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 The Hindu : Solanki still a force to reckon with
Solanki seems to have re- established that he is still a force to be reckoned with.
Solanki, most other speakers did not forget to mention the ``state of affairs'' in the PCC, which according to them was far from satisfactory.
Solanki's focus, however, was confined to the ``misrule'' of the BJP in the State and at the Centre.
www.hindu.com /thehindu/2001/07/05/stories/0205000m.htm   (633 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Frontpage
Solanki was deputed to be the honour guard on the line from the Indian side.
Solanki, a strapping beanpole of a Haryanvi from Palam near Delhi is an imposing 6ft 3in.
Solanki’s ITBP colleagues decided that the Indian was still taller and if the Chinese believed that they had scaled the right height in Nathu-la, they were welcome to harbour that optical illusion.
www.telegraphindia.com /1060707/asp/frontpage/story_6447943.asp   (860 words)

 Tehelka - The People's Paper
Solanki Jr Almost four months after the demise of Gujarat Congress chief BK Gadhvi, the party high command cleared the appointment of Anand MP Bharatsinh Solanki as its Gujarat unit chief last week.
Son of former Gujarat CM Madhavsinh Solanki, Bharatsinh is a first-timer in the Lok Sabha.
Solanki, who is known to be aggressive and flamboyant, would have to change a lot in himself to ensure a turnaround for the Congress.
www.tehelka.com /story_main16.asp?filename=Ne020406Another_Lab.asp   (515 words)

 The Hindu : Difficult days ahead for Solanki
Solanki would not have a single sympathiser in the party in the State should the party high command choose to take disciplinary action against him or any other member of his group.
Solanki's restrained address, it turned out to be a platform for mud-slinging on their own party leaders, creating deep divisions within the party which would be difficult to bridge in the near future.
Solanki was unwilling to accept the responsibility himself but was keen that some of his close confidants, particularly the former Lok Sabha member, Mr Bhairondan Gadhavi, be nominated the party president.
www.hinduonnet.com /2000/06/30/stories/1430206j.htm   (829 words)

 PCC has no right to expel my son -- Solanki
Solanki's son, Trimizi and Shastri are all AICC members, while the fourth partyman Jagdish Thakore is a PCC member.
Solanki senior was only recently nominated by the high command to the Congress-RJD Coordination Committee in Bihar, in an apparent bid to assuage his hurt feelings.
Solanki also denied the charge by his rivals that he had instigated his supporters to hold the Gandhinagar convention as he had been den-ied a berth in the Rajya Sabha and that he was trying to capture the party organisation in the state.
www.expressindia.com /ie/daily/20000628/ina28048.html   (545 words)

 BOBOBABY - Media   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
With occasional help from a food consultant, Solanki put plan into action - she designed the layout for her Burnaby-based manufacturing plant and researched and bought all of the necessary equipment, most of which was purchased locally.
As for the name of her company, Solanki drew her inspiration in part from a British television show and from a play on words, combining the words bohemian and bourgeois.
Solanki looks toward a bright future, one that sees her products already available at some of the biggest names in retail foods: Save on Foods, Overwaitea, Choices and Capers.
www.bobobaby.com /media_burnabynow.shtml   (779 words)

 Solanki ton fuels Bulawayo romp
Vikram Solanki produced a blistering second one-day international hundred as England cantered to an eight-wicket victory in the third ODI at Bulawayo.
It was Solanki who profited most in the next over from seamer Tinashe Panyangara, firstly clipping to mid-on where Chris Mpofo made a misjudgement and then offering a sharp chance to Brendan Taylor at short mid-wicket.
Solanki finally fell in the deep just four balls after reaching his century and repeating his memorable performance against South Africa at The Oval a year ago, when he recorded an equally eye-catching hundred against far tougher opposition.
www.channel4.com /sport/cricket/news/nr_6424.html   (882 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Solanki’s success is yet another indication that the most British of sports is increasingly looking to players with roots in the subcontinent to woo new and young audience even as it tries to compete with football.
Solanki, for his part, is proud of his Indian roots.
Solanki himself has made it known earlier that he was a big admirer of Sachin Tendulkar.
www.telegraphindia.com /1030630/asp/sports/story_2117426.asp   (435 words)

 Tehelka - The People's Paper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Solanki is alleged to have foisted a case on Vinubhai Parmar, a real estate broker in Ahmedabad.
Later that day, Solanki told a constable to put the real estate agent in the lock-up where Abdul Latif, a Dawood Ibrahim henchman, was kept before he was killed in an encounter in 1997.
In his petition, Solanki gave a new twist to the case and accused the state government of victimising him for his “impartial” service during the communal carnage in 2002.
www.tehelka.com /story_main17.asp?filename=ts032506Terror_in.asp   (1482 words)

 Telegraph | Sport | Warwickshire tamed by stunning Solanki
Solanki pocketed the man-of-the-match award by holding three catches as Warwickshire surrendered their last five wickets for 17.
Solanki and Stephen Moore settled Worcestershire with a circumspect opening partnership of 146 which drew Warwickshire's sting on a slow pitch.
Solanki and Moore's partnership was solid and unspectacular but they forced Warwickshire to wait until the 32nd over for their first breakthrough.
www.telegraph.co.uk /sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2004/07/18/scwark18.xml   (561 words)

 OHSU researchers discover way to grow silicon nanowires
Solanki's is the only lab in the Northwest studying silicon nanowires.
Solanki grows his silicon nanowires in a quartz reactor using a technique developed decades ago by Bell Labs called vapor-liquid-solid deposition.
Besides growing ultra-thin films for fabricating nanowire devices, Solanki and his team at OGI (John Freeouf, Ph.D, and John Carruthers, Ph.D.) recently have demonstrated that atomic layer deposition can be used to grow semiconductor heterostructure nanowires consisting of very thin alternating layers of two materials, which has potential for optoelectronics applications.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2004-02/ohs-ord022204.php   (1044 words)

 Professor finishes 35-year translation project
Solanki, a part-time professor of Old Testament at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, was doing graduate studies in Old Testament in Bangalore, India at a seminary, when he was asked to create a team to work on a new translation.
Solanki and his colleagues wanted a translation that could be comprehended by people with a high school education.
Solanki is currently working through the first printing to correct any more mistakes that might surface.
www.emu.edu /news/index.php/684/seminary   (791 words)

 Solanki wants improvement - Domestic - ECB   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Worcestershire skipper Vikram Solanki is demanding “a major improvement” from his side during the forthcoming campaign after the Pears under-achieved in 2005.
Solanki said: “It was a very disappointing season in 2005 and if you look back you can say we didn’t deserve much more than what we got.
Solanki admits it was a tough baptism as skipper but strongly denies a lack of success meant a shortage of commitment by his players.
www.ecb.co.uk /print/domestic/solanki-wanting-improvement,7854,EN.html   (479 words)

 Shoaib an interesting man, says Solanki -DAWN - Sport; December 7, 2005
Solanki regretted recent comments by Worcestershire county chairman John Elliott who blamed Shoaib for creating problems during his stint with the county this year.
Solanki said he was happy to be part of the England one-day squad.
Solanki, the first super substitute since it was implemented in May this year, described the rule as strange.
www.dawn.com /2005/12/07/spt5.htm   (397 words)

 Solanki shines a bright new light for England | Cricket | Guardian Unlimited Sport
The century, albeit made in the most sublime batting conditions that this country has to offer, was the first for England against South Africa in the 24th one-day meeting and showed that at last one of the next generation has, in the parlance of Duncan Fletcher, held up his hand and come to the party.
More than that, Solanki's innings of 106, which helped England to a convincing six-wicket win over ring-rusty South Africans, could yet be seen as a watershed in the drive to harness the talent and affinity for the game of young Asians.
In common with Hussain, Solanki was born in India - in Udaipur - and left at an early age.
sport.guardian.co.uk /cricket/story/0,10069,987801,00.html   (866 words)

 Cricinfo - Solanki and Bell's fireworks set up England's victory
Solanki was out for a round 100, his second one-day century, but although England finished more sedately they still won - and clinched the four-match series - with 41 balls to spare.
Solanki eventually slowed down, proceeding through the nineties with a succession of stately singles, but still reached his century from only 89 deliveries, with 14 fours and two sixes.
Noel Peck, the groundsman, and his staff probably deserved Solanki's Man of the Match medal for their efforts - the track was a belter even though they weren't able to mow it yesterday because of rain.
content-usa.cricinfo.com /ci/content/story/135650.html   (961 words)

 Solanki England's new cricket icon
Trescothick, who was 114 not out, was lavish in his praise for Solanki, saying Vik's innings was fantastic to watch from the other end.
Solanki, who commentators say is now regarded as a certainty for the full England side, returned the compliment.
UK cricket writers have also picked up on Solanki's religious faith after he received his Man of the Match award at the Oval and revealed how he looked skywards when he reached 50 as a gesture to the divine.
www.rediff.com /cricket/2003/jun/30sol.htm?zcc=ar   (322 words)

 Solanki men’s suspension revoked by high command
The Solanki group met Ms Gandhi first at 5.15 pm with 18 supporters and gave her a memorandum giving an analysis of the political picture of South Gujarat.
The Solanki faction also strongly represented the case against party president Ahmed Patel who is believed to be pulling the strings in the state unit from Delhi and also nominating persons adhoc at various state posts.
The Solanki group has also called for a revival of the "Kham" theory in the state in the memorandum submitted to Mrs Gandhi and have believed to have told that the Congress will be able to survive only through the it.
www.ahmedabad.com /news/2k/july/5sol.htm   (603 words)

 Solanki’s remark sparks debate in BJP : HindustanTimes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
STATE BJP organising secretary Kaptan Singh Solanki’s words today at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) frontal organisations and cells office-bearers’ meeting triggered a debate in the party whether the organisation approved of the government’s performance.
Earlier, in a talk, Solanki gave a piece of his mind to the workers and firmly rejected the informal proposal of certain frontal organisations’ chiefs who wanted to prevail over him to accommodate them in the State Bharatiya Janata Party  executive.
Solanki asked them to focus on their work and strengthen the party’s base instead of running after the posts.
www.hindustantimes.com /2005/Aug/24/5922_1468949,0015002100000002.htm   (343 words)

 PakPassion - Pakistan Cricket Forum - There's Something about Solanki (by Hassan) 19.04.06
Solanki is an attacking opener with huge advantages and abilities that the former English Captain Nasser Hussain has made effective use of in the past.
But Solanki was axed as the English team management wanted to keep some other players in his place.
Vikram Solanki should be seriously considered for the opening slot for these upcoming matches, to give him a chance to prove his abilities.
www.pakpassion.net /ppforum/showthread.php?t=21148   (519 words)

 Cricinfo - Players and Officials - Vikram Solanki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Born in Udaipur, India, but raised in Wolverhampton, Solanki made his debut for Worcestershire as a 16-year-old and instantly caught the eye with his wristy driving and effortless flicks.
Test recognition seemed only a matter of time as he worked his way through the various representative levels and onto two England A tours, but he was a disappointment in his first eight ODIs, with a top score of 24 and a rash of lapses in his usually silken fielding.
Steve Harmison is congratulated by Vikram Solanki on the wicket of Sanath Jayasuriya
content-usa.cricinfo.com /worcestershire/content/current/player/20286.html   (447 words)

 Solanki anchors England -DAWN - Sport; 05 February, 2005
Solanki replaced England captain Michael Vaughan, still suffering from a stomach illness which prevented him from fielding in the tied second match in Bloemfontein.
Batting at number three, Solanki shared half-century stands with Geraint Jones, Andrew Strauss and Kevin Pietersen before he was caught at long-off in the 40th over.
Solanki, 28, batted solidly and played an anchor role while his partners went for their shots.
www.dawn.com /2005/02/05/spt6.htm   (393 words)

 Solanki leads England to crushing win - Cricket - www.smh.com.au
Vikram Solanki scored 100 as England reached their victory target of 239 with 41 balls to spare and they now have a chance of wrapping up a 4-0 clean sweep when the final match takes place on Sunday at the same venue.
Solanki's century came off just 91 balls and the total of 7-238 made by Zimbabwe earlier in the day was simply not enough on a good batting wicket.
Solanki and Ian Bell then gave England the perfect start as they chased 239 but they made the most of their good fortune when Bell was dropped on 17 and Solanki, twice, on 38.
www.smh.com.au /news/Cricket/Solanki-leads-England-to-crushing-win/2004/12/05/1102182140705.html?from=moreStories   (565 words)

 BBC SPORT | Cricket | England | Solanki eager for Shoaib showdown
Solanki is unlikely to use his reverse sweep against Shoaib
England's Vikram Solanki is relishing the prospect of facing Shoaib Akhtar in the one-day series in Pakistan.
Michael Vaughan's withdrawal from the England one-day squad has given Solanki an excellent chance of adding to his 41 one-day caps.
news.bbc.co.uk /sport2/hi/cricket/england/4503522.stm   (287 words)

 INDOlink - News & Analysis - Uka Solanki Helps Set Up Yadunandan Center For India Studies
The center, funded by endowment from husband-and-wife philanthropists Uka and Nalini Solanki, is devoted to social sciences, humanities, arts and education, and came into being when the Board of Trustees of California State University gave its approval on July 19th for naming it in honor of the Solanki family.
Solanki's gratitude for such good fortune motivates him to donate tens of thousands of dollars each year to charities around Los Angeles and back home in India.
Solanki has received a number of awards for his entrepreneurship and for his charity, including the highest Rotarian honor, the Paul P. Harris Award.
www.indolink.com /displayArticleS.php?id=081305113839   (1161 words)

 Solanki, Kabir to represent Rajasthan in Ranji
''Solanki was born in Udaipur and as it turns out, he would be actually turning for his home state,'' he added.
Solanki is yet to make his Test debut but has played 51 ODIs for England.
Born in Udaipur and raised in Wolverhampton, Solanki made his debut for Worcestershire when 16 and was appointed captain of the county last year.
thatscricket.oneindia.in /news/2006/11/17/1711solanki-ali-to-play-for-rajasthan.html   (368 words)

 GigaOM » Solanki, the missing Asian link?
Vikram Solanki’s innings of 106, which helped England to a convincing six-wicket win over ring-rusty South Africans, could yet be seen as a watershed in the drive to harness the talent and affinity for the game of young Asians.
Solanki, like Nasser Hussain was born in India, and is one of the hottest prospects for English cricket.
During these matches Solanki has shown several glimpses of his talent without going on to finish the job,” gushes Angus Fraser in his column published by The Independent.
gigaom.com /2003/06/29/solanki-the-missing-asian-link   (274 words)

 Cricinfo - Prior and Solanki seal the clean sweep
An opening stand of 227 between Matt Prior and Vikram Solanki hurried England A to victory over the United Arab Emirates in the fourth and final match of their brief stay in Sharjah.
Solanki was out for 109 shortly before the end, but Prior was still there with 122 as England A completed a nine-wicket victory with 8.4 overs to spare.
In the end it was a surprise when Solanki fell to Rizwan Latif, the UAE's stand-in captain in place of the impressive Khuram Khan.
www.icc-cricket.com /kenya/content/story/145871.html   (428 words)

 Cricket-Online: Solanki the inaugural super-sub
Vikram Solanki made a little bit of cricketing history this afternoon when he was substituted on for teammate Simon Jones during the first NatWest Challenge match against Australia.
Jones finished with fine figures of 0-28 from 10 and a warning for running on the pitch before being told his work for the day was over.
It was at the end of Jones' last over, the 31st of the innings, that Solanki, a much better fieldsman and capable batsman, assured himself a place in cricket club trivia nights for years to come.
www.cricket-online.org /news.php?sid=4569   (235 words)

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