What is the difference between Doosra and Teesra?

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Doosra and teesra, both these bowling techniques were invented to deceive the batsman.

Doosra and teesra both are Urdu words which means "the second one" and "the third one" respectively.

Doosra is the technique use by an off spin bowler and it results in leg spin, but the bowling action remains as off-spin (for left-arm bowlers the case is in reverse).

Teesra looks like the ball will turns a lot in off or leg but it results in less turn. The batsman can't judge the ball to where it would turn.

Both these techniques were invented by Saqlain Mushtaq.

Doosra is used well by most of the current off-break bowlers but, teesra is being used successfully by Saeed...

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State vs Society

Students of social sciences, especially political science and sociology, often come across terms like state and society to refer to a grouping of human beings in a particular territory or piece of land. Both a state and a society are comprised of people, and human beings remain the integral parts of both groupings. There are many similarities between a state and a society to confuse students. Both are intertwined as a society is dependent upon the state and both influence each other in such a manner that they define each other. However, there are many differences between the two concepts that will be highlighted in this article for the readers.

Society

Society is a collection of human beings in a territory where people live being regulated by certain norms and customs. The relations between individuals are governed by societal noms, and the social conduct of the people in a society is always dependent upon the shared view of the...

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Transliteration (the time for editing has expired):

tiij (h. ism-e-mu'annas) 1. tiisrii taariix 2. hindu'oN kaa wuh tihwaar jo saawan sudii tiij ko hotaa aur aapas meN bahanoN aur beTiyoN ko apne ghar bulate aur un kii susraal se saNdhaaraa aataa hae. maaN baap ke ghar salone miiThe puuRe aur chilRe ya3nii chille tal kar unheN khilaa'e jaate haiN. majaazan ise bhii saNdhaaraa kahne lage haiN jaise de rii ammaaN miiThaa saNdhaaraa phiikaa saNdhaaraa tiij nau miiliyaaN aa'iyaaN jii (saawan kaa giit)./

tiij tihwaar (h., ism-e-muzakkar) har ek tihwaar; parb, tiij kaa tihwaar jaise musalmaanoN ke haaN 3iid, bakariid./

tiijaa (h. ism-e-muzakkar) 1. tiisraa, sivvum 2. phuul. faatiHah-2-sivvum aur us kii rasm (hinduu) uThaa'onii. phuul chunnaa. yih rasm musalmaanoN meN jis tarH bartii jatii hae us ki mufassal kaifiyyat Hasb-e-zail hae:-

wafaat ke tiisre roz tiije kii rasm adaa kii jaatii hae. agar budh ko tiisraa roz paRtaa hae to ek din baRhaa dete haiN. 3auratoN...

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A doosra (Urdu:...

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The main difference between state and society are :

1. Society is defined as "a collection of individuals held together by certain enduring relationship in Pursuit of common ends." The State, on the other hand, is defined as "a particular portion of society politically organized for the protection and promotion of its common interests". Thus, the state is a part of society The State is necessarily a political organization but society is not.

2. The society regulates all forms of social conduct the State regulates only the external relationship of men in society. While the State derives its strength mainly from laws, societies derive its strength from traditions, customs and conversions.

3. The State possesses the power of coercion. Disobedience to its law is followed by punishment. Society, on other hand. does not enjoy the power of coercion Disobedience to its rules may not be followed by any physical punishment. Thus, the only basis of the authority of...

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Can you write an article on difference between FDI and FII citing examples?
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A lot has been written on FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and FII (Foreign Institutional Investor) already, and I found a great succinct explanation from Business Line explaining the difference between FDI and FII investments as one flowing into the stock market (FII) and the other flowing into the primary market (FDI), and all other differences emerging out of that one key point.

FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) is when a foreign company invests in India directly by setting up a wholly owned subsidiary or getting into a joint venture, and conducting their business in India.

IBM India is a wholly owned subsidiary of IBM, and is a good example of FDI where a foreign company has set up a subsidiary in India and is conducting its business through that company. What’s amazing about IBM is that, it is now the largest Indian IT company in India. It is serving Indian...

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Saeed Ajmal's 3 Different Deliveries (Off-Spinner, Doosra and Teesra)

Saeed Ajmal (born 14 October 1977) is a Pakistani cricketer. He is a right-arm off-spin bowler who bats right handed.At domestic level in Pakistan he has represented Faisalabad, with whom he won the 2005 ABN-AMRO Twenty-20 Cup; Khan Research Laboratories; and Islamabad. Ajmal made his One Day International debut for Pakistan in July 2008 at the age of 30, and a year later played his first Test. In 2009 he was reported for having a suspect bowling action, but after being cleared he helped Pakistan win the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. Ajmal played for Worcestershire as an overseas player in English domestic cricket in 2011.

Cricket is a bat-and-ball game played between two teams of 11 players each on a field at the centre of which is a rectangular 22-yard long pitch. Each team takes its turn to bat, attempting to score runs, while the other team fields. Each turn is known as an...

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If you are just asking a general native speaker's question about whether one is correct or not in certain contexts, Otherwise, here's a more technical answer for non-native speakers.

They are both prepositions (as in, words that indicate position relative to something else). 'In' is for when the object in question is inside something else.

"Where are you? I'm in the concert hall already."

This means that the speaker is inside the building, waiting for his or her friend. 'At' is more general. It can mean inside, but if you're not a native speaker of English, it's difficult to know when this is true, so just avoid it. Use 'in' if you mean inside. 'At' means that the object in question has arrived or is there.

"Where are you? I'm at the concert hall already."

Then means that the speaker has already arrived there, waiting for his or her friend. It could (but not always) mean the speaker is inside the building or standing in the parking lot. But...

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Generally, people who get paid a "salary" get their money monthly, and get the same amount each month. A salary usually doesn't change based on the number of hours you work.

If you get paid a "salary", you usually say things like "I make $30,000 a year."

If you get paid a wage, it usually means that you get a certain amount per hour. The more hours you work, the more money you will make.

Here are some examples with "wage" and "wages":

What's the minimum wage in the U.S. these days?

Most people in the film industry don't even make a decent living wage.

The government takes almost 30% of your wages for taxes.

They're considering cutting wages due to the recession.

"Wages" usually refers to the actual money that a person makes, while "wage" is a more abstract idea of the rate for a person's...

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Types of finger spinner

Although finger spin may be bowled with the same technique (albeit laterally inverted, as though viewed in a mirror) by both right and left handed bowlers, such bowlers are often discussed separately, as the direction in which the ball deviates as it bounces on the cricket pitch is different:

Right handed finger spin is known as an off spin.Left handed finger spin is known as a left-arm orthodox spin.

For simplicity's sake, the rest of this article assumes a right handed finger spinner bowling to a right-handed batsman.

However, increasingly, the distinction must be made between traditional fingerspinners and non-traditional fingerspinners, particularly with innovations (such as the doosra and carrom balls) which require a different grip on the ball (and consequently a different bowling technique).

Such styles of bowling may be categorised as follows

Traditional finger spin, where the ball is gripped with the top knuckles of...
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The difference between a customer and a client can be rather confusing, and even controversial. The most commonly accepted and basic description of the difference is that a customer purchases goods or services from a business whereas a client receives services from a professional such as a lawyer or accountant. This is the most important factor that differentiates these two terms. If we wish however, we can further examine how these terms are applied in different sectors or industries.

Difference in Relationship

The term "client" may imply a protective, ongoing business relationship. For example, a customer might walk into a store one time, choose a few items, and make a purchase before leaving. A client, on the other hand, may return repeatedly to make additional purchases and may establish a long-term relationship with a professional.

A client may also seek advice from the professional. While most companies have customer service, there are also client "care"...

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A health maintenance organization (HMO) and a preferred provider organization (PPO) have several differences such as which doctors patients can see, how much services cost, and how medical records are kept. The most significant difference between the two organizations is the option to select health care providers. As its name implies, a preferred provider organization allows a patient to select any health care provider, inside or outside of the network, while a health maintenance organization usually requires a patient to select a primary care provider who can give referrals to other medical specialists.

Choice of Health Care Provider

The PPO offers choice and flexibility, but is often more expensive. With a PPO, patients can see any doctor they wish, or visit any hospital they choose, usually within a preferred network of providers. One does not have to designate a primary care physician, and one can usually see any specialist without referral.

Conversely, an...

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A doosra is a particular type of delivery by an off-spin bowler in the sport of cricket. The doosra spins in the opposite direction to an off break (the off-spinner's default delivery), and aims to confuse the batsman into playing a poor shot.Doosra means "(the) second (one)", or "(the) other (one)" in Urdu[1][2][3] The delivery was invented by Pakistani cricketer Saqlain Mushtaq.A variety of bowlers have made considerable use of the doosra in international cricket. Users include Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan, Indian Harbhajan Singh, and South African Johan Botha. Other Pakistanis who use it include Shoaib Malik and Saeed Ajmal. A few bowlers, such as Johan Botha and Shane Shillingford, are not allowed to bowl doosras because, when they do so, their bowling actions are illegal.

History

The doosra is a relatively new type of delivery. Although some credit Saqlain Mushtaq with its invention in the 1990s, the history of off spinners turning the ball either way goes...

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It's the word that's suddenly on everyone's lips in cricket.

But what is a 'doosra' and what does it do?

In Hindi and Urdu, doosra means "second" or "other".

Put simply, the doosra is the off-spinner's version of the googly.

Over the past five years, the world's top off spinners have developed the doosra to baffle batsmen.

It looks very similar to a normal off-break, but rather than spin towards the bat, it goes the other way like a leg break.

It's bowled from the back of the hand with a lot of top spin, but the wrist still moves in a clockwise direction.

It is a very difficult skill to master so you'll need plenty of practice if you want to learn how to do it.

Sri Lanka's Muttiah Muralitharan used the doosra with great effect against England.

And Pakistani off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq is developing another new delivery.

He's called it the "teesra" which translates as "third one".

He has kept this ball...

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Batsman vs Doosra - What's the difference?

batsman

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doosra

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As nouns the difference between batsman and doosra

is that

batsman

is (cricket) a player of the batting side now on the field while

doosra

is (cricket) a type of ball, bowled by an off-spin bowler, that, unlike a normal off break, spins from leg to off for a right-handed batsman; the off-spinner's version of the googly.


Off vs Doosra - What's the difference?

off

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doosra

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As an adverb off

is in a direction away from the speaker or object.


As an adjective off

is inoperative, disabled.


As a preposition off

is (

used to indicate movement away from a position on

).


As a verb off

is (slang) to kill.

As a noun doosra is

(cricket) a type of ball, bowled by an off-spin bowler, that, unlike a normal off break, spins from leg to off for a right-handed...

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Agree with Muralee....

"Perhaps no cricketer since Douglas Jardine has polarised opinion quite like Muttiah Muralitharan. For the believers, he's among the greatest to ever spin a ball.

For the doubters, he's a charlatan undeserving of the game's greatest records, responsible for changes in the laws that they think have legitimised throwing.

What was undeniable was his ability to turn the ball sharply on just about any surface, and bowl the sort of marathon spells that would have seen a lesser man retire after five seasons rather than 18.

Whether Sri Lanka played at home, on pitches where he was often unplayable, or overseas, Murali was the go-to man for half a dozen captains. He seldom...

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doosra

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googly

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Doosra is a see also of googly.


In context|cricket|lang=en terms the difference between doosra and googly

is that

doosra

is (cricket) a type of ball, bowled by an off-spin bowler, that, unlike a normal off break, spins from leg to off for a right-handed batsman; the off-spinner's version of the googly while

googly

is (cricket) a ball, bowled by a leg break bowler, that spins from off to leg (to a right-handed batsman), unlike a normal leg-break delivery.

As nouns the difference between doosra and googly

is that

doosra

is (cricket) a type of ball, bowled by an off-spin bowler, that, unlike a normal off break, spins from leg to off for a right-handed batsman; the off-spinner's version of the googly while

googly

is (cricket) a ball, bowled by a leg break bowler, that spins from off to leg (to a right-handed batsman), unlike a normal leg-break delivery.

As a adjective googly is...

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