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Sazid Ali and Zahid, La Liga has been criticised for not using video review while many other European leagues have already implemented the system.Written by AMRUTA LAKHE | Updated: August 11 2014 10:10 pm Best-selling author James Patterson talks about bringing his detective series Private to India and delving into Indian mythology with co-author Ashwin Sanghi. Related News The Private series follows a group of highly-trained sleuths solving crime across the world What made you set Private India (published by Random House India) in Mumbai I set my Private series all over the world but the vibrant cities and rich heritage of India made it the perfect place for its next adventure In addition Mumbai with its energy and blend of the cosmopolitan and the criminal underworld made for the most thrilling backdrop The book features the city’s famous characteristics How did the research and collaboration for the book work out Working with Ashwin (Sanghi) on the book helped give it a real Indian flavor I look to my co-writers to offer the local authenticity and Ashwin a lifelong Mumbaikar really provided this I gave him a guideline as well as an existing set of international characters that needed to be woven into his story We discussed the outline in detail made changes and then froze it Ashwin is well-known for his mythological and religious references Hence we brought a mythological twist with references to Goddess Durga to the plot Since your first book in 1976 you’ve sold millions page-turning thrillers Do you have a process for writing To make reading the book an “experience” is important I write stories the way people tell them I keep the chapters short But I always know who I am writing for and what they want I have a folder of ideas When I start a new book I look through the ideas pick a few I’d want to write about and then narrow them down until I know what the story is going to be I have to see the story in my head before writing What did you take away from your first Indian experience Working on a book set in India has opened my eyes to the variety of talent in the country and I plan to read more Indian writers Recently I have enjoyed Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland What kind of books do you enjoy as a reader and a writer I read very widely — my favourite book is One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez and I am also a huge fan of The Book Thief But I also like other thriller writers — Nelson DeMille Michael Connelly and James Lee Burke among others What are you working on My next book in the Private series will be Private LA in paperback in September and then Private Vegas in January 2015 My new Alex Cross book Hope to Die will be out in November [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Kolkata | Updated: March 14 2016 1:05 pm Pakistan are ready both physically and mentally believes captain Shahid Afridi (C) (Source: PTI) Related News 920 am: Pakistan check in at Eden Gardens – their first practice session for the World T20 A decent number of fans have turned up to take a close look at the stars – Shahid Afridi to be precise But the brief for the security personnel is to quarantine the place Disappointed the crowd plays peek-a-boo for a while Some shout ‘jitega bhai jitega India jitega’ But they eventually disperse (Full Coverage|| Fixtures||Photos) 1105 am: Afridi puts his pads on goes into the nets and the lensmen get busy A forward defensive shot on the first ball is sort of anticlimax The Pakistan T20 captain makes amends soon hitting a thunderous lofted drive that almost knocks Mohammad Amir’s head off 1137 am: A fresh and chirpy-looking Afridi arrives for the press conference – arguably the most high profile pre-tournament media event so far He starts off with a message for the Indian fans: “Indians love cricket They want to see Pakistan play here I have always enjoyed playing cricket here I’m on the last legs of my career but the love and affection we have gotten from the people here is something I will remember for the rest of my life” Drama and uncertainty preceded Pakistan’s arrival and questions on that come along the expected lines Afridi offers a straight bat “I don’t think it affected out preparations We had been practicing there Physically and mentally we were ready; that we would definitely come” The Pakistan Cricket Board had given the pullout option to its players for this tournament No one budged Does that mean the cricketers never had an issue Afridi explains: “Whatever decisions our government takes we support that But we are professional cricketers and not politicians We are hugely loved in India; have more fan-following here than Pakistan Sports always brings the two nations together and there can’t anything better than cricket (to bridge the gap) I think we should keep politics away from it” Kolkata seems to have become the cricketing destination of the country ever since the ICC has moved the marquee India versus Pakistan fixture from Dharamsala Both sides have some history to fall back on – India enjoying an all-win record against their arch-rivals in the ICC events while Pakistan haven’t ever lost a limited-overs game at Eden Gardens Afridi prefers to live in the present “We would like to keep the World Cup thing away for thinking about it ushers in negativity At the same time Eden brings good memories India have been playing very good cricket But we ran them close in the Asia Cup defending a very small total Virat (Kohli) and Yuvi (Yuvraj Singh) took the game away from us But it’s a different game (on March 19) and our body language would be good The first game (against a qualifier on March 16) would be very important You take rhythm from the opener” Rough ride Afridi will complete 20 years in international cricket in October It hasn’t always been a smooth ride especially as a captain Cricket captains are prone to harsh criticisms in this part of the world and the Pakistani swashbuckler has had a fair share of it “If you play for 20 years you will see ups and downs Players who can face difficulties come through I have performed and answered my critics” said Afridi Afridi however spoke about a leadership group in the team for the World T20 “In a big tournament like this responsibilities get shared Senior players like me Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez will take the pressure I have to contribute with the bat” Afridi has been struggling for form of late scoring 2 and 0 against India and Bangladesh respectively in the Asia Cup In the PSL also he had only 87 runs in 10 matches for Peshawar Zalmi But the skipper blames poor application for the team’s Asia Cup debacle “We didn’t play according to team plan If we execute our plans we should do well here” Coming back to bilateral relations Malik adds to the feel-good factor “I’m honoured to be here in India We are the same people and speak the same language My wife (Sania Mirza) is from India I come here a lot I never had any security problems” On the field however Pakistan have been playing catch-up as far as T20 cricket is concerned and the senior middle-order batsman agrees that the need of the hour is to be on par with the best in the world “If you look at Rohit (Sharma) AB (de Villiers) (Suresh) Raina Kohli – a lot cricketers (have improved) since they started playing the IPL PSL will have a similar effect” said Malik For Pakistan focus will now shift to cricket as they start their campaign with a warm-up fixture against Sri Lanka on Monday A side that swings between sublime and ludicrous the challenge would be to achieve consistency Fast bowling is their main weapon with Mohammad Amir leading the pack But Afridi knows for them to succeed on Indian soil it is the batsmen who will have to come good For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Christchurch | Published: February 24 2016 10:35 am Steve Smith (L) and Brendon McCullum shake hands as McCullum retires from international cricket (Source: AP) Related News Steve Smith and Adam Voges steered Australia through to a comprehensive Test series victory over New Zealand on Wednesday that takes the tourists back to the top of the Test world rankings After thrashing New Zealand in the first Test by an innings and 52 runs in Wellington last week Australia sealed the second match by seven wickets shortly after lunch on the fifth and final day at Hagley Oval It was their seventh win in 11 games under Smith’s captaincy The match was New Zealand captain McCullum’s 101st and final Test The 34-year-old now heads into international retirement but will still play on the lucrative Twenty20 circuit Smith ended the match on 53 not out his 16th Test half century and follows up his 138 in the first innings Voges hit the winning runs a boundary through the covers to move to 10 and take the visitors to 201 for three Australia had looked like achieving their victory target when they reached 169 for two at the scheduled lunch break before Joe Burns (65) was bowled by Trent Boult in the additional four overs offered by the umpires Voges and Smith then opted to see out victory after the break Share This Article Related Article Usman Khawaja (45) was the only other wicket to fall in the first session on Wednesday when he was well held by Brendon McCullum at first slip off Tim Southee Australia had only needed to draw the match at Hagley Oval to retake the top ranking in Test cricket from India Burns resumed on 27 and Khawaja on 19 with Australia 70 for one after being set 201 runs to win the match having dismissed the hosts in their second innings for 335 after tea on Tuesday Knowing they had the luxury of time to score the further 131 required neither Burns nor Khawaja took any unnecessary risks in the first session though Smith and Burns did increase the run rate after the left hander departed Neil Wagner who took a career best 6-106 in the first innings with short pitched tactics resorted to it again on Wednesday but the left armer rarely threatened on a placid pitch and in hot conditions For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News| New Delhi | Published: May 3 2014 5:00 pm The Amazing Spider-Man 2 review Related News The Amazing Spider-Man 2 works It might have 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