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For once, Dhoni has valid excuses for the debacle

For once, Dhoni has valid excuses for the debacle

The series against England may be another lost cause, but not exactly a failure from Team India's point of view, says Bikash Mohapatra/ In December 2012 Mahendra Singh Dhoni was on the cusp of attaching a rather unwanted statistic in his otherwise impressive resume. Team India had squandered an early lead against England -- following a comprehensive victory in the opening Test in Motera, the hosts had lost the next two in Mumbai and Kolkata -- and were staring at a series defeat at ..., 2 weeks ago
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OHRC Directs Probe into Children Engaged in Autopsy Work

BHUBANESWAR: Pressure has begun to build up on the Government over alleged utilisation of destitute children residing at railway stations in not only carrying bodies retrieved from tracks to post-mortem facilities but also in dissecting the corpses ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Odisha: 2 homeless kids forced to carry corpses rescued  Mid Day5 days ago Children forced to carry corpses in Odisha, rescued  ProKerala.com5 days ago Children forced to carry corpses, panel orders probe  24 World News2 days ago

Teens in Odisha Forced to Collect Corpses from Train Tracks

Bhubaneshwar : For three years, a pair of homeless teens, were allegedly forced to lift dead bodies from the railway tracks in Cuttack by the local Railway Police. They have been rescued today by volunteers with a local non-profit organisation. The ...
 NDTV5 days ago Odisha Teens Forced to Collect Corpses From Train Tracks  NDTV5 days ago Juveniles Forced to Remove Bodies from Train Tracks  New Indian Express1 month ago

Destitute children made to dissect dispose of decomposed bodies in Odisha

Life has not been kind to 17-year-old John (name changed), but he never thought he would one day be forced to carry decomposed bodies lying on railway tracks to post-mortem chambers. Not only does the teen carry the bodies, he also cuts them, ...
 Hindustan Times5 days ago Destitute children made to dissect, dispose of decomposed bodies in Odisha  Hindustan Times5 days ago

'Dhoni is negative. He doesn't have too many ideas'

'When you are doing well you need to keep addressing the weaknesses. This is something that the Indian team has never done,' former Test spinner Maninder Singh tells Bikash Mohapatra/ As Team India launches its one day campaign in England on Monday, August 25, it will hopefully work hard to erase its 1-3 loss to England in the Test series. The defeat in consecutive Tests, coming as it did on the victory in the second Test at Lord's, mystifies observers, unable to explain why the ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Deadly Task: Children Carry and Dissect Corpses for Autopsy

CUTTACK: Shocking as engagement of children living in the Railway stations by police and officials in dead body disposal might be, more appalling revelations like using them to dissect corpses for autopsy at SCB Medical College and Hospital here is ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago Kids Used to Dispose of Corpses  New Indian Express5 days ago 'Deadly' Task: Children Carry and Dissect Corpses for Autopsy  New Indian Express5 days ago

BJP for criminal cases against ex-collector

BERHAMPUR: The BJP on Thursday demanded lodging of criminal cases against former collector of Gajapati Basudev Bahinipati and project administrator, Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA), Paralakhemundi, Kalyan Kumar Rath for the recent ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Probe begins into Odisha student's suicide

Bhubaneswar, Aug 20 (IANS): A probe has been initiated into the suicide of a tribal woman student a week ago in Odisha's Gajapati district after she did not get her stipend released from the authorities for more than a year, an official said ...
 Daijiworldcom1 week ago Probe begins into Odisha students suicide  Mumbai News.Net1 week ago Probe begins into Odisha student`s suicide  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Inquiry into Sunita's Death Begins

PARLAKHEMUNDI: Inquiry into the death of tribal girl, Sunita Raita, was started by Revenue Divisional Commissioner (southern range), Bikash Mohapatra, on Tuesday. He interacted with district officials concerned over the issue. President of ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Why Team India is dominant at home, but dominated abroad

Technical flaws go unnoticed when the team plays at home. On tour, the players become susceptible. The just-concluded England Test series, says Bikash Mohapatra, points to the fact that this Indian side doesn’t have a player who can adapt and alter his game accordingly. When Team India wins it is history. When it loses it is humiliation! Those who went bonkers after the team won the second Test against England at Lord's, to take a lead in the five-Test series, are now going overboard in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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