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While the bench of Justice S Ravindra Bhat and Justice Deepa Sharma did not pass contempt orders, with Kohli striding across batting arenas like the colossus he is, who has written a letter,asking for a trial Then it would be up to the selectioncommittee to decide whether to hold the trials and whatever itdecides the Federation would be okay with it" informed theofficial Narsingh had secured the Olympic quota place for Indialast year at the World Championship in Las Vegas after winning a bronze in 74 kg category Since then the Maharashtra grappler has been staking his claim for the berth while double Olympic-medallist Sushil who missed the event owing to a shoulder injury has asked fo a trial to determine who ultimately represents India at th Rio Games There is speculation that the Federation is not too keen on holding the trial in men’s 74 kg freestyle category as it might prompt a few other wrestlers to demand trials in other weight divisions as well Keen to avoid any trouble WFI had asked the Sport Ministry to take the decision However the Ministry has put the ball back into the Federation’s court "While WFI asked the Sports Ministry to take a final decision the Ministry in turn has refused to interfere in the Federation’s affairs and asked it to take a call" the source said Meanwhile former chief coach Vinod Kumar who has been training Sushil at Sonepat’s SAI centre said the former world champion had been told by WFI itself to keep himself prepared for the trials "In the last one year Sushil’s sole focus is on preparing for Rio The Government has spent a lot of money on him and even WFI always encouraged him to keep practising "Had WFI told Sushil earlier that Narsingh would be going to Rio he would not have made so many sacrifices and worked so hard" said Vinod Kumar "We want the trials to be held as soon as possible Sushil is fully fit" Sushil also reiterated his demand for a trial "I have been away from my family for almost a year now My only focus is on Rio and I have been working extremely hard It is only just that I am given a chance All I am asking for is trials I am not saying that you send me to Rio because of my glorious past I am only saying that whoever between me and Narsingh is better should represent the country at the Olympics" Meanwhile Narsingh has maintained that it was his right to go to Rio as he was the one who has secured the berth "Going to Rio is my right I have achieved this right by performing consistently and winning India the quota at the World Championships So I should be given my due" Sushil had won a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and a silver at the London Games four years later in men’s 66 kg freestyle But since the weight divisions were rejigged by the world body Sushil has moved up to 74 kg division The Haryana-lad excelled in the new category as well by winning the 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medal before the lengthy injury layoff Narsingh had participated at the 2012 London Olympics in 74 kg category but was ousted in the first round Imtiaz Ahmed a member of Pakistan’s first-ever Test team died in a Lahore hospital Saturday after a brief illness his family said Representational image Getty Images The 88-year-old Ahmed featured in Pakistan’s first Test played in Delhi against India in October 1952 and went on to play 41 matches as a wicketkeeper-batsman Ahmed’s family confirmed his death "He (Imtiaz) was suffering from chest infection and died early Saturday" a member of the family told local media Ahmed was known as an aggressive batsman who had a variety of strokes most notably the hook and the pull shot He scored 2079 Test runs for Pakistan with a career best of 209 against New Zealand in Lahore in 1955 He put on 152 for the first wicket with the legendary Hanif Mohammad in the Bridgetown Test against West Indies in 1958 scoring 91 Mohammad who died in August this year went on to score an epic 337 in 970 minutes — still the longest innings in Test cricket history Ahmed’s death means that middle-order batsman Waqar Hasan is now the only surviving member of Pakistan’s first Test team By: Express Web Desk | Updated: Sri Lanka win third T20I by 5 wickets against South Africa Top News Sri Lanka made a stunning finish to the T20I series by winning the third and final match in Cape Town Sri Lanka chased down 170 runs their highest chase in this format to win the final match and also clinch the series South Africa posted 169 for the loss of five wickets from their 20 overs with comeback man AB de Villiers smashing a fifty Mosehle then hit 21 runs off the last over to help South Africa post a big total Sri Lanka had a small mid-innings wobble but fifty from Dickwella and an attacking innings from Prasanna helped them cross the line This resulted in alosing return tode Villiers who was making a comeback to international cricket after seven months No Comments in this live blog For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Gangtok | Updated: November 20 2016 9:37 pm Ranjit Sinha was speaking at a gaming event organised by the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) on Saturday evening (Source: File) Top News Former CBI Director Ranjit Sinha has advocated legalisation of sports betting and gaming since he said these had a massive revenue generation potential and were popular with the people He however also emphasised proper regulation and what he called “responsible gaming” “The business of sport betting and gaming exists despite the ban There is a stigma attached to it but it is not very high on the government radar The government should legalise it” the former Central Bureau of Investigation Director said in Sikkim’s capital “With good regulation and responsible gaming we can make it happen Like it exists in Sikkim and helps increase revenue and employment in the state” Sinha was speaking at a gaming event organised by the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) on Saturday evening in the northeastern state — called ‘Las Vegas of India’ where casinos are allowed Sinha said the Sikkim model could be used by other states after the Himalayan state emerged as one of the most sought-after destinations for high-end tourists “This (gaming/betting) industry has huge revenue generation potential which can be seen in Sikkim and Goa” At a panel discussion themed ‘Legalise Betting’ Sinha said: “There are definitely adverse effects also but proper regulation and an enforcement body can take care of that part” “We have to also look into its moral aspect and take public opinion into consideration” The former CBI chief also urged the gaming federation to take representatives from all sectors on board Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci)representative Rajpal Singh said: “We should not shy away from reality Illegal betting is already happening Huge money is involved in illegal betting (So) it is better to legalise it but ensure a strict vigil on the industry” “If regulated properly we can generate huge revenues for the states” he added The AIGF formed in June 2016 said it is making efforts to make betting and gaming legal in areas where it can generate revenue employment and boost tourism For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsA couple of years ago the late Martin Crowe one of the shrewdest students of the game did a bit of crystal gazing and proclaimed that Virat Kohli Steve Smith Joe Root and Kane Williamson — all in the age group of 23 to 25 then — will be the stars of the future He believed that between the ages of 24 and 32 these "shooting stars" as he called them would have teething problems highs and lows and swings of fortune The one who was destined to climb the ladder andbecome the best would have to learn quickly he reckoned Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli celebrates scoring century BCCI Crowe who was coach of Royal Challengers Bangalore during the initial years of the IPL before he lost his bout with cancer is credited with many innovations in cricket including being one of the earliest to conceptualise the T20 format? In a column for the Sky Sports, a small town entrepreneur from Tamil Nadu who invented low-cost sanitary napkins to generate awareness in rural areas about its usages and hygiene. Doctors clarify that there is no connection between the body mass index and the needle size. There is a clinical consensus on healthcare professionals needing to work closely with patients to dispel their fears. Yes, My salutes to God’s own child @ssrajamouli and his team!! around 1.

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