Press Trust of India WorcesterJuly 21, 2019UPDATED: July 21, 2019 23:30 IST Indian fans supporting Team India. (Representational AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia U-19 side produced a disciplined bowling effort to dismiss the English side for 204 in 46.3 oversPace-spin duo of Kartik Tyagi (3/35) and Ravi Bishnoi (3/40) were the peak of the bowlers for India Under-19Jaiswal then scored 78 off 115 balls studded with nine hits to the fence to anchor India U-19 chaseOpener Yashasvi Jaiswal hit a patient half-century after a superb display by the bowlers as Indian colts made an impressive start to their campaign, notching up a comprehensive five-wicket win over England in the Tri-Nation under-19 tournament here Sunday.India U-19 side produced a disciplined bowling effort to dismiss the English side for 204 in 46.3 overs after their skipper George Balderson won the toss and elected to bat at the County Ground here.Pace-spin duo of Kartik Tyagi (3/35) and Ravi Bishnoi (3/40) were the peak of the bowlers, scalping three wickets each, while SS Mishra (2/39) and V Patil (2/46) accounted for two wickets each.Jaiswal then scored 78 off 115 balls studded with nine hits to the fence to anchor India U-19 chase.Divyaansh Saxena (43) and Priyam Garg (38) also came up with useful contribution with the bat as the visitors romped home in 39.2 overs.Also Read | Army chief approves MS Dhoni’s request to train with paramilitary regimentAlso Read | How Shreyas Iyer and Manish Pandey are key to solving India’s middle-order puzzleAlso 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 bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow India Under-19Follow England India U-19 thrash England U-19 by five wickets in Tri-nation tournamentPace-spin duo of Kartik Tyagi (3/35) and Ravi Bishnoi (3/40) were the peak of the bowlers, scalping three wickets each, while SS Mishra (2/39) and V Patil (2/46) accounted for two wickets each as India colts went onto a register an impressive win over hosts England.advertisement
11 May 2011Policies aimed at expanding trade in Bhutan and promoting the Asian country’s unique goal of maximizing “gross national happiness” should be linked to strategies for educating women and enhancing their positions in society and in the economy, a new United Nations report says. Policies aimed at expanding trade in Bhutan and promoting the Asian country’s unique goal of maximizing “gross national happiness” should be linked to strategies for educating women and enhancing their positions in society and in the economy, a new United Nations report says.The study – entitled Who is benefiting from trade liberalization in Bhutan? A gender perspective – by the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), is one of a series analysing the gender effects of trade in developing countries, particularly those classified as least developed countries (LDCs). The study will form the basis for discussion at an event today entitled “Making trade work for women in LDCs,” being held on the sidelines of the Fourth UN Conference on the LDCs in Istanbul, Turkey. The conference aims to devise a new strategy to help the world’s poorest countries unlock their economic potential and accelerate development.Bhutan has embarked on a development strategy aimed at maximizing gross national happiness – a distinctive concept that combines material well-being with more intangible elements of cultural, spiritual and emotional well-being.UNCTAD notes in the study that any process to spur development by linking the country more thoroughly with the global economy will not be acceptable if it leaves large segments of the population behind and if it is disassociated from traditional values and assets.UNCTAD has stressed in recent years that economic growth and increased trade have limited positive effects on people’s overall well-being if such progress is accompanied by rising income inequality, social inequality and the marginalization of vulnerable groups, including women. Since 65.4 per cent of Bhutan’s workforce – and 72.1 per cent of its female workforce – is employed in farming, special attention should be paid to the effects of trade in this part of the economy, the study says. The study recommends that Bhutan should preserve some capacity for domestic production, especially that of staple foods. It says that food security, trade liberalization and agricultural modernization should be pursued harmoniously, with strategies to meet two compelling needs: keeping prices of agriculture and food products affordable – especially for poor households – and ensuring domestic productive capacity. Other UNCTAD studies focusing on the gender effects of trade will cover Lesotho, Rwanda, Angola, Cape Verde and Uruguay.The Istanbul conference also hosted the launch this week of a policy paper calling for heightened cooperation to help developing countries, especially LDCs, improve the breadth and capacities of their economies.The launch was followed by the signing of a Swiss-funded mechanism to support such cooperation. This mechanism will be used for the first time to enable the Laos to expand tourism and to link that process to related sectors of its economy, including organic agriculture and handicrafts.
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