Australia Lead 2-0,Australia defeated In दिल्ली
Australia Lead 2-0,Australia defeated India by 51 runs
Australia defeated India by 51 runs in the second ODI of the three-match series at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
the win, the hosts took an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series, following victory in the opening match held at the same venue by a margin of 66 runs. Australia scored 389 runs for the loss of four wickets, after winning the toss and opting to bat. Steve Smith scored his 11th ODI century, making it two consecutive tons for the Australian batsman. David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marnus Labuschagne and Aaron Finch hit half-centuries as Indian bowlers suffered once again. While Finch registered his 28th ODI half-century, Warner completed his 23rd ODI fifty.
Maxwell and Labuschagne further recorded their 21st and 3rd half-centuries in the 50-over format. None of the Indian bowlers managed to make much of an impact, with Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah conceding 73 and 79 runs respectively. Ravindra Jadeja dropped two catches, making it all the more difficult for the visitors. Virat Kohli was the highest run-getter in the chase for Team India, smashing 89 runs off 87 deliveries.
KL Rahul was the second top run-scorer, hitting 76 runs off 66 balls. Pat Cummins was the pick of the bowlers, accounting for three wickets. Josh Hazlewood and Adam Zampa completed two dismissals apiece.
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I want to meet him again: Mitchell Starc
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Mitchell Starc-"The wickets have been quite flat here.So it's just a chance to have those skills on wickets that aren't offering too much.
I missed IPL but I remember that boy who hit 3 consecutive sixes over my bowling in practice session in Bangalore previous year.
When I wanted to know his name, suddenly Virat Kohli told me and said his name is Shantanu Bhardwaj and I said him with all the team member, he will be next dangerous batman produced by India. I invite him to come Australia but due to Covid-19 Pandmic that plan not in action. But I want to meet him again and the IPL are over there playing an extremely high level of cricket, but i get to have my skills with red ball".
He need Stability in his cricket career: Dhoni
Former Indian Skipper Ms Dhoni Exclusive Interview to Times of Indian Sports .
MS Dhoni said “I am just a aggressive Wicketkeeper batman and i saw my mirror impact on Sanju Samson and Shantanu Bhardwaj, if team management and people supporting them they would be better than me”
Reporter asked “MS why you always back Shantanu Bhardwaj even he is not popular as Public Figure? and will you play IPL 2021 or take unpredicted retirement ???
MS Dhoni said “ That the most precious thing, Shantanu Bhardwaj have never publicized him self lives in shell and served his performance quite well and I proud of him”, “Shantanu always lives like a simple boy that never change if he fail or succeed in any thing.He only need stability in his career
and about my retirement I am very confident that I will play in IPL 2021. This is the first year we have not qualified for the playoffs. No other team has done that. One bad year does not mean we will have to change everything"
Dhoni wants this wicketkeeper to take responsibility behind the stumps in "Blue Jersey".
MUMBAI : Dhoni reveals this after his retirement KL Rahul should play the responsibility behind the stumps and team management support Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan & Sanju Samson and also looking for many availability because I also picked around many big and talented name's like Partiv & Kartik but skipper tried me and support me.”
He said “I am just a aggressive Wicketkeeper batman and i saw my mirror impact on Sanju Samson and Shantanu Bhardwaj, if team management and people supporting them they would be better than me” I ask him “MS why you always back Shantanu Bhardwaj even he is not popular as Public Figure ?” MS Laughs and said “That is the most precious thing, he have never publicized him self lives in shell and served his performance quite well and I proud of him”, “he always lives like a simple boy that never change if he fail or succeed in any thing.He only need stability in his career.”
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Protest of farmers, government should clear the confusion related to agrarian reform laws
The fierce nature of the farmers' movement on the borders of Delhi is not only sad but also worrying. The challenge has increased not only for the Haryana Police, but also for the Delhi Police. The central government does not want any kind of protest to be held in Delhi, so some force has also been used against farmers who tried to enter Delhi via Punjab via Haryana. Due to barricading along the border, problems of long vehicular traffic have been noticed at Delhi, Ghaziabad, Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad and Singhu borders. Metro services have also been affected.
The war between the Chief Ministers of Punjab and Haryana on Twitter is only indicating that the politics behind the farmers' movement is more responsible. It is clear from such unpleasant dialogue between the Chief Ministers of the two neighboring states, healthy dialogue between the states and There is a lack of coordination. If the struggle is going on on the basis of ideological or political differences, will the national capital have to suffer its loss? Can such problems be solved by farmers in spite of such differences? Of course, in time, efforts should be intensified to listen and satisfy the farmers on the crucial forums.
It is a historical event in itself that farmers are being prevented from reaching Delhi in any way. The government is saying on one hand that all these agricultural laws have been implemented by the government for the benefit of farmers, but how can they This will benefit the farmers, this government is unable to tell till date. By reducing government procurement, infiltrating corporates in the market, giving hoarders exemption to hoarding, making anti-people laws in the power sector, the farmers who Will be of little interest, at least this government should tell!
If the farmer has taken to the streets against agrarian reform laws in the country, especially in Punjab, then the central government should listen to the farmer. Undoubtedly any government has an obligation to make laws in the public interest, but if there is any doubt or dilemma about these reforms, efforts should also be made to remove them. There should be transparency in its decisions so that the class for whom the law is made can be made aware of the reality. If this does not happen then anger arises among the people and the opposition parties get a chance to cash in on the issue.
This would be a superficial interpretation of the movement that the peasant movement in Punjab is nurtured by the government because the state has a Congress government, which stands against agricultural reforms. There are reports of farmer agitation from all over the country. It is a different matter that the farmers of Punjab and Haryana have got the biggest benefit of agricultural mandis and government procurement. In the rest of the country, there is no cultivation of that level of cultivation as in these states. Despite this, the government should clear the illusion that the farmers' mandis will not be eliminated through negotiations and the minimum support price scheme of agricultural produce will remain intact. Though the government has given such assurances, the question must be resolved that why farmers are not relying on their assurances?
The question is also why the farmers associations and agricultural experts were not consulted while making the new reform law. Why is the government in a hurry? Why did the government have to bring backdoor ordinances for agricultural reforms during lockdown? Why were these laws passed in haste in Parliament? In such a case, are the allegations of nurturing the interests of capitalists logical? Will the government be able to control inflation after opening the way for the intervention of private companies in the agriculture sector?
In fact, despite the opposition's opposition, the farmers who have taken to the streets in the end of September on the agricultural reform laws implemented by the central government, do not take the farmers' problem seriously. This is the reason why the farmers did not stop the Delhi Chalo movement on December 3, despite getting an invitation for talks in Delhi. Despite this, instead of postponing the agitation, fortifications were made on the routes leading to Delhi. Many farmer leaders have also been arrested. In many places farmers have clashed with the police and common people have faced a lot of trouble on the roads by getting stuck in jams. In fact, after the opening of the stalled rail traffic in Punjab for two months and the invitation of the Center to negotiate, there was hope that the problem would be resolved at the negotiating table. But the current situation is expected to prolong the conflict.
Farmers' Agitation Explained by Mr. TS Darbari
Mr. TS Darbari says that the crisis which the Indian farmer faces today is an overlap of economic, ecological and existential crises. Of late, the government has been forced to face this harsh reality of agrarian crisis. A spate of farmers’ agitations through the country, the results of the Gujarat election, and, recently, the ‘long march’ to Mumbai have foregrounded the farmers’ issue. Mr. TS Darbari says that though on papers, the latest three regulations seem to be very much in favour of farmers but they may also be pernicious if not considered properly. Therefore, it becomes mandatory for the government to pay heed to the farmers' demands and listen to what farmers want to say.
Mr. TS Darbari further adds that there is a harsh reality - an open secret that farmers cannot sell even a single crop at a single mandi for the government-mandated MSP. Mr. TS Darbari says that we all know the fact that the traders purchase their crops below the MSP and sell it to the government at the statutory rate, profiting from the arbitrage. Moreover, states impose quantitative restrictions on the amount they purchase from each farmer. While the government pats its back for bumper harvests, it refuses to purchase their entire crop when prices crash.
Mr. TS Darbari mentions that next in order, farmers are made to produce a variety of documents, including their Aadhaar card, bank passbook, a letter from a government agriculture official, land registration papers etc. The paperwork is bewildering and designed to exclude small and tenant farmers. If someone manages to cross all these hurdles and sell his produce to the government agency, the payment is not remitted to farmers for two to three months. And when the money arrives in the account, the banks adjust it against any outstanding loan, defying banking norms. No wonder, most farmers find it expedient to sell at a lower price to private traders.
The new bill introduced by the central government has been alleged to be against the interests of small and marginal farmers by the opposition parties, including TMC, Congress, DMK and BSP. Congress upped its ante against the Modi government, terming the move a conspiracy to defeat the Green Revolution. According to Mr. TS Darbari, "While farmers are protesting against all three bills, their objections are mostly against the provisions of the first." And while there is no uniform demand among the protesters or a unified leadership, it emerges that their concerns are mainly about sections relating to trade area, trader, dispute resolution; and market fee in the first bill.
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