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she alerted the police.She also alleged that the three had also sexuallyassaulted her minor daughter at Prajapati’s residence? He has urged Pinarayi to conduct an investigation by any agency to find the truth behind the allegation. Mallam Garba Shehu. according to court documents. Meeker County Posse and Meeker County Reserves conducted a ground search Saturday with assistance from the Minnesota State Patrol air division and Minnesota Canine Search and Rescue. appointed before the 2011 Asian Champions Trophy, He won the tournament Even though Marijne is too polite to protest but the comparisons would definitely be uncomfortable Nobbs did win the Asian Champions Trophy but then a year later coached the team to a 12th place at the Olympics India’s lowest ranking ever at any Olympic Games The Dutchman’s positive touch was there for everybody to see Pressure is immense whether it’s the Asia Cup or the HWL The response gives you a peek into the man’s character Coaches hate comparisons and report-card valuations After the team won he was asked if he would get carried away by early success at the Asia Cup “I know it’s the Asia Cup and its importance on the continent But there is a road we now need to travel on to get better results That’s where results matter” Looking beyond the coach and the support staff the team needs to perform With the turbulence that followed Roelant Oltmans removal there were a few indicators that India might not perform in Dhaka In winning the Asia Cup the team has signalled the ambition for bigger gains The Indian team now is a lovely blend of youth and experience that can play till the 2020 Tokyo Olympics The idea is to look for big wins; motivate and transform the Champions in Asia to the podium at the 2018 World Cup and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics The Hockey World League Finals is too soon to expect a result But if it comes it will be a reaffirmation that the core is intact Playing without P Sreejesh has massive disadvantages and distinct advantages too Out of oblivion comes the duo of Suraj Karkera and Akash Chikte now confirmed as the second in line after Sreejesh In fact at Dhaka if you didn’t check the jersey numbers of the goalkeepers you wouldn’t know who was standing in the Indian goalpost Both performed at optimum levels The only thing missing was a boisterous Sreejesh holding the defence lines pushing the defenders to play up calling them back basically the generator unit that won’t let the team power out Four goals in the whole tournament is a good sign when you have two second-in-line goalkeeper juniors operating It’s the defence that makes you feel extremely positive about this team Harmanpreet Singh Surender Kumar Varun Kumar Dipsan Tirkey and even Sumit who fell back quite a bit are solid when it comes to stick work and initiating attacks Harmanpreet in the striking circle is as smooth as silk twisting and turning his stick the ball a blur On the flank while defending if he has the ball you know an attack can be created out of that position simply because the opposition cannot get the ball Against an attack Surender Kumar goes low and suddenly when a three forward unit attacks he is the safest bet who will suddenly emerge from within that wall ball on his stick His trapping rarely fails and the only blots are the dips in focus when he stands behind his own defenders Dipsan is a revelation during pressure situations He is light on his feet and can skip around when attackers have the ball avoiding penalty corners The Sundergarh boy’s asset is his flair percentage play and the understanding that if passages and channels are blocked he needs to rotate with Sardar and Harmanpreet Varun has the strength of an Ox but is fragile in his mind In the last minutes against Malaysia he did let focus drop got rattled and gave a penalty corner away But throw him into the attack with the midfield and his force is like a magnetic field pushing the opponents back As a substitute penalty corner flicker there is more to be done For all those who were busy writing off Sardar Singh since the team took him to Rio as an inside forward (probably the worst decision at the Rio Olympics) his play could take him till Tokyo Undoubtedly the opponents were not as fast as Germany Holland Spain or Belgium but Sardar showed solidity on the field He knows where to turn the ball when to pass to spot an empty channel and he understands the tempo of the game He has the skills to hold the ball till eternity His experience keeps nerves calm and the forwards have this strange telepathy with him knowing that when he clears the ball it will be to one of their sticks India’s hockey team celebrating their Asia Cup victory Image Courtesy: Twitter @TheHockeyIndia In an era of rolling substitutions Sardar is an asset and not an ‘old war horse’ Having said that those legs after playing top level hockey for more than a decade will be tested at Bhubaneshwar in the Hockey World League Finals “He brings solidity at the back and his experience is what is required against top teams” said Pakistan captain Muhammad Irfan when asked about key players in the Indian team It’s the midfield where India needs a little more support for Manpreet Singh even though Chinglensana had a terrific tournament especially that opening goal against Pakistan in the Pool game The captain is caught in two minds – attack or defend And whenever he moved up with the ball in his trademark stick extended full length style opponents have scrambled for cover But as Marijne understands this team and their strengths Manpreet’s role will evolve India needs a central midfielder like what that they had with Sardar in the 2014 World Cup and as the defence settles down in their roles Manpreet has the capability to become what Marc Delissen was with the Olympic winning 96’ and World Cup winning 98’ Dutch team At the Asia Cup Sumit impressed The Sonipat boy had played the 2017 Azlan Shah and in the match with Australia had moved with the finesse and skills of a veteran He is a stallion and can turn at will when running at high speed with the ball completely throwing the opponents off balance Outside the opposition striking circle his vision creates movements and players like Ramandeep Singh SV Sunil Akashdeep Singh and Lalit Upadhyayrely on him to switch passes which defenders feel may be going the other way For someone who played the 2016 Junior World Cup he should be hitting his peak between 2020 and 2024 “There is more work to be done” said Marijne when he was speaking about the forwards before India’s Pool match against Pakistan “They can be brilliant at times and I know we can achieve something big” In some quarters against Pakistan Korea and Malaysia India played at a speed that made their opponents dizzy But to keep playing at that level needs consistency and at the moment there are times when technically issues come in of trapping and switching play inside the striking circle When they get it together it’s like watching ghosts slip in and out of the defence Akashdeep plays like he is on thin ice small steps ball sticking to the stick like its life depended on it creates havoc when he is on a roll At times his first pass gets delayed upsetting the rhythm of the team Ramandeep and Gurjant Singhare poachers and do their job well Sunil had the energy but ran out of luck when handling the ball inside the opposition striking circle He has the speed of an Olympic one-lap runner but control deserts him at crucial junctures of a match However his experience is vital and the Indian coach would understand that with ‘ball speeds high’ Sunil is the key play maker Lalit created a mysterious world in Dhaka his stick work a joyous experience But the Varanasi boy’s strength was to hold his position and create space for others Excitement at times got the better of him and goals which should have been routine were either shot over or the pass had limited vision on it Modern hockey is all about geometry time and space The creation the split second first touch pass and the skills to open space for others Sjoerd Marijne on a much needed break now in Holland knows he has plenty of work to do and things to achieve Indian hockey for long has been devoted to tradition – the constant tussle in making the sport a spectacle or a diligent back-room robotic formula that makes for tedious but winning finishes Between the structural formula of Brasa the attacking flair of Terry Walsh the solidity of both flair and grinding it out of Oltmans Marijne doesn’t offer a mix He comes with an energy that is both exhilarating and gives the team the space to play within the confines of what wins a match Change at times is difficult arduous and demanding But it’s challenging too In Dhaka those sparks under Sjoerd Marijne were clearly visible PASADENA CALIFORNIA—The solar system has gained a new extreme object: L91 a small icy world with one of the longest known orbits taking more than 20000 years to go around the sun Researchers have yet to pin down the object’s size or mass but they can add it to the growing list of frozen bodies circling well beyond Neptune in strange orbits that imply gravitational disruptions from outside the sun and the known giant planets In the case of L91 some astronomers say that external disrupter could be a ninth giant planet as yet undiscovered However L91’s discovery team favors a scenario in which the disturbance is more mundane: a passing star or the Milky Way’s gravity “It’s right at the limit of what we can detect” said astrophysicist Michele Bannister of Queen’s University Belfast who described the result today at the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Science meeting here L91 never comes closer to the sun than 50 astronomical units (AU) or 50 times the Earth-sun distance From there it slowly crawls all the way out to 1430 AU This means it has a more elongated orbit than Sedna another distant Pluto-sized object whose closest approach is 76 AU and whose estimated far point reaches 937 AU L91 was found using the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope at Mauna Kea in Hawaii as part of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey Astronomers once thought the solar system was relatively static with the planets’ current configurations roughly unchanged since their birth in a gigantic cloud of dust and gas more than 4 billion years ago But during the past decade or so researchers have realized that planetary history is full of chaotic movements with gas giants like Jupiter and Saturn drifting inward and outward from the sun As these gargantuan masses moved their gravitational influence sent other objects careening around in some cases getting jettisoned entirely L91 is thought to be another wanderer except the ice giant Neptune might be responsible for its movements Bannister sketched a scenario in which the icy object was born with a more regular elliptical orbit Back then its closest and furthest points from the sun would have been roughly similar Over billions of years Neptune’s gravitational influence might have given it little kicks that stretched out its orbital far point all the way to the inner part of the Oort cloud—a cluster of frozen bodies thought to start 2000 or more AU from the sun Then a passing star or gravitational interactions with our Milky Way galaxy could have retracted L91’s orbit down to the less elongated but still extreme shape we see today “It’s a story that’s not implausible but I also think it’s not needed” said planetary scientist Konstantin Batygin of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) here who wasn’t part of the recent discovery His preferred explanation is gravitational tugging from Planet Nine an as-yet-unseen Neptune-sized world that he and Mike Brown another Caltech astronomer came up with in January to explain the strange stretched-out orbits of a half-dozen objects including Sedna Bannister and her team modeled scenarios in which a Planet Nine–mass world could have provided the gravitational kicks necessary to elongate L91’s orbit but found that that would have tilted L91 into a different orbit But Batygin says that galactic gravitational tugging is an inefficient process and that the Planet Nine explanation remains a less 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