Regd. No. Indore MP/ICD 216/2018-2020 INDORE BHOPAL UJJAIN MUMBAI PUNE ( ! '* ' !( (#% & (#& ' ! ! ! $ + # # ! ! AUSTRALIAN TEAM’S fortress breached after 32 years )! # + 1 $ / )* ++ *+ % + $ ) + +!& ,*+) $! / + ) .! # +* '& + + ) !& )!* & ,*+) $! '& , * / & ! .'& + Sikandars who can chart their own Muqaddars even in a stormy sea without the regular captain to sail us through. These Bahubalis know how to convert a defeat into a victory And mind you, it's . not a fluke. After the patient drawn match at Sydney, we were made to believe in these rookies who !& $ ',) / ' + ',)+ *+ * )! * had steady heads over broad shoulders. When the world laughed at us after we were humiliated at Adelaide, little did we know that we have a rock solid bench strength and Team India will not be at the mercy of any top gun... . No big names can hold us at ransom. Staying afloat and then turning the tables against Australia in Australia is no mean feat and too with most players who haven't played 10 Tests so far. , Incidentally the Indian cricket team had never won a Test match at The Gabba before. They had played six games on this ground, losing five of them. 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'* " $) '/ $)" /!** *).,*'' , -/-+ ) ) India on Tuesday announced that it will supply Covid-19 vaccines under grant assistance to Bhutan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Nepal, Myanmar and Sey. chelles from Wednesday The Ministry of External Affairs said India will supply Covid-19 vaccines to partner countries over the coming weeks and months in a phased manner keeping in view the domestic requirements. It said India is awaiting confirmation of necessary regulatory clearances from Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Mauritius for supply of the vaccines. In a statement, the MEA said India has received several requests for the supply of Indian-manufactured vaccines from neighbouring and key partner countries. About six lakh income-tax payers reaping the benefits of subsidised electricity meant for the poor will be ousted. The decision was taken during a review meeting of the energy department taken by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Tuesday . Officials of the energy department made a presentation mentioning the department’s achievements and beneficiaries of various schemes. It was told that there was an abnormally high number of beneficiaries under the subsidised bill scheme, under which a BPL consumer had to pay Re 1 per unit till consumption of 100 units. Officials of the department said that, after an inquiry, about 6 lakh consumers were traced who the benefits, he said. The CM asked the officials to fix accountability of workers starting from linesman to top officials. He also appreciated the efforts of the power officials for their innovative approach and consumerfriendly steps. were income-tax payers and yet availing of the benefits of the scheme. CM Chouhan asked the officers to take action immediately and remove them from the list of beneficiaries. The CM has instructed the officials to closely scrutinise the list and remove fake beneficiaries and take action against them. He also asked the officials to realise revenue from big defaulters. Proper impleschemes mentation of should be ensured so that the deserving could reap MAN RAPES 13-YR-OLD DALIT GIRL, TRIES TO BURY HER ALIVE BETUL: A 13-year-old Dalit girl has been allegedly raped by a man who then tried to bury her alive in a pit in Madhya Pradesh's Betul district, police said on . Tuesday The incident took place on Monday evening following which the 35-year-old accused was arrested, and the girl, whose condition is serious, has been referred to a hospital at Nagpur in neighbouring Maharashtra, they said. The girl had gone to a farm in a village under Ghodadongri police station area to switch off a motor and on finding her alone, the accused allegedly raped her, Betul Superintendent of Police Simala Prasad said. In a a 5-wicket haul. Washington Sundar, on debut, hit a fifty and came up with an all-round performance. Shardul Thakur picked up 7 wickets and hit a first-innings fifty as India cut down Australia's lead to 33 after being 186 for 6. T Natarajan picked up 3 crucial first innings wicket as youngsters stepped up in the absence of the old guards. Siraj's personal loss reminds us of Sachin Tendulkar when he lost his father during the 1999 World Cup... 38 new cases take corona tally to 57,135 bid to hide the crime, the accused then dragged her to a drain and dumped her in a nearby pit which he covered with stones and thorny bushes, the official said. When the girl did not return home till late evening, her parents and sister started searching for her, he said. When her sister reached near the pit, she heard the voice of someone writhing in pain. She immediately called her father and when they removed the bushes and stones, they found the victim inside the pit, the official said. The family members rushed the girl to Ghodadongri Civil Hospital, from where she was taken to the district hospital, he said. As her condition is serious, the authorities referred her to a hospital in Nagpur for treatment, the official said. Based on a complaint lodged by the victim's fami, ly the accused was arrested and booked under relevant sections of the IPC, the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act, he said. Biden to be sworn in as US Prez today NEW DELHI: With a promise to 'heal' America, which in recent months witnessed a chaotic election and messy transition of power, Joseph R Biden will take the oath to become the 46th president of the United . States on Wednesday Biden, who is known around the world for his stint as the vice president during the Obama administration, will be the oldest person ever sworn in as . president of the country He turned 78 in November. $! # && ) " # ' % %56 6-0) % 8-5-6-1+ 6)%0 '%0) 276 64-703,%16 *420 6,) 4-5&%1) 4-'.)6 4271( 9%5 &%'. -1 28)0&)4 9,)1 6,) 0-+,6: #)56 1(-%1 276*-6 71()4 6,) /)%()45,-3 2* "-8 -',%4(5 6,4%5,)( //%1 24()4 5 6)%0 &: 9-'.)65 -5,%&, %16 -5 6,) 623 5'24)4 *420 1(-%1 '%03 4715 -1 6,) 5)4-)5 ,) 5276,3%9 0%-16%-1)( %1 9-6, %8)4%+) 2* -1 *-8) -11-1+5 ,) 3/%:)( 2* 6,4)) )565 -1 6,) 5)4-)5 ; 1(-% 75)( % 4)'24( 170&)4 2* 3/%:)45 6,) 0256 %1: 6)%0 ,%5 75)( -1 %1 %9%: 5)4-)5 -1 6,) ,-5624: 2* )56 '4-'.)6 ,) 34)8-275 0256 9%5 3/%:)45 75)( &: 1+/%1( -1 6,) 5,)5 -1 7564%/-% %1( &: #)56 1(-)5 21 % 6274 62 276, *4-'% -1 T his is youngistan. The power of youth. Raw but controlled and ready to learn. Sledge them, jeer them... they don't give it back through nonsensical aggression. They know how to translate their resources with the cherry and the willow. Young India has FINALLY arrived! 36 all out in Adelaide... was good for us in many ways. We got to know our strengths and capabilities thereafter. One big lesson we learnt is that in a country of 1.35 billion a handful of people in any field should not be allowed to call the shots. The "tried and tested" should not be used forever. We have the & + ! ) *! &+ , $ !- * !& $ +', * +' (')+) !+* ' )+!*+ "'+ !& ))!* 0 '& + $ + ' ! & 0 & ! ) *! &+ $ + % $ ' + !) ' + + #!& ) %'&/ + !* '% .')#* '( !& %)!+* ) President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in at the West Front of the US capitol during the 59th Presidential Inau. guration ceremony Biden's inauguration is taking place under the shadow of the unprecedented health crisis and protests in the US. The security in the capital has been beefed up amid a high level of security concerns following the January 6 Capitol riots. The presentation made by the department said that Rs 1,723 crore had been realized from consumers in December 2019. In December 2020, the figure reached Rs 1,948 crore, which was Rs 225 crore more than in the previous year. This achievement had came at an adverse time during the corona pandemic. The CM was also told about the progress of the Kusum scheme, under which farmers will get free electricity . Regular classes in colleges to resume today All classes for all courses will resume in colleges across the . state from Wednesday A review meeting of the department of higher education was held on Monday to assess the situation. Colleges across the state were opened from January 1 in a phased manner. In the first phase, classes for those subjects having practical were resumed. In phase two, classes for students of UG and PG final year were started. Higher education minister had announced that regular classes for all courses and classes will be held regularly from January 20. All colleges have been instructed to ensure strict implementation of SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) of Covid-19 guidelines. Written permission from parents . is mandatory Only those students wearing mask will be given entry in colleges.• • Nevertheless, the staff of colleges is still apprehensive about attendance of students as at present only 15-35% of students are coming to attend classes. Some principals had also raised the issue that teachers were facing problems taking online classes and teaching in . class simultaneously However, officials of the directorate insisted that online classes will continue till things turn normal. On Tuesday, 38 out of 3,224 samples returned positive taking district's corona tally to 57,135 and rate of positive cases to 1.15%. A death during the day took toll to 921. According to CMHO bulletin, reports of samples received till Tuesday was 7,43,327. Department has taken 3,297 more samples for testing including 844 RTPCR and 2,453 Rapid Antigen Tests. As many as 1,193 patients are under treatment in various hospitals. Total 55,021 patients have been discharged so far. Man held under anti-love jihad law in Barwani Acting on the complaint lodged by a 22year-old woman, Barwani police arrested a 28year-old married man and ,&&/ $! * ' !$ &*,)! father of one for sexually exploiting her for four years while hiding his real identity and marital status. The accused blackmailed and pressured the complainant for religious conversion, the woman told Barwani police. Accused has been identified as Sunny alias Sohail, son of Manjur Mansuri. Police booked him under new Madhya Pradesh Freedom of Religion Ordinance that penalises religious conversions through fraudulent means. This is the first case in Barwani district under the new legislation. Barwani police station in- charge Rajesh Yadav told Free Press that on the basis of a written complaint filed by a 22-year-old woman, a 28-year-old man was arrested on Monday on charges of rape and under provisions of the Freedom of Religion ordinance. “Accused had introduced himself to her as Sunny about four years back. As soon as she came to know that he was married and a Muslim, she began to maintain distance but he allegedly pressurised her for marriage and conversion,” Yadav said. Ater filing the complaint, the woman told reporters on Monday that she lodged a complaint as it is love jihad. “The man is a Muslim and got into a relationship with me by posing as a Hindu. He beat me up. He physically exploited me for four years,” she added. The case falls under Palsud police station and is being transferred there for further action, Yadav said.