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crucial that their seamers deliver the goodson the big stage today 1842 hrs IST: NZ XI: Guptill Williamson (c) Munro Taylor Anderson Elliott Santner Ronchi Milne McClenaghan Sodhi ENG XI: Roy Hales Root Morgan (c) Stokes Buttler Moeen Jordan Rashid Willey Plunkett 1840 hrs IST: New Zealand have gone back to their core squad With Guptill and Milne returning to the scheme of things this XI wears a very balanced look 1835 hrs IST: NewZealand havebrought back Martin Guptill and Adam Milne in place ofHenry Nichollas and Nathan McCullum 1831 hrs IST: England have won the toss and elected to bowl against New Zealand 1830 hrs IST: Both captains are out in the middle for the toss 1810 hrs IST: New Zealand openers have been on song in the tournament so far but their middle-order is yet todeliver – wears a very fragile look as of now 1804 hrs IST: It looks like a contest between England batsmen and New Zealand spinners 1800 hrs IST: England beat New Zealand in the ICC World T20 warm-up but Black Caps have been unstoppable since then – winning all their World T20 matches so far FOLLOW THE MATCH IN HINDI HERE BUILD UP: England’s Root cause: Catch Kane & Co if you can New Zealand who are unbeaten so far in the tournament are the favourites on paper against England (Source: AP) New Zealand start favourites against England in the first semifinal as two of this generation’s finest batsmen face each other at Kotla Plenty to learn from Kohli Root: Williamson Kane Williamson would like to replicate Virat Kohli and Joe Root’s good form with the bat in the semi-final against England on Wednesday (Source: PTI) New Zealand captain and topbatsman Kane Williamson feels that one can “learn a lot” bywatching his contemporary Virat Kohli’s stellar performancesin the ongoing ICC World T20 PHOTOS: England New Zealand spentplenty of time at the nets on Tuesday afternoon We’ve shown different sides to each player’s personality: Morgan Eoin Morgan has the experience of winning a World T20 back in 2010 when England beat Australia in the final with Paul Collingwood in charge (Source: Reuters) Asked about the similarity between the victorious 2010 team and the current bunch Morgan observed that it was the ability to remain relaxed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Madhuparna Das | Kolkata | Updated: December 3 2014 1:56 pm Narendra Modi Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to visit Bangladesh in the new year The implementation of the Land Boundary Agreement is therefore getting final touches and is likely to be completed before the expected visit sources in Bangladesh government said Meanwhile West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is scheduled to hold a rally at Nayarhat which is surrounded by four Bangladeshi enclaves (chitmahal) in Cooch Behar district Banerjee is expected to interact with people of the enclaves on December 4 Banerjee and her party were up against the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) and opposed the implementation of the pact The protocol that was signed between the Government of India and the Government of Bangladesh in 2011 could not be ratified in Parliament In September 2013 UPA II regime under Manmohan Singh tried to table the Bill in Rajya Sabha though the bill was torn off by the protesting TMC MPs However on December 1 the standing committee which is led by Congress MP Shashi Tharoor and has TMC MP Sugata Bose recommended that the LBA should be implemented There was a complete turn around as far as the Trinamool Congress opposition was concerned Explaining the reasons behind the TMC’s approval to the Bill Renuka Sinha MP Cooch Behar said that Didi “could feel the pain of the people living in Indian enclaves in Bangladesh which led to the clearance on the agreement” “Our party had some serious issues with the protocol and its clauses If the protocol is ratified our state would lose a huge quantum of land too and there are certain other issues But Didi wants the agreement to be implemented as she can feel the pain of the people living in Indian enclaves in Bangladesh” said Sinha “We can say that the people living in Bangladeshi enclaves in India do not face difficulties everyday but the people living in Indian enclaves go through so many issues everyday Didi has further decided to hold a meeting at Nayarhat on December 4 where she will directly interact with the people of chitmahal” Excited with the news of expected ratification of the Bill enclave dwellers swung into a celebration mood The residents also celebrated the birth anniversary of late Dipak Sengupta a Forward Bloc MLA who first spearheaded the movement for the residents of enclaves Simultaneously they held meetings to discuss how they would interact with the CM as this would be the first interaction between residents of chitmahal and the head of the state Mamata will hold the meeting at Nayarhat that is surrounded by four enclaves including Karola Papola Shib-prasad Poaturkuthi and Mustai “At least 12000 people from chitmahal will join the meeting For last 66 years we have remained stateless and now our children would live a life of dignity” said Saheb Ali a leader of the movement by the enclave dwellers Zokey Ahad deputy High Commissioner of Bangladesh said “We are hopeful that the agreement would be implemented soon Both the countries are active to get it implemented” Modi on Sunday announced that his government would utilise LTA with Bangladesh in a manner that it serves the long-term security interests The protocol was signed between the two countries in 2011 and in last three years the bill could not be ratified As per the provisions of the Bill India will exchange 111 enclaves measuring 171582 acres with Bangladesh and receive 51 enclaves covering 7110 acres While 14215 people reside in the Bangladeshi enclaves in India 37269 people reside in Indian enclaves in Bangladesh Almost 51000 people reside in these 162 enclaves Meanwhile Indo-Bangla Enclave Exchange Coordination committee conducted a survey on how many people from Indian enclaves see Indian citizenship “In March 2013 our survey report revealed that 149 families having 743 heads will seek Indian citizenship while our latest survey in November 2014 says 149 families having 734 people want Indian citizenship So the survey reports remained same” said Diptiman Sengupta secretary Indo-Bangla Enclave Exchange Coordination committee For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: October 16 2014 5:34 pm King of Pop Michael Jackson has been named Forbes magazine’s highest-earning dead celebrity for the second year in a row Related News King of Pop Michael Jackson has been named Forbes magazine’s highest-earning dead celebrity for the second year in a row Publication researchers claim projects linked directly to the ‘Thriller’ hitmaker pulled in USD 140 million over the last 11 months in part due to his second posthumous album release Xscape His ex-wife Lisa Marie Presley’s father Elvis Presley comes in at two on the list with an estimated USD 55 million in earnings and Charles Schulz the man behind the Peanuts cartoons is third Elizabeth Taylor who kept Jackson off the top in 2012 is fourth on the new poll while reggae legend Bob Marley rounds out the top five For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Gopal B Kateshiya | Sasan Gir | Published: May 2 2015 12:55 am Most of the trees in Kali Chhipardi area of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary have shed their leaves (Source: Express Photo by Javed Raja) Related News The bare trees of the dry deciduous Gir jungle will only prove a blessing to spot the big cat as the census begins Saturday At 40 degrees Celsius the jungle is quiet late afternoon but for the dance and song of Indian magpie this being its breeding season and sweet call of the Rofous treepies which are in search of prey Herds of spotted dear are trying in vain to shield themselves from the burning sun as majority of trees have shed their leaves Groups of peacocks and peahens are searching for food in soft soil under dead-looking babul trees Monkeys have hid themselves amid the comparatively dense banyan trees In Kerambha area of Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary (GNPWS) two female sambars are drinking water from an artificial point With the approach of a tourist gypsy the animals try to run away but they are visible for quite a distance Share This Article Related Article River Hiran still has life while other streams have run dry The teak trees — the dominant species in the deciduous Gir forest — the Kher (acacia chundra) and other trees of acacia genus are all bare Grass has whittled away and has been replaced by a mat of fallen leaves Other patches where there are no tree are all dust However sprouts on boughs of Timru (xanthoxylum aramattum) and Karamda (carrisa carandas) indicate that there is some life in the forest Jamun trees are still green but they are few and far between mostly lining banks of major streams flowing through the the jungle Kanbhai Sindhal a maldhari of Gangajalia nes (the local term for a maldhari settlement) or cattle herders colony inside the GNPWS and his wife Gali are on their way back to their hut after loading cakes of buffalo dung on their camel from a water point in Bhandargala area A little farther at a location called Bavalwali Kudi Dahyabhai Kodiyatar a maldhari of Dudhala nes is out grazing his herd of buffaloes and cows “A few days ago some forest guards told us that lion census is going to be conducted very soon and asked me to inform them if I find any lion” Kodiyatar reveals Though the forest is sleepy tourist guides and safari drivers are quite excited about the census “It will be a wonderful experience to know how this census exercise is conducted They had roped in guides for the herbivore census last year I just hope that I am given a chance to be part of the lion census also in some capacity I have seen much forest but never experienced how it feels at night” said 20-year-old tourist guide Roman Shekh Shekh a son of a forest trekker and resident of Sasan Gir abandoned studies after Class XII and started working as a guide two years ago Nagesh Ratadiya a safari driver said it would be an opportunity to see parts of forests usually not accessible to the public “I don’t know much about wildlife but I am interested in it So I am pretty excited about the census hoping I will be selected for some role in it” Ratadiya a history graduate said For Shekh and Ratadiya it will be their first-ever experience of census But enthusiasm is not any less among those who have been part of previous exercises “I have seen much of around 250 square kilometre tourism zone as I have been driving gypsy for the last 12 years But I am still excited about the census as this can give me an opportunity to explore new parts of lion territory It was a unique experience when we finally managed to track down a lioness on the sea cost of Una during 2010 census after two days of efforts I hope I am assigned some new area this time” said Imtyaz Bloch a gypsy driver There are 75 tourist guides and 150 gypsies Forest officers said they would take help of guides and drivers and have already initiated process to requisition 125 safari vehicles It’s around 530 pm and the sun has turned a little mild Hearing warning calls of a spotted deer a guide asks driver to stop the gypsy in Navi Raidi area Soon other vehicles also line up Two trackers are sitting under a bush waiting for the lions to move out from the bed of a small stream Tourists wait for almost half an hour but the jungle king refuses to show up Finally impatience gets to the tourists and they decide to end the safari “At this time of the year trees shed their leaves and therefore visibility increases More importantly lions become localised due to shortage of water and this helps covering almost each and every animal during the census The exercise will be conducted during full-moon night when lion activity remains high” said Sandeep Kumar deputy conservator of forest (DCF) at Sasan wildlife division The DCF is executing census drive For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News

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