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to be concerned by changed composition.." the bench asked Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi The bench said it (the demand for division of votes in the Assembly when appropriation Bill was introduced) was only a "solitary instance" "This is what is colouring our minds Can one solitary instance topple a democratically-elected government in its fourth-fifth year. root of the matter is you are cutting at root of democracy" Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi contended that the speaker’s decision to not allow 35 MLAs to vote on their demand for division when the money bill was introduced amounted to "destroying democracy" as the 35 constituted the majority view The AG alleged that former Chief Minister Harish Rawat and the Speaker were "in cahoots" and "scuttled the demand for division" He claimed that since no vote was held the money bill had failed and this amounted to the state government having fallen on 18 March Written by Nihal Koshie | New Delhi | Updated: February 9 2017 8:37 am Mohit Ahlawat lovingly called Lara with the organisers (Source: Express photo Praveen Khanna) Top News At Lalita Park a mini-cricket island embedded deep inside the mostly-commercial and always congested Laxminagar area they are still talking about Mohit Ahlawat’s 300 off 72 balls and his 39 sixes It’s the day after this multi-purpose ground with irregular dimensions — it’s roughly a 60m x 40m patch with a 25-yard boundary behind the batsman — made a 21-year-old Delhi first-class player trend on twitter and put him on front page of newspapers Ahlawat’s brutal assault against a bowling attack a mix of club and mohalla players had the IPL franchise owners scrambling for the wicket-keeper batsman’s number and the international media hailing the son of a Haryana farmer as the ‘Indian who hit the first-ever T20 triple hundred’ Read | Delhi batsman Mohit Ahlawat scores record 300 runs in T20 match The innings has changed the life of a boy who had scored 5 runs in 5 Ranji Trophy innings for Delhi “Yes I have put my name in IPL auction but I am not sure if this knock will make people to notice me” Ahlawat was quoted as saying on Tuesday For a first-time cricket-watcher at Lalita Park what catches the eye is the concrete stage that is not far from the pitch The Yuva Kala Manch — that’s what is painted on it — sitting at cover is barren and vacant It has seen better days — it gets decked up for Ram Leela and when the tri-colour gets unfurled here The ground is a dustbowl that is skirted by tightly-packed weather-beaten matchbox-size flats tied together by low-hanging electric cables To get a sense of size it would be safe to say that at least five full Lalita Parks can be fitted into the sprawling 1729m X 1478m Melbourne Cricket Ground The ground in East Delhi where Mohit Ahlawat became the first batsman to score a triple hundred in a T20 match on Tuesday So it’s understandable that this Friends Premier League an initiative by the area’s enthusiastic youth isn’t recognised by the Delhi and District Cricket Association The treasurer of the tournament Manohar Yadav beams as he relives Ahlawat’s sixes However considering his area of work he confesses “We play this tournament with the pink ball they cost Rs 300 We had to replace the ball nine times because Ahlawat hit it well beyond the sight screen I believe some of his hits were over 100 metres” The news of the “72 ball 300” has spread as the tournament in its third edition has invited sudden interest Locals standing behind the wicket-keeper can easily hear the chatter on the field They also need to be cautious as sixes keep raining down on them They are used to it Monstrous scores aren’t new to the spectators here The scorer flaunts sheets that are littered with ‘4s’ and ‘6es’ Batsmen on these scorecards have only their first names recorded The organisers say that since the umpire has to shout the name of the incoming batsman from the middle it’s tough to catch the “full names” Regulars recall a local legend lovingly called “Lara” who scored a T20 double hundred last year He isn’t playing this time Today Lalita Park has another minor hero Sultan Ansari has hit 18 sixes in his 139 off 39 balls In one particular over he hit 34 runs — five consecutive sixes and a four Just then a batsmen glides the ball past the square leg boundary The umpire doesn’t signal a four Yadav clarifies “Since that is a short boundary you only get a couple for that” he says The treasurer believes Ahlawat’s record innings will boost the reputation of the tournament which will help attract bigger teams “Right now we can’t afford to invite registered clubs in Delhi because they will want a dressing room and other facilities This is a local tournament but after Ahlawat’s triple hundred we hope to attract more sponsors from next year” Yadav says Ahmed Ali who has played on this ground for a local club says the relatively smaller dimensions make it a batsman’s paradise “You are never out of the match on this ground because even an average batsman can hit a century as it is easy to hit boundaries Even in yesterday’s match Ahlawat’s team scored 416 but the rivals replied with 216 in just 15 overs” Ali says Even as another boundary-fest is in progress the live commentator had an important announcement to make “Aapke ghar pe mehmaan aaye hai Girish ji” he says as the spectator who is wanted at home raises his hand and rushes out of the ground One look at the bowler on this batting paradise you feel they’d want a similar announcement asking them to run home For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: November 12 2009 2:12 am Related News No matter how many times you hear themthere are some statistics that just bowl you over The one that always stuns me is this: Imagine if you took all the carstrucksplanestrains and ships in the world and added up their exhaust every year The amount of carbon dioxideor CO2all those carstrucksplanestrains and ships collectively emit into the atmosphere is actually less than the carbon emissions every year that result from the chopping down and clearing of tropical forests in places like BrazilIndonesia and the Congo We are now losing a tropical forest the size of New York State every yearand the carbon that releases into the atmosphere now accounts for roughly 17 per cent of all global emissions contributing to climate change It is going to be a long time before we transform the worlds transportation fleet so it is emission-free But right now like tomorrow we could eliminate 17 per cent of all global emissions if we could halt the cutting and burning of tropical forests But to do that requires putting in place a whole new system of economic development one that makes it more profitable for the poorerforest-rich nations to preserve and manage their trees rather than to chop them down to make furniture or plant soybeans Without a new system for economic development in the timber-rich tropicsyou can kiss the rainforests goodbye The old model of economic growth will devour them The only Amazon your grandchildren will ever relate to is the one that ends in dot-com and sells books To better understand this issueIm visiting the Tapajós National Forest in the heart of the Brazilian Amazon on a trip organised by Conservation International and the Brazilian government Flying in here by prop plane from Manausyou can understand why the Amazon rainforest is considered one of the lungs of the world Even from 20000 feetall you see in every direction is an unbroken expanse of rainforest treetops thatfrom the airlooks like a vast and endless carpet of broccoli Once on the groundwe drove from Santarém into Tapajóswhere we met with the community cooperative that manages the eco-friendly businesses here that support the 8000 local people living in this protected forest What you learn when you visit with a tiny Brazilian community that actually lives inand offthe forest is a simple but crucial truth: To save an ecosystem of natureyou need an ecosystem of markets and governance You need a new model of economic development one that is based on raising peoples standards of living by maintaining their natural capitalnot just by converting that natural capital to ranching or industrial farming or logging? 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