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His image will come to question with every political move he makes." said Congressman Matt Salmon,the two revealed that they were facing domestic problems and came to the Metro station with the intention of committing suicide, Singh said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMajority had predicted it well before even the first ball of the ODI series had been bowled and it was generally accepted that the task was near-impossible; only a cricketing miracle of biblical proportions could help the visiting Pakistan team trouble Australia in their own backyard The experts and fans were right in the end With the exception of one game where Pakistan displayed glimpses of their potential the visitors struggled to stay competitive against an Australian unit which steamrolled its way to a convincing 4-1 series victory Pakistan’s Test series had earlier ended in disaster with a 3-0 whitewash by the home side Given that the five-day format is Pakistan’s stronger suit the manner of their capitulation in Tests was a possible hint of the worse to come from the ODI side which was ranked eighth in ICC’s ODI rankings File photo of Pakistan’s Azhar Ali Reuters Furthermore the loss of tall fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan due to a family tragedy who was supposed to provide the bounce to trouble the home batsmen and the return of Sarfraz Ahmed to Pakistan to look after his ailing mother were not the ideal start to the series that Azhar Ali and his men needed Given the build-up to the series and Pakistan’s reputation as a below average ODI side it was nothing short of a shock to the home side when they were reduced to 5-78 in the first ODI with David Warner scoring a meagre seven runs But then only as Pakistan can do the Australians were given a generous let-off as they lifted themselves to 268/9 With a score of that magnitude the current Pakistan batting line-up did what it does best to lose the game by 92 runs Mohammad Hafeez who hitherto had struggled to find a place in the team was promoted to captain in the absence of injured Azhar Ali and in the second ODI achieved nothing short of a miracle as he led the team to a six wicket victory in Melbourne; the same ground where a victorious Pakistan team had lifted the 1992 World Cup By now parallels of a ‘Cornered Tiger’ style revival were being drawn and the word “momentous” being used freely to describe this victory which levelled the five-match series at 1-1 The Mohammad Hafeez magic which had threatened to drive Pakistan to another victory soon disappeared in the third ODI in Perth where the visitors’ lack of finishing power in batting came to the fore handing a modest 264 run target to the Australian side Babar Azam (84) and Sharjeel Khan (50) had provided glimpses of what could have been achieved on a mostly docile surface but the remaining batsmen were not up to the task Australia captain Steve Smith then came into his own to chase down the target with relative ease to put the home side in the lead again in the series Questions had been raised about Azhar Ali’s suitability as captain and the dip in his batting form If there was a time to show his leadership and prove his detractors wrong it had to be in the fourth ODI in Sydney If Azhar was looking for some help from lady luck he was in for a surprise From multiple dropped catches to some bizarre bowling by his most trusted bowlers to David Warner’s return to form with a century nothing went right for the beleaguered Pakistan captain The visitors duly lost the fourth ODI by 86 runs and ceded an unassailable 3-1 lead to Australia with only pride to play for in the final game in Adelaide In the final encounter of the series the home side won the toss again and it was clear that David Warner was not taking any prisoners By the time he got out for a breathtaking 179 off 128 balls the outcome of the game was looking to be a mere formality with Australia posting 369/7 in their 50 overs The exuberance of youth is a term oft-mentioned in sports and if there was an example of that in action it came from Babar Azam’s brilliant hundred Placed under tremendous pressure by the asking rate the twenty-two-year-old Babar combined with Sharjeel Khan to offer a glimmer of hope to his side The game and series did reach its inevitable end though as Pakistan were bowled out for a credible 312 with Babar ending up as the highest run-scorer for the visitors with 282 runs to his name in this series In addition his hundred at Adelaide was only the second by a Pakistani batsman away against Australia which is an achievement itself The fast-scoring Sharjeel Khan was also not far behind with 250 runs and alongside Babar showcased the talent that Pakistan have in their ODI side The importance of both batsmen to the Pakistan sides of the future is very clear and in Mickey Arthur’s words their presence will be “pivotal” for the future makeup of the ODI teams In the bowling department Mohammad Amir flattered to deceive but improved considerably on his Test performances as he took eight wickets in the series However if there was one bowler who impressed all with his attitude and perseverance against tough odds (and David Warner) it had to be the twenty-two-year-old Hasan Ali who topped the wicket-taking charts for Pakistan with twelve scalps to his name The batting with a few exceptions failed to make the kind of impressions that was needed for Pakistan to stay competitive on this tour Part of the problem was the inability to break the shackles of low strike-rates although the constant challenge of facing above average targets also put pressure on an already frail line-up So how does one explain Pakistan’s failures on this trip to Australia Mickey Arthur and Misbah-ul-Haq have both identified fatigue and constantly playing away from home as key factors but there is no denying that Pakistan’s ODI decline is not a new phenomenon From doubtful team composition to the choice of captain there are issues which need to be addressed as soon as possible by the selectors and PCB management A measured approach to analyse faults and then bring in deserving new faces would be the way forward but given Pakistan cricket’s track-record in such matters changes to appease an angry fan-base and driven by knee-jerk reactions is more than likely The 4-1 loss to Australia confirms that changes are urgently needed; changes to the approach changes to the fitness levels of the players changes to the mindset and changes in personnel China to halt new projects in pollution ‘red zones’ | Reuters World Reuters Sep 21 2017 07:03:19 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 21 2017 07:03 AM | Updated Date: Sep 21 2017 07:03 AM Tags : By: PTI | Sarawak | Published: January 19 2017 6:58 pm Ajay Jayaram will next face Indonesia’s Anthony Sinisuka Ginting (Source: PTI) Top News Top Indian shuttlersSaina Nehwal and Ajay Jayaram continued their good run andreached the quarterfinals of the season-opening MalaysiaMasters Grand Prix Gold London Olympics bronze-medallist and former World No 1Saina brushed aside Indonesia’s Hanna Ramadini 21-17 21-12 ina 42-minute contest The top-seeded Indian will next faceeighth seed Indonesian Fitriani Fitriani India vs England live score Sixth seed Jayaram meanwhile staved off a challengefrom Chinese Taipei’s Hsueh Hsuan Yi 21-12 15-21 21-15 at the Sibu Indoor Stadium The 29-year-old Indian will next faceIndonesia’s Anthony Sinisuka Ginting However it was end of the road for women’s doubles pairof Aparna Balan and Prajakta Sawant as they suffered a 18-2114-21 loss against the second-seeded Chinese Taipei combo ofChiang Kai Hsin and Hung Shih Han In men’s doubles Rio Olympians Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy seeded third also bowed out of the tournament after losing 17-21 21-18 12-21 to the Indonesian combo of HendraAprida Gunawan and Markis Kido Arjun M R and Ramchandran Shlok also lost 14-21 17-21 toHong Kong’s Law Cheuk Him and Lee Chun Hei Reginald in anothermen’s doubles match The Indo-Malaysian mixed doubles pair of Prajakta Sawantand Yogendran Khrishnan also suffered a 17-21 17-21 defeat toeighth seed Yong Kai Terry Hee and Wei Han Tan of Singapore to end their campaign Newly-formed pair of Jwala Gutta and Manu Attri toocouldn’t get past the sixth seeded Indonesian combo of TontowiAhmad and Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja 18-21 10-21 to crash out ofthe event For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 8 2016 5:17 am International Airport Chandigarh Top News THREE PEOPLE including a woman were arrested on Sunday evening after their car crashed through barricades at the highly fortified Chandigarh International Airport and reached the arrival area Police said the driver of the car was under the influence of alcohol Watch what else is in the news Police said the car driver who was accompanied by two people did not stop even after police deployed in the outer area of the airport tried to stop them It was the first security checkpoint that the accused ignored before entering the airport premises which was closed on Sunday as there were no flights since afternoon due to the repair of the runway According to the police the incident happened around 7 pm on Sunday evening Police chased and arrested them near the arrival area of the airport Those arrested have been identified as Sumeet Saini a Sector 30 resident of Chandigarh Trikha Kalsi and Sonu Singla also residents of Chandigarh Police said Saini the driver was driving under the influence when he rammed his car into the barricades “We have arrested all the three people and produced them in court today” said Inspector H S Bal SHO Chandigarh Airport adding that the accused also misbehaved with the police Bal said preliminary investigation has revealed that the accused were returning from a party “We are also investigating why they came to the airport area When the car hit the barricade our people chased and caught them immediately” Police said one of the accused owned a paint company and the other two were also in the same business For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News0 degree Celsius which was five degrees below normal.

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