‘Challenging to drop Chahal but we backed Chahar for his pace’

India captain Virat Kohli on Saturday admitted that dropping a proven performer like Yuzvendra Chahal was a tough call but the Haryana leg-spinner’s lack of pace off the surface on the slow UAE tracks tilted the scales in favour of the quicker Rahul Chahar. …

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Make India the world’s biggest military power: PM Modi inaugurates seven new State-run defence firms

There is more transparency, trust and technology-driven approach in India’s defence sector now than ever before and major reforms are taking place Read More | Source: WION…

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LG dedicates Rs 5.13 Crore six hi-tech multi-purpose video wall facility en route SMVD Shrine

Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha, who is also the Chairman of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, today inaugurated six hi-tech Multipurpose Video Walls installed at prominent locations en route Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine, at a cost of Rs. 5.13 crore, with assistance from the Ministry of Culture, Government…

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‘Slug gate’ inquiry finds health officials didn’t deliberately omit evidence

Inquiry into I Cook Foods recommends that body cameras are worn during food-safety inspections and the Health Department ensures food is always tested in listeria investigations.   Read More | Source: Sydney Morning Herald…

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“It Was Unbelievable”: Star Trek Actor Becomes Real Life Astronaut

“Star Trek” actor William Shatner finally became a real space traveler on Blue Origin’s second crewed mission Wednesday, calling it the most profound experience of his life. Read More | Source: NDTV News…

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Can the world learn from indigenous peoples’ food systems, before they are lost?

Fabian Jimbijti sometimes walks three days to find food for his community. He treks across mountains to collect salt from a sacred spring deep in the jungle, wades into rivers to catch eels, and forages the forest floor for herbs and wild edibles. Read More | Source: CNN…

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