Australia needed only a session and a half Monday to complete victory over New Zealand by an innings and 52 runs in the first cricket Test which was built on a double century by Adam Voges and gave it a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series.An Australian win had been all but inevitable when, thanks to Voges’ 239, it scored 562 in its first innings in reply to New Zealand’s 183 for a 379-run lead.New Zealand started the fourth day still 201 runs behind at 178-4, having been stung by the loss of its captain Brendon McCullum in the last over before stumps Sunday, and its innings continued a steady deterioration until it was all out for 327.Henry Nicholls, who made 59 in his Test debut, was the last recognized batsman to display any sort of resistance but his was one of three wickets to fall before lunch when New Zealand was 241-7 and staring at defeat.Mark Craig and Tim Southee then shared a 59-run partnership for the ninth wicket. Southee made 48 from 23 balls with five fours and three sixes but tried once too often to go over the top off Nathan Lyon and was caught on the boundary.Craig, who top-scored in the first innings with 41 not out, was left 33 not out. Lyon took 4-91 and Mitch Marsh 3-73.Australia owed its impregnable position at the end of the first innings to Adam Voges’ 239 and Usman Khawaja’s 140 which provided the basis of their massive total. It was also favored by winning the toss and bowling first on a green pitch.advertisement”We exploited the conditions well on that first morning,” Australian captain Steve Smith said. “We hit good areas and then I think we battled quite hard with the bat.”We were under a little bit of pressure early and I thought the partnership between Khawaja and Voges was spot on and they played out of their skins to get a hundred and two hundred respectively.”Voges scored his second double century in tests and his third century in consecutive test innings to build his batting average in his 14th Test to 97.46. Only Don Bradman who retired with a Test average of 99.94, has a higher average than Voges whose innings at the Basin Reserve followed his 269 not out and 106 not out against the West Indies in December.The West Australian, who made his test debut last year aged 35, now has five test centuries since June. When he was the last man out in Australia’s innings, Voges had scored 614 runs and gone more than 1,100 minutes since his last test dismissal.New Zealand began its second innings just before lunch on Sunday, facing a mountainous 379 run deficit and nearly three more days of play remaining.An 81-run opening partnership between Tom Latham (63) and Martin Guptill (45) – its best against Australia in 23 years – gave New Zealand a solid start but New Zealand’s batsmen couldn’t sustain the long innings necessary to save the game.Kane Williamson was out for 22 and when McCullum fell for 10 to the last ball of the third day the only conceivable outcome was an Australian win.Nicholls battled for 3 hours, 5 minutes for his 59 before he was bowled by Jackson Bird, giving the lanky paceman – playing his first test in almost three years – his first wicket of the match.Southee and Trent Boult (12) resorted to some big hitting at the end but they did little to reduce the magnitude of Australia’s win or the confidence the tourists will take into the second test which starts in Christchurch on Thursday.McCullum, who played his 100th consecutive Test in Wellington and will retire after his 101st in Christchurch, said New Zealand struggled to recover after slumping to 51-5 in the game’s opening session.”I thought the guys fought pretty hard throughout but we were outplayed by a better team and we weren’t able to get back into the match after that first morning,” he said. “I thought the way that Usman and Adam both played on a wicket that still had a little bit in it batted us out of the game.”
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At the recommendation of the United States Agency forInternational Development’s (USAID) Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART),Joint Task Force-Leeward Islands (JTF-LI) successfully completed its mission inthe eastern Caribbean on October 5th. JTF-LI completed the USAID-ledhumanitarian response to hurricanes Irma and Maria in Saint Martin on September28th, and in Dominica on October 5th. The U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) stood up JTF-LI on September 9th after USAID requested the unique capabilities of the U.S. military to provide logistics support, airfield support, and water desalination services. During its successful mission, JTF-LI flew 55 missions in the Caribbean to deliver aid and response staff, delivered more than 155 metric tons of humanitarian cargo, transported nearly 61 metric tons of equipment, including water desalination units and forklifts, and produced 83,020 gallons of potable water. “The support from Joint Task Force-Leeward Islands was crucial to help us reach people in need,” said Tim Callaghan, USAID DART leader. As more roads open and aid reaches communities that were inaccessible in the immediate aftermath of the hurricanes, operations supported by the task force have transitioned to host governments, as well as United Nations and nongovernmental agencies. In Dominica, DART worked with government officials and JTF-LI to deliver the relief items provided by USAID to people in need. This includes delivery of aid and response personnel to the southern town of Grand Bay, which had been isolated due to hurricane-related landslides and bridge damage. “In my 17 years doing this, I’ve never experienced anything like this,” said Callaghan. “The devastation I’ve seen is unprecedented.” Hurricane Maria blew off the roofs of most of the homes on the island. Between September 25th and October 2nd, members of DART, JTF-LI, and local residents cut rolls of heavy-duty plastic sheeting into smaller sheets for distribution to more than 2,500 affected families in need. “I’ve worked with U.S. SOUTHCOM on several disaster responses,” said Callaghan. “This strong relationship, built over more than a decade, allowed the USAID disaster team to overcome logistical challenges and helped to turn this response around.” DART also worked with local residents to conduct trainings on how to properly use the shelter materials to protect their homes. USAID DART and JTF-LI also transported 3,000 feet of replacement water pipes to the town of Grand Bay to help the local water and sewage authority restore services. USAID DART will continue to lead the U.S. humanitarian response efforts in the Caribbean in coordination with international donors, partners, and host governments. The United States, through USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) and the U.S. Department of Defense, has provided more than $14.2 million in humanitarian assistance for the responses to hurricanes Irma and Maria. Flexible and nimble DART activated its regional response on September 7th, comprising 54 people at its height. Its members rode out three back-to-back hurricanes in the Caribbean (Irma, Jose, and Maria) and responded to the devastation caused by two Category 5 storms. The team has remained flexible and nimble, with members remaining on the ground to respond to changing humanitarian needs. Disaster experts with OFDA will remain on the ground in the Caribbean to monitor ongoing USAID relief efforts and assess potential gaps, in close coordination with affected governments and USAID partners. By Diálogo October 12, 2017
All 11 of us have decided to team up and will meet municipal commissioner Mahesh Zagade urging him to involve the legislators in the development activities of the city, said BJP legislator Girish Bapatwho has been elected for the fourth consecutive time to the legislature Zagade said the PMC has been executing the development work proposed by the MLAs and MPs from their respective funds The demand by the MLAs for direct participation and having a say in the PMC budget allocation has not reached me yet We will examine the demand once it comes up and will accordingly take a decision? The civic body will be taken to task for not implementing the development plan as not even 30 per cent has been implemented.said Gautam.the one under Shobha Choksi seems non-functional, None of the GJM leaders was ready to comment on the issue. ? The demand to get the two leaders campaign together in their constituencies or at least visit the area is strong and numerous.
It? He required platelets and blood but it was not supplied by the jail authorities. Dasguptason of a government employeeSisir Kumar Guptaused to work in the Customs department earlier In the 70she quit his job and got involved in publishing books and leaflets to support the Naxalite movement in the state Ever since his parents died a few years backDasgupta was taking care of his sister who is mentally challenged and a younger brother Dasguptas death is a state murder He had been subjected to severetorture in jail It is the responsibility of the government to protect the life of a person in custody?He was murdered by the state.from 14.there has been a rise in fishing in the area, the report states The MSDP includes construction and laying of 35-km-long pipes to dispose of the sewage far out into the seaand construction of artificial lagoons to aerate the waste and increase the oxygen content before discharging it According to tests by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Boardseawater and fish quality has improved particularly in the one-km radius from the shoreline The reportprepared with data compiled from departments of the BMCstate and central governmentsPollution Control Board and National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI)will be released next month Potable or not1380% of potable water samples found unfit for drinking905% contamination in 2007-’08; 1247% in 2008-’09 Key causesIllegal connectionsbursting of water pipes & leaks For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related Newswas the City Centre scheduled to be opened in Sector-32.000 crore, ?shops cannot cover the entire backyard. Also.
The civic body has incurred an estimated annual loss of about Rs 15 crore from the octroi waiver on bajra,after another quarrel, On March 23, he adds.biting,none of whom lived in the village.the names of many poor and elderly villagers were missing.2008,Written by Sharat K Verma | Ludhiana | Published: March 25the parents are also supposed to pitch in and must follow up cases with doctors. Another health concern which is quite common among urban students is of dental caries City-based dental surgeon Dr Vikas Jindalwho holds checkup camps in schoolssaid: Children love to eat sweets and are not particularly fond of brushing their teeth Both parents as well as schools are responsible for poor dental health of students At homethere is often easy access to sweets while at schoolchildren distribute toffees and chocolates to their classmates on birthdays and sometimes schools also give sweets to mark a special occasion After eating sugary itemschildren do not brush their teeth and this results in lowering of PH value and makes saliva acidic in nature leading to dental problems Parents should ensure a proper diet for their children?
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