CAN Vs CAY | Match 2 Aug 19, 2019
CAN 29/2 (4.3)
IB Vs IG | Match 1 Aug 17, 2019
IB 112/6 (49.0)
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Jul 03, 2019
Artifical intelligence helps to identify bat species that are suspected of carrying Nipah virus in KeralaThe analysis covered 523 bat species and 48 traits like diet, migration, geography, reproduction, environment.
Jun 04, 2019
Centre rushes six-member team to Kerala after college student tests positive for Nipah virus, asks authorities to run tests on batsThe state health minister added that the student, who is being treated at a private hospital in New Delhi, is stable and he was not put under any support system like ventilator
Feb 20, 2019
Two rare, vulnerable new species of bats discovered in Europe and North AfricaThe bats are already fit to be in the list of species under threat of extinction: Researcher.
May 03, 2017
Bitcoin surges to all time high above $1,400 (about Rs 89,806), riding on strong demand in JapanBitcoin surged as much as 3 percent on Tuesday on the Europe-based Bitstamp exchange, where trading is dollar-denominated.
Mar 07, 2017
Big bats dismissed, player send-offs introduced as MCC implement new laws for cricketFrom October, umpires will be given more powers to punish poor behaviour, starting with official warnings through to temporary or permanent dismissal from the field.
Jul 14, 2016
If bigger bats help positive cricket, are they necessarily a bad thing?Cricket is not less of a spectacle because batsmen hit big shots – the exact opposite is true.
Mar 27, 2015
Meet James Laver: The man who crafts the bat-shaped weapons of mass destructionLaver works in relative anonymity in the hamlet of Waipawa on New Zealand's North Island, hand-carving bats for his boutique Laver & Wood label while also supplying some of the world's top players.
Dec 30, 2014
Bat-filled hollow tree in Guinea was Ebola epidemic's ground zero: scientistsMore than 20,000 cases of Ebola, with at least 7,800 deaths, have been recorded by the World Health Organization (WHO) since a two-year-old boy died in the village of Meliandou in December 2013.