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The DSP reached the spot and immediately suspended the two officials and an inquiry was initiated Joshi also met IGP R P Upadhyaya on Tuesday regarding the case For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThis year’s Indian Premier League(IPL) is in serious trouble if the gist from the recent Mumbai meeting is of any indication Just weeks before the start of the tenth edition there is a very strong possibility of the event not being conducted as staging associations reeling under financial stress have expressed inability to initiate the process for conducting the matches A customary meeting of the IPL committee and the staging associations held in Mumbai on Tuesday threw up one startling detail: the staging associations were broke and unless the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) released funds urgently they said they would not be in a position to conduct IPL matches this year Each staging association gets a grant of Rs 60 lakh per IPL match Of this Rs 30 lakh comes from the IPL franchisee and an equal amount from the BCCI This money goes towards match and practice expenses which include floodlights ground preparation ground staff co-ordination etc Representative photo Image courtesy: IPL via Twitter The associations in the past would receive an advance from the BCCI and the rest of the money would flow in during the course of the event and later However the Supreme Court had last winter specifically ruled that no BCCI funds ought to be released to state associations unless they fell in line and adopted the Lodha Commission reforms The state associations had pleaded helplessness and said that unless the Supreme Court passed a judicial order outlawing the formation of the associations under the various acts —Registrar of Societies Act Company Act etc the associations on their own could not impinge on the rights of their members The court is yet to give a ruling on this appeal Meanwhile subsequent to the Court’s order not to release funds the Test ODI & T20I series against New Zealand England Bangladesh and Australia had to be gone through These were in jeopardy as state associations pleaded that they did not have the money to foot expenses The Supreme Court immediately granted relief stating that money could be released to State associations specifically for hosting the matches Nevertheless a huge sum of money is still outstanding and this has hit state associations very hard A Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA)source revealed that the BCCI owed them crores of rupees and this was badly affecting their cash flow “We’ll soon reach a stage where we won’t be able to conduct even junior-level domestic matches” he said In fact BCCI’s cash squeeze has hit all levels of cricket Last month the India under-19 players who were playing a series against England had to walk to a Railway canteen in Mumbai for breakfast as the squeeze on their allowance ensured that they could not afford to eat in the team hotel KSCA officials pointed out that the association regularly spends vast amounts of money for National Cricket Academy (NCA) matches If the Board failed to reimburse them soon they would not be able to support NCA this summer The summer months are crucial for training youngsters for it is during these months that activity at the academy would be at its peak A combination of a summer holidays throughout India along with cricketing off-season as well as Bengaluru’s ideal climate ensures that there is hectic NCA activity during summer months But this year that too may be hit badly “We met many of these expenses including payment to our Ranji Trophy players from our funds The Board is supposed to defray these expenses Normally they would have reimbursed us But that has not happened this season” they pointed out KSCA as indeed other cricket associations have not received their share of TV revenue Even the 50 percent infrastructure subsidy they were supposed to receive for the Sub-Air system (the new revolutionary American outfield drainage and aeration system costing Rs 4 crore) has not come in All these run up to a gigantic Rs 30 to 40 crore These accumulated accruals have hit all state cricket associations very hard They hold forth that they do not have the requisite money to set the ball rolling for the conduct of the IPL this season “Normally it would not have been an issue We’d have received the advance by now and entered into agreements made purchases and primed the ground dressing rooms floodlights and other aspects of IPL by now The Board would have paid us later “But these are not normal times Trust is broken and hence we don’t know if we’d be reimbursed at all Most of the associations are broke and cannot even meet advance requirements of service providers They simply will not take a chance by asking for goods and services on credit” they pointed out It is obvious that unless staging associations get instant financial relief this year’s IPL will be severely hampered if not abandoned altogether Washington: The next version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban could include new more tailored restrictions on travelers from additional countries The Department of Homeland Security has recommended the president impose the new targeted restrictions on foreign nationals from countries it says refuse to share sufficient information with the US or haven’t taken necessary security precautions The restrictions could vary by country officials said Trump’s ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority nations which sparked protests and a flurry of lawsuits was set to expire on Sunday 90 days after it took effect Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke "has recommended actions that are tough and that are tailored including restrictions and enhanced screening for certain countries" Miles Taylor counselor to Duke told reporters on a conference call Friday Officials refused to say how many countries and which countries might be affected insisting the president had yet to make a final decision on how to proceed Trump huddled with Duke Attorney General Jeff Sessions Secretary of State Rex Tillerson his director of national intelligence and his national security advisor on Friday to discuss the issue White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters said Taylor said the recommendations were based on whether countries were providing US authorities with enough information to validate the identities of potential immigrants and visitors and to determine whether or not they posed a threat The recommendations were first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Friday Trump’s travel ban executive orders remain two of the most controversial actions of his administration The ban which went into effect in late June barred citizens of Iran Libya Somalia Sudan Syria and Yemen who lacked a "credible claim of a bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States" from entering the country The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments on the constitutionality of the ban next month Officials described the process of reaching the new recommendations as far more deliberate and systematic than Trump’s original travel ban order which was signed just days after he took office with little consultation or input outside the White House File image of Donald Trump AP Homeland Security said it had worked with other agencies to develop a comprehensive new baseline for foreign nationals based on factors like whether their countries issued passports with biometric information to prevent fraud and shared information about travelers’ terror-related and criminal histories Taylor described what he said was "our guiding principle" "We need to know who is coming into our country We should be able to validate their identities and we should be able to confirm that our foreign partners do have information suggesting such individuals may represent a threat to the United States" he said The US then shared the new baseline requirements with every foreign government in July and gave them 50 days to comply While most countries already met the standards officials said that some that didn’t have made changes that put them in compliance Other countries however were unable or "deliberately unwilling" to comply Citizens of those countries would be denied entry or face other travel restrictions until their governments made changes Trump had originally tried to ban the entry of nationals from seven Muslim-majority countries including Iraq in his January order but scaled back his efforts in a more narrowly tailored version written to better withstand legal scrutiny in March Trump later derided that second order on Twitter as "watered down" and "politically correct" After a bomb partially exploded on a London subway last week Trump once again called for a tougher ban "The travel ban into the United States should be far larger tougher and more specific — but stupidly that would not be politically correct" he wrote on Twitter The administration has argued the ban was necessary to give it time to complete a thorough review of screening procedures and information sharing to make sure that those who enter the country don’t pose a safety risk Critics accuse the president of overstepping his authority and violating the Constitution’s protections against religious bias by targeting Muslims Trump had called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States" during his campaign The American Civil Liberties Union one of the groups challenging the ban in court described the proposed changes as "an apparent effort to paper over the original sin of the Muslim ban" "This looks to be the Trump administration’s third try to make good on an unconstitutional campaign promise to ban Muslims from the United States" ACLU Executive Director Anthony D Romero said in a statement A new travel policy could also complicate the Supreme Court’s review scheduled for argument on 10 October The court could order the parties to submit written arguments about what should happen next and it might dismiss the case or return it to lower courts for a fresh analysis of the changed circumstances Paris: Portugal will be relying on a drastic turnaround for superstar captain Cristiano Ronaldo to avoid an embarrassing early Euro 2016 exit against surprise package Hungary on Wednesday Belgium the Republic of Ireland and Sweden meanwhile are still in contention to join Group E winners Italy in the last 16 Ronaldo and Portugal in training before their game against Hungary Reuters Ronaldo missed a penalty and other chances as Portugal were held 0-0 by Austria to leave FernandoSantos’s men third in Group F with just two points from two games However victory will guarantee Portugal top spot in the group and avoid a much tougher side of the draw containing hosts France world champions Germany and England "Ronaldo is a player who scores a lot of goals and I’m sure he will score in the next game against Hungary" saidSantos The former Porto Benfica and Sporting Lisbon boss insists he does not care how Portugal win as long as they pick up three points "We’re sad but we have things in our own hands "It doesn’t matter if we play better or ugly football" Ronaldo has another chance to become the first player to score in four different European championships Forty-year-old goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly stands in his way though for a Hungary side assured of their place in the knockout stages after a 30-year wait to qualify for a major tournament Hungary shocked neighbours Austria 2-0 in their opening game before a late own goal handed them a 1-1 draw with Iceland "Who would have thought that we’d be top of the group with four points and that Portugal would need to win to qualify" said Hungary boss Bernd Storck "We have nothing to lose Portugal have to win" All is to play for in the other game in Group F with a win also good enough to take either Austria or Iceland on their debut in a major finals through to the knockout stage Stuttgart: Two-time defending champion and top seed at the Porsche Grand Prix Angelique Kerber was upset by Kristina Mladenovic of France 6-2 7-5 on Thursday Maria Sharapova won again to reach the quarter-finals while three seeded players were ousted The Russian advanced by beating fellow Russian Ekaterina Makarova 7-5 6-1 in her second match after a 15-month doping ban Angelique Kerber reacts during her second-round loss to Kristina Mladenovic Getty Mladenovic won just one set in three previous matches against Kerber but dominated large parts of Thursday’s match It was the top-seeded German’s first defeat in the event since 2014 Sharapova hit nine aces and held serve throughout against Makarova She converted three of her four break points "Being in the quarter-finals here again is quite special" said Sharapova who won the indoor clay event three times from 2012-14 Less than 24 hours after beating Roberta Vinci in straight sets in her highly anticipated first match Sharapova said she "felt I settled down a little bit I was able to focus on the game I executed a great plan today and I thought I was solid" The Russian who tested positive for meldonium at last year’s Australian Open held off the only break point for Makarova at 5-5 and converted her second chance in the next game to close out the opening set Sharapova was in control of the second throughout and wrapped up the win with two straight aces to raise her total for the tournament to 20 She improved to 7-0 against Makarova The five-time Grand Slam champion and former No 1 who lost her ranking due to the suspension and entered the event on a wild card will play 73rd-ranked Anett Kontaveit of Estonia for a place in the semi-finals Kontaveit beat French Open champion and fifth-seed Garbine Muguruza of Spain 2-6 7-6(1) 6-1 Mladenovic next takes on Carla Suarez-Navarro who beat another Russian Elena Vesnina 6-2 6-4 Also the second-seeded Karolina Pliskova beat CoCo Vandeweghe 7-6 (2) 6-4 and will play Laura Siegemund in the quarter-finals The finalist from last year defeated 2009 champion Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4 6-3 Anastasija Sevastova beat sixth-seeded Johanna Konta 6-3 7-5 to set up a quarter-final against Simona Halep Kolkata: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Friday said off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin would be key to India’s success in the Test tour of the West Indies their first series under new head coach Anil Kumble "I think Ashwin will be the key in West Indies" Ganguly who turned 44 today said at his residence File photo of Ravichandran Ashwin AFP Fresh from winning their second World Twenty20 title the West Indies finished runners-up to Australia in a triangular ODI series also involving South Africa to continue a glorious year that has seen them also win the women’s WT20 and Under-19 World Cup "They are looking stronger and in the middle of a fine form But I think India have the side to beat them I wish luck to (Virat) Kohli and 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