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first-class circuit for a long time deserved the chance.“Rayudu was in the India ‘A’ team 12 years back and it’sall about giving him the opportunity that he deserved He madefull use of that We are treating every game as the last gameof the series That’s the kind of culture we’re building inthis team” For Kohli losing the toss was a “blessing in disguise”as there was quite a bit of dew later on Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews rued the fact that histeam could not post a total in excess of 300 “The 300 mark makes a lot of difference We lost our wayin the middle and couldn’t pull through These wickets arequite good for the batsmen and you need to score runs in thetop four as well” Mathews said “We’ll try to make it up in the next game but it was anembarrassing performance We need to try and get wicketsbecause it’s never easy with their batting line-up tocontain We’ve got to pull out our best to try and see if wecan beat the Indians” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Ahmedabad | Updated: November 7 2014 8:43 am Ambati Rayudu’s promotion came at a time when India had lost Rahane early on (Source: PTI) Related News At 92 Ambati Rayudu marched down the track to Suraj Randiv and cleared the long on fence But before he could get ready to face the next delivery Virat Kohli walked up to him urging him to keep calm The stand-in India captain knows the importance of a big knock having had to wait for close to nine months before he got one his 20th against the West Indies at Dharamsala last month The advice worked Rayudu put his head down and gently prodded the next ball the last of the over back to the bowler He was ready to wait for his first hundred having done all the hard work and when it came a single to Thisara Perera the smile said it all It took nearly a decade for the boy who was considered a prodigious talent in junior cricket to finally find his feet His career has been marked by twists and turns and some wrong ‘uns which left him chasing shadows away from the limelight A difficult past There was the time when he took the odd decision to join the unrecognised Indian Cricket League and then there was also the time when he decided to switch states because he wasn’t getting along with his Hyderabad captain Those were the times when the ‘wonder boy’ left everyone wondering For the man everybody looked to carry the torch of Hyderabad cricket and follow in VVS Laxman’s footsteps Rayudu’s decisions must have looked strange But the move to Baroda proved lucky and success followed for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League Runs in the 2010 and 2011 IPL seasons again brought him in the reckoning of the national team And yet the twists in the tale continued In England India captain MS Dhoni refused to give him the strike during the chase in the last over Rayudu let it pass He was prepared to wait On Thursday when Ajinkya Rahane had got the thick edge behind chasing a wide ball Kohli decided to send in Rayudu instead of coming out himself India were 18 for 1 chasing 275 runs set by Sri Lanka at the Motera Stadium Rayudu took his time at the crease and with Shikhar Dhawan going steady at the other end it allowed him to adjust to the conditions His first 16 runs came off 30 balls but Rayudu knew that he has it in him to pull it back once he settles down Rayudu dropped anchor as Dhawan kept finding the odd boundary in each over India managed to add 91 runs by the end of 20 overs and that was the time when Dhawan decided to cut loose He slammed a six and two fours in Perera’s third over But just as things looked to be in control Dhawan went for a slog-sweep only to find Ashan Priyanjan at square leg Before Dhawan left he had added 122 runs for the first wicket with Rayudu who would add another 116 with Kohli guiding India home with six wickets to spare For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Updated: November 2 2014 11:27 am Bikramjit Singh one of the victims of 1984 riots in Chandigarh (Source: Express photo by Jasbir Malhi) Related News ‘The victims are still waiting for justice to be done’ Tears well up in his eyes as Bikramjeet Singh recalls the horrors of the carnage of 1984 that is still fresh in his mind three decades later After managing to escape to Chandigarh with his wife and one-year-old son Singh started his life here from scratch Going around on a scooters selling electronic goods Singh set up a business of exporting handicrafts The journey was not a smooth one Singh used to reside in Bokaro with his family and run an electronic goods shop when the riots broke out Recalling the horrific scenes Singh said that as they woke up on the fateful day on November 1 houses and shops on fire greeted them in plenty His shop was ransacked and all the items stolen Singh says that the police were mute spectators to the carnage In fact they helped the mob as the looting took place “My father asked us to shift to a house that we had given on rent The tenants who were Hindus saved our lives My wife son and I along with my sister hid under a bed in order to save ourselves In the meantime the mob ransacked our house and looted everything As they came looking for us the tenants refused to cooperate” says Singh His wife Gurminder Kaur recalls that they had to stuff cloth in the mouth of their one-year-old son to prevent him from making any noise She says “Our main concern was to ensure that our son is saved After many days when we managed to see our house again it was completely empty Every single item even the fans and doors had been looted I still get nightmares when I remember that time” It was when a police truck came to the area that Singh’s famil along with that of several others got out of their hiding places and were taken to the office of the Superintendent of Police where they spent the night The affected families were then shifted to a missionary school In each room several families were accommodated Those who had warm clothes shared with the others While Bikramjeet got an FIR registered there was no progress in the case With not much having been left for the family in Bokaro they decided to shift to Chandigarh where Singh set up a shoe shop However the business did not succeed Singh says that the conditions were such that the markets were down and people were not in a state to spend too much Thereafter Singh decided to shift back to his old business of selling electronic items The going was not smooth as he went around on a two-wheeler with television sets and other items to sell these After years of struggle Singh started getting orders for exporting wooden boxes and handicrafts He set up an office in Zirakpur and constructed a house in Sector 32 Chandigarh Singh says that even 30 years after the carnage none of those guilty has been booked “The victims are still waiting for justice to be done It is only then that our wounds would heal For the politicians it is just a poll issue that they rake up when it is convenient for them I hope that the new government at the Centre would take some action against the guilty” he says ‘No one wanted to deal with Sikhs’ Family menbers of B S Chadha in Sector 40 Chandigarh “I have been displaced twice The first time it was due to partition of the country and later due to the riots” says B S Chadha who shifted from Kanpur to the city Chadha had a flourishing transport business in Kanpur Apart from that he owned 11 trucks along with his brother and had a two canal house there Just two trucks could be saved while the rest were damaged Having rebuilt his life in Chandigarh Chadha says that by God’s grace he has everything now However the trauma the family went through and what they saw was unforgettable Chadha who is at present the general secretary of Chandigarh Housing Board Federation says “I was at work and my son came to give me lunch We suddenly saw a mob starting to attack I barely managed to escape with him on my scooter Shops were being looted and burnt The police were facilitating the looters What was strange was that the mob had similar kind of weapons—identical lathis and powder of some sort to set things on fire” The family comprised two daughters and two sons apart from his wife and mother He opines that it was due to their neighbours and well-wishers that the family was safe “One of the drivers working for me was a Muslim He arranged ration for us The other neighbours used to ensure that the mob did not harm us I shifted with my family to a gurdwara for a day However our neighbours asked us to return and said that they are the ones who would take the blow before anyone could touch us” he says Through cracks in the walls of the room where he hid Chadha saw a person being killed after being squashed by a car bonnet Chadha was helped by his relatives in Chandigarh who sent some people to rescue them The hair of his two sons was tied in plaits and they were dressed as girls to ensure their safety One by one the children were taken out of the house to the railway station from where they reached Chandigarh “After settling my family in Chandigarh I went back to Kanpur to sell my house There were no buyers as no one wanted to deal with Sikhs Such was the hatred It was for a pittance that I had to dispose it There was nothing left for us there My sons could not study further One of them did a course in handling of air-conditioners and the other in refrigeration” he says Prior to the riots Chadha had applied for a house under Chandigarh Housing Board’s scheme and was lucky to be allotted one After living in a rented accommodation when they shifted to the city the family shifted to their house in Sector 40 At present they have rented a shop from where his two sons operate ‘We were left with nothing after the riots’ It was only for 28 days that Kulwant Kaur and her family could enjoy the comforts of their new house that they had purchased in Delhi On the 29th day a mob attacked their house and burnt it down The only relief was that the family got saved Kulwant and her husband Gurbachan Singh now live in an MIG flat of Chandigarh Housing Board in Sector 40 Recalling the events of that fateful day Kulwant says that an elderly neighbour warned her on the night of October 31 about the impending attack and asked her to ensure that her husband escapes before that Kulwant says that they shorned off Gurbachan’s hair to hide his identity He scaled a wall to enter a vacant plot next to their house and managed to escape the marauding mob Later he was given shelter by a friend Kulwant’s son was 10 months old at that time She managed to leave her daughter with one of her neighbours who were Muslims and along with her son and another women hid in the fields They were given shelter by a factory owner However the attackers also pelted stones at the factory’s walls The owner then shifted them to another factory Here the two women and the infant hid in a small room of the factory Kulwant says “I stuffed a dupatta in my son’s mouth to ensure he did not make a sound He was hungry as there was no milk to feed him It was a day later that the military found us and took us to a college where other victims were present As we were taken by the military there were people standing on rooftops jeering at us I was also reunited with my daughter At the college we saw the condition of the other victims Many of them were grievously injured” Kulwant Kaur with her husband Gurbax Singh at Sector 40 gurdwara in Chandigarh (Source: Express photo by Jaipal Singh) Gurbachan also found his way to the camp Kulwant says she could not recognise him at first nor could the children due to his appearance When the situation cooled down a little the family returned to their house only to find it gutted After staying in Delhi for a year where Gurbachan worked in a private company the family shifted to Chandigarh “We were left with nothing after the riots Life had to start from scratch Thirty years after the riots the horror is still alive My children got education and are now settled in life However the wounds are yet to heal No matter which government is in power nothing has been done for the victims of the riots” she says For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News And the story goes on. France and South Africa, Committees will be set up for each of the nine districts,definitely makes you want to go that extra mile in trying to figure out what it is all about. He also criticised the Prime Minister when he has gone abroad. SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, fashion designer Sabyasachi shared two pictures of Jhanvi and Sara, They say he deserves a chance. The streets in colonies come under the municipal corporations.

While the corporations blamed the Delhi government and the PWD for not de-silting drains,The proposal has been cleared by the CPHEEO and is in line for financial clearance.counsel for the CBI.

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