0 covers third Man 16 231/2 st Jonny Bairstow b Mohammad Nabi Super Over Mid on Bangalore 11 Mid Wicket Square Leg Mid on Mid off AB de Villiers de Villiers b Mohammad Nabi India Today Web Desk HyderabadMarch 31, 2019UPDATED: March 31, 2019 16:16 IST Prayas Ray Barman was named in the RCB playing XI for their IPL 2019 match against SRH on Sunday (prayas.rb Instagram Photo)HIGHLIGHTSRoyal Challengers Bangalore’s Prayas Ray Barman becomes the youngest debutant in IPL cricketPrayas Ray Barman had become the youngest crorepati when he pocketed Rs 1.5 crore at IPL 2019 auctionPrayas, who has a 6’1 inch frame, has been impressing at the domestic level with his leg-spinPrayas Ray Barman become the youngest player to make his Indian Premier League (IPL) debut when he was named in the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) playing XI for their away match against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Sunday.Prayas Ray Barman is 16 years and 157 days old. Afghanistan’s mystery spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman had held the record previously. He had made his IPL debut for Kings XI Punjab in IPL 2018 when he was 17 years and 11 days old.”He is an exciting talent,” RCB captain Virat Kohli said after naming the changes to the playing XI at the toss on Sunday. The numbers back up Kohli’s assessment as Prayas Ray Barman has been able to attract a lot of eyeballs with his performances in the recent past.#Debut for Prayas Ray Barman! #PlayBold #VIVOIPL2019 #SRHvRCBRoyal Challengers (@RCBTweets) March 31, 2019Prayas Ray Barman had become the youngest crorepati when he pocketed Rs 1.5 crore, close to eight times his base price of Rs 20 lakh at the IPL auction in December.Prayas hails from Durgapur and he started playing professional cricket at Rampal Cricket Academy in Gargi College of South Delhi. However, he was groomed into a solid cricketer at his hometown where he trained at the Durgapur Cricket Centre. He made his name in the junior circuit after impressing at the Ambar Roy Sub-Junior U-14 cricket tournament.Prayas was forced to give up the comfort of staying with his parents as he moved to Kolkata where he now lives with his grandparents in a small flat.advertisementVirat Kohli calls it right at the toss and elects to bowl first against @SunRisers #SRHvRCB #VIVOIPL pic.twitter.com/oJ7jobTOcFIndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 31, 2019Prayas, who has a 6’1 inch frame, plays for Bengal and he grabbed the spotlight with some fine performances in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 50-over tournament earlier this year. He topped the bowling charts for Bengal with 11 wickets from 9 matches at a miserly economy rate of 4.45.In his maiden List A match, Prayas had picked up a four-wicket haul for Bengal against Jammu and Kashmir.Following the auction, Prayas had played for Bengal in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament and picked up four wickets from as many matches at an economy rate of 7.11. Prayas is also a handy batsman, who can hit the big ones at will.Prayas also represented India B U-19 team in unofficial one-dayers against Afghanistan U-19, South Africa U-19, and India A U-19. He shone in his first match for India B U-19 by picking up a match-winning three-wicket haul against Afghanistan U-19 in Thiruvananthapuram.Prayas had reportedly attended trails with Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians but he was destined to share the dressing room with his idol and India captain, Kohli that we went to RCB even without having a trail with the Bangalore-based franchise.”Like any other youngster in India, Virat is our role model. I always had a dream to click a photo with Kohli. I’ve tried a lot but did not get an opportunity. Now that I would be sharing the dressing room with my hero is just unbelievable,” Prayas Ray Barman had said.Also See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Prayas Ray BarmanFollow IPL 2019Follow Royal Challengers BangaloreFollow IPL youngest debutantFollow Mujeeb Ur RahmanFollow Virat Kohli Mid off Colin de Grandhomme de Grandhomme run out (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) 137.5 Mid on Mid Wicket 19 Toss: BLR elected to field Point 0 Top Batsmen Top Batsmen covers 114 (56) Umesh Yadav U. Yadav run out (Vijay Shankar) S/R – 1 113 Mid Wicket 2 run out (Mohammad Nabi) commentary c Deepak Hooda b Mohammad Nabi Hyderabad HYD Point not out Hyderabad HYD Square Leg Parthiv Patel (wk) P. Patel (wk) c Manish Pandey b Mohammad Nabi Point covers fine Leg 50 third Man r 8 3 3.5 6s view more view less 113 Point Square Leg Mid Wicket 19 0 8 Bangalore BLR Shimron Hetmyer S. Hetmyer st Jonny Bairstow b Mohammad Nabi wd 14 Mid on 2 graphs fine Leg 3 All batsmen are considered right handed fine Leg Mid off Mid Wicket Mohammad Nabi M. Nabi Indian Premier League, 2019 0 Point fine Leg 0 All batsmen are considered right handed 4s 3/19 (3.5) 4 3 third Man third Man c Deepak Hooda b Sandeep Sharma fine Leg Prayas Ray Barman Ray Barman c Deepak Hooda b Sandeep Sharma 33.33 All batsmen are considered right handed All batsmen are considered right handed Scorecard All batsmen are considered right handed fine Leg 0 8.33 0 covers fine Leg All batsmen are considered right handed Mid on 1 Mid on Rashid Khan R. Khan Point b Mohammad Nabi covers 0 100 (55) Mid off 9 8 71.42 1 2 0 Mid Wicket Point covers 100 4 113/10 ( Y. Chahal 19.5 Overs) , fine Leg (19.5) covers Series Status: Player Of The Match: Jonny Bairstow e/r Square Leg 0 30/5 ( M. Ali 6.2 Overs) , 0 All batsmen are considered right handed Hyderabad beat Bangalore by 118 runs view full scorecard Square Leg Mid Wicket Mid on run out (Vijay Shankar) Mid Wicket Mid on 5.33 0 37 32 Mohammad Nabi (HYD) M. Nabi (HYD) w 0 Mid off third Man 4 Point Mid Wicket SRH vs RCB: Prayas Ray Barman becomes youngest IPL debutant at 16Prayas Ray Barman, who grabbed limelight with his performances in Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018-19, was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 1.5 crore, nearly eight times his base price. The 16-year-old, who has a 6’1 inch frame, bowls leg-spin and is a handy batsman too. 1 covers Moeen Ali M. Ali run out (Mohammad Nabi) c Deepak Hooda b Sandeep Sharma Mid on (20.0) 0 Shivam Dubey S. Dubey c Deepak Hooda b Mohammad Nabi 115.62 Top Bowlers Top Bowlers Point Vijay Shankar V. Shankar 0 Mid off third Man 35/6 ( S. Dubey 7.3 Overs) , 7 0 Bangalore batting BLR batting 25 Mid off Match Ended All batsmen are considered right handed (19.5) 231/2 4.95 fine Leg All batsmen are considered right handed 0 advertisement Mid Wicket 37.5 9 Jonny Bairstow (HYD) J. Bairstow (HYD) Point Mohammed Siraj M. Siraj not out c Manish Pandey b Mohammad Nabi 3 Square Leg 2 2 Mid off c David Warner b Sandeep Sharma fine Leg fine Leg (19.5) Square Leg nb 0 13/1 ( P. Patel 2 Overs) , 0 covers 1 third Man Mid off 24 1 (20.0) Point 30 third Man 5 Sandeep Sharma (HYD) S. Sharma (HYD) 20/2 ( S. Hetmyer 3.1 Overs) , Hyderabad B 79.16 Extras: 8 runs (B: 4, LB: 0, WD: 3, NB: 1, P: 0) third Man Square Leg Fall of Wickets 0 Siddarth Kaul S. Kaul Yuzvendra Chahal Y. Chahal c Deepak Hooda b Sandeep Sharma 30/4 ( V. Kohli 6.1 Overs) , 13 3 Bangalore BLR 25 109/9 ( de Grandhomme 18.3 Overs) , 0 Square Leg 10 All batsmen are considered right handed 113 0 0 2.75 22/3 ( de Villiers 3.4 Overs) , Mid on R Hyderabad Bowling HYD Bowling 3 3 Mid off Virat Kohli (c) V. Kohli (c) c David Warner b Sandeep Sharma 1 Indian Premier League, 2019 Time: (GMT) | 16:00 (Local Time) 2 third Man covers 0 0 0 11 Sandeep Sharma S. Sharma Indian Premier League, 2019, Match 11 0 Bhuvneshwar Kumar (c) B. Kumar (c) vs Square Leg 0 Square Leg Mid on 103/8 ( U. Yadav 17.3 Overs) , 0 Match Ended 25 9 6.5 155.55 third Man 86/7 ( Ray Barman 15.1 Overs) , 0 All batsmen are considered right handed o Mid Wicket Mid off 6.25 David Warner (HYD) D. Warner (HYD) m 0 run out (Bhuvneshwar Kumar) 0 covers 0 Referee: Chinmay Sharma (IND) Umpires: KN Ananthapadmanabhan (IND), S Ravi (IND) and Chettithody Shamshuddin (IND) No data available! 2 4/11 (4) 1
According to eyewitnesses, when the bus reached the level crossing, the gate had been closed. But the bus conductor alighted and signalled the driver to drive the bus in a zigzag manner across the rail track to avoid the gate, despite the warnings of the gate operator. As the train approached, the rear half of the bus was still on the track.It was later revealed that the bus crew took the risk to gain an advantage over another passenger bus following the same route. (Colombo Gazette) Both convicts had 100 other charges against their name in relation to the case. The privately owned Colombo-bound passenger bus from Galkiriyagama collided with an inter-city express train running from Colombo to Kandy in April 2005. The bus was pulled by the train nearly 75 metres before bursting into flames. It was reported at the time that about 120 passengers were aboard the bus, which had seats for only 55 passengers. The driver and conductor of the passenger bus which met with an accident at Yangalmodara in 2005 after colliding with a train killing over 40 people, were sentenced to death by the Kurunegala High Court today.The High Court judge ruled that the driver and conductor were responsible for the death of 41 passengers and creating bodily harm to around 30 others.