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owner of the bus and the insurance company), reads the court order For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 1 2012 3:39 am Related News The nationwide bandh call given by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and Left parties against the hike in petrol prices by the Congress-led UPA government had a partial affect in the Tricity today While protesters stalled two trains at the Mauli Jagran crossingbus services to PunjabHimachal Pradesh and some local routes remained affected The markets were also partially closed for a short period Amidst heavy police presenceprotests were held at a number of places BJP leaders climb on locomotive A group of BJP workers sat on the railway tracks at the Mauli Jagran crossingstalling two trains The Himalayan Queen was stalled for 50 minutes while the Kalka Shatabdi remained at the crossing for 20 minutes BJP leaders even climbed on the train engine and raised slogans Senior leader Harmohan Dhawanalong with Anil Dubey and Ramvir Bhatti among otherswas present at the spot Apart from causing inconvenience to the passengers on the trainsthey left people stranded on either side of the crossing Bus servicesespecially to Punjab and Himachal Pradeshwere disrupted The buses that came from Punjab and left Chandigarh early in the morning could reach their destinations Some were not plied after officials received reports about roads being blocked Others had to abort their journey midway Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) officials said that the number of passengers on local routes was reduced drastically from morning till afternoon Due to thisthe number of buses that plied on the local routes was reduced to almost 50 per cent Markets closedsoon re-opened There was a partial affect on the markets in the city As BJP leaders went to different markets asking shopkeepers to close the stores The shops pulled down shutters but re-opened a few hours later Senior BJP leader Satya Pal Jain walked through markets in different sectors along with other party leaders as well as councillors Jain claimed that the BJPs appeal to shopkeepers received tremendous response as the petrol price hike issue concerns everyone Cops keep protests under control There were a number of protests at different places in the Tricity After touring different marketsBJP-SAD members converged to the Sector 17 market and raised slogans The Janata Dal (United) held a protest at the Housing Board lightpoint An effigy of the UPA government was burnt The Chandigarh units of the CPI and CPI(M) jointly held a protest at Sector 17 while the Indian National Trade Union Congressthe Congresss labour armheld a protest at Press Chowk Members of the BJPs Panchkula unit went to different markets and then converged to the Sector 17-18 roundabout They stalled traffic for around half an hour commuters in Sas Nagar suffer A large number of policemen were deployed to prevent any untoward incident and the bandh passed of peacefully Bandh supporters blocked the Kharar Mohali-National Highway 21 from 9 am to 11 amleading to traffic disruptions Howeverthe woes of commuters did not end here as members of the various truck unions blocked the road for another two hours The Mohali police diverted traffic coming from the states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh from Kurali towards Chandigarh via Mullanpur Inside Mohali cityshopkeepers were asked to down their shutters by the protesters and markets of Phases 3B17 and 11 were affected by the bandh The tradershoweveropened their shops in the afternoon For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWith their playoff spot still not sealed Sunrisers Hyderabad will look to beat table toppers Mumbai Indians when the two meet in an Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter on Monday in Hyderabad The Sunrisers have endured successive losses which have kept them chained to the fourth position in the points table with 13 points However they will need to win both their remaining matches to ensure comfortable passage to the playoffs The Uppal Stadium of Hyderabad where Monday’s match will be played used to be a fortress for the franchise until they lost by 12 runs to Rising Pune Supergiant on Saturday Sunrisers Hyderabad players during the match against Rising Pune Supergiant Sportzpics/IPL Here’s all you need to know about catching Monday’s action live: When will the SRH vs MI IPL 2017 match be played Sunrisers Hyderabadwill host Mumbai Indianson 8 May How do I watch the SRH vs MI clash live The matches will be broadcast live on television by Sony Network What time will live coverage of the match start The live broadcast of the match will start at 4PM IST Where can you follow the match online The match will be streamed online on Hotstar You can also check out the live blogs on wwwfirstpostcom for all the latest action during matches apart from live scores updates and analysis (With inputs from PTI) Here is the action from Day Two of matches in the Ranji Trophy Skipper Tiwary slogs it out for Bengal but Mumbai in control Nagpur:Skipper Manoj Tiwary showed the way as Bengal produced a much improved batting performance in the second innings against Mumbai in a Ranji Trophy group A encounter in Nagpur on Monday After Ashok Dinda’s 22nd five wicket haul in first class cricket enabled Bengal to restrict Mumbai to 229 Bengal scored 198 for 3 in 61 overs Dhawal Kulkarni PTI Tiwary scored an unbeaten 85 off 123 balls with 11 boundaries and a six Sudip Chatterjee was patience personified once again with undefeated 67 off 177 balls with seven fours The duo added 142 runs for the 4th wicket after Bengal were in trouble at 56 for 3 having conceded 130 run lead Effectively Bengal are 68 runs ahead with seven wickets in hand and two full days of play left Mumbai certainly have the upper hand as both Dhawal Kulkarni (2/43) and first innings wrecker in chief Shardul Thakur can use the morning conditions pretty effectively Just like Dinda did today morning by getting four out of the five wickets He now has 34 wickets this season and four more required to complete a career haul of 350 wickets Dinda’s figures read 21-6-88-5 while rookies Mukesh Kumar (3/56) and Amit Kuila (2/55) were the other wicket takers But highlight of the day was Tiwary’ s 27th half century in first class cricket While Tiwary who has always prove to be a thorn in Mumbai’s flesh with his attacking batting Strong off his pads Tiwary was also in mood to play some good drives Morning session on both days have proved to be productive and Bengal’s best bets would like to put up a decent score in order to pose some challenge to the Ranji champions A defeat tomorrow would all but end their chances of qualifying for knock-outs Brief Score: Bengal 99 and 198/3 (Manoj Tiwary 85 batting Sudip Chatterjee 67 batting Dhawal Kulkarni 2/43) Mumbai 229 (Kaustubh Pawar 78 Ashok Dinda 5/88) Jharkhand in control against Assam Vizianagram:Jharkhand were in command of their Ranji Trophy Group B clash against Assam after making 316 in their first innings and then dismissing the north-eastern side 126 on the second day Overnight 251/4 Jharkhand suffered a collapse of their own today and folded for 316 with Saurabh Tiwary (88) and Ishank Jaggi (93)being their top-scorers For Assam Krishna Das inflicted maximum damage with a haul of 4/65 in his 36 overs In reply Assam endured a batting collapse and opener Pallavkumar Das was the top-scorer with a 68-ball 30 Rahul Shukla was the standout bowler for Jharkhand with a figures of 4/48 Brief Scores: Jharkhand: 316 all out Assam: 126 all out in 522 overs (Pallavkumar Das 30 Rahul Shukla 4/48) Chhattisgarh take first innings lead against Services Mumbai:Chhattisgarh rode on half-centuries from Amandeep Khare and Manoj Singh to take a crucial 56 runs first innings lead over Services on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group C encounter Resuming the day at eight for no loss at the MCA’s Bandra-Kurla complex ground Chhattisgarh were bundled out for 281 in 904 overs in response to 225 posted by the Services in their first innings Chhattisgarh skipper Abhimanyu Chauhan was cleaned by up Services pacer Sachidanand Pandey for a duck without a run being added to the overnight score While one down Anupam Toppo (21) was caught by keeper Nakul Verma off medium-pacer Diwesh Pathania Ashotosh Singh who walked at number 5 also fell cheaply on 13 Amandeep (51 off 112 balls) made a patient half-century hitting six boundaries but eventually was sent back to the pavilion by spinner Vikas Yadav who trapped him leg before Chhattisgarh were reeling at five for 159 when Khare departed when stumper Manoj came out to bat and made a quick 67 off just 65 balls with nine boundaries and two sixes to ensure the all-important first innings lead for his side For Services Diwesh Pathania grabbed six wickets conceding 78 runs in 27 overs while Vikas Yadav scalped two wicket Brief Scores: Services: 225 all out in 851 overs vs Chhattisgarh: 281 all out in 904 overs (Manoj Singh 67 Amandeep Khare 51; Diwesh Pathania 6/78) Summarised scores of other Group C matches: 1) Andhra vs Goa at Dhanbad Goa: 115 & 276 (Saurabh Bandekar 75 Snehal Kauthankar 61; Hanuma Vihari 3/17) Andhra: 159 & 99 for three in 25 overs (D B Ravi Teja 35 batting Ricky Bhui 32 not out; Amulaya Pandrekar 2/50) 2) Haryana vs Himachal Pradesh at Valsad Haryana: 401 all out in 1324 overs (Guntashveer Singh 120 Shubhan Rohilla 64; Kanwar Abhinay 6/84) Himachal Pradesh: 101 for three in 34 overs (Prashant Chopra 33; Poonish Mehta 1/16) 3) Jammu and Kashmir vs Hyderabad at Vadodara Hyderabad: 328 all out in 1312 overs (Tanmay Agarwal 119; Parvez Rasool 4/63) Jammu and Kashmir: 156 for seven in 46 overs (Parvez Rasool 70; M Ravi Kiran 4/31) 4)Kerala vs Tripura at Cuttack Tripura: 213 & 17 for no loss Kerala: 193 all out in 722 overs (Mohammed Azharuddeen 40; M B Mura Singh 4/52) Manan-Vikas duo ensures lead for Delhi with rear guard show Chennai:All-rounder Manan Sharma and tail-ender Vikas Tokas engaged in a 72-run stand for the ninth wicket to ensure first innings lead and atleast three points for Delhi against Vidarbha in a Ranji Trophy group B encounter With top guns like Shikhar Dhawan (6) Gautam Gambhir (22) Unmukt Chand (0) and Rishabh Pant (29) being dismissed cheaply Delhi were down and out at 178 for 8 at the start of the 58th over In the next 235 overs Manan and Vikas played with a lot of grit and determination to deny Vidarbha what they saw as an opportunity to get three points and then push for victory Manan in fact surpassed his previous best score of 81 He has so far played 119 balls to hit 9 boundaries and a six off a half-tracker bowled by leg-break bowler Azhar Sheikh Credit to Tokas as he hung in there for 88 deliveries to give him the support that he needed Earlier India discard Gambhir again paid price for his open chested stance as an incoming delivery from Rajneesh Gurbani found him plumb in-front Unmukt Chand only had some success during the Jharkhand game and he edged an angled delivery from left-armer Shrikant Wagh to glovesman Siddhesh Wath Flavour of the domestic season Rishabh Pant (29) showed some discretion initially by defending but even his 29 had 22 runs in boundaries — four fours and a huge six over mid-wicket off Lalit Yadav’s bowling En route his innings Pant also crossed the personal milestone of 900 runs in a season and is ahead of his rivals with 903 runs in his kitty But Lalit who can work up decent pace got better of the burly Pant when he tried to pull a short delivery which went up for glovesman Wath to complete an easy catch Delhi were 74 for 5 and one demanded a bit more caution from the India prospect Nitish Rana (27) and Milind Kumar (37) did the hardwork only to throw away their wickets But the knock was a timely one for former India cricketer Ajay Sharma’s son who has had a pretty ordinary season with the ball It is the paucity of quality spinners and Manan’s ability to get a few runs down the order has been the reason for his extended run in the team His innings has put Delhi right back in the game and Gambhir and his men would now like to go all out for another six points Brief Scores: Vidarbha 183 all out Delhi 1st Innings 250/8 (Manan Sharma 82 Rishabh Pant 29 Vikas Tokas 28 Rajneesh Gurbani 4/76) Saurashtra take first innings lead against Karnataka Patiala:Prerak Mankad hit his maiden first-class century to help Saurashtra take a first innings lead on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group match against Karnataka Mankad remained not out on 100 at stumps as Saurashtra recovered from a precarious 34 for three to end the day at 297 for 6 a lead of 97 runs with four first innings wickets in hand Table-toppers Karnataka had made 200 all out in their first innings Mankad’s aggressive innings of 126 balls — strike rare of nearly 80 — was studded with 15 fours and a six Kamlesh Makvana was the other not out batsman but in contrast to Mankad’s brisk strike rate his 30 came from 119 balls and was studded with just four boundaries Mankad and Makvana have added 101 runs so far for unbroken seventh-wicket partnership to put Saurashtra in the drivers’ seat by reaching to 297 for 6 after starting the day at overnight 19 for 2 Opener Snell Patel was the other main contributor for Saurashtra with a 155-ball 87 which was lashed with 13 fours Patel was the last Saurashtra batsman out Karnataka removed Sheldon Jackson early in the day reducing Saurashtra to 34 for 3 But overnight batsman Patel put on 72 runs with Jaydev Shah (39) to stabilise the innings Patel then put on 57 runs with Mankad to bring Saurashtra to within five runs of taking the lead before falling to Abrar Kazi (2/66) for 87 For Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar took 4 for 43 Brief Scores: Karnataka 1st Innings: 200 Saurashtra 1st Innings: 297 for 6 in 94 overs (Prerak Mankad 100 batting Snell Patel 87; R Vinay Kumar 4/43) Panchal on a roll hits triple ton Belagavi:Opener Priyank Kirit Panchal became the first cricketer from Gujarat to score a tripe century at the First Class level as he stayed unbeaten on 314 on day two of the Ranji Trophy Group A match Panchal played as many as 460 balls collecting 32 fours in the process With his marathon innings he eclipsed Mukund Parmar’s 283 to become the first triple centurion from the state Panchal has hit purple patch this Ranji season having scored 232 and 56 in his last two innings against Mumbai Courtesy his monumental effort Gujarat declared their first innings at 624 for six after starting the day at 281 for two Punjab face a huge task in their first innings and were 20 for one in six overs at stumps on day two with opener Jiwanjot Singh Bhargav Merai (65) Rijul Bhatt (60) Rush Kalaria (60 not out) and stand in skipper Axar Patel (65 not out) were the Gujarat batsmen who contributed to the massive total Brief scores: Gujarat 624/6 decl in 1564 overs (Panchal 314 not out; Sandeep Sharma 3/126) Punjab 20/1 in six overs Ahmed fiver gives UP first innings lead against Railways Rajkot:Imtiaz Ahmed produced an impressive pace-bowling show as his five-wicket haul helped Uttar Pradesh shot Railways out for 213 to take a crucial first innings lead on the second day of their Ranji Trophy Group B match Ahmed’s 5 for 34 triggered Railways’ collapse from 147 for 2 to 213 all out in 794 overs giving Uttar Pradesh a 46-run first-innings lead at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium here Railways who began the day on 18 for 1 were going strong with a 124-run third-wicket partnership between Saurabh Wakaskar (74) and Arindam Ghosh (58) But Ahmed bowled Ghosh to break that partnership and then ran through Railways’ lower order with the help of Kuldeep Yadav (2/75) Uttar Pradesh had scored 259 in their first innings yesterday In the second innings Uttar Pradesh were 64 for 2 at stumps They now have an overall lead of 110 runs with eight second innings wickets in hand Opener Shivam Chaudhary was batting on 36 while Kuldeep Yadav was the other not out batsman without scoring at the draw of stumps Brief Scores: Uttar Pradesh: 259 & 64 for 2 in 27 overs (Shivam Chaudhary 36 batting) Railways: 213 all out in 794 overs (Saurabh Wakaskar 74 Arindam Ghosh 58; Imtiaz Ahmed 5/34) Odisha bowl Maharashtra out twice to notch up innings win Wayanad Kerala: Odisha bowled Maharashtra out twice in a stunning fashion on the second day to win their Ranji Trophy Group B cricket match by an innings and 118 runs Odisha collected seven points inclusive of a bonus point as they wrapped up the match with two days to spare at the Krishnagiri Stadium In total 21 wickets fell on an eventful day Odisha batted for 24 overs today and folded for 319 having begun the day on 311 for 9 Maharashtra’s Anupam Sanklecha (5/75) took the last wicket to complete yet another five-wicket haul — his fourth in three games Sanklecha fine efforts went in vain as his batting colleagues came a cropper in both the innings In reply Maharashtra struggled against Odisha’s medium-pacers — Suryakant Pradhan (4/34) in particular — as they were bowled out within 26 overs for a paltry 94 in their first innings Number nine Sanklecha was the top-scorer for Maharashtra with a 33-ball 18 while the extras accounted for 19 Basant Mohanty and Deepak Behera took three wickets each in the Maharashtra first innings Asked to follow on Maharashtra were reduced to 45 for 7 before an eighth-wicket partnership of 55 between Vishant More and Sanklecha delayed the inevitable Maharashtra eventually folded their second innings for 107 to suffer an embarrassing defeat Wicketkeeper Vishant More was the top scorer in the Maharashtra second innings with 29 Biplab Samantray took a career-best 4/34 while Pradhan added a further 3 for 36 to his match haul of 7 for 70 Brief Scores: Odisha: 319 all out in 845 overs Maharashtra: 94 all out in 26 overs & 107 (f/o) all out in 364 overs Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 21 2012 3:36 am Related News Despite Chandigarh-based opening batsman Amit Parashar’s superb 70-ball knock of 90 runs in the final of 19th All India Maharaja Padam Singh Memorial Cricket Cup played at Rohruhis team Audit General Punjab lost to Air India AG Punjab might have lostbut Amit Parashar had a good outing in the tournament with individual knocks of 69 runs (against Delhi)50 runs (against BSNL) and 90 runs (against Air India)that helped him bag the best batsman of the tournament award Amitson of a former wrestlerconsiders this performance as the perfect kickstart for a good outing in the upcoming cricket season Speaking with SportlineAmit23said”It is nice to be among runs at the start of the domestic season Despite big knocks under my beltI have not been able to please the state selectors in the past two to three years Sothis time around I do not want to miss any opportunity and want to keep on scoring runs I hope to continue the fine form in the upcoming Punjab Inter-District cricket tournament while playing for Chandigarh” It maybe recalled that Amit became the first batsman ever to score two double-hundreds in the same year in the Punjab Inter-District Katoch Shield Tournament back in 2009 He scored a staggering 691 runsaveraging 136 in the competition Despite all these he was considered only for a berth in the senior state team The next yearAmit did get a chance to play in the T-20 national cricket tournament for Punjabbut he was disappointed not to get the chance to wear the white flannels of the state team either for Ranji Trophy or for the ODI tournament Leaving behind the disappointments of the pastAmit has moved on well with the passage of time and now just wants to concentrate on his performanceso that this time around he is able to attract attentions of the Punjab think-tank He shared”It is important for me to do well for the state teams in order to reach at the top I might have missed out on few opportunities in the pastbut I am hopeful for a turnaround I am working hard on my fitness and batting skills in view of improving and also lifting my game I hope to do well for Chandigarh at the inter-district level and then start thinking further” Amit was hired by AG Punjab earlier this year For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 30 2012 2:38 am Related News The celebrations among the city unit of the Congress over local MP Pawan Bansal getting charge of the Railways Ministry continuedwith some leaders travelling all the way to Delhi to meet and congratulate himwhile other ministers held meetings in Chandigarh itself Congress Leaders Devinder Singh Babla and H S Lucky along with Maninder Dhillon went to Delhi to congratulate Bansal A delegation of the Youth Congress led by Gurpreet Gabi also met Pawan Kumar Bansal at his Delhi residence They distributed sweets and congratulated the minister on his elevation to the Rail Minister Gabi said that it was a matter of pride for the city that the portfolio of Railways has been given to the local MP Congress leaders opined that it was after many years that the Railways Ministry has been given to someone from the party Most said that lot of positive changes were now being expected after this change in the ministry Meanwhile in the citya meeting of the office bearers of District Committee Urban – II was held President of the committee Poonam Sharma thanked UPA chief Sonia Gandhi and PM Manmohan Singh for giving the required representation to the Congress leadership in Chandigarh General secretary Kamal Gupta said it was the right time for the Congress to implement its thoughts and policies for the development of the nation MeanwhileCongress workers and traders from various parts of the city gathered on Monday near Anand Complex in Sector 17 under the presidentship of Kamaljit Singh Panchhi to celebrate the elevation of Bansal Sweets were distributed and crackers were burst For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMuslim students played the roles of Hindu characters and vice-versa. 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