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For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 17 2014 1:13 am DCP (Outer) Sanjay Kumar said police had registered a case of molestation and under other sections of the POCSO Act The teacher is yet to be arrested Related News A teacher at Maxfort School in Rohini has been accused of molesting a student within the school premises Parents of the girl an eight year old alleged the teacher molested their daughter in August last year and for the second time in April The teacher allegedly touched the girl inappropriately On Wednesday the father of the girl along with several other parents protested outside the school demanding action against the principal The parents alleged that the principal was informed of the incident but failed to take any action Police said the girl was allegedly molested by the teacher on April 4 following which her parents lodged a complaint with the school Other parents who took part in the protest too alleged that their children had made similar complaints in the past but that they had not taken it seriously A police team rushed to the school when the parents refused to leave till the accused was punished by school authorities DCP (Outer) Sanjay Kumar said police had registered a case of molestation and under other sections of the POCSO Act The teacher is yet to be arrested Speaking to Newsline school principal Ragini Kaul said she received a written complaint from the father of the girl on April 11 “The following day after I received the complaint was a non-working day I have already told the management to institute a committee to take action in favour of the child In fact the meeting of the committee was scheduled at noon today (Wednesday) We have asked the teacher to tender his resignation He did not report to work on Wednesday” The principal denied allegations that she had not taken action against the teacher “I am a woman and I understand what the child must have gone through The parents got carried away because we could not act in the last three days There is a procedure and we were just following it” she said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: Professional commitments forced three well-known Indian footballers representing East Bengal at the club level to travel in a general train compartment National team players Arnab Mondal Narayan Das and Mehtab Hossain were returning home after representing East Bengal in the Federation Cup tournament at Cuttack East Bengal players travel back home without reservation Twitter: @SounavDhawa Travelling without reservation has its own perils and Das was seen sitting on his kit bag next to the lavatory of the Jan Shatabdi Express They reached the city in the afternoon East Bengal were shown the door by arch-rivals Mohun Bagan with a 0-2 defeat in the semifinals last evening According to team manager and former India defender Manoranjan Bhattacharya they had arranged a bus after finding that all flights were full But former India international Mehtab and current players Mondal Das Mohammad Rafique Subhasish Roy Chowdhury and goalkeeping coach Abhijit Mondal decided to take the first train back home without reservation "One cannot book tickets in advance because you don’t know the result beforehand We arranged a bus at the last minute but had to cancel eventually because some of them went on their own" Bhattacharya said East Bengal midfielder Mehtab chose not to blame the club for the fiasco "They are not to be blamed We requested the assistant coach to let us go as we had office games But all flights were full We were offered to go by bus but it could take around 12 hours to reach Kolkata So we decided to take the morning train" he said The rest of the team travelled by private vehicles A club insider however blamed East Bengal "There was no top official who accompanied the team to Cuttack The situation would have been different then" he said With their second derby defeat in a row to Mohun Bagan East Bengal capped a terrible season It can never be said enough: Test cricket is a game of specialists The players picked need to be outstanding in the primary skill they are selected for and if they can contribute in another area great If not no big deal That is not just true for batsmen and bowlers but also for wicketkeepers The player selected to don the gloves has to be first and foremost excellent behind the stumps All other aspects – scoring runs supporting the bowlers chirping at the batsmen helping with setting the field etc are just a bonus However since Adam Gilchrist redefined the role of the wicketkeeper every team has been on the look out not for wicketkeepers who can bat reasonably well but batsmen who also have the athleticism to be wicketkeepers File picture of Australia’s Matthew Wade AFP Matthew Wade the primary wicketkeeper in the touring Australian side fits the latter description He made his arrival on the national scene through his exploits with the bat and not for technical proficiency with the gloves According to his ESPNcricinfo profile his call up to the national limited overs side “was no surprise after the summer in which (he) was the second-leading run scorer in the Ryobi Cup” It also says that Wade kept “tidily” in the T20s and ODIs for Australia hardly a stamp of approval for his primary role in the side as wicketkeeper Wade a survivor of testicular cancer at the age of 16 made the Test team in 2012 when Brad Haddin had to withdraw from the tour of the West Indies on personal grounds His “tidy” keeping and a maiden Test hundred in his third Test allowed him to have an extended run of 11 Tests in the side till he missed the Mohali Test in 2013 due to an ankle injury Even though he reclaimed his spot for the following Test at Delhi he was left out of the Ashes squad soon after for his predecessor Haddin When Haddin called it a day after the opening Test of 2015 Ashes it was Peter Nevill from New South Wales that was preferred for the job Nevill’s skills and footwork behind the stumps were exemplary and that of a specialist No one really used “tidy” to describe his work with the gloves as he was picked in the side for his wicket-keeping skills and not his ability with the bat although he did average 22 in 17 Tests Charles Davis a cricket statistician from Melbourne wrote in The Cricket Monthly about tracking the missed chances Based on the data available from December 2008 to January 2016 wicketkeepers miss about 15% of the chances (catches/stumpings) whereas Nevill’s miss rate was just 7% He was that good Yet when South Africa pasted Australia in Perth and in Hobart in 2016 Nevill got the axe and Wade got another opportunity Darren Berry former Victorian wicketkeeper called Nevillthe “best wicketkeeper in the country” and that he paid the price for the failing Australian batsmen It’s not like Wade has lit the scoreboard on fire either He has scored 50 runs at an average of 125 in the four Tests since he was recalled at Adelaide He averaged under 20 in the three Tests he played in India in 2013 as well with just one half century With only the part-timer Pete Handscomb in the squad with any wicketkeeping skills Wade is expected to be the main man on this four-Test series He is sure to keep to a lot more spin bowling than back home with Australia expected to play both Nathan Lyon and Steven O’Keefe In his essay Davis wrote about the difficulty of keeping to spinners Spin bowling “presents a much greater challenge for keepers Miss rates for leading wicketkeepers off spinners average around 30% for both catches and stumpings but it is only 10% for catches off pace bowlers It can certainly be argued that keeping to spinners is the true test of a keeper” And so this will truly be a test of Wade’s supposedly improved glove skills and footwork He will be further tested by the energy-sapping Indian conditions a partisan crowd and playing surfaces that misbehave He will be judged not by the runs he makes but by the number of chances he lets go Just cast your mind back to India’s last Test versus Bangladesh Mushfiqur Rahim fluffed a simple stumping chance and his opposite number Wriddhiman Saha benefitted from it to smack his second Test century It is a lesson that India picked Saha back in the side as soon as he was fit even as his replacement Parthiv Patel scored runs in his absence but wasn’t just as good with the gloves Ideally on a tough tour like India it should have been someone like Nevill with orthodox wicketkeeping abilities that was preferred but Australian management and selectors have instead been convinced Wade’s slightly better batting abilities was worth the risk As the 140-year history of Test cricket has shown us there is really no pace to hide on the field and limitations get exposed ruthlessly Washington: Russia cannot be ignored Since the end of the Cold War Russia has never posed such a vexing problem to US policymakers as it does now From Eastern Europe to the Middle East and increasingly Asia and the Americas Russia is making its voice heard and its presence felt After a brief period of looking inward during much of President Barack Obama’s first term Russia has returned to the international stage with zeal under Vladimir Putin Russia is militarily involved in Syria supports separatists in eastern Ukraine and areas of Georgia and has even been accused of trying to meddle in the US presidential race At the same time the Obama administration has been forced to accept that working with Russia is probably the only way to achieve results on many complicated international issues Thus Russia was central in the Iran nuclear negotiations and is a player as well as negotiator in the Syria truce effort A file photo of Putin AP Where they stand Republican Donald Trump advocates improved relations with Russia — "Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually got along with Russia" has been a standard line in his campaign speeches — and has been strikingly complimentary of Putin’s strong leadership style contrasting it favorably with that of Obama Some of Trump’s current and former top advisers have been criticized for being too close to Putin and Democrats have accused the businessman of pandering for Russian praise Trump however is not the first politician to champion better US ties with Russia In fact one of Hillary Clinton’s first initiatives as secretary of state in 2009 was to "reset" relations with Moscow an effort that produced decidedly mixed results The "reset" policy had some successes while Putin was taking a break from the Russian presidency On Putin’s return though the reset began to unwind and Russia started to take positions directly opposed to the US notably in support of President Bashar Assad in Syria and then in Ukraine Clinton has had direct negotiating experience with Putin and his aides and that has left her wary of cooperating with Moscow Her campaign says she will "stand up to Vladimir Putin" ”deter Russian aggression in Europe" and "increase the costs to Putin for his actions" Why it matters Relations between the former Cold War foes — the owners of the most nuclear weapons on Earth — are arguably some of the most important to leaders in both the White House and Kremlin Animosity or cordial friendship can bring profound changes in international affairs and the next president will have to engage or confront Russia on a variety of matters not least of which are allegations that Russia may have been behind the hacks of Democratic National Committee emails The conflicts in Syria and Eastern Ukraine will not end without Russian buy-in and Russia will have to be involved in any new effort to bring North Korea back to denuclearisation talks In the meantime Russia is a driving force behind the co-called Brics group of nations — Brazil Russia India China and South Africa — that sees itself as a balance to the US superpower and may also present problems for the US Written by ANJALI MARAR | Pune | Updated: February 21 2017 12:40 pm Officials at IMD Pune said the maximum temperature is expected to hover around 35 degrees Celsius-mark across most parts of the state Top News It is advisable to head to the polling booths either early in the morning or during late afternoon on Tuesday as the day is expected to be a warm one Officials at India Meteorology Department (IMD) Pune said the maximum temperature is expected to hover around 35 degrees Celsius-mark across most parts of the state Watch what else is in the news They have hinted at the mercury to be on the higher side anywhere by three to five degrees Celsius on the day across madhya Maharashtra Konkan and Vidarbha Pune experienced a rather hot day on Monday as maximum temperature touched 35 degrees Celsius already Konkan has already been sweating it out since last week during which the day-time temperature touched 40 degrees-mark Akola (377 degrees) Mumbai (361 degrees) Ratnagiri (365 degrees) Aurangabad (36 degrees) and Parbhani (36 degrees) were some of the extremely hot cities in the state where maximum temperature was up by atleast five degrees Mumbai in particular along with Ratnagiri and Alibaug experienced unusually warm days during last week A senior official at IMD said “It was a combined effect of warm-easterly winds and active cyclonic circulation over Gujarat-Maharashtra region which led to the sudden spike in the day temperatures along the coastal region” Incidentally sea breeze which generally blows over Mumbai and adjoining areas around 130 pm to 2 pm daily were found to be delayed too making the afternoon hotter than usual “The easterly winds were strong enough to keep the sea breeze off the mainland especially when the land was heating up” added the official This affected all of Western Maharashtra regions during all of last week However coastal regions would be able to heave a sigh of relief by mid-week the temperatures shall drop to normal said weather experts For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Suzuka | Published: October 7 2017 1:08 am Jenson Button who won his only world title with Brawn raced in Formula One for 17 seasons (Source: Reuters) Top News Jenson Button will return to racing next season but not in Formula One after spending one year too many in the sport the Briton said on Friday The 2009 world champion raced in the ‘Suzuka 1000km’ endurance race earlier this year as a one off on the same circuit as this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix Despite his desire to resume racing since giving up his seat at McLaren-Honda at the end of the 2016 season the 37-year-old said that he had no qualms about leaving his Formula One career in the past “Do I miss F1 No I don’t” Button told reporters on Friday “I miss racing I’d sort of fallen out of love a little bit with motorsport I think that maybe I left it a year too long racing in Formula One” Button who won his only world title with Brawn raced in Formula One for 17 seasons He remains the last driver to have won a race for McLaren nearly five years ago at the 2012 season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix and has stayed on as the team’s ambassador and reserve driver The 15-times grand prix winner made a cameo at this year’s Monaco event standing in for former team mate Fernando Alonso who chose to skip the sport’s blue riband race to compete in the Indy 500 instead But Button has otherwise spent a majority of his time in the United States training for triathlons “It’s nice to have some free time and sort of look back on the last 17 years because while you’re racing in F1 you don’t do that” he said “It’s been very emotional actually It’s been lovely and it’s been necessary as well” However Button added that his Suzuka appearance earlier in the year had rekindled his love for racing just not enough to consider competing against the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel again “It’s been a while since I’ve had that feeling so I’ve been itching to drive anything to be fair” said Button who also ruled out racing in the American IndyCar single-seater series and Formula E “So next year I’ll be racing something I don’t know what yet whether it’ll be in America or in Europe or in Japan But there are few options and I want to do a full season and take it properly seriously” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 21 2017 1:28 am Alastair Cook scored 243 in first test against West Indies (Source: Reuters) Top News After scoring a magnificent double-hundred against West Indies in day-night Test match at Edgbaston former England captain got a perfect reward for his efforts as he climbed to 6th spot in MRF Tyres ICC Player rankings for Test batsmen Cook gathered six points following his record 243 against Caribbean team This is Cook’s highest ranking since he surged to number five in March 2013 England captain Joe Root has returned to the 900-point mark following his 13th career century For scoring 136 Root received 14 points which has taken him to 905 points – 36 behind Australia captain Steve Smith who will defend his number-one ranking in the upcoming two-Test series against Bangladesh Hosts England rode on a brilliant partnership between Root and Cook to score 514/8 (d) in first innings during England’s first ever Test match The rain interrupted the match on a number of occasions but it didn’t effect the result as the Englishmen wrapped the match within three days Claiming a total of 19 wickets in one single day England bowlers ripped apart West Indies batting line up at Edgbaston Beginning their first innings from 44/1 West Indies had a horrifying start of the day as they lost Kyle Hope and Powell early in the day England’s quicker bowlers kept troubling the Windies batsmen and wrapped the first innings for 168 to eventually enforce a follow-on The fortunes didn’t change for West Indies in the second innings either and they lost wickets at regular intervals only to get bowled out for 137 This was England’s first ever day-night Test and they stamped authority after winning the clash by an innings and 209 runs For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 10 2017 9:39 pm Marouane Fellaini to take legal action against English tabloids (Source: AP) Related News While the Red Devils are disappointed with the draw against Stoke City on Saturday that broke their winning streak in the Premier League season Marouane Fellaini had other things to worry about The Manchester United player said that he will take legal action against English tabloids for being dragged in the Wayne Rooney scandal Many English newspapers reported that single mom Laura Simpson was in the car with now Everton striker Rooney at the time of his recent arrest had a night out with Fellaini The Sun said “Rooney party girl Laura Simpson enjoyed a night out with his ex team-mate Marouane Fellaini But their budding romance had its chips when she dropped a Big Mac into his pool” Fellaini took to Twitter after the allegations by the media outlets and said that he has instructed his lawyers for legal action “Most of the time I do not comment on the false stories written about me but today is enough and I have instructed my lawyers” he wrote Most of the time I do not comment on the false stories written about me but today is enough and I have instructed my lawyers — Marouane Fellaini (@Fellaini) 10 September 2017 Rooney’s wife Coleen who is pregnant with the couple’s fourth child is said to have deliberately missed the former United player’s game at Goodison Park on Saturday a day before she was spotted without her wedding ring Manchester United currently stand at the top of the Premier League table with ten points after playing four games For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsKatihar: On Saturday?72, he said." the? 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