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India have the resources in players and finances to hire the right coaches, when their French manager marks his 1,073 were declared passed.Bijendar Singh, The video, who said dharna was a “protest under law” and “unlike (those held by) BJP and SP who have the habit of violating law”, targeted the state government on “poor law and order” and the “rise in crimes against women” About party chief Mayawati’s absence a leader informed “she is in Delhi to raise the issue of vegetable hoarding in the Rajya Sabha” Interestingly as the BSP’s dharna closed peacefully BJP’s Mahila Morcha took the same spot later in the day to protest against the law and order situation only they appeared to be proving the BSP’s claim of being in the “habit of violating law (through protests) Accusing the state government of being “unable to control incidents of crime against women” BJP workers blocked the road leading to traffic jam on the main Vidhan Sabha Marg for hours For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Raipur | Updated: November 27 2015 9:07 am Captains of all eight teams unveil the World League Finals trophy in Raipur on Thursday Related News They’re in Raipur but with Rio on their minds An Olympic test event got underway in the host city of next year’s Games a couple of days back But to all assembled in the Chhattisgarh capital there’s little doubt where the actual test event is happening “These teams will be in Rio as well So this is the real test A big test” says India captain Sardar Singh putting special emphasis on ‘real’ and ‘big’ On Thursday the eight captains stood in a semicircle unveiling the World League finals trophy none taking their eye off it The other seven echoed Sardar’s sentiments In all practical terms the World League finals which gets underway on Friday is the final major tournaments before the Rio Games The Champions Trophy is scheduled to be held in Argentina next April but its proximity to the Olympics means that most teams are likely to send their second string sides None want to risk injury or fatigue so close to the Games So Raipur has become a playground for the year’s top eight teams to test themselves one last time on a big stage before stepping on the biggest stage of all next year in Rio It adds a fascinating dimension to the tournament especially for India who look most stable than they have in last 12 months – both in terms of the coaching staff as well as players This time last year Roelant Oltmans had taken interim charge of a team that was reeling from the shock of seeing Terry Walsh being fired This year the Dutchman has been given the full charge but not before another coach Paul van Ass was asked to leave But Oltmans who took charge at a precarious time with just a year to the Games has managed to steady the ship India’s resurgence To be fair the Indian team has enjoyed a decent run this year barring the Van Ass episode The former Holland coach brought structure to the team and with his astute sense of man-management brought out the best from the players Oltmans has continued from where Van Ass left Under him the team has made steady progress winning the test series against New Zealand Spain and France; and holding Australia 1-1 in a three-match series But there’s little doubt that the World League finals is his biggest test It will be clear in the next 10 days how much India has improved in the last four months under Oltmans Little surprise then that Oltmans is treading carefully not promising much on the eve of the tournament “The whole team wants to see the best results but we also know that every game is different and results cannot be predicted” Oltmans says India are ranked sixth in the world as per the latest FIH rankings It’s the highest they’ve been in nearly a decade They have languished between ninth and 13th for a major part of the last 10 years Oltmans isn’t the one who usually refer to rankings But this he says is an indication of progress the team has been making Some glimpses were visible during the three-match test series against Australia last week India who were swatted by Australia in every meeting matched their opponent move for move It’s always risky to judge a team from its performances in friendlies especially against a world champion team that would not have played all its cards But there were some takeaways for India The coordination between the forwards and communication between the goalkeeper and defence looked much better Structurally the team looked solid while fitness too looks a non-issue However the inability of the strikers to convert the chances they created continues to remain a concern Whether India’s recent resurgence continues during the World League has been one of the biggest talking points in Raipur But the hosts by no means are the favourites Eyes on Australia Holland That tag without much surprise will go to world champions Australia Graham Reid’s side has added more weight to their stature in the last 18 months winning the World Cup convincingly and hardly putting a foot wrong since They stumbled at the Champions Trophy last year in Bhubaneswar but that was because the side was in transition With an eye on Rio They have come to Raipur with a full-strength squad like almost every other team In form and with plenty of firepower in their ranks Holland too start as one of the favourites Under Argentine coach Max Caldas who replaced Van Ass the Oranje won the European Championships by thrashing Germany 6-1 in the final They are contenders for the title not just here but also are strong favourites for the gold at the Olympics next year Germany and Belgium have come with new coaches Valentin Altenburg has replaced Markus Weise as Germany’s manager while New Zealand’s Shane McLeod takes over Belgium’s reigns from Dutchman Jeroen Delmee Both teams are using this tournament to get in sync with the new coach’s philosophies ahead of the Games next year “It’s difficult to adjust immediately when a new coach comes in But that’s the reason the World League finals become so important for us With Olympics so near this is an important phase for us” Germany captain Moritz Fuerste says Fuerste may be talking about Germany but that goes true for all teams They may be in Raipur But all they’re thinking about is Rio For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: February 13 2014 3:55 pm Related News Director: John Lee Hancock Saving Mr Banks Cast: Emma Thompson Tom Hanks Colin Farrell Paul Giamatti This is a film by Disney on Walt Disney and on the making of one of Disney’s most-beloved films So don’t be surprised at the spoonfuls of sugar Saving Mr Banks comes with That Thompson still holds her own as the irascible P L Travers the author of the Mary Poppins books till the moist-eyed happy ending is to her credit altogether And that’s despite the hamhanded identification of the Mary Poppins story with Travers’s own as a girl being raised in a small Australian town somewhere in the Outback Hancock the director of Oscar-winning The Blind Side (which was as un-subtle about manipulating its audiences) keeps switching between Travers as the girl Helen in 1901 in Australia’s Allora Town and Travers in Los Angeles in 1961 Nobody can miss the parallels between Helen’s loving father who calls her a princess and imagines himself as a Celtic poet at heart but is actually a drunkard not able to look after his three young daughters and his helpless wife and Mr Banks of the Mary Poppins story But the film based on a script by Kelly Marcel and Sue Smith underlines that with almost every scene explaining almost each worry line on Travers’s face to the pain she carries for her father (played by an excellent Farrell) You are also clearly pointed out the contours of how the Mary Poppins character took shape in Travers’s mind It’s the same baggage — her father telling her that money was a bad thing — that has made Travers hold out Walt Disney’s offers for 20 years to make a film on Mary Poppins But now the money is running out and so she agrees to come to the Disney studios and work on the project as long as she has the final say in the script Her conditions include no songs no cartoons and she won’t let Mary become a flimsy floozy her eyes closed to reality Saving Mr Banks is about how Disney wins Travers over even as she works out her conflicting feelings about her father learning to separate her love for him from her anger What we get are two actors realising exactly what is needed of them and excelling in what they do best He is arms-wide-open fatherly jovial all-American generous friendly avuncular She is stiff formal totally English (“she’s actually Aussie” they later exclaim) almost regal easily offended and as quick with offences Disney is an irrestible force — as many would vouch — and Travers rather considers herself an implacable object When the twain meet Disney sidesteps the fireworks with a deftness that comes from being a successful businessman It’s a delight to watch the wooing of Travers by the Disney team including the scriptwriter of the Mary Poppins film Don DaGradi and the lyricist-musician duo of the Sherman brothers She spars over everything from Mr Bank’s moustache to the dancing penguins and it’s a nice observation into what an artist feels letting go of his or her life’s work One can see the little girl in that ageing woman almost at every turn In Hanks Disney is a man as proud and as confident of his own achievements complete with a glint in his eye a spring in his step and pre-signed visiting cards in his pocket as he takes a squirming Travers on a tour of Disneyland Much liberties have obviously been taken with what happened over those meetings in Los Angeles and you can’t help the sneaking feeling that an old woman may have found herself helpless against the Disney behemoth However in this Disney world Travers is not just along for the ride For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 30 2014 9:08 pm Younis added 208 runs with Azhar Ali (101 not out) in an unbroken third wicket partnership (Source: File) Related News Younis Khan’s prolific bat continued to torment Australia as he struck his third successive Test hundred to put Pakistan in a commanding position on day one of the second and final Test on Thursday The former captain whose twin centuries in the first Testsecured Pakistan’s 221-run win in Dubai extended his red hot form to hit an unbeaten 111 and help Pakistan to a strong 304 for two wickets at the close Younis who turns 37 next month added 208 runs with Azhar Ali (101 not out) in an unbroken third wicket partnership to boost Pakistan’s chances of securing their first Testseries win over Australia in 20 years Australia’s bowlers struggled on a flat wicket that offered little for their pacemen while their spinners rarely troubled the nimble-footed Pakistan batsmen Captain Michael Clarke constantly changed field settings often employed unusual fielding positions frequently rotated his bowlers and finally had a go himself but it all proved largely fruitless To make matters worse Australia exhausted both their reviews trying to get Younisleg before wicket after their appeals had been turned down One shot that symbolised Pakistan’s complete dominance was Younis’s slog-swept six off Nathan Lyon in the 74th over that took the batsman to 86 Younisstruck Glenn Maxwell over his head for a boundary to bring up his 27th Test century and underline his stature as the lynchpin of Pakistan’s batting lineup Younis who also hit 10 boundaries in his 155-ball knock found an able ally in Ali who overcame occasional discomfort to score his sixth Test century before bad light stopped play After Pakistan won a crucial toss on the dry and slow track at Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Zayed Stadium off-spinner Lyon dismissed Ahmed Shehzad (35) in the morning session and paceman Mitchell Johnson denied Mohammad Hafeez (45) his half-century after lunch before Younisand Ali started dishing out the punishment Steve Smith created some half-chances in the final session with his leg-spinners but could not craft a vital breakthroughAli who had offered a sharp chance to Smith at short leg off Lyon could have been caught at slip or at short mid-wicket as well but on both occasions the ball died short of the fielders Ali’s resolute 223-ball knock included six boundaries Pakistan retained the same 11 who featured in their 221-run victory in the first Test while Australia made two changes dumping their two-pronged spin strategy that backfired in Dubai Paceman Mitchell Starc came in for left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe who bled 219 runs for his four wickets in the first Test All-rounder Maxwell who bowls off-spin replaced number three batsman Alex Doolan who managed scores of five and zero in Dubai For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News 2014 8:36 am A placard put outside the Assembly questions the rising incidents of crime against women in state,Howrah-Delhi Express.

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