“Rishabh Pant is a free-flowing player. You have to set his batting position, that he will bat at this position and he will get this many overs to play. He needs to be clear in his head that he will get this many overs so that he is not thinking whether he needs to take singles, or if he needs to defend. He is an attacking batsman, he should start hitting attacking shots from the first ball,” Kaif told former India cricketer Aakash Chopra in his Youtube chat show ‘Aakash Vani’. … [Read more...] about ‘He lays out the plan and you just have to follow’: Rishabh Pant names his favourite batting partner
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China is of the view that in order to fully, effectively and sustainably implement the peace agreement in Colombia, focus should be on a proper balance and synergy between development and security, said Yao Shaojun, minister counselor of China's Permanent Mission to the United Nations. … [Read more...] about Chinese envoy asks for peace through development in Colombia
Many universities, including Harvard, have announced plans to conduct only online classes in the Fall semester starting in August or September, while some like Columbia and Yale plan to offer a hybrid programme that combines online and in-person teaching if local authorities permit classroom attendance. The administration's order against online only teaching seemed to be a tactic to force educational institutions to comply with Trump's agenda to open the nation fully before the November election. When the case was filed, Harvard President Larry Summers said, "It appears that it was designed purposefully to place pressure on colleges and universities to open their on-campus classrooms for in-person instruction this fall, without regard to concerns for the health and safety of students, instructors, and others." At least two other cases against the government's order are pending before other federal courts: One is by Johns Hopkins University in Washington and the other is by the … [Read more...] about Victory for foreign students, Donald Trump administration drops visa ban for online-only students
From Ms. Gandhi asking State Congress units to pay the train fares of migrant workers, to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra facing off with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath over deploying buses to ferry migrant workers, to Rahul Gandhi’s much publicised conversation with a group of migrant workers, the principal Opposition party seems to be trying to build a new constituency of supporters. … [Read more...] about Analysis | Can the Congress form a new class of voters?
Germany, which holds the EU’s rotating presidency for the next six months, wants leaders meeting in Brussels later this week to agree on an unprecedented 500 billion euro ($569 billion) stimulus package to revive the bloc’s pandemic-hit economies. … [Read more...] about Covid-19: Germany eyes local travel bans to prevent 2nd virus wave