Kochi: Market renovation stalled as land runs into legal trouble | Kochi News

KOCHI: The much-hyped Ernakulam market renovation project undertaken by Cochin Smart Mission Limited (CSML) is facing yet another hurdle. The land to which the stalls in the market were supposed to be shifted has caught in a legal tangle.
One of the owners of the land where the temporary stalls are to come up moved Supreme Court against taking over the premises for the temporary rehabilitation of merchants. “We had awarded the work to construct temporary stalls on the premises to a private firm on September 5, 2020. They should construct more than 200 temporary stalls within two months. Then, we will be able rehabilitate the existing merchants and start the renovation works of the market. But, one of the owners of the land moved court secured a stay against taking over of the premises for constructing temporary stalls and the work has been stalled,” an official with CSML said.
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In these MLB playoffs, home runs reign supreme more than ever

And when the Rays’ Mike Brosseau connected with a 100-mph fastball from Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman with one out in the bottom of the eighth inning and sent it over the fence in left field, the prophecy was fulfilled. The Rays had a 2-1 lead and, moments later, after closing out the Yankees in the ninth, a clinching victory that sent them to the American League Championship Series to face the Houston Astros.

And baseball had another data point on a trend that is both stunning and more than a little disconcerting — and one that keeps getting more acute. Home runs have always been the most efficient way to score, but in this postseason, they increasingly feel like the only way.

With the Rays’ win Friday night, teams are 22-1 this postseason when they outhomer their opponent, a .957 winning percentage. The only loss was by the San Diego

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Yankees’ Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez crush home runs before ALDS Game 2

SAN DIEGO — Watch Yankees sluggers Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez hammer balls out of Petco Park during batting practice before Game 2 of the ALDS vs. the Rays.

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Notes from the Yankees:

21 BUMP STREET: At 21 years, 140 days old, RHP Deivi García will be the youngest pitcher in franchise history to start a postseason game (previous: Whitey Ford at 21 years, 351 days old in 1950 World Series Game 4 vs. Philadelphia) and the third-youngest Yankee to pitch in a playoff game (Phil Hughes, 21 years, 102 days old for Game 1 of the 2007 ALDS at Cleveland and 21 years, 105 days old in Game 3 of that series and Tom Morgan, 21 years, 137 days old for Game 1 of the 1951 World Series vs. the New

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More home runs at Dodger Stadium

Another day game, another bunch of home runs at Dodger Stadium.

Halfway through Game 2 of the Athletics’ American League Division Series against the Houston Astros in Los Angeles, there have been five home runs between the teams, including a back-to-back pair from the Astros’ Martin Maldonado and George Springer in the top of the fifth inning.

It marks the second straight day of at least five home runs in the first five innings in this series, which has featured 11 home runs in its first 14 innings.

A’s starting pitcher Sean Manaea was pulled from the game in between the back-to-back home runs after giving up his second of the day.

Six of Tuesday’s seven runs have come via the long ball, and for the second straight day an Astro has recorded a pair of home runs —

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