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saying they are woefully ill-prepared to handle an Ebola case.”. notching up impressive knockout wins,the latest coming in less than three minutes “It’s not at all as easy as it looked on TV I trainedfor hours and hours amid people I did not know There ishardly any social circle there for me I led a particular lifefor 15-20 years in the amateur level all that has suddenlychanged and it’s not easy making the adjustments” Vijendertold PTI “I can say a part of the tough phase is over and somemore is left before I become fully comfortable with the set-up However I am a tough guy and will get over it I amadapting pretty quickly to the set-up” he added “My trainer (Lee Beard) is a fantastic guy and we havedeveloped a good relationship” Spelling out his plans going forward Vijender said hewould not make a rush for a title bout just yet and wait for six months to get a stronghold in the circuit “Right now I am fighting four-round contests I willgradually move ahead and increase the rounds to six and 10 and challenge for the Asian title in six months time because atitle bout cannot be four rounds” said the middleweight boxer whose next bout is scheduled for December 19 inManchester against a yet-to-be-named opponent “Before that I want to fight on home turf in front of mypeople Hopefully my fourth or fifth bout would be in India in Delhi may be” he added His India promoters Infinity Optimal Solutions (IOS) CEONeerav Tomar confirmed that an Asian title bout would be oncards for Vijender in six months’ time “We are targetting an Asian title bout for him in thenext six months and may be a world title bout in one year’s time Before that we are planning a bout for him inMarch-April in Delhi” he said “He can’t just go and challenge for a world title fightright away he has to have good rankings and his rival also has to agree So it will take at least a year before hereaches that stature” he added Vijender a former world number one in the amateurcircuit said the two pro rivals he faced so far — SonnyWhiting and Dean Gillen — were not as easily beatable as theyseemed “My debut opponent Sonny Whiting was a tough one Ipulled off a Technical Knockout but it was a struggle for me”he recalled Not among the most talkative sportspersons Vijender saidthe outside-the-ring showmanship of professional boxing hasalso been tough to deal with “I don’t open up very easily I am not outspoken and I amin a circuit where people talk big make tall claims It’s funny but I prefer to shut my mind off it I say a few thingswhen asked but I am not very comfortable talking too much” hesaid “Moreover it’s hard to pick those guys’ (foreign rivals)accent and they can’t understand a word if I get down to speaking in Hindi So it doesn’t affect me when they talkbig” he added with a laughter For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Vishal Menon | New Delhi | Updated: March 24 2016 11:49 am Moeen Ali was adjudged man-of-the-match (Source:Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) Related News LOUD CHEERS followed by deafening chants greeted the Afghanistan team as they walked out for the national anthem on a bright and sunny day at the Feroz Shah Kotla They were up against a buoyant England side who looked refreshed following their resounding win against the Proteas last week Considering India were not playing this match it did not come as a surprise to see the low turnout To be precise as many as 2859 people had turned up for the game (STATS || POINTS TABLE || FIXTURES) However one fleeting glance across the venue and you would quickly realise which team the crowd was rooting for The majority were a motley mix of the young and old There were a few women too— all waving Afghanistan’s flags They were loud and boisterous and all rooting for an Afghanistan win It is not difficult to judge why this Afghanistan team is considered a crowd favourite The sizeable Afghan presence in the national capital most of whom are expats coupled by their exuberance and a never-say-die approach have won them admirers Afghanistan may still not have beaten any of the Big Boys of cricket yet but they have shown their intent In this World T20 they did enter the Super 10 by beating Zimbabwe and then ran close more fancied teams like Sri Lanka and South Africa Such has been their aura at this showpiece event that ahead of the match England captain Eoin Morgan had said: “We would be stupid to take them lightly” It shows the kind of reputation they have gained On Wednesday they did not disappoint the crowd though atleast in the first half of the game On a slow wicket which offered a hint of turn their spinners led by Mohammad Nabi tied the Englishmen in knots England were immediately pegged back when they lost opener Jason Roy in the third over James Vince and Joe Root provided rearguard action adding 26 runs in just 15 deliveries before Nabi struck The very next ball Morgan shouldered arms to what looked like a straightforward delivery from Nabi Morgan seems to have misjudged the line England were tottering at 3/42 in the 7th over Two balls later when Root was run-out after committing forward the crowd had become even more boisterous Chants of “AFGHANISTAN AFGHANISTAN” only grew louder now Jos Buttler Ben Stokes and Chris Jordan then followed in quick succession — all getting out to innocuous strokes Afghan spinners bowled a tight line and were ably backed by their fielders By the time Jordan was dismissed England had trudged along to 85 in the 15th over and had lost seven wickets Despite the carnage at the other end and the lack of momentum Moeen Ali looked relatively unhurried He though initially found the going tough against the precision of the Afghans It was only in in the penultimate over he decided to lift the tempo Up against left-arm spinner Hamza Kotak Ali sat on one leg to despatch a straighter delivery over mid-wicket for a six A stunned silence greeted the shot Ali then followed it up with another straight-batted hoick that sped to the mid-off for a boundary With these two shots Ali announced his intent Another two lusty blows this time from Wiley and 25 runs were looted off the over The crowd had gone silent by now All of a sudden from 7/107 England surged to 7/132 in the space of six deliveries In hindsight it was a game-changing over England scored 44 runs in the last three overs enough to tilt the game in their favour If Afghanistan were to make a match of it they needed Shahzad to fire up front But he was dismissed in the third ball Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi kept their hopes alive with some pleasant hits but none had the gumption or the experience to take charge of the innings something which Ali did to a nicety They kept losing wickets at crucial intervals and when Najibullah Zadran was run-out in the 16th over the chase was well and truly over Afghanistan eventually lost by 15 runs coming close for the third consecutive match in this World T20 They had their moments in the game and exerted a tight leash on England for the first 18 overs However lack of a decent partnership at the start and loss of wickets in a heap proved to be their undoing But their fans are pleased with their efforts They know for a fact that this team is ready to compete and in the future with a bit of luck they can surely play the role of “party-poopers” to perfection For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: November 17 2014 8:40 am The 44-week child now weighs a normal 26 kg; (left) being brought to Delhi at 26 weeks Top News A preterm baby who was airlifted from Lucknow barely hours after birth is ready to go home after spending four months at a hospital here Palm-sized and weighing just 600 gm at birth the baby was born at 26 weeks over 10 weeks before a full-term pregnancy of 37-39 weeks Now her mother is able to lift her in her arms Weighing over 26 kg normal for her age of 44 weeks the baby (yet to be named) is likely to be discharged next week “For a week after birth I could not even see her I just heard that she was the size of my palm” her mother Priyanka Awasthi said “When I saw her seven days after birth in the NICU (neonatal intensive-care unit) she was shivering I could not believe how weak she was I was not even allowed to hold her It’s a blessing looking at her gurgling happily today” A mini newborn ICU was set up in the aircraft with an onboard incubator ventilator and monitoring system to transport the baby to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital where she was treated “Like most preterm babies there were several complications as most of her organs were underdeveloped Airlifting a preterm baby and such a tiny one at that has still more complications because of the low air pressure and minimal space to manoeuvre so we had to be prepared” Dr Neelam Kler chairperson of the hospital’s Department of Neonatology said Dr Anup Thakur consultant neonatologist said “We had our own fears whether such a tiny baby would be able to sustain the flight physiology of cabin pressure noise vibration low temperature sudden accelerations and decelerations… Also risk of brain haemorrhage in such tiny infants during transport has been reported” Doctors said the baby fought an array of complications “like a warrior” Her lungs were not developed fully She developed chronic lung disease and required oxygen support for almost 17 weeks She was also diagnosed with Patent Ductus Arteriosus a heart disorder and had sepsis at the time of admission The baby’s intestines were immature so she could not be given oral feeds “She was fed small amounts of breast milk with a feeding tube and was put on intravenous nutrition Premature babies also forget to breathe sometimes a condition called apnea” Dr Kler said India accounts for 236 per cent of preterm births globally the highest in the world November 17 is observed as World Premature Babies Day Experts say 75 per cent of premature births in India can be saved with simple cost-effective interventions like providing good ante-natal care and monitoring of maternal health Doctors said after they gain a healthy weight like Awasthi’s baby they have to be periodically monitored but have normal healthy lives For now as the Awasthis prepare to take their baby home they are getting used to new “normal” worries “We still have not thought of a name for her Now there are so many suggestions… and I am happy dwelling over names now for my baby” Awasthi said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News The club did not release any information about the condition of forward Cristiano Ronaldo, Sinha called out to them (in his trademark style), Oberoi also went all twinkle eyed when asked about his toddler Vivaan Veer. Reuters A highlight of the proceedings on the opening day is expected to be a statement from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in both Houses of Parliament on the situation of Indians in Iraq. A lathi and a policeman,Here we go again Modi will launch the scheme from Shimla.

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