The Duke and Duchess will then visit a social initiative offering training to indigenous youth, which is wonderful. But then they’ll have to catch a tram, which any out-of-towner who’s visited Melbourne will know can be problematic. Do they have myki cards? Can you be a royal and also a fare evader? … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about Meghan and Harry’s 2018 Australian trip
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It’s a classic case of whether or not you focus on players on the double or not this round – the Heat and Renegades simply haven’t been scoring heavily enough – from either a BBL|09 or a SuperCoach BBL perspective – to necessarily ‘bank’ on their players scoring heavily despite them playing twice in Round 13. The obvious candidates for captains from the ranks of the Heat are de Villiers, Pattinson and Ben Cutting, who is arguably their best player this season. At the ‘Gades, don’t sleep on Beau Webster, while , while the form of Mohammad Nabi with the bat looks fantastic – can he start claiming some wickets too? Aaron Finch will want to fire. … [Read more...] about SuperCoach BBL: There’s one round before finals – who do you need in your squad?
NEW DELHI: A new coronavirus has killed 25 people in China and infected more than 800, the Chinese government said on Friday, as the World Health Organisation declared it an emergency but stopped short of declaring the epidemic of international concern. China's National Health Commission said 830 cases had been confirmed so far and 25 people had died as of Thursday. Most of the cases are in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the virus is believed to have originated late last year. So what’s Coronavirus and how can it be prevented? What is CoronavirusCoronavirus is an umbrella term for viruses that cause illness ranging from common cold to diseases such as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). How is it transmittedAccording to the WHO, CoV are zoonotic — meaning they are transmitted from animals to humans, though the 2019-nCoV, suspected to have spread from consumption of seafood, is now starting to spread from human … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: All you need to know about symptoms and risks
As of January 6, at least 31 people have died in the violence related to protests against the CAA. After JNU students were attacked on campus by a masked mob, fellow students from small towns and big cities renewed their battle cry against the government, many reading aloud from the Preamble. Women continue to occupy Shaheen Bagh in Delhi, while the people of Kashmir are struggling against a new reality as generals call for war and the Centre marches towards its goal of implementing the CAA, which threatens to further split the country along religious lines. … [Read more...] about Kerala Literature Festival: historians warn against the selective reading of the past
It is a strong association from a city perspective. There are several pros and cons in the organisation. Back when I used to play, there was a lot of football being played mainly because there were active people sitting in the committee who wanted to do something about football. There are certain things which have been done from the right perspective, but I think the biggest flaw is that the secretary and the vice-president have been in the office for a long time. It is time for the PDFA to bring about a little change. There are elections for the members, but who is auditing these secretive elections? Their governance is not transparent. To some extent, I believe even WIFA has been complacent. I know for a fact that there was a proposal to the PDFA to let Dobarwadi run privately. The ground would have been in a much better condition right now, but the proposal was rejected mainly because of the secretary of the PDFA, who runs his own academy. Certain people are placing their personal … [Read more...] about It’s the final whistle for PDFA management, say stakeholders