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India announces squad for first 2 Tests against England

Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, and Ishant Sharma have made their way back into the squad

Chief Minister KCR indisposed, to undergo tests

According to the CMs office Chief Minister complained of burning sensation in his chest and his personal Physician. Dr MV Rao and Pulmonologist Dr Navneet Sagar Reddy and Cardiologist Dr. Pramod Kumar of Yashoda hospital examined him.

Ashwin and Jadeja tough spin duo to face, but Smith will be fine: Wade

The four-match series between India and Australia currently stands levelled at 1-1 and the third Test is slated to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 7.

Two more Covid cases in Suryapet gated community, total at 24

DMHO Karpuram Harshavardhan also visited the colony and enquired about the health condition of the persons who tested positive for Covid-19

England cricketer Ben Stokes not impressed with ICC’s Test cap

While a few hit out at the cricket body for not picking even a single cricketer from Pakistan despite talented cricketers like Babar Azam and Younis Khan in this decade. However, for the fans of Indian cricketer Virat Kohli

After pep talk, Kohli leaves for India

Before boarding his flight back home, the star batsman met his teammates and encouraged them to give their all in the remainder of the series

Cricket Australia mulls swapping last two Tests

According to CA, the leading option was still to play the match from January 7 to 11 in Sydney but if not, swapping the third and fourth Tests between Sydney and Brisbane was the top alternative

Google offers free weekly Covid tests to all US employees

This comes out to $4.5 million per week when multiplied by 90,000 employees (if all of them take the Covid test).

Organ donation process need to be streamlined: Experts

IML Director and Supreme Court advocate, Mahendrakumar Bajpai said the country needs a central law on uniform definition of death

Sanjay Bangar wants Mayank Agarwal to open with Shikhar Dhawan in Tests

Bangar believes that India should tweak their winning opening combination and should give a chance to Mayank Agarwal alongside Shikhar Dhawan.

Frequent, rapid testing can cripple Covid within weeks: Study

"Our big picture finding is that, when it comes to public health, it's better to have a less sensitive test with results today than a more sensitive one with results tomorrow," said study lead author Daniel Larremore from the University of Colorado Boulder in the US.

Shoaib Akhtar wants split captaincy for India if Rohit does well

However, their bid to retain the trophy took a big hit when Virat Kohli announced that he would be returning to after the first Test, to attend his pregnant wife Anushka. This also provides a chance for Rohit Sharma to showcase his talent as a skipper.

Team India undergoes Test match simulation

All the top batsmen and bowlers, who are in all the three squads, were seen taking part in the practice session

Contempt proceedings against Telugu University Registrar

The panel was dealing with a contempt petition alleging wilful disobedience of court orders in a writ petition filed by daily wage workers of the university

Nalgonda: Random sampling test results to come in 10-15 days

As part of the second phase of random sampling tests, five teams of ICMR visited the district on August 26 and 27 and collected samples from 450 persons in 10 villages

Shuttler Sikki Reddy, physio Kiran test negative for Covid-19

With the latest development, decks are cleared for the resumption of the national camp at the academy from Monday

ICC introduces front-foot no-ball technology on trial basis

The ICC have already tested the technology during the women's Twenty20 World Cup in Australia earlier this year and it has also been used in men's 50-over international matches.

Covid cases breach 1.50 lakh mark in AP with 9276 fresh infections

According to the latest government bulletin, the states Covid-19 cumulative tally showed 1,50,209 confirmed cases, 72,188 active, 76,614 recoveries and 1,407 deaths

Covid-19 tracking app may not be good predictor: Study

"In the absence of readily available tests, scientists have worked to identify clues to detect those who might have the illness as a way to combat the spread of the virus."

For Kohli, draw is the last option

He never backed down from the decisions to chase down big targets in Tests.

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