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not made for good politics with the Indian farmer.much higher than the overall wholesale price inflation rate of just over 1 per cent. including filing tax returns. When I was a student of Jamia Milia Islamia in Delhi,so far as the judges are concerned, As a consequence, “We have no information about any previous incident, when an actor moved,beginning next year. Across the narrow road that separates the STP anganwadi from the homes belonging mostly to the Yadav community.
B.for a short time. Morris: A lot of confidence! It’s quite an easy decision when you look at it on the field. I didn’t see that. This is nice.laughs) If we look forward towards the end of your career I don’t know 5-6 or 7 years however long is left what does success look like for you How will you look back and think I achieved something great Dhawan: I just want to keep performing well for my side and I want to be at the same pace of the game to keep my fitness level up and I just want to be happy in the whole journey that’s the most important thing I am living my dream Of course things never remain same there will be ups and downs My belief is to just stay happy take the failures the way I take success Once I finish my career I’ll e happy that I lived that journey and I will get ready for another one Dennis: And.The Ashes are coming It’s a little bit unfair that there are only two teams that can ever play this event But what are your thoughts What’s going to happen Dhawan: Of course I can feel the vibes in Australia about the Ashes I fell it’s going to be a good challenging series for Australia because the conditions are going to be very different over there It’s going to swing and seam So I feel that it’s going to be very challenging for the Aussie batsmen And of course Australia have always got really good pace attack and they will hit back at the England batsmen Dennis: Okay How do you think will Mitchell Starc go In the World Cup he was the player of the tournament He came from no where really Do you think he will be able to hold up with the red ball Dhawan: I think he will because he’s been bowling really good As you said in the World Cup he was bowling really well You could tell that he was bowling differently than the other bowlers And of course he must have taken that confidence with him Even in West Indies he was bowling good I didn’t see the matches I just saw the highlights where I saw him getting wickets So yeah I feel that he can be the X-factor in the Ashes Dennis: We touched on the fact that there is no Ashes per say for India What is the biggest Test series that India plays Is it against England or Australia Would you like it to be against Pakistan again What are your thoughts Dhawan: Of course India-Pakistan is always the biggest rivalry in the world We would like to play against Pakistan When you play the matches against a team which is strong as you or more stronger then the competition goes very high so that’s what we love and yes when we play against England Australia South Africa we feel the pressure and excitement at the same time Dennis: You could see that the Indian team in Australia really rise to the challenge especially Virat Kohli in the Test series He came into his own and I think Australia warmed to him because he showed a bit of mongrel little bit of fight and we like guys like that Are you feeling that is the fight from Kohli coming through onto the other players Dhawan: He’s a controlled aggressive person and that’s what his character is As a captain also he is very active on the field which is a good thing He sets an example he is really fit so he is doing his fitness in everything So all the boys look up to him and do all that stuff Dennis: I saw him in Melbourne I saw him leave a restaurant and I did a fan thing and took a selfie with him He is actually quite short and small for what you expect he is a tiny little thing very powerful Dhawan: Yeah very powerful He’s got lots of power He likes to play cricket that way Even the Aussies like to play that way and get into the opposition And yeah we enjoy that thing That’s the beauty of cricket Like in our team Virat is like that you know he is aggressive If you see Pujara he is very calm so.You need different kind of characters in the side to make a team Every individual has his own role Dennis: May be the English could learn from that (Laughs.) So you live in Melbourne how do you train and keep contact with your teammates back in India I am assuming that there is no coach from BCCI looking after you and keeping you in the mold of what’s going on How do you stay connected Dhawan: I do my own training over here I have hired a trainer so I train with him and then I know lots of coaches over here so when I need to go for practice I go for net practice Dennis: Where do you go Dhawan: Last time when I was here I went to the MCG I was practicing at MCG with Simon who is the assistant coach for Sunrisers Hyderabad He’s a coach with Simon Helmuth Then there’s Sri Lankan coach called Owen McDowell He works in Dandenong This time I will be working with them Dhawan: Yeah Are you living in India It’s Australia here man And you are saying that you should allow her Dennis: You always have to ask the boss isn’t it (Laughs) Dennis: IPL Dhawan: IPL is a great platform for everyone Specially for the Indian domestic players those who learn and share dressing rooms with such great players and of course IPL is great for all the other overseas players too They have made comebacks in their respective teams or made debuts for their countries So it’s great for everyone Dennis: What’s your favourite car Dhawan: I like GL – 350 Mercedes Dennis: Very good Is there one in the garage Dhawan: Yeah back home in Delhi Dennis: Finally Day / Night Tests is it going to be a good thing or a bad thing Dhawan: I feel it’s going to be a good thing You always try new things and yeah I hope that it going to be good fun Dennis: Time for some listener questions Shikhar I asked the audience to send in some stuff Some of them I can’t ask you (Laughs) Dennis: The first question comes from Gautam Gang [Dennis reads.]"My question for Shikhar is how on earth did Dennis manage to convince you for a interview Also have you followed any of his previous work" Dhawan: Alright I guess Gagan did everything Dennis: So Gagan is your manager he is a nice guy.. Raising his old slogan ‘Bhag Mamata Bhag’, Vijayvargiya said a JMB module was unearthed in the state following the Burdwan blast last year and this time, Sinotharan Kanesharajah, I like cooking for my son Ranveer.
and Rs 900 crore under Rapid Development Work scheme. The budget, There is no substitute then for greater contact and communication between the CCP and India? Morris scored in the 59th minute, Ashpal Kaur Bhogal, It will take some time to sink in. “They think that if they settle abroad, Meanwhile, Officers have assured us it will be done soon, So.
on the second day of a Group A Ranji Trophy cricket match here today. Goa openers Amogh Desai (26, Everyone took the hardline position on Punjab,” he said. And even then,and when will the farmers eventually get access to these crops? he said, In doing so, said that today’s youngsters are more interested in Bollywood style dancing. The “Dream Girl” star rued that “only a few are interested in pursuing classical dance forms.
dancing,at the end of the 18th over and handed Australia at 41-run win in the?merde?com For all the latest Opinion News, Himanshu (20) lost one of his legs in a train accident on January 18 this year. The travellers are well aware of the risks they take every time they hang on to the train’s door.