Umesh had picked 12

Umesh had picked 12 wickets at an excellent average of 25 runs per wicket. But at international level,help and coaching came from all directions,many mountains to scale and many inner demons to fight.

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before he brought out the arrested militants in the Srinagar police control room said,“We want to make a commitment that any local militant who wants to surrender will be treated fairly They can surrender at any time even during an anti-insurgency operation” One such dramatic surrender took place on 10 September in Shopian district Adil Hussain who joined the militants in May was trapped by the police After he was told he would be treated fairly if he surrendered Hussain lay down his arms "We pulled that one off with persuasion and patience" Khan said "But it doesn’t happen everyday If a foreign militant is accompanying a local militant he might be influenced otherwise" The Jammu and Kashmir Police Indian Army and other security agencies are strongly advocating arehabilitation policy for Kashmiri militants who have recently surrendered Khan said this is the only way toreturn the militants—over 100 boys reportedly joined different militant outfits after the 2016 unrest in the Valley—to the mainstream The unrest began after security forces killed militant leader Burhan Wani Close to 100 people were killed and thousands injured in the aftermath The police launched a crackdown on protesters and thousands were arrested Even as the security operations against militants are going full steam the police is urging militants to surrender and assuring them of rehabilitation While there is no policy in place to rehabilitate Kashmiri militants who have surrendered security forces have been impressing upon different state and central agencies for the need for exactly such a policy “From our point of view it’s not too late for those Kashmiri boys who joined the militants" saidCRPF IG Zulfikar Hassan "They can still abandon this path and come home We will take care of them and ensure that they are safe They should not be influenced by foreign terrorists" Mohammad Munawar Dar’s son joined the insurgency last year He’s fighting with an outfit inSopat Tangpora Kulgam district south Kashmir “It is good that the police are trying to catch militants alive instead of killing them" Dar said "It might persuade others who have joined the militants to stop fighting" Farooq Ahmad Dar a relative said the family was unaware that their boy hadjoined the militants The police told them he was involved in hurling a grenade at the car of a leader "We hope one day that he will return to us" Farooq said Director General of Police Shesh Paul Vaid told Firstpostthat the police were continuously striving to save the lives of youth bring them back into society and save their families from suffering further “It is not just about individuals" Vaid said "One has to also think about their families Life is a gift from God It should not be wasted" However Vaid was sure to add that if someone was involved in a serious crime no leniency would be offered As the police move their counter-insurgency operations from south to north Kashmir where foreign militants dominate it remains to be seen whether this policy will be successful Written by Agencies | London | Published: November 12 2009 8:53 am Related News R&B singer Rihanna might show off an enviable slender figurebut the star loves fast food and gorges on pizzas and fries The ‘Umbrella’ hitmaker has proclaimed her fondness for junk food by asking for calorific treats containing over 7000 calories for her album launch next Mondayreported Contactmusic The 21-year-old star is set to perform in London next week and amazed organisers with her requests for her favourite food items which included crispsmicrowave lasagnesfriend noodleschicken drumsticks – and an apple “When it comes to the big US starswe’re used to getting ridiculously healthy requests Rihanna was a breath of fresh air There was none of this carb and gluten-free nonsense” said a source Rihanna refuses to watch her diet because she believes performing helps her stop piling on the pounds “Being on tour gets you in shape which is good considering how I eat pretty much whatever I can get my hands on You perform for an hour and a half so you can work some of it off at least But not all of it” she said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter recently delving into the concerns of minorities — which he has probably discussed rarely in public since his 2006-07 stint as National Commission for Minorities chairman — Vice-President Hamid Ansari has made a foray into a topic gaining a lot of momentum these days: The idea of dissent At the First Ram Manohar Lohia Memorial National Lecture at ITM University in Gwalior on Wednesday Ansari took the opportunity to speak about the principle of dissent in democracy ‘that Dr Lohia personified’ “The right of dissent also becomes the duty of dissent since tactics to suppress dissent tend to diminish the democratic essence” he added File photo of Vice-President Hamid Ansari PTI The Economic Times reports that the vice-president’s remarks could be a thinly-veiled critique of the trend of hounding foreign-funded NGOs that has persisted from the days of the UPA regime to the present day Ansari referred to a 2012 interview with then-prime minister Manmohan Singh conducted by Science magazine where the former premier spoke of how India’s atomic energy programme had run into difficulties because of ‘NGOs often funded from the United States and Scandinavian countries’ — thereby re-invoking the spectre of the ‘foreign hand’ In the days after Singh’s interview an opinion piece in The Indian Express warned that “(the) space of ideas and protest is represented as presumptively subversive and anti-national This is deeply revealing of what we think of dissent” The vice-president in fact alluded to this very piece in his speech and quoted a few lines including the poignant reminder that “(once) we have impugned the source we don’t have to pay attention to the contents of the claim… The idea that anyone who disagrees with my views must be the carrier of someone else’s subversive agenda is in some ways deeply anti-democratic” This phenomenon as we are witnessing has major implications for dissent in this country Here’s a sample (and it’s not limited to the government): -Senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai being branded a ‘leftist’ by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis for expressing his dissent -The Maharashtra government’s 27 August circular that greatly widened the definition of ‘sedition’ and was slammed by the Bombay High Court -The murders of rationalists Narendra Dabholkar Govind Pansare and most recently MM Kalburbi whose contrary views saw them dubbed anti-Hindu The cadres of forever-outraged internet vigilantes — presumably already furrowing their brows in a vain attempt to balance their daily game of Sabse Bada Deshbhakt Kaun with wrapping their minds around what agenda Ansari is pushing — would do well to temporarily set aside their playbooks of two or three tried-and-tested retorts and reflect on the vice-president’s words “Every citizen of the Republic has the right and the duty to judge Herein lies the indispensability of dissent" Ansari concluded giving his audience and hopefully the country plenty to ponder New Delhi: The Election Commission (EC) on Friday announced fresh dates for holding bypolls in Lohardaga Assembly seat of Jharkhand which fell vacant in June this year Representational image Reuters According to an EC notification polling in the reserved seat (Scheduled Tribe) will take place on 14 December and the counting of votes will be held on 17 December The seat fell vacant after sitting MLA Kamal Kishore Bhagat of AJSU party lost his membership after being convicted and jailed in an attempt to murder case in June The by-election on this seat was earlier scheduled to be held on 21 November but was deferred by the poll panel on the request of Jharkhand polling authorities in view of Panchayat elections in the state The EC notification said the poll process for the seat will begin with the formal issuance of the gazette notification on 19 November and the Model Code of Conduct in the Assembly constituency has been enforced with immediate effect The entire election process in the Lohardaga seat will be completed before 19 December the notification said PTI “(It’s) coming together now, ?? ??The Linac 4 accelerator will be connected to CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) by 2021. geety. 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