CCUSA produces 1st IPL player

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 17,514 total views,  1 views today “This young player from Ohio came to me some years ago and asked me to play at the US Open T20 tournament because he was not getting opportunities. We welcomed him into the fold and today he is now lined up to play at the prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL).” The words of chairman and founder of Cricket Council USA (CCUSA) Muhammad Qureshi speaking about Mahammad Ali Khan. For the first time in history, the IPL will see participation by an American cricketer after Kolkata Knight…

‘He leads by example’ – De Villiers credits Kohli for RCB’s disciplined work ethic

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 3,044 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.cricingif.com/ South African veteran AB de Villiers said captain Virat Kohli is “leading from the front” as Royal Challengers Bangalore look to shed their wooden-spooners tag in the Indian Premier League. De Villiers said India skipper Kohli was inspiring much hard work in the build-up to the IPL’s start in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday. “I think everyone has bought into this hard-working environment and a lot of credit should go to Virat for that,” De Villiers said in an interview posted on his team’s…

Potential sign of alien life detected on inhospitable Venus

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 1,272 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.dawn.com/ Scientists said on Monday they have detected in the harshly acidic clouds of Venus a gas called phosphine that indicates microbes may inhabit Earth’s inhospitable neighbour, a tantalising sign of potential life beyond Earth. The researchers did not discover actual life forms, but noted that on Earth phosphine is produced by bacteria thriving in oxygen-starved environments. The international scientific team first spotted the phosphine using the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii and confirmed it using the Atacama Large Millimetre/submillimetre Array (ALMA) radio telescope in…

Saudi Arabia To Lift Some Flight Restrictions On September 15

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 976 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.bolnews.com/ Saudi Arabia is set to partially lift its suspension of international flights from Sept 15 to allow “exceptional categories” of citizens and residents to travel, according to its state news agency. The kingdom will lift all travel restrictions for citizens on Jan 1, 2021, it added. The exceptional categories include public and military sector employees, diplomats and their families, those working for public or non-profit private sector jobs abroad, businessmen, patients who need treatment abroad, those studying abroad as well as people with humanitarian causes, and sports…