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Sunday 20 September 2020

India Vs England 3rd Test - Live Cricket Score From Headingley, Leeds Catch out the Live updates

India Vs England 3rd Test - Live Cricket Score From Headingley, Leeds Catch out the Live updates

There is, of course, still a frisson to this contest. England was one country where Kohli had to wait for success as a Test batsman. As captain of the side he's coaxed into prominence, he will be in for more waiting over these five Tests - for sun, for cloudy skies, for his batsmen to use the middle of their bats, for the bowlers to find the edge and luck - to erase this rider from his CV.


India (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj

England (Playing XI): Rory Burns, Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan, Joe Root (c), Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Craig Overton, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson




What to expect: After a cloudy opening day, there is rain on the forecast radar from Days 2-5 and teams are likely to be in for a start-stop contest. Nottingham's own, Stuart Broad, suggests Trent Bridge is currently home to the best first-class pitches in the country. "There's been bounce, carry and slips have been in the game," he said. The statistics offer better insight. The last three first-class games at the venue have all resulted in innings wins for the home side with defending County Champions Essex's second-innings 194, the highest achieved by a visiting team.


England Squad: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Zak Crawley, Joe Root(c), Jonny Bairstow, Daniel Lawrence, Jos Buttler(w), Ollie Robinson, Mark Wood, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Craig Overton, Sam Curran, Jack Leach, Dominic Bess, Ollie Pope, Haseeb Hameed

India Squad: Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravichandran Ashwin, Shardul Thakur, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Siraj, Axar Patel, Wriddhiman Saha, Umesh Yadav, Hanuma Vihari, Abhimanyu Easwaran

Page 1 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 THE INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials Effective as from 1st September 2020 Page 2 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE 1 SCOPE AND  Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 .

THE INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE CODE OF CONDUCT FOR PLAYERS AND TEAM OFFICIALS INTRODUCTION BCCI is the body responsible for the operation of the League and the Code of 

Conduct for Players and Team Officials (the “Code of Conduct”) is adopted and implemented as part of BCCI’s continuing efforts to maintain the public image, popularity and integrity of the League by providing.

 (a) an effective means to deter any participant or other relevant person from conducting themselves improperly on and off the ‘field-of-play’ or in a manner that is contrary to the ‘Spirit of Cricket’; and 

(b) a robust disciplinary procedure pursuant to which all matters of improper conduct can be dealt with fairly, with certainty and in an expeditious manner. Unless otherwise indicated, references to Articles and Appendices are to articles and appendices of the Code of Conduct. 

Words in italicized text in the Code of Conduct are defined terms and their definitions are set out in Appendix 1. ARTICLE 1 SCOPE AND APPLICATION 1.1 All Players and Team Officials are automatically bound by and 

required to comply with all of the provisions of the Code of Conduct. Accordingly, by their participation (in the case of a Player) or assistance in a Player’s participation or other involvement (in the case of a Team Official) in a Match or IPL Event, such Players or Team Officials shall be deemed to have agreed: 1.1.1 that it is their personal responsibility to familiarise themselves with all of the requirements of the Code of Conduct, including what conduct constitutes an 

 1.1.2 to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of any Match Referee, Commission and Ombudsman convened under the Code for Conduct to hear and determine charges brought pursuant to the Code of Conduct (and any appeals in relation thereto); and 1.1.3 not to bring any proceedings in any court or other forum that are inconsistent with the foregoing submission to the jurisdiction of the Match Referee, Commission and Ombudsman. 1.2

 All Players and Team Officials shall continue to be bound by and required to comply with the Code of Conduct until three (3) months after the termination of his or her contract or other arrangement with a Franchisee and BCCI shall continue to have jurisdiction over him/her under the Code of Conduct thereafter in respect of matters relating to the League taking place prior to that point. 1.3 It is acknowledged that certain Players and Team Officials may also be subject to other rules of the relevant Franchisee, the ICC and/or National Cricket Federations that govern discipline and/or conduct, and that the same conduct of such Players and/or Team Officials may implicate not only the Code of Conduct but also such other rules that may apply. For the avoidance of any doubt, Players and Team Officials acknowledge and agree that: (a) the Code of Conduct is not intended to Page 4 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 limit the responsibilities of any Player or Team Official under such other rules; and (b) nothing in such other rules shall be capable of removing, superseding or amending in any way the jurisdiction of the Match Referee, Commission or Ombudsman to determine matters properly arising pursuant to the Code of Conduct. 1.4 For the avoidance of any doubt, all Umpires officiating in any Matches are automatically bound by and required to comply with all of the provisions of the IPL Code of Conduct for Match Officials and Match Officials Support Personnel. ARTICLE 2 CODE OF CONDUCT OFFENCES The Preamble to the Laws of Cricket, sets out the definition of the Spirit of Cricket, as follows:

 “Preamble – The Spirit of Cricket Cricket owes much of its appeal and enjoyment to the fact that it should be played not only according to the Laws (which are incorporated within these Playing Conditions), but also within the Spirit of Cricket. The major responsibility for ensuring fair play rests with the captains, but extends to all Players, Match officials and, especially in junior cricket, teachers, coaches and parents. Respect is central to the Spirit of Cricket. Respect your captain, Team-mates, opponents and the authority of the Umpires. Play hard and play fair. Accept the Umpire’s decision. Create a positive atmosphere by your own conduct and encourage others to do likewise. Show self-discipline, even when things go against you. Congratulate the opposition on their successes and enjoy those of your own Team. Thank the officials and your opposition at the end of the match, whatever the result. Cricket is an exciting game that encourages leadership, friendship and Teamwork, which brings together people from different nationalities, cultures and religions, especially when played within the Spirit of Cricket.” The conduct described in Articles 2.1 to 2.22 amounts to conduct which breaches the Spirit of Cricket and therefore, if committed by a Player or Player Support Personnel, shall amount to an offence by such Player or Player Support Personnel under the Code of Conduct. COMMENT:

 Where considered helpful, guidance notes have been provided in text boxes beneath the description of a particular offence. Such notes are intended only to provide guidance as to the nature and examples of certain conduct that might be prohibited by a particular Article and should not be read as an exhaustive or limiting list of conduct prohibited by such Article. Page 5 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 The Code of Conduct offences cover a variety of different behaviours and levels of seriousness. It is not intended to penalize trivial behavior. For the purpose of determining the appropriate sanction for an offence, levels of charging have been assigned for each offence, ranging from Level 1 for conduct of a minor nature, up to Level 4 for conduct of an extremely serious nature. Where an offence is alleged to have been committed, the individual Reporting the alleged offence must determine which of the assigned levels of offence is appropriate for the conduct in question. Reports can only be laid at the levels identified in respect of each particular offence below. For the purposes of the Code of Conduct, the phrase “during a Match” should be interpreted broadly to cover all conduct which takes place at the ground on the day of a Match

, and not just conduct which takes place on the field of play, for example in the changing rooms, or during any of the intervals in the Match. 2.1 Excessive appealing during a Match Note: For the purpose of Article 2.1, ‘excessive’ may include (a) repeated appealing of the same decision; (b) repeated appealing of different decisions when the bowler/fielder knows the batter is not out with the intention of placing the Umpire under pressure; (c) charging or advancing towards the Umpire in an aggressive manner when appealing; or (d) celebrating a dismissal without appealing to the Umpire when a decision is required. It is not intended to prevent loud or enthusiastic appealing. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4

 Not applicable 2.2 Abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings during a Match. Note: Article 2.2 includes any action(s) outside the course of normal cricket actions, such as hitting or kicking the wickets and any action(s) which deliberately (i.e. intentionally), recklessly or negligently (in either case even if accidental) results in damage to the advertising boards, boundary fences, dressing room doors, mirrors, windows 

and other fixtures and fittings. For example, this offence may be committed, without limitation, when a Player swings his/her bat vigorously in frustration and causes damage to an advertising board. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4 Not applicable 2.3 Use of an audible obscenity during a Match. Note: Article 2.3 covers the use of words commonly known and understood to be offensive, obscene and/or profane (in any language) and which can be heard by the spectators and/or the viewing public whether by way of the stump-microphone or otherwise. This conduct may include, for example, swearing in frustration at one’s own play or fortune. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4 Not applicable Page 6 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 2.4 Disobeying an Umpire’s instruction during a Match Note: Article 2.4 includes any repeated failure to comply with the instruction or directive of an Umpire during a Match. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4 Not applicable 2.5 Using language, actions or gestures which disparage or which could provoke an aggressive reaction from a batter upon his/her dismissal during a Match. Note: Article 2.5 includes any language, action or gesture used by a Player and directed towards a batter upon his/her dismissal which has the potential to provoke an aggressive reaction from the dismissed batter,

 whether or not any reaction results, or which could be considered to disparage or demean the dismissed batter, regardless of whether the batter him/herself feels disparaged or demeaned (in other words, a ‘send-off’). Without limitation, Article 2.5 includes: (a) excessive celebration directed at and in close proximity to the dismissed batter; (b) verbally abusing the dismissed batter; and (c) pointing or gesturing towards the pavilion. Nothing in this Article 2.5 is, however, intended to stop Players celebrating, in an appropriate fashion, the dismissal of the opposing Team’s batter. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4 Not applicable 2.6 Using a gesture that is obscene, offensive or insulting during a Match. Note: Article 2.6 includes, 

without limitation, obscene gestures which are not directed at another person. When assessing the seriousness of the breach, the following factors (without limitation) shall be taken into account: (i) the context of the particular situation; and (ii) whether the gesture is likely to: (a) be regarded as obscene; (b) give offence; or (c) insult another person. This offence is not intended to cover any use of gestures that are likely to offend another person on the basis of their race, religion, gender, colour, descent, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, marital status and/or maternity status. Such conduct is prohibited under the IPL Anti-Discrimination Code and must be dealt with according to the procedures set out therein. Level 1 ✓ Level 2 Not applicable Level 3 Not applicable Level 4 Not applicable Page 7 Code of Conduct for Players and Team Officials - 2020 2.7 Public criticism of, or inappropriate comment in relation to an incident occurring in a Match or any Player, Team Official, Match Official or Team participating in any Match, 

irrespective of when such criticism or inappropriate comment is made. Note: Without limitation, Players and Team Officials will breach Article 2.7 if they publicly criticise the Match Officials or denigrate a Player or Team against which they have played in relation to incidents which occurred in a Match. When assessing the seriousness of the breach, without limitation, the context within which the comments have been made and the gravity of the offending comments must be taken into account. For the avoidance of doubt, any posting by a Player or Team Official of comments on a social media platform (including, without limitation, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn) shall be deemed to be ‘public’ for the purposes of this offence.

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Tuesday 15 September 2020

Debit card holder must read the rules will change soon

New Delhi: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is going to change the rules related to debit and credit cards. This change will take effect from 30 September 2020.

 If you are a debit and credit card holder, you need to know the rules. These changes allow you to connect to international transactions, online transactions and contactless card transactions. However, changes to the rules were to take place in the first quarter of the year. 

 But the epidemic was avoided because of Covid 19. The RBI's deadline was set for September 30. The new incarnation of your Whali car Maruti Alto is coming, find out how much it will cost It will be decided that after the change in the priority of transaction rules, customers will have to set their own priority for transactions with international transactions, online transactions and contactless cards.

Allowing Domestic Transactions The RBI has asked banks to allow domestic transactions to customers when issuing debit and credit cards. This means that if there is no need to withdraw money from the ATM machine and foreign transaction will not be allowed for PoS terminal shopping. After 3 days of sharp fall in gold and silver prices, customers will be able to decide their own needs after the new rules come into force. 

 He will also get the service on the card according to what type of transaction he needs. This means that customers can decide whether they want a domestic transaction with their card or an international transaction, at any time. And it will also be up to him to decide which service to activate and which to deactivate. 

 Pay by Clock Now Not Debit Card, Customer can change this amazing feature by launching SBI. This facility will be available 24 hours and seven days. Simply put, you can now set your ATM card anytime by going to the mobile app, internet banking, ATM machine, anytime through IVR. The new rules from RBI will be applicable to debit and credit cards from September 30, 2020.

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Sports Authority of India LAtest Recruitment for 10+2 candidiates

Sports Authority of India (SAI) is an autonomous organization under the Administrative control of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports with its Head office at Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003.

 SAI has established 23 National Centres of Excellence across the country for training of young and elite athletes in various disciplines. These NCOEs are funded for several items inter-alia Sports Science staff through Khelo India Scheme of Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports. 

To strengthen the NCOEs, SAI invites applications from eligible candidates for engagement as Masseur/Masseuse on contract basis at various SAI Centers. Vacancies The total number of vacancies are 08 (Male -4 & Female -4). The initial place of posting shall be SAI NS NIS, Patiala. However SAI reserves the right to transfer the selected candidates anywhere in India

Sports Authority of India LAtest Recruitment for 10+2 candidiates

(Essential Requirements, Shortlisting and Interview Information) 


Passed 10+2 from a recognized board with a certificate course/skill development program for Masseur/Masseuse/Massage Therapy/Sports Masseur/ Masseuse from a recognized institution. 

 Minimum 2 years of work experience as Masseur/ Masseuse. 

2. CRITERIA FOR SHORTLISTING OF CANDIDATES FOR INTERVIEW. Of all the total applications received, short listing of candidates to provide an optimum ratio for the interview will be carried out on following basis: 

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1. Full Name in Capital Letters (As per the Matriculation Certificate):
 2. Gender: 
3. Date of Birth (As per the Matriculation Certificate): 
4. Father’s Name (As per the Matriculation Certificate): 
5. Nationality: 
6. Post Applied For: 
7. Permanent Address: 
8. Address for Communication: 
9. Mobile number and Email ID (a valid and functional email ID to be provided): 
10.Academic Qualifications:
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Monday 14 September 2020

Do you have finished this work otherwise ration card will become worthless for uou

Big news has come about 24 crore ration card holders in the country. The time limit for linking ration cards to Aadhaar in the country has come to an end. You now have only 12 days to do this. If you can't link the ration card with Aadhaar these days, the ration card holders will not be able to avail the benefits of government schemes in the coming days. 

 So it is necessary to link your ration card with Aadhaar before September 30. મોટા Big news about ration card holders • Get the ration card linked to Aadhaar The link is only 12 days away. If the remaining ration card does not link to the Aadhaar card, your name will be removed from the ration card.

This requires those who have not yet done so to link to it before September 30th. The Central Government has issued an alert to the State Government regarding this rule. There are currently 23.5 crore ration card holders in the country. 90% of them have linked to Aadhaar and Pan. By September 30, with the help of Aadhaar Linked Ration Card, people can get food from fair price shops for less than the market price, depending on the public distribution system. Find out the 5 things you need to do to link ration card with Aadhaar.

To link with Aadhaar, do this work. For this, submit a copy of ration card and a copy of Aadhaar card of each family member at PDS Center. • The passport size photo of the head of the family will be seen in the ration card. Data can be obtained by placing a finger on the biometric machine. The officer will match your details and base number. Your process will be considered complete when you receive the message of Aadhaar link from the ration card on the registered mobile number. .

 If the ration card is not linked with Aadhaar, then the benefit of this service cannot be availed. The ambitious scheme of the Central Government, One Nation One Ration Card has 26 States and Union Territories. Portability service has been launched in these states. More than 81 crore people in the country are expected to join the scheme by March 2021. Half of the country's population will benefit from joining the scheme. The Central Government is trying to ensure that every state in the country gets the benefit of One Nation One Ration Card Scheme by March 31, 2021.
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