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Indian Premier League Harbhajan Singh finally reveals what Shane Watson was going through in IPL Final

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first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. The emotions that all the #yellove hearts are going through makes us #believe in one thing! Watto’s knee cap is our cup! 🏆🦁💛 #WhistlePodu4Ever @ShaneRWatson33 #WhistlePodu— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) May 14, 2019 “Can you guys see the blood on his knee. He got 6 stitches after the game. Got injured while diving but continue to bat without telling anyone,” wrote the Indian off-spinner on his Instagram page. Watson was run out in the last over after scoring 80 runs but it proved insufficient in the end.Later, the same picture was released by CSK on its official Twitter handle, prompting fans to appreciate the dedication of the Australian all-rounder. A lot of CSK fans said they want Watson to come back as opener next season. After 9 hours, they again took to the Twitter and gave CSK fans a beautiful message: “The emotions that all the #yellove hearts are going through makes us #believe in one thing! Watto’s knee cap is our cup! #WhistlePodu4Ever @ShaneRWatson33 #WhistlePodu”Here’s the Harbhajan Singh’s Instagram Post: Here’s Chennai Super Kings Twitter Post:WHAT DEDICATION?! THIS IS GOD LEVEL! You are one of a kind, champ! #WattoMan #KNEEngaVeraLevel #WhistlePodu4Ever #Yellove #WhistlePodu 🦁💛 pic.twitter.com/0e6SycCSAucenter_img New Delhi: A dedication personified Shane Watson batted through a bleeding knee in the IPL final against Mumbai Indians, an act which earned him effusive praise from the fans. While his blood-stained lower was missed by the TV crew, his IPL teammate Harbhajan Singh revealed that the Australian required six stitches after the game, which Chennai Super Kings side lost by just one run. Harbhajan posted a Watson picture on his Instagram page, revealing the blood stains on his left knee as he struck one hard. “Can you guys see the blood on his knee. He got 6 stitches after the game.last_img read more

VIDEO: Bolt claims sprint double over Gatlin with sensational 200m triumph

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first_imgA sensational run from Usain Bolt saw him crush rival Justin Gatlin over 200 metres in 19.55 seconds and chalk up another sprint double at the IAAF World Championships.Both men flew out of the blocks but Bolt pulled away in the home straight, affording himself a smile and bumping his chest with his fists as he eased up crossing the line. Gatlin took silver in 19.74s, with South Africa’s Anaso Jobodwana snatching bronze with a new national record of 19.87s.Alonso Edward was the unfortunate athlete nudged off the podium, while Great Britain’s Zharnel Hughes ran a new lifetime best of 20.02s to take fifth.On Saturday, Bolt pipped Gatlin to victory over 100m – a result that could have been different had Gatlin’s technique not crumbled in the closing stages – but there was no doubt about the fastest man over 200m.It is the Jamaican’s third sprint double at World Championships, adding to his 100m-200m hauls in 2009 (Berlin) and 2013 (Moscow). Bolt also won the 200m in 2011 (Daegu), but was disqualified in the 100m final for a false start.  –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

$600M in supplemental funds for GuySuCo D&I passed in Parliament

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first_img…as Govt lambasted for pre-emptive closure of sugar factoriesGovernment used its one seat majority to approve in the National Assembly a financial supplemental paper that would provide it with $2.5 billion in capital and current supplemental finances, but those efforts were staunchly examined by the Parliamentary Opposition.Opposition Parliamentarian Dharamkumar SeerajAt the sitting, Agriculture Minister Noel Holder was first in the line of fire. Asked to explain the $600 million being sought under line item one of the paper, Holder blamed the need for the money on the non-performing Guyana Sugar Corporation and the need to maintain drainage and irrigation at the estates. This, he noted, includes residential drainage.Opposition Parliamentarian Dharamkumar Seeraj lambasted the Government for closing the estates without undertaking adequate studies that would have ascertained the cost that would come with closing the estates. According to this Member of Parliament, Government is only now coming to terms with the costs of its decision.Agriculture Minister Noel Holder“We are only in the fifth month and already this Ministry (wants more money),” Seeraj said. “This indicates that this Ministry is unsure about what it’s doing. I would ask the Minister of Agriculture to explain how it intends spend this money.”Holder explained that the NDIA would be responsible for 26 additional drainage pump stations with 55 pumps; three additional pump stations with eight pumps; and the maintenance of 4,560 additional miles of drainage and irrigation canals, 1000 miles of access dams, and 760 bridges, among other things.A memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between the two entities will see the NDIA contracting GuySuCo to maintain middle-walks and canals, and rebuilding access dams, among other things. The NDIA would supervise the works, while GuySuCo would provide the manpower for the work.Additionally, GuySuCo would provide a coordinating officer at each estate to inspect and verify the work.According to the supplemental paper, the money is being sought “to offset increased expenditure for National Drainage and Irrigation Authority arising from the transfer of drainage and irrigation responsibilities previously undertaken by GuySuCo.”While Holder was able to provide basic information on expenditure at the various estates since the beginning of the year, he ultimately had to commit to laying over certain documents in a week’s time.On that note, the sums were approved as part of the overall sums that ultimately were approved.The National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICL) has officially taken over the divested sugar estates.Some $30 billion had been sought by the state, with NICIL outlining earlier this year that the funding is expected to cover a four-year period to provide capital and support infrastructure maintenance and upgrades at Albion, Blairmont and Uitvlugt estates.The Special Purpose Unit (SPU) established under NICIL to oversee the divestment of the sugar corporation’s assets had selected London-based PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to value GuySuCo’s assets, so that they could be sold to private investors.Government had, through State Minister Harmon, announced it would be keeping the divested estates running, since it would make more economic sense for investors wanting to buy the estates to see them functioning. Monies would therefore have to be allocated to keep the estates running.last_img read more