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Hidden air pollutants on the rise in Indian cities

The study was led by the University of Birmingham and UCL and included an international team of contributors from Belgium, India, Jamaica and the UK.

Hidden air pollutants on the rise in cities in India, UK: Study

Researchers used a long record of data gathered by space-based instruments to estimate trends in a range of air pollutants for 2005 to 2018, timed to coincide with well-established air quality policies in the UK

8 tornadoes hit Alabama, killing at least 5: Weather service

While Alabama was bearing the worst of Thursday's weather, forecasters warned of dangerous thunderstorms, flash floods and possible twisters from eastern Mississippi into western Georgia,.

Axelsen one win away from defending All England title

Axelsen, 27, had lost his previous match against Antonsen in Thailand in January. The former world champion came from behind for the third time in four matches to win the semifinal.

All England Open badminton: Sindhu enters semi-finals

In a quarter-final match, Sindhu beat Akane 16-21, 21-16, 21-19 in one hour and 16 minutes in the Super 1000 tournament.

All England Open: Ashwini-Sikki lose in quarter-finals

Ashwini and Sikki lost the match 22-24, 12-21 in 39 minutes, thus leaving Lakshya Sen and reigning world champion PV Sindhu as the only Indians remaining in the Super 1000 tournament.

Lakshya Sen to face France’s Thomas Rouxel in second round

However, Lakshya overcame world number 18 in the second set quite easily to clinch the game in 49 minutes and sail into the second round.

COVID-19: Indonesian badminton team withdraws from All England Open

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) and Badminton England on Thursday said that the entire Indonesian team will have to self-isolate from the date of their inbound flight after a person travelling onboard tested positive for coronavirus.

All England Open: Saina retires hurt, Prannoy sails into second round

However, ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal exited the event after retiring hurt in the first round match (21-8, 10-4) against Danish badminton player Mia Blichfeldt.

Nobody getting injured is the only good thing: Klopp on Liverpool’s defeat

As a result of this defeat, Liverpool have become the first Premier League champions in 67 years to concede seven goals in a match.

Several stabbed in Birmingham ‘major incident’: UK police

"A number of other stabbings" were reported in the area shortly after and "this has been declared a major incident", West Midlands Police said in a statement.

Series of the day

Set in Birmingham, England, the series follows the exploits of the Shelby crime family in the direct aftermath of the First World War.

Unlucky Shubhankar Sharma misses the cut

The 24-year-old, who shot 73 in the first round, seemed to have put himself way off the cut line with three bogeys on the trot around the turn as he dropped shots on ninth, 10th and 11th holes at which point he was four-over for the tournament.

Golfer Shubhankar Sharma set for Hero Open

Sharma, who celebrated his 24th birthday last week, was thrilled to return to golf action as he tees up at the 2020 Hero Open with a purse of One million Euros

Shubhankar excited to play Hero Open in Birmingham

"I am quite excited and pumped up by the prospect and plan to play all five remaining events in the six-event UK Swing."

Sindhu in quarterfinals, Lakshya bows out of All England Championship

The sixth-seeded Indian Olympic silver medallist won 21-19 21-15 in a round of 16 match that lasted 49 minutes.

Sindhu advances at All England Open, Srikanth bows out

The sixth seed and world number six Sindhu got the better of the American, ranked eight places below her, 21-14 21-17 in 42 minutes.

Seven shuttlers pull out of All England Open

Speaking exclusively to Telangana Today, World No. 27 player Prannoy confirmed that they have decided to skip the tournament and agreed that it will have an impact on his chances of making it to Olympics.

Social media users copy eating habits

The research published in the scientific journal 'Appetite' found that study participants ate an extra fifth of a portion of fruit and vegetables themselves for every portion they thought their social media peers ate.

200 researchers attend workshop on Human Diversity in Hyderabad

The workshop which is ongoing till Saturday is being attended by around 200 researchers, many of whom are promising PhD scholars from research institutes, universities, hospitals and life science companies in India and the USA.

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