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 Ross Taylor: At the start of my career, I was happy to play just one or two games. But I have come this far, it’s nice. I didn’t really expect much. I didn’t really hear what the announcer said, but few of the Pakistani players congratulated me. Throughout the summer it has been green, but this one (pitch) is not as green as the other two. You can expect that in a Test match. We are happy to get through unscathed. After losing those two early wickets, we definitely would have taken that. Shaheen bowled fantastically well, he was not giving you anything. It was a tough. Sometimes the pressure is on the bowler when the skipper wants to make inroads and take wickets. But on these NZ wickets, the margin for error is very less. Hopefully the up and down nature of this wicket will make things hard later, on day 4 and day 5.

18:32 Local Time, 05:32 GMT, 11:02 IST: A good competitive day of Test cricket, but New Zealand will be the happier of the two sides at the end of play as they have dealt with the conditions reasonably well. The run rate was on the slower side, but they’ll pleased with the fact that they’ve got 7 wickets in hand. Shaheen Afridi got Pakistan off to a superb start by dismissing the openers early, but Williamson and Taylor stitched a fantastic 120-run stand for the third wicket. Just when the partnership was starting to threaten Pakistan, Afridi got rid of Ross Taylor. The young pacer could have got Williamson too, but the fielders were a bit rusty in the slip cordon as they dropped him twice. In the company of Nicholls, theNZ skipper had another decent stand and made sure they didn’t lose any wickets further as the hosts ended with 222/3. Williamson is just six runs away from another fabulous century. Join us tomorrow to find out whether he gets it or not. Goodbye!

New Zealand 222 for 3 (Williamson 94*, Nicholls 42*, Taylor 70, Afridi 3-55) vs Pakistan

An unhurried unbeaten 94 from Kane Williamson steered New Zealand through a testing opening day at Mount Maunganui, helping them end it only three down despite a number of testing spells from Pakistan. The visitors could have found more reward for their efforts with a bit more luck and better catching, but the experience and skill of Williamson, Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls eventually ensured New Zealand had their noses ahead at stumps.

Shaheen Afridi was Pakistan’s only wicket-taker – the left-armer dismissed both openers in his first spell, then broke a 120-run third-wicket stand between Taylor and Williamson, and could have had another wicket with the second new ball late in the day, when he found Williamson’s edge only for Haris Sohail to put down a low chance at first slip. Williamson was on 86 then.

Ross Taylor on Saturday became New Zealand’s most capped player across all three formats. Taylor achieved the feat when he stepped out for the first Test against Pakistan, being played at the Bay Oval here. This is Taylor’s 438th match for the New Zealand cricket team. “Out comes @RossLTaylor, now New Zealand’s most capped player across all three formats with 438* matches,” Blackcaps tweeted.

Ross Taylor is down for a quick chat. Let’s hear it from him. He says that when he started his career, he was happy to play just one or two games but having come this long and far makes him feel happy. He further mentions that he did not hear the announcement but he was congratulated by a few Pakistani players when he walked out to bat. On the pitch, he says that entire summer the surfaces have been green but this one here is not that green as the last two games. He further says that they are happy with where they are placed at the end of the day. Mentions that they did not start well as they lost a couple of quick wickets. Praises Shaheen Afridi as he mentions that he did not give away any scoring opportunity. Ends by saying that the margin of error on these New Zealand tracks is minimal and he hopes that the surface starts to show its tricks cometh Day 4 and Day 5.

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Pune: The southwest monsoon, which has lashed the South Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal for the past five days, finally started moving towards India on the sixth day. According to the Indian Meteorological Department, the monsoon winds will intensify in the next 48 hours. With the resumption of monsoon winds, curiosity has been raised as to when it will enter India from Kerala.

This year, monsoon rains hit the Andamans on May 16, six days earlier than usual. The advance of monsoon rains was premature due to strong winds. After that, however, seasonal winds began to travel during the day. In the Bay of Bengal, monsoon winds intensified on May 17 and 19. However, they did not enter the Arabian Sea. The monsoon finally reached the South Arabian Sea on May 20. As a result, they are expected to move faster towards Kerala, but the weather has changed. Nutrient conditions were removed and monsoon winds slowed. The monsoon, which started in the South Arabian Sea on May 20, stopped until May 25. Monsoon winds also did not advance into the Bay of Bengal during this period. So while concerns were being raised about their travels, the weather department predicted favorable weather for the monsoon winds to travel. Consequently, on May 26, the monsoon winds in the South Arabian Sea made great progress. The winds have reached near the Maldives and Comorin in this area. They have also made progress in the Bay of Bengal. The weather department said they could reach the Lakshadweep area, including the Maldives, in the next 48 hours as monsoon winds continue to blow. As a result, it is currently raining in most of the south, including Kerala, and in the central and northeastern parts.

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“Pandharpur, Tirupati are not temples but Buddhist monasteries, we have thousands…

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Dr. Secretary Member of Ambedkar Charitra Sadhane Prakashan Samiti and Senior Literary Dr. Just two days ago, Pradip Aglave stated that many famous temples like Jagannathpuri (Orissa), Tirupati Balaji (Andhra Pradesh), Pandharpur, Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), Mahakali ( Ujjain), etc., were ancient Buddhist monasteries, Buddhist stupas. Amid mixed reactions on the issue, Bhim Army National Secretary General Ashok Kamble warned that thousands of people would visit Pandharpur to pay their respects. A few days ago, Ashok Kamble had warned Raj Thackeray that he should make a proclamation in Aurangabad if any violation of the rules occurred. That’s when they got into the discussion.

Dr. What exactly is the claim of Aglave?

Dr. Aglave states that the famous temples in India are ancient Buddhist monasteries and stupas. “Researchers have shown that many famous temples in India were formerly Buddhist monasteries. Prabodhankar Keshav Thackeray in his book ‘Deolacha Dharma aur Dharmachi Deolale’ (1929) has clearly stated that ‘Sacred structures and Buddhist idols in various Buddhist monasteries have been demolished and pindas of Lord Shiva’ have been erected there.

Also, in many places, Buddhist monasteries were transformed into temples of Lord Shiva in this way. See the Carla caves near Lonavla. This is the true Buddhist. There a goddess appeared. Her name is Ekvira. She this is the sister of the Pandavas,” Dr. Aglave said in a statement sent to Loksatta.

“Many famous temples in the country, including Pandharpur, formerly Buddha Vihara, Stupa”; Prabodhankar, referring to Dr. Ambedkar. aglave claims

Thousands to go to Pandharpur

Meanwhile, speaking in this regard, the Bhim Army has demanded that the Chief Minister declare Pandharpur as a Buddhist monastery. “Dr. We support the role played by Aglave. Dr. In the book Riddles in Hinduism written by Babasaheb Ambedkar, it is written that the idol of Tirupati Balaji is of Tathagata Gautam Buddha and it is a monastery. There is a statue of Gautama Buddha in the Pandharpur temple and it is also a monastery. So, Uddhav Thackeray, you are the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. We should declare Pandharpur as a vihar temple. We are going to worship Buddha there by thousands,” Ashok Kamble said. “We are not in against anyone’s religion. We don’t do hate politics,” Ashok Kamble said.

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Yavatmal: BJP District Chairman Nitin Bhutada demanded that after studying the measures taken by the University of Telangana, measures for cotton farmers in Yavatmal district be implemented and help be provided through the planning committee from District.

Legend has it that the sage Kadamba discovered cotton in the Kalbam area of ​​the Yavatmal district. The district has record cotton production. Therefore, the Yavatmal district is called a white gold mine. However, due to the continuing calamities, the growing number of farmer suicides in the district has begun to erase the identity of the district. The pink bollworm is plowing the cotton crop. In such a situation, the Guardian Minister should take concrete measures for the district annual fund farmers and preserve the identity of the district, Nitin Bhutada demanded.

Cotton is grown on five lakh hectares in the district. The increased incidence of pink link larvae in this cotton has caused huge losses to farmers over the last four or five years. In such a scenario, the government must strongly support the farmers. The government needs to plan measures. Rs 400 million is planned every year under the district annual planning committee, but it does not even provide rocks for farmers. Bhutada appealed to the Guardian Minister, Sandipan Bhumare, to take immediate action as farmers must be given priority in the district’s annual planning.

To date, cotton farmers have not received a single rupee from the crop insurance scheme. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to this serious matter. Bhutada demanded that the district planning committee, when planning the expenditure of its funds, should give priority to farmers and provide financial assistance for the solution of the pink bond larvae, as well as the provision of mechanical assistance and similar special measures of protection. district planning.

Cotton is included in the crop insurance scheme, but due to the apathy of the authorities, no such report has been submitted to the government. As a result, the farmer is deprived of crop insurance. As a result, farmers’ confidence in the crop insurance scheme is declining, Bhutada said.

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The farmer is in a state of depression as the cotton crop has been severely damaged by the fall armyworm. Many people are injured and many die each year in the district due to wild animals. In addition, wildlife causes extensive damage to crops. Bhutada said that the administration must take immediate action in this regard.

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