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GAC, The Indian company renamed it Tiago after making marketing lemonade out of a public relations lemon by holding an online renaming contest. Quick to notice that de Villiers was charging down the track, Mishra and Ashwin bowling in tandem may sound a good option. we’re still top, will hit the theatres on December 9." a statement on the AIFF website said. Reuters Speaking on the occasion, File picture of Mohammad Amir. arranged by head coach Waqar Younis and chief selector Haroon Rasheed.

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Royal Challengers of Bangalore’s Chris Gayle. Kohli didn’t want to change the opening partnership with Rahul that was doing well for the team and felt the need to strengthen the middle order."We felt we needed more solidity in the middle order Travis (Head) strikes the ball well KL (Rahul) and I have been opening well Also we thought Travis can give us a few overs of offspin if needed" Kohli was quoted saying after the game against Supergiants byESPNCricinfo Kohli also clarified that youngster Sarfaraz Khan was kept out of the side on fitness grounds as Kohli felt that in Twenty 20 format teams can’t afford too many slow players? "We don’t need to change anything we do. "We had to come and perform for us, — Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) December 1, 2015 Sonakshi Sinha: Praying for all affected in the #ChennaiFloods… Hope all gets ok soon! Praying for all affected in the #ChennaiFloods… Hope all gets ok soon — Sonakshi Sinha (@sonakshisinha) December 2 2015 Mallika Sherawat: Praying for all affected in #ChennaiFloods Hope it gets ok soon Praying for all affected in #ChennaiFloodsHope it gets ok soon — Mallika Sherawat (@mallikasherawat) December 2 2015 Daisy Shah: Prayers for those who are severely affected #ChennaiFloods Prayers for those who are severely affected #ChennaiFloods pictwittercom/7LDWGI7xIE — Daisy Shah (@ShahDaisy25) December 2 2015 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 31 2016 3:13 am Only a few people are seen waiting outside this bank before it opened for the day on Friday (Source: Amit Chakravarty) Top News IN SHARP contrast to the early days following the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes Friday the last day to deposit the now scrapped notes in banks saw only short queues at various banks’ branches across the city and suburbs While the morning hours saw people walking in to deposit old notes and make withdrawals over the counter by noon the queues were nearly over as most banks wore a deserted look with the weekend kicking in Watch What Else Is Making News: An employee at a private bank in Bandra said “In the morning we had a queue of 12 to 15 people and surprisingly most of them had come for withdrawals In fact people have managed to get rid of the old notes way back and there is no panic-like situation as was there in November We were anticipating chaos during these last few days but people have planned well in advance and managed to do away with the scrapped notes in the beginning itself The days of mad rush and chaos is over” Another employee of a nationalised bank in Mulund East added that depositing old currency is no more a big headache for people and they are inconvenienced more because of the withdrawal limits and the shortage of Rs 100 currency notes at ATMs “We have been able to dispense Rs 24000 to customers looking to withdraw from the bank and not faced shortage of cash in recent times But yes most of the notes we have are in Rs 2000 denomination” Vaibhav Khanna a 33-year-old businessman who was waiting for withdrawal outside a private bank in Andheri said “I rushed to deposit my old Rs 1000 and Rs 500 notes during the first week of demonetisation itself I didn’t want to wait till the last minute That time I had to wait for two hours Today I just waited for 20 minutes for withdrawal Now I’m just waiting for the Prime Minister’s speech on the New Year’s eve to see what his next big move will be I also hope the restriction on cash withdrawals end soon or at least the limits on ATM cash withdrawals are increased considerably” While banks have started dispensing more cash than initial few weeks of demonetisation and are relatively better equipped with cash many ATMs run out of cash within no time Sunanda Sen a 30-year-old media professional from Malad who deposited a few scrapped Rs 1000 notes on Friday without much hassle said “Most ATMs around my area are almost always shut They dispense cash some time in the morning and some time in the night Although in the initial days there were cash crunch in banks I don’t see that anymore Withdrawals from banks have become hassle free since the rush for deposit and exchange is over even before its Friday deadline” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News

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