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21st May 2013, Tuesday

Match and spot fixing in Cricket – Loophole and grey areas

Can betting, spot fixing and match fixing ever vanish from cricket? The answer is no as there are so many loopholes and grey areas.

Here are a few which come to my mind:

  1. If a single ball can fetch 10 lakhs to a bowler in the IPL then the bowler who plays all 16 matches to bowl all 384 balls can be lured to a market worth 38.4 crores. Any player, who is made to feel that his bookie worth is Rs. 38.4 crores, invariably may start looking for avenues where he can earn money and yet not get caught. Even if he accepts one ball per match the additional income will be 1.6 crores.
  2. The present players were caught because they were talking on mobile phones, which a professional and seasoned corrupt cricket player would never do. There are better ways of communicating than a mobile phone including personal meetings. A seasoned corrupt cricket player would not fix a ball or an over by showing signals like wearing towels, moving wrist etc. He would do that in a pre-agreed way without making it necessary to show on the field. Showing of a signal means that multiple parties are involved in the booking at multiple levels and the deal has been fixed at a very lower level of the nexus.
  3. If a player wants to bet one ball per match, which is pre-defined ball, it will be difficult for anyone to catch him. For example, a pace bowler is allowed to bowl a bouncer in an over and if he can communicate to the bookie that the fourth of the over will be a bouncer, it will be difficult for anyone to catch.
  4. How can one catch a corrupt player who is betting on a no ball without a usual bookie? Nobody stops the relative, friends or an acquaintance of a player to bet money on a pre-decided ball without involvement of any bookie. For example, a player himself can bet money on his ball through an acquaintance non bookie. For example, if the 6th ball is going to be a no ball, you don’t need a bookie for the same. You can bet on your own.
  5. Today, people are talking about betting by a bowler, batsman or other players but nobody talks about betting by an umpire. They are the least paid, lead a non-celebrity lifestyle and are most vulnerable. Giving an ‘out’ as ‘not out’ and a ‘not out’ as ‘out’ can change the perception of the game. Their mistakes are never discussed as being fixed. In my feeling, they are the more vulnerable victims than bowlers and/or the batsmen.
  6. It is scientifically possible to bowl in such a way that the bowler decides that how many runs can go on that ball because bowler is the one who is placing fielding. If his field setting is on the off-side and he bowls on the leg-side, there is every chance that the ball will go for a boundary because of lack of fielders on the leg-side.
  7. If a bowler has betted for a minimum number of runs in an over, one may find a typical pattern of runs being scored in his bowling. He may try to give as many runs in the first three balls so that control lies with him for the subsequent three balls. For example, if he has to give 15 runs in an over, he will try to give 12-14 runs in the first three balls.
  8. More the strategic time out intervals (4 intervals of 180 minutes each) more will be the betting options. In fixed matches each cricketing session between the intervals is vulnerable for betting and fixing. Each session is opened for a number of runs by the bookie. Again in the fixed session one will see many typical patterns
  9. For example, if less than 72 runs are to be given in the first six overs, then the bowler may try to give 60 runs in the first three overs and then restrict next three overs to 10 runs. This is done to lure the customers. In a session of 75 runs if in the first three overs, 60 runs are made, all investors will feel of joining thinking 75 runs session will cross not being aware that the session is fixed and the bowlers will not allow more than 75 runs in the session. The bowlers will make sure that in the subsequent session, they don’t give runs.
  10. The reverse is equally true. The bowlers may give only 10 runs in the first three overs making people believe that the batsman would not be able to make runs in the subsequent three overs also and suddenly you find in the next three overs, batsmen make 65 runs. So it is possible to analyze run patterns in each session to suspect betting or fixing.
  11. In the current IPL, we have seen many tight matches which were won in the last over or the last bowl. If this happens too frequently, there are chances of betting or fixing. Already one IPL match is under scrutiny where one team failed to make 14 runs in 12 balls in the last over which is unusual for any IPL match.
  12. You are caught only if you are intercepted while talking over phone or you talk loose under sting operation or you give anything in writing weather print or electronic mail or you are caught receiving money or are in possession of money. A good seasoned corrupt cricketer will never indulge into it.
  13. Alcoholism and womanizing are both a part of corrupt practices and responsible for leak of information. Under the influence of alcohol one tends to talk loose and leak out the secrets. During loose sex with a casual partner also one tends to open out and speak the secrets. Chanakya Neeti, has been advocating about beware of implanted girls by the interested parties.
  14. As per Chanakya Neeti corrupt people are not supposed to indulge sex with strangers especially under the influence of alcohol. The neeti also teaches not to get intimate with a woman. Most movies show this where chief dacoit does not allow women members I the gang.
  15. Womanizing, alcoholism and corruption go hand in hand. People, for whom corruption is profession, always keep woman and alcohol out of their business and if they womanize, it is not under the influence of alcohol.
  16. For B & C grade heroines, cricket stars are a way of getting easy money. Many bookies will hire them to lure cricketers and try to extract secret information.
  17. Remember Charles Shobraj was a genius; if he had used his intellect as a scientist for the welfare of the society, he would have received Noble Prize by now. Ravana and Kansa were both geniuses. Chanakaya Neeti also says that corrupt practices never last for more than 8 years. Our mythology also shows that you have to pay in this birth or next birth for the results of the corrupt actions. The idea, therefore, should be to use your intellect in such a way that it ends up in the welfare of the society and not earning easy money which may put you behind the bars after some time.
  18. Loopholes are and will be there in the society but one should not get lured by the above loopholes but live an honest life.
  19. Of course there will be circumstances where the bookies will make you commit mistakes by blackmailing or threatening you but these are not common instances. They may plant a call girl in your hotel in the disguise of a room service and later blackmail you. They may even make a MMS or film a short movie.
  20. It is also possible that the IO’s are corrupt. Even if the police intercept that a ball is going to be fixed, who can stop the same policeman from earning money by betting on the same ball. Who stops all the investigating officers instead of arresting the bookie earn money by betting?
  21. Who stops two captains to ask their family members to bet heavy amount of money as to which player is going to bat first. Both of them can fix each other and make money by betting without involving a bookie. The same understanding can be between two managers, coaches, or two owners of the teams.
  22. Who stops any renowned cricketer to bet on his own performance through a non-bookie partner? It is easy for them to multiply money of investors through a non-bookie.
  23. Even the commentators influence the match betting. We can some of the past eminent cricketers giving their opinions as to who will win before and during time outs and that puts innocent people to bet their opinion.

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New Delhi: A study will be conducted across India to explore better therapy to control the double-barrel menace of diabetes coupled with obesity, doctors said Thursday. "We have found that Indian population is predisposed to obesity at a younger age and diabetes is a growing menace. The study will be ethnic-specific. We will conduct the study in south, central and north India," said Deep Goel, director, bariatric surgery, BLK Super Speciality Hospital. "With the help of various institutions, we will start the study in a couple of months," Goel said. The detailed study across the country on diabesity (diabetes plus obesity) will be supported by University of Dresden, Germany and Beijing Genomics Institute of China. BLK Super Speciality Hospital in the national capital is the nodal centre in India for the study. According to the doctors, mostly affluent urban Indians are now obese and obesity is increasing rapidly among urban school children. The populations which was under-nourished for a long time are now exposed to the overnourishment of the modern world through globalisation and westernisation, which has led to increased consumption of junk food, said Praneet Kaur, CEO, BLK Super Speciality Hospital. "With the bad fat nutritional history of the developing world, the epidemic is exploding in developing countries. In order to address this, the study will help to explore various modalities and therapeutic interventions," Kaur said. Indians are more vulnerable to diabetes because genetically they have a higher percentage of body fat to muscle compared to Europeans. As per the doctors, the fat is usually deposited around the abdomen, where it interferes with insulin and increases sugar levels in the blood, causing diabetes in people with a low body mass index. The study will also discuss about safety, durability of diabetes recovery and long- term outcome of surgical diabetes therapy. (Source: The Pioneer, 16 May 2013)

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The upcoming JNC 2013 update is likely to go with a hypertension treatment target of 140/90 mm Hg for all but older adults, a panel of experts on the guidelines committee suggested. A "one-size-fits-most" goal seems to work well, although the higher target is defensible for patients over age 60, particularly those past 80. The guidelines, formerly known as JNC-8 and now renamed JNC 2013.

Unmet need for contraception balloons in poor countries: Study

MUMBAI: The total number of women in need of contraception increased globally by 151 million in the period from 2003 to 2012, with much of the unmet need concentrated in 69 poor income countries, revealed a study conducted by the Guttmacher Institute, which was published in reputed medical journal the Lancet on Thursday. The findings go beyond the known gap between the developed and developing parts of the world, to highlight significant differentials within developing countries as well. (Source: TOI, May 17, 2013)

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Once an old man spread rumors that his neighbour was a thief. As a result, the young man was arrested and only months later he was proved innocent. After being released he sued the old man for wrongly accusing him.

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Weakness or Strength?

Sometimes our biggest weakness can become our biggest strength. Take, for example, the story of one 10-year-old boy who decided to study Judo despite the fact that he had lost his left arm in a devastating car accident.

The boy began lessons with an old Japanese Judo master. The boy was doing well, so he couldn’t understand why, after three months of training the master had taught him only one move. “Sensei,” the boy finally said, “Shouldn’t I be learning more moves?”

“This is the only move you know, but this is the only move you’ll ever need to know.” – the sensei replied. Not quite understanding, but believing in his teacher, the boy kept training.

Several months later, the sensei took the boy to his first tournament. Surprising himself, the boy easily won his first two matches. The third match proved to be more difficult, but after some time, his opponent became impatient and charged; the boy deftly used his one move to win the match. Still amazed by his success, the boy was now in the finals.

This time, his opponent was bigger, stronger, and more experienced. For a while, the boy appeared to be overmatched. Concerned that the boy might get hurt, the referee called a time-out. He was about to stop the match when the sensei intervened. “No,” the sensei insisted, “Let him continue.” Soon after the match resumed, his opponent made a critical mistake: he dropped his guard. Instantly, the boy used his move to pin him. The boy had won the match and the tournament. He was the champion.

On the way home, the boy and sensei reviewed every move in each and every match. Then the boy summoned the courage to ask what was really on his mind. “Sensei, how did I win the tournament with only one move?”

“You won for two reasons,” the sensei answered. “First, you’ve almost mastered one of the most difficult throws in all of judo. And second, the only known defense for that move is for your opponent to grab your left arm.”

The boy’s biggest weakness had become his biggest strength.

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Can a vaccinated dog transmit rabies? How effective is dog vaccine?

If a potent veterinary vaccine is given correctly as per pre-exposure schedule, it will mostly prevent rabies in the vaccinated dog, unless the exposure is severe. Ideally, its sera should be tested for protective antibody titre level but this is rarely practicable due to scare facilities in our country. Consequently, PEP vaccination is recommended following bites even by vaccinated dogs. It has been noted that:-

(1) 6% of dogs found rabid have a reliable pre-exposure rabies vaccine history and that
(2) 40% of dogs’ vaccinated only one time lost most of their immunity 4-6 months later.
(3) Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) vaccination is not very successful in dogs.

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How do the consumer courts decide the quantum of compensation?

Q. How do the consumer courts decide the quantum of compensation?


  1. There are no definite guide lines. The usual approach is to roughly calculate the loss of income that might have been earned had there been no death or disability. In addition, there is some compensation paid for mental agony and loss of company. In general, consumer courts award much less than the amount that might be calculated in this manner. In Malay Ganguli case (Dr. Kunal Saha case) the amount claimed was about 77 crore but he got only about 1.7 crore.
  2. I have claimed R. 7.8 crore for a client of mine for disability and also Rs. 7 crore for another client for death. Both complaints have been admitted and are pending in the NC. The medical negligence is very clear in both cases and the amount claimed is as per the above principles.Both claims are genuine. I have told my clients they may expect not more than a crore. Probably they might get in lakhs.
  3. The the consumer courts in India award much less than would be awarded by courts in USA.
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The nurse applies mafenide acetate (Sulfamylon cream) to Clara, who has second and third degree burns on the right upper and lower extremities, as ordered by the physician. This medication will:

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B. Relieve pain from the burn
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A. A crash cart with bed board
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C. An airway and rebreathing mask
D. Two ampoules of sodium bicarbonate

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Clinical and forensic autopsies have an overlapping role towards each other

  • Postmortem examination of a dead body is carried out to gain insight of anatomy and pathology of corpse and close examination of the injuries, marks of weapon or disease process and it is important for forensic application of medical knowledge.
  • Whether it is a clinical/pathological or forensic, autopsy is nothing but the medical study of a dead body and is carried out to enhance clinical findings and its correlation with patient clinical manifestation during the treatment or understanding some unrevealed aspect of disease/diagnose the disease, which has caused the mortality when antemortem efforts have failed or the autopsy/disease process in situ. These findings may be simultaneously used for medicolegal purpose.
  • The procedure of both the autopsies is same; the autopsy conducted by a forensic expert in cases of sudden/unexpected/unexplained death is nothing but a pure clinical autopsy.
  • The opinion expressed on the basis of a clinical autopsy is examined or cross examined in departmental/institutional peer review as the findings and opinion after a forensic autopsy has to withstand the acid test of cross examination by the defense lawyer/prosecutor and judges on circumstantial evidences available before honorable court.

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Five a Day

As per the USDA Food Guide Pyramid, one should take 5–9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Fruits and vegetables may help lower the risk of some cancers. Fruits, vegetables and grain products that contain fiber, particularly soluble fiber, may help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Fiber–containing grain products, fruits and vegetables may help reduce the risk of some cancers, said Padamshri & Dr. BC Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India & National Vice President Elect IMA.

A serving size is:

  • One medium–size fruit
  • 1/2 cup raw, cooked, frozen or canned fruits (in 100% juice) or vegetables
  • 3/4 cup (6 oz.) 100% fruit or vegetable juice
  • 1/2 cup cooked, canned or frozen legumes (beans and peas)
  • 1 cup raw, leafy vegetables
  • 1/4 cup dried fruit
  • 5 servings mean 2 fruits and 3 vegetables; 7 servings mean 3 fruits;4 vegetables and 9 servings mean 4 fruits, 5 vegetables Carrot, Celery, Cantaloupe, Cucumber and Corn are the five "Cs" which can be incorporated in the 'five-a-day' diet.


  • Snacking on raw vegetables instead of potato chips.
  • Adding fruit to your cereal at breakfast.
  • Using the salad bar when you go out for lunch or to the grocery store.
  • Loading up on juice instead of a usual coffee, tea or soda.
  • Wash fruits and vegetables with water and scrub with a dish brush when appropriate: for example, before eating apples, cucumbers, potatoes, or other produce in which the outer skin or peeling is consumed.
  • Throw away the outer leaves of leafy vegetables, such as lettuce and cabbage.
  • Peel and cook when appropriate, although some nutrients and fiber may be lost when produce is peeled.
  • When buying from a salad bar, avoid fruits and vegetables that look brownish, slimy or dried out. These are signs that the product has been held at an improper temperature.
  • Wash cutting boards with hot water, soap and a scrub brush to remove food particles.
  • Wash hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds before and after handling food, especially fresh whole fruits and vegetables and raw meat, poultry and fish. Clean under fingernails, too.

Formula 1: Have a mix of seven colours and six tastes
Formula 2: Try to eat fruits alone and not mix them with any thing.
Formula 3: Vegetables can be mixed with any other food.

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  1. Dear Dr Aggarwal, Read your attachment about your views on pardon to Sanjay, Salman your suggestion to them, or to anyone, to open the NGO infield they have committed the crime, that's the good way to express there realization of there crime.

    Don't you think this should be done exclusively with single motto of guilt and repentance and not with the intention to get pardon of there crime, however, in my own opinion, if his good character/work are visible during trial, the court/or so called authorities can take the lenient view and award lesser punishment, but in no case grant completely pardon and that too for the person having no exemplary record and no proof crime happened in innocent.
    If it so there are many one time murderer/offenders, who can all take the same course as suggested and be available for pardon.
    Since the pardon do exist in system, it should be considered where crime was committed by the person of exemplary track record and that too happened very innocently with zero suspicion of bad motive.

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Communication Skills 23rd October, Wednesday
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President of Heart Care foundation of India

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