Sri Lanka: Navy Assists in Repatriation of 4 Indian Fishermen

first_img Share this article View post tag: Naval View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today Sri Lanka: Navy Assists in Repatriation of 4 Indian Fishermen View post tag: Sri View post tag: Assists January 10, 2012 View post tag: Indian View post tag: Repatriation Sri Lanka: Navy Assists in Repatriation of 4 Indian Fishermen View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Fishermen View post tag: 4 View post tag: Lanka Sri Lanka Navy assisted in the repatriation of 04 Indian fishermen on 09th January 2012.The fishermen and their fishing trawler bearing the registration number TN/10/MFB/168 were handed over to the Indian Coast Guard Ship Vajra in the seas off Delft. Sri Lanka Naval Ship Ranadheera, assisted the mission.The four Indian fishermen were rescued by the Navy in Sri Lankan waters where their trawlers had developed mechanical problems.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , January 10, 2012; Image: modlast_img read more

Hope into top 10 of ICC one-day rankings after bumper India series

first_imgLONDON, England (CMC) – Elegant West Indies stroke-maker Shai Hope has moved into the top 10 of the ICC one-day batting rankings for the first time, following his heavy scoring in the recent series against India.In the latest rankings released Monday, the 26-year-old opener had jumped five spots to ninth position, to be the highest placed West Indies batsman.His upward movement comes on the heels of the three-match series against India where he gathered 222 runs at an average of 111, to top the Caribbean side’s aggregates.The Barbadian struck an unbeaten 102 in the opening ODI in Chennai which West Indies won by eight wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the series.Overall, Hope has scored eight ODI hundreds and boasts a career average of 52.75. More instructively, he has scored four hundreds in 2019 at an average of 61.13 – the highest of any player who has featured in more than 20 matches.Hope was one of several West Indies players enjoying a rise in the ICC rankings. Left-hander Shimron Hetmyer, who finished the India series with 180 runs at an average of 60 – including a career-best 139 in Chennai – has jumped six places to 19th.Nicholas Pooran, another exciting left-hander, enjoyed the biggest leap moving 33 places to 30th, following a series which saw him plunder two half-centuries en route to 193 runs at an average of 96.50.They are the only West Indies players in the top 50 of the rankings.In the bowling rankings, left-arm speedster Sheldon Cottrell leapt six spots to 30th after picking up five wickets while rookie seamer Keemo Paul catapulted 35 places to 104th after claiming six wickets in the series.India captain and master batsman Virat Kohli tops the batting rankings while teammate, seamer Jasprit Bumrah, continues at the top of the bowling rankings.last_img read more