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Tea scoreboard: Australia vs India, 1st Test, day 5

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Adelaide: The following is the scoreboard at tea on the fifth and final day of the first Test between India and Australia at the Adelaide Oval here Saturday.
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 13:  Virat Kohli of India bats during day five of the First Test match between Australia and India at the Adelaide Oval on December 13, 2014 in Adelaide, Australia.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
Australia (first Innings): 517/7 declared

India (first Innings): 444 all out

Australia (second Innings):
Chris Rogers c R Sharma b K Sharma 21
b K Sharma 102
Shane Watson b Mohammed Shami 33
Michael Clarke c Saha b Aaron 7
Steven Smith batting 52
Mitchell Marsh c Vijay b RG Sharma 40
Brad Haddin batting 14
Extras (b 1, lb 6, w 5, nb 9) 21
Total (for five wickets in 69 overs; dec) 290

Fall of wickets: 1-38 (Rogers, 12.1 overs), 2-140 (Watson, 38.5), 3-168 (Clarke, 45.6), 4-213 (Warner, 59.1), 5-266 (Marsh, 64.4)

Bowling:
Mohammed Shami 11-2-42-1
Ishant Sharma 14-3-41-0
Karn Sharma 16-2-95-2
Murali Vijay 6-0-27-0
Varun Aaron 10-0-43-1
Rohit Sharma 12-2-35-1

India (second innings):
Shikhar Dhawan c Haddin b Johnson 9
Murali Vijay batting 85
Cheteshwar Pujara c Haddin b Lyon 21
Virat Kohli batting 82
Extras (lb 7, w 1) 8
Total (for two wickets in 61 overs) 205

Fall of wickets: 1-16 (Dhawan, 4.1), 2-57 (Pujara, 19.2)

Bowling :
Mitchell Johnson 13-2-28-1
Ryan Harris 11-5-28-0
Nathan Lyon 21-3-91-1
Peter Siddle 7-2-16-0
Shane Watson 2-0-6-0
Steven Smith 3-0-18-0
Mitchell Marsh 4-1-11-0

Match Details:
Umpires: Marais Erasmus (South Africa) and Ian Gould (England)
Test debut: Karn Sharma (India)
TV umpire: Mick Martell
Match referee: Jeff Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire: Geoff Joshua

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Skilled committee ready with blueprint of Nationwide Sports activities Training Board.

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An skilled committee of the ministry of youth affairs and sports activities is prepared with the blueprint of a Nationwide Sports activities Training Board (NSEB) which can provide sports-related topics apart from the common curriculum with faculties having the choice to affiliate to this board solely or along with different boards.

The proposed NSEB will provide college students curriculum to go Class X and XII Boards with sports-related topics together with the traditional ones on provide at current. The Board will provide choices like deferred exams and adaptability, which is given to established gamers at current and to not aspiring athletes. The core curriculum might be based mostly on the brand new Nationwide Curriculum Framework which is within the making. The ten-member panel, arrange in January 2020, is giving remaining touches to the report and its suggestions are more likely to be submitted to the federal government by finish of November.

The proposed NSEB will provide college students curriculum to go Class X and XII Boards with sports-related topics together with the traditional ones on provide at current. The Board will provide choices like deferred exams and adaptability, which is given to established gamers at current and to not aspiring athletes. The core curriculum might be based mostly on the brand new Nationwide Curriculum Framework which is within the making. The ten-member panel, arrange in January 2020, is giving remaining touches to the report and its suggestions are more likely to be submitted to the federal government by finish of November.

The committee has drawn from the expertise in different nations like Russian and German mannequin of sports activities schooling in faculties. It additionally carried out a survey protecting 1,900 respondents from throughout 20 states/ UTs and greater than 75 cities. In response to the committee, the present challenges in sports activities schooling in India included time administration, monetary constraints and lack of sports-related infrastructure. The survey discovered that solely 5-10% of sportspersons have accessibility to bodily schooling academics, coaches and different services pertaining to their sport of alternative.
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