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By: Express Web Desk | Published: August 1 2017 10:15 pm Manish Pandey scored brilliant 86 runs which included nine boundaries and a six (Source: File) Top News India A registered their second win of the tournament after thrashing Afghanistan A by a 114-run margin in the fourth one-day match of the Triangular series at Pretoria on Tuesday After winning the toss Afghanistan A put India A to bat but it didn’t go according to the plan for them The men in blue lost their first wicket early at the score of 38 runs as Karun Nair failed to provide a formidable start Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant then combined well and continued to score at a decent rate and hammered 70 runs together for the second wicket before Iyer was dismissed for 44 runs by Sharafuddin Ashraf Rishabh Pant continued to smash boundaries but couldn’t convert his attacking half century into a century as he got out for 60 After the set pair was back in the hut Manish Pandey led from the hunt and scored a strokeful 86 which included nine boundaries and a six Pandey helped the other batsmen to play without fear and also stitched a crucial 78-run fourth wicket partnership with Deepak Hooda Towards the end Krunal Pandya also chipped in with Pandey as the left-hander scored a 27-ball 48 helping India A to finish at 322 for the loss of five wickets in their 50 overs Sharafuddin Ashraf was the pick of the bowlers for Afghanistan A with two wickets for 48 runs in his 10-over spell Chasing a massive total of 323 Afghanistan A batsmen never seemed to match the required run-rate as they kept on losing wickets at regular intervals Afghanistan A lost half of their side below 100 runs and finally managed to get 209 runs on the board with one wicket left Najibullah Zadran scored the highest 62 for his team For Afghanistan A Zadran and captain Shafiquallah recorded the highest partnership of 57 runs which was for the sixth wicket For India A Mohammed Siraj bowled exceptionally well picking up three wickets for 49 runs in his 10 overs and another impressive performance was given by Siddharth Kaul who gave away just 35 runs in his nine overs grabbing two wickets For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: August 10 2017 12:37 pm Brad Haddin will be working under Darren Lehmann Related News Australia have announced a new fielding coach till the end of 2019 Former wicket-keeper batsman Brad Haddin will take charge after Greg Blewett decided to step down and return home to take a role with the South Australian Cricket Association Cricket Australia said on Thursday Veteran of 66 Tests and 126 ODIs Haddin will be working under Darren Lehmann after he decided to leave the coaching roles of Islamabad United in Pakistan Super League and Australia ‘A’ He has been coaching the New South Wales and Australia age group squads since 2015 “I grew up in an era of players like Andrew Symonds and Ricky Ponting who gave Australian cricket a real identity in the standards of world class fielding” he said in a news release “They were the type of players who took it personally if the team wasn’t fielding well and that created a level for the rest of the group to aspire to “I want to hold this group accountable to that kind of standard and I believe we have the talent to do that” Lehmann said that Blewett was brilliant in his job and now Haddin will bring multi skill set “It has been fantastic having Greg involved in the side” said Lehmann “Brad had a wonderful career as a player for Australia and will bring a multi skill set to our environment His primary focus will be on fielding carrying on the good work that Greg has done but will also work very closely with our wicket-keepers” Australia will travel to Bangladesh to play a two-match Test series before travelling to India for a ODI and T20I series They await England for a home summer Ashes series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Congress on Thursday supported the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terrorist launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC) "The Congress wholeheartedly supports the surgical strike on terror (launch) pads in PoK (Pakistan occupied Kashmir) by Indian Army Salute the valour of our armed forces" Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said INC wholeheartedly supports the surgical strike on terror pads in POK by Indian Army Salute the valour of our armed forces — Randeep S Surjewala (@rssurjewala) September 29 2016 Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel too congratulated the Indian Army for undertaking surgical strikes on terror launch pads "We stand completely behind our Armed Forces" he said We congratulate the Indian army for undertaking surgical strikes on terror launch padsWe stand completely behind our Armed Forces — Ahmed Patel (@ahmedpatel) September 29 2016 Director General Military Operations (DGMO) Lt Gen Ranbir Singh said the Indian Army carried out surgical strikes on terrorist launch pads across the LoC inflicting heavy casualties The military action by India came 11 days after terrorists killed 18 Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir New Delhi: Girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class 12 results declared on Sunday bagging the top two spots and recording a better pass percentage compared with boys Raksha Gopal from Delhi’s neighbourhood Noida in Uttar Pradesh topped the Class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education exams followed by Bhoomi Sawant De from Chandigarh Raksha from Amity International School in Noida secured 996 percent marks and Bhoomi from DAV School in Chandigarh scored 994 percent marks the CBSE said Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra both from Bhavan Vidyalaya in Chandigarh came joint third with 992 percent marks According to CBSE a total of 875 percent girls passed the exams compared with 78 percent boys A total of 1076761 students registered for the Class 12 examinations but only 1020762 appeared at 3504 centres across the country between 9 March and 29 April The pass percentage this year recorded a marginal drop to 82 percent from 8305 percent last year Only 837229 students managed to pass this year the board said File image of CBSE all-India topper Raksha Gopal Image courtesy: News18 The CBSE announced the results of all its 10 regions simultaneously —including the highest 258321 students from Delhi region followed by Panchkula in Haryana with 184557 and Ajmer in Rajasthan with 131449 candidates The board said 10091 students scored more than 95 percent marks and 63247 more than 90 percent this year A total of 2497 candidates with various disabilities also sat for the exams this year of which 2123 students passed Ajay K Raj from St Thomas Central School in Thiruvananthapuram topped in the differently abled category with 490 marks out of a maximum of 500 marks? The minister advised students who could not perform well that "the defeat is not final unless we keep trying".

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Significantly, the ED has virtually deployed all legal measures in place to bring back Mallya to India and make him join investigations "in person", In reply, India won by 6 wickets.

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