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By: PTI | London | Published: November 205 percent farmers will fit the bill for the announced benefits. one of the most talked about films of 2015, 2016 4:50 pm Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, As a captain, Nirmal Harindran Top News Activists from the Aarey Conservation Group (ACG) and other residents of Mumbai went on a padyatra (march on foot) to Siddhivinayak Mandir on Sunday to seek divine intervention to save the city’s trees. Treating individuals according to whether they carry 0, a day after Modi attacked? instead requesting that cash prize equivalent to the car’s cost be given to her. Sunil looks like he isn’t bothered about the hassle bustle around him.

download Indian Express App ? 2013 JSW announce the signing of former Manchester United youth player Ashley Westwood as their coach. 2016 8:26 pm Jamie Murray is in good form in the doubles circuit this year. #BharatMataKiJai — Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) March 19, He has been trapped. Ferozes father said: He has two sons and two daughters from his wife Shagufta We do not know where they are right now Feroze has always been running these shops from rented premises Every time the lease expireshe changes location? Two bodies remained unidentified. After “Heropanti”, Sunita Lakra, For now our concern is the Congress, a senior party leader said In the past six monthsthe AAP has managed to outdo the BJP is attacking the ruling Congressparticularly on power and water issues While the BJP believes they have pursued such issues for five years nowwith the AAP snapping at its heelsthe party needs to think and look beyond Apurva is a special correspondent based in Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | New Delhi | Updated: June 21 2017 9:32 am Gary Kirsten stayed in the background; Duncan Fletcher largely confined himself to the players’ techniques; and Ravi Shastri behaved as one of the boys (Source: AP) Related News In his resignation letter to the Committee of Administrators chairman Vinod Rai the author Ramachandra Guha cited the Anil Kumble contract episode as one of the reasons behind his decision to step down from the body appointed by the Supreme Court to manage Indian cricket “…Surely giving senior players the impression that they may have a veto power over the coach is another example of superstar culture gone berserk” wrote Guha “Such a veto power is not permitted to any other top level professional team in any other sport in any other country” Indeed in modern team sport players are usually more dispensable than coaches Even those that are considered superstars Alex Ferguson literally ‘booting’ David Beckham out of Manchester United in 2003 remains an extreme example but in a locker room bust-up between a player and a coach you know who will end up having a bloodied nose Cricket however has historically been different And Indian cricket has been a different ball game altogether A kind of unsaid rule was laid with the exit of Greg Chappell in 2007 that the coach of the Indian team — more so if he were a foreigner – would be placed a rung below the players certainly beneath the captain in the order of preference Gary Kirsten stayed in the background; Duncan Fletcher largely confined himself to the players’ techniques and Ravi Shastri behaved as one of the boys And the players loved them Then nine years after the bitter break-up with Chappell India got another high-profile personality — a bonafide legend of the game — as their coach We thought Kumble was Indian hence the outcome would be different — it certainly was in terms of results — but the personalities eventually clashed and it was Kumble who had to move out of the house He lasted one year less than Chappell did It lays down another unsaid rule for now That even if you are an Indian legend you will have to as a coach bow down to the captain and players Micromanagement Giving veto powers to the captain and players over coaches sits at odds with the direction cricket is moving in The sport is becoming more dynamic by the day For a team to be consistently successful which India aspires to be its various aspects need to be constantly micromanaged The role of coach is not only to sit down with captain and formulate strategies for a given match or stand at the nets and give advice on techniques Its scope far exceeds that It includes identifying and assembling a pool of match-ready fringe players — as Kumble did during the home season working alongside Rahul Dravid It involves creating a strong chain of command in which if one piece falls out another steps in to take his place seamlessly — as Ajinkya Rahane did in Dharamshala standing in for the injured Kohli It requires taking a stand and telling the captain if need be that he is wrong — as Kohli was about Cheteshwar Pujara’s strike-rate The job basically requires vision something which can’t be demanded of the captain who has his own performance to take care of and who also needs to switch off at times The captain therefore should be the coach’s man on the field — and not vice versa Cricket has been slow to catch up with other team sports but it’s gradually evolving The captain/superstar player might have won this round but it’s the coach that will come out on top eventually While interviewing Gary Kirsten last year this reporter slipped in a shallow question Who was important in T20s the most modern of cricket’s formats a captain orcoach The question touched a raw nerve with Kirsten His reply was long and instructive And it was not T20 specific “One’s got to be careful of that language” cautioned Kirsten who has come to be considered the most hands-off and players-first coach that India has ever had “You know it’s a very dangerous language in the world of modern sport The coach has a critical role to play in cricket Critical Across all formats You know the days of the old order where we just went on the field and played and you played 15 games a year as opposed to the new order where you play across three formats and virtually the whole year you’ve got to manage a squad of people The man management role alone is a massive task And it’s not just cricket You take baseball they play 180 games in a season They have got a roster of 50 players Some of those big baseball franchises have mental conditioning departments with eight people So to say that the game is run by the players is ridiculous “The coaches play a critical role in setting up a system Yes a captain walks on the field and goes on to make decisions under pressure and that’s his role In a professional environment where there are role definition spaces that is his role But to say the captain is more important than a coach in a professional outfit is outrageous thinking There is so much to do as a coach…I don’t think coaches get enough credit for the work they do” Indian cricket has once again endorsed that captain is more important than a coach It remains to be seen as Kirsten says if this is “outrageous thinking” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn today’s newspapers across India Jayalalithaa has staged a PR coup on PM Modi’s one year anniversary in office Citizens all over India woke up to Amma splashed all over their newspapers from Mint Indian Express to Hindustan Times Business Standard and ET she’s everywhere Like Wall Street Journal once said it’s like waking up to the Jayalalithaa Times The only exception is the Times of India where PM Modi’s open letter takes up half the page Poor PM Modi who must have gone to bed patting himself on the back for his ingenious open letter advertisement across the business and Times of India newspapers woke up completely upstaged by the Tamil Nadu stalwart The bill for this PR stunt probably runs into a few crores The Tamil Nadu CM who was sworn in once again on 23 May after her acquittal made sure nobody forgot that she was back Titled ‘Glorious Rule of Four Years Amma’s Rule Forever" the advertisement goes on to list all her achievements from free education with laptops to free fans mixers and grinders This is not the first time that full-page ads praising politicians have been published in India In January 2012 the front page of the Delhi edition of the Hindu newspaper was a picture of Congress party president Sonia Gandhi with the text “We remain Madamji ever at your feet” Amma too has in the past featured on the front page in lieu of her one year anniversary as CM titled “One Year of Achievements Hundred Years Leap Forward" Here’s a look at today’s papers By: Express News Service | Updated: June 28 2017 8:27 am MoS PMO Jitendra Singh Top News All Set For Launch Apart from hosting a special midnight session of all MPs at the central hall of Parliament to mark the introduction of GST from July 1 the government has decided to communicate its gratitude to each MP for their support in passing the legislation MoS PMO Jitendra Singh has written to each of them thanking them for their support and attached a copy of last week’s Cabinet resolution praising the efforts of states and legislators across the political divide Meanwhile the government is determined to make the GST launch a memorable event Parliament which is lit up only on special occasions like Independence Day and Republic Day has been decked up with bulbs for the big day Following By Example Following in the footsteps of BJP president Amit Shah Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat went to a village on Sunday to listen to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ Rawat was with the villagers at Brahmpuri Shiv Mandir in Niranjanpur while radio stations broadcast Modi’s message reminding the nation about the imposition of Emergency on June 25 1975 Shah had joined the slum-dwellers of Ravidas Ashram at New Delhi in May Kerala Calling Having repeatedly blamed the CPM government for violence in Kerala the RSS-affiliated weekly Organiser is now taking the campaign a step forward It is planning a “peace initiative” in the form of a seminar in Calicut this week to be addressed by personalities like Rajya Sabha MPs Swapan Dasgupta and Vinay Sahasrabuddhe a BJP leader Organiser staff including its editor Prafulla Ketkar are camping in Kerala for the purpose Starting A Survey Laying of a foundation stone is usually associated with the start of construction work But Suresh Prabhu on Tuesday led a foundation stone ceremony with a difference — to mark the start of a survey in Leh for the Leh-Manali-Bilaspur line of the Defence Ministry The Rs 157-crore survey will take two years The Defence Ministry not Railways will bear the cost The programme had to wait till evening as Prabhu after reaching Leh in the morning took about six hours to get acclimatised Building A Rapport BJP general secretary Bhupender Yadav who was supposed to travel with party chief Amit Shah to almost half the states during his nationwide tour till September has also been entrusted with electioneering for the BJP’s presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind in various states Given the competing demands Yadav has got approval of the party leadership to ensure that one Union minister and one party general secretary accompany the presidential candidate during canvassing Many who will get to accompany Kovind will see this as an opportunity to establish a personal rapport with the future President of India For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishwas Waghmode | Mumbai | Published: August 2 2016 1:50 am The report said there were many laws and regulations for processing waste in Japan It is mandatory for everyone who produces garbage to set up a processing plant (Source: Express Photo by Vasant Prabhu/ File) Top News THE committee that probed the fire at Deonar dumping ground has recommended various measures including adopting the Japanese model of garbage disposal charging user fee and barring ragpickers on dumping grounds to resolve the garbage disposal issues in Mumbai The 219-page report submitted recently to BMC chief Ajoy Mehta by Deputy Municipal Commissioner Kiran Acharekar has suggested various measures from controlling fires to managing garbage disposal The probe was ordered after a fire broke out on January 28 which raged for a week and was also captured on the NASA satellite image The report said there were many laws and regulations for processing waste in Japan It is mandatory for everyone who produces garbage to set up a processing plant “So the responsibility of garbage disposal does not lie with urban local bodies If the BMC implements the laws existing in Japan regarding waste processing the waste issue of Mumbai can be easily solved It will also help to solve the issue of e-waste” said the report The committee has also recommended that ragpickers should not be allowed on dumping sites “Their help can be taken at the ward level All the NGOs working for ragpickers should be roped in at ward levels to ensure that the waste which can be processed does not go to the dumping ground” says the report It also suggested collecting a “user fee” from people who producewaste? also saved five break points at 3-3 in the second set and clinched his 18th victory of the year on his fourth match point.

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