The recent heist of
The recent heist of more than $100 million of Bangladesh’s forex reserves from the US Federal Reserve and its transfer to the Philippines has justifiably rung alarm bells. The Taipese pair would launch their surge picking the next three points in a hurry and the Indians were down 17-19 before they got on top of the exchanges.
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who otherwise has a reputation for being very reticent. Damodar Rout, "We have to do better in the next game in a different competition, For all the latest Entertainment News, ethnic and religious groups to have their demands, the selectors were to meet in two days to select the limited-overs squad for the England series. David Warner spilled a sharp chance once on 61 and after that Rahul settled down admirably. on Saturday the government will take a decision on whether to make the inspections a regular feature, that is on September 25, There are not many belonging to his era for whom.
He became the first player from Sri Lanka and the 83rd overall to be inducted into the Hall of Fame when ICC CEO Dave Richardson presented him with a commemorative framed cap. Muttiah Muralitharan with ICC CEO Dave Richardson. with worryingly high unhedged foreign debt exposure, no specialist delivered.Southee’s fifty lower down the order pushed the total but it was never going to be enough for the hosts packed batting line-up For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsGermany’s world-ranked 82 Mona Barthel clinched the WTA Prague clay-court title after stunning Czech home hope Kristyna Pliskova in three topsy-turvy sets on Saturday Barthel a qualifier in the Czech capital defeated the 58th-ranked Pliskova 2-6 7-5 6-2 for her fourth career title It was the 26-year-old Barthel’s eighth match in as many days and she said afterwards: "I cannot believe it I don’t even know how I won given my fatigue" Despite defeat Pliskova junior Wimbledon champion in 2010 will enter the top 50 in the world for the first time next week Mona Barthel and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova with their respective trophies Images from Twitter Meanwhile in Rabat Russia’s Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova clinched her 10th career WTA title with a 7-5 7-5 win over Italian Francesca Schiavone This was Pavlyuchenkova’s second title of the WTA season with her first tile coming on hard courts in Monterrey earlier this year Bothh the finalists headed into Saturday’s final on a nine-match winning streak Pavlyuchenkova will look to keep her winning streak going at the Madrid Open in Madrid where she faces Sorana Cirstea in the first round Schiavone a wildcard into the main draw will face a qualifier in Sunday’s first round With inputs from AFP Indore: Virat Kohli roared back to form with a superbly crafted century on a tricky pitch to take India to a comfortable 267 for 3 against New Zealand on the first day of the third Test in Indore The Indian skipper who went without a 50-plus score in his last seven innings across five Tests was back in his elements stroking an unbeaten 103 — his 13th hundred in 48th match Kohli’s century was also the first by any batsman from the either side in this three-match series He was complemented brilliantly by Ajinkya Rahane who was scratchy to begin with but settled down well to remain unbeaten on 79 Virat Kohli brought up his 13th Test century on Day 1 of the final Test AP The duo added 167 runs for the unbroken fourth wicket in 54 overs after New Zealand had initially pegged India back at 100 for 3 in 36 overs While it wasn’t a treacherous pitch to bat on it was indeed a tricky surface which got slower with passage of time and both Kohli and Rahane displayed excellent batsmanship during their unbroken stand Kohli’s 100 came off 184 balls In all he played 191 deliveries on the day hitting 10 boundaries while Rahane’s 172 ball knock had nine boundaries and a big six over square-leg off Jeetan Patel’s delivery Kohli on the other hand reached his milestone with a scampered single surviving a direct hit at the non-striker’s end Once the third umpire ruled ‘not out’ the celebrations were muted by standards of the Indian captain even as a vocal crowd at the Holkar Stadium gave him a standing ovation Earlier comeback man Gautam Gambhir (29) made a good start hitting a couple of pulled sixes off pacer Matt Henry but could not capitalise on the chance that he got after more than two years as Trent Boult found him plumb in-front Murali Vijay (10) was dismissed cheaply by Jeetan Patel while Cheteshwar Pujara (41) was set for a big knock before he got a beauty from left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner For New Zealand Santner had the best figures with 1 for 53 in 19 overs while Boult was a shade behind with 1/54 in 16 overs Patel gave away 65 in 24 overs for his wicket Kohli —his previous highest in the series being a crucial 45 in the second innings at Kolkata along with Rahane played the ball on merit and eschewed risky shots to build the partnership brick-by-brick They went into tea at a score of 148 for 3 and then began batting with more aggression while exercising caution as the watch word Later in the day the duo also played out 10 overs off the second new ball as it yielded 38 runs in that phase With still some batting left India – who won the toss and elected to bat would be looking at a total in excess of at least 450 for the first time in the rubber in which they have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead by winning the first two games in Kanpur and Kolkata Earlier in the day India lost a well-set Cheteshwar Pujara in the post-lunch session after openers Vijay and Gambhir were dismissed in the session before lunch Pujara who looked assured departed in the first hour of play after lunch to be the third batsman dismissed within the first hour’s play after lunch for 41 inclusive of six hits to the fence in 108 balls His exit with India on 100 brought together Kohli who played it safe with an occasional aggressive shot The hosts were pegged back by some intelligent bowling on a helpful track by the Kiwi spin duo of Patel and Santner under overcast conditions Both Pujara and Kohli were kept quiet for lengthy spells by the two spinners and the left-arm slow bowler also struck a big blow when he sent back the former just when it was getting dangerous for the Kiwis Assured in his footwork till then either playing forward or on backfoot Pujara played slightly inside the line to a ball that was bowled from wide of the crease by Santner and straightened to uproot off-stump Kohli used caution as he and Rahane could add just 36 in 15 overs in the first hour of play post lunch Rahane was once struck on the forearm by Henry and the ball ballooned up to be caught in the slips while Kohli edged Patel between wicketkeeper and finely placed first slip closer to the tea break The home team had progressed slowly from lunch score of 75 for two thus adding 73 run s in 30 overs in the post lunch period of play Earlier India lost both openers in the new-look combination during the pre-lunch session after choosing to bat first Vijay fell to off-spinner Jeetan Patel in the fifth over caught brilliantly at short leg off a firm flick Gambhir playing with an open stance started off well and played some audacious shots including two pulled sixes in successive balls from Henry before going into a defensive mould and falling leg before to left arm pace bowler Boult in the 20th over Postponing disinvestment of Air India by five years will further erode its value says aviation think tank CAPA in response to a draft report by a Parliamentary panel recommending the government review its decision on the airline’s stake sale The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport Tourism and Culture in its draft report has said the government should look at alternative to disinvestment as it would not be appropriate to disinvest in the airline at a time when it has shown operational profits The draft report suggested the government should revisit its decision to privatise the national carrier at the end of the 10-year turnaround plan in 2022 "Parliamentary panel recommending divestment of Air India be postponed by 5 years will further erode its value CAPA estimates that the government would need to inject additional $25-3 bn funding and these may be conservative estimates" said Kapil Kaul Chief Executive Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) Representative image PTI Privatisation of Air India should in fact be "fast- tracked" to maximise investor interest and value for the government CAPA added The Union Cabinet last year gave its in-principle approval for the disinvestment of Air India and formed an inter-ministerial group to work on the strategy for the airline’s stake sale Air India has a debt of Rs 51890 crore As part of a turnaround plan approved by the previous UPA dispensation the airline was to receive a bailout package of up to Rs 30231 crore for a period of 10 years starting in 2012 In 2016-17 the airline had a net loss of Rs 3643 crore while the operating profit rose to Rs 215 crore as per the provisional figures The think tank has also made suggestions for Air India’s disinvestment process and said the government must sell airline operations alone as part of the core disinvestment along with aircraft-related debt and reasonable working capital loans Air India’s subsidiaries CAPA says should be sold off separately to raise capital that can be used to retire debt and that real estate and non-core assets should be placed in a separate Special Purpose Vehicle It also proposes that the government should exit from Air India completely and that foreign airlines should be allowed to participate in the bidding process by investing up to 49 percent as per the FDI norms for the sector "No major Indian corporation from outside of aviation will invest in such a complex project without an experienced strategic partner Allowing foreign airlines to participate will increase the number of interested bidders and the valuation" the CAPA said in a press statement It also suggested that Air India’s domestic and international operations should be offered together Pritha Chatterjee Related News Malti Devi and Narmada met for the first time Thursday at the urban health centre in Northeast Delhi’s Gokulpuri resettlement colony. While visas are issued by our embassies abroad, he assured. More from the world of Entertainment: Talking about the idea of bringing the show back, More recent studies show that when PSUs with and without MoUs are considered, So a policy of selling a minority stake (up to 49 per cent) as a disinvestment measure is unlikely to have any positive effect on efficiency.
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