Thursday, June 19, 2014



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What's happening with Facebook in India?

In the past hours, hundreds of online vigilantes are patrolling Facebook to check whether someone is publishing ofensive posts that can harm religious sensitives.

A group of self-appointed censors are patrolling Facebook FB -1.23%, hoping to erase any content that might spark an outburst of religious violence.
Membership in the Social Peace Force has grown rapidly to 16,500 members in a little over a week after it was founded by a loose association of social media activists in the western city of Pune.
The group aims not to restrict free speech, but to stop online outrage turning into physical violence, said the group’s founder Ravi Ghate.
Indians who take offense at things on the internet sometimes do turn to the streets to express their anger. The group was founded in response to recent violence caused by images on social media that some found offensive.
A Muslim man with no connection to the photos was beaten to death, and two others were severely injured in Pune. Police officials said the suspects they detained are members of a radical Hindu group. Hundreds of buses were damaged and shops were forced to remain closed for days.
India has a long history of religious violence, often between Hindus and Muslims. In the northern town of Muzaffarnagar last year, a dispute between Hindus and Muslims sparked riots between the two religious groups that left 60 people dead and displaced thousands from their homes.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Breaking: Mohammad Ashraful true story - eith years banning - Bangladesh

Breaking: Mohammad Ashraful true story - eith years banning

Bangladesh cricket authorities banned former captain Mohammad Ashraful for eight years on Wednesday after he was found guilty of match-fixing during a domestic Twenty20 tournament.

"He was found guilty of all four charges and is banned from cricket for eight years," said Khademul Islam Chowdhury, the head of a special panel set up by the Bangladesh board to investigate match-fixing allegations.

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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Binny Destroys Bangladesh VIDEO

Binny Destroys Bangladesh VIDEO

Who would be interested in a hastily-organised, meaningless bilateral ODI series taking place in the shadow of the football World Cup, that too with several of the game's biggest stars being rested. Judging from the vast swathes of empty stands in the usually packed Mirpur stadium, and the struggles to get a television broadcaster in India, not many. Those who did tune in today though caught one of those gobsmacking, prediction-defying results that make sport captivating to watch.
Two days ago, Bangladesh posted 272 in Mirpur and their captain had felt that had not been sufficient. Today, at the same ground, India were knocked over for 105, but that not only proved sufficient, it was 47 too many for Bangladesh. Pacy teenage debutant Taskin Ahmed was the star of the first half of the game, with a five-for that kept India to their lowest total against Bangladesh, but that faded into insignificance as Stuart Binny conjured figures of 6 for 4 to extend the home side's losing streak to nine.
On a track with plenty of juice, spiced up further by a rain burst that interrupted play for two-and-a-half hours, the quicks thoroughly enjoyed themselves. This is not a stadium which is usually favourable to them, but today the pitch was as helpful as an early-summer Headingley surface, with spiteful deliveries being served up with alarming regularity.
The batsmen found how testing the conditions would be on the first two balls of the game itself as Mashrafe Mortaza nearly had both India openers lbw, though the appeal against Robin Uthappa was turned down. It didn't get any easier over the course of the game, and no batsman looked comfortable in the middle, though hardly any of them showed the necessary resolve to grind through their way through tough patches.
After Taskin's burst, Bangladesh seemed set for victory as they survived some nervy moments to get to 39 for 2. Enter Binny, whose gentle medium-pace - which was granted only one over by MS Dhoni on Binny's debut - turned into vicious, unplayable swing. He had Mithun Ali beaten twice in his first over, before the torrent of wickets began that transformed the day into the highlight of his career.
Mushfiqur Rahim edged to the keeper down the leg side in his second over, and the other settled batsman, Ali, flicked a catch to square leg in his third. One ball later, Mahmudullah tried an expansive drive away from his body to be caught at gully. At 50 for 5 in the 14th over, Bangladesh nerves began to jangle.
At the other end, Mohit Sharma struck twice in the 15th, first with a ripsnorter that reared and swerved away to send back Bangladesh's best batsman Shakib Al Hasan, and later when Ziaur Rahman's attempted slog only reached as far as the fielder at square leg. The four wickets in eight balls had virtually killed off the chase. It took Binny a couple more overs to finish off the game, and upgrade his figures to the best by an Indian in ODIs.
Briefly, Taskin had a chance of getting the best bowling by a Bangladeshi in ODIs. He had to settle for third on that list, but the performance justified the hype that heralded his arrival to the one-day stage. He showed off his confidence by banging in a bouncer on his first ball in ODI cricket. Another short ball got rid of the in-form Uthappa, who top-edged a pull to mid-off for 14, and he had Ambati Rayudu lbw in his next over. A delighted Taskin chest-bumped Mashrafe in celebration as India wobbled at 28 for 3.
Both bowlers were getting the ball to swerve around dramatically, but neither were tempted to experiment too much by the juice in the surface as they served up plenty of spiteful deliveries. If India could have chosen two men to counter the situation, they would have backed the technically correct Cheteshwar Pujara and the vastly experienced Suresh Raina. Pujara was watchful, surviving some nervy moments early, while Raina was more aggressive as Bangladesh's quicks dropped it too short against him.
Just when Pujara seemed to be settling down, Taskin got one to jag past Pujara's defence to get him lbw. Wriddhiman Saha then joined the list of batsmen today to be lbw attempting to play the ball in the region of midwicket. Raina had been the most impressive of India's batsmen, but he was run out after a uncharacteristically lacklustre attempt at a second. That dismissal came on Stuart Binny's first ball and left India at 66 for 6 in the 17th over.
There were still 24 overs to go, but India's lower-order didn't show the cricketing nous to stick around, especially with the rain clouds hovering. India lost their two allrounders cheaply: Akshar Patel was bowled after hitting two of his five deliveries for boundaries and Binny nicked a wide one to the keeper. The tailenders swung their bat around and managed to get India to triple digits, before Binny produced the performance that this low-profile series is likely to be remembered by.

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Mirpur: A confident Indian cricket team would look to keep the momentum going in its favour as it gears up to complete an expected series victory against minnows Bangladesh in the second of the three-match ODI series here tomorrow.

Having won the rain-truncated lung-opener fairly comfortably, Suresh Raina`s boys are eyeing an unassailable 2-0 lead against Bangladesh which will help them get the much required confidence before the England ODI series comes calling.

A series against Bangladesh is a thankless one as one doesn`t get credit for a win but faces a lot of backlash if there is a freak defeat.

The `Men In Blue` will have to guard against complacency as they go for the kill in the second game of the series.

The most assuring aspect of India`s victory in the first ODI has been the form of the newly-formed opening pair of Robin Uthappa and Ajinkya Rahane. Both played contrasting but equally important knocks in the final context of the match.

Uthappa seems to have carried forward his red-hot form from the Indian Premier League as he treated the Bangladesh bowlers with scant respect during his half-century knock.
Rahane was also a picture of confidence during his innings of 64.

Cheteshwar Pujara was the victim of an umpiring blooper and would surely like to make it count as he is likely to get a full series this time. However, time is running out for the Saurashtra `Run-Machine` as far as cementing his place in the limited overs side is concerned.

Skipper Raina and Ambati Rayudu would be hoping to get another decent hit in the middle but obviously not at the expense of a poor opening start.

It will be interesting to see whether India make a few changes or not as far as their bowling department is concerned.

Medium pacer Mohit Sharma couldn`t complete his full quota of 10 overs owing to an injury which kept him out for the better part of the Bangladesh innings.

There is a possibility that Mohit might be rested and R Vinay Kumar gets to open the bowling with Umesh Yadav, who was the pick of the Indian bowlers yesterday.

Vinay has been very expensive in the ODI format with the ignominy of being the only Indian to concede over 100 runs in limited overs format (against Australia).

However, with both Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami rested for the series, there are very few options for Raina. These options include Vinay in case Mohit does not get fit in time for the second ODI.

Among the debutant spinners, Parveez Rasool was impressive of the two while Akshar Patel might have to make way for either Stuart Binny or Manoj Tiwary -- both of whom are potentially batting all-rounders.

Seniormost spinner Amit Mishra is likely to retain his place in the playing XI.

If India complete a series win tomorrow, it will be an ideal platform for the visitors to give opportunity to every touring member of the side as this series has specifically been designed to give exposure to the reserve bench.

India: Suresh Raina (captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Robin Uthappa, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ambati Rayudu, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Akshar Patel, Parveez Rasool, Mohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Amit Mishra, Manoj Tiwary, Kedar Jadhav, Stuart Binny, R Vinay Kumar.
Bangladesh: Mushfiqur Rahim (captain), Tamim Iqbal, Anamul Haque Bijoy, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib al Hasan, Mahmudullah Riyadh, Nasir Hossain, Ziaur Rahaman, Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, Al-Amin Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Sohag Gazi, Shamsur Rahaman.

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Tamannaah Gets Candid About Sajid, Bipasha And Bikinis!

While ‘Himmatwala’ received the thumbs down from audiences and critics alike, Tamannaah is back with ‘Humshakals’ and looking to gain acceptance from all quarters this time around. Indiatimes spoke to the actress about her hopes, her equation with Sajid Khan and Bipasha Basu and about why she shied away from wearing an entire bikini for the film. Excerpts from the interview: Your last Bollywood film was a disaster... And that’s why there’s no pressure. You know, when you hit rock bottom, you can’t sink any further. The only way from there was up. Were you very disappointed after Himmatwala? There was no time to feel sad! In fact, I think the people around me felt worse than I did. So you’re feeling good about Humshakals? Absolutely. I play a VJ in the film and I’m really happy with my look. After Himmatwala, I felt that audiences were finding my look dated. I wanted to break that perception that ‘oh, she does South Indian films so she’s always going to be this desi girl’. I play a VJ in Humshakals and it’s all very urban and chic. Have you found it hard to juggle work between both industries? A little, because the sensibilities are different. For example, they like much fuller women down south while they expect you to be lean in Bollywood, and so I was getting comments like ‘oh, you’re thin again’ or ‘wow, you’re fat’ all the time. It was perplexing because it’s not like I’m made of elastic to make everyone happy. Fortunately, because I’m already a known face down South, I got to stay on the lean side and complete my Bollywood projects.

Breaking: Stuart Binny’s baggs six wickets !

Medium-pacer Stuart Binny bagged six wickets as India registered an unexpected 47-run win against Bangladesh via the Duckworth-Lewis method in the rain-curtailed second One-day International to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series, in Dhaka on Monday. Sent into bat, Indian batsmen produced a below-par performance to be bowled out for a paltry 105 runs in rain-truncated 41 overs-a-side game. But the pace combination of Binny (6-4) and Mohit Sharma (4-22) saved India from humiliation as they bundled out Bangladesh for a record 58 runs in 17.4 overs to help the visitors defend their lowest score against the hosts. to help us personalise your reading experience. The Binny heroics came after Bangladesh pacer Taskin Ahmed scalped five wickets for 28 runs on his debut to bowl India out for 105 in 25.3 overs. But if India’s 105 was much less than their previous low of 191 in Port of Spain against their neighbours during the 2007 World Cup then Bangladesh also sank to a new low as their previous lowest against the Men in Blue was 76 in 2003 at Dhaka. Binny, whose figures are best by any Indian bowler in ODI’s bettering Anil Kumble’s 6-12 against West Indies in 1993, was ably supported by medium pacer Mohit from the other end. Mohit, who was the proud owner of the ‘Purple Cap’ in the recently concluded IPL for Chennai Super Kings, started the rot for Bangladesh after sending openers Tamim Iqbal for 4 and Anamul Haque for nought. Binny soon joined forces to send innings top-scorer Mithun Ali back in the pavilion for 26 and skipper Mushfiqur Rahim for 11. The rest of the batting fell like a pack of cards as Binny and Mohit had little time to celebrate between wickets. Earlier put into bat, the stunning Indian collapse was triggered by Taskin, who returned with figures of 5-28, making it the best debut bowling performance by a Bangladesh player. Skipper Suresh Raina’s 23-ball 27, laced with three fours, was the best that an Indian batsman could manage under overcast conditions. Put into bat, India lost Ajinkya Rahane for nought off Mashrafe Mortaza but rain soon halted play after 5.1 overs. The resumption of play after three hours did not help matters for the visitors as Robin Uthappa (14) top-edged a skier to give Taskin, 19, his debut wicket in overcast conditions. The lanky pacer continued to trouble the inexperienced Indian batsmen in conditions conducive to swing bowling. Cheteshwar Pujara (11) and Ambati Rayudu (1) were trapped LBW by Taskin. Raina tried to counter-attack with three boundaries but an Al-Amin Hossain-Mortaza combination ran him out. Wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha (5) was soon trapped LBW off Mortaza and Akshar Patel was cleaned up by Al-Amin as India looked straight down the barrel. All-rounder Binny (3) was caught behind chasing a wide delivery from Taskin. The procession back to the pavilion continued as Amit Mishra was trapped LBW and Taskin’s joy knew no bounds after he picked up his fifth wicket and became the eighth bowler in the history of ODIs