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I would never ever trade anything for that. I like playing my shots and will stick to that, his curls not yet tinted. Lasith Malinga’s mother Swarna says her son hasn’t visited their house even once in the last 10 years. Express Photo Lasith though was a bright student and good at maths She enrolled him in a fairly reputed college the Mahinda College (some 30km from Rathgama) and wanted him to work in a bank like her But little did the unsuspecting mother know that the college also encouraged cricket and he was sketching a different career plan “He will go to college fresh and come back really tired When I asked him he used to come up with some excuse like the tyre of the bus got punctured or something like that” Swarna knew he was lying but as long as he fetched good marks it didn’t matter to her why he came home late He even hid from her that he had begun playing for the Galle Cricket Club But he couldn’t keep lying “One day I had gone to Matara for a wedding As I passed through a ground I saw someone like him” she recollects That evening she scolded him but seeing Lasith’s defiance she let him be A few days later a neighbour showed her a picture of Lasith in a newspaper It made her really happy though she was still sceptical of his choice “No one from our village or our relatives has ever been a cricketer We’d just seen them on the TV” she says It was at Mahinda College that Lasith first picked a leather ball Two years later he played his first First-Class game and picked up eight wickets “He came home happy with all his friends and brought us sweets” she remembers Inwardly her scepticism slightly dissipated The wickets thereafter came in a flurry A decade-and-a-half later he is a global cricketing icon doing maths with his wickets and rich enough to buy banks himself Swarna is a proud mother But when there is a sudden urge to see her son she wishes he were working in a bank in Galle or the suburbs where he’d return home every night and “I could see him everyday” she says And she wouldn’t need to raid shelves for his pictures in the dead of the night ************************** “Lasith my good friend Lasith do you know him Is he here” asks Gamini his voice choking The wiry Gamini an ex-Navy man was Lasith’s childhood buddy and claims to have captained him in local matches played with a soft ball It’s nearly 12 years since they’ve seen each other or conversed It’s not that the trappings of stardom have made Malinga pricey and forget his roots and friends They were regularly in contact over phone even after he became a star But once they quarrelled and drifted apart just like that Gamini knows it can be resolved over a few swigs of arrack and salmon but it’s too late he feels “He will certainly recognise me and will take me home But what do we talk Why do you need to dig up the past Both of us will feel uncomfortable He’s living his life and I mine” he sighs The details of their fight are sketchy Gamini doesn’t want to divulge anything All he says is that they fell apart after Lasith got married “Nobody in the village was invited We felt heartbroken For we have always supported and encouraged him At least he should have remembered that he first practised those yorkers against us” he says There was a period when Lasith was so disenchanted that he mulled even quitting the game Gamini claims he was his soulmate “Despite bowling so well he was not getting picked You need push to get into the team Colombo boys get it For someone from Rathgama it’s difficult” he says Malinga’s friends Gamini (in black sweat shirt) and Abeysekara?unless the government agrees to our demands, said Dharampala Jat leader MeanwhileChairman of Haryana Backward Classes CommissionJustice (retd) K C Guptain a statement said on Wednesday that the Commission will soon submit its report to the government The demands of the Jats included a quota in government jobs both at central and state levels as well as immediate withdrawal of criminal cases registered against them for the agitations held in Haryana last year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: March 30 2011 1:58 am Top News The Pune district consumer disputes redressal forum (consumer court) recently ordered Country Club (India) Limited to pay compensation of Rs 175 lakh with 9 per cent interest from May 2009 to Manojkumar Chaurasiya for the Clubs inability to provide some of the promised amenities The complainant Manojkumar Chaurasiyaa resident of Sinhgad road was promised lifetime membership of Country Club on payment of Rs 21 lakh that included entry at various partner-clubs in an outside India20 per cent discount in Hotel Amruta Casteldiscount in lodging at select Indian and foreign hotelsshopping centres in IndiaRs five lakh accident insurance along with Rs 1089 sq feet land demarcated for Vedic Spa in Bangalore for free After going through the offerChaurasiya paid Rs 175 lakh towards membership fee Howeverwhen Chaurasiya checked on the internet and later travelled to Bangalorehe found out that there was no land for Vedic Spa He therefore cancelled his membership with the Country Club and demanded reimbursement of Rs 175 lakh that he had paid towards membership fee When he received no responsehe filed a consumer complaint on August 32009 Chaurasiya pleaded his case by himself The defendant argued that Chaurasiya had not paid the remianing amount out of Rs 21 lakhwhich is why he was denied membership HoweverChaurasiya proved that he received no notice(s) from the Country Club that he needed to pay the remaining amount to confirm his membership The consumer court panel comprised president Anjali Deshmukhand members Sulabha Joshi and Jawahar Naik For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News All the Khaps of Haryana have agreed to support us. We want Delhi and all other states to take pride in us, They are still considered social untouchables despite a law against it. the love they receive from the fans is a humbling experience. It is learnt that the South African board was convinced to go along with the changes mooted after the BCCI had assured them of a few lucrative tour arrangements.
“There’s a long way to go, I gifted her the teaser of Jazbaa. After B. Affected students from various colleges have been coming together to sign a petition on social networking sites, Adams would also serve as medical director in the Regular Corps of the Public Health Service. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: March 27,S. Israel’s closest ally previously vetoed council resolutions on settlements but on this one it abstained Wednesday’s meeting took place soon after former South Carolina Gov Nikki Haley who strongly opposes the settlements resolution was sworn in as US ambassador to the United Nations and a day after the Trump administration declined to take a position on Israel’s latest expansion plan breaking with past White House criticism of such construction but leaving its own policy unclear Bolivia a strong supporter of the Palestinians and a council member asked for the briefing by Nickolay Mladenov the UN envoy trying to promote Middle East peace Israel said Tuesday it approved plans to build 2500 new settler homes in the West Bank signaling a major ramp-up of construction just days after the swearing-in of US President Donald Trump whose election has emboldened the settlement movement Skoog said council members “are worried about any unilateral action that threatens the peace process _ that moves us away rather than toward a two-state solution” Riyad Mansour the Palestinian UN ambassador called Israel’s intensification of settlement building illegal and in “complete disregard” of the council’s resolution “It is the responsibility of the Security Council not to allow them to get away with that” he told reporters He said the Palestinians are discussing “all kind of ideas” with council members and others to ensure that the resolution which calls for a halt to settlement building is implemented For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Panaji | Published: December 22 2017 6:42 pm Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar (Express Photo by Pradip Das) Related News The Congress has termed the Goa government’s openness for bilateral talks with Karnataka over the diversion of Mahadeyi river water as an “anti-Goa” move Congress’ Goa Chief Shantaram Naik in a press conference here today stated that the reason for Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar to take such an “anti-Goa” and “anti-Goan” decision on Mahadeyi water was to win the Karnataka elections “Manohar Parrikar has gone against the interest of Goa and Goemkars (Goans) by taking a decision to allow Karnataka to lift water of the Mahadeyi when the matter is pending before the Mahadeyi Water Tribunal” Naik said “The stand taken by Parrikar that in principle Goa would not oppose reasonable and justifiable quantum of drinking water to Karnataka from the Mahadeyi river on humanitarian grounds is unrealistic It will prove harmful for Goa’s claim placed before the tribunal” Naik added Naik alleged that Karnataka is full of underutilized drinking water sources like the tributary of the river Malaprabha near Hubli which has a catchment area of 5048 square kilometres “Unfortunately this water is hardly used to the extent of 15 TMC (thousand million cubic feet) Karnataka also has about 22 rivers in Belgaum unutilized” he added Naik said that considering the projected water needs of Goa till 2050 a committee of experts has stated that the Mahadeyi river is a water deficit basin and therefore has no scope for water diversion “No neighbouring state can divert the natural flow of rivers that are flowing in the direction of a wildlife sanctuary without obtaining permissions from the environment ministry and also from National Board of Wildlife Protection” he added For all the latest Goa News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 15 2010 1:35 am Related News Taking cognizance of the news report 9 new constructions to obstruct hill view that appeared in Chandigarh Newsline on November 12Punjab and Haryana High Court has referred the case to Chief Justice Mukul Mudgal The case will come up for hearing on Monday Newsline had carried a report on residential project Tata Camelot coming up at Kansal where nine types of residential towers would be built There are concerns that due to the towers the concept on which the city has been developed would be damaged It may also affect the claim of the city to get UNESCO status It is opined that the Capitol Complex was designed in a manner to have uninterrupted view of the Shivaliks that would be obstructed For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Beirut | Updated: December 26 2015 8:13 pm Militant groups in Syria on Saturday mourned the death of a powerful rebel commander who was killed in an airstrike near Damascus a high profile assassination that may shift the balance of power in rebel-held suburbs of the Syrian capital (Source: AP) Related News Militant groups in Syria on Saturday mourned the death of a powerful rebel commander killed the previous day in an airstrike near Damascus a high-profile assassination that may shift the balance of power in rebel-held suburbs of Damascus Zahran Allouch the head of the Army of Islam group was killed in an airstrike that targeted the group’s headquarters during a meeting on Friday He was instantly killed along with other commanders from the ultraconservative Ahrar al-Sham and the Faylaq al-Rahman groups His assassination a month before peace talks are scheduled to begin between the Syrian government and opposition rebel groups is a blow to insurgents fighting to topple President Bashar Assad and a boost to government forces who have been bolstered by the Russian military intervention in Syria in the past few months Syrian government forces have been on the offensive in several parts of the country since Russia began its military campaign in late September to shore up Assad’s forces The Army of Islam took part earlier this month in an opposition meeting held in Saudi Arabia to agree on an opposition delegation that would negotiate with Assad’s government representatives in peace talks planned for late January in Geneva The Syrian government describes the group as “terrorists” and has said it will not negotiate with such factions The Syrian army claimed responsibility for the airstrike that killed Allouch although many among the opposition blamed Russia “The martyrdom of Sheikh Zahran Allouch should be a turning point in the history of the revolution and rebel groups should realize they are facing a war of extermination by (Russian President Vladimir) Putin’s regime” said Labib Nahhas a senior member of the Ahrar al-Sham group “The next stage will witness the liquidation of those leaders who began the uprising” wrote Abu Hassan al-Muhajer another senior member of the group on Twitter Other insurgent groups including the al-Qaida branch in Syria the Nusra Front lamented his killing The Army of Islam group swiftly appointed Essam al-Buwaydhani a field commander known as Abu Hammam as the new leader of the group replacing Allouch In a video posted on the Internet late Thursday a spokesman for the Army of Islam said Allouch’s killing “will only increase our fight” against Assad’s government and the Islamic State group “We are moving forth on the path and we do not change or alter” the unidentified speaker said reading from a statement In a statement the Nusra Front said Allouch died after years of “sacrifice” and wished his successor luck Allouch who was in his mid-40s was widely known to be supported by Saudi Arabia and Turkey He was one of the most powerful rebel commanders with thousands of fighters controlling large parts of the eastern Damascus suburbs of Eastern Ghouta and Douma In addition to fighting government forces the Army of Islam faction fought pitched battles against its rival the Islamic State group near Damascus A former prisoner who was released in a general amnesty after the uprising against Assad began in March 2011 Allouch joined the armed opposition and formed the Army of Islam which soon became one of the most organized rebel factions in Syria Critics accused him of sectarian politics and brutal tactics similar to that of the Islamic State group He is blamed by other opposition groups for the December 2013 disappearance of four prominent activists including human rights activist and lawyer Razan Zaytouni He has denied holding them although they were abducted from an area under Army of Islam control Earlier this year after government airstrikes on the suburbs of Damascus killed dozens Allouch’s fighters forced some Alawites whom his group was holding into cages that were then displayed in public areas and markets using them as human shields to try to prevent further airstrikes Alawites are a Shiite offshoot to which Assad’s family also belongs The large metal cages with men and women inside were then put on pick-up trucks that drove around Damascus suburbs For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsN. which has said that 2015 World Championship Bronze medalist Narsingh Yadav would represent the country in the 74 kg weight category, told the court that they would not “interfere” as the “federations have autonomy”.
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