By Amit Chaudhary On February 12, 2020, an IPL team owner did something that has never happened in over 12 years of the league’s existence. In a series of two tweets, Parth Jindal, the director of JSW Sports and co-owner of Delhi Captials, questioned the exclusion of two of his franchise players — Ravichandran Ashwin and Rishabh Pant — from India’s limited-overs team. While Ashwin hasn’t been part of the ODI and T20I teams since 2017, Pant is currently with the Indian team in New Zealand but sat out in all the eight games (5 T20Is and 3 ODIs) despite the fact that both the series were won/lost before the last game was played. Jindal's first tweet concerned Ashwin, one of Delhi Capitals’ new acquisitions, where he took a potshot at the team management for their ‘aversion to wicket-takers’. "Don't know why @ashwinravi99 is not in this team! There seems to be an aversion to wicket takers! After white washing the kiwis in T20's the Kiwis … [Read more...] about Cricket: Why Delhi Capitals co-owner slams Indian team management
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“When there is no unanimity (in the EU), the remaining majority have to act”, the EU high representative said. Although the EU remains an economic giant, the bloc has struggled to find common ground and act in the face of US President Donald Trump’s “America First” foreign policy. … [Read more...] about Talk is Cheap? EU Foreign Policy Chief Josep Borrell Urges Europe to Develop ‘Appetite for Power’
The canal would also destroy Küçükçekmece lagoon, which in turn could see hundreds of different species vanish, scientists warn. The lagoon is an important stop for migratory birds, particularly the Cetti’s warbler, grey heron, eastern imperial eagle and the flamingo, who all lay their eggs in Küçükçekmece. … [Read more...] about Erdoğan’s ‘crazy project’: new Istanbul canal to link Black and Marmara Seas
NHS England, which released the figures, said they the procedures covered “operations cancelled at the last minute for non-clinical reasons by NHS providers”. Although it did not specify what those non-clinical reasons were, many trusts were forced to call off planned procedures at short notice because they ran out of beds because of a surge in demand for care and the need to admit more sick patients as emergencies who had arrived at their A&E unit. … [Read more...] about 20,000 winter operations cancelled at last minute, admits NHS
Sara says it was an amazing moment, hearing Connor and Mazars and Southern Health being debated in the Commons at the end of last year. Now she believes many of the professionals involved have regrets for the wrong reasons. “People have said to me, if Southern Health had just behaved a bit better, none of this would have come out, as if it’s a bit more problematic than it’s worth. I think a lot of people in health and social care still think, ‘I don’t want to lose my job over a bunch of learning disabled people, thank you very much.’ And yet Connor was better than all of us in many ways – his generosity of spirit. No guile, no deceit, no lying, no avarice. He didn’t want anything; he just wanted to be.” … [Read more...] about ‘We never thought he wouldn’t come home’: why did our son, Connor Sparrowhawk, die?