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2014 12:59 am Related News Faced with a severe fund crunch and no immediate government help in sight due to ongoing general election, and Women and Child Development to protest the denial or drastic reduction of funds to critical national schemes under their charge. India had played a friendly against hosts? Home Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh to take stock of the situation in the two states and promised all help. A few months later, that each Indian be entitled to a minimum of 25 litres of water a day and, on the instructions of Akhilesh,a team was positioned near Lado Sarai bus stand and Pandey was arrested on October 15, DCP (South) Chhaya Sharma said Information provided by Pandey led police to Sharma and the two juveniles For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 3 2013 4:55 am Top News IKTAJ (4 for 8) and Aniket (3 for 12) produced superb bowling performances as St Anne’s Convent SchoolSector 32Chandigarh beat St Joseph’s Convent SchoolSector 44 by seven runs in a nail-biting final to win the UT Inter School Cricket Tournament for Under-14 boys at Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 26 (TM)on Friday St Anne’s-32 won the toss and chose to bat first Riding on Raj Kanwal’s unbeaten 15 and Rashandeep’s knock of 14 runsthey scored 74 runs in 20 overs For St Joseph’s-44the bowling honours went to Avneet Singh who grabbed four wickets for eight runs Chasing the modest targetSt Jospeh’s-44 batsmen fell like ninepins and were bundled out for 67 runs in 18 overs Karan top scored with 27 runs Iktaj and Aniket bowled well for St Anne’s-32 to steer the team to title win MeanwhileSaupin’s SchoolSector 32Chandigarh claimed the third spot MeanwhileGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 10Chandigarh emerged as the overall winners of the boys’ Under-17 in the Inter School Fencing competition being held at Government Model Senior Secondary School in Sector 10 The team garnered 54 points Shri Guru Harkrishan Public SchoolSector 40Chandigarh came second with 16 points while Bhavan VidyalayaSector 27Chandigarh finished third with ten points The hosts GMSSS-10 team claimed titles in the team epeefoil and sabre events SimilarlyAmitSumit and Harshall of GMSSS-10emerged winners in individual foilepee and sabre events respectively Meanwhilein inter school chess competition in Under-14 age category held at Government Model High SchoolSector 38Chandigarhthe first position went to Delhi Public SchoolSector 40 The second and third places were claimed by St Kabir SchoolSector 26 and St Stephen’s SchoolSector 45respectively DAV SchoolSector 8finished fourth Similarlyin the inter school softball tournamentAnkur SchoolSector 14registered an easy 12-2 win against Government High SchoolSector 11 in girls’ Under-14 category In the same age categoryGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 35was thrashed 1-11 by St Anne’s SchoolSector 32 Meanwhilein Under-17 age categoryGovernment Model High SchoolSector 39outplayed Government Girls Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 20by 15-5 and Government Girls Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 20 registered a comfortable 12-2 win over Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 37 In the boys’ sectionGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 35 defeated Government Model High SchoolSector 37 by 18-10 while AKSIPS-41 recorded a facile 11-1 win over Government Model High SchoolSector 39 in boys’ Under-14 age category In the same age categoryGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 15 overcame Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 46 by 11-9 and Sri Guru Harkrishan Model SchoolSector 38 received walkover Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 44 In another matchGovernment Model Senior Secondary SchoolSector 33 thrashed St Anne’sSector 32 by 11-0 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKarachi: Pakistani players Mohammed Sami and Umar Akmal are in a fix after their names were reported in the media in the ongoing spot-fixing hearings of the Pakistan Super League A top official of the National Crime Agency of the United Kingdom gave a testimony to the three-member anti-corruption tribunal in the spot-fixing case via a video link last week after which it was reported in the media that he had also mentioned the names of Sami and Umar among players whose names are cropping up in the case PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan who is presently in London also took the names of Sami and Umar during a talk with a Pakistani newspaper Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal AFP But PCB legal advisor Salman Naseer refused to comment on whether the two players were under investigation or their names were mentioned during the testimony by the NCA official via video link "I would advise the media and everyone else to refrain from taking names of any players without official confirmation as it causes problems and so far I don’t recall anyone in the tribunal and board taking the names of these two players anywhere" he said When asked to confirm if it was correct the NCA official had taken the names of Sami and Umar during his testimony Salman said no comments For the two Pakistan players however the incident has already caused problems The fast bowler Sami who is in demand in most foreign T20 leagues for example has been asked by the organizers of the Caribbean Premier League whether there is any investigation going on against him Similarly the same question has been posed to Umar who is in London undergoing treatment for a knee problem Both players have been posed the questions after they were given clearance by the PCB to play in the CPL "From what I know Sami is upset because the organizers of the Bangladesh Premier League where he is in great demand and plays every year have also raised questions" a reliable source said So far the PCB has made no official comment but the two players are apparently trying to convince the board to clear things up publicly The PSL spot-fixing hearings have gone on since April and on Monday the legal advisor of the board Tafazzul Rizvi confirmed that the arguments and testimonies in the Sharjeel Khan case had been completed and both parties would now give written submissions by 29 July after which the tribunal would announce a verdict in a month’s time According to Rizvi the board was confident of getting a verdict from the tribunal against Sharjeel who is charged with meeting with bookmakers and agreeing to play two dot balls with them during the first match of the PSL Soon after the first match Sharjeel and Khalid Latif were suspended and sent back home from Dubai by the PCB The PCB lawyer said the board had submitted strong evidence against Sharjeel and he had also admitted to most of the charges and the PCB would try to convince the tribunal to give him the most severe punishment available in the anti- corruption code However lawyer for suspended Pakistan test opener Nasir Jamshed who is also under scrutiny in the PSL hearings lashed out at the PCB in Lahore insisting that the evidence being shown against his client were a joke "Even in a banana republic you don’t depend on such evidence to prosecute someone" Hasan Warriach told the media He said the PCB was trying to save its officials and once the tribunal makes its decision his client would have the option of appealing in a superior court "We know what the outcome is going to be but I challenge the PCB to share their evidence with the media They don’t even have statements by the alleged bookmakers Yousuf and Mark" he said New Delhi:Zaheer Khan may not have been very effective in Delhi Daredevils’ IPL campaign so far but assistant coach Praveen Amre in Friday said the Indian paceman was leading the side well and takes responsibility of bowling in pressure situations Zaheer 37 has struggled to provide early breakthroughs in five outings and has managed to take only three wickets Against Gujarat Lions and Royal Challengers Bangalore he conceded 48 and 50 runs respectively in his four-over quota Delhi Daredevils captain Zaheer Khan AFP "Seniors are taking a lot of responsibility If you see Zaheer is bowling in powerplay overs He comes on in difficult scenarios bowls in pressure situations He himself comes and bowls the 19th over And he is handling the youngsters well" Amre who played 11 Test matches for India said ahead of their clash against Kolkata Knight Riders "Amit Mishra who is another senior player in the side also bowls when it is needed (most) So seniors are taking a lot of responsibility" he added Amre counted a lot of positives from the match against Gujarat Lions where they fell by just one run chasing 173 "We pulled back JP (Duminy) gave us that partnership (with Chris Morris) We played one of the great matches against Gujarat Lions In 10 overs they were 110 and the way we came back was great effort "Chris was unbelievable We maintained that required 12 runs over over run-rate It was amazing clean hitting The best part is that we got four Man of the Match awards in last five matches and we had a different hero every time and that’s a big plus" Amre also said that Daredevils were a team full of young players who are relatively inexperienced "It’s the youngest team (sic) in the IPL There is Rishabh Pant Shreyas Iyer and Sanju Samson who was Man of the Match in one of the matches There are areas to improve What we have learnt is that if we come close we can go deeper like in the last match" Asked if they are treating Saturday’s match like a revenge since they lost the first outing against KKR in Kolkata in a humiliating manner Amre replied in negative "First match is past For both teams it is a crucial game Pressure is also on them since they also lost their last match We are looking at our end" Amre said KKR have the advantage of having a left-right combination as openers but the hosts are prepared "They (Gautam Gambhir and Robin Uthappa) have been playing together for the last three years But we have plans We had plan against Suresh Raina too and we succeeded Obviously I can’t disclose what our plan is but we certainly have one" Malapadu: Harmanpreet Kaur’s half-century went in vain as West Indies eked out a 15-run victory over India to complete a 3-0 sweep of the T20I series Opting to bat West Indies scored a modest 139 for four from their allotted 20 overs but managed to restrict India to 124 for three Chasing 140 India lost their top-order cheaply to be reeling at 32 for three in 55 overs with opener VR Vanitha getting run out for a duck followed by Meghna Singh (19) and Smriti Mandhana (6) — both of whom were dismissed in the powerplay Indian women’s team after their defeat to West Indies Image courtesy: BCCI official website Veda Krishnamurthy (31 not out) and skipper Harmanpreet Kaur (60 not out) then consolidated the innings and batted together till the end of the match adding unbroken 92 runs for the fourth wicket But the duo’s effort was not enough to see the hosts through Krishnamurthy failed to hit a single boundary during her 40-ball knock struggling to keep up to the asking run-rate even as Harmanpreet managed to maintain a 100-plus strike rate hitting three fours and three sixes in her 51-ball innings India eventually lost by 15 runs with seven wickets still in hand Earlier West Indies got off to a strong start with openers Hayley Matthews (47) and Stafanie Taylor (44) adding 61 runs for the first wicket in 64 overs Matthews was the more dominating of the two and did bulk of the scoring Her 22-ball 47 included seven boundaries and a six before Poonam Yadav had her caught behind Taylor anchored the rest of the innings and remained unbeaten She also put on crucial partnerships with Kycia Knight (16) and Britney Cooper (11) Brief scores: West Indies Women: 139 for four (Hayley Matthews 47 Stafanie Taylor 44 not out; Poonam Yadav 2/25) India Women: 124 for three (Harmanpreet Kaur 60 not out Veda Krishnamurthy 31 not out) Delhi, sea and air blockade on Qatar on 5 June.