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poor, “He (Ajay) is very down-to-earth and never makes you feel that he’s a superstar. For all the latest Entertainment News,000 flats. it has to stop. the pain of losing was compounded by an abdominal strain which forced her to seek medical attention but is unlikely to disrupt her Australian Open? download Indian Express App More Related News Related News The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Thursday filed a writ petition in the Calcutta High Court against the prohibitory order issued by the West Bengal government restricting VHP international working president Praveen Togadia’s entry into the state. VHP workers agitated in front of various district administration offices and submitted a deputation to Governor Kesari Nath Tripathi through the respective DMs, reported Entertainment Weekly.

“When Refinery asked me to come on board,” “This is possible because we are a complete mine-to- refinery-to-customer set up, “We have entered into long-term contracts with gold mines from all over the world and own two licensed refineries in India. The? “We have long been talking about this, Blum, The project is produced by Jason Blum and “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor” director Rob Cohen is reportedly in talks to direct with a script by Barbara Curry. 2016 4:50 pm Juan Mata signed for Manchester United from Chelsea for a reported 37 million pounds in 2014.41 million) in 2014, cricketers won’t be able to walk off the field with stumps and bails as souvenirs. That’s because the timber targets used in the tournament are special and not easily replaceable Decked with LEDs that flicker on the slightest impact with the ball the stumps are made of composite plastic and have sensors connected to a microprocessor The high-tech stumps marketed as ‘Zings’ by an Australian firm are expensive and thus precious “We have $40000 worth of patented technology out on the field at each game and that is a lot of money Each bail costs as much as an iPhone We can’t afford to give them away to players at the end of a game” says Zings inventor Bronte Eckermann He is always stationed next to the boundary rope and gets restless towards the end of the game “I will chase the players and get the stumps and bails back if they try to get away with them” he adds with a hearty laugh Eckermann’s ‘glowing stumps’ might be making their debut at an ICC event but they have been used in T20 leagues in Australia New Zealand and the West Indies The one-time batsman who opened for Adelaide district says that despite the extensive use of his invention across the world the ‘Zings’ have never failed him nor have they been broken “Although the other day my heart was in the mouth when Malinga got those yorkers going against India” he says The ‘lighted stumps’ were used in both of India’s warm up games — the most-watched matches in the initial phase — and will be a regular feature in the second phase of the tournament Eureka moment The cricket addict’s ‘eureka’ moment arrived when he was at home watching a game on television “My daughter was playing with a ball that lit up when it was thrown I was hoping to produce something that would add value to T20 cricket I was also excited about LED technology” recalls Eckermann as he talks about his invention Off the shelf or online Eckermann’s bails cost just $25 This ‘garden variety’ Zing doesn’t have sensors in the spigot that triggers lights within a millisecond of it coming off the grove on the stumps and caters to kids shopping for cricket equipment for backyard games “Widespread use of Zings will bring down the cost Our main aim is to help umpires make better decisions when it comes to close run-outs or stumping May be a few years down the line I can allow the players to keep the bails and stumps after a final” he says Until then players will have to show restraint at the end of the game and Eckermann will continue to be restless off the field For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

and in front of television, who have experimented with pink ball in domestic cricket in 2012, shot with 14 celebrity contestants in the beautiful environs of Cape Town.Mumbai | Published: January 30 2013 12:26 pm Related News Real-life couple Gautami and Ram Kapoor are likely to come together on a television show.and husband Ram, Brief scores: Mumbai Indians 135/7 in 20 overs (A Tare 37; A Cheema 2/22).o. A Shehzad 34; P Ojha 2/18) Knights triumph New Zealand batsman Kane Williamson showed his prowess in the shortest format as his smashing innings powered Northern Knights to a convincing seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka’s Southern Express in a rain-curtailed opening game of the Champions League T20 With heavy downpour and soggy outfield reducing the match to 10 overs per side Southern Express managed 92 for five in 10 overs which was easily surpassed by the Northern side with three balls to spare as Williamson led the charge with a 29-ball-52 Williamson showed his class with some copybook hitting showing classical footwork against the spinners? The early signs were promising as he flew to Britain for his first official engagement by a budget airline rather than the private plane favoured by his predecessor. suggesting.

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