* * *Subscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table book* * *Through a handful of phone calls, DeMarcus Cousins received a blueprint on how to overcome the biggest challenge of his nine-year NBA career.Well before he could even begin his rehab, Cousins contacted one of the NBA’s best dunkers (former Atlanta Hawks forward Dominique Wilkins), one of the league’s best scorers (former Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant), a …
The African continent at night, showingdeveloped urban areas.(Image: Nasa) MEDIA CONTACTS • Thabisile KhumaloBrand South Africa project manager+27 11 483 0122The inaugural Brand Africa Forum is a one-day summit of pan-African decision-makers in the fields of media, business, nation branding and civil society. The gathering is hosted by Brand South Africa, and takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on 16 September.According to Brand South Africa, the forum aims to “leverage and extract sustainable learnings from the successful 2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa to shape the image of Africa, and to set an agenda to drive the reputation, image and competitiveness of Africa – for Africa, by Africa.”Speakers include Dambiso Moyo, a former Goldman Sachs economist and author of the New York Times bestseller Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How there is a Better Way for Africa; and Santie Botha, Chief Marketing Officer for the MTN group.Others taking the podium include Gary Alfonso, MD of CNBC Africa, Simon Anholt, author of Brand New Justice, Brand America and Competitive Identity – The New Brand Management for Nations, Cities and Regions, and more.Speaking of Africa’s brand in the global marketplace, Anholt has said: “Brand Africa, with its simple message of ongoing catastrophe, is promoted by aid agencies, international organisations, donor governments and aid celebrities like Bob Geldof and Bono … not as 53 countries in various stages of development and struggle for independent existence and identity, but as a uniform, hopeless basket-case”.It is this image of Africa – which fails to reflect the continent’s economic diversity, and the optimism that goes with rising investment, growth and stability – that the Brand Africa Forum will seek to address, through keynote speeches and discussions.The latter are centred on the three concepts of media, business and economy, and nation branding, and will feature Africans and African diasporans, as well as other global leaders who feel strongly about the continent’s future. The key media address is delivered by Anton Harber, Caxton Professor of Journalism at Wits University, while the business address is given by Moyo and the nation branding address by Anholt.The forum will be broadcast to 41 sub-Saharan countries on CNBC Africa, a DSTV channel that reports on business in Africa from an African perspective.
What’s the difference between a monster truck rally and a Taylor Swift concert?Water. You can’t hold a monster truck rally without thousands of cubic meters of mud, which in turn can mean tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. By the same token, Taylor Swift’s ornate lighting and staging could can cause power consumption to zoom up the charts and unnaturally force a venue into the red zone for peak power charges. (The prevalence of tattoos, however, at both events is probably about even.)The ability to charge accurate “bill backs” to promoters rather than just somewhat arbitrary flat fee are one of the many drivers of the smart stadium, i.e. venues wired with predictive analytics and sensors to fine-tune costs, consumption and even the fan experience. See also: 5 key technologies of a smart cityStadiums can be extremely difficult facilities to manage. Occupancy can zoom from a handful of people to more than 100,000 and back to empty in a few hours. They can snarl traffic, create havoc between regular residents and visitors and consume more power and/or natural gas than any building in the region. No one wants a repeat of the Super Bowl blackout. At the same time they are also monuments to civic pride. IoT can help smooth out those differences and make everyone good neighbors.The Seattle Mariners, for instance, managed to cut water consumption by 10%, or 2 million gallons, over a three year period in part through IoT technology. IoT help the team pinpoint leaks in pipes. (The team also discovered it only costs around $5 in power to open and close its retractable roof.)The San Diego Padres, meanwhile, have installed LED lights, smart sensors and data management systems to better control water and power. A typical game can require 70 megawatt hours of power, 740 therms of natural gas and over 72,000 gallons of water, or about 48 hot tubs. Through IoT, the team expects to cut resources by more than 25% over the next five years. The stadium is a key “citizen” of tomorrow’s citiesBut the benefits go far beyond power. Sound abatement is increasingly one of the biggest problems for venues as stadiums and urbanites continue to flock to the heart of town. IoT gives people an objective way to monitor and better control sound. Better security and safety? IoT in one venue alerted the staff to a small fire caused by a hot dog roller that was accidentally left on after a game. Smart cameras for parking lots and surrounding streets will likely become standard to reduce the crime and vandalism that can sometimes mar public events.Want to find shorter beer lines? Avoid the bathroom with a major flood? Or figure out the best way to get home or to the airport based on anticipated traffic and public transportation options? There will be an app for that. And this is just the beginning. There are an estimated 12,216 stadiums worldwide, according to World Stadiums, and a growing number are located in megacities and emerging markets where water is scarce, power is fragile, and traffic is horrendous. Some stadiums are sparkling new, while others, date back to the 1920s. These venues can become open showcases for what’s possible. Let the games begin. The author is Senior Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Partners at OSIsoft. How IoT Will Play an Important Role in Traffic … Martin Otterson Surveillance at the Heart of Smart Cities Tags:#Internet of Things#IoT#OSISoft#Qualcomm#San Diego Padres#Smart Cities#Taylor Swift How Connected Communities Can Bolster Your Busi… Related Posts For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In…
A report released by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), an NGO, says 22 of the 29 Ministers (76%) in the newly formed Nitish Kumar Cabinet face criminal charges. This is higher than the corresponding figure for his Cabinet during the previous “grand alliance” government with the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), in which 19 of the 29 Ministers (69%) were tainted. The ADR report was based on the affidavits filed by the candidates to the Election Commission.Serious chargesOf the 22 Ministers, nine face serious criminal charges of murder, attempt to murder, dacoity, theft, fraud and atrocities against women. The report further says that 72% of the Ministers are millionaires, while nine had stated their educational qualifications to be between Class 8 and Class 12 pass.Citing this report, the RJD leader and erstwhile Bihar Deputy Chief Minister, Tejashwi Yadav, while addressing presspersons at his residence in Patna, hit out at Mr. Kumar. He wondered if Mr. Kumar’s conscience would now wake up and prod him to act against the tainted Ministers.Mr Kumar had on July 26 broken away from the “grand alliance”, citing corruption allegations against Mr. Yadav. Subsequently, a new alliance of the JD(U) and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance was sworn in.“Where is Mr. Kumar’s conscience? What kind of a conscience is it? Is it a conscience for the [CM’s] chair? Is it a conscience for Modi? What kind of conscience is this that falls asleep or wakes up as per its own convenience?” Mr Yadav said.“Would Mr. Kumar do development with this 76% tainted Cabinet?”Mr. Yadav also hoped that Mr. Kumar would ask the Prime Minister to disclose the names of political leaders that featured in the Panama papers. “PMs of two countries have already resigned due to the Panama leaks. Names of BJP leaders and their sons have come up in the Panama papers. I hope Nitish Kumar would demand of the Prime Minister that he make all these names public,” he said, adding that he would soon start a “Vishwasghat Yatra (‘Betrayal Rally’) from Champaran and covering all the districts of Bihar.
In a road rage case that took the twist of threats to the victim’s life, the Rajasthan High Court has summoned Director-General of Police O.P. Galhotra and Jaipur Police Commissioner Sanjay Agarwal to appear in the court and explain faults in investigation after the registration of the first case. The victim has alleged that the accused persons are close to some influential police officers.Following a complaint of the victim, Sanjay Gupta, who was thrashed by some occupants of a speeding SUV on Jawaharlal Nehru Marg here on December 21, 2017, the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate had returned the chargesheet filed by the police on February 7 with the direction for reinvestigation.Justice Mahendra Maheshwari at the High Court’s Jaipur Bench summoned over the weekend the two top police officers to appear in the court on July 26 on a writ petition moved by Mr. Gupta, 40, who was peeved by shoddy investigation by the police into the case. Mr. Gupta alleged that the officers at the police station concerned had kept him waiting, instead of getting him medically examined, and exerted pressure on him to enter into a compromise with the accused.Victim thrashedMr. Gupta, working with the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation in Jaipur, was beaten by the occupants of the speeding car when he confronted them following the car’s sudden turn that unbalanced his two-wheeler. His spectacles broke and he bled from nose during the thrashing.The victim later came to know that the car’s occupants were well-connected with the police. “Satya Dutt, who is named in the FIR, is related to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Jaipur North) Satyendra Singh, who influenced other police officers,” Mr. Gupta alleged in his writ petition.Revised chargesheetWith the “extraneous considerations” hampering a free and fair investigation, the police filed a chargesheet against only one accused, Satish Kumar, without getting him identified by Mr. Gupta. After the CMM found the probe incomplete and returned the chargesheet, the revised chargesheet has been filed in the court following registration of a fresh case and seizure of the vehicle in question.The High Court has asked the two police officers to inform the court of the disciplinary or penal action taken against the first Investigating Officer for his lapse or negligence.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, center, shoots as Los Angeles Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma (0) defends during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Monday, March 5, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)LOS ANGELES — Damian Lillard scored 19 of his 39 points in the fourth quarter and the Portland Trail Blazers won their 15th consecutive game over the Los Angeles Lakers, 108-103 on Monday night.Lillard scored 15 in a row for the Trail Blazers down the stretch, giving them a 104-103 with 1:08 remaining by knowing down 1 of 2 free throws.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon ‘Tisoy’ threatens Games View comments Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university PLAY LIST 01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City Families in US enclave in north Mexico hold sad Thanksgiving LATEST STORIES The Lakers led 80-73 after the third quarter, with Randle scoring nine points and Caldwell-Pope adding seven. Caldwell-Pope knocked down back-to-back 3-pointers to put Los Angeles up by 12, the Lakers’ largest lead of the game. Delivering on the defensive end, the Lakers held Lillard and McCollum to a combined six points on 2-of-13 shooting. Portland was 5 of 23 from the field, shooting 21.7 percent in the quarter.The Trail Blazers opened up an 11-point lead in the first quarter after Ball was called for two personal fouls in the first 5:56. The short-handed Lakers responded by cutting the advantage down to three going into the second, where the trading of runs became more pronounced.McCollum had seven straight to start the quarter, helping Portland to a 17-8 scoring edge over the first 4:28 and opening up a 46-32 lead, only to see the Lakers answer with an 8-0 run that included consecutive 3s by Kuzma and Ball. The Trail Blazers were up 58-55 at the break, with McCollum scoring 14 of his 17 first-half points in the second quarter.TIP-INSTrail Blazers: Lillard was 12 of 25 for the game, including 6 of 11 from 3.ADVERTISEMENT Pussycat Dolls set for reunion tour after 10-year hiatus CJ McCollum had 22 points, and Jusuf Nurkic added 16 points and 16 rebounds.Julius Randle had 21 points and nine rebounds for the Lakers, who had their five-game winning streak ended. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope had 16 points, and Lonzo Ball had 10 points, two rebounds and two assists.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutLillard was 5 of 7 from the floor and 4 of 5 from 3-point range in the fourth quarter.Isaiah Thomas had a chance to tie it in the closing seconds but was stripped by Shabazz Napier, who then made two free throws. Thomas finished with 19 points. LOOK: Iya Villania meets ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ cast in Mexico Roger Federer dazzles in first career Bay Area appearance Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC MOST READ John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Google honors food scientist, banana ketchup inventor and war hero Maria Orosa Read Next Lakers: Six Lakers finished in double figures, including 14 points for Brook Lopez and 11 for Kyle Kuzma.UP NEXTTrail Blazers: Host the New York Knicks on Tuesday.Lakers: Host the Orlando Magic on Wednesday.
Hello and welcome to the LIVE COVERAGE of Match 25 of the Indian Premier League between the Mumbai Indians versus the Delhi Daredevils in Mumbai. (POINTS TABLE | SCORECARD)DELHI INNINGS:23.49 IST: MUMBAI WIN BY 14 RUNS! A low full toss outside off, Cummins reaches out for it and hits it to deep point for a single. Smiles all around in the Mumbai camp and the players are looking really happy. What an effort from them! 9, 0, 5, 6, 0, 0, no that’s not a pin code. These are the figures of the top six Delhi batsmen. This pretty much sums up where they lost the match. It was always looking a tough task after the start they got but Chris Morris and Kagiso Rabada stuck together, stitched a 91-run stand to take their side really close. However, some outstanding death bowling from Jasprit Bumrah sealed the deal for Mumbai. He allowed only 9 runs in his last two overs (17th and 19th of the match) to ensure that Hardik Pandya has a cushion of 25 runs to defend in the final over.So, it’s down to the final over!Bumrah bowls a gorgeous over. DD need 2?5? off 6? balls.#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201723.38 IST: WICKET! Boom, boom, Bumrah! Dishes out a terrific yorker, slower in pace and around leg, Rabada once again is early into the shot, swings his bat and misses. The stumps are disturbed and a 91-run partnership has been broken. 28 needed off 8 balls.23.34 IST: SIX! Boom, out of here! McClenaghan is on the shorter side outside off, slower in pace, Morris sits back and launches it over mid-wicket for a maximum. 12 from the over, 30 needed off 12 balls.advertisementMatch 25. 17.3: M McClenaghan to C Morris, 4 runs, 107/6 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 2017100 up and this is not over yet. #DDTweets #MIvDD #DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) 22 April 201723.26 IST: Jasprit Bumrah is back on. 46 needed off 24 balls.NO MAN’S LAND! That’s what the ball falls into after Mitch M gets Morris to top edge a bouncer.#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201723.20 IST: FOUR! A shortish ball on off, Morris camps back and punches it sweetly through extra cover. An outstanding effort in the deep by Pollard as he runs across to his left from long off, puts in a full length dive and pulls it back. The umpire though wants to check upstairs. The replays show that while picking up the ball Kieron’s back leg was in touch with the rope. All the hard work goes in vain.Krunal Pandya has been called on to bowl. He could be the partnership-breaker, the one with the golden arm. ??#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201723.10 IST: Time Out has been taken. This partnership is flowering and Mumbai need to break it to end the match.23.06 IST: FOUR! No stopping this one! Back of a length delivery outside off, Morris camps back and smacks it through backward point for a boundary. 50-run stand comes up between Kagiso Rabada and Morris.OUCH! Morris hits one straight at Rabada! #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201723.03 IST: NOT OUT! Tossed up ball outside off, Rabada tries to reverse sweep but misses. Patel takes the bails off, appeals mutely but nothing from the square leg umpire.Another boundary from #Rabada.#DDTweets#MIvDD#DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) 22 April 2017″I like to see guys throwing themselves around, whether he’s young or old.”Fielding coach, @JontyRhodes8#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201722.56 IST: SIX! Up and over long off! Harbhajan gives this one extra flight, loopy and on off, Rabada gets forward with a big stride and lofts it over long off. Looked like a mishit but it keeps going and clears Pollard standing at the edge of the rope. Delhi Daredevils 55/6 (9.4 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/8Match 25. 9.1: H Singh to C Morris, 4 runs, 48/6 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 201722.52 IST: Time Out has been taken. Chris Morris seems to be struggling with his left knee and is getting it rapped. Delhi Daredevils 44/6 (9 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/8#DaDaRabada!Smacked that for a four.#DDTweets#MIvDD#DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) 22 April 2017Brilliant effort by @ImRo45. That was a tough chance at slip. We can smell #Bhajji’s 200th T20 wicket.#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201722.39 IST: WICKET! Another one bites the dust. Karun Nair drags one onto his stumps. Drags it on! Last recognized Delhi batsman is on his bike to the pavilion. Pandya serves a shortish delivery outside off, Nair tries to play away from his body but gets a thick inside edge onto the stumps. A big roar from the Mumbai crowd, they are loving it. Delhi in tatters. Delhi Daredevils 24/6 (6.3 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/8advertisementThere’s unity, optimism and plenty of confidence in our boys. Let’s get this done! ???#CricketMeriJaan #MIvDD #MI pic.twitter.com/V8FrdAycN4- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201722.33 IST: WICKET! Another one bites the dust, back-to-back ducks for Rishabh Pant! Credit to Rohit Sharma for having a slip fielder in place. Lovely delivery by Bumrah, hurls across a back of a length delivery outside off, Rishabh with zero footwork has a tame push inside the line and gets a big outside edge to first slip. Harbhajan Singh takes the catch easily and Mumbai continue to dominate this game. Delhi Daredevils 21/5 (5.3 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/822.25 IST: WICKET! Corey Anderson is adjudged lbw! It’s going from bad to worse for the visiting team. The Mumbai crowd has gone bonkers. Excellent piece of bowling by the Kiwi. He gets a length ball to nip back into the batsman from around off, Anderson fails to defend from the crease and is pinged on the back pad. They appeal and the finger goes up for the second time in this over. Mumbai are all over Delhi like a rash. Delhi Daredevils 21/4 (4 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/822.21 IST: WICKET! A soft dismissal for Shreyas Iyer! McClenaghan bangs in a short delivery down the leg side, Iyer tries to work it on the leg side but gloves it behind. Parthiv Patel catches the ball, they all appeal vociferously and the finger has gone up as well. A perfect start for the home team and Delhi are staring down the barrel very early in the run chase. Delhi Daredevils 20/3 (3.3 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/8Match 25. 1.5: M McClenaghan to S Iyer, 4 runs, 14/2 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 201722.10 IST: WICKET! Sanju Samson gone. Mumbai are delighted and the crowd is making a lot of noise. McClenaghan sends across a good length ball around off, probably stopping a bit onto the batsman, Samson is early into the shot and pushes it aerially to mid off. Rohit makes no mistake and Samson has to walk back. A delightful start for the home team. Delhi Daredevils 10/2 (1.2 overs) vs Mumbai Indians 142/822.08 IST: FOUR! Sanju again sends it to the boundary ropes. 22.07 IST: FOUR! Sanju Samson creams it through the covers. 22.04 IST: OUT! Tare has to walk as Hardik Pandya runs him out.22.03 IST: Mitchell Johnson with the new ball for Mumbai. .@MitchJohnson398 will bowl the first over! Take us down memory lane, Mitch.#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201721.51 IST: Will Mumbai be able to defend the total of 142?We don’t have a huge total tonight, but we have a great bowling attack. Let’s defend it!#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI pic.twitter.com/7Tzlh6fSf9- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 2017 MUMBAI INNINGS:21.49 IST: Mumbai finish on 142/8. Outstanding bowling effort by Delhi to restrict the famed and in-form Mumbai batting line-up!21.47 IST: FOUR! Edged! On a length and around leg, Johnson looks to heave it away but inside edges past the keeper for a boundary. His first ball of the tournament goes for a boundary!advertisement21.45 IST: WICKET! Hardik Pandya run out for 24. Brilliant umpiring! Morris bowls yet another yorker on the sticks, Hardik flicks it through mid-wicket. He urges Mitchell McClenagahan to come back for the second. But Karun Nair runs ahead in the deep and hurls a throw at the striker’s end. Pant does the rest. The umpire doesn’t need the third umpire this time around and raises the dreaded finger. One run taken but Hardik has to depart. Mumbai Indians 135/8 (19.3 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils21.41 IST: WICKET! Another one bites the dust. Some footie practice comes helps Kagiso Rabada here. He bowls a yorker, Hardik jams it out near the pitch only. Harbhajan starts running and Pandya responds. Seeing that the South African batsman rushes towards the bowler and kicks it onto the stumps at the striker’s end. He starts celebrating straightaway with Pant but the umpire decides to take it upstairs. Replays show that Harbhajan failed to make his ground. Mumbai lose one more wicket but importantly Hardik is on the strike for the last over. Mumbai Indians 132/7 (19 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils#IPL Some Football skills by @KagisoRabada25 #MIvDD pic.twitter.com/d4IVHLN6WK- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 22, 201721.32 IST: WICKET! Pollard fails to up the ante. Cummins bowls a cutter and keeps it on a length, Pollard clears his front leg and looks to clear the long on fence. But he doesn’t connect it all. The ball goes high up in the air and Sanju Samson runs in from that position and takes a good catch. A big wicket for Delhi. Mumbai Indians 120/6 (17.1 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils21.27 IST: SIX! Tremendous shot! Morris bowls it full and on the sticks, Hardik Pandya gets under the ball and flicks it powerfully over the mid-wicket fence for half a dozen.Match 25. 15.1: P Cummins to K Pollard, 4 runs, 106/5 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 201721.20 IST: FOUR! Clobbered! Loopy leg break around off, Pollard just smashes it past the bowler for a boundary. No long off in the world can stop these hits from the big man.#MIcam – Our fortress is rocking! Paltan ???????????????#CricketMeriJaan pic.twitter.com/kB3s1MsS1L- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 2017Match 25. 13.6: Z Khan to K Pollard, 4 runs, 94/5 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 201721.12 IST: FOUR! Zaheer follows the batsman down the leg side with a short ball, Pollard still attempts to pull it over the leg side but it catches the top edge and flies over the keeper for a boundary.21.09 IST: WICKET! Amit Mishra strikes again and this time he removes Krunal Pandya. Mumbai have lost half their side and the fans are in disbelief. Mishra breaks the partnership. Mishra serves a googly outside off, Krunal Pandya looks to run it down but only manages a faint edge. Pant catches it brilliantly well and starts appealing immediately. The leggie joins him too. And after a brief thought, the umpire raises the dreaded finger. Krunal has to depart. Mumbai Indians 84/5 (12.4 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils8?2?/4? in 12 overs!That was a fruitful over for us, 2 runs off it. #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201721.02 IST: FOUR! Beautiful and much needed! Length delivery, outside off, Krunal Pandya creams it through covers for a boundary.7?4?/4? in 11 overs!Patience is what Krunal and Kieron are going by at the moment.#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201720.54 IST: Huge appeal for caught behind, turned down! Good length delivery, outside off, Krunal walks across to steer it down to third man but misses. There was a noise as the ball went past the pad and replays show that the white object had stayed low and brushed the pads on its way to the keeper.20.46 IST: Time Out taken. Great start for Delhi as they have managed to remove four top batsmen from the opposite team. Mumbai are under the pump and need partnerships. Delhi would look to build more pressure in the middle overs.20.46 IST: WICKET! Rohit Sharma’s poor run continues. Mumbai are falling apart. The one time they batted first in this season, they ended up on the losing side. Is the story going to repeat? Anyways Rohit’s struggle against spin continues. Mishra tosses this up around off, Rohit Sharma kneels and sweeps it. However, he fails to find the gap between deep square leg and deep mid-wicket. Pat Cummins goes to his left in the deep and reverse cups the opportunity. A huge, huge blow for Mumbai to lose their captain so early. Delhi is all smiles and why not they have dismissed four Mumbai batsmen for just 60. Mumbai Indians 60/4 (8.1 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils20.39 IST: WICKET! Pat removes the in-form Nitish Rana and Mumbai are in a bit of a bother here. Cummins bowls it short and around off, Rana goes back and pulls it hard. He was unaware of the fact that this was a set up and he fell for it. Corey Anderson at deep mid-wicket pouches it easily. Delhi are on top at the Wankhede. Mumbai Indians 56/3 (7.2 overs) vs Delhi Daredevils20.36 IST: FOUR! Reverse swept! Bowls this outside off, Rana gets into the position early and reverse sweeps it through the vacant point region for a boundary.That’s the end of the powerplay and we’re on track now, #MI 48/2. #DDTweets #MIvDD #DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) 22 April 201720.29 IST: WICKET! Crazy running, says Danny Morrison on air. Morris bowls a length ball around off, Rana defends it towards the off side and sets off instantly. Sanju Samson storms ahead from cover-point, gathers the ball and hurls a throw at the striker’s end and connects. Buttler is not even in the picture and has to depart. Rana is upset with himself to call the Englishman for a run. Buttler goes in a disappointing manner. Outstanding work by Samson too. Mumbai Indians 47/2 (5.1 overs) vs Delhi DaredevilsMatch 25. 4.6: Z Khan to J Buttler, 4 runs, 47/1 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 201720.24 IST: FOUR! Poor ball. Bowls it on a length and around leg, Buttler just tickles it fine for a boundary.Mr. Consistent, Mr. In-form, the stylish southpaw – call him what you want. ???Nitish Rana is in! #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201720.23 IST: WICKET! Sound of timber! Top class bowling by Rabada. He dishes out a lethal yorker, 145 kph and right at the base of the leg stump, Parthiv shimmies back and tries to dig it out but is beaten for sheer pace. His bat comes down quite late and he loses his stumps. Rabada lets out a big scream in celebration. What a sight for the bowler! Delhi finally have a wicket. Mumbai Indians 37/1 (4 overs) vs Delhi DaredevilsMatch 25. 3.2: K Rabada to J Buttler, 6 runs, 35/0 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 2017Parthiv and Buttler’s running has been spot on. Good quick single!#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) 22 April 201720.13 IST: FOUR! Welcome Zaheer, says Parthiv Patel. Full delivery, on the pads, Parthiv Patel flicks it through mid-wicket for a boundary. He makes these shots look so easy.20.12 IST: DROPPED! Oh, Rishabh Pant what have you done? Full delivery, on the stumps, Jos gets across to scoop it but doesn’t connect it well at all. The ball goes to Pant, the keeper, at a good height. He fails to catch the ball. But to be honest he should’ve given that he also had the gloves. How costly will this be? Buttler was in sublime form in the previous match.20.10 IST: FOUR! Lucky runs these for Mumbai! On a length and outside off, Jos Buttler comes down the ground looking to go over covers but edges it over third man for a one bounce boundary. Morris won’t pleased with these runs.Match 25. 1.4: C Morris to J Buttler, 6 runs, 16/0 https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) 22 April 2017Good start for @KagisoRabada25 in #IPL.C’mon Dilli! #MIvDD #DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) 22 April 201720.00 IST: Rabada with the new ball, Parthiv to face. 19.55 IST: Records to be made tonight, If Mumbai Indians win, they will equal their longest ever winning streak of six matches.Mumbai captain, Rohit Sharma is 77 runs away from 4,000 IPL runs.Delhi captain, Zaheer Khan is just one wicket away from 100 IPL wickets. Smile for the cameras, boys! The two captains – Zaheer Khan and a different looking #RohitSharma – ahead of #MIvDD!#CricketMeriJaan #MI pic.twitter.com/lQTAZz368U- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.50 IST: Will it be worth the wait?It’s been a while, Mitch! 1?4?2?7? days to be precise since Johnson last played for #MI. Happy to see him again?#CricketMeriJaan #MIvDD pic.twitter.com/ZG9XeedEyg- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.48 IST: Delhi have decided to tinker with the side. Delhi Daredevils: Aditya Tare, Sanju Samson, Shreyas Iyer, Karun Nair, Rishabh Pant(w), Corey Anderson, Chris Morris, Pat Cummins, Amit Mishra, Kagiso Rabada, Zaheer Khan(c)DD XI: S Iyer, S Samson, K Nair, R Pant, C Morris, A Tare, C Anderson, P Cummins, K Rabada, A Mishra, Z Khan https://t.co/44ytV75SJS #MIvDD- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 22, 201719.47 IST: Mumbai Indians have just one change in their playing XI. Mumbai Indians: Parthiv Patel(w), Jos Buttler, Nitish Rana, Hardik Pandya, Rohit Sharma(c), Kieron Pollard, Krunal Pandya, Mitchell Johnson, Harbhajan Singh, Mitchell McClenaghan, Jasprit BumrahJust the 1? change in our playing XI tonight! Did you get it right?#MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI pic.twitter.com/LLpMDYfRrI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.44 IST: Zaheer Khan at the toss, “We are going to bowl first. Mumbai being hometown for me, the heart is always with Mumbai. Will look to put up a nice show and hope everybody have a good time. Sleep on time, eat on time and exercise regularly. It’s a good challenge. We have three changes: Jayant is out. Angelo is out and Sam is also out. We have a full pace battery playing today. KG (Rabada) is debuting. Tare and Anderson are playing.”19.42 IST: Rohit Sharma at the toss,”Malinga is under the weather, he’s not feeling well. We have left him out. Mitchell Johnson comes in for him. We have been playing well for the last couple of weeks. We have not batted first, so it is a challenge for us. Not really. It looks the same track like the one in 2016. Seems a bit dry and there will be some bounce for the fast bowlers. You got to use it to your advantage and we have to put up a good show. We have played enough cricket here to understand what the surface does.”19.39 IST: Kagiso Rabada makes in IPL debut.19.37 IST: Mitchell Johnson returns in place of Malinga.#Malinga is unwell tonight and @MitchJohnson398 will play his first game for us this season. #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.35 IST: Delhi win the toss, will bowl first. “We haven’t batted first here and it gives us a challenge.”@ImRo45 is up for it! #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan #MI- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 2017TOSS:The coin doesn’t land our way this time around. We have been put in to bat. #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.22 IST: Dhoni show is on in Pune.#MSDhoni gets to his half century and takes RPS closer to victory. #RPSvSRH #CricketMeriJaan- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.12 IST: Meanwhile in Pune. RPS need 47 off 18 balls.#MSDhoni is trying to finish off a tense game for RPS! Will SRH allow him to do so? #RPSvSRH #CricketMeriJaan- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201719.00 IST: DELHI vs MUMBAI, the debate is endless. The Paltan will be vociferous ?? again at our fortress! ?? Watch what they have to say ahead of tonight’s game! #MIvDD #CricketMeriJaan pic.twitter.com/XrarchsHIj- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201718.55 IST: Rohit Sharma has the scored 655 runs against Delhi, the highest in the Indian Premier League.There’s something about Delhi Daredevils that brings out the best in #RohitSharma! How many runs will he score tonight?#CricketMeriJaan #MI pic.twitter.com/vAuf8D4Rt6- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 201718.52 IST: Jos Buttler scored 77 in his last match, will he be able to replicate the feat tonight?#JosTheBoss! A lesson in chasing down the big scores, courtesy @josbuttler.#CricketMeriJaan #MI pic.twitter.com/Yg4Z2d8E7d- Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) April 22, 2017BRIEF PREVIEW:In-form Mumbai Indians will look to exploiting their home conditions when they take on Delhi Daredevils in an Indian Premier League (IPL) at the Wankhede Stadium here on Saturday.Sitting at the top with five wins in six matches, Mumbai will look for their sixth consecutive win in the ongoing edition as the home side seems superior to the visiting side on current form and paper.The Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai had a nagging concern about the non-performance of their top-order — but it also clicked in the last match against Punjab.Mumbai’s middle-order batsmen, especially Nitish Rana, Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya, have been in prime form.The bowling department seemed balanced as Mumbai have a bunch of experienced bowlers in their line-up.Veteran pacer Harbhajan Singh has been fantastic in the first six overs, while Lasith Malinga and Jasprit Bumrah have been consistent in the death overs. Mitchell McClenaghan has also provided the breakthroughs at the crucial moments.On the other hand, Delhi, who are currently at the fourth spot with two wins and three losses, lost their last match against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) despite a good performance.Packed with young batsmen like Sam Billings, Sanju Samson, Karun Nair and Shreyas Iyer, the Zaheer Khan-led Delhi’s strength lies in their array of talented seam-bowling all-rounders.Bowlers like Chris Morris, Corey Anderson, Angelo Mathews and Pat Cummins provide the depth and balance to the side. But the exciting team sometimes faces an absence of a pivot around which the team will bat.So, in the clash, Delhi will be eyeing a win this time to regain their winning momentum.
Advertisement Executive producers Akiva Goldsman, from left, Heather Kadin, Gretchen Berg, Aaron Harberts and Alex Kurtzman and actors James Frain, Sonequa Martin-Green, Mary Chieffo and Jason Isaacs participate in the “Star: Trek Discovery” panel during the CBS Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at CBS Studio Center on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) “Star Trek: Discovery” also stars Jason Isaacs, Michelle Yeoh and Shazad Latif. Executive producer Alex Kurtzman told the Television Critics Association Tuesday that they “spent a lot of time” discussing how to create this new world for TV that felt authentic to the “Star Trek” universe. Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment LOS ANGELES — The premiere of “Star Trek: Discovery” on CBS’ subscription streaming service, CBS All Access, was postponed nine months to maintain the quality of the brand. “We are telling a story that we believe in. Everyone is so passionate. The craftsmanship here in our entire company, behind the camera and in front of the camera, is nothing short of stellar,” said Green. Kurtzman also debuted the theme song for “Star Trek: Discovery” performed by a 60-piece orchestra. It plays homage to the original theme and the entire song will play under a credit sequence in each episode. “Star Trek: Discovery” stars Sonequa Martin-Green of “The Walking Dead,” as central character, First Officer Michael Burnham. She’s the foster daughter of the Vulcan Sarek, who is Spock’s father. Also during that time, executive producer Bryan Fuller decided to exit the series as showrunner to focus on other projects. The timeline for the series is 10 years prior to the original series, or TOS, as Trekkies say. Kurtzman said “it became clearer and clearer” that the targeted January debut would “compromise the quality of the show,” so it was pushed with the blessing of CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves. The series premiere will broadcast on CBS Sept. 24. Immediately following, the first and second episodes will stream on CBS All Access. New episodes going forward will be available on Sundays. Executive producer Akiva Goldsman said, “We are going to cross paths with components that ‘Trek’ fans are familiar with, but it is its own standalone story with its own characters and its own unique vision of ‘Trek.’” Login/Register With: Facebook Twitter