The BCCI had extended the deadline to apply for the post of head coach till July 9.
Probably, this is where Kumble lacked as in his parting message on Twitter, he revealed: "The captain had reservations about my style and my continuing as the Head Coach". However, things have changed now and the BCCI might face a tough time choosing Anil Kumble's successor as a number of high-profile individuals have applied for the top job. Prasad, who is now working as the junior India chief selector, had also applied for the post in 2016. For one, they alleged, "Anil Kumble treated players like school kids."The coach reportedly gave the players a "dressing-down" after the team lost the ICC Champions Trophy final to Pakistan at The Oval on June 18". If the reports are to be believed and the 47-year-old has indeed applied for the job then he'll be contesting against former Indian cricketers Ravi Shastri and Virender Sehwag.
As it appears that Ravi Shastri might be selected monotonously, and at this moment, one must be aware of the flaws and positive impact that can be found under the coaching of Ravi Shastri. The cricket world is aware of the good relationship that Ravi Shastri has with Virat Kohli. He has also had experience of coaching junior teams, which would work in his favour. In a statement, which seems to back the former's approach, the support staff says that it is important for a leader to "yield to the demands of the group".
Officials say that fire crews are expected to face dry, windy conditions Tuesday and a "high potential" for extreme fire behavior. Those statistics don't count any of the fires that began burning in June, including the 27 fires now burning across 11 states.
After Yanez reached Castile's driver's side window, roughly 30 seconds passed before Yanez fired his weapon. The officer testified that Castile was pulling his gun out of his pocket despite his commands not to do so.
When filming wrapped on Pretty Little Liars last fall, Shay Mitchell couldn't leave without taking a little piece of Emily Fields. According to TVLine , Marlene King is opening up about what fans can expect to see in the Pretty Little Liars series finale.
She's also expected to become one of the most closely-watched junior lawmakers in Washington given the symbolism of her win . On "The Five" tonight, Jesse Watters said Pelosi fundamentally doesn't understand America or Americans. "We're a family.
Reportedly, Shiv Sena President Thackeray has stuck to his party's aggressive stance on the issue of the Presidential polls. One was of (RSS chief) Mohan Bhagwat . "The burden of loan waiver will be on the Government and not banks", he had said.
He offered a clarification on the show though: "To be clear, all I said in the clip there is that I was considering a run". If I decide to run, obviously, I'm not gonna ask the Russians to help my campaign.
Waymo's test is an effort to understand where regular people want to go with self-driving cars , and how they interact with them. Meanwhile, Apple is leasing a fleet of cars from Hertz in its own test of self-driving technology, according to Bloomberg .
Travelers walk near a sign for global arrivals at the Seattle-Tacoma worldwide Airport, Monday, June 26, 2017, in Seattle. The fate of refugees, who often don't have relatives or jobs waiting for them in the US , also hangs in the balance.
In a similar BAT attack on May one, two Indian soldiers were beheaded in Krishna Ghati sector in Poonch district. It is known for intruders to carry out attacks on patrolling soldiers along the LoC and mutilate their bodies.
Even with the progress over the last two days, though, Sava said Scalise will remain in the hospital for the near future. After Scalise was shot in the hip, the bullet traveled through his pelvis, fractured bones and injured internal organs.
Manslaughter charges considered in Grenfell fire inquiry
All these fit into what London's police say is one of the largest and most complex investigations they have ever carried out. Tributes to victims of the Grenfell Tower block fire are seen near the building in North Kensington, west London , Friday.
Colombia takes big step to peace as rebels lay down guns
The FARC and the government have also promised to stamp out the rampant drug production that had fueled the conflict for decades. Some of them will get amnesties or reduced sentences for crimes committed during the conflict.
HMD Global To Launch Nokia 6 Early July In The US
Delivering sharp pictures, Nokia 6 also features a dual tone flash, meaning natural colors and skin tones indoors and out. It's been a while since we've seen a new Nokia smartphone on USA shores, but that's going to change next month.
Amazon's Echo Drops to Lowest Price to Date
If you're still unsure about clicking the buy button, here's a reminder of what the Alexa-equipped smart speaker is capable of. On June 28, Amazon will release its $229 Echo Show, the latest entry in the retail giant's line of Echo smart speakers .
UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said even though the party opposes same-sex marriage, it is "nonsense" to call the party homophobic. One possible effect of Brexit is the "hardening" of the border between UK-controlled Northern Ireland and the state of Ireland.
Venezuela, US spar at OAS Mexico meeting
Maduro says the protests, along with the diplomatic efforts, are part of a plot by the U.S. to topple him. But the special session on Venezuela ended with no resolution approved.
Israel did not comply with UN call to stop settlements
In the absence of funding from the Palestinian Authority, money will need to come from the worldwide community or private donors. Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said: "Providing electricity to the Gaza Strip is an internal Palestinian issue ".
Mkhwebane to oppose Zuma's review of state capture report
South African bonds weakened on Monday afternoon in line with the rand, which in turn, was affected by local political concerns. ANCYL President Collin Maine says they are willing to work with Mkhwebane to ensure the money is paid back.
The high cost of displacement due to war, violence
People internally displaced are defined as still living in their home country, but have nowhere to actually live. It is a smaller increase than 2014-15, when the figure rose by five million, reports the BBC.