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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Updated: April 6, The victim has six siblings.” says Singh Sr. whose childlike enthusiasm for the sport belies his age of 93 Balbir Singh Dosanjh was born on October 10 1924 to Karam Kaur and Dalip Singh Dosanjh His father was a freedom fighter and educationist who travelled extensively and was frequently in and out of jail As a result Balbir’s early childhood was spent at his maternal village Haripur Khalsa At the age of five his father moved the family to the small town of Moga for the sake of Balbir’s education Little did he know that Balbir would spend his time daydreaming about scoring goals rather than studying “My father was strict and unshakeable in his values But he never put a limit on doodh and jalebi which I loved” he says But when he failed his Class X exams his father sought the help of a friend who lectured at Sikh National College Lahore Having seen Balbir’s game the lecturer offered him full scholarship and a spot in the hockey team Singh Sr’s father with no money to afford college otherwise agreed The Sikh National College team was promoted to the first division soon after Balbir’s inclusion He was soon poached by the rival Khalsa College Balbir became captain of the Khalsa College team which remained all-India champions under his command between 1942 and 1945 Sir John Bennet — the inspector general of Punjab Police at the time — was impressed by Balbir’s game and commanded his officers to ensure his recruitment to Punjab Police But Balbir had grown up detesting the police which had jailed his father and other freedom fighters on multiple occasions So he ran away to Delhi and joined the Central Public Works Department team in 1945 But one day he found officers with handcuffs at his doorstep He was arrested taken to Jalandhar and presented before Bennet “He asked me ‘Do you want to play hockey for Punjab or go to jail’ I chose hockey” He ran away multiple times in protest but was handcuffed and brought back every time The undivided Punjab team which hadn’t won the nationals in 14 years got lucky in 1946 when Singh joined Playing under Colonel AIS Dara and alongside Shah Rukh — two of his closest friends from the future Pakistan team — Balbir won the national championships for Punjab again in Bombay 1947 But the team returned only to find their homes bloodied and burning Just the previous year Balbir had married Sushil his college sweetheart from Lahore When the team arrived at the Lahore railway station in 1947 it was the future Pakistan captain AIS Dara who drove Balbir to his wife in Model Town On the way the car was stopped by mobs a couple of times presumably because of Balbir’s turban Dara stepped out and spoke to them while he sat in the car unaware of everything After a heart-breaking farewell to the house Sushil came away with Balbir to Ludhiana In Ludhiana Balbir resumed his duties with the Punjab Police and witnessed the horrors of Partition “Brothers and sisters who lived so lovingly before were killing each other It was shocking how human beings can change so suddenly Good people are those who retain their humanity even in a climate of hate” he says The contours of the undivided Punjab team also changed with Partition Many players from the team donned the colours of Pakistan “The same players with whom I passed every waking hour were gone Azam Maqbool Hashmat Aziz Masood Dara Anwar Shah Rukh were such great friends of mine They all left” Balbir would go back to Pakistan many times later in life The most memorable visit was when he accompanied the Indian contingent during the India-Pakistan series in 2005-’06 “I met Shah Rukh again and it was overwhelming We spoke as if we had separated just yesterday The language was the same the person was the same” he says In the 1948 London Olympics the first for independent India Balbir Singh got his hammered in six of nine goals (Source: 1947 Partition Archives) When asked how many goals he must have scored in his career Balbir chortles “To give you an idea the Indian team played 16 matches in Singapore in 1954 They scored 121 goals out of which he scored 83 In the Australia-New Zealand tournament the following year he scored 141 out of 203 in just 37 matches” says Prof SK Gupta his friend and a sports historian However his effortless goal-scoring didn’t always ensure him a place in the squad In the 1948 London Olympics the first for independent India Balbir got his chance in the second game and hammered in six of nine goals But in the following game against Spain he was pulled back before stepping onto the pitch In the next game against Holland he was just about to bully-off when he was called back Indian fans in London expressed their dismay at his unjust exclusion which forced the management to include him in the final against hosts and former rulers Britain Balbir lapped up the opportunity and scored two of the four Indian goals Britain didn’t score “When I saw the tricolour unfurled at Wembley I was overcome with joy It was the greatest pleasure of my life playing for my flag instead of the Union Jack” India had scored 13 goals in all in London a number Balbir swears by In the 1952 Helsinki games he donned jersey number 13 He was warned by a Finnish fan that it would bring him bad luck He promptly replied that 13 tera in Punjabi was a word for God and narrated the story of Guru Nanak chanting tera tera tera in a divine trance The fan didn’t make much of the story but Balbir set the unbeaten record for most goals in an Olympics final with five of the six goals against Holland The Helsinki Olympics were also the 13th Olympic Games (excluding the two cancelled due to war) In 1960 Balbir was in the fittest condition of his life and was still scoring goals in a flurry But despite being in prime shape he was appointed to the selection committee He didn’t protest India lost the final that year The then chief minister of Punjab Partap Singh Kairon (being guarded by ASP Balbir Singh at the time) was asked how India’s streak ended He replied “How would they have won The man who could have won it for us is here guarding me” In 1964 Balbir took on the responsibility of coaching the Olympic squad He brought the team into its finest form but just a night before flying to Tokyo he was instructed to stay back in India and was replaced by a new coach India won gold at the Olympics but Balbir’s contribution was never acknowledged Despite the humiliation he responded to every request to coach the Indian team and won India’s solitary World Cup in 1975 The gravest injustice came in 1985 He was approached by a representative from Sports Authority of India (SAI) to hand over all his medals and memorabilia for a sports museum Unsuspectingly he acquiesced and handed over 36 medals his 1956 Captain’s blazer and hundreds of rare photographs It was only in 2008 that his family realised that no museum of the sort had been set up and all his belongings were lost Multiple inquires and many years later there’s still no sign of them “It felt like a part of me had died when I found out” he says ruefully After trying the RTI route since 2012 the family recently discovered that SAI never had Balbir’s belongings Earlier this year SAI and its academic wing NIS promised to file an FIR about Balbir’s belongings Instead they filed only a missing article report which does not warrant a police investigation In a meeting this week SAI and NIS promised to file an FIR yet again Looking back Balbir says he is filled with gratitude both for the people in his life and to hockey herself But he finds it difficult to mask his disappointment even through all his calmness Asked about his most treasured accolade he points to the smallest trophy in the room — his first ever from a local tournament in Moga “I was 10 at that time and used to play full-back or goalkeeper In that tournament the centre forward spot was open in my cousin’s team and there was no one to fill it By chance I played there As luck would have it I scored lots of goals and never looked back” Siddhant Kalra is an independent writer and researcher for the 1947 Partition Archives This interview is part of that project Roll of honour * As a player he won three Olympic golds * As coach and manager he helped the Indian team win two Olympic golds and the only World Cup victory to date * He was recognised as one of the 16 most iconic Olympians of all-time at the 2012 Olympics — the only Indian and hockey player on the list * Led the Indian contingent as the flag bearer in two consecutive Olympic Games (1952 and 1956) Siddhant Kalra is an independent writer and researcher for the 1947 Partition Archives This interview is part of the project For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: September 11 2017 8:11 am JKCA has been marred by controversies for the past few years Top News Jammu & Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) is considering a withdrawal from upcoming domestic championships as the state is facing a severe monetary crisis JKCA had approached the Indian board in July this year requesting it to issue a letter to the J&K Bank so that the state association can regularise its frozen account and utilise approximately Rs 34 crore in its coffers “We have written to everyone in the BCCI but till date no response has come You tell me how shall I run cricket here The tournament (Ranji Trophy) is starting next month We have to conduct selection trials here If a boy comes from Jammu where shall I put him up Who will pay him daily allowance If such is the case what shall we do other than taking a drastic step which will hurt cricket badly There has been no word from the BCCI so far” JKCA secretary Iqbal Shah said JKCA has been marred by controversies for the past few years There have been allegations of financial misappropriation and judicial authorities have frozen JKCA accounts JKCA has had two groups fighting to assert their authority and as a result of the infighting two season ago the state team had to play all its matches away from home The BCCI has not disbursed the state’s annual share to JKCA since March 2012 For the last two seasons the board reimbursed JKCA and even booked hotels for its Ranji Trophy teams “It is not easy to run cricket There is an investigation taking place on misappropriation of funds here The association needs at least around 6-7 crore annually to run cricket in the state I want to have a Ranji Trophy camp now but I can’t as I don’t have the money to pay daily allowance to my players Tell me what shall I do other than pull out of this important cricket tournament” Shah added He says there is no one in the BCCI to listen to J&K’s plea He had met office-bearers in July and even written emails to top BCCI employees but has not received a single reply “I was told that the matter will be taken up by the Committee of Administrators (CoA) I went and met them in Delhi They said it will go back to the office-bearer Now these office-bearers have been given a notice by the Hon’ble Supreme Court The other day I was told that the decision on my state association can only be taken by the general body The next hearing in the Supreme Court is on September 19 So where is the general body now Chances are that the BCCI AGM will only take place next month And from next month the domestic championship is starting” Shah points out The JKCA according to Shah had already agreed to implement the Lodha Committee reforms As per the Supreme Court order the BCCI will only issue annual grants to state association when they submit an affidavit to implement the Lodha recommendations The Supreme Court had passed its order last year but nothing had happened till date For Jammu and Kashmir and its players time is running out For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 6 2017 5:58 am Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari and Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inaugurate the bridge on Savitri river on Monday (Source: Narendra Vaskar) Related News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Union minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday inaugurated a bridge on the Mumbai-Goa Highway that was rebuilt after the original structure was washed away in floods in the Savitri last August The three-lane bridge measuring 239 metres with a cost of Rs 3555 crore was completed in 165 days On Monday the bhoomipujan for highway projects worth Rs 4000 crore was also performed Gadkari said: “The construction of the bridge was high on our priority as the Mumbai-Goa Highway is an important inter-state link for transport and economic activities” “The state and the Centre have given highest priority to infrastructure The Rs 4000 crore project will go a long way to upgrade the state highways for better connectivity and faster communication” said Fadnavis The bridge on the highway had been washed away last year and 41 persons were feared dead Speaking about the Rs 4000 crore project Fadnavis said: “It entails upgrade of two lanes with paved shoulder of Mahad to Raigad Fort upto Ranmata Jjau Samadhi and Chitta Darwaja and Hikaniwadi” The list of projects that were approved on Monday include a 2443 km stretch between Indapur and Vadpale at Rs 1202 crore a 395 km stretch from Veer to Bhogaon-Khurd at Rs 1598 crore and a 136 km road from Bhogaon to Kashedi Ghat at Rs 1011 crore For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Updated: June 17 2015 1:37 pm BCCI insiders say that the reason the Lalit Modi chapter ended was because he became too brash and stepped on too many toes Related News Though tough to imagine back in the day the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) lived in a cluttered two BHK apartment Its South Mumbai address might have impressed those who corresponded with it but not the postman who climbed those dark dingy stairs leading to the file-filled rooms with peeling walls Typical of those wily kinds with old money they were low-key and conservative And then Lalit Modi came along He got the Indian Premier League (IPL) as well as the International Management Group and subsequently more worrying acronyms — ED CBI — would follow But let’s not get ahead of ourselves in this story of how cricket couldn’t handle money and fame Those were interesting times the early days of Modi The old-timers hated him He was seen as an upstart His Twenty20 venture bred mistrust The maidan cricketers-turned-administrators in safari suits were slowly getting replaced by Armani-clad MBAs The World Cup veterans of 1987 and 1996 — the ageing administrators who had greased palms sought countless permissions from governments worked on shoestring budgets from cubby holes to successfully host cricket’s biggest tournament — were seen as misfits in Modi’s project IPL season one They sulked silently When they spoke they bad-mouthed Modi But the whispers would die soon as the IPL brought money serious money Franchise teams got sold for $725 million and the television deal was worth $1 billion Not far from its old modest abode the BCCI was now housed in a sprawling building next to the Wankhede Stadium called Cricket Centre When IPL stakeholders would meet Modi at the new headquarters Bentleys Mercedes and Rolls Royces sat in the parking area The team owners had demands some old some new While asking for passes for their celebrity friends and parking tickets for their VIP friends they would casually inquire if the stadium had a helipad Many would fly in from SoBo and be air-dropped at the training ground at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai to see the Rajasthan Royals win IPL 1 Cricket’s good old political takeover which seemed unshakeably permanent for eternity and beyond was now threatened by a corporate coup Power equations rules culture and even the BCCI constitution — nothing was untouched by change Cricket was in a tearing hurry thanks to the Twenty20 format The aesthetics of the game were sacrificed on the field In the BCCI’s corridors due diligence and institutional ethics were alien words There was no time to sit and brood It was time to make quick millions virtually everyday Even Modi-baiters were enjoying the new perks They had plush offices and revised travel allowance/ dearness allowance at the end of business-class travel That’s when everybody shut their mouths and sadly for cricket their eyes too The enfant terrible Modi was now the BCCI’s blue-eyed boy It didn’t check his homework or his pocket money Maybe he was too well connected to be questioned That stingy spender the BCCI was now a stinking-rich squanderer It was one big roaring party Modi invited his friends and family in There was no one stopping them at the gate as everyone was part of the party Old hand N Srinivasan helped himself to one franchise of course after the BCCI had collectively erased those all-important three words — conflict of interest Now everyone was connected to someone in the incestuous chain Any indiscretion could be brushed under the carpet by putting in a word or by making a phone call to an uncle father or father-in-law And it is also why the Rajasthan Royals team is still part of the IPL despite the taint on its players and owners The Chennai Super Kings had an insider-trader in the dugout but still the franchise wasn’t ejected The rulebook is still ruthless but the rulers aren’t non-partisan BCCI insiders say that the reason the Modi chapter ended was because he became too brash and stepped on too many toes There are those who say that he was outfoxed by the more ambitious and masterful vote-manager Srinivasan combined with the fading power of his mentor Sharad Pawar Hardly anyone speaks about his financial misdeeds This despite the fact that a disciplinary committee including senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia and cricket administrator Chirayu Amin would conclude that Modi rigged bids arm-twisted certain franchises signed a scam television contract and favoured his stepson-in-law in an internet deal Now consider this — Modi did all this while he was being watched by a high-profile governing council plus the BCCI’s executive Not to miss the fact that the governing council had the country’s best legal brains top politicians and legends of the game None spotted anything amiss while Modi was minting millions Clearly the checks and balances were either not there or were not effective Later even the Supreme Court at the end of the IPL corruption case hearing had appointed a committee to suggest structural changes and propose election reforms for the BCCI Despite the controversy the IPL remains cricket’s most lucrative brand And there are many like the BCCI-contracted commentator Ravi Shastri who still see Modi as Moses Till recently while living in London the flamboyant cricket administrator would regularly receive invitations from universities and business schools to give lectures A few years ago during a casual meeting with us journalists on the tour of England the one-time IPL chief spoke about enjoying his days away from cricket watching top European football games from VIP boxes as a guest For any sporting entrepreneur brand-builder or start-up dreamer Modi would remain a role model As for the IPL it has many fans in the cricketing world Fans outside speak about the IPL enviously For players around the world India during the early part of their season is El Dorado Go to any academy and you will find kids with queries about trials organised by franchise teams The IPL without doubt with Twenty20 perched at the top has a towering presence over the cricketing world But time to read that disclaimer in fine print: It has very weak foundations [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: October 14 2014 6:44 pm The BBA also runs care homes for rescued children and drives media campaigns to highlight the problem Related News By Yashodhan Ghorpade I first met Kailash Satyarthi in 2005 when while studying for a postgraduate degree in economics I was planning to undertake a study of children working in gemstones polishing in Jaipur I had contacted the Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA) for an internship to make my research project in Jaipur possible Kailashji greeted me with an affectionate smile and we started discussing my research ideas I wanted to compare home- and factory-based child labour in gemstones polishing and study what determined the choice of where children work Not convinced by the relevance or perhaps viability of my project he suggested I focus on the ways in which employers recruit and treat children and the problems children face I pushed back making a case for studying market failures that cause child labour He agreed that that was important but added that child labour was not only an economic problem but a social ill even a crime against god because children he said “are a form of god” Who could disagree He suggested I focus on generating recommendations that the BBA could act on I asked him about its approach even suggesting that its focus on raid-and-rescue missions seemed to constitute only a partial response He smiled again and patiently explained that raid-and-rescue was the first step and that the BBA coordinated closely with the district administration to reunite abducted children with their families The BBA also runs care homes for rescued children and drives media campaigns to highlight the problem He then confirmed my internship and asked his staff in Delhi and Jaipur to help with my work I read up on child labour Kaushik Basu and PH Van’s famous paper on multiple equilibria was instructive invoking action to move from a bad equilibrium marked by low adult wages and high child labour to a good equilibrium with high adult wages and low child labour Child labour is not a manifestation of low parental concern but of poverty The economics of child labour is critical Ignoring it can lead to idealistic but flawed responses I recall reading of an instance when a ban in the West on carpets made by children in Nepal led many of the girls working in the industry to enter prostitution Prashant Bharadwaj and his collaborators show that the ban on child labour in India actually reduced children’s wages causing longer work hours and reduced school enrolment In my own recent research on child labour in the garments factories of Tiruppur a group of working children coolly recounted how they hid behind bales of cloth when labour inspectors visited The existence of child labour also of course marks a deep social failure In India in particular the social consciousness against child labour is weak While the labelling of child labour-free products such as the BBA’s Rugmark initiative have resonated in the West the absence of any such mechanism for products in India is stark Retailers don’t always know whether the carpets pottery or firecrackers they sell are free of child labour Perhaps few consumers care enough for labelling or certification to be viable Observed reductions in the employment of children in homes or shops are perhaps driven by expanding education and its rising returns not matched by any compunction many of us feel in employing children Even as we must recognise poverty as giving rise to the need for children to work a progressive social consensus cannot dismiss child trafficking hazardous child labour or child illiteracy as teething trouble during the transition from bad to good equilibria This I recognised most clearly in my interactions with BBA volunteers and staff each driven by idealism to change the prevailing social consciousness Kailashji’s struggles and his grit and commitment in the face of threats formed the heady folklore that sustained the spirit of the BBA office Occasionally there was talk of the Nobel Peace Prize but my impression was that no one in the office thought it a real or near-possibility then In Jaipur I found most working children based at home often combining schooling with some gemstones polishing The failings of the schools in my field sites were evident — from teacher absenteeism and poor teaching quality to the stigma attached to repeating a class at every step there was compelling reason to encourage dropping out Faced with only a bleak chance that their children would complete enough school to secure a livelihood many parents fell back on the family-based and skill-imparting trade for the occupational security of gem-polishing In such a setting distinct from carpet factories or brick kilns the BBA and its partners focused on bridge schooling and delaying children’s entry into the workforce rather than raid-and-rescue Towards the end of my internship Kailashji asked how my research was progressing and what I had learned I told him that the poor quality of schooling was a bigger problem than children working He stared at me and said “Write that in your report” I sent the BBA a version of my dissertation which was immediately acknowledged and I believe kept in their records I feel fortunate to have known Kailashji and the BBA long before the Nobel Peace Prize His relative inconspicuousness in Indian public life thus far is yet another facet of the social failure he and his team have been working to overcome In this moment of recognition there may also lie an opening for remedy The writer is at Institute of Development Studies Sussex For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Tokyo | Updated: October 7 2017 5:32 pm David Goffin will face either Croatia’s Marin Cilic or Frenchman Adrian Mannarino in Sunday’s decider (Source: AP) Top News Unseeded Frenchman Adrian Mannarino upset top seed Marin Cilic 6-7(5) 6-4 6-0 in the Japan Open semi-finals on Saturday to reach his first ATP 500 final Mannarino 29 will face fourth seed David Goffin after the in-form Belgian eked out a 7-6(3) 7-6(6) victory over Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman in the first semi-final In a fiercely-contested match Cilic’s powerful groundstrokes gave him a 5-3 lead in the first set but Mannarino fought back to force a tiebreak which the Frenchman led 4-2 before losing five of the next six points Mannarino took advantage of Cilic’s weaker backhand to take a 5-3 lead and although he lost his next service game the 29-year-old broke the Croatian’s serve to win the second set Mannarino won seven straight games to beat world number five Cilic and secure his first win over a player ranked in the world’s top five Goffin and Schwartzman both saved break points as the first set went to a tiebreak and with the score tied at 4-4 the eighth-seeded Schwartzman made three straight errors to gift his opponent the set Belgian Goffin served for the match in the 10th game of the second set but a forehand error enabled Schwartzman to break back and force another tiebreak Goffin sealed victory on his second match point to extend his winning streak to eight matches after his Shenzhen Open triumph last week He moved up to 10th in the Race to London rankings and is still in contention for a place in the eight-man season-ending tournament For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rajendra M Abhyankar | Published: April 20 2013 2:45 am Related News Why the EU-India free trade agreement is still in the making The free trade agreement (FTA) between India and the EU has now been seven years in the making with regular announcements of imminent closure The current discussions led by Union Commerce Minister Anand Sharma willat bestonly kick the can down the road When the two sides started negotiations in 2007the world was a very different place: the global financial crisis was still not on the horizonnor the spectacular eurozone crash The winding down of Indias annual growth ratebeset by governmental inaction and corruptionwas also a few years off It looked then that a preferential agreement between two large economies would be a logical and much desired corollary to their nascent strategic partnership adopted in 2004 It is not surprisingand somewhat paradoxicalthat amidst this slow movement on trade policybilateral trade and economic relations between India and the EU have burgeoned The value of EU-India trade grew from 286 billion euros in 2003 to 799 billion euros in 2011 EU investment in India more than tripled between 2003 and 2010: from 759 million euros in 2003 to 3 billion euros in 2010 Trade in commercial services tripled during the same periodfrom 52 billion euros in 2002 to 179 billion euros in 2010 Despite the manifest mutual advantage of trading with each otherthe slow progress on finalising the India-EU Broad-based Trade and Investment Agreement (BTIA) is indicative of a fundamental dissonance on specific trade and industry sectors as well as a flagging of political will on both sides The EUs economic and financial woes have revived protectionist lobbies whileon the Indian sidethe falling annual growth rate amidst negative market sentiment about the governments inability to pursue economic reformsinflation and scamshas tarnished Indias aura Furtherthe complexity of the EUs internal procedures has also been responsible for an excessive focus on procedure rather than outcome.agreement still appears a bridge too far. ? The others in the batting unit from Kane Williamson to Luke Ronchi to Corey Anderson may not have delivered up to potential but they still remain dangerous players. Rs 2, many leaders from Kerala, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: August 21, they were known for championing important public causes.

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