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Pacers can relax if you have bowlers like R Ashwin, R Jadeja: Mohammed Shami

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first_img Next Pacers can relax if you have bowlers like R Ashwin, R Jadeja: Mohammed ShamiMohammed Shami, who bagged his fifth five-wicket haul on Day 5 of the Vizag Test to help India beat South Africa, heaped rich praise on Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja for their efforts throughout the match.advertisement Indo-Asian News Service VisakhapatnamOctober 6, 2019UPDATED: October 6, 2019 22:24 IST Mohammed Shami bagged his fifth five-wicket haul in Vizag Test. (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSShami hailed the efforts of Ashwin and Jadeja after India defeated South AfricaShami exploited the conditions on offer on the fifth day to the fullest by snaring five wicketsShami also hailed India captain Virat Kohli for giving the bowlers freedom to decide the length of their spellsSpeedster Mohammed Shami hailed the efforts of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja after India defeated South Africa by 203 runs in the first Test here on Sunday.Shami exploited the conditions on offer on the fifth day to the fullest by snaring five wickets while Jadeja bagged four.Ashwin may have taken just one wicket in the second innings but had picked up seven in the first. In the process, he equaled Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan to become the fastest to 350 Test wickets in 66 matches.”Ashwin has a lot of Test cricket experience, and bowled very well in both the first and second innings,” Shami said on Star Sports’ Cricket Live program after the match.”When you have great bowlers like Ashwin and Jadeja in the team, the fast bowlers can breathe easy and relax, knowing that they are there,” the pacer said.Shami also hailed India captain Virat Kohli for giving the bowlers freedom to decide the length of their spells.”Virat Kohli as a captain always hears us out and gives us the freedom to follow our strategy during the match. He has given us the freedom to take a call on whether we want to bowl 5 overs or 7 overs or more — he says ‘if you have the power, go ahead and bowl’. That’s when we take a call that we will bowl three overs but with full power… That’s the understanding we have. He trusts us, and we trust him,” Shami said.Also Read | I have protected myself with a shield around me: Rohit Sharma on dealing with negativityAlso Read | We know what a fresh Mohammed Shami can do after some biryani: Rohit SharmaAlso See:advertisementFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow India vs South AfricaFollow Mohammed Shamilast_img read more

Tyndall National Institute staff to picket over pay

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first_imgNot only is there a considerable pay gap with counterparts in UCC but that gap is going to widen as increments are paid to the other university staff. This dispute can be resolved if the departments of Education and Public Expenditure and Reform are willing to put forward concrete measures to address the widening pay gap.The SIPTU members involved include researchers, engineers, administration, technical and IT staff.The Irish Federation of University Teachers (IFUT) is also involved in the dispute,  but its members will not be placing an official picket due to procedural reasons, said SIPTU.It expects that IFUT members will support the SIPTU picket. The SIPTU members will picket at the five entrances to the Tyndall Institute, which is not part of the UCC main campus.Read: Staff to picket UCC’s Tyndall Institute tomorrow over pay dispute> STAFF AT THE Tyndall National Institute at University College Cork are due to picket this morning over pay concerns.The SIPTU members are to place pickets at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork (UCC) from 7am to 6pm today.The union said that their dispute concerns a pay inequity which they claim exists between a large number of Tyndall employees and their counterparts doing the same or similar work on UCC main campus.It says that the difference in pay is of the order of 10 per cent to 20 per cent.SIPTU Sector Organiser, Louise O’Reilly, commented:last_img read more