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  1. Azam has scored 1,004 runs in T20Is since 2019, with a highest score of 122 runs and 10 half-centuries
  2. Indian allrounder Vijay Shankar has finally opened up about how he felt (and continues to feel) about the time when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was assembling the national squad for the 2019 World Cup and his selection drew severe criticism from compatriot Ambati Rayudu. In a conversation with News18, Shankar spoke about how he holds no grudges against Rayudu and says that the online comparisons made between the two do not make sense, simply because they both have a very different set of roles and responsibilities when it comes to playing for the national team. Bumrah to Rayudu after hitting Vijay Shankar on toes pic.twitter.com/uEB5jZJf5A — AbhiShek (@ImAbhishek28) June 21, 2019 “We talk well when we meet. There’s no personal issue between us. It just so happened that his (Rayudu’s) tweet became viral. I definitely don’t have any grudge against him. Even when I met him recently in Delhi, we had a super conversation,” Shankar told News18 when asked if he has ever brought up the tweet with Rayudu. The 30-year-old was picked over Rayudu to join the team and the latter hopped on Twitter to mock Shankar’s selection by touching upon the “3-D player” nickname that he had gotten from the selectors at the time. Just Ordered a new set of 3d glasses to watch the world cup .. — Ambati Rayudu (@RayuduAmbati) April 16, 2019 To clear the air, Shankar expressed that he had nothing to do with the “three-dimensional” nickname or how it ended up going viral all over the country. “I have no connection to that. They gave me a tag randomly and made it viral. But after that tweet, I played three games for India in the World Cup and did decently. I didn’t do anything bad,” Shankar said. “A lot of people compare me to Rayudu, but the batting orders and conditions we play in are different. It’s okay to even compare, but at least see which slots we’re batting in. A lot of people don’t know that. They don’t see that, and they just want to enjoy on social media at my expense,” he added. View this post on Instagram And even though Shankar managed to play a few games for the team at the grandest stage of them all, he ended up getting injured and ruled unfit to play for the remainder of the tournament. Team India fans thought that this may be the time window of opportunity during which Rayudu would finally get a spot on the roster. However, BCCI selectors chose Mayank Agarwal as a replacement and Rayudu’s dream of playing for the World Cup remained just a dream. Soon, the cricketer would announce his retirement from international competition and continue to focus on domestic cricket and the Indian Premier League. View the full article
  3. Around 5,000 people ditched face coverings and social distancing rules in the name of science and music
  4. Confident that specific issue that allowed "malicious actors" to scrape data in 2019 no longer exists, says Facebook
  5. As the nation recalls 'Operation Swift Retort', the rapper was not about to let the opportunity go to make a contribution
  6. As many as 6,500 candidates were registered of which 6, 313 students appeared in the exams
  7. Dr Reza Baqir lauds Pakistani expats for an "overwhelming response" to the Roshan Digital Account initiative; says deposits touch almost $4 million a day
  8. University of Karachi declares 1st and 2nd-year results of MEd (morning), MEd (evening) for the annual examination of 2019
  9. Exciting, breath-taking, nerve-wracking, entertaining or spectacular? We are literally running out of words to describe the thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Despite not being played in front of a vociferous Indian crowd, IPL 2020, on the back of thrilling contests so far, is keeping everyone entertained and has undeniably proved to be one of its best installments over the years. From great batting performances, spectacular fielding efforts, majestic bowling spells to nail-biting finishes, the ongoing tournament has done more than enough to satiate the thirst of cricket-crazy fans across the globe. It is the surprise element of this year's tournament that has really captured the imagination of fans. Just when you think you've seen it all, IPL 2020 has successfully managed to surprise everyone. Last Sunday was a testimony to IPL 2020's ability to sweep its fans off their feet. On a day of dramatic run-chases, IPL 2020 saw, not one, not two, but three staggering 'Super Over' contests. © Twitter/@IPL It all began with Kolkata Knight Riders' triumph over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) who, despite tying the score, couldn't overcome the brilliance of Lockie Ferguson in the 'Super Over'. While cricket fans were probably hungover with a tense finish to the game, IPL 2020 threw another cracker of a contest that left everyone speechless in the end. The second match of the day saw Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) matching the total of 176 runs posted by Mumbai Indians (MI). The game, quite understandably, went into the 'Super Over' decider where both the teams once again saw their scores getting tied. A second 'Super Over' contest, third of the day, came to fore and eventually the likes of Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal got Punjab over the line. © Twitter/@IPL While the thrilling win undoubtedly proved critical for Punjab who are struggling to stay alive in the competition, the turn of events on Sunday left every fan elated and gasping for their breath. The feeling was quite mutual amongst former cricketers and pundits including the likes of Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag. Was the World Cup final of 2019 a beter game or #mivskxip ? Unbelievable scenes today #ipl is here to stay Amazing effort by both teams @Jaspritbumrah93 game changer for @mipaltan and @klrahul11 for Punjab great finish world boss @henrygayle @mayankcricket #IPL2020 #supersunday — Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) October 18, 2020 Yuvraj, who was earlier part of the Mumbai Indians franchise, compared the second match of the day with the 2019 World Cup final before deeming the former better. "Was the World Cup final of 2019 a better game or #mivskxip ? Unbelievable scenes today #ipl is here to stay Amazing effort by both teams @Jaspritbumrah93 game changer for @mipaltan and @klrahul11 for Punjab great finish world boss @henrygayle @mayankcricket #IPL2020 #supersunday," Yuvi tweeted. Din Ek, Super over Do. Bahut Nainsaafi hai. The best thing of 2020, the Indian Premier League for a reason. #MIvsKXIP — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 18, 2020 On the other hand, Sehwag also shared his excitement surrounding the two cracking games before eventually calling IPL 2020 the best thing to happen in the year 2020. "Din Ek, Super over Do. Bahut Nainsaafi hai. The best thing of 2020, the Indian Premier League for a reason. #MIvsKXIP," Sehwag tweeted. Well, if this is the state of affairs in the league stage, we can't even begin to think what is going to happen in the Playoffs. And, that's the charm of IPL. The advent of T20 cricket might have given birth to numerous leagues across the globe, but there is a reason why IPL is arguably the biggest and most popular of them all. And, the ongoing season is a befitting testimony to that claim. View the full article
  10. Exciting, breath-taking, nerve-wracking, entertaining or spectacular? We are literally running out of words to describe the thirteenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Despite not being played in front of a vociferous Indian crowd, IPL 2020, on the back of thrilling contests so far, is keeping everyone entertained and has undeniably proved to be one of its best installments over the years. From great batting performances, spectacular fielding efforts, majestic bowling spells to nail-biting finishes, the ongoing tournament has done more than enough to satiate the thirst of cricket-crazy fans across the globe. It is the surprise element of this year's tournament that has really captured the imagination of fans. Just when you think you've seen it all, IPL 2020 has successfully managed to surprise everyone. Last Sunday was a testimony to IPL 2020's ability to sweep its fans off their feet. On a day of dramatic run-chases, IPL 2020 saw, not one, not two, but three staggering 'Super Over' contests. © Twitter/@IPL It all began with Kolkata Knight Riders' triumph over Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) who, despite tying the score, couldn't overcome the brilliance of Lockie Ferguson in the 'Super Over'. While cricket fans were probably hungover with a tense finish to the game, IPL 2020 threw another cracker of a contest that left everyone speechless in the end. The second match of the day saw Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) matching the total of 176 runs posted by Mumbai Indians (MI). The game, quite understandably, went into the 'Super Over' decider where both the teams once again saw their scores getting tied. A second 'Super Over' contest, third of the day, came to fore and eventually the likes of Chris Gayle and Mayank Agarwal got Punjab over the line. © Twitter/@IPL While the thrilling win undoubtedly proved critical for Punjab who are struggling to stay alive in the competition, the turn of events on Sunday left every fan elated and gasping for their breath. The feeling was quite mutual amongst former cricketers and pundits including the likes of Yuvraj Singh and Virender Sehwag. Was the World Cup final of 2019 a beter game or #mivskxip ? Unbelievable scenes today #ipl is here to stay Amazing effort by both teams @Jaspritbumrah93 game changer for @mipaltan and @klrahul11 for Punjab great finish world boss @henrygayle @mayankcricket #IPL2020 #supersunday — Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) October 18, 2020 Yuvraj, who was earlier part of the Mumbai Indians franchise, compared the second match of the day with the 2019 World Cup final before deeming the former better. "Was the World Cup final of 2019 a better game or #mivskxip ? Unbelievable scenes today #ipl is here to stay Amazing effort by both teams @Jaspritbumrah93 game changer for @mipaltan and @klrahul11 for Punjab great finish world boss @henrygayle @mayankcricket #IPL2020 #supersunday," Yuvi tweeted. Din Ek, Super over Do. Bahut Nainsaafi hai. The best thing of 2020, the Indian Premier League for a reason. #MIvsKXIP — Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) October 18, 2020 On the other hand, Sehwag also shared his excitement surrounding the two cracking games before eventually calling IPL 2020 the best thing to happen in the year 2020. "Din Ek, Super over Do. Bahut Nainsaafi hai. The best thing of 2020, the Indian Premier League for a reason. #MIvsKXIP," Sehwag tweeted. Well, if this is the state of affairs in the league stage, we can't even begin to think what is going to happen in the Playoffs. And, that's the charm of IPL. The advent of T20 cricket might have given birth to numerous leagues across the globe, but there is a reason why IPL is arguably the biggest and most popular of them all. And, the ongoing season is a befitting testimony to that claim. View the full article
  11. Cricket is an odd game, really. It somehow manages to unite people from two very different parts of the world and form the kind of relationship many fail to have with those who live around them all the time. Something similar happened between the current captain of the Indian cricket team and former South African skipper AB de Villiers, who have been sharing the Royal Challengers Bangalore locker room since 2011. In an Instagram Live conversation between the two legends of the sport, they went down memory lane to discuss the very first time theyâd met after learning that they were going to be teammates in the fourth edition of the Indian Premier League. AB de Villiers Reveals Favourite Memory with Virat Kohli pic.twitter.com/2QVQ4Y8fr8 â Himanshu (@himanshux_) April 24, 2020 "I remember the first time we met after you were picked up by RCB. It was in Johannesburg and we came down the tunnel. You guys were finishing practice and we were just starting ours. I came and said âhelloâ and said âwe are going to be teammatesâ and you were like 'I am excited for that'. Such a brief chat. Nine years we have been such good friends and such a great journey. Yeah, it's been wonderful," Kohli said. This is when Mr 360 revealed that he didnât actually trust the youngblood back then. âIt's an interesting story because it is a very human thing to do when you hear about someone for quite a few years and Boucher had told me a lot about you,â de Villiers said. © Twitter/IPL âI certainly remember walking up the tunnel and even though I said âhiâ but I didn't trust the guy yet. I have seen the hair and seen the style but it didn't take me long to get to know you better,â he added. That was back in 2011. Since then, the kind of relationship the two have developed simply by playing alongside each other for a month and a half every year is simply special. The 126-run partnership they shared during the 2016 season in which both batsmen scored a ton, is still considered to be one of the best batting displays in the history of the tournament. Kohliâs heartfelt farewell message to the Protea when he decided to retire from international cricket in 2018 in which he actually called de Villiers his âbrotherâ also adds to how deep their relationship is. Wish you all the best in everything that you do my brother. Youâve changed the way batting was seen in the time youâve played international cricket. My best wishes to you and your family for this amazing journey ahead @ABdeVilliers17 pic.twitter.com/uxtRAPl3zA â Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 26, 2018 And finally, de Villiers complimenting Kohliâs âgood wifeâ as the reason behind his success on the international forum, shows how personal their bond is. AB's kids knock Anushka and Virat's door at the hotel every morning to wake them up and wish them good morning. "The best thing that has happened to me is me getting married", Virat got me gushing over them again. âStability, balance & good wivesâ https://t.co/T03I8FnjT6 â m (@Manasa2922x) April 14, 2019The conversation came a full circle when the two described their relationship in the best ways they could. While AB de Villiers called it âtimelessâ it was Virat Kohli who said that it was âbased on trust.â View the full article
  12. About Rs9.4bn was released in 2017 by then prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and chief minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif
  13. 2019 marked a fantastic boom in Indian publishing, especially for non-fiction titles - several publishers reported great renewed interest as the Indian readerâs curiosity kept bringing them back to bookshelves time and time again. Several gifted authors also produced works of merit that received widespread national and international acclaim - here are some of the very best we saw across 2019. The Absent Dialogue: Politicians, Bureaucrats, and the Military in India - Amit Mukherjee © Oxford University Press/Brookings Institution Informed by more than a hundred and fifty interviews and recently available archival material, The Absent Dialogue sheds new light on India's military and will reshape our understanding of both the history and contemporary dynamics of civil-military relations and recurring problems therein. A must-read for anyone curious about the state of our military bureaucracy today, and how it came to be. How to Win an Indian Election: What Political Parties Don't Want You to Know - Shivam Shankar Singh © Twitter/Penguin India Singh was a campaign strategist for the BJP in 2014. After he resigned, he publicly spoke about how they deal in fake news and censorship, creating quite the uproar in 2018. His book reveals an inside view of just how political parties use data analytics, political consultants and what goes on in the forbidden election war-rooms of Indiaâs political heavyweights. The book is invaluable for its extensively researched content, personal anecdotes and exclusive interviews. Wasted: The Messy Story of Sanitation in India, A Manifesto for Change - Ankur Bisen © Pan MacMillian India/Twitter Urban India generates close to 3 million trucks of untreated garbage every day. If these were laid end-to-end, one could reach half way to the moon - but just how did we get so dirty? Questions such as these, and a deep exploration of Indiaâs most obvious everyday problem present themselves in Wasted. Bisen aims to help people understand the complex, cast-driven dynamics behind sanitation and the invisible socio-political pressures that keep us from being a true âSwacch Bharatâ. A must read for those interested in policy, civil planning and the environment. The Patient Assassin - Anita Anand © Simon & Schuster/Sukhi Dhanda The dramatic true story of Udham Singh, a young orphan survivor of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919, and his ferocious 20-year campaign of revenge that made him a hero to hundreds of millions. Anandâs book is voraciously researched and reads much like a dramatic thriller - taking us through a long journey from the blood-soaked earth of Amritsar to Africa, the United States and finally to London, where Singh finally finds his target. ISRO's Magnificent Women and Their Flying Machines - Minnie Vaid ©Twitter/Speaking Tiger Through a combination of Bollywood and the recent public interest upsurge in ISRO, many of us came to know that a huge part of Indiaâs space programme is frontlined by women. Vaidâs book helps draw light towards the challenges and triumphs experienced by ISROâs female scientists. Itâs also been recently updated to include a bit about the 2019 Chandrayaan-2 mission, and a bit of speculation about the future of ISRO and careers in science for Indiaâs women. Straight to Normal - Sharif D. Rangnekar © Twitter/Rupa Publications One of the most honest, gritty and upfront autobiographies written by an Indian in recent years, Rangnekarâs story takes us through the 1970s to the modern LGBT revolution in India, charting a course through years of confusion, fear, depression and ultimately self-discovery and acceptance. Itâs a work written in deep retrospection and has been described in the authorâs own words as the story of âgaining an identity but losing a near lifetime, looking for love and companionship.â Behind Bars In Byculla: My Days In Prison - Jigna Vora © Twitter/Penguin India One of the most fascinating premises for any true story, Behind Bars In Byculla charts crime reporter Jigna Voraâs journey as a jailed suspect in connection to the underworld elites of Bombay. Covering seven years of jail time, courtroom sessions and her final days before acquittal, Voraâs story is incredibly fascinating. Particularly interesting are the interviews and conversations she had as a crime reporter behind bars, crossing paths with fallen socialites, gambling donnas and even Pragya Thakur. View the full article
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