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Apparently the scheme originated in 1983,an auto-rickshaw driver allegedly attempted to rape a five-year-old girl at Por, The writer is managing editor,The Financial Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Leicester City’s Premier League title defence got off to a dismal start as crisis-club Hull clinched a 2-1 win over the champions while the Pep Guardiola era at Manchester City started with a dramatic 2-1 victory against Sunderland on Saturday’s opening day Three months on from their 5000-1 fairytale title triumph Leicester fell to Scottish winger Robert Snodgrass’s 57th-minute strike after Riyad Mahrez had cancelled out Adama Diomande’s opener Leicester’s stumble was followed by an equally gripping encounter at Eastlands where new City manager Guardiola enjoyed some good fortune in his first Premier League match Sergio Aguero’s early penalty for City was erased by Jermain Defoe’s second-half equaliser before an 87th-minute own goal from debutant Paddy McNair gifted the points to Guardiola’s side despite their inconsistent display Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero scores the opening goal from the penalty spot AFP "The first games are always difficult Sometimes you are little lucky" Guardiola said "We should have been a bit more aggressive but these things have to happen to get better in the next game" Leicester are the first defending English champions to start the campaign with a defeat since 1989 when Arsenal lost at Manchester United and boss Claudio Ranieri admitted it was a sign of the tough campaign ahead "I told my players this season will be harder than last season" said Ranieri whose side lost only three times last season "For this reason I told them we must be very strong together because last season we showed ourselves as a very good team and we need to repeat that" Leicester went behind in first-half stoppage time at the KCOM Stadium when Kasper Schmeichel parried Curtis Davies’s header and Diomande and Abel Hernandez launched themselves at the loose ball Both men attempted an overhead volley; Hernandez made contact first but the ball flicked off Diomande’s foot and flashed into the net Mahrez equalised from the penalty spot in the 47th minute after Tom Huddlestone clipped Demarai Gray from behind although replays showed the foul occurred outside the box But 10 minutes later Hull secured victory when Danny Simpson could only partially clear Ahmed Elmohamady’s cross and Snodgrass thrashed the loose ball home Hull are without a permanent manager following Steve Bruce’s resignation last month and had just 13 senior players in their match-day squad "It was great to see the team and staff all pull together and surprise so many people" said caretaker manager Mike Phelan Lamela rescues Spurs After trophy-laden spells with Barcelona and Bayern Munich Guardiola quickly put his stamp on City with debuts for new signings John Stones and Nolito and a surprise decision to replace goalkeeper Joe Hart with Willy Caballero Guardiola’s debut began in ideal fashion when Raheem Sterling won a fourth-minute penalty after a foul by Patrick van Aanholt Argentina forward Aguero drove in the spot-kick but Sunderland equalised in the 71st minute Jack Rodwell slipped a pass through the heart of the City defence to Defoe who slotted past Caballero That set the stage for a late flurry of City pressure which culminated in former Manchester United defender McNair heading a Jesus Navas cross into his own net from close-range Meanwhile Erik Lamela equalised to earn Tottenham — last season’s third-place team — a 1-1 draw at Everton Ross Barkley gave Everton managed by new boss Ronald Koeman a fifth-minute lead at Goodison Park with a free-kick that eluded everyone and curled into the net Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris limped off with a hamstring injury in the 35th minute But Lamela equalised in the 59th minute with a header from Kyle Walker’s cross "The first half was difficult for us and we did not play well" Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said "Lloris got injured and that was a big impact on us In the second half we played as we usually play" Koeman added: "I think it’s a fair result I’m very pleased about our first performance against a very good team" Meanwhile Swansea won 1-0 at promoted Burnley courtesy of an 82nd-minute strike by Leroy Fer Salomon Rondon’s 74th-minute header earned West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis a 1-0 victory at his former club Crystal Palace Southampton manager Claude Puel and his Watford counterpart Walter Mazzarri started life at their respective new clubs with a 1-1 draw at St Mary’s Etienne Capoue put Watford ahead in the ninth minute but Nathan Redmond levelled in the 58th minute before Hornets midfielder Ben Watson was sent off Middlesbrough were denied victory in their first top-flight game since 2009 as a 67th-minute free-kick by Xherdan Shaqiri earned Stoke a 1-1 draw after Alvaro Negredo’s 11th-minute opener Before 2012 the year Andy Murray won his first Grand Slam title and an Olympic gold there was a rather unfortunate saying associated with him — always the bridesmaid never the bride There was another less pleasant word to describe his growing collection of runner-up trophies —"Choker" considering Serbian Novak Djokovic was the"Djoker" The Scot had after all had shown great promise since he won the US Open juniors in 2004 He reached his first Grand Slam final at the same venue back in 2008 and also became World Number 2 in 2009 Before winning his first major at the 2012 US Open Murray had played and lost four finals and whilehe added a Wimbledon title 10 months later his next Grand Slam victory came only three years later at the 2016 Wimbledon Andy Murray has broken the monopoly at the top of tennis Reuters Numbers and odds have never been in Andy Murray’s favour In June nobody in their right minds would have predicted Murray would be the top-ranked player in the world by the end of the year He hadlost yet another Grand Slam final the second straight time to Novak Djokovic who had just completed a Career Slam with the French Open triumph There was a seemingly super massive blackhole-sized chasm of 8000 points between the two Murray was likely toperennially be the bridesmaid at No 2 But in the four months since tennis has demonstrated the wonderful unpredictability of sport The seemingly insurmountable peak was mounted even as the seemingly invincible monolith called Djokovic floundered And in a short span of four months Murray climbed to the top of the tennis world only the fourth man to do so in the last decade The 29-year-old Murray probably had it the hardest of the fourNo 1s of this generation And this is what makes his rise to the top even more remarkable Sample this: Murray is the oldest first-time World No1 since 30-year-old John Newcombe in June 1974 It took him almost six years to bridge the gap from No 2 to No 1 Yet it is completely plausible why Murray took such a long and arduous road to the top Of course a large part of it is due to the other three men in that club Murray has been somewhat unfortunate to be part of the same club as Roger Federer Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic —three GOAT (greatest of all time) contenders from one generation As John Isner said after losing to Murrayin the recently concluded Paris Masters "He’s made a lot of finals as well Put him in any other era he probably would have more Grand Slams but he’s at the top of the game right now and he’s going to give himself plenty more opportunity to win these big tournaments" Murray himself admitted that being part of this "golden generation" made the long journey harder yet sweeter "I think that’s the most satisfying thing really It’s been such a difficult thing to do during my career because of how good the guys around me have been the guys ahead of me Obviously they are three of the best players whohave ever played the game And had some of the years that they have had in that period as well have been ridiculous really like three Slams and double Slams and many Masters Series as well" Murray had said after his ascent to the top was confirmed But the fact remains that Andy Murray’s career pathhas been incongruent with his titles especially at the all-important Grand Slams And this is chief among the several reasons why his climb has been as incredible as it has been unlikely Murray has 43 career titles but only three Grand Slams —the same as Stan Wawrinka who has played in all of three finals Murray on the other hand has been a runner-up eight times with five of those atAustralia alone In fact his infamy for choking in big moments and how he overcame that to reach the top is a story in itself But 14 of his 43 career titles are Masters a number far greater than Wawrinka’s sole one And while Murrayis way behind his contemporaries here – Federer has 88 titles (24 Masters) Nadal has 69 (28 Masters) and Djokovic 66 (a record 30 Masters) – the 14 titles have come across both surfaces In fact his steady improvement on clay at the Masters level is a good representation of Murray’s constant toil But then there is his head-to-head record with the other three: Djokovic who is one week younger than Murray leads 24-10; Nadal leads Murray 17-7; and Federer’s up 14-11 This tells another story of the effort he has had to put in to match their achievements And he managed to make a match out of that While it is no secret that Andy Murray is not the most talented of the so-called Big Four he cancertainly stake a claim to be the most tenacious While the Scothas been inconsistently consistent he has also been superlative in patches Like in 2012 when he reached the final atWimbledon won the Olympic gold and his first Grand Slam at Flushing Meadows within a span of weeks Or like in the latter half of 2016 where he has fired his way to a career best of 72 wins With a struggling Djokovic waning Nadal and aging Federer this could be Murray’s time to shake off the bridesmaid (or choker if you want to be blunt) tag and cement his status in tennis’pantheons of greats He may not be able to compare with some of his contemporaries when it comes to sheer numbers but for now the only number that will matter is the World No 1 position —a definitive tangible proof of what he has achieved irrespective of his illustrious competition All Murray has to do is fight to hold that position a little while longer —he has moved 405 points above Djokovic in the latest rankings but the Serb could regain his place if he wins his fifth straight ATP Finals crown — and he could end the year as No 1 and enter next season and the Australian Open as favourite If he can win the fight like all the others in his playing career he had a good chance of capping his incredible season on a high The title at Melbourne which has been his nemesis five times could finally be his as could the top spot Djokovic will have to defend 4340 points in the first half of the season compared to just 1290 for the new World No 1 Andy Murray has broken the monopoly at the top of tennis and now the onus lies with him to extend his reign Written by Amrita Chaudhry | Ludhiana | Published: October 16 2012 6:57 am Related News Call it sycophancy or a matter of honour for somebut Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) has named a building after Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal The buildingnamed S Parkash Singh Badal Bhawanwill be dedicated to the farmers and inaugurated by Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on October 17as part of Golden Jubilee celebrations of the university State Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singhhoweverslammed the decision saying this has some shades of Mayawati.

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