2nd ODI: Kuldeep Yadav takes hat-trick as India go 2-0 up against Australia

KOLKATA: Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav became only the third Indian to take a hat-trick as the hosts demolished Australia by 50 runs in the second ODI on Thursday, continuing their dominating run over the listless visitors.

Chasing 253 on a tricky surface, Australia once again had no answer to the guile of wrist spinners Yuzvendra Chahal (2/34) and chinaman Yadav (3/54), who struck at crucial junctures to bundle out the opposition for 202 in 43.1 overs.

With this memorable feat, Yadav joined Kapil Dev (1991) and Chetan Sharma (1987) in a select club of Indians who have picked up a hat-trick. The victory was also India's eighth in a row in ODIs.

India's sensational bowling performance came after captain Virat Kohli made a fluent 92 to take the hosts to 252 with opener Ajinkya Rahane scoring 55 at the top of the order.

Australia, who surrendered to the Indian spinners in Chennai, seemed equally helpless here with seven batsmen recording single digit scores.

Everytime Australia tried to make their way back into the game, Indian spinners responded with a breakthrough, carrying on from the good work done by pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar (3/9) in the early overs.

Kumar made the ball talk in his opening spell, removing the dangerous David Warner and Hilton Cartwright to leave the Australians at nine for two.

Steven Smith (59) and Travis Head (39) got together to resurrect the innings, ending up with a 76-run stand. However, the left-hander flicked a full toss straight to mid-wicket to become Chahal's first scalp and Australia found themselves under pressure again.

Glenn Maxwell (14) came out to support his captain and looked ominous straightaway, sweeping Yadav for two sixes in an over. But he too did not last long when his team needed another solid partnership.

All Australian hopes disappeared with the fall of Smith, who was holed out by deep square leg fielder off a Pandya bouncer.

Then Yadav joined the party by sending back Matthew Wade, Ashton Agar and Pat Cummins in as many balls to send the Eden crowd into a frenzy.

His best ball without a doubt was the hat-trick ball. The young spinners showed remarkable calm to bowl the wrong one that took a thick edge of Cummins' bat before landing into the hands of MS Dhoni.

Yadav got through Wade's stumps before trapping Agar in front of the stumps to be on a hat-trick.

Marcus Stoinis waged a lone battle for Australia towards the end with an unbeaten 62 of 65 balls.

Earlier, Kohli and Rahane struck sublime knocks before Australia made a strong fightback to bowl India out for 252.

Coming on to bat after the early dismissal of Rohit Sharma, Kohli looked in great touch and along with Rahane shared 102 runs off just 111 deliveries for the second wicket to set the base for the total.

Kohli laced his 107-ball knock with eight boundaries, while Rahane hit seven fours during his 64-ball innings.

The time Kohli and Rahane were at the crease India were on course for a big score but the latter's dismissal in the 24th over opened the gates for Australia.

The visitors forged a brilliant fightback with medium pacers Nathan Coulter-Nile (3/51) and Kane Richardson (3/55) sharing the spoils on a slow Eden Gardens wicket.

Pacer Cummins (1/34) and left-arm spinner Agar (1/54) also picked up a wicket each for Australia.

Brought in place of James Faulkner, Richardson picked up the key wickets of last match heroes Mahendra Singh Dhoni (5) and Hardik Pandya (20) as India were bowled out in the last ball of the innings after they comfortably placed at 186 for three in 35 overs.

Despite Rahane's run out, Kohli looked in full flow and along with Kedar Jadhav, who made a run-a-ball 24, added 55 runs for the fourth wicket.

However, Coulter-Nile's twin strikes (Jadhav and Kohli) in successive overs titled the balance in favour of Australia as thereafter India just seemed to have lost the plot.

Kohli played on to be denied his 31st ODI century, while Jadhav, while attempting a cut, was holed up by Glenn Maxwell.

With 15 balls remaining in the innings, a passing shower held up the game for 18 minutes with India placed at 236 for 7.

There was also an injury scare for Pandya, who was hit hard on the grill of his helmet by a shot from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Such was the impact that Pandya lay on the ground as the Aussies also rushed on to him.

India did not have the best of starts as Rohit, whose career-best scores in the all the three formats came here, had a rare blip here, falling for seven.

But the breakthrough in the sixth over hardly had any impact on India's scheme of things with Rahane and Kohli going about their business in style.

The duo played fluently as India reached the 100-run mark in 19.5 overs.

Smith tried out different things but nothing was going Australia's way, when suddenly a runout came to their rescue as going for a second run, Rahane was caught short of the crease by Hilton Cartwright.

Manish Pandey (3) continued his lean patch and was out in a space of 21 balls, becoming Coulter-Nile's second victim.

India replaces China as Top Retail Destination in 2017

India replaces China as Top Retail Destination in 2017

India has replaced China as the top retail destination in 2017 as part of the global retail development index. The change in ranking was an outcome of four factors including increased consumer spending beyond essentials, rising mobile and internet penetration, favorable foreign investment climate and bold action on cashless transaction and GST.

In addition to the bigger retailers and brands, the mid-size brands from across the world are also looking to cash on the relaxed retail policy in India.

Important Takeaways from Above News-
  • Arun Jaitley is the Cabinet Minister of Finance.
Source- The Indian Express

Asian Indoor Games: Chitra, Lakshmanan Win Gold

Asian Indoor Games: Chitra, Lakshmanan Win Gold

Asian champions G. Lakshmanan and P. U. Chitra won gold medals in the athletics events of the fifth Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.

Tamil Nadu’s Lakshmanan won the men’s 3000m while Kerala’s Chitra, who was not cleared by the national body Athletics Federation of India for the recent World Championships in London despite making the cut, took the women’s 1500m title.

Important Takeaways from Above News-
  • Ashgabat is the Capital of Turkmenistan.
Source- The Hindu

IND-AUS 2nd मैच आज: इंडिया के पास नं. 1 बनने का मौका, स्मिथ का 100वां वनडे

टीम इंडिया वनडे रैंकिंग में फिलहाल दूसरे नंबर पर है। अगर वो दूसरा वनडे जीत लेती है तो पहले नंबर पर आ जाएगी।

स्पोर्ट्स डेस्क.भारत-ऑस्ट्रेलिया के बीच वनडे सीरीज का दूसरा मैच गुरुवार को कोलकाता के ईडन गार्डन्स स्टेडियम में खेला जाएगा। हालांकि, बारिश की वजह से कोलकाता वनडे पर सवाल बने हुए हैं। अगर टीम इंडिया ये मैच जीत लेती है तो वो ICC वनडे रैंकिंग में नंबर वन पोजिशन पर आ जाएगी। चेन्नई वनडे जीतकर टीम इंडिया सीरीज में पहले ही 1-0 की बढ़त ले चुकी है। ईडन गार्डन्स में ऑस्ट्रेलिया के कैप्टन स्टीव स्मिथ अपना 100वां वनडे खेलने उतरेंगे। वनडे रैंकिंग में दूसरे नंबर पर है इंडिया...

- ICC वनडे रैंकिंग में फिलहाल टीम इंडिया 118 रेटिंग प्वाइंट के साथ दूसरे नंबर पर है। अगर भारतीय टीम दूसरा वनडे जीत लेती है, तो वो साउथ अफ्रीका को पीछे छोड़ पहली पोजिशन पर आ जाएगी।
- टीम इंडिया ये मैच हार जाती है तो ऑस्ट्रेलिया से पिछड़कर तीसरे नंबर पर पहुंच जाएगी। कंगारू टीम फिलहाल ICC रैंकिंग में तीसरे नंबर पर है और उसके 116 रेटिंग प्वाइंट्स हैं।
- दूसरा वनडे हारने की कंडीशन में भारत और ऑस्ट्रेलिया दोनों के ही 117 प्वाइंट्स हो जाएंगे, लेकिन फिर भी ऑस्ट्रेलिया दूसरे नंबर पर पहुंच जाएगी।

बारिश बन सकती है परेशानी
- ईडन गार्डन्स में होने वाला ये दूसरे वनडे मैच बारिश की वजह से रद्द भी हो सकता है। कोलकाता में पिछले दो दिनों से लगातार बारिश हो रही है और अगले तीन दिन तक भारी बारिश की आशंका है, जिसकी वजह से मैच को लेकर सवाल बने हुए हैं।
- ग्राउंड स्टाफ ने पिच को बारिश से बचाने के लिए पुख्ता इंतजाम कर रखे हैं। सोमवार को हुई बारिश के बाद पिच को कवर से ढंक दिया गया था। मंगलवार को बारिश होने के बाद ग्राउंड स्टाफ ने पूरी आउटफील्ड को कवर कर दिया।
- 2015 में साउथ अफ्रीका और भारत के बीच यहां होने वाला टी-20 मैच मैदान गीला होने की वजह से रद्द हो गया था, हालांकि उसके बाद से स्टेडियम के ड्रेनेज सिस्टम पर काफी काम हुआ है। लेकिन अगर बारिश नहीं रूकी तो मैच होना मुश्किल है।
स्मिथ खेलेंगे सौवां वनडे
- ऑस्ट्रेलियाई टीम के कप्तान स्टीव स्मिथ गुरुवार को अपना 100वां वनडे मैच खेलेंगे। इसे लेकर लेकर स्मिथ काफी एक्साइटेड हैं।
- स्मिथ का कहना है कि, "मुझे लगता है कि मैंने सफेद बॉल से खेलने पर काफी ध्यान लगाया है। जब मैंने वनडे क्रिकेट में बतौर बॉलर शुरू किया था। लेकिन करीब 30 मैचों के बाद मुझे बदलना पड़ा और मैं बैट्समैन बन गया।"
- स्टीव स्मिथ अपने वनडे करियर में अबतक 99 मैचों में 43.67 के एवरेज से 3188 रन बना चुके हैं। जिसमें उन्होंने 8 सेन्चुरी और 17 फिफ्टी भी लगाईं।
- स्मिथ ने अपनी सबसे यादगार इनिंग 2015 क्रिकेट वर्ल्ड कप के सेमीफाइनल में भारत के खिलाफ लगाई सेन्चुरी को बताया। इस पारी में उन्होंने 93 बॉल पर 105 रन बनाए थे, जिसकी बदौलत ऑस्ट्रेलिया वो मैच 95 रन से जीत गई थी।
- कप्तान के तौर पर 42 मैचों का अनुभव रखने वाले स्मिथ का कहना है कि, "आप लगातार सीखते रहते हैं और बेहतर करने की कोशिश करते हैं। आपको कभी संतुष्ट नहीं होना चाहिए। यहां तक पहुंचने के दौरान मैंने काफी कुछ सीखा है, लेकिन काफी कुछ सीखना हमेशा बाकी रहता है।"
ऐसा है इस मैदान का रिकॉर्ड
- टीम इंडिया ने कोलकाता के ईडन गार्डन्स में 20 वनडे मैच खेले हैं, जिनमें से 11 जीते और 8 हारे हैं। वहीं 1 मैच का कोई रिजल्ट नहीं निकल सका।
- दोनों टीमों के बीच कोलकाता के इस मैदान पर आखिरी वनडे साल 2003 में हुआ था, जिसे ऑस्ट्रेलिया ने 35 रन से जीतकर टीवीएस सीरीज पर कब्जा जमाया था।
- भारत और ऑस्ट्रेलिया के बीच वनडे हिस्ट्री में कुल 124 मैच हुए हैं, जिनमें से टीम इंडिया ने 42 और कंगारूओं ने 72 मैच जीते हैं। 10 मैचों का कोई रिजल्ट नहीं निकला।
- घरेलू मैदान पर भारत ने ऑस्ट्रेलिया के खिलाफ 52 मैच खेले, जिनमें से 22 मैच जीते और 25 हारे हैं। 5 मैचों का कोई रिजल्ट नहीं निकला।

दोनों के लिए मददगार होगी पिच
- ईडन गार्डन्स के हेड पिच क्यूरेटर सुजान मुखर्जी का कहना है कि इस मैच के लिए बनाई गई पिच बॉलर्स और बैट्समैन दोनों के लिए फायदेमंद होगी।
- हालांकि इतने लंबे समय तक कवर से ढका होने के कारण मैदान पर ज्यादा उछाल नहीं मिलेगा, जिससे ये पिच बॉलर्स के लिए कम फायदेमंद होगी।
- साल 2016-17 क्रिकेट सीजन के बाद पिच को फिर से बिछाया गया है और इसके बाद से यहां फास्ट बॉलर्स को काफी फायदा मिल रहा है।
- बंगाल क्रिकेट एसोसिएशन (कैब) के प्रेसिडेंट सौरव गांगुली भी लगातार ग्राउंड स्टाफ के कॉन्टेक्ट में हैं और स्टेडियम की स्थिति पर नजर रखे हुए हैं।


Lucknow Central movie review

Directed By: Ranjit Tiwari
Produced By: Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, Nikhil Advani, Monisha Advani, Madhu G Bhojwani
Cast: Farhan Akhtar, Diana Penty, Deepak Dobriyal, Rajesh Sharma, Ronit Roy, Inaamulhaq, Gippy Grewal
Duration: 2 hours 27 minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 3/5
Whisking vivid feelings led by triumph, disaster and tragedies was what debutant director Ranjit Tiwari aimed to do. With its share of mild flaws, ‘Lucknow Central’ pulls off its intentions pretty well.
Farhan Akhtar plays one Kishen Mohan Girhotra, a UP man who falls victim to false accusations of committing a murder, and lands up behind the bars. Now, this portion looked not only fairly unconvincing, but also enjoyed unlikely convenience as events occurred.
Kishen is just one among many under unfavourable circumstances, may be? He is a passionate singer who imagines himself to make it big some day. But a jail isn’t where you do that, right? For Kishen, however, the tale twists.
After some intemperate conflicts with fellow inmates that look like the director’s efforts to introduce us to other key characters and also set a backdrop of imminent days, he comes across Parminder (Gippy Grewal), Victor (Deepak Dobriyal), Pandit Ji (Rajesh Sharma) and Dikkat Ansari (Inaamulhaq). Gayatri Kashyap aka Diana Penty is a social activist who crucially functions behind forming  a musical band at the Lucknow Central Jail, uniting the five friends with a mutual motive of breaking free.  Though, the hidden agenda is smelt by the badass jailer (Ronit Roy). At the end, however, the film is not about finding freedom through short cuts. It is about dumbing down the catastrophes.
Farhan Akhtar seems to have developed a serious fetish for films with music as their key influential factor. Though, drawing a comparison with ‘Rock On!!’ and ‘Rock On 2’ wouldn’t be fair, since ‘Lucknow Central’, in its ambitions and intentions, is more than a group of people celebrating music as their passion. And since the film was almost banking on the spirit of melody, we expected so much more from the film’s music. It however remained only situational.
The first half flows slowly and comfortably, allowing you to sync in to the moving course of events. The second half is eventful, quicker, resulting in quite an adrenaline rush.  It is also the period of changing emotions. Barring places wherein the pace slows down, Tiwari’s direction is crisp and has its message on point.
A strong Rajesh Sharma and an aptly obnoxious Ronit Roy take away the cake from a decent Farhan Akhtar here. Diana Penty, in her third Bollywood outing, has a surprisingly small screen-time. She manages fairly well, but leaves no mark. Another person, to have done a commendable job within limited time, is Manav Vij.
Production wise, the film is a delight. From the massive jail, perfectly imitated and made to feel like a narrow, little known world of its own, to those dimmed lights giving away hints of many scary nights, ‘Lucknow Central’ just looks and feels real. So is the cinematography, demonstratively done by Tushar Kanti Ray.
Where the film arguably lacks is, the sufferings don’t stay with you for long. However, the film definitely deserves one watch.
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Simran movie review

Directed By: Hansal Mehta 
Produced By: Bhushan Kumar
Cast: Kangana Ranaut 
Duration: 2 hours 04 minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 2.5/5
Once, there was a small girl. She asked her mother, “Mom, what’s a good girl?” Her mother answered, “If you are a good girl, you get a boyfriend”. The girl asked, “And what if I become a bad girl?” Her mom said, “Then you get many!”
Sums up Simran’s character. Badass and beautiful. Free as a storm, pellucid as a river. Lovable in all her mistakes. If not for Kangana Ranaut, ‘Simran’ would probably be an exhausting watch.
Praful Patel (Kangana Ranaut) a 30-year-old divorcee has every possible annoyance in her life. Her parents pester her to marry again. She doesn’t have enough money to buy a house of her own. The woman who looks and acts chirpy and delighted with her life on the surface, has dark patches of loneliness and futility, underlying. Her forage of prosperity leads her to a mistake, then another, and another. Finally you know, she is in deep mess.
Kangana possesses this strange ability to literally wear the shades of her character, in every film. ‘Simran’ is no exception. In fact, she lives the confusions, the catastrohpes, the let-downs and the deliberate happiness with the finesse of a seasoned performer. But the best part is something else. She doesn’t take shelter of past tragedies to justify her present self. She is badass without being apologetic. She refuses sex without protection and shrugs off relationships that are over. She says no when necessary, and pleases no one. She falls in love, and falls out of love too. She admits her needs, and does act needy at times. She soaks her life with every bit of her fibre. They all are what make her a bit like all of us. In a long time, Praful Patel is the most progressive female character that doesn’t scream rebel, but subtly acts like one. And she’s a slap to Bollywood’s otherwise stereotyped depiction of ‘strong’ women.
If you exclude Kangana’s coruscating deliverance, you’ll be left with less than what you expected. Hansal Mehta, whose proficiency in making slice-of-life films is adored, puts in all efforts to come up with an emotionally riveting, subdued tale with a number of familiar crises which is at the same time, a lighter watch. But in that case, the comedy quotient should’ve been higher. We’ve certainly seen better from him. At more than one place, ‘Simran’ has taken supererogatory cinematic liberty. As a result, a chunk of the film is unconvincing. There are high chances it will convince you that robbing banks is easy. Don’t give up to that inspiration!
Further, throughout the first half, the pace keeps drowning down, making it rather tedious. Despite strongly sketched emotions and supporting actors who manage it fairly well, it feels long. Sohum Shah, for the first time in a kind of romantic role, pulls it off well, accompanied by Kishori Shahane and Hiten Kumar.
Shot like sunshines by Anuj Rakesh Dhawan and ornamented with soothing music by Sachin-Jigar, the film’s production values won’t let you down. But these don’t save a weak screenplay.
But, let’s give the ‘Queen’ what she deserves. Watch ‘Simran’ for a mind-blowing Kangana.
P.S. Only once you watch the film will you know why is it titled ‘Simran’.
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Newton movie review

Directed By: Amit V Masurkar
Produced By: Manish Mundra
Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, Anjali Patil
Duration: 1 hour 46 minutes
Bollywood Bubble Rating: 4/5
I think a one-man army is always underestimated. One woman cooking for a hundred men. One old, fragile security guard protecting a house. One child planting a tree. One blind man crossing the road on his own. It takes just one to arise, to make a change. If not for the Newtons who care for nothing but the truth, how would this messed-up world still sustain?
Rajkummar Rao’s latest outing was like living 1 hour and 46 minutes of an extremely uncomfortable truth. Or may be we are over simplifying what the film was trying to convey. After all, what would we, the privileged urban population, know of places and people, devastated from all ends?
Rajkummar, who plays the titular role, wears his name like a symbol. He is this young government officer with truckloads of values and ethics. Hence, when he is sent to a remote election booth in Chhattisgarh as a presiding officer, he almost dreams he has been trusted with retaining democracy. Not to forget, the film is set on a backdrop of a severely disturbed, naxalite-influenced geographical arena wherein the people are torn between external threats and untrue, politically fickle administration. Newton, as he explores more of a world unbelievably ransacked, is sent through shockwaves at the sight of those burnt and broken houses, devoid of smallest prosperity and happiness. Reality brings him down to the true democracy we boast of; the democracy that probably exists nowhere beyond those 24 inches of a television box. Accompanied by teammates Malko (Anjali Patil), a local tribal woman and also a teacher, and a reluctant Loknath (Raghubir Yadav), he still begins the voting process inside a half-broken, abandoned school building.
And then begins the true exposure. What was initially looking like a crisis Newton would have to bear alone, becomes a twofold story. Since the beginning, we are introduced to Aatma Singh (Pankaj Tripathi), the assistant commander, in charge of Newton and his team’s security. A man of forty and also a man who has earlier managed elections at places like North East and Kashmir, Aatma Singh knows it all. He knows the farce that often occurs in the name of election. And he also knows, the very system that assigns him the duty to safeguard democracy, is failing him in more than one ways. Pankaj Tripathi perfectly essays a character with his own crisis who likes to keep it underneath. A man on a mission with a small weapon, Aatma Singh is constantly trying to wake Newton up to reality. It happens, but not very comfortably.
If you ask us what impacted us more than the actors, we’d say, the people. As we sat through and stared at those scattered, clueless, blank eyes wondering what a mere EVM machine could do for them, none of them looked like actors. They were far too real and far too honest to be anything less than truth, and just truth. Aren’t those the faces that often flash on our TV screens; washed with tears, slapped with tragedies? From UP, Bengal, Assam? From Kashmir, Karnataka, Uttarakhand? Failed by justice, religion, democracy? Failed by us, at large? But well, may be we are just carried away.
Rajkummar Rao looks unstoppable. He has mastered every little posture of a man in an ethical crisis. In one of the sequences, an enraged Rajkummar picks up a gun and screams at the top of his voice as he safeguards four ‘genuine’ voters. Why did I find so many of us in his wrinkles and his sweat-drops?
Anjali Patil plays a local teacher; a young, educated, tribal woman who might not buy the idea of violence caused by naxalites but relates to every bit of exploitation that has led tribals to how perturbed they are today. She is subdued, expressive and acts well. So is Raghubir Yadav.
The production was well taken care of. Since the beginning, you spot major usage of ambient sounds, instead of fabricated music. That just helps the tension build up. Mostly shot at real locations, it features decent work by Swapnil Sonawane.
‘Newton’ isn’t a pleasant watch. Neither is it relaxing on your nerves. It is just a piece of truth shoved on your face with a great dose of dark humour. Watch it for its honesty, and the fine performances.
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India Appoints Ajay Bisaria New High Commissioner to Pakistan

India’s ambassador to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale will now head the Indian mission in China, while envoy to Poland Ajay Bisaria will replace him in Islamabad.

The reshuffle was necessitated by appointment of India's ambassador to China Vijay Gokhale as Secretary (Economic Relations) in MEA. Gokhale played the lead role in defusing the Doklam crisis with Beijing.

Important Takeaways from Above News-
  • Capital of China is Beijing.
  • President of China is Xi Jinping.
Source- The Hindu


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