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?best prime minister we have had? In my opinion this is a wrong verdict; she is the second best after her illustrious father Fourthlyright from 1977opposition partiesled by the BJP or its earlier avtarthe Jan Sanghused to observe every anniversary of the Emergency to denounce the Congress and besmirch Indiras image Then this practice started tapering off In 2007 something startling happened Mulayum Singh Yadav whoalong with a host of political leadershad spent the entire Emergency period in jailthundered that what Mayawati as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh was doing was a hundred times worse than the worst that took place during the Emergency Fifthly and finallywhatever the Emergencys faultswhich were many and grievousits biggest benefit is that it just cant be repeated The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsClick here to view the full scorecard Mirpur: India restored some pride with a consolation 77-run win over Bangladesh in third and final ODI in Dhaka to prevent the spirited hosts from securing a famous 3-0 series whitewash India put in to bat put up a competitive 317 for six courtesy under-fire captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (69 runs off 77 balls) and opener Shikhar Dhawan (75 off 73)) Suresh Raina put up an all-round effort scoring 38 before ending with career best figures of three for 45 Suresh Raina returned his best bowling figures picking 3 crucial wickets AFP Photos The home team flattered to deceive in the chase with its batsmen squandering promising starts eventually ending at 240 all out to give India their first and only win of the short tour Bangladesh were cruising in the first 10 overs despite losing the experienced Tamim Iqbal (5) early Young Soumya Sarkar (40 off 34) showed once again he is a batsman to watch out for during his entertaining stay at the crease The opener played shots all around the wicket in the company of Litton Das (34 off 50) smashing five fours and two sixes to send the crowd into a frenzy Like some of his teammates Sarkar looked set for a big score until he mistimed a slower one off Dhawal Kulkarni giving a simple catch to Ravichandran Ashwin at mid-on The game was still very much alive with Bangladesh reaching 65 for two in 10 overs Das and Mushfiqur Rahim (24 off 30) got together and shared a 50-run stand before the two fell in quick succession leaving their team at 118 for four in the 22nd over And when premier all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan departed to make it 148 for five Bangladesh’s hopes of another famous win over India were receding fast However Sabbir Rahman (43 off 38) and Nasir Hossain (32 off 30) were not to go down without a fight The duo hammered 49 off 38 balls for the sixth wicket as the dew made batting easier in the second half of the game India badly needed a wicket now and Stuart Binny playing his first game of the series provided the timely strike by finding the stumps of the dangerous Rahman leaving Bangladesh at 197 for six in the 33rd over The asking rate was not much of an issue for the hosts but they just kept on losing wickets at regular interval Spinners Ashwin and Axar Patel were effective alongisde part timer Raina Umesh Yadav brought back into the side was wayward again and ended up conceding 33 runs in four overs Earlier Dhawan starred with the bat before beleaguered skipper Dhoni struck a gritty fifty to take India to a defendable total India relied on Dhoni’s 93-run stand for the fourth wicket with Ambati Rayudu (44 off 49) and Dhawan’s 75-run partnership for the second wicket with Virat Kohli (25 off 35) Raina hit a 21-ball 38 with three fours and two sixes giving the innings a much-needed thrust Dhoni who was criticised following the team’s first ODI series defeat to Bangladesh and for his own poor run of form had to work hard for his runs The skipped still managed six boundaries and a six in the process Dhawan who found the fence 10 times laid the foundation and sporadically found the gaps His innings was about immaculate timing delicate touches and deft placement especially through the off-side To start with the intent was there till Rohit Sharma (29) in a moment of indiscretion threw away his wicket to Mustafizur’s away going delivery This was the third time in the series the batsman was castled by the young left-arm pacer who has created a flutter with back-to-back five-wicket hauls in his maiden ODI series With 13 wickets to his credit so far Mustafizur equalled the world record for most number of scalps in a three-ODI series Ryan Harris being the other bowler A 39-run opening stand was followed by a 75-run stand for the second wicket with Dhawan doing the bulk of scoring courtesy some delectable drives through the off-side Kohli who once again failed to make it big after getting his eye in gave away his wicket while going for a needless heave on the on-side On this occasion Kohli was done in by the slowness of the wily Shakib Dhawan on and off kept the likes of Mustafizur Rubel Hossain Arafat Sunny at bay sending them scurrying between mid-off and cover But he too had a soft dismissal The Delhi batsman failed to connect a long hop for the agile Nasir Hossain to complete a good catch at mid-wicket It was then left to the pair of Dhoni and Rayudu to consolidate India’s innings and the duo did that by picking up singles and twos besides hitting the occasional boundaries Dhoni was calculative as well as adventurous He was not scared of stepping down the ground to the spinners and was equally at ease handling the pacers Rayudu was not left behind comfortably rotating the strike even as his skipper produced the big hits PTI Written by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Updated: April 21 2016 10:28 am Related News AN embarrassment to the Congress as well as the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) former vice chancellor of Punjab Agriculture University (PAU) Dr K S Aulakh an agriculture expert who is part of a 12-member committee constituted by the Congress was set to join AAP Wednesday but changed his mind owing to the “cold” treatment meted to him A miffed Aulakh left the venue of a function organised by AAP to take several leaders on board AAP leaders made several calls to him but he did not come back Punjab party affairs in-charge Sanjay Singh even announced his name from the dais but he had left by then Aulakh said “I was called by the party affairs in-charge to the party’s office in Sector 35 I waited there for him When he arrived he just shook hands with me He left soon saying he would meet me at the function I reached the venue I was made to wait for at least four hours I told them not to make me join the party on the lines of a ‘mass wedding’ So many names were being called My name was not even announced Hence I left By the time they realised it I had crossed Kharar” Aulakh said he was “not interested” in politics Share This Article Related Article “I just wanted to do something for the benefit of farmers The AAP national organisational building head Durgesh Pathak came to my house saying they wanted me to join the party I found him quite enthusiastic Hence I decided to join [AAP]” he said Dr Aulakh who was appointed VC by Captain Amarinder Singh during his tenure as Chief Minister was recently chosen by him to head a sub-committee on agriculture This panel was a precursor to the manifesto of the committee as it had to study the problems faced by farmers and offer solutions Before the beginning of the function Dr Aulakh told The Indian Express that he was not part of the Congress “I find them lacking in enthusiasm These (AAP) people contacted me and I am joining them” he had said Later however he said he was “not a member of any party” Any political party was welcome to make use of his expertise to help farmers in the state added Aulakh A senior AAP leader who did not wish to be named said “There were too many people at the venue We did not mean to annoy him (Aulakh) We will apologise to him” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ajay Khape | Pune | Updated: February 9 2016 4:54 am Dhankawade has stepped down Related News As elected representatives in Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) bid goodbye to outgoing mayor Dattatraya Dhankawade many aspirants from the ruling NCP in the civic body have started staking claim for the top post that accords an honour of being the first citizen of Pune Dhankawade stepped down to make way for another corporator of the party to hold the position as per the arrangement made by his party NCP He had submitted his resignation last week after serving for over one year and four months as the mayor His resignation was accepted by the general body on Monday in a special meeting The municipal secretary has started the process for appointing a new mayor by planning election in the general body meeting “We would be seeking the appointment of Pune Divisional Commissioner as the returning officer for the election Thus the date of election would be declared as per his availability” said municipal secretary Sunil Parkhi Dhankawade was elected mayor in December in 2014 The term of mayor as per the law is two-and-a-half year term but the NCP has made an arrangement to enable two corporators to hold the post in one term To ensure there is no waste of time the aspirants have started submitting their application to leader of the House The first among the aspirants is Deepak Mankar who joined by NCP in 2014 after being a corporator of Congress for a long time “I have a vast experience of serving as corporator in PMC I have also held the post of deputy mayor in the past and would efficiently serve as mayor I would ensure the party strength increases in the civic jurisdiction” he said Other contender is Vikas Dangat who points out that he has never sought any position in the past and has never held any office in PMC despite being elected twice in the civic body “I have served as a corporator for around 10 years and I have the relevant experience I also represent the Sinhagad road area from where the city has never got any corporator chairing as mayor” he said Corporator from Shivajinagar Balasaheb Bodke said he would also be staking claim for the mayoral post as he was a senior leader of the party “I had been in the race in the past but was ignored This time I wish to get the opportunity to be the mayor” he said From Solapur road area senior NCP corporator Chetan Tupe is a major contender while Vishal Tambe from Satara road area and Baburao Chandere from Baner have also geared up to join the race They have served as chairperson of various committees in the PMC in its current five-year term There is hardly a year left for the next civic elections Meanwhile the deputy mayor Ulhas Bagul said he would step down from the office only if state party chief asked him to do so “I am meeting the state party chief on Tuesday and would accept the decision that is conveyed to me” Bagul said adding that he would urge the state leadership to not to ask him to step down just because NCP is replacing the mayor For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: August 29 2013 2:33 am Related News The Directorate of Education (DoE) has said that in order to study in a private unaided school under the EWS categorya migrant child must have stayed in the capital for three years so that his education or seat does not go to waste.

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