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A few months ago,joblessness and relationship issues also call us, Zachariah said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFootball Federation Australia will seek a fresh start for football’s governing body FIFA and vote for Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein as its next president FFA Chairman Frank Lowy said Thursday Lowy is in Zurich Switzerland to attend the FIFA Congress amid a vast corruption scandal engulfing world football’s governing body FIFA was rocked on Wednesday with the arrest of several of its officials on corruption charges but it was adamant that its congress and leadership vote would go ahead as planned this week File picture of Prince Ali bin al Hussein Getty The Asian Football Confederation a key ally of FIFA president Sepp Blatter and the Confederation of African Football have both insisted Thursday that the FIFA congress and presidential election should go ahead as planned But the European confederation UEFA said the election should be postponed Lowy speaking in Zurich after a round of meetings said it was time for ‘profound change within FIFA’ "FFA believes that profound change within FIFA is needed as soon as possible to address issues of governance and transparency" Lowy said in a statement released in Australia late Thursday "This belief will be reflected when Australia casts its vote in the Presidential election should it proceed on Friday in Zurich "The Board of FFA has reviewed the manifesto for change proposed by Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein and believes it provides the basis for a fresh start for FIFA" Prince Ali bin al Hussein of Jordan is the only rival to embattled FIFA incumbent Blatter should Friday’s election take place AFP Birmingham: India captain Virat Kohli on Saturday termed the worry about getting a perfect bowling combination in place as a "good headache" to have going into ICC Champions Trophy opener against Pakistan "I think that’s been on my mind in the last five or six days The most out of anything else you know who to play because in both the (warm-up) games all the guys have bowled beautifully and the attack looks really balanced But how they come into the equation as apart from an all-rounder you can only play four bowlers" Kohli said at the pre-match press conference "There are all kinds of possibilities —two spinners two fast bowlers three fast bowlers Hardik and a spinner So we will see what the wicket is like and what we feel is going to match up well against the opposition The intensity was right up there (during warm-ups) and that’s something that was really nice to see for me as a captain It’s a good headache to have" said Kohli India captain Virat Kohli leaves a training session at Edgbaston ahead ofInd-Pak Champions trophy clash AFP Cliched as it may sound Kohli finds an Indo-Pak match just like any other match "Nothing different to be honest I know it sounds pretty boring but this is exactly what we feel as cricketers We are not saying anything different to what we feel And for us it’s a matter of executing what we know best regardless of who we are playing against And I’m sure every team thinks like that" He added: "So in a tournament like this you can’t pick and choose and in general cricketers don’t pick and choose We prepare the same way and we take the same mindset into every game that we play for India "And as I’ve said before you need to be 100 per cent motivated playing for the country regardless of who you’re playing with So yeah the mindset does not change" Kohli agreed that since India do not play Pakistan regularly there could be an element of surprise but players should be equipped to react to the situation "As a team I think yeah they (Pakistan) can surprise you because as you said you don’t play against them so much But you know of their abilities So you are not too aware of how they react in different situations All you can do in that situation is focus on your skill which anyway you should do as a team" he said As a part of preparation process Kohli believes in keeping it simple while some others do their homework watching videos "As individuals some people like to watch videos and go through bowlers and batsmen and all that Some people don’t I personally don’t If a cricket ball has been bowled you should be good enough to handle it whether it’s bowled by someone you play regularly or you don’t" Kohli loves the challenge from an unknown entity "You would rather take that up as a bigger challenge that you’ll have to come up with the kind of bowling that you don’t play often "And you have to test yourself against that kind of attack and say I’m going to come out on top and you know prove to myself how good I can be when surprises like these come along" Kohli said Kohli termed both Edgbaston and Oval wickets as good strips as no total can be safe "When we played at The Oval I think it was a little bit different from Birmingham The game I saw yesterday (Australia vs NZ) the ball was coming on pretty nicely" he said "The bowlers found it difficult and that’s why I think they had different feels right in the powerplay at the beginning of the game "So that becomes a big factor in terms of especially the bowling attack where you’re going to execute what you want to and how to contain the batsmen I don’t think in shorter format cricket any total is safe in this day and age" he explained Written by Express News Service | Published: June 8 2012 2:42 am Related News ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad High Court on Thursday refused to quash the criminal proceedings going on against former state cabinet minister Nand Gopal Gupta Nandi in the court of judicial magistrate (Allahabad) The matter pertains to bouncing of a cheque Passing the ordera single judge bench of Justice R D Kharehoweverdirected the court concerned to expeditiously hear the matter without giving unnecessary adjournments The complainantAmar Nath Vaishyahad alleged that he had supplied cement worth Rs 15 lakh to Nandiwho was then a minister in the BSP government Howeverthe cheque issued by him was dishonoured by the bank concerned For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Nottingham | Published: July 13 2013 12:14 am Related News England lost two wickets in a tense morning session Friday to move to 157-4 at lunch on the third day of the opening Ashes Test against Australia for a lead of 92 runs at Trent Bridge Kevin Pietersen made 64 from 150 balls with 12 fours before bowled after playing on to James Pattinsonending a 110-run partnership with Alastair Cook Australian teenage debutant Ashton Agarwho made a world record 98 for a No 11 batsman on Thursdayclaimed his first Test wicket when Cook’s leading edge was well caught at slip in a one-handed effort by Michael Clarke The England captain made 50 from 164 balls with two fours Ian Bell was 20 not out and Jonny Bairstow unbeaten on 13 at the interval England resumed on 80-2and after two days of unrelenting drama the first hour was comparatively slow if no less nerve-wracking Pietersen brought up his 50 with a drive off Starc in the 50th overand Cook whipped Agar through midwicket to bring up the century partnership in the 54th But there were few chances until Pietersen dragged Pattinson onto his stumps on the final ball before the drinks break three overs later with 121 on the board Cook reached his 50from 164 ballswith a single from Agar But the 19-year-old left-arm finger spinner removed him in the 60th with an off break that Clarke took high over his head to leave the total on 131-4 The dismissals slowed an already pedestrian run ratebest exemplified by Shane Watson bowling 34 balls before England managed a scoring shot against him Australia wasted its final referral in the 69th overclaiming an lbw decision against Bairstow from a ball that was drifting considerably down leg side The two batsmen saw out the session and the test remains finely balanced Ashtonishing It has been a fantastic debut for Agar so far While his selection over Nathan Lyon came as a shock on the opening day of this first TestAgar left his doubters speechless with an incredible knock as a number 11 batsman And todayhis main art as a left arm spinner was brought to the fore YesterdayAgar fell agonisingly short of becoming the first Test match number 11 to score a century as he frustrated England with a record-breaking 98 on the second day of the Ashes opener at Trent Bridge on Thursday It seemed England would have a commanding first innings lead as Australia collapsed to 117 for nine in reply to the Ashes-holders first innings 215 But 19-year-old Agar went on to make the highest score by any Test No 11surpassing Tino Bests 95 for the West Indies against England at Edgbaston last year Together with fellow left-hander Phil Hughes (81 not out)Agar shared a 10th wicket Test record partnership of 163 to take Australia to 280 That topped the previous last wicket record stand of 151 held jointly by Brian Hastings and Richard Collinge for New Zealand against Pakistan at Auckland in 1972/73 and Azhar Mahmood and Mushtaq Ahmed for Pakistan against South Africa at Rawalpindi in 1997/98 Brick by brick Left-arm paceman Mitchell Starc then followed up by taking two wickets in successive balls to leave England floundering at 11 for two But England captain Alastair Cook (37 not out) and Kevin Pietersen (35 not out) rebuilt the innings with an unbroken stand of 69 that left the hosts 80 for two at stumps a lead of 15 runs Australia resumed on Thursday on 75 for foura deficit of 140 runsafter an overcast first day where seamer Peter Siddle rocked England with five for 50 But the second day saw sunshine and blue skies which promised better batting conditions for Steven Smith38 not out overnightand Hughes James Andersonwho on Wednesday had gone past England fast bowling great Fred Truemans record of 307 Test wicketsmade the breakthrough Thursdayfinishing with his 14th five-for For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: November 3 2016 8:37 pm Kasper Schmeichel played all 38 of Leicester City’s Premier Legaue game last season (Source: Reuters) Top News Leicester City will be without Kasper Schmeichel for an extended spell after the goalkeeper fractured his hand during Wednesday night’s goalless draw with FC Copenhagen the Premier League club said on Thursday The Denmark international picked up the injury in the first half of the Group G encounter in Copenhagen but played on regardless helping his team become the first in Champions League history to keep clean sheets in their first four games The 29-year-old who played all 38 of Leicester’s league games as the 5000-1 outsiders won the title will see a specialist once the squad returns to England on Thursday Leicester said on their website (http://s.wwwlcfccom) Second-choice keeper Ron-Robert Zieler signed from Bundesliga side Hannover in the close season is likely to start in goal against West Bromwich Albion in the league on Sunday For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 22 2016 11:02 pm Liverpool under coach Jurgen Klopp seek to quickly bounce back from their 2-0 defeat at Burnley Top News Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp called for his players to “stay calm” and does not expect to expect wholesale changes against Burton Albion on Tuesday as they seek to quickly bounce back from their 2-0 defeat at Burnley Much of the excitement generated by the club’s thrilling opening weekend win at Arsenal has been replaced by concern by their subsequent setback in a game in which they failed to score despite 81 percent possession On Tuesday they travel to Burton from England’s second tier in the League Cup a competition they have won a record eight times but now enter at an early stage because of their failure to qualify for Europe this season “Of course we respect the opponent so it’s not the moment to ‘rest’ players We won’t make seven or eight changes” said Klopp who last season saw his team lose the League Cup final on penalties at Wembley “We have to show we want to be in this competition It’s about respecting the game working hard” Liverpool have surrendered home advantage to their opponents who they have never previously faced because of continued building work at Anfield and face a third successive away game Klopp said he still doesn’t “feel good” about Saturday’s defeat but will be looking for an instant reaction from his players “We have to do better I lost a few games in my life and I accept that I will lose a few more in future You can lose a game The first game (against Arsenal) was good the second game not So what’s the truth now “Nobody wants the information we got from Burnley but we got it and now we have to use it and find a way to win We have to stay calm My job is to bring the players in and around the box with movement But then we have to use our skills in the most decisive area” Saturday’s defeat led to instant demands from supporters for Klopp to strengthen his squad ahead of the Aug 31 transfer deadline but Liverpool’s manager who has been seeking a new left back this summer refused to reveal his hand “We must look at these things without looking at the results Until Aug 31 everything is possible But we do not feel we cannot work with the players Getting in others is not the main thing to do” Burton are managed by Nigel Clough who expects the side he played for from 1993-96 to continue improving under Klopp “When he came here he reminded people that it took him two or three seasons at Dortmund But there are signs of encouragement that they will be back challenging for the Premier League If we score tonight it will probably because of luck and industry rather than great creativity” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News Last week, Given the price, Multiple sources told the publication that Bond franchise producer Barbara Broccoli has “just about persuaded Daniel Craig to do one more Bond movie”.

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