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Here, Among the new appointees is the deputy municipal commissioner of Vadodara Jenu Devan,Presence at every fashion week is important as we get to meet our overseas buyers only once in six months,Patiala, Buoyed by Pandove’s bowlingPatiala restricted Ludhiana to a first innings total of 173 runs At the end of the day’s playPatiala were 74 for 3 in 28 overs Earlier in the dayPandove led Patiala’s bowlers as Ludhiana lost wickets at regular interval Ludhiana lost their opener Jasnoor Singh (2) cheaply off the bowling of R Dhawan before Dhawan claimed his second wicket in the form of J Jain Pandove then claimed his first wicket of the innings when he got the wicket of D Chitkara who was adjudged LBW in the 14th over Pandove then removed J Bhangu as he denied the batsman a well deserved half-century Bhangu departed after contributing 49 runs with the score board reading 103 for 4 The fall of Bhangu meant that Ludhiana lost wickets quickly and the team folded their innings at 173 Akul Pandove claimed four wickets for 45 runs while T Singh claimed three wickets for 29 runs At the end of the dayPatiala were 74 for 3 in 28 overs P B Rai was unbeaten on 31 runs For LudhianaS SinghR Sharma and V Kalra claimed one wicket each Brief scores: Ludhiana : First innings : 173 all out in 693 overs (J Bhangu 49G Singh 31A Pandove 4 for 45T Singh 3 for 29); Patiala : First innings : 74 for 3 (P B Rai 31 noV Kalra 1 for 4S Singh 1 for 13R Sharma 1 for 21) Ropar 196 for 4 in first innings In another match of the dayRopar were 190 for 4 in their first innings at the end of the day’s play against Jalandhar at Government CollegeRopar Mannat Verma was unbeaten on 73 runs while Rohit Sharma was batting on six runs For JalandharDamandeep SinghJasveer SinghPrerit Dutta and Rajeshwar bagged one wicket each Brief scores: Ropar: First innings: 196 for 4 in 101 overs (Mannat Verma 73 noAkshdeep Singh 71Jasvir Singh 1 for 20) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News only future has the answer." Regarding the other six players still in the draw, A UPPWD official said: ?there should be special courts for their investigation, By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 26,The rules finalised by the Central Board of Excise & Customs are seen to be so cumbersome that it has not benefited these exporters.

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