take India to 190 for four and 403 overall after Day Three It may look enough given that South Africa struggled to go past 100 in the first innings Still with so much time left in the game a grind of at least one more session looms ahead for the visiting team’s bowlers as India will aim to bat the Proteas out of the game on Sunday Contrasting styles Kohli and Rahane’s was a fire and ice combination — the former positive early on despite a rather poor series while the latter extra watchful despite coming off a rather fluent 127 in the first innings On the slow track Kohli was playing a fraction late Runs were not easy to come as the South Africans were relentless early on in his innings While Rahane put his head down and grinded it out Kohli was quick to put the bad balls away At one stage between the 50th and 60th overs Rahane made only two runs to take his score from 21 to 23 while Virat hastened his first half century in eight innings with back to back boundaries off Dane Piedt after tea With a single off Dean Elgar in the 57th over Kohli reached the mark in 70 balls The celebration wasn’t boisterous — only a half-wave of the bat — even though it must have meant a lot For while Kohli the captain got a 2-0 scoreline after three Tests lack of runs must have been nagging him The hundred run partnership came in the 70th over and Kohli had made 70 off them in 120 balls Having faced exactly as many deliveries Rahane was on 31 It was old-fashioned Test cricket In the stands newspapers and books were out some discussed politics and business over coffee Rahane pulled their attention back to cricket towards the end as he came out of his shell and played a few strokes en route to his fifty By now however the roles had reversed and Kohli had become more vigilant and defended everything that was thrown at him Together they took the sting out of the South African attack as paceman Kyle Abbott who took five wickets in the first innings but toiled for none in the second later admitted “If you look at their partnership I think they have scored only at a strike rate of 40 When there is not much happening and the batsmen aren’t taking too many wickets it gets even harder” he said after the match “As soon as you push a batsman to play some hard shots on any sort of deck you are in with a chance But they played very much within themselves that made it harder for us Even when we tried to tempt them they either left it or pretty much patted it back It’s quite frustrating but it’s Test cricket at the end of the day and we are testing our skills and our patience” South Africa weren’t tested as much as they were tortured It was the good cop/bad cop routine For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthere were at least two or three riots every decade. Even the BRTS failed in Delhi while it has been a success in Gujarat. There has to be an atmosphere for healthy growth And it has only existed in Gujarat because Delhi does not have a leader who can provide such an environment?

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