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That’s when the family as a political dynasty emerged Then came a time when his daughter Supriya Sule was sent to Lok Sabha from Baramati Sharad Pawar’s bailiwick Ajit Pawar has been a long-time MLA and held the deputy chief minister’s office too Even without that or prior to that he had a big say in everything in the Nationalistic Congress Party’s affairs His office in the party HQ was better appointed than the state president’s Parth Pawar is Ajit Pawar’s son Ajit being Sharad Pawar’s nephew Sharad Pawar had promised to Ajit’s father that he would be “looked after properly” and he has Having the third generation from the same family seems unpalatable But there is a typical Sharad Pawar gambit: By this view was he instigating the cadre to demand that they would forego their future Parth be given the ticket Quite likely for no one can rule out surprises emerging out of the senior Pawar’s strategies When he moves his pawns the best of his rivals would find it hard to imagine what the endgame could be That is why his long-time associate Sudhakar Naik as a chief minister bristling at excessive superintendence from the boss decided to play both chess and poke with him and lost Going by face value there is a lot of merit in his argument of course yet to be firmed up When the party is in alliance with another in this case the Congress the cadre where the partner’s person holds a post find themselves at a loss in the constituency Would the ally’s nominee hold on to the seat in near-perpetuity Who would keep him or her close to power centres If however Sharad Pawar was serious about how dynastic presence in a political party — his own to start with — affects the prospects of workers then he should get serious and start demolishing them The state is peppered with them and he as a final voice in the NCP had given tickets to them Gold Coast: Commonwealth Games organisers slammed bystanders for taking pictures of stricken runner Callum Hawkins after his dramatic collapse while leading the marathon on Sunday Officials also defended the medical response after the Scot who was clearly unsteady and fell over twice lay unassisted on the ground for some time before help arrived Michael Shelley won the marathon in dramatic fashion when leader Callum Hawkins collapsed to the road with cramping with about two km to go AP In temperatures nudging 30 degrees Celsius on Australia’s Gold Coast Hawkins was ahead by more than two minutes when his legs buckled and he plunged onto a kerb The 25-year-old struggled to his feet to continue but was clearly in distress and shortly afterwards with just over twokm to go he stumbled heavily into a roadside barrier banging his head as he fell There was an anxious wait before any assistance reached Hawkins by which time Australia’s Michael Shelley was passing the scene on his way to winning gold Organising committee chief executive Mark Peters took issue with bystanders who were seen filming Hawkins on their phones as he lay on the ground "I like many others was distressed to see a wonderful athlete like Callum collapse during the closing stages of today’s marathon" said Peters "I was also concerned about the behaviour of a small number of bystanders who chose to take images This is not in keeping with the spirit of GC2018" Hawkins was taken to hospital in an ambulance where he was sitting up and talking and not thought to be in serious danger Team Scotland said Medical staff with radios were posted every 500 metres along the course the organising committee said adding that medical help was given to Hawkins when he requested it Cramping up Under marathon rules runners are disqualified if they accept medical aid Peters said help arrived "within agreed response guidelines and time-frames" BBC commentator Steve Cram called the wait for medical attention "a disgrace" while TV viewers also criticised the response and the fans who took images of Hawkins Seven of the 24 starters failed to complete the race including Tanzania’s Saidi Juma Makula who collapsed close to the finish line before being helped into an ambulance Another Tanzania runner Stephano Huche Gwandu took a tumble as he crossed the finish line and was helped into a wheelchair After retaining his Commonwealth title Shelley said he had also been struggling with the hot conditions "I wasn’t sure what was going on" the Australian said about seeing Hawkins in trouble "I had a couple of mates around Main Beach who said Callum was in a bit of trouble They told me to keep going and gave me encouragement "I saw him and just tried to hang on When I was coming down the home straight I tried to accelerate but I was just gone" "I’m glad to be finished to be honest" added Shelley "I thought hopefully I can get to the finish line because I was starting to get cramps in my hands" Shelley won the race in two hours 16 minutes and 46 seconds with Uganda’s Munyo Solomon Mutai taking silver (2:19:02) and Scotland’s Robbie Simpson bronze (2:19:36) 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