Defender Winston Reid struck a goal in the final minute of injury time as the 78th ranked New Zealand drew 1-1 with the 34th ranked Slovakia, who are playing their first World Cup. Full coverage: World Cup 2010 Reid had earlier failed to stop Robert Vettek from scoring Slovakia’s first goal in a World Cup final in the 50th minute at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Phokeng near Rustenburg in South Africa.But Reid more than made up for it, striking the equaliser in the 93rd minute. [See photos of Reid’s goal]New Zealand who are appearing in a World Cup for the second time, qualified for South Africa after beating Bahrain 1-0 on aggregate in a two-legged play-off.Goalkeeper Mark Paston saved a penalty in that match to save New Zealand’s day. Benefiting from the fact that Australia is considered an Asian nation, New Zealand topped the Oceania Football Confederation Group.Netherlands beat DenmarkGermany beat AustraliaParaguay hold Italy to a 1-1 drawJapan beat CameroonSlovakia is a surprise package at this World Cup. They sent the fancied Czech Republic out of competition in Group 3 qualifiers. They have in then a star mid-fielder in Marek Hamsik and the World Cup is a perfect stage for him to show his class. World Cup in picsAnd with a penchant for causing upsets, it would not be surprising if they make it to second round like Cameroon in 1982 and Ivory Coast in 2002.The other two teams in Group F, Italy and Paraguay, played a lackluster 1-1 draw on Monday night.advertisement
Spain beat Paraguay 1-0 in the fourth quarterfinal to set up a semifinal clash with Germany in the FIFA World Cup.David Villa’s goal in the 83rd minute, set up by Andres Iniesta, sealed Paraguay’s fate.This would be Spain’s first semifinal appearance since they finished fourth in 1950.Paraguay, for whom this is the best World Cup finish, made brave attempts to score but a penalty shot missed by Oscar Cardozo in the 59th minute proved costly.Spain goalie Iker Casillas, made the villain of their loss to Switzerland, saved Cardozo’s penalty shot keeping the world No. 2 side in the Cup.Spain’s march to the QFs:lost to Switzerland 0-1beat Honduras 2-0beat Chile 2-1beat Portugal 1-0 [pics]Paraguay’s march to the QFs:drew with Italy 1-1beat Slovakia 2-0drew with New Zealand 0-0beat Japan 0-0 [5-3] [pics]Earlier, Germany beat Argentina 4-0 in the third quarterfinal. [see pics]
The Indian cricket board on Monday terminated a Rs 2,000 crore media rights contract of Nimbus and decided to encash the bank guarantee of the same amount, giving rise to apprehensions of another round of court cases.The decision was taken at a working committee meeting, presided over by N Srinivasan, president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), while the top Nimbus officials and BCCI lawyers were also present at the same hotel.The BCCI did not issue a statement after the short meeting, but officials who were present there confirmed that a decision to this effect has been taken. Nimbus paid Rs 24 crore just before the meeting in an apparent effort to delay the inevitable, but it didn’t cut ice with the BCCI officials.”Every member’s opinion was sought at the meeting, especially Arun Jaitley’s as he is a lawyer too. Everyone was of the opinion that Nimbus has been often defaulting payments and the bank guarantee should be encashed,” a top official told Mail Today. “A considered decision will be taken tomorrow and announced.”The BCCI official said that Nimbus has even delayed the payment for the five-match One-day International series against England in October and the just concluded series against the West Indies comprising Tests and ODIs.According to the four-year contract – from April 1, 2010, to March 31, 2014 – Nimbus was to pay Rs 31.50 crore each per Test, ODI and Twenty20 International played in India.When contacted, Nimbus chairman Harish Thawani said that he hasn’t heard anything from the BCCI. “We have no official word from the BCCI regarding the rumour in a section of the media, hence will not be issuing any statement today,” Thawani told Mail Today via SMS.advertisementJust before the BCCI meeting began at a five-star hotel at around 4 pm, Nimbus made the part payment. “Nimbus paid Rs 24 crore before the meeting, but this amount was not sufficient. According to the terms and conditions of the contract, Nimbus was supposed to pay 50 per cent of the amount 30 days before a series and the rest within 30 days from the end of the series,” said a BCCI official. “Even for the England ODIs, they paid the advance amount only halfway through the series.”The official explained: “The total bank guarantee of Rs 2,000 would be encashed from which the amount due to the BCCI would be deducted and the rest would be returned to Nimbus. But Nimbus will now have to sign a new contract and give a new bank guarantee, as per the contract clauses.”The BCCI official said that Thawani met Jaitley, a BCCI vicepresident and a leading lawyer, over the issue in Chennai a couple of days ago, but the stalemate couldn’t be broken.He said Nimbus had also been delaying payment and there have been issues relating to its previous contract with the BCCI – worth $ 612 million for the period March 1, 2006 and March 31, 2010.This is evident from the documents that the BCCI circulated during its working committee meeting in August. One issue was the clash of the international and domestic matches played in India, resulting in the BCCI and Nimbus disagreeing over the number of days/ matches of domestic cricket (72 days or 31 matches).A third outstanding issue related to the service tax and tax deducted at source after the union government promulgated that media rights were considered as “commercial” events and that they would come under the service tax net.The radio rights were included in the media rights of Nimbus. It was another contentious issue as there has been a dispute over the sharing of advertisement income between Nimbus and the All India Radio.In spite of the termination of its contract, Nimbus, which telecasts BCCI-organised domestic cricket tournaments through its production arm Neo, will continue to beam the next round of Ranji Trophy matches starting on Tuesday.”The Nimbus contract is separate from its production contract with the BCCI. We will continue to telecast the Ranji matches,” a top Neo official told Mail Today.
Is the big city life getting to you? Can’t wait to get away from it all? Simply Chennai has caught the travel bug too this month so give in to temptation before the good weather runs out and take the first road out. Get set and read on as we,Is the big city life getting to you? Can’t wait to get away from it all? Simply Chennai has caught the travel bug too this month so give in to temptation before the good weather runs out and take the first road out. Get set and read on as we scrounge through popular travel hubs and adventure hotspots as well as carefully hidden secrets to bring you the best weekend getaway options.The good lifeTranquebar: Once a prosperous Danish trading centre, Tran-quebar is now a laid back and calm recluse. The Tamil name of Tarangambadi literally meaning “the land of the singing waves” was rechristened Tranq-uebar after the conquest of the area by the Danes. With the crisp blue sea a short distance away, some historical places to see and beautiful resorts to relax in, Tranquebar is ideal for that laid back weekend you’ve been craving.The Dansborg fort, the new Jerusalem church, the Masilamani Nathar temple and the Tranquebar beach which looks enchanting during dawn and dusk are must visits. The Bungalow on the Beach is a resort that keeps history alive while letting you enjoy a comfortable weekend at Tranquebar.With calm waters, Tranquebar is perfect for swimming and relaxing on the beach. A large number of migratory birds visit this region as well, making it a good spot for bird watching.-Shivani Arora Fact fileGetting there: Drive down the ECR.Distance: 290 km.Stay: Bungalow on the Beach.Call: 04364 288065.Cost: Rs 1,000 to Rs 6,000.Quaint treasureYelagiri: Known for its tea estates, Yelagiri, an erstwhile colonial retreat is situated amidst the four mountains that tower over it. The quaint little town is best known for its salubrious climate throughout the year, making it a great way to beat the city heat. The Punganoor Lake, an artificial lake maintained by the Yelagiri Hill Development and Tourism Promotion Board is located at the centre of town and couples can often be seen going on slow boat rides along its stretch. The herbal park where ayurvedic and siddha plants are grown, Paran telescope from where tourists can view the green Jolarpet plains and the Velavan temple are some of the other main attractions here. Don’t forget to take a shower under the Jalagamparai water falls which are considered to be therapeutic. This beautiful hill station offers some of the best routes for trekking through reserved forests as well.advertisement-Shivani Arora Fact fileGetting there: Drive down the ECR.Distance: 290 km.Stay: Bungalow on the Beach.Call: 04364 288065.Cost: Rs 1,000 to Rs 6,000.Sheer indulgenceVivanta by Taj Fisherman’s Cove: The most enchanting beach resort on the East Coast Road since decades has been the Taj Fishermen’s Cove. Built on the ruins of an old Dutch fort, the resort has been revamped with modern facilities while still maintaining its old world charm. The renewed cottages and villas, nouvelle restaurants, high energy bar and spa all leave you feeling completely pampered. The live musicians who entertain you in the open air space as you enter are sure to lift your your spirits before you head out from the resort.The Jiva spa, the pool, the fitness centre and the sun burst bar let you unwind in style with an array of beverages, mocktails, cocktails and snacks. Take your pick from the villas and cottages which are made in the modern European and Scandinavian architecture style. Try out the multi cuisine restaurants here-they are a treat for your taste buds.-Shivani Arora Fact fileGetting there: Take the ECR road.Distance: 40 km.Call: 044 6741333.Cost: Rs 9,500 plus taxes.Coastal retreatPondicherry: Home to popular meditation centre and township, Auroville, this former French colony in Tamil Nadu is unlike any place around for miles. Located on the languorous Coramandel coast about 300 km from Bangalore, it is best reached by road. It is hot through most of the year although temperatures dip slightly in December, making that the most pleasant time to visit.Hotels for varying budgets as well as upmarket beach resorts are plenty, but rooms are limited so it is best to make reservations. Children below three years are not allowed in the ashram and photography as well as access to certain parts of the settlement is only allowed with prior permission from authorities.The 1.5 km stretch of lazy beach is the pride of the place. It is dotted with sights like the heritage town hall, a statue of Mahatma Gandhi and an old light house. There are five major shopping districts where most common purchases include cloth, pottery and aromatic non-toxic incense sticks. The hot sellers here are jams, jellies and preserves. While Indian food is available, we recommend you sample some of the European food that the region is known for. Treat yourself to some strong South Indian filter coffee after your meal.-Ayesha Aleemadvertisement Fact fileGetting there: Take a train to Villupuram and a taxi from there.Distance: 244 km.Stay: Ginger Hotel.Call: 020 66292929; gingerhotels.comCost: Rs 1,000 onward.Valley of flowersKodaikanal: One of the most popular holiday spots, Kodiakanal which is 491 km from Chennai, witnesses a number of Bangalore and Chennai natives as well as tourists from other parts of the country. Given its elevation, it is much cooler than its neighboring cities. In fact, it was set up in 1845 as a place to recover from the tropical diseases that were rampant on the plains. The rolling hills are covered with blooming flowers, meadows and grasslands. Fruit trees share space with rhodendrons, magnolias and dahlias and the valleys are dotted with towering eucalyptus trees. Cyprus and acacia are also in plenty. Cascading streams make their way past enormous rocks and waterfalls gushing forth. The Kodaikanal Lake is a popular attraction for all age groups and one can hire boats and bicycles here. At the local bazaar, woollen clothes are sold at affordable prices. Also on sale are flowers, fresh groceries, meat, snacks, handicrafts and medicinal herbs and oils. There are several hotels and restaurants here spanning a range of budgets. If you’re planning to travel during peak season which is between April and June, make hotel reservations well in advance and prepare for crowds because the place gets quite packed.-Ayesha Aleem Fact fileGetting there: Take the NH 45.Distance: 491 km.Stay: Carlton Hotel.Call: 022 26051821; krahejahospitality.comCost: Rs 8,000 onward per person.Historically yoursMahabalipuram: Beaches and temples are primarily what Mamallapuram- or Mahabalipuram as it is better known-is famous for. The erstwhile port city of the Pallava dynasty has been declared a World Heritage site and is perhaps the closest and the most popular getaway from Chennai.Once there, explore the ancient archaeological and religious sites, including the Shore temple, Arjuna’s penance, Five rathas and the Tiger’s cave. If you talk to the fishermen here, they might be willing to take you on a short boat ride into the sea, to a spot where a new temple had been found in the middle of the ocean, about a kilometre from the shore following the Tsunami disaster. However, the temple sank back underwater soon after. After a day out in the sun, relax in one of the many beach side resorts that are set up in and around Mamallapuram. The resorts here offer everything from spa services and swimming pools to adventure sports and good food. If you are a seafood freak, Moon Rakers is where you should head for a sumptuous meal. The MGM Resort which is just a few kilometres from Mamallapuram and offers facilities like a private beach, swimming pool and spa, is an ideal place to stay if you are visiting with family or colleagues.-Shivani Aroraadvertisement Fact fileGetting there: Take the ECR road.Distance: 50 km.Stay: MGM resorts.Call: 044 27472435.Cost: Rs 1,500 to RS 15,000 per night.Flying highPulicat: If you’re looking at taking a day trip from Chennai, this could be your destination. Also known as Pazhaverkadu, Pulicat is a 600-yearold historic seashore town in the Thiruvallur district of Tamil Nadu. Despite its proximity to Chennai, the landscape of the town is serene and welcoming. There are a number of monuments and lakes that make Pulicat an interesting tourist destination. The town houses a Dutch cemetery, a fort and a church on the Coromandel Coast. But the major tourist draw of the place is the Pulicat Lake. It is a shallow salt water lagoon, which stretches for about 60 kilometers along the coast. It is the second largest lagoon of India and possesses rich biodiversity. Spread over 350 square kilometers, it also has diverse aquatic reptiles, insects, birds and animals. The lake is the hub of migratory birds like flamingos. Pelicans, kingfishers, herons, painted storks, spoonbills and ducks are some of the other birds that show up every year. Fact fileGetting there: Take the NH 5.Distance: 55 km.Stay: It’s best to take a day trip from Chennai to Pulicat.Date with historySadras: History buffs can take a day trip to this interesting place. Sadras is a fortress town located along India’s Coromandel Coast in Kanchipuram District. The ancient town’s name of Chadhuranga Pattinam was too difficult for the English to pronounce and they christened it Sadras. A flourishing weaver settlement during the medieval period, Sadras became a Dutch settlement after they obtained it in 1612 from the rulers of Carnatic. The Sadras Fort, built for commercial purposes by the Dutch, is a vast compound enclosing a huge granary, stable and structures used to tame wild elephants. Unfortunately only one of these structures remains. The Sadras Fort also encloses some picturesque tombs with intricate engravings. The NGO Art & Architecture Research Development Education Foundation in collaboration with the Embassy of Netherlands is currently constructing a museum at Sadras. Once you’ve explored the nooks and crannies of the fort, laze around on the sandy beaches of Sadras. Fact fileGetting there: Drive down ECR.Distance: 69 km.Stay: Take a day trip.Adrenaline rushTrek to Nagala Hills: Chennai might come across as a city of peace-loving, happy and docile folk but dig in just a little bit deeper and you’ll find the wild side of this otherwise quaint city. City-based Chennai Trekking Club’s trips-especially their trekking trip to the Nagala hills, less than 100 kms from the city-belongs to this category. The Nagala Hill Range located in Andhra Pradesh is best known for the Tada Falls and the scenic drive that it provides for those driving up to Tirupathi from the city. But the fouryear old club founded by trekking enthusiasts in the city, ventured out to explore the hills and have now established trekking routes that are suitable for both the serious trekker as well as for those looking for just a quite day out in nature’s lap. The harder treks last at least two days and one night; trekkers climb through the shrub forest and rock slopes of the hills to reach various vantage points across the ranges, where they can bask in the glorious views and take a dip in the natural water bodies that are enclosed within the hills.Full-fledged treks can even begin on the southern side of the hills and end on the northern side, near the Tada falls. Trekkers are advised to bring essential equipments necessary for camping overnight and most vantage points are located near the various natural pools inside the hills, which have been creatively named by members of the CTC as ‘First pool’, ‘Magic Pool’, ‘Dead-end pool’ (where the only way to get across is to swim) and so on. -Sibi Arasu Fact fileGetting there: Take Chennai-Tirupathi road.Distance: 94 km.Stay: Set up your own camp.Contact: chennaitrekkers.orgJungle bookMudumalai Wildlife reserve: A refreshing change from hectic city life, here’s your chance to feel at one, not just with nature but also the other species that inhabit this place. Mudumalai wildlife reserve is a 321 sq. km. sanctuary on the northwestern side of the Nilgiri Hills. Now also declared a Tiger Reserve, Mudumalai, which means ‘first hills’, is one of the first wildlife reserves established in India and is divided into five ranges- Masinagudi(in Karnataka), Theppakadu, Mudumalai, Kargudi and Nellakota. Separated from the Bandipur National Park by river Moyar, this reserve has varied terrain, made up of hills, valleys, ravines, watercourses and swamps. Langurs, bonnet macaque, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, and elephants, amongst many others, can be found amidst Mudumalai’s verdant forests. The sanctuary also boasts a rich birdlife that includes species like Malabar trogon, Grey hornbill, crested hawk eagle, crested serpent eagle and King Vultures besides some equally exotic migratory water birds.-Humra Afroz Fact fileGetting there: Drive on NH 212 then take the NH 67.Distance: 578 km.Stay: Safari Land Farm.Call: 9442082661.Cost: Rs 1800 per night plus taxeWild encountersYercaud: Located amidst the sholai forests at an altitude of 1500 metres in the Shervaroy hills of the Eastern ghats, Yercaud is a popular hill station near Salem in Tamil Nadu. The town gets its name from the lake located at its centre- Yeri meaning lake and Kaa-du’ meaning forest in Tamil. Yercaud is known for its coffee plantations and orange groves and also has an orchidarium run by the Botanical Survey of India. The Servarayan temple which is located at the highest point of Yercaud hills gives the range the name of Shervaroy hills. The original forests continue to be the beauty of Yercaud where a lot of wildlife can also be spotted. The Yercaud lake which is surrounded by forests, ‘the Ladies seat’-a spot from where a view of the hill station can be seen, Killiyur water falls, Bear’s cave and Pagoda point are must-visit places while visiting the hill station.-Shivani Arora Fact fileGetting there: Take Yercaud Express from Chennai to Salem.Distance: 358 km.Stay: Sterling resorts.Call: 0877 2237773.Cost: Rs 1,500 onward per night.
Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Harish Rawat is set to turn up the political heat in Uttarakhand when he visits Dehradun on Sunday – his first to the state after he rebelled against the party for choosing Vijay Bahuguna as the chief minister over him.Although Rawat is coming to release a book on the Congress, his visit is significant as 11 Congress MLAs loyal to him are yet to take oath as legislators and the Speaker’s election is slated for Monday.”Yes, he will be in Dehradun to attend a book release function,” party spokesperson Surender Kumar said.Although the 11 MLAs can vote in the Speaker’s election even if they don’t take oath, it will be a test for the Bahuguna-led government as the possibility of the rebel MLAs defying the party whip is real.That would come as a huge setback to the Congress government and it could clear the way for the BJP, which is planning to put up a candidate, to get its nominee elected.Besides the Speaker’s election, the BJP is also eyeing the vote of confidence on March 29 and the Rajya Sabha election on March 30 to embarrass the Congress in the hill state.Due to infighting in the Congress, there is apprehension in the BJP that the Congress could poach its MLAs. As a precautionary exercise, the BJP secretly moved its newly-elected MLAs to Ujjain.
World badminton will lose some of its sheen after Peter Gade and Taufiq Hidayat hang their boots. Gade has already declared that it will be his last year on international circuit while Taufiq will take a call after the Olympics.Both Gade and Taufiq are here for the India Open Super Series and would test their game for the London Olympics. All these years, they have been a force against the Chinese.”The game will not be the same after Gade’s retirement. I was talking to him about that,” Taufiq of the veteran Danish player.”Chinese players are still dominating. There are not enough from other countries to challenge them,” he said.Gade felt the next few years will be interesting for word badminton. “I am going out and then there is Taufiq, Lin Dan, Lee Chong Wei, Boonsak. They will not be there for long either and there will a whole generation change. The field will be open for the youngsters to come up and take the mantle.”I have been thinking about quitting for a long time and my body is telling me that every day. You keep on pushing yourself but you can’t do that always,” said Gade, who reached the final of the inaugural India Open super Series last year and is seeded second this year.”I have good memories of playing in India. I will be looking to give it all one last time in the Olympics. I will use this event as a preparation for the Olympics, to get a feel of my game.”advertisement
Pranab Mukherjee gives away awards as Aroon Purie looks on (Photo: Reuben Singh)Microsoft has trained several youngsters at a centre in Bihar in computer and mobile repair. Standard Chartered has funded blindness cures in Mumbai’s biggest slum, Dharavi. Firstsource has set up a rural BPO in a small village in Madhya,Pranab Mukherjee gives away awards as Aroon Purie looks on (Photo: Reuben Singh)Microsoft has trained several youngsters at a centre in Bihar in computer and mobile repair. Standard Chartered has funded blindness cures in Mumbai’s biggest slum, Dharavi. Firstsource has set up a rural BPO in a small village in Madhya Pradesh, providing jobs to over 200 people. They were three of the 12 winners at the Aaj Tak Care Awards, organised by TV Today Network (TVTN) in Delhi on June 6.The award winners (Photo: Reuben Singh)Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, who gave away the awards, said he saw great hope in the growing trend of corporate philanthropy. “These awards compliment the super achievers, not only for creating wealth but also contributing to society at large,” he said. India Today Group Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie called the awards inspirational, adding, “They say TV only focuses on what’s wrong with the community. These awards are the good news.” A jury of eminent citizens made the final cut. It comprised author and consultant Gurcharan Das, sociologist Dipankar Gupta, Executive Director of India Today Group’s learning division-Learn Today Arun Kapur, social activist Sandeep Pandey, environmentalist Rajendra Singh and Fortis Group Chairman Ashok Seth. “We looked at companies that have gone beyond their corporate objectives and laid an emphasis on the improvement of society as their larger objective,” said Joy Chakraborthy, CEO of TVTN. Rowdy Rathore Akshay Kumar provided the light touch, making an appearance to the sound of applause. “In my heart, I would love to do something about sports,” he said to the audience which had, among others, Congress MP Mohammad Azharuddin, BJP MP Kirti Azad and BJP MP and national spokesman Syed Shahnawaz Hussain. The awards were presented by Amrapali Group.advertisement
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