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there is an Approval of Necessity (AON) accorded by the additional secretary of the MoD before the process is put in motion. And contrary to popular perception that Indian classical music is a dying genre, says Chaudhury. Vineet .” the names roll out With Srinath he had gone to see Sachin Tendulkar bat against Pakistan in the famous Chennai Test in 1999 where Tendulkar made an epic 136 in the run chase Tendulkar and Mongia were in a match-turning partnership or so it seemed when Vijay saw Tendulkar shouting at Mongia “I told Srinath be silent see Tendulkar is shouting at Mongia for some false shot This was before lunch and Mongia then came back and hit another big shot and got out” he says Vijay walked out of Chepauk at the fall of Tendulkar’s wicket — Pakistan won by 12 runs — with a firm resolve that one day he would play in that stadium “As a youngster I would go and see S Sharath and S Sriram (Tamil Nadu’s Ranji Trophy stars) bat there and my desire of playing there strengthened” he says Back in college he was having fun with the cricket team He had started to play with the leather ball only at the age of 17 and when he wasn’t selected for the under-19 state team he turned to college cricket to discover the joy of the game “Whatever game would be happening I would go and play If I got a call about a match I would be there: 8 am or 1 in the afternoon multiple times a day I also wanted to show my parents that I was doing something” he says It was then that Bharat Arun currently Indian team’s bowling coach and a noted figure in Tamil Nadu cricket spotted him and asked him to play for Chemplast team in Chennai’s club cricket league Diwakar Vasu another former Tamil Nadu player who was in charge of Chemplast told him he might not get to play in the first five matches but if he waited he would get a chance “I got a chance and haven’t looked back since” he says He was forced however to stop and pause at least a few times One came early at the age of 21 when he found out that he wasn’t selected for the Tamil Nadu team because he had long hair Or so he believes “That’s what my sources told me and I was shocked It’s a weird feeling: I didn’t understand What’s hair got to do with cricket What does it really say How can you judge my attitude on that If I do not supporting my teammates or come late for training or make mistakes on the field these things can be addressed Not your hair or the way you speak or smoke” he says It was an early lesson in image management that continues to haunt him He might be a proud man but he wasn’t going to let coiffure stand in between him and his dream And off he went that evening to chop off the hair “It was difficult for me to change people so I decided to change myself I told myself I can grow back the hair anytime Cricket was my ultimate thing I don’t have an ego with cricket I was a little brash perhaps arrogant short-tempered; I didn’t know exactly what to say to people” he says He then makes a critical observation about being a professional player “In team sport people usually judge you on your performance but how you carry yourself also matters That’s what I didn’t understand or else I could have played for India much earlier For me 30 runs is sometimes more valuable than 150 — that’s how I see the game but I also saw that the others didn’t (He is talking of his pre-India days here) It took a while for me to understand” he says As the conversation progressively turns to how people perceive him I bring up the old question he had asked once about his negative image Vijay’s marriage in 2012 was one of the reasons behind that perception There was a triangular mess involving a Tamil Nadu Ranji teammate and India player Dinesh Karthik his wife and Vijay It played out in the tabloid press in Chennai and across the country in salacious detail There was no word from Vijay at all then or much from Karthik The stories kept spinning and churning and reached the sports pages of the national dailies It subsided only after it came out that Vijay had married her But perhaps the damage was done Vijay doesn’t squirm or slip into any defence of himself Instead he looks up and answers in a measured tone “I am not one to share personal stuff I didn’t feel like saying anything then Something had gone wrong I felt it inside me I didn’t have to say it to others There were major things happening of course and it involved three human beings I thought we handled it well There was no need to explain to people Because people are going to talk anyways And you can’t stop them from talking”he says At the time he went back to what his father told him “As long you are making the right decision and you have a clear conscience you don’t owe anyone an explanation even your parents” he says His mother told him to do the right thing and that she would support him “I didn’t want to explain myself Even if I did they (the media) were going to write in a different way What’s the point then” he asks The media did call “Boss I know what I did” Vijay recalls telling one of them “What’s the point of threatening me You write what you want I am not scared You don’t tell me to do something After a point it’s my life I can’t tell 10000 people and explain what happened” he says It was a difficult time with things spinning out of control “But I didn’t want to put anyone down If I spoke it was going to be worse Rather than that I should just take it For what I had done just take it and move on — that’s what I told myself I respect my parents I know I had put them in a fix They said you have done it and you realise it Do the best you feel As long as my partner is happy and she knows who I am that’s that” he says That was that indeed It’s been a great last year or so with Vijay cementing his spot in the Test team He says he knows his time in ODIs and T20s will also come He was upset when he wasn’t picked as the third opener for the World Cup but his temperament is such that he doesn’t remain upset for too long “Look it’s a gift to play for the country and earn a living playing this wonderful game You can’t get too greedy All I can do is to give my best” he says Vijay has of course persevered to make it happen like he did when his career hit a roadblock after he was dropped from the Test team after a tour of West Indies in 2011 “My batting was a bit loose then if you know what I mean I had gone there on the back of a decent IPL and didn’t understand how to adapt I would just go with the flow” he says He went back to basics and worked with his coach Jayakumar to whom he is grateful and Bharath Reddy former India wicketkeeper and mentor “I would be nobody if not for them they gave me immense confidence” he says It wasn’t about technique at that point “But I didn’t understand the synchronisation of mind and body I alternated between blocking in one session and going on the attack in the next Even in domestic games Now I am more aware” he says Vijay is an outsider by temperament who nevertheless has stayed within the system goaded by his survival instinct and by his fierce desire to excel and have fun with cricket He seems at a happy peaceful and confident space about his game and his life He has a four-year-old son Nirav and a six-month-old daughter Iva “Nirav means happy soul and Iva is the light (of my life)” he says with a smile The Test Specialist *Murali Vijay has played 31 Tests and totalled 2188 runs at an average of 3978 He has played just 14 ODIs and his last ODI was in July 2013 *He made his Test debut as opener for India in 2008 as a replacement for Gautam Gambhir who was serving a one-match ban for an on-field altercation *He got his first full series of Test cricket in 2011 against West Indies but was dropped at the end of it *Made a Test comeback in 2012 against Australia and hit back-to-back 150s It’s in the last 18 months that he has really cemented his place at the top In the last 13 Tests through four overseas tours starting from South Africa in December 2013 to Australia in January 2015 he has made 1080 runs at an average of 4153 with two hundreds and seven fifties *In his last nine Tests five in England and four in Australia he has averaged 4911 with two hundreds and six fifties For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Barcelona | Updated: April 3 2016 11:26 am Barcelona lost to Real Madrid 2-1 at home on Saturday (Source: Reuters) Related News Barcelona coach Luis Enrique said his team would not allow Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat by bitter rivals Real Madrid to affect their confidence La Liga leaders Barca were the better side for most of the ‘Clasico’ but a late goal by Cristiano Ronaldo helped third-placed Real close the gap on the Catalans to seven points with seven games to go Atletico Madrid are in second spot six points off the pace Luis Enrique does not believe the defeat will damage Barca’s title challenge or their bid to retain the Champions League and King’s Cup READ: Cristiano Ronaldo winner ends Barcelona’s 39-match winning streak “This game doesn’t exist any more there’s no pain” he told a news conference at the Nou Camp “The team were really up for the game so were the fans and there’s nothing else we can do but lift ourselves up Defeats teach you things they teach you that every trophy is difficult and the players know that” Luis Enrique said his side struggled to cope with the shock of losing their lead so soon after Gerard Pique had put them in front in the 56th minute Karim Benzema levelling for Real six minutes later “The equaliser caused us a lot of damage and unfortunately we lost our first game at home (since February 2015)” added the Barca coach “You can’t choose when you’re going to lose We have to recover rest and remember that we are the league leaders and that the most consistent team win the title” Real coach Zinedine Zidane was cautious when asked if the win could spark a late title bid “We have to overtake Atletico first” he said “We have to think about our next game in the Champions League (quarter-final against VfL Wolfsburg on Wednesday) and then think about getting three points in our next league game” Zidane did not hide his joy at winning his first ‘Clasico’ as a coach “I’m very happy with everything about the game especially the result” said the former Real playmaker “We struggled at first but that’s normal because it’s a difficult ground to play at I’m very proud of my players and how they played “Winning here is a huge prize for all our players because they put in an enormous performance” said the former France great “It’s not easy to win here few teams win here” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by TANBIR DHALIWAL | Chandigarh | Published: February 20 2015 3:02 am Related News After the Medical Council of India (MCI) raised objection over the appointment of non-medical degree holders as the heads of two departments of GMCH-32 Director-Principal of the institute Dr Atul Sachdev on Thursday decided to replace them with junior medical degree holders Dr Kanchan Kapoor who was serving as the head of the Anatomy Department and Dr C S Gautam Head Pharmacology Department are to be replaced for the “larger good of the college” said Dr Sachdev The decision has been taken to comply with the MCI inspection report which is very crucial in deciding the fate of the college in retaining 100 seats for the next academic session In its recent report sent to the college last month MCI has already declined not to increase the number of MBBS seats from 50 to 100 for the 2015-16 academic session as several deficiencies were pointed out Share This Article Related Article Besides questioning the appointment of these two heads MCI pointed out that the seating capacity of two lecture theaters at the institute was 105 against a requirement of 120; area available for the central library was 917 sq m against a requirement of 1600 sq m; attached toilets were not available with the common rooms; accommodation was available for 80 residents instead of 82; and four X-ray machines were available instead of five among others Dr Sachdev told Newsline that the college had complied with all the objections raised by MCI and the same was communicated to the Health Ministry during a meeting held on February 12 “The compliance report will be handed over to the MCI by February 20” said the director He added that the college was hopeful that MCI would review its earlier decision and allow them to retain 100 seats For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: August 1 2013 12:34 pm Related News Rohit Shetty’s Chennai Express which is currently in news for its extensive promotions has been facing trouble from the political party Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) The party is miffed with the makers of the film for booking all the time slots in single screensas this would mean that the regional Marathi movies will take a backseat The film which was recently postponed owing to the Eid celebrationsapparently poses as a threat to new Marathi films releasing and also to the ones like Duniyadari which are still running in full houses in non metro cities and small towns MNS film wing Chief Amey Khopkar recently stated that if the makers are not ready to take actionthen his team will soon remove the publicity posters from Maharashtra Howeverin order to resolve the matterRohit Shettydirector of Chennai ExpressUTV productions team and the team of the Marathi film Duniyadari will meet with the MNS president Raj Thackeray at the latter’s residence at 1230 pm today For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News” he says.

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