For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Kuldeep Yadav has surged to second spot in the latest International Cricket Council rankings for Twenty20 Internationals. Kuldeep was the only bowler who escaped punishment in the Hamilton Twenty20 International against New Zealand by taking the wickets of Colin Munro (72) and Tim Seifert (43) to finish with figures of 2/26 from four overs. India lost a high-scoring thriller by four runs to lose a three-match Twenty20 International for the first time. New Zealand prolonged their pain in the shortest format as they won their eighth encounter against India in 11 games. Kuldeep’s great show in the Twenty20 International in Hamilton continued his good form in New Zealand where he was impressive in the ODIs.In the first two games in Napier and Bay Oval, Kuldeep finished with figures of 4/39 and 4/45 as India won an ODI series in New Zealand for the first time since 2009. Kuldeep is the only Indian bowler in the top 10 of the Twenty20 International rankings and he is behind Afghanistan sensation Rashid Khan.Kuldeep’s spin bowling partner Yuzvendra Chahal after an indifferent series against New Zealand, dropped six places to be 17th while Bhuvneshwar Kumar maintained his 18th rank. In the batsmen’s list, Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma swapped three places with compatriot KL Rahul, who didn’t feature in the recently-concluded series. The batting chart is headed by talented Pakistani batsman Babar Azam while Rohit Sharma is in seventh. Rohit, who captained the side for the last two ODIs and in the Twenty20 International series, recently became the leading run-getter in T20Is. During the Auckland clash, he smashed his 16th fifty and became only the third player after Martin Guptill and Chris Gayle to hit 100 sixes in this format. Azam, on the other hand, recently became the fastest to 1000 runs in T20Is and in the series against South Africa, he top-scored with 90 but Pakistan still managed to lose the series 1-2 to the Proteas.India will now play two Twenty20 Internationals against Australia in Vizag and Bangalore on February 24 and February 27. After the end of the two-match series, India will play five ODIs which will be their last international assignment before the 2019 World Cup which will be held in England on May 31. Rohit Sharma is currently in seventh in the list for batsmen.Kuldeep Yadav took two four-wicket hauls in New Zealand.India have not yet won a T20I series in New Zealand. highlights
Incheon: Indian shuttler Parupalli Kashyap progressed to the men’s singles semi-finals of the Korea Open World Tour Super 500 with a straight-game win over former world no 2 Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen in Incheon on Friday. In a clinical display, the 33-year-old from Hyderabad, who is the lone Indian left in fray, outsmarted Jorgensen 24-22 21-8 in 37 minutes to make it to his second semifinal of the season. He had reached the last four at the India Open Super 500 tournament. The 2014 Commonwealth Games gold-medallist will now face world no 1 and two-time world champion Kento Momota of Japan on Saturday. A former World No 6, Kashyap, who was promoted from the qualifying round, had last played Jorgensen five years ago at the Denmark Open. The Indian entered the match with a 2-4 record against Jorgensen, a 2015 World Championship bronze medallist. In the first game, the duo engaged in short rallies initially and spilt the first 8 points. A couple of backhand error and Kashyap was lagging 5-8. Another miscued shot at the net and a wide smash gave Jorgensen an 11-8 advantage at the break. After the interval, Kashyap garnered a few quick points to turn the tables on his rival, reaching 14-12. The Dane hit the net thrice and also went long, while Kashyap unleashed two powerful cross court smashes. A precise slice helped Jorgensen break the run of points and then level par when kashyap committed an error. The duo fought hard, moving from 14-14 to 18-18. A timely video referrel gave Kashyap another point but he sent one to the net as it was 19-19. Also Read | Parupalli Kashyap settles for silver in Canada Open Super 100 badminton tournament Jorgensen then held the game point opportunity after a precise smash at the backline. However, a jump smash from the Indian made it 20-20. Kashyap then earned a game point only to give it away. However, the Indian grabbed a second game point opportunity and converted it when his opponent hit the net. He thus sealed the first game which lasted 22 minutes. The second game started on a similar note with the duo tied 3-3 initially.Also Read | Saina Nehwal Crashes Out, Parupalli Kashyap Lone Indian In Korea Open BadmintonKashyap then took control of the net and curbed his errors to reel off five straight points. Jorgensen tried to up the pace but unforced errors pegged him back as kashyap held a 11-7 lead at the breather. It was mostly one way traffic after the break as Kashyap found the gaps easily even as his rival got buried in a heap of unforced errors. Kashyap grabbed the next nine of the 10 points to move to the match point and then sealed it with a smash. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
At times, returning to work can stress new moms out as they think about childcare, schedules, the demands of the job and the emotions around separation. However, preparing in advance can help mitigate some of the upheavals and hopefully provide comfort during what, for many, is an amazing time.Whether you are returning in a few more months or you are gearing up for a maternity leave right now, keep reading.A Business State of MindIt is normal to feel out of touch after being out of work for a while. Get prepared by re-engaging with work colleagues, checking up on emails if you’re returning to your company, and start reading updates on what you may have missed. Try out your proposed “return to work” schedule a week before going back to work so you get reacclimated to commute traffic, saying goodbye to your little one, and the time it will take to get out the door while still packing a diaper bag, getting dressed, and having adequate snuggle time.If you are not on LinkedIn but are looking for a new, post-maternity job, I suggest that a few months before your return, you sign up and reconnect with colleagues and previous employers. Meeting with a recruitment consultant can assist you with updating your resume, conducting mock interviews, and registering for online courses to enhance your skills.Consider Asking for FlexibilityAs a mother and employee, your life is three-dimensional, and your work-life balance can become unpredictable. For example, you might need to carve time in your schedule for when you need to drop your child off at daycare or pick them up after school, and your hours may shift. So before you go back to work, you may want to consider requesting a flexible schedule. The first five years of being back to work will come with mixed emotions, stress, and occasionally having to leave work to tend to your child. Speaking with your boss about your needs, any changes to your goals, and what support you may need as you transition back can help you find balance.Workplace Rules to Live ByNow that you’re a mom, the rules may be a little different. Talk to your boss about any new expectations and changes in your abilities, as well as any company shifts that have happened while you were away. Avoid feeling left out by making an extra effort to reconnect with team members. Try attending an off-site outing with colleagues to show you are a team player interested in finding out who they are as individuals.Returning to the workplace can be a challenge, but by taking the right steps, you can make the transition as smooth as possible. 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h Also on Glassdoor: RN, Registered Nurse – OP Chemotherapy CHRISTUS Health Houston, TX 23 hours ago 23h 4.7★ 3.0★ Registered Nurse (RN) – Charge Nurse – $7,000 Sign On Bonus EmpRes Healthcare Management Gardnerville, NV Makeda Waterman is a professional writer with an Education in Journalism, Mass Communications, and Public Relations. She writes for the Huffington Post Canada and Elite Daily on millennial topics with the goal of helping people improve the quality of their lives and career. 4.8★ 23 hours ago 23h Part-time Day Associate Crew Carwash Indianapolis, IN Registered Nurse Supervisor RN Waterbury Gardens Nursing and Rehab Waterbury, CT N/A 3.5★ 23 hours ago 23h ICU Registered Nurse Del Sol Medical Center El Paso, TX Deli Associate F&M Deli & Restaurant Mount Laurel, NJ 2.8★ 23 hours ago 23h 2.5★ 23 hours ago 23h LCPC – Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Above and Beyond Family Recovery Center Chicago, IL 2.3★ 3.4★ 23 hours ago 23h Director, Advanced Technology Policy General Motors United States Paramedic* Mecklenburg EMS Agency – Medic Rochester, NY 3.1★ Service Advisor Prime Motor Group Saco, ME