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‘India’a Daughter, a BBC documentary by Leslee Udwin (it is part of BBC’s ongoing Storyville series), is based on Delhi Gang Rape of 2012. This is not my effort to review this documentary. I am just putting across my thoughts. With great angst, helplessness, lump in my throat and tears in my eyes, I watched the whole documentary. The events were reconstructed to show the incident which occurred on 16th December, 2012. I have no clue, why Indian government tried to put a ban on its release in India (it was supposed to be broadcast on 8th March, 2015 on NDTV 24 X 7 and by BBC).
BBC decided to prepone its broadcast to 5th March, 2015. The documentary has not projected India in bad light. It has not fabricated the truth. I went through loads of emotions while watching this documentary, felt the pain of Jyoti, pain of her parents, also loads of anger towards the attitude of the guilty, and defense lawyers.’ A detailed review of the documentary India’s Daughter, it is a must read for those who haven’t watched it yet.
It was a beautiful sunny day at Perth and with Australia having smashed over 400 just a few days ago against Afghanistan, the pitch looked a belter. Another high scoring game was in the offing but the bowlers from both the sides decided to have some fun of their own! West Indies won the toss and they decided to bat first.
The West Indian openers, Chris Gayle and Dwayne Smith are on most occasions pretty slow starters and they take their time settling in before trying their shots. Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami, who was returning back to the side after missing the last game were getting the ball to zip around with some extra bounce as well. They were getting lots of help from the ‘Freemantle Doctor’ Wind and it was tough going for both the West Indies openers. Read more to learn the finer details of yesterday’s match.
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