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It is all precautionary measures The dress code is indicative; outside the hallthey can wear anythingbut not inside But they should be properly and decently dressed I am a liberal and have no problem with the dress code but then they need to give an undertaking that if any indecent incident happensI will not be held responsible?or bow hair accessories — designers are working magic with knotted surprises in their latest?wicket apiece so far in the second innings.Rangana Herath got the first breakthrough by bowling opener David Warner for one with the total on two Warner was dismissed without scoring in the first innings?Bad weather could also prevent a result in the match with more than three sessions already lost in the match.Earlier batsman Kusal Mendis made 176 to lift Sri Lanka from a precarious position to a more commanding one Sri Lanka was trailing Australia by 86 runs in the first innings and slumped to 86-4 before Mendis turned the innings around LIVE SCORECARD: Sri Lanka vs Australia Sri Lanka vs Australia: As it happened 1456 hrs IST:Rangana Herath picks up final wicket to anchor Sri Lanka to famous win at Pallekele 1452 hrs IST: And another catch goes down 1450 hrs IST: This would be Sri Lanka’s only second win over Australia in the longest format 1446 hrs IST: Last manJosh Hazlewood is out in the middle 1445 hrs IST:WICKET Finally Silva’s spin gets SL the much needed breakthrough as Nevill goes for 9 and Aus 161/9 1440 hrs IST: Less than 33 overs left in the day’s play 1435 hrs IST: A bit tossed up this time from Herath but that’s another dot delivery 1430 hrs IST: What’s happening at Pallekele the umpire gave that one out but overturned 1425 hrs IST: The reviews are replenished after the new ball has been taken 1420 hrs IST:Huge edge Huge huge edge Taken at short leg SL cannot believe that they don’t have a review 1412 hrs IST: Perera continuing now after the drinks break 1408 hrs IST:Time for drinks Those dark clouds seem to have left us 1406 hrs IST: Another big shout and appealed turned down… Gritty stuff from these two batsmen 1402 hers IST: Meanwhile this stand 4 off 101 balls 1400 hrs IST: Herath is back with the ball in his hands and looking at the whether even Sri Lanka don’t have time to waste at their disposal 1354 hrs IST: Another maiden from Sri lanka bowlers 1352 hrs IST: A maiden from Pradeep and Australia still struggling at 161/8 1350 hrs IST:Some dark clouds approaching 1345 hrs IST: So some fast bowling on the cards now as Nuwan Pradeep is introduced for the first time in the day 1340 hrs IST: KBW appeals are coming in bulk from Sri Lanka… Terrific bowling 1335 hrs IST: Silva is brought back into the attack 1330 hrs IST: And the Lankan bowlers are asking question with every delivery 1325 hrs IST: FOUR Nevill is gathering as many runs as he can… Australia 161/8 1320 hrs IST: This is an absolute beauty of spin bowling from Sri Lanka 1312 hrs IST: And the on-field decision sustains 1310 hrs IST: Another loud shout and the umpire is going upstairs 1309 hrs IST: That was a catch and he almost got there 1308 hrs IST: And in comes Steve O’ Keefe and he is the injured soldier of the Aussie batting 1307 hrs IST:WICKET Nathan Lyon on his way and Sandakan picks up another one… Australia 157/8 1305 hrs IST: A loud appeal from Sandakan and umpire raises his finger and Lyon has gone upstairs 1300 hrs ITS: FOUR A rare bad delivery from Herath and Nevill strokes that one away to cow corner for a four with authority 1258 hrs IST: That was was outside off stump as Lyon gets a single 1256 hrs IST: Australia go past 150 1255 hrs IST: Fielder in the deep but falls on the bounce in front of Karunaratane 1254 hrs IST: This is really good cricket from Sri Lanka 1250 hrs IST: Meanwhile catch goes down 1245 hrs IST: Lyon has the best Test score of 40… If he gets near to that also it would help Australia in this run-chase 1235 hrs IST: We are back with live action and Nathan Lyon is the new man in 1210 hrs IST: Australia go into lunch struggling at 141/7 (Herath 4/49) 1206 hrs IST: That was a huge blow for Australia as the tail has been exposed now 1205 hrs IST:WICKET Herath gets the big fish traps Smith in front… Australia in trouble at 140/6 1159 hrs IST: Steve Smith is still at the crease but you can’t take away the credits from Sandakan 1157 hrs IST: The finger has gone up but Steve Smith thinks that he has totally missed the ball… It seems he has missed it and should be a good review 1155 hrs IST: Peter Neville has come in and Herath is in best of his foms 1154 hrs IST: And that was a review worth-ed as everything fell in Lanka’s favour 1153 hrs IST:WICKET Herath gets Mitchell Marsh as he traps Marsh in front of the stumps… Aus 139/5 1151 hrs IST: A huge shout for LBW but umpire has turned it down and Mathews goes updstairs straight away 1150 hrs IST: A quick single there from Smith but Pradeep was a bit lazy in collecting that one standing at mid off 1144 hrs IST: Big edge from Smith but falling short of Cover 1140 hrs IST:FIFTY Skipper Steve Smith completes his half century with a single… Australia 134/4 1135 hrs IST: It’s becoming easy for Aussies as they are able to pick easy singles 1130 hrs IST: And Steve Smith is the key in this innings as he has the ability to anchor the batting line up 1128 hrs IST: De Silva is replacing Sandakan 1124 hrs IST: FOUR Another one from Mitchell Marsh… Australia 119/4 1121 hrs IST: FOUR Good clean hit from Marsh for a boundary 1120 hrs IST: Steve Smith goes across and gets a couple and that’s a good technique 1117 hrs IST: Interesting to see that Sandakan’s end has been changed 1114 hrs IST: Perera is in with his off-spin replacing Sandakan 1113 hrs IST: FOUR That was a nice straight shot from Mitchell Marsh to release some pressure from him… Australia 104/4 1110 hrs IST: A silly point is in for Marsh 1108 hrs IST: Sandakan is right on the money and another loud appeal for LBW but turned down 1107 hrs IST: A play and a miss for Mitchell Marsh 1106 hrs IST: and that was a bizarre way to get back in the hut for Voges 1105 hrs IST: Mitchell Marsh is in next 1104 hrs IST: WICKET Yes the third umpire feelsVoges gives that one straight back to Herath… Australia 96/4 Herath with the first wicket of the day in bizarre circumstances #SLvAUS pictwittercom/yRu6W08RU6 — cricketcomau (@CricketAus) 30 July 2016 1102 hrs IST: That looks like Herath has given that early wicket to home side… Voges looks to be in trouble 1100 hs IST: The umpire are having a chat whether that was a catch or not and they have gone upstairs 1059 hrs IST: FOUR Nice shot from Smith just waiting for that turn… Aus 96/3 1057 hrs IST: That got some turn and Steve Smith was left in some spot of bother 1055 hrs IST: Some close in fielders there at first slip silly point and short leg… Australia 92/3 1049 hrs IST: Herath does well to get a hand on it 1045 hrs IST: Both Smith and Voges need to get their eye in because the spinners are getting some real help from the track 1042 hrs IST: Herath will bowl the second over of the day from Media box end 1040 hrs IST: “Exaggerated” turn there from the debut left-arm bowler 1035 hrs IST: We are underway with live action and here are the first runs of the day 1025 hrs IST: There is more rough in the line of stumps… Spinners have a role to play for Sri Lanka 1020 hrs IST: As this tweet suggests and surely this is quite correct as the match is evenly poised It will be a shame if the #SLvAus Test at Pallekele ends in a draw because of bad weather It is turning out to be a perfect Test match — Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) 30 July 2016 1000 hrs IST:The square covers are off Still lingering about in the outfield which makes sense In the V #SLvAUS http://tco/2SPIBIsmCj — cricketcomau (@CricketAus) 30 July 2016 0945 hrs IST: It appears the covers are slowly coming off the ground 0932 hrs IST: The day’s play has been delayed due to rain Rain slightly heavier now and more covers are out Frustrating We’ll let you know when a restart is likely #SLvAUS pictwittercom/YCFn77ggjm — cricketcomau (@CricketAus) 30 July 2016 0927 hrs IST: Surely some overcast conditions but for now rain has stopped 0925 hrs IST: Little bit of drizzle there in Kandy as the covers are on the pitch BUILD UP Sri Lanka vs Australia: Australia toddle chasing 268 on Day4 Spinners accounted for three of Australia’s top order wickets to put Sri Lanka in command of the first Test on Friday as the tourists chasing 268 to win reached 83 for three at tea on the fourth day Kusal Mendis’ unbeaten 169 pulls hosts out oftrouble Kusal Mendis’ maiden test hundred pulled Sri Lanka out of trouble as they reached 282 for six when bad light brought an early close to the third day of the first test against Australia Mendis was 169 not out at the close off 243 deliveries He batted for five hours and hit 20 boundaries and a six against off spinner Nathan Lyon to bring up his century For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: February 15 2017 12:49 pm Grant Hackett’s father told a local newspaper that his son needed help and could only be contained by the police (Source: Reuters file) Top News Australian long distance swimming great Grant Hackett was arrested and detained by police in the Gold Coast on Wednesday after a “breakdown” at his parents’ home local media reported The troubled triple Olympic champion’s father told local newspaper the Gold Coast Bulletin that he had called the police so his 36-year-old son could be given help “Grant’s got a medical problem and it manifested itself here this morning… he was raving and ranting a bit” Neville Hackett told the paper “He’s been receiving treatment from a doctor He’s big and powerful when he’s not happy We decided he needed some treatment but there was no way he was going to go and get treatment this morning so we called the police “The only way the police can do anything under the law of the land is to arrest him for domestic violence” Neville Hackett said the swimmer had not made any threats but was not “what you say is a normal person” Local broadcaster Channel Seven posted video footage of Hackett being driven to a local police station in handcuffs A Queensland Police spokesman said a man had been arrested “following a disturbance at a Surfer’s Avenue address at Mermaid Waters around midday” Grant Hackett’s agent was unavailable for comment Hackett won 1500 metres gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics and at Athens in 2004 before retiring after the 2008 Games in Beijing where he won silver in the event The 10-times world champion returned to the pool last year to make an unsuccessful bid to qualify for the Rio Olympics He was questioned by airport police in Melbourne last April after an altercation with a passenger on a flight He said he had been binge drinking in the wake of his Olympic disappointment and publicly apologised Hackett has previously struggled with prescription drug problems and admitted he became dependent on a sleep medication The swimmer flew to the United States in 2014 to spend time in a rehab centre after he was spotted topless and disoriented in the lobby of a Melbourne casino For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: June 24 2016 1:40 pm Eugenie Bouchard down at 48th in the rankings after reaching number five in 2014 is still only 22-years-old (Source: Reuters) Top News Former Wimbledon runner-up Eugenie Bouchard’s slide down the tennis rankings had nothing to do with any eating disorder the Canadian said on Thursday The whole issue was down to a misunderstanding she said Tipped for the very top when she reached the Wimbledon final in 2014 Bouchard endured an alarming loss of form in 2015 and suffered a freak accident at the US Open when she slipped in a locker room and suffered a head injury A subsequent court case with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and a change of coach and management company hardly helped her focus Then the rumours began of an eating disorder “I never said I had an eating disorder — I don’t have one and never have” she said in an interview with broadcaster ESPN “That was something I was disappointed to see I was describing how I would be nervous before matches and have trouble eating which has happened to me since I was eight years old and playing tournaments “It definitely happened more frequently in 2015 but now I am less concerned about what people think “Now I worry about me and I can eat a lot” Bouchard down at 48th in the rankings after reaching number five in 2014 is still only 22-years-old After experiencing a career’s worth of highs and lows in such a short period of time she has now changed her approach “What I learned the most last year was to look out for myself and do what’s best for me; not worry about what people think or say” she said “I was living with a lot of pressure and expectations “Now I’ve adopted a go-for-it attitude Life is short and the career super short and I want to enjoy it I took a step back and looked at the big picture: it’s tennis I love it — it’s a beautiful game — so I want to enjoy it” Bouchard has not enjoyed the best preparation for Wimbledon however — losing to lowly-ranked Belgian Elise Mertens in Den Bosch and winning only one match in Mallorca a week later At Eastbourne there were some encouraging signs although she was well beaten by Agnieszka Radwanska “I had results that I wasn’t satisfied with so coming into this week I really kind of kicked myself in the butt told myself to go after it not have any regrets” she said “I live an amazing life so I just kind of want to make the most of it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 20 2013 5:12 am Related News After the recent bird-poaching case at the Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuarythe forest department has scheduled arms-training programme for the forest personnel here in the first week of May The personnel will receive training from the Surendranagar police Nal Sarovar is Gujarats only Ramsar site Ramsar sites are wetlands of international importancedesignated under the Ramsar Conventionan international agreement signed in Ramsar (Iran) in 1971which provides for the conservation and good use of wetlands The watchmen carry knivesforesters and beat-guards carry 12-bore guns and range officers carry revolvers But we want to train them to use these weapons? 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