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We have also decided to approach the central and state governments for help to release my husband, said Rukmani Devi For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai News | Published: April 8 2014 3:31 am The main theory exam will be of 75 marks while internal assessments would carry25 marks (Express archive) Related News Mumbai University’s academic council finally approved the 75:25 exam pattern during a meeting held on Monday Sources said the 75:25 pattern would be applicable to undergraduate courses wherein the main theory exam will be of 75 marks while internal assessments would carry 25 marks Of the 25 marks 20 marks would be for internal tests while the remaining five marks will be awarded for attendance and class performance of the students Though the 75:25 policy is widely accepted and is in line with University Grants Commission (UGC) norms MU had adopted 60:40 pattern in 2011 under its Credit Based Semester System (CBSS) However the 60:40 formula became controversial soon after the TYBCom results of 2012 were declared with a few colleges being accused of generously awarding internal marks to their students This raised the pass percentage and the number of students passing with a first class in TYBCom in 2012 Following this MU’s academic council in April 2013 decided to scale down marks of students whose internal and assessment scores differed by more than 20 per cent The subjects in which students’ marks have been scaled down would be shown on the mark-sheet with a downward arrow Marks of students who have failed the exam would not be scaled down However the policy was widely criticised by students’ union and teachers The 60:40 policy will however continue for post-graduate courses for the time being Any new decision will only be taken after the next academic council meeting to be held in May The university authorities in the academic council meeting on Monday formed a five-member committee to give their report on cancelling the affiliation and recognition of Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil college of Engineering at Sion-Chunabhatti MU and the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) had received several complaints on alleged irregularities in the college’s administration The college management had also allegedly provided fake details to get their fees hiked The committee is supposed to submit its report in 15 days [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Daksh Panwar | New Delhi | Updated: September 17 2016 10:51 am Teams on ground during Warm-up match of New Zealand against Mumbai at Kotla Stadium in New Delhi on Friday (Source: Express Photo by Praveen Khanna) Top News It was a magic ball straight out of Middle Earth And it must have left Martin Guptill with a longing for home What had transpired was this: Mumbai’s Aditya Tare won the toss and put New Zealand on a juicy track Guptill and Tom Latham walked out to bat After taking his guard Guptill prepared to take on Balwinder Singh Sandhu The Mumbai medium pacer whose genteel speed reminds you of the the dibbly dobbly bowlers of the 90s New Zealand sent down a peach of a first ball that shaped away before seaming back in after pitching on a length It drew Guptill forward and beat him through his bat and pad This was Feroz Shah Kotla but it might have been the first ball of the first day of a game at Basin Reserve The Blackcaps must have instantly felt at home But the thing is for a visiting team on a cricket tour the objective is not to seek your comfort zone but to survive in foreign conditions The first ball that New Zealand’s openers will face in Kanpur will perhaps not swing as prodigiously There is a faint chance it might not even be bowled by a pacer Instead it might pitch at a length and turn sharply —something Mumbai’s modest spinners couldn’t manage the whole day on a true first-day wicket that unsurprisingly offered little turn In order to learn to play quality spin on turning tracks the visitors therefore will have to wait till the first Test All this is not to say it was an unproductive session for New Zealand Pitch after all is but one part of the umbrella term “playing conditions” One needs to adapt to the weather too New Zealand batted in hot and humid conditions as they made 324/7 in 75 overs (two of the batsmen opting to retire) before declaring “That morning session was very hot It was probably one of the hottest I have batted in The amount of sweat and the amount of time you change your gloves We have been here a few days and probably have not adapted to the heat quite yet but I am sure a day out in the park tomorrow will help us acclimatise fully” New Zealand opener Tom Latham who retired after making 55 said after the day’s play Pattern to playing the spinners Aside of Guptill whom Sandhu dismissed after drawing the opener forward to play a drive and inducing the outside edge almost all New Zealand batsman got some decent practice There weren’t many experienced tweakers in the Mumbai line-up except the left-arm spinner Vishal Dabholkar and all of them came in for some punishment There was a pattern to how the Kiwis played the spinners They would defend a couple of balls before jumping out and lofting the ball; defend another ball or two before rocking back and playing the cut shot; and defend defend and bring out the sweep “The way guys adapted to conditions was important even though the ball was not turning that big So using the feet and coming down the wicket to hit over the top was a good method Most of the guys spent enough time in the middle which was good for our preparation” Latham added “All we can do is play with whatever surface we have got I think the time guys spent in the middle was crucial for everyone to adapt to the conditions and familiarise themselves with their gameplans Obviously it might turn a little bit more (in the first Test) but we have got what we have got out there We are happy with that” Of the three wickets that fell to the spinners Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls were trapped in front by left-arm spinner Vijay Gohil and offie Siddhesh Lad respectively Mitchell Santner was caught at long off trying to hit Dabholkar out of the park While Latham extolled the virtues of staying on the crease the way New Zealand played betrayed a hint they might adopt a counterattacking strategy against the Indian spinners “If you spend time at the crease you will get the runs (here in India) I think it is more about guys applying their gameplan and getting used to the conditions Certainly we got what we needed here and that puts up in good stead ahead of the first Test” Latham said New Zealand declared towards the end of day’s play and Neil Wagner surprised Jay Bista with a short one that hurried on him and took an edge Armaan Jaffer unfurled a gorgeous six off Santner as he returned unbeaten on 24 giving a small crowd who had come to see Rohit Sharma bat something to cheer They will come again tomorrow to watch the Indian batsman And on a second day track which is likely to ease up Jaffer will have a golden opportunity to enhance his reputation For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 28 2016 11:10 am Adam Levine has teased Maroon 5 have a new song in the making (Source: Reuters) Related News Singer Adam Levine has teased Maroon 5 have a new song in the making Fans of the band have been waiting anxiously for new material since the release of “Feelings” back in September last year But now Levine 37 who has been kept busy with his commitments on US television talent show “The Voice” has promised something fresh is on the way reported Entertainment Tonight Read More “Not an album right now but maybe a song Gotta keep the kids interested We have something going on right now Soon it’s coming… It’s on the way It’s in the incubator” he said Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 21 2016 2:32 pm Sultan box office collections: Within 12 days of its release the Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma film has scaled heights and earned Rs 260 crore at the box office Top News Salman Khan’s Sultan is maybe a day away from becoming the third highest Bollywood grosser ever Within 12 days of its release the Salman and Anushka Sharma film has scaled heights and earned Rs 260 crore at the box office Already the fourth highest earner the movie stands behind Aamir Khan’s PK and Dhoom 3 and Salman’s 2015 release Bajrangi Bhaijaan According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh Sultan will soon overtake Dhoom 3’s business (Rs 27182 crore) #Sultan new poster… Crosses 500 cr [gross] WORLDWIDE… $ 75 million… #YRF pictwittercom/ByQ0TgPyOs — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 18 2016 Also read:Salman Khan’s Sultan day 11 box office collections: Film wins over Great Grand Masti earns Rs 24805 cr #Sultan continued its TRIUMPHANT run on Sun… Crosses 260 cr… Is now 4th HIGHEST GROSSER after #PK #BajrangiBhaijaan #Dhoom3 — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 18 2016 #Sultan will surpass #Dhoom3 *HINDI version* in coming days… #Dhoom3 *updated* biz: Hindi 27182 cr Tamil + Telugu 1284 cr — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) July 18 2016 WATCH VIDEO:Salman Khan’s Sultan Gets Rave Audience Reviews The wrestling drama faced negligible competition from sex comedy Great Grand Masti this Friday It continued its victory march as Great Grand Masti’s first-day earnings were a disappointing Rs 25 crore?2 hand grenades and 3 UBGL grenades based on the information provided by one of the accused and these crucial evidence were ignored by the trial court.27, In the past two years, which included many of the BJP’s signature campaign catchphrases.

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