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"We want to use him and to prepare him also. vice-president Rahul Gandhi is the only star campaigner. ?the statements emanating from Kerala were “creating deep rooted animosities” between the people of the two states and posing grave threat to the peace and law and order situation in the two neighbouring states.restraining the state from making any controversial statement on the issue. So we are still facing a lot of problems in the interrogation. It had come to light that the two suspects went to Sharjah from Pune on September 21 But they were held at the Sharjah airport on suspicion of possessing a fake passport The duo were sent back to Pune from Sharjah on September 22 The police are probing how the duo came to India and for what purpose For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombo: India may have lost three quick wickets in the second innings but Sunil Gavaskar believes the visitors are in a good position to beat Sri Lanka in the third and final Test and it is the weather that will be the deciding factor Building on their 111-run first-innings lead India were in trouble at 21 for three at stumps on Day 3 The Indian bowling though ably led by Ishant Sharma’s five-wicket haul did manage to bundle out Lanka for 201 and Gavaskar believes the crucial lead will benefit the visitors Dhammika Prasad bowled Cheteshwar Pujara in the first over AP "I think they are in reasonably good position despite losing three wickets in the second innings The lead that they took is going to be very handy indeed Even if they get dismissed for another 125-150 runs that will still be a good enough lead to get the wickets But of course the weather is going to be a good question" Gavaskar told NDTV "We have now had three days interrupted by rain the first day was almost washed out So the probably the rains are going to be the deciding factor If the weather holds then India will win" he added Responding to India’s 312 Sri Lanka were in tatters at 47 for 6 when debatant wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Perera (55) and Rangana Herath (49) stitched a 79-run seventh-wicket partnership to give the hosts some respectability Even when many believes that the Indian bowlers left Lanka on the hook Gavaskar defended the bowling "If you see Sri Lanka also had the same problem in dismissing Amit Mishra and Cheteshwar Pujara See what tends to happen is that you are used bowling in a certain way line and length and when you are attacked like when Kusal Perera did you try and change your line and length and that’s what happens and it plays in the hands of the batsmen" said Gavaskar Wrecker-in-chief Ishant (5-54) bagged his seventh five wicket haul in Test cricket to put up the best performance by an Indian seamer on Sri Lankan soil Gavaskar said it’s no big deal that Ishant is termed as the leader of the pack "Yes he should because he has now been playing for the last 8 or 9 years The most experienced Test player in the world so he has to be the leader of the pack" he said on being asked about Ishant leading the pace attack "What was the most impressive thing about him today was that he bowled a much fuller line and if you look at the dismissals they have all been where the batsman has been drawn forward and has had no chance to change the shot The way he got (Upul) Tharanga (Lahiru) Thirimanne I think brilliant deliveries "If he continues to bowl that way look occasionally he will overpitch with that fuller length but at the same time if he overpitches with the new ball he might still get the batsmen to get an inside edge on to the stumps So I think he should be preparted to get driven on the odd occasion for a boundary That risk is worth the reward he will get" he added The former skipper though was critical of the verbal duel involving Ishant and Perera that could cost Ishant a match suspension as he is already been given a 65 per cent fine in the previous game "I think the Indian players can afford that (match-fee fine) but that’s not the issue I think what you do not want in a situation like this is one for you to lose your objective that is to take wickets and you could see Ishant had lost that focus "You could see that he was trying to do different things and he had lost that line It can effect the team and suppose you are suspended for a match then it’s not good Aggression and passion should be tempered with common sense" he said The legendary opener also opined that captain Virat Kohli should step up to number three in the batting order to be an exemplary leader "It’s for him to show the way He bats at No 3 in ODIs if hadn’t been batting at No 3 in one-dayers then I would have held my horses and say no he is batting at 4 He has got to lead from the front and that’s why he needs to come at No3 "You can argue that Ajinkya Rahane got a century at No3 but you saw when ball started swinging on flat picthes Ajinkya may be the thing but really it’s up to him and the team management to decide" he said PTI Budapest: Brazilian Felipe Massa has withdrawn from this week’s Budapest Formula One test after missing Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix because he felt unwell File image of Felipe Massa AP His Williams team said on Monday that Canadian Lance Stroll would drive on Tuesday instead with young Italian Luca Ghiotto making his Formula One test debut as previously scheduled on Wednesday Massa who felt dizzy in practice last Friday and Saturday was replaced at the weekend by the team’s experienced British reserve driver Paul di Resta The Brazilian is expected to return for the Belgian Grand Prix at the end of August although there are no certainties "I think we’re optimistic It would be really a great shame if he wasn’t ready for Spa" team technical head Paddy Lowe said at the weekend "That’s four weeks away so he ought to be in good shape by then" While the test is mainly aimed at giving young drivers track time and in some cases a first taste of Formula One the main media focus at the Hungaroring will be on Renault and the comeback of Robert Kubica The 32-year-old Pole a grand prix winner with BMW Sauber in 2008 will be driving a contemporary Formula One car for the first time after impressing in previous tests in older machinery and on the team’s simulator Kubica could be in the frame to replace Britain’s under-performing Jolyon Palmer at Renault in what would be a remarkable return for a driver whose F1 career appeared over after a near-fatal accident in 2011 The Pole partially severed a forearm when he crashed a rally car in a low-key event in north-western Italy that he had entered for fun before the start of that year’s Formula One season Renault Sport F1 head Cyril Abiteboul said before the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend that Kubica was not an immediate threat to Palmer but the team were considering their options for next season "What we are doing with Robert has nothing to do with what Jo does this weekend or even after the summer break" the Frenchman had told motorsportcom "Jo will be driving in Spa and the plan is for him to drive until the end of the season"Abiteboul added However he also said he expected Palmer to score his first points of the season –something the Briton failed to do He is now one of just two drivers on the grid without a point after 11 races Written by Express News Service | Panchkula | Published: March 19 2013 1:50 am Top News Chandigarh golfers Saaniya Sharma and Preetinder Kaur will hope to claim a top-three spot in the championship when the sixth leg of the Women’s Pro Golf tour kicks off at Panchkula Golf Club today While Saaniya Sharma finished sixth in the last leg held at Chandigarh Golf Club last weekPreetinder Kaur finished third with a total score of 23 in the Chandigarh event Kolkata GolferNeha Tripathiwill be a strong contender for the top spot in the sixth leg along with veteran golfer Smriti Mehra Both thegolfers have won two legs each on the tour so far while Sharmila Nicollet is the only other golfer to have won a leg this season The tournamentwhich will be played from March 19 to March 21 carries atotal prize-money of INR 500000 Neha Tripathi fresh from her win in the fifth leg will be eager to extend her winning spree at Panchkula this week Looking at her performance graph this seasonthe Kolkata golfer who is currently placed second in the Hero Order Meritstands a strong chance oftaking the top spot as just INR 5000 separates her from the current leaderSmriti Mehra For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: June 1 2013 1:07 am Related News Candidates of the ruling Samajwadi Party and Bahujan Samaj Partywho are the main contenders in the Handia Assembly by-election in Allahabad scheduled for June 2are both banking on the sympathy factor SP candidate Prashant Kumar Singh is banking on public sympathy following the death of his father and former MLA Mahesh Narain Singhwhose death has caused the by-election His main rival Pankaj Tripathi of the BSPtoois seeking sympathy He is accusing the SP government of giving protection to Vijay MishraMLA from Gyanpurwho was an accused in the case of murder of his father Dharnidhar Tripathi in 1980 Both Pankaj and Prashant are contesting their first Assembly election Tripathi is nephew of Rakesh Dhar Tripathiwho was minister in the previous Mayawati government During the campaignI told people about the murder of my fatherand illegal acts of Vijay Mishra and other criminal elements who are getting protection from the SP government? He has said that he was merely following instructions from his superior officers, Pete remains my hero for life,the Congress preferred to remain tight-lipped on the issue and only maintained that the FIR would not become an election issue. 2016 12:41 am Top News An inquiry has been ordered into the death of an RSS leader.

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