It has been a pleasure working with you my friend: Shane Warne after Kuldeep 5-wicket haul

first_imgIt has been a pleasure working with you my friend: Shane Warne after Kuldeep 5-wicket haulBrief scores: India 622 for 7 declared (Pujara 193, Pant 159 not out, Jadeja 81, Lyon 4 for 178) vs Australia (300 all out; Harris 79, Kuldeep 5 for 99) 6/0 (Harris 2*, Khawaja 4*), trail by 316 following on. Kuldeep Yadav picked up his second five-wicket haul on Sunday which impressed his ‘idol’ Shane Warne.advertisement India Today Web Desk SydneyJanuary 6, 2019UPDATED: January 6, 2019 11:44 IST Kuldeep Yadav became the sixth Indian bowler to pick five wickets in Australia (@BCCI Photo)HIGHLIGHTS4th Test Day 4, brief scores: India 622 for 7d (Pujara 193, Pant 159*, Jadeja 81, Lyon 4/178) vs Australia (300; Harris 79, Kuldeep 5/99) & 6/0 (Harris 2*, Khawaja 4*)Kuldeep Yadav became the second left-arm wrist spinner to bag a five-wicket haul in AustraliaKuldeep was seen working with his ‘idol’ Shane Warne before in AdelaideBrief scores: India 622 for 7 declared (Pujara 193, Pant 159 not out, Jadeja 81, Lyon 4 for 178) vs Australia (300 all out; Harris 79, Kuldeep 5 for 99) 6/0 (Harris 2*, Khawaja 4*), trail by 316 following on.Kuldeep Yadav on Sunday became the sixth Indian bowler to pick five wickets in Australia, with the 24-year-old taking five wickets for 99 runs, as India bowled out Australia for 300 and enforced the follow-on with a 322-run first innings lead.Kuldeep, playing his first match in the series, picked up his second five-wicket haul in Test cricket, with his first coming against the West Indies at Rajkot in October of last year.Kuldeep’s 5-wicket hail also brought an end to a 64-year wait as he became the second left-arm wrist spinner to bag a five-wicket haul in Australia after England’s Johnny Wardle, who took 5 for 79 against the hosts at the SCG in 1955.Kuldeep after leading Team India off the field, he said that it was special for him to pick the five wickets in front of his ‘idol’ Shane Warne, who is on commentary duty.Shane Warne too was all praise for his young pupil, saying that it was special for him too being his mentor.”Well bowled and congrats on your 5 wicket haul Kuldeep. Also thank you for your very kind words – it’s been a pleasure to work with you & watch you bowl my friend!,” Warne tweeted.Well bowled & congrats on your 5 wicket haul @imkuldeep18 also, thankyou for your very kind words – it’s been a pleasure to work with you & watch you bowl my friend ! pic.twitter.com/35vNtL8qp5advertisementShane Warne (@ShaneWarne) January 6, 2019Shane Warne has on many occasions been seen working with Kuldeep Yadav, giving the young spinner a few tips here and there. Most recently, Warne had spent some time with Kuldeep in Adelaide.Also Read | Spotted: Shane Warne advises Kuldeep Yadav Also Read | Kuldeep Yadav 1st Chinaman bowler to bag 5-wicket haul in Tests in Australia in 64 yearsAlso Read | Virat Kohli wasn’t even born when India last enforced follow-on in Australia 33 years agoFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow Kuldeep YadavFollow five-wicket haulFollow Shane WarneFollow India vs AustraliaFollow 4th TestFollow Day 4last_img read more

New Lien Check Service Protects Consumers

first_imgMany people take unnecessary financial risks when they buy a usedvehicle or boat. Starting Thursday, July 1, a new online servicecalled Lien Check will offer consumers a low cost way to protecttheir investment. When someone loans money to purchase personal property — such asa car — the lender can register a lien on the property. Thismeans that if the borrower does not repay the loan, the lendercan take possession of the property. If someone purchased a carsecond-hand, one which had an outstanding lien, the purchasercould lose the car. It’s also likely that the purchaser wouldthen have to take the person who sold them the car to court torecover their money. Lien Check is at www.servicens.ca/liencheck and any computer thatis connected to the Internet can access the service. All searchesand payments are processed in a secure online environment. Consumers can also access Lien Check through public terminals atany Registry of Deeds or Access Centre in Nova Scotia. There isno fee to use the terminal but standard search fees will apply. “A Lien Check search only costs $7 and takes just a few minuteson our website,” said Gillian Shute, personal property registrarat Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. For an additional fee, consumers can use Lien Check to look forregistrations in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador.Prince Edward Island is expected to launch a similar service,accessible through Lien Check, soon. Each province sets its ownsearch fee. While vehicles will likely be the most frequent searches, LienCheck should be used before purchasing any of the followingserial numbered property: on- and off-highway vehicles (but notbicycles), farm tractors and combines, boats and other watercraft, trailers, mobile homes, aircraft and outboard motors. Searches are conducted using the serial number of the property,such as the vehicle identification number (VIN) for a car, andthe province where the seller resides. “Lien Check is a response to consumer demand,” said Ms. Shute.”We surveyed clients last year and 70 per cent of them said theywanted an online service that they could access where and whenthey wanted.” Lien Check is managed through Atlantic Canada On-Line (ACOL), ajoint effort of the governments of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador, and UNISYS,a private sector technology developer.last_img read more

Smith Warner Bancroft let them play says Australian Cricketers Association

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSteve Smith, David Warner & Cameron Bancroft bans not reducedNovember 20, 2018In “latest news”Smith, Bancroft will not challenge ball-tampering sanctionsApril 4, 2018In “Sports”ACA calls for reduction of ‘disproportionate’ sanctions for ball-tamperingApril 3, 2018In “latest news” ESPNcricinfo– The Australian Cricketers Association has reiterated its call for the bans of Steven Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft to be lifted in the light of the findings of the cultural reviews into Australian cricket.The Longstaff review said the events of Newlands were not a one-off and were caused by the pervading culture of Cricket Australia which the players association called “hugely significant.”Smith and Warner are currently serving a one-year ban while Bancroft was sanctioned for nine months for the ball-tampering scandal in March.“What the Longstaff Review reveals is that Cricket Australia itself must also take a share of responsibility for what happened in South Africa,” Greg Dyer, the ACA president, said. “Yes, this moment of madness was ‘individual’ but now there is evidence and independent verification of system failure as well. This is hugely significant.“With this new information common sense, common decency, basic fairness, proportionality and natural justice demand that the punishment is reduced. The players have already lost time in the game, chances to play for Australia, endured public humiliation and faced massive financial penalties.“My message to Cricket Australia is a simple one: these contrite men have been punished enough. Let these contrite men play.“I add that the ACA will be relentless in pursuing this end.“Finally, I also offer a message to the Australian public on behalf of the ACA. In short, Australia’s cricket players ‘get it.’ We assure you. The players ‘get it.’ The players understand.”A Cricket Australia spokesperson said: “We have seen the Australian Cricketers’ Association press conference and note they will be making a submission to the CA Board in the next 48 hours. We look forward to engaging directly with the ACA in a positive and constructive manner in the best interests of the game.”Speaking in the wake of the publication of the reviews, CA chairman David Peever said there was no chance of the punishments being rescinded.“Sanctions were carried out and imposed by the board after a very full and thoughtful process. So the sanctions stand,” Peever said.On Tuesday, the new CA CEO Kevin Roberts also indicated there would be no early route back for the trio, citing the appeals path that was open to the players when the sanctions were handed down.“There’s no provision to review the sanctions,” Roberts told 116SEN. “There’s an appeals mechanism which was available to the players before the sanctions were finalized. I really empathise with each of the three players and have chatted with them in recent weeks. They are experiencing a challenging time. They made a serious mistake. I’m getting as many people saying to me the sanctions are too harsh as those who say they aren’t harsh enough. We want to keep supporting the players.” read more