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White House delays health insurance mandate
for medium-sized employers until 2016
WASHINGTON - For the second time in a
year, the Obama administration is giving
certain employers extra time before they must
offer health insurance to almost all their
full-time workers.
Under new rules announced by Treasury
Department officials, employers with 50 to 99
workers will be given until 2016 - two years
longer than originally envisioned under the
Affordable Care Act - before they risk a federal
penalty for not complying.
Companies with 100 workers or more are
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How the administration would define employer
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sparked considerable lobbying. By providing
the dual phase-ins for employers of different
sizes, administration officials have sought to
lighten the burden on the small share of
affected employers that have not offered
insurance in the past.
Congressional Republicans seized on the
announcement as the latest justification for
scrapping the health-care law. In particular,
they renewed their opposition to the law's
requirement that most Americans have
insurance, saying it is unfair to delay rules for
businesses and not for individuals.
Troy Mayor: Chief Tedesco
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department
TROY - The City of Troy no longer has a police
commissioner and the man who used to run
the department is back in charge last week.
Commissioner Anthory Magnetto retired after
spending about a year on the job.
He said he wants to spend more time with his
family.
The mayor's office says Chief John Tedesco is
the permanent Police Chief; now back in
charge of the entire department.
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ALBANY - Grannies for Peace organized a
demonstration against war on Monday, in
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Road.
Grannies demonstration, originally scheduled
for the 14th of Feb., was postponed as over 20
inches of snow in the Capital District
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In the severely cold weather, dressed in red,
grannies carried large broken hearts and held
banners proclaiming "Protect Mother Earth
from Climate Destruction" and "Pentagon
Worlds Largest Fossil Fuel User, War causes
climate change.".
"The Pentagon's war-making is world's largest
institutional source of greenhouse gases,"
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all the victims of war, including our planet."
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ALBANY - The Mayor of Albany City, Kathy
Sheehan, inaugurated South Asian Resource
Center on Western Ave Albany, this past
weekend on Saturday.
Rev. Nadeem Sadiq and his team developed
this center for the South Asian immigrant
community to fulfill their legal, social and moral
need.
Our mission is to address the challenges of
South Asian immigrants by providing the
resources and direction needed to meet their
basic needs and to empower them to become
self-sufficient, said Rev. Nadeem Sadiq at the
inauguration ceremony.
"SARC will provide Immigration and legal
referrals, language translation and
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Pakistan faces a dicey situation
By: Salahuddin Haider
IF screaming headlines in newspapers and
noisy TV talk shows are to be believed then
Pakistan is in deep trouble both on the
domestic front and internationally. It goes
without saying that internal stability creates a
good impression on the world that in turn
attracts foreign investment.
Unfortunately, Pakistan is faced with a host of
issues from within and without. It is a real test
for the current government. In all fairness to
the current administration, one cannot deny
that the government is not cognizant of the
overall situation and its consequences.
However, its response to the crises is
debatable. The problem is that the
government is confronted with many issues
and all needs immediate attention and
complete focus. Ironically, all these issues are
interlinked. The economy cannot be improved
without improvement in the overall law and
order situation so on and so forth.
To add to the governments woes, the
law-enforcement agencies are ill equipped and
ill-trained to tackle terrorism. Police and
rangers have arrested people and even
sacrificed their lives, but their overall
performance is far from satisfactory.
The latest problem facing the government is
the attacks on strategic installations and
railway tracks. People are living under
perpetual fear.
The southern Sindh province has, not only
earned a bad name, it tops the list of corrupt
and inefficient administration. Karachi sees
half a dozen to nearly 20 deaths a day.
Political workers of different parties, gangsters,
criminals, and now Taleban, who according to
some foreign experts, are now 30 percent of
the citys 18 million population, have been
main players in the dirty drama.
The Pakistan Peoples Party, ruling here,
seems to suffer from paralysis, perhaps
because it wants to see its main rival,
Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM), lose its
stronghold on the electorate. The government
has begun to confess that the Karachi
operation against criminals and gangsters, has
failed to achieve its objective. If Karachi
remains in turmoil for six or more months,
fcountrys economy will be in total ruins and
light of capital, already on for sometime, may
gain momentum.
A scenario, already high volatile, may become
much more complex if the fall-out from
post-2014 Afghanistan worsens because of
the likely civil war after the US pullout.
Pakistan has been trying hard to ensure
stability in its neighborhood but whether the
new Afghan government, after the April
elections there, can keep the country united
and peaceful is a million dollar question.
Afghan forces lack the skills to tackle Taleban.
Sharif administration faces real challenges.
Whether it will be able to handle it properly
remains to be seen.
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Restoring Sinkhole Corvettes
Bowling Green, KY - What Mother Earth
devoured, Chevrolet plans to resurrect. The
carmaker said Thursday it will oversee
restoration of the classic cars swallowed by a
huge sinkhole beneath the National Corvette
Museum in Kentucky.
General Motors Design in Warren, Mich., will
manage the painstaking work to repair the
eight prize vehicles, the automaker said
Thursday.
The cars were consumed when the earth
opened up early Wednesday beneath a
display area when the museum in Bowling
Green, Ky., was closed. No injuries were
reported. The museum was open Thursday
except for the area where the sinkhole
occurred.
Mark Reuss, GM's head of global product
development, said the damaged vehicles rank
as "some of the most significant in automotive
history."
"There can only be one 1-millionth Corvette
ever built," he said, referring to one of the
damaged cars. "We want to ensure as many
of the damaged cars are restored as possible
so fans from around the world can enjoy
them."
Just how the cars will be pulled out of the
ground remains to be seen, said museum
executive director Wendell Strode. The local
fire department estimated the hole is about 40
feet across and 25 to 30 feet deep. The hole
opened beneath part of the museum's domed
section.
Chevrolet spokesman Monte Doran said some
of the cars look to be in good shape, while
others are buried in rubble.
"It will likely be several weeks until we can get
the cars out and assessed," he said.
The GM Design team has helped restore other
historic cars, but the Corvette project looks to
be its biggest, he said.
The other cars damaged were a 1962 black
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Managing Diabetes During Cold and Flu Season
Cold and flu season can complicate
your plan for managing diabetes. Try
these self-care tips when cold-weather
illnesses set in.
By Madeline Vann, MPH
Cold and flu season is challenging even for
healthy people, but when you're also
managing diabetes, it can have more serious
consequences. Cold medications, dehydration,
irregular eating schedules, and your body's
response to infection can all make managing
diabetes more challenging, which can lead to
higher or lower blood sugar than you might
ordinarily expect. It's important to pay attention
to the heightened risk of diabetes
complications during this time, which can
range from dehydration to pneumonia.
"Some people with diabetes can get severely
ill with a cold or the flu," says endocrinologist
Debra Simmons, MD, a professor of medicine
at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.
"Blood sugar can become harder to control,
and you might not be able to keep fluids
down."
Taking Care of Yourself During Cold
and Flu Season
Get your flu shot. "Everybody with diabetes is
supposed to get a flu shot," Dr. Simmons says.
It's one of your best defenses along with
washing hands regularly and avoiding people
who are sick.
Get the pneumonia vaccine. This adult
vaccination, called pneumovax, can protect
you against a number of pneumonia strains.
Unlike the flu shot, which is given annually,
you can get it once and then forget about it for
a few years.
Have a sick-day plan in place. If you haven't
already discussed your "sick day rules" with
your doctor, do so now. Ask what medications
you can safely take to treat cold and flu
symptoms, how to adjust your own
medications if necessary, and when to call him
or her if you get really sick and need more
help.
Buy diabetes-friendly cold products. The cough
syrups most people rely on during cold and flu
season tend to be sugary, so check labels
carefully to make sure the ones you buy are
flavored only with sugar-free syrups. Avoid
decongestants because ingredients like
pseudophedrine or phenylephrine can make
diabetes harder to control. If your nose is
stuffy, try a saline nasal spray instead. Also,
look for alcohol-free medications because
alcohol can affect blood sugar.
Pay attention to other possible drug
interactions. Just as syrupy medications can
upset your blood sugar, certain cold and flu
medications can increase blood pressure. If,
like many people with diabetes, you're also on
blood pressure medication and aren't sure
what cold products are best for you, talk to
your doctor or pharmacist, and bring along a
list of all your medications for this discussion.
Ask for help if you need it. If an illness
becomes severe, taking care of yourself can
be difficult, Simmons says. If you can't
manage all the demands of diabetes and a
cold, ask a friend or family member to check in
on you regularly until you feel better. He or she
should know how and when to call your doctor.
Check blood sugar levels often. Typically you
may test your blood sugar just once or twice a
day when you're well, but if you're sick, aim for
every 2 to 4 hours until the cold or flu has
subsided.
Take medications on schedule. Even if you're
having trouble eating and keeping food down,
take your diabetes medications on schedule. If
you have any doubts about when to take them
or how much to take, especially insulin doses,
call your doctor.
Drink fluids regularly. Make sure you stay
hydrated. If you're having trouble eating, ask
your doctor about trying a small amount of a
sweetened drink, You'll need 45 to 50 grams
of carbohydrates every 3 to 4 hours.
Test your urine for ketones. If your blood sugar
goes over 240 mg/dL, test your urine for
ketones, substances that build up in the urine
or blood when your body is not getting or using
blood sugar properly. This can be dangerous,
so inform your doctor if your ketone test is
positive.
Prep your pantry. When you're sick, you may
not have the energy to get to the store. Keep a
variety of items on hand just in case, such as
canned soups, fruits, and vegetables.
Consider having some ginger ale (regular, not
diet) on hand in case you need fluids with
some carbohydrates.
Keep a log. Write down what medications
you're taking and when, as well as the results
of blood sugar tests, ketone tests, your
temperature, all stats your doctor will need to
know if your symptoms get worse.
When to Call Your Doctor
Your cold or flu symptoms don't start to get
better in about 72 hours or if they get worse.
Your blood sugar levels are too high (over 250
mg/dL) or too low (70 mg/dL) and you aren't
able to adjust them.
You have ketones in your urine.
You have abdominal pains.
You have a fever of 101.5 or higher.
You have ongoing diarrhea or are vomiting.
You're experiencing shortness of breath,
dizziness, or any loss of consciousness.
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Nuclear entente
By: Sreeram Chaulia
The recent revelation that China is negotiating
to build three new nuclear plants worth $13
billion in Muzaffargarh district of Pakistans
Punjab province reinforces the longstanding
reality of the former purposefully undermining
Indias national security.
Even though Chinas mega nuclear deals with
Pakistan are dressed up as responses to
acute electricity shortage crippling the latter,
the dualistic civil-cummilitary nature of nuclear
technology and the history of Sino-Pak-istani
collusion in nuclear weapons and missiles
leave little to the imagination about their true
strategic intent.
Claims that Chinese-aided nuclear power will
address Pakistans electricity blackouts are
exaggerated and only believable in a long-term
perspective. It is more timely and cost-effective
if Pakistan imports power from India, a
prospect under discussion between the two
neighbours it could lead to India supplying
2,500 megawatts to relieve Pakistans
struggling economy.
The real reason behind Sino-Pakistani nuclear
energy cooperation is containment of India.
India has always been in the crosshairs of the
all-weather alliance between China and
Pakistan since the 1950s.
The alliance encompasses conventional and
non-conventional military quid pro quos,
material and diplomatic assistance to each
other during Chinese and Pakistani wars
against India, critical infrastructure construction
such as the Chinese-built deep-sea port of
Gwadar in Balochistan province, tacit
understandings for Pakistan to moderate
Islamic extremism in Chinas restive Xinjiang
region, and general foreign policy coordination
at multilateral forums with a view to countering
Indias positions and opportunities.
To cite Hussain Haqqani, a former Pakistani
ambassador to the United States, for China,
Pakistan is a low-cost secondary deterrent to
India, while for Pakistan, China is a
high-value guarantor of security against India.
Notwith-sta-nding the tectonic shifts in global
geopolitics that acc-om-panied the end of the
Cold War, the utility of China to Pakistan and
vice versa remains entrenched to this day
because of their shared animus towards India.
China has nuanced its hardline pro-Pakistan
stance on the Kashmir dispute, but the
fundamentals of the Beijing-Islamabad axis
are rock solid and manifesting in new avatars
like nuclear energy cooperation.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
mentioned the proposed three new
Chinese-aided nuclear plants within closed
doors to his Cabinet earlier this month. The
anno-uncement came on the he-els of a prior
agreement for China to provide two separate
nuclear power reactors worth $9 billion in the
southern metropolis of Karachi.
Chinas troublesome transfers of sensitive
technology and equipment to Pakistan in
violation of the nuclear nonproliferation regime
are receiving flak from the US. But Islamabad
cites Washingtons civilian nuclear agreement
with New Delhi, which had also acquired
nuclear weapons while staying out of the
nonproliferation treaty (NPT), as a
counterargument to claim parity.
If the US carved out an exception for India to
buy civilian nuclear technology through the
123 agreement and an exemption from rules
of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), China
feels it is entitled to do the same for its South
Asian ally so that the balance of power in
South Asia does not become more skewed in
Indias favour.
The Wall Street Journal explained this
tit-for-tat logic by quoting Mushahid Hussain,
chairman of Pakistans senate defence
committee: The India-US nuclear deal was
discriminatory. It was me-ant to prop up India
against China.
By deepening its nuclear cooperation with
Pakistan, China is in turn propping up Pakistan
against India so that New Delhis capabilities
and energies are tied down within South Asia,
leaving Asia and the Global South as easy
pickings for Chinese domination.
Pakistan enjoys the scary reputation of being
the possessor of the worlds fastest growing
nuclear arsenal. According to the Stockholm
International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI),
Pakistans nuclear stockpile has risen from a
low of 90 bombs to a high of 120 bombs
between 2011 and 2012. Indias inventory of
nukes remains at least 10 bombs shorter than
what Pakistan has. Meanwhile, Chinas
stockpile has inched up from 240 to 250 nukes
in the same period.
It is not publicly known how the rapidity of
Pakistans vertical proliferation (acquisition of
more and more nuclear bombs) is linked to its
expanding civilian nuclear cooperation with
China.
In the mid-1990s, China National Nuclear
Corporation (CNNC) supp-lied 5,000 ring
magnets to the rogue nuclear scientist A.Q.
Khan, to help him double Pakistans nuclear
enric-hment cap-ac-ity at the top secret Kahuta
nuclear weapons and missile rese-arch facility
in Rawalpindi district of Punjab province.
The same CNNC, which had a definitive hand
in enhancing Pakistans nucl-ear weapons
capacities, is now in charge of financing the
civilian nuclear power plants in Karachi which
are scheduled to come on line by 2019.
Roshni Albany Page12 February 21 to March 6 2014
Fleeing hot kitchen
By: MJ Akbar
Arvind Kejriwal could not stand the heat so he
got out of the kitchen. As a means of
self-preservation, this is reasonable. But what
is feasible for a customer does not necessarily
hold good for the chef. When you have
acquired, through your own relentless efforts
the responsibility of preparing the meal, heat
sounds like an alibi to a hungry voter.
Every kitchen is hot. Food needs fire. The
person who should understand this best is
Kejriwal. He turned the heat up so sharply in
the Congress kitchen that even the
indomitable Sheila Dikshit got badly singed.
But Dikshit took 15 years to get burnt.
Kejriwals skin began to peel in just 49 days.
A kitchen also needs rules. Indias political diet
is controlled by specifications laid down in the
Constitution. Not everyone likes those
provisions, some of which can be opaque, and
others disputatious. But as long as they are
there, we have to live by them. There is
latitude. You can always amend statutes, but
there again you have to go by the process.
You cannot abandon the law simply because it
does not fit the schedule of your ambitions.
Theatrics
Some superstar chefs demand the privilege of
eccentricity, and people grant it as a tribute to
their art. But theatrics cannot substitute for a
meal, either. Chaos is not art. It may even be
described as an absence of art.
The Indian Express headline on Kejriwals
resignation said it all: the first act of his drama
was over, and the curtain had risen on Act 2.
Generally, by the second act, the audience
knows whether they are watching a comedy or
tragedy, but this drama will require another
denouement before we know.
Kejriwal said recently that he had no desire to
contest the coming general elections. For
many customers, this was an offering that
could only be digested with a pinch of salt. It is
clear now that he wanted temporary power in
Delhi only as a launching platform for space in
the national arena. Delhi is simply too small for
any gargantuan dream.
The Jan Lokpal Bill metamorphosed from a
cause into an excuse. Moreover, this
resignation drama had to be conducted
quickly, for within another fortnight the
schedule for elections will be announced.
One of Kejriwals perpetual dilemmas is that
he needs to be star on the stage and agitating
audience at the same time. This dual
compulsion of simultaneous roles is creating
an aura of schizophrenia around his persona
as well as his politics. The mantle of power
does not combine easily with a martyrs robes.
Kejriwal succeeded in Delhi because he could
convince the voter that it was possible for his
incipient Aam Aadmi Party to come to power
on its own. The Delhi canvas is small. It
represents just seven seats in the Lok Sabha.
It will be quite another matter convincing the
nations electorate that he can get 272 seats.
Even he cannot believe this.
He can, therefore, only position himself in a
general election campaign as a spoiler whose
only responsibility in Parliament will be to keep
the others honest. As a starting position this
has its merits.
Non-performance
But this is not the issue on which the fate of
this general election will be determined. The
voter wants government, not confusion, after
five years of meandering non-performance.
This is not going to be a good year for small
parties, particularly those who are striking out
on their own. Nor has Kejriwals stint as chief
minister done him any good in the governance
stakes. A few voters might want a prime
minister who distributes largesse with political
cynicism but sneers at everyone else in the
business, and tilts continuously at the
Constitution if it has the temerity to disagree
with his holier-than-thou pronouncements.
This is a year when the country is wrapped in
an economic crisis. The most important
statistic is not in advertisements issued by the
United Progressive Alliance (UPA) on shiny
hoardings [all paid by your money, incidentally,
since your taxes will pick up the bill].
It is a fact which crept into the front page on
one recent morning, and disappeared: that
jobs had grown by only 2 per cent over the last
10 years. This is what an economic crisis
means for the young.
These are the problems thirsting for a solution.
Corruption of course is an issue, and an
extremely important one; but many states
have chief ministers who cannot be accused of
corruption. Voters want a Union government
which can heal the economy as well. It is
probably too late for Kejriwal to persuade
voters that he has a route map towards more
food on the table.
If you think the kitchen of a small state like
Delhi was hot, check the temperature of the
sauna called a national government. It makes
you sweat without pause. History is full of
heavyweights who strode into national office
and walked sheepishly out as lightweights.
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Nadeem may well be termed as the best thing
that has happened to Pakistan film industry.
Undoubtedly, his contribution towards
Pakistani Cinema is worth written in the letters
of gold in the history of Pakistan film industry.
Nadeem not only continues to be the most
ever popular Superstar, Hero and Performer in
the 63 years long history of Pakistani Cinema,
he has made everyone inside and outside
Pakistan accept and appreciate his
outstanding acting abilities and skills. The
Presidential Award for Pride of Performance
awarded to him is only one proof of this
statement.
Nadeems film career spanning over 43 years
is full of wonderful achievements and success.
Nadeem, inthe presence of high class
performers like Santosh Kumar, Muhammad
Ali, Waheed Murad, Habib and Kamal not only
won Best Actors Nigar Award in his first film
CHAKORI but with consecutive super hit
movies namely CHAKORI, CHOTEY SAHIB
and SANGDIL, created such a record of
success not accessible by any other actor
before and after him.
Nadeems journey to the success that started
in 1967 has never stopped and even today, in
2006, he continues to be the No.1 actor of
Pakistani silver screen. In the 59 years long
history of Pakistani films, only 24 films have
the distinction of celebrating Diamond Jubilee
(completing a run of 100 or more weeks).
Nadeem alone figures in 10 out of these 24
movies. His Diamond Jubilee films include.
NADAN(1973), ANARI, PECHAN(1975),
TALASH(1976), AINA (1977), HUM
DONON(1980), LAJAWAB, QURBANI(1981),
SANGDIL(1982) and DEHLEEZ(1983). This
record number of Diamond Jubilee films
seems to remain an unsurpassable challenge
for others. PEHCHAN and ANARI (1975) and
LAJAWAB and QURBANI (1981) were
released in the same year. Crossing the
landmark of Diamond Jubilee by two movies in
a single year on two occasions is an
unprecedented example of success.
In addition to above mentioned super hit
movies, Nadeem is also the hero of highest
number (10) of Platinum Jubilee films (running
for 75 or more weeks). These films are:
CHAKORI(1967), DIL LAGI(1974), AMBER &
ZINDAGI (1978), PAKEEZA(1979),
BANDISH(1980), MIAN BEEVI RAAZI(1982),
KAMIYABI(1984), JEEVA(1995) and
DEEWANAY TERE PIYAR KAY(1997). In
addition to these super hit Diamond and
Platinum Jubilee films, the number of his
Golden Jubilee films (running for 50 or more
weeks) is also much higher (46) than all the
other actors, past and present. Nadeems
Golden Jubilee films are: CHOTEY SAHIB
(1967), SANGDIL(1968), BEHEN BHAI(1969),
AANSOO (1971), SOCIETY, DAMAN AUR
CHINGARI(1973), SAMAJ, PHOOL MERE
GULSHAN KA, INTIZAR, BHOOL, SHAMA,
ZEENAT, JAB JAB PHOOL KHILAY,
KOSHISH, SACCHAI, MUHABBAT AUR
MENHGAI, MUHABAAT EK KAHANI,
The Living Legend Pakistani Cinema Nadeem
PRINCE, PLAY BOY(1979), SAIMA,
BADALTAY MOUSAM, RISHTA, MEHENDI
LAGI MERE HAATH(1980),
KHOOBSURAT(1982), LAZAWAL(1984),
DEEWANEY DO, ZAMEEN AASMAN(1985),
HESAAB, FAISLA(1986), CHORON KI
BARAT(1987), BAZAR-E-HUSN,
MUKHRA(1988), INSANIYAT KE DUSHMAN,
BULANDI (1990), MADAM RANI, JO DAR
GIYA WOH MER GIYA, JUNGAL KA
QANOON(1995), HAWAIN(1996),
INTEHA(1999) and KYUN TUM SEY ITNA
PYAR HAI(2005).
AINA which can well be described as a symbol
of the caliber of Nadeems talents, is the most
successful movie ever made in Pakistan. A big
hit all over the country, it ran continuously for
more than five years in Karachi completing
more than 400 weeks. It also won 12 Nigar
Awards which remains the highest number of
awards won by a single Urdu movie. AINA
may be termed as a record breaking and trend
setting movie in many aspects.
There was a time in 1990s when films in the
national language Urdu had almost been
abandoned. In these circumstances Nadeems
films INSANIYAT KE DUSHMAN entirely in
Urdu was as unprecedented success which
once again attracted film producers towards
the production of Urdu movies.
Completing his 44 years on Pakistani Screen,
Nadeem seems to have taken a fresh guard
the release of movies namely LOVE MAEN
GUM AND BHAI LOAG are his notable coming
movies. Nadeem has always come to the
rescue of Pakistani film industry in the hour of
crisis. Today, Pakistani film industry is facing
the worst crisis of its history. There would not
have been a better time to make a comeback
and serve the film industry in the hour of need.
Well done Nadeem, the King of Pakistani
Cinema.
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The quiet goodbyes
After the emotion of Sachin
Tendulkar's last Test, a look at some
farewells that didn't go quite so well
Don Bradman
Possibly cricket's most famous anticlimax
came at The Oval in 1948, when Don
Bradman went out to bat for what, in all
probability, was his last Test innings (England
had just been skittled for 52, so an Australian
second innings already seemed unlikely).
Bradman needed only four runs to cement a
Test average of 100, but was bowled by his
second ball, from the Warwickshire legspinner
Eric Hollies. The Don was left with an average
of 99.94 - which ironically over the years has
become even more famous than if he'd
managed three figures.
George Headley
West Indies' first great batsman was so good
he was dubbed "the black Bradman" by some.
And before the Second World War he lived up
to that, averaging 66.71 and carrying his side's
batting on his shoulders, to the extent that
"Atlas" was another nickname. But after the
war, ageing and prone to injury, Headley
managed only three further Tests, the last of
them at home in Jamaica in 1953-54, when he
twice fell cheaply to the England spinner Tony
record books, too. But by 1899 he was 50, and
somewhat thicker around the waist than
before. After the first match of that year's
Ashes series, in which he scored 28 and 1,
Grace stepped down, mainly because the
ground was getting a bit too far away and
showing up his fielding. "It's all over, Jacker,"
he told his team-mate Stanley Jackson
mournfully, "I shan't play again."
Ricky Ponting
He was probably Australia's best batsman
since Bradman, but eventually time caught up
with Ricky Ponting. A glittering international
career came to a subdued end in 2012-13 in
the home series against South Africa - only 32
runs in five innings, including a rather sad
double of 4 and 8 in Perth in the final Test
after announcing his retirement. Ponting still
finished with a Test average nudging 52.
Andrew Strauss
No one except his nearest and dearest knew
Andrew Strauss was going to call it a day after
the 2012 Lord's Test against South Africa - his
100th Test match, and 50th as captain. It
wasn't quite the perfect ending, though, out
cheaply twice as England slipped to defeat in
the match and the series, and surrendered
their hard-earned No. 1 Test ranking.
Jeff Thomson
Just possibly the fastest bowler who ever lived,
Jeff Thomson terrorised batsmen - particularly
Poms - in the 1970s. By 1985, though, he had
Lock, who was also called for throwing during
the match.
Keith Stackpole
The Test career of the popular Australian
opener Keith Stackpole came to a quiet end in
New Zealand in 1973-74, with a pair in
Auckland. That included being out to the first
ball of the match, a high full-toss from Richard
Hadlee: "I only saw it a yard away from my
head," wrote Stacky. "I pulled out of the way,
but the ball flicked the end of the bat and flew
to first slip. Maybe it was the first time in Test
cricket that a fellow was out first ball without
the ball ever touching the ground!"
Rahul Dravid
Aged 38, Rahul Dravid was India's batting star
as they slipped to a disappointing 4-0 defeat in
England in 2011. He made three centuries,
including one while carrying his bat at The
Rahul Dravid
Oval. He was tempted to call it a day then...
but there was still a job to do in Australia.
Sadly, conditions there were less to his liking,
and Dravid managed a solitary fifty - and four
scores of ten and under - as another
embarrassing whitewash loomed. One of the
longest and most successful of Test careers
had come to a quiet end.
WG Grace
WG Grace almost invented the modern game
of cricket: he was the first batsman to play
forward and back with equal assurance, in the
way which is familiar even now. He rewrote the
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slowed down a bit, and was a late call-up for
the 1985 Ashes series after some original
choices defected to a rebel tour of South
Africa. Late-era Thommo was not so scary: he
played only in the first Test (2 for 166 and 0 for
8) and the fifth (1 for 101), and is probably
best-remembered for flicking a V-sign at the
crowd during that final match at Edgbaston.
Still, his wicket there gave him exactly 200 in
Tests, 100 of them against England.
Javagal Srinath
One of India's finest fast bowlers, Javagal
Srinath finished up with more than 550 wickets
in international cricket. What turned out to be
his last match was the 2003 World Cup final -
but even the genial Srinath was hard-pressed
to crack a smile as Australia ran amok in
Johannesburg. They made 359 for 2 - Ricky
Ponting 140 not out - and Srinath's ten overs
disappeared for 87.
Geraint Jones
Best remembered now as the man who took
the catch that ended the 2005 Edgbaston epic,
Geraint Jones had a solid career for England,
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and was an automatic choice between his
debut in the West Indies in 2003-04 and the
start of the 2006-07 Ashes tour. The vultures
were hovering, though, as England slipped to
defeat after defeat with Jones contributing little
with the bat. Before the third Test, his 34th,
Jones had never been out for a duck in 51
innings: but in Perth he bagged a pair. And
then he was dropped, and never played again.
Javed Miandad
The long international career of Javed
Miandad, which started as a teenager in the
inaugural World Cup in 1975, ended in the
sixth World Cup in 1996, with a quarter-final
defeat to arch-rivals India in Bangalore.
Frustrated at batting out of position at No. 6
(and probably even more frustrated at the
dying of the light), Miandad scrapped his way
to 38 before his run-out virtually sealed the
game for India. He walked off with more than
16,000 international runs, and a Test average
above 52.
Two Legend, Cricketer
Sachin Tendulkar presents a shield to former
Pakistan cricket captain Hanif Mohammad
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Funny Jokes
TERROR JOKE
What will happen, if u throw an
AMPLIFIER into the sea?
TSUNAMI will be created since an ampli-
fier converts small waves into bigger wave.
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NORMAL STUDENT
1:unnecessary talk on phone and
messages
2:Plan each day to study but end of the
day KAL SAY PAKA
3:you have all the data but you work before
the dead line
4:right now you are thinking of forwarding
this message to your friends
5:on each point you smile because it's true.
/
WAKE UP WITH A SMILE
It's Perfectly Legal To Kill Someone In
Your Dreams, That's Why I Wake Up With
A Smile Everyday.
WILL U MARRY ME
Sardar: Will U marry , after I die.
Wife : No I will live with my sister.
Wife : Will U marry , after I die.
Sardar: No I will also live with ur sister.
/
FUTURE PLANS
Teacher asks children, what do u wish 2
do in future?
Adnan: I want 2 b a pilot.
Wakeel: I want 2 b a doctor.
Bina: I want 2 b a good mother.
Shariq : I want 2 help Bina.
/
HOLDING HANDS
Why do couples hold hands during their
wedding?
Its a formality just like two boxers
shaking hands before the fight begins!
/
BRAIN & GIRLFRIEND
Great Calculation: Only 20% boys have
brains.
So what do the rest have?
They have girl friends:p
/
BY WIFE ....
Police Officer: I arrest people, But, when I
go home, I'm under house arrest, by Wife
Professor: I give lectures to students, But,
when I go home, I get Lectured hourly, by
wife
CEO: I'm the Boss, But, when I go home, I
always feel like an employee, by wife
Judge: I give Justice, but when I go home,
I Beg for Justice, by wife
/
I AM THE BOSS, DO NOT FORGET
Boss hangs a poster in Office
"I AM THE BOSS, DO NOT FORGET"
He returns from lunch, finds a slip on his
desk.
"Ur wife called, she wants her poster back
home."
/
Funny graduation speech
I Would Like To Thank,
The Internet, Google, Wikipedia,
Microsoft 0ffice And
Copy Paste. . . !!
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Second: Spouses and Chi l dren, and
Unmarried Sons and Daughters of Permanent
Residents: 114,200, plus the number (if any)
by which the worldwide family preference level
exceeds 226, 000, pl us any unused f i rst
preference numbers.
A. ( F2A) Spouses and Chi l dr en of
Permanent Residents: 77% of the overall
second preference limitation, of which 75% are
exempt from the per-country limit.
B. (F2B) Unmarried Sons and Daughters (21
years of age or older) of Permanent Residents:
23% of t he over al l second pr ef er ence
limitation.
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ALBANY FAMILY DENTISTRY P.C.
592 New Loudon Road, Latham (Behind Newton Plaza)
HUM AAP KI ZABAN BOLTAY HAIN
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PARTICING IN MOST INSURANCES
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GHI, CSEA, NYS MEDICAID,
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HALAL BAZAAR
Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and
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Big Parking lot & entrance
also available in the rear
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644 New Loudon Rd, Rt 9 Latham
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BHATTI PRODUCTION
731 Western Ave Albany, NY 12203
EQEEL BHATTI
sbhatti_143@yahoo.com
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Anwar Alam, 518-331-1295
Jamil Buzarg, 518-229-7444
Ansar Parvez, 518-542-2120
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Party Hall Available for All Occassion
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A Bi-Lingual News Magazine from the Capital Region for the South Asian Community
Volume 3 ISSUE NO. 61 February 21 - March 6, 2014
www.RoshniOnline.com
www.scribd.com/roshniAlbany
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KARAM ASIAN GROCERY
& HALAL MEAT
1473 State Street Schenectady, NY
Phone: 518- 631-6231
We Carry Full Variety of
Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi,
Middle East & Turkish Grocery.
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Halal Meat & Fish
Fresh Vegetable & Fruits
Everyday Low Price
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In English:
Current Affairs, Immigration Corner,
Funny Jokes and more.