Abu Dhabi: 7th Annual General Meeting of Bearys Welfare Forum Abu Dhabi (BWF) was organised on Sunday here at the India Social Centre.

Presiding over the meeting BWF President Muhammed Ali Uchil thanked all the donors who had helped the organisation in social works like construction of toilets, mass weddings and others. He then lauded the efforts of committee members and office-bearers who together carried out all plans and programs successfully.

General Secretary, Abdullah Madumoole welcomed the guests to the event and spoke about the organisation that was founded in 2004 has fared in the last 15 years rendering social service to the community. He credited the success of the organisation to old and current members of the organisation.

Abdul Hamid Gurupur, presented annual reports for two years while treasurer Muhammed Siddique presented audit report and auditor Abdul Majid approved the report.

The event began with Qirath from Hanif Ullal while it concluded with vote of thanks from Abdul Hamid Gurupur.

During the meeting the existing committee was dissolved and a 25 member new body was formed. Muhammed Ali Uchil was elected as the president of the new body.

The office-bearers of newly formed committee are as follows:

President: Mohammad Ali Uchil

Chief Secretary: Abdulla Madumule

Treasurer: Muhammad Siddique Kapu

Vice Presidents: Hamza Abdul Khader and Abdul Rauf

Chief Advisors: Abdul Bashir Bajpe and Abubakkar Siddiq Uchil

Advisors: Muhammad Kallappu and Muhammad Hanif Ullal

Coordinator: Imran Ahmad Kudroli

Auditor: Abdul Majid A. G.

Secretary: Abdul Hameed Gurupura

Joint Secretary: Abdul Jaleel GH

Joint Treasurers: Abdul Majeed Athur / Mooinuddin Handel

Joint Coordinators: Ahmad Nawaz Uchil / Abdul Rashid VK / Abdul Mujeeb Uchila

Members: Abdul Rashid Bijai / Irfan Ahmad Kudroli / Basheer Abbas Uchila

                      President: Mohammad Ali Uchil

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Chennai, Apr 23: Shane Watson brought back memories of last year's IPL final with a blazing knock that has now almost ensured a play-off berth for Chennai Super Kings as they beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by six wickets here Tuesday.

On a vastly improved Chepauk track, Watson roared back to form with an 96 off 53 balls as CSK stuttered a bit in end before winning in 19.5 overs.

Watson's innings studded with nine fours and half a dozen of sixes ensured that CSK have reached the cut-off limit of 16 points needed for the play-off even though they would like to finish in the top two.

Watson's innings would also be a relief for skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who had urged the top order to finish matches.

A 77-run stand between Watson and Suresh Raina (38) created the platform and the former Australia all-rounder singlehandedly decimated the Sunrisers attack.

What made it more difficult for the Sunrisers was the fact that their strike bowler Rashid Khan was pulverised by Watson, who took him to the cleaners with 44 coming off his spell.

Sandeep Sharma was another bowler, who was handed severe punishment as he went for 54 in 3.5 overs. Sandeep repeatedly bowled short and Watson would gleefully pull him. Skipper Bhuvneshwar Kumar (1/18 in 4 overs) had no option but to bowl the 19th over and left Sandeep with nine runs to defend.

However Kedar Jadhav literally finished the match with a six off the second ball that sealed the deal.

Earlier, the immensely talented Manish Pandey was back in his element as his unbeaten 83 off 49 balls powered Sunrisers Hyderabad to a fighting 175 for 3 after being put into bat.

Pandey and league's current leading run-scorer David Warner (57 off 45 balls) added 115 runs for the second wicket to lay the foundation for a decent score on what was the best batting track on offer at the Chepauk.

Veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh struck an early blow, having the in-form Jony Bairstow caught behind in the second over for a duck.

He was the most successful bowler with figures of 2 for 39 in four overs while Deepak Chahar picked up the wicket of Vijay Shankar (26 off 20 balls).

Despite the early dismissal of Bairstow, the visiting team didn't get tied down as the irrepressible Warner and Manish Pandey kept hitting those boundaries and sixes. They brought up the team's 50 in the sixth over.

Pandey who has not been in the best form, hit his straps, scoring freely and was not afraid to go over the top. Dhoni's shuffling of the bowlers didn't make much of an impact as Warner and Pandey kept attacking.

Pandey was the first to reach 50 in 25 balls, pulling one from Dwayne Bravo for a boundary.

Warner was a touch slower in comparison to Pandey, but didn't miss out when the opportunity presented itself and hit a couple of big sixes.

The pugnacious Warner fell against the run of play, victim of Dhoni's trademark lightning quick stumping off a Harbhajan delivery. The Australian, who is leading the run charts this season, fell for 57 (45 balls, 3x4, 2X6) after adding 115 runs for the second wicket with Pandey.