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” Related News Versatile actor Sanjay Mishra is busy filming “Mangal Ho”,Shaida Mohammad Abdali,infrastructure is still poor. [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kolkata | Published: July 13 2012 4:53 am Related News The West Bengal government on Thursday cancelled the licence of a private home in Hooghly district where a woman died unnaturally and her body buried without police permission Five personsincluding its ownerwere arrested The licence of the homeRehabilitation Centre for Mentally Ill Persons Women) at Khajurdaho in Hooghly districtrun by NGO Dulal Smriti Samsadwas cancelled with retrospective effect from April 1 this yearafter it was found that it had expired on March 31Women and Child Development Minister Sabitri Mitra said here The department has also ordered that all inmates be shifted to other homes with immediate effectMitra saidadding that the steps were taken on the advice of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Uday Chand Kumarthe owner and secretary of the homecook Najiya Khatun and gateman Mathur Patra were arrested Wednesday nightHooghly police sources said The three were produced in a local court in Hooghly and remanded in ten days police custody today Two othersTarumal Das and Prafulla Mallickwho buried the body of the 32-year-old destitute womanGuriaafter her death on July 1were also arrested this morningthe sources said A meeting has been convened with all the authorities of government homes on July 26 to review the situationMitra said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBhubaneswar: Prominent woman athlete Purnima Hembram on Monday was conferred with the prestigious Biju Patnaik Sports Award while Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik also felicitated six other Odia girls who participated in the Rio Olympics on the National Sports Day While Purnima Hembram got Rs 2 lakh citation for the Biju Patnaik Sports Award for the year 2015 Abinash Mishra received Rs 1 lakh as the winner of the Biju Patnaik Bravery Award File photo of Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik PTI Four women hockey players from Odisha- Deep Grace Ekka Namita Toppo Lilima Minz and Sunita Lakra two sprinters- Dutee Chand and Srabani Nanda who participated in the Rio Olympics were also felicitated by the Chief Minister on the ocassion All the six players were given Rs 5 lakh each by the state govenrment Similarly Asirbad Behera was felicitated and given Rs 50000 for his contribution towards development of sports in the state while coach P Dharma Rao (weight lifting) and Chitrasen Patra (football) were felicitated and given Rs 1 lakh each Prominent sports journalist Tanmay Das was felicitated and given Rs 50000 for his contribution to the field while five other persons- Naresh Chandra Baliarsingh Mohapatra Bikram Keshari Nayak Debasis Sahu Mahendra Kumar Nayak and Dhyananda Panda -were felicitated and given Rs 25000 each for social service Addressing the gathering Patnaik said a good sports climate is coming up in the state "It is a pride for the state that six Odia girls have participated in the Olympics 2016 Though they have not won any medal their participation itself will encourage other sports persons in the state" Patnaik said Asserting that the state government was setting up "world class" sports infrastructure and coaching facilities Patnaik said this will further brighten the prospect of sports persons in Odisha "To encourage youths in the sports the state government has announced jobs and other incentives for the sports persons" the chief minister said Here’s a roundup of all the Ranji Trophy action from across India: Erratic Delhi bowled out for 90 Karnataka in command Kolkata: A reckless batting performance saw Delhi bundled out for 90 runs their lowest against Karnataka who took a healthy 41-run first innings lead on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group B match Put in to bat the group B leaders Delhi lost their first wicket for zero and skipper Gautam Gambhir (2) was the second to go with an atrocious pull while the inform Rishabh Pant fresh from his 308 against Maharashtra seemed to be in a hurry and got out for 24 Delhi lost their top five batsmen for 65 runs with no intent to occupy the crease Karnataka bowlers did not have to do anything extraordinary to dismiss them in 355 overs in two hours and 38 minutes in the extended first session Kolkata: Delhi batsman Rishabh Pant plays a shot during the Ranji Trophy match against Karnataka at Eden Garden in Kolkata PTI Left-arm pacer Sreenath Aravind who replaced the injured skipper R Vinay Kumar returned with 4/12 in his first match of the season while off-spinner K Gowtham scalped 3/26 and Abhimanyu Mithun picked up 2/29 In reply Karnataka showed Delhi the way as R Samarth (53) and Mayank Agarwal (56) put up a solid 87-run opening partnership Making a comeback after a bout of Chikungunya India frontline pacer Ishant Sharma returned wicket-less and bowled just 10 overs in four short spells Sharma was expensive with the new ball giving four runs an over and Samarth fresh from his career-best 235 hit the India pacer for six with a clean pull en route to his second half-century from as many matches It was Vikas Tokas (2/35) who gave the breakthrough when Samarth took an edge before Karnataka lost two wickets for 10 runs to close the day for 124 for three at stumps on day one Leading in his first match Karun Nair was batting on three with night watchman Abhimanyu Mithun on seven Earlier Nair won the toss on a pitch with some green tinge to invite the star-studded Delhi line-up to bat and got the breakthrough in the fourth ball of the day Chand was hit on his pad by a rising ball from Mithun to be adjudged LBW Playing his first Ranji match after making a Test comeback after two years Gambhir failed to hold the innings together and his mistimed pull took a top edge to be caught by Karun Nair at wide mid-on The leading run-getter of the season Pant who has a triple century and a century got a reprieve on the first ball after being dropped at second slip by Mithun But he failed to make it big choosing to go for big shots and was dismissed for 24 which included a boundary and three sixes Delhi’s previous lowest against Karnataka was 138 in 2005-06 season in Bangalore Brief Scores Delhi: 90 all out in 355 overs (Arvind Sreenath 4/12 Gowtham 3/26 Mithun 2/29) Karnataka: 131/3 in 52 overs (Mayank Agarwal 56 R Samarth 53) 17 wickets fall as Gujarat come back in Ranji match Lahli: On a day of mayhem 17 wickets fell in the Ranji Trophy match between Railways and Gujarat who were bowled out for 187 before they reduced the rivals to a pathetic 63 for seven Electing to field Railways seemed to be dominating the game when they bowled out Gujarat under 200 with left-arm paceman Deepak Bansal taking six wickets However things changed dramatically with Gujarat taking seven wickets to get upper hand in the Group A match at Chaudhry Bansi Lal Cricket Stadium Bansal had struck for Railways in the second over of the match when he trapped opener Samit Gohel and it was Gujarat skipper Parthiv Patel who saved the side with a fighting 61-run knock Patel was also dropped by Bansal who ripped the top and middle order with his precise bowling When Railways came out bat medium pacer Mehul Patel changed the fortunes of Gujarat by dismissing four Railways batsmen while veteran RP Singh chipped in with two wickets Captain Karn Sharma was at the crease with an unbeaten 22 and giving him company was Anureet Singh Brief Scores: Gujarat 1st innings: 187 all out in 564 overs(P Patel 61 Chirag Gandhi 30; D Bansal 6/46) Railways 1st innings: 63 for 7 in 26 overs (K Sharma 22 batting; M Patel 4/22) Samarth Singh strikes maiden First-Class ton Dharamsala: Samarth Singh scored his maiden First-Class hundred to take Uttar Pradesh to 207/1 at stumps on day one of their Ranji Trophy match against Tamil Nadu UP scored at less than 25 runs per over frustrating the opposition bowlers through out the day Samarth (115*) playing only his second First-Class match showed commendable calm and composure on way to reaching the three-figure mark The centurion opened the batting alongside Tanmay Srivastava (53) and the duo set the tone for the innings with a 109-run stand Samarth slammed 18 fours and couple of sixes in his unbeaten 247-ball knock while Srivastava hit nine fours in his 182-ball effort Samarth went on to bat the entire day and had shared 98 runs with Umang Sharma (36*) at close of play Brief scores: UP 207/1 in 90 overs (Samarth Singh 115 Srivastava 53) Chattisgarh take the honours on Day 1 against Haryana Guwahati: Chattisgarh produced a collective bowling effort to bundle out Haryana for a paltry 178 in their first innings before reaching 68 for one at the end of the opening day’s play in a Group C Ranji Trophy match Left-arm orthodox bowler Ajay Mandal (4/26) registered his best first class bowling figures to stole the limelight for Chattisgarh He was ably supported by Pankaj Rao (2/47) Abhishek Tamrakar (2/54) Pratik Sinha (1/41) and Abhimanyu Chauhan (1/9) Young Rohit Sharma top-scored for Haryana with a patient 45 off 92 balls while Harshal Patel made 34 In reply Chattisgarh made a steady start to reach 41 for no loss before opener Risabh Tiwari nicked one to Nitin Saini behind the stumps off Patel’s bowling in the 16th over Sahil Gupta (25 not out) and Ashutosh Singh (8 not out) ensured no further damage for Chattisgarh to end the day’s proceedings at 68 for one in 24 overs Brief Scores: Haryana: 178 all out in 541 overs (Rohit Sharma 45 Harshal Patel 34; Ajay Mandal 4/26) Chattisgarh: 68 for one in 24 overs (Risabh Tiwari 30 Sahil Gupta 25 not out; Harshal Patel 1/22) Vidarbha reach 254/3 against Assam on Day 1 Thumba: Ganesh Satish struck an unbeaten 93 while opener Sanjay Ramaswamy made 83 as Vidarbha produced a commanding batting display to reach 254 for three on the opening day of the four-day Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match against Assam Opting to bat after winning the toss Ramaswamy and skipper Faiz Fazal (44) shared 68 runs for the opening wicket to lay the foundation for the total Then Ramaswamy and Satish joined hands and the duo piled the misery on the Assam bowlers with a 131-run second wicket stand Off-spinner Swarupam Purkayastha (3/86) picked up all the three wickets for Assam In fact it was Purkayastha who broke the dangerous-looking partnership between Ramaswamy and Satish He also picked up the opening wicket of Fazal and Aditya Shanware Ramaswamy faced 196 deliveries en route to his 83 and struck four hits to the fence while Satish unbeaten 184-ball knock was laced with seven boundaries and one six Assam used as many as seven bowlers but only Purkayastha was the one to taste success Brief Scores: Vidarbha: 254 for three in 90 overs (Ganesh Satish 93 not out Sanjay Ramaswamy 83; Swarupam Purkayastha 3/86) Khajuria misses ton after rallying J&K Mumbai: Young opener Shubham Khajuria played a responsible innings of 90 and helped Jammu and Kashmir recover from a poor start on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy Group C match against Andhra Pradesh at the Brabourne Stadium Khajuria held one end after his team inserted in by Andhra captain Hanuma Vihari lost two quick wickets for only 18 on a track with a tinge of green on it The 21-year-old opener struck 2 sixes and 9 fours in his 238-ball vigil as he added 99 runs with Parvez Rasool (45 in 114 balls) The fourth wicket duo pulled the innings out of the rut it had fallen into at 51 for 3 Khajuria fell after tea and at stumps J and K had advanced to 205 for 6 with Bandeep Singh (14) and Punit Bisht (12) at the crease Khajuria in his first-class career’s 20th game missed a second century when his defense was breached by left arm spinner Bhargav Bhatt who got appreciable turn and bounce from the track to take two wickets Medium pacers P Vijay Kumar and Siva Kumar shared the other four wickets equally Brief scores: J and K 205 for 6 (S Khajuria 90 P Rasool 45; P Vijay Kumar 2 for 40 Siva Kumar 2 for 32 B Bhatt 2 for 71) v Andhra Aditya Rajat take MP to 239/2 against Mumbai on Day 1 Raipur: Aditya Shrivastava (87) and Rajat Patidar (83 not out) cracked twin half-centuries to power Madhya Pradesh to 239 for two in their first innings against Mumbai on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group A cricket match Opening the innings after electing to bat Shrivastava blasted 13 boundaries in his 176-ball innings while Patidar produced 12 hits to the fence in his 205-ball patient stay at the Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium At the draw of stumps Patidar and skipper Devendra Bundela (36 not out) were at the crease Electing to bat Madhya Pradesh produced a solid batting display as openers Shrivastava and Mukul Raghav (24) added 54 runs before the latter was dismissed by Abhishek Nayar (1/39) in the 21st over Shrivastava and Patidar then joined hands and forged an 126-run partnership to take Madhya Pradesh across the 150-run mark In the 59th over Shrivastava was dismissed by Vijay Gohil (1/28) Thereafter Patidar and Bundela played patiently to take Madhya Pradesh home without any further damage Brief Scores: Madhya Pradesh 1st innings: 186 for two in 90 overs (Aditya Shrivastava 87 Rajat Paridar 83 not out; Vijay Gohil 1/28) Pankaj’s fifer help Rajasthan bowl out Jhankhand for 209 Vadodara: Pacer Pankaj Singh returned with a five-wicket haul to help Rajasthan bundle out Jharkhand for 209 in their first innings in a Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match Electing to bat after winning the toss Jharkhand witnessed a horrendous start losing both their openers –Virat Singh and Anand Singh — without opening the score Kaushal Singh (56) and Ishank Jaggi (49) shared 96 runs for the sixth wicket to stabilise the Jharkhand innings before the eastern side lost wicket at regular intervals to bowled out in 735 overs Besides Kaushal and Jaggi Pratyush Singh (33) Shahbaz Nadeem (24) and skipper Saurabh Tiwary (20) got starts before being failing to carry on their innings Apart from Pankaj left-arm spinner Kukna Ajay Singh (2/32) and rookie pacer Nathu Singh (2/65) shared four wickets between them In reply Rajasthan were 26 for no loss in 12 overs at the close of play Brief Scores: Jharkhand: 209 all out in 735 overs (Kaushal Singh 56 Ishank Jaggi 49; Pankaj Singh 5/60) Rajasthan: 26 for no loss in 12 overs (Vineet Saxena 16 not out Manender Singh 10 not out) Saxena Baby hit unbeaten fifties to rescue Kerala Bhubaneswar: Jalaj Saxena (58 not out) and Sachin Baby (51 not out) put together 114 runs in their undefeated partnership to help Kerala overcome a jittery start against Hyderabad in their Ranji Trophy Group B match Opting to bat Kerala were reduced to five for one and then lost two wickets for two runs before lunch But Baby and Saxena held fort and completed respective half-centuries to avert further slip-up Kerala were 223 for four at close on day one with Baby batting on 51 (6x4s) his second successive half-century of the season while Saxena was unbeaten on 58 (11x4s) This was also Saxena’s second half-century of the season after his 69 against Jammu and Kashmir in Kalyani in the Ranji opener Earlier Hyderabad got off to a positive start with Chama Milind inducing an edge from VA Jagadeesh (5) in the fourth over of the day and wicket-keeper Kolla Sumanth did the rest behind the stumps Opener Bhavin Thakkar (38) put on 75 runs for the second wicket with skipper Rohan Prem (41) but the duo failed to convert their starts It was leg-spinner Akash Bhandari (1/40) who bowled Thakkar to give the breakthrough in the third over after lunch as they lost two more quick wickets — Sanju Samson (15) and Prem — in the most productive session for Hyderabad Kerala were tottering at 120 for four at tea but Saxena and Baby batted with patience to help them avoid any further danger Brief Scores: Kerala: 223 for four in 90 overs (Jalaj Saxena 58 batting Sachin Baby 51 batting Rohan Prem 41; Ravi Kiran 1/25) Bengal reach 332/5 against Punjab Bilaspur: Opener Sayan Mondal slammed a century as Bengal amassed 332/5 on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group A clash against Punjab Mondal’s 135-run knock was the highlight of a fine batting performance by Bengal during which Sudip Chatterjee (51) Agniv Pan (70) and skipper Manoj Tiwary (45) also made noteworthy contributions At stumps Pankaj Shaw (11) and Pragyan Ojha (2) were holding fort for Bengal after the side was put in to bat by Punjab On a rather frustrating day for Punjab Sandeep Sharma and Vinay Chaudhary picked up two wickets apiece Mondal’s knock was laced with 22 hits to the fence and came off exactly 200 balls Of the two half-centurions Pan struck 12 fours in his 133-ball stay in the middle Chatterjee managed eight hits to the boundary in his 87-ball knock Brief Scores: Bengal: 332/5 in 89 overs (Sayan Mondal 135 Agniv Pan 70 Sandeep Sharma 2/70) Ghosh Patel centuries put Tripura on top Kalyani: Bishal Ghosh slammed a career-best 146 in a spectacular 230-run partnership with Smit Patel (111) as Tripura piled misery on Himachal Pradesh in their Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match At stumps on day one Patel was steady on his fourth first-class century with Yashpal Singh unbeaten on 4 to put Tripura in comfort zone at 305 for two after Himachal Pradesh skipper Rishi Dhawan put them in Dhawan’s decision to bowl on a flat Bengal Cricket Academy pitch backfired as their bowlers got little assistance with Tripura batsmen going about their tasks with ease Their solitary moment of joy came in the 15th over when Pankaj Jaiswal castled Udiyan Bose (40) The opener was looking fluent with six boundaries and one six in his 46-ball knock before being bowled by the seamer Tripura went into lunch at 117 for one with Ghosh unbeaten on 53 and Patel on 21 as the duo resumed from where they left to see through the second session Ghosh completed his second first-class century off 188 balls and went on to better his previous best score after tea Patel was slower and completed his fourth first class century from 218 balls Dhawan used seven bowlers and it was in the penultimate over of the day that Ghosh lost his focus to be caught by Sumeet Verma off Mayank Dagar four runs shy of 150 Brief Scores: Tripura: 305 for two in 90 overs (Bishal Ghosh 146 Smit Patel 111 batting Udiyan Bose 40; Pankaj Jaiswal 1/34) Jackson Pujara power Saurashtra to 285/3 against Maha Vizianagaram: Middle-order batsman Sheldon Jackson hit a strokeful century while Cheteshwar Pujara made an unbeaten fifty to power Saurashtra to 285 for three in their first innings against Maharashtra in a Group B Ranji Trophy cricket match Jackson made 105 off 153 deliveries and struck 10 fours and six hits over the fence during his knock Together with Pujara Jackson shared 164 runs for the third wicket to take Saurashtra to a commanding position While Jackson was the aggressor during the partnership Pujara was happy to play the second fiddle with a patient unbeaten 79 off 219 balls with the help of six fours and one over boundary At stumps skipper Jaydev Shah (36 not out) was giving Pujara company at the crease Electing to bowl after winning the toss Maharashtra reduced Saurashtra to 67 for two in 25th over before Pujara and Jackson joined hands to take the game away from their opposition Brief Scores: Saurashtra: 285 for three in 90 overs (Sheldon Jackson 105 Cheteshwar Pujara 79 not out; Mohsin Sayyed 1/50) Beijing:China should not hesitate to answer"blows with blows" if India chooses to play dirty by allowingthe Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh the Chineseofficial media said on Thursday Two English newspapers —China Daily and Global Times— have launched a scathing attack on India after Minister ofState for Home Kiren Rijiju said that Arunachal Pradesh —which China claims as part of Southern Tibet —is "aninseparable part of India" File image of Dalai Lama AFP Taking exception to Rijiju’s remarks the papers saidIndia is using the Dalai Lama as a "diplomatic tool" againstChina for its "vice like veto" against India’s membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and UN ban on Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar "New Delhi not only allowed the 14th Dalai Lama to visit southern Tibet a historical Chinese territory India hasillicitly occupied and refers to as ‘Arunachal Pradesh’ but the spiritual leader of ‘Tibetan independence’ was alsoescorted on the trip by India’s junior minister of homeaffairs" the state-run China Daily said in its editorial "To Beijing that is a double affront" it said "Rijiju might think himself cute in borrowing a line fromBeijing’s diplomatic representations but he has ignored thefundamental distinction here: Like Taiwan and any other partof China Tibet is a part of the Chinese territory no matterwhether New Delhi agrees or not" it said in an editorial "Southern Tibet on the other hand was stolen from Chinaby his country’s former colonial master taking advantage ofChina’s internal strife Should he have any questionsregarding the status of Southern Tibet Rijiju can consult thehistorical archives" it said "Neither the ‘McMahon Line’ by which New Delhi justifiesits actual control of Southern Tibet nor the present-day’Arunachal Pradesh’ has Beijing’s endorsement In other words? 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