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League (PSL) title in the UAE.Sheikh who is a member of the PCB’s board of governors isknown to use harsh words against former players in the pastbut failed to give a satisfactory answer when reminded thatthe same PCB had appointed Wasim as brand ambassador for PSL PTI The ball zipped through the covers — or what passed for them anyway in a patch of green of a Hamburg suburb — amidst a smattering of applause from the sidelines Safiullah Ahmadzai the author of the stroke ambled to the middle of the field to exchange words with the non-striking batsman It was just another four in a game of social cricket that Saturday afternoon Ahmadzai 19 oozed casual confidence far in excess of the kind on display by many of the other weekend players; but befitting his pedigree as a member of last year’s German Under-19 cricket team At least five other Afghanis were among the 20 men on the field Most were refugees from a war-torn country where cricket has seeped so deep into national culture that coming dressed up in white on a sunny day in Hamburg and throwing a ball around is a little bit like feeling at home again Safiullah Ahmadzai Ahmadzai — Safi to friends and teammates — is one of the young men who was wrenched from his homeland in Kandahar Afghanistan and moved to Germany in 2013 in search of a better safer life But life could be barely be considered complete without his beloved sport When a social worker at one of the refugee shelters asked him what his hobbies were the answer was simple A few internet searches later he arrived at the THCC Rot-Gelb a multi-sport club in a leafy neighbourhood of Hamburg “I was so surprised they played here” he said between nets sessions one Friday evening “I was really happy” By the time he arrived it had been several months since he’d felt the warm hug of gloves or heard the sweet crackle of willow on leather “Of course I missed it” he said “I was lucky I found this club So many people are interested to play but don’t know where they can go” Last year Ahmadzai played for the Under-19 national German team; one that had six other Afghans in it The team played against Belgium Luxembourg Switzerland and France with Ahmadzai coming in as a middle-order bat “It was a big moment” he said of his selection having not made the team the previous year “I didn’t expect it” Ahmadzai will turn 20 this September a thin medium-height young man with piercing green eyes and a sliver of beard running along the edge of his face Asked whether he was a bowler or batsman he didn’t hesitate to respond “An all-rounder” he said “I do everything” In a country where football is the national religion the minority faith of cricket has been steadily accruing followers with the refugee influx Steve Aplin one of the coaches and senior players in the club team said it was a combination of a large number of Afghan refugees and a wider Internet presence that helped send the club’s numbers from about 50 people at the end of 2012 to more than 100 now The group — a motley bunch of different nationalities including a West Indian Indians Pakistanis Australians and Britishers — trains twice a week with the season beginning in April Ahmadzai now simply plays cricket but it took a different kind of risk-assessment game to get here “It’s like playing with your life” he said of the long and trying journey from Afghanistan He arrived here three years ago navigating dangerous terrains his safety in the hands of a smuggler Parting with USD 14000 to attempt this flight with no guarantees of anything he along with seven other young men managed to get until Russia legally and then up to Germany without any documents Later the smuggler tore up his passport “We took vehicles or we walked we were in jungles most of the time” he said He originally hoped to flee to Australia because of the strong cricket culture but the distance and dangers involved were far greater so he picked Germany Arriving with nothing but a small bag and the clothes on his back he entered the country for all practical purposes a stateless person Technically he is still a stateless one He has played for the national team but is yet to officially get a passport So when he travelled to play he had to get special permission to leave and re-enter the country “It is strange” he said of the situation “With football it might have been different” Now he lives in a shared residential facility with others and is applying for jobs as an apprentice in the field of retail management Living on an initial monthly government cash allowance of 143 Euros putting together equipment was a task “This bat” he said lifting it for me to see “cost me 60 euros” Although originally more than double the price he managed to get the new bat at a good price from a friend Later that afternoon he came in to bowl his black beaded chain flapping against his collarbone and a loose delivery sailed over the batsman’s head nearly decapitating him “Scheisse” he exclaimed in German and then apologised to the batsman When he went off to field near point he commandeered fielders and indulged in light banter from time to time “Come a little bit forward” he told another Afghan in Hindi Later he let fly some sharp words after a fumble in the field in what sounded like Pashto In any case it certainly sounded annoyed So he speaks four languages: English Pashto Hindi German apart of course from the kinesthetic one of leg glances and square cuts Like most other Afghanis he learnt Hindi from the movie channels and cricket from the sports channels admiring people like AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli and closer home Mohammad Shahzad “Earlier we used to support other teams” he said “but now we have our own national team” Cricket has exploded in the past decade in war-torn Afghanistan its national team making a serious bid for future relevancy its stadiums flowing with spectators Even the dour Taliban its joyless ambitions notwithstanding has never interrupted the natural growth of the game and in fact even threw its weight behind the team Now people like Ahmadzai are bringing their cricketing ambitions to the land of football Last year he was player of the season at the local club Next month he will go for the selections of the new Under 19 team “I love it” he said “My biggest dream is to keep playing” Mumbai:It will not be feasible to shift IPL matches out of Pune the BCCI told the Bombay High Court on Wednesday while stating that franchises of Mumbai and Pune teams are willing to contribute Rs five crore towards the Chief Minister’s drought relief fund The BCCI spelt out its stand before a bench of Justices V M Kanade and M S Karnik hearing a PIL by NGO Loksatta Movement challenging use of large quantities of water in stadiums at a time when the state was reeling under severe drought conditions BCCI’s counsel Rafiq Dada also told the high court that the cricket board is ready to supply over 60 lakh litres of non-potable water to drought-hit areas in Maharashtra free of cost He said the water will be supplied in support with Royal Western India Turf Club (RWITC) Mumbai Cricket Association and Maharashtra Cricket Association Pune’s venue for the IPL AP "It would not be feasible to shift matches out of Pune as it will disturb the Pune team’s brand value and economic balance" he said The franchises of Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiants are willing to contribute Rs five crore to the CM’s drought relief fund Dada said Pune team franchise’s senior counsel Janak Dwarkadas told the court "We have already invested a lot of money Shifting matches at this stage will not only affect the finances but if the home team’s game is shifted to another state it will lose support" Dada conceded this argument and said over Rs 30 crores have been invested by the franchises for holding the matches in their respective home cities He said during the T20 World Cup held recently nine qualifying mathes were held in Nagpur but at that time nobody raised a hue and cry about water wastage Dwarkadas also told the court that considering the situation in Maharashtra the Pune franchise has already given an undertaking to BCCI that it will give monetary support to the CM’s drought relief fund and also help in transferring water to the drought-hit areas Acting Advocate General Rohit Deo appearing for Maharashtra government said that if drinking water is not being misused then the government has nothing against the IPL He also said that the government would not be in favour of shifting the IPL matches out of Maharashtra if non-potable water is being used to maintain the pitches "Is any sport so sinful or pernicious that it should be sent to another state" Deo asked Meanwhile the petitioner’s lawyer D H Mehta said the only solution is to shift matches out of Maharashtra He said paying compensation and supplying water is not a solution In the past also IPL tournament has been shifted out of India to South Africa he said "What is more important commercial loss or human loss" he further said The high court had yesterday asked the BCCI whether it could shift IPL matches out of Pune in view of the grim water crisis in Maharashtra even as the cricket board said it would procure treated sewage water for maintenance of pitches in Mumbai and Pune The judges had also asked the board whether it can contribute to the CM’s drought relief fund As the BCCI said it had supplied 40 lakh litres of water to stadiums per day for IPL tournaments so far the judges had asked whether it was ready to supply the same quantity to water-starved villages in and around Pune Nine Indian Premier League (IPL) matches have been slotted in Pune and eight in Mumbai where the opening match was held on April 9 at Wankhede stadium here the BCCI’s counsel had earlier told the court Three matches are slated to be held in Nagpur and IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab has agreed to shift them to Mohali or elsewhere if the HC tells it he said Tokyo:The international community must remain united and enforce sanctions against North Korea after its repeated launch of ballistic missiles Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe said in an editorial published in the New York Times on Sunday File image of Japan prime minister Shinzo Abe AFP Abe’s editorial was published before world leaders gather in New York for a United Nations General Assembly meeting this week where North Korea’s ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programmes are expected to loom large over proceedings North Korea launched a missile over Japan on Friday its second in the past three weeks and conducted its sixth and by far most powerful nuclear test on 3 September in defiance of international pressure Such tests are in violation of UN Security Council resolutions and show that North Korea can now target the United States or Europe Abe said Diplomacy and dialogue will not work with North Korea and concerted pressure by the entire international community is essential to tackle the threats posed by North Korea Abe wrote A week ago the 15-member UN Security Council unanimously adopted its ninth sanctions resolution since 2006 over North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes Written by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 25 2012 5:01 am Related News Ten days ahead of the swearing-in ceremony for the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA)the Nepali-speaking people of the Terai and Dooars feel cheated as they have not been included in the GTA The Nepali-speaking population in the area has threatened a strike after the swearing-in ceremony if the state government does not include the mouzas where the Nepali-speaking population is higher than Adivasi people Jhon Barlarebel Adivasi leadersaid? FCC units are standard installations widely used in oil refineries for converting the heaviest components of crude oil into useful products such as motor fuel.both came to Jammu where they hired a room at Barani to open their office. The prime minister said he will be delighted to work with Kovind.” a source from the film’s unit told IANS. Had that UTI been around,16 crore out of allocated budget of Rs 3.’ “Ash is four months pregnant and it was during April when Madhur Bhandarkar had first approached her formally for the film. Umesh? Ashwin ensured he?

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