Green Land Public School (Annual Sports Activity)

Neighbourhood Sports Desk/Avi Arya: On December 22nd Green Land Public School had Organized It’s Annual Sports Day where the events are placed and ready. Here we see many students are gathered at the school fields waiting anxiously to get this event started. By the end of the day we see the students that have won some of these events with many people alongside them. This sports event flagged off by Ward 14 Gurugram Counselor Mr Sanjay Pradhan. RWA Sec 9A President Mr. Satyavan Yadav and RWA Surya Vihar President Mr Ishwar Dahiya were Honorable Guest in this event. Continue reading Green Land Public School (Annual Sports Activity)

2nd ODI: Rohit’s third double flattens Sri Lanka

Neighborhood News Desk/MOHALI: One is outstanding, two is outrageous, but three is just out of this world. And, it was truly an out of this world kind of innings. It was completely in contrast with the emotions he showed in Dharamsala, where Rohit was twitchy, anxious and nervous. To be fair to him, it was his first match as Indian captain. Some 240 kilometers from the quaint hill town in Mohali, Rohit showed his Hit-man self – an identity that has made him one of the most destructive limited-overs batsman in world cricket.   Continue reading 2nd ODI: Rohit’s third double flattens Sri Lanka

Smartphone sensors to top 10 billion unit shipments in 2020

Neighborhood News/New Delhi: The sensors in smartphones, that provide an array of features and functionalities in order to improve the overall user experience, are now estimated to cross the 10 billion unit shipment mark in 2020, new research said on Thuesday. According to the Counterpoint’s “Components Tracker” research, all sensors that were combined, more than six billion sensors were shipped within smartphones in 2017. Some premium smartphones have already integrated more than 15 different sensors and their number increases due to technological advances in Microelectronic systems (MEMS) and other sensor technologies driving newer use cases. Continue reading Smartphone sensors to top 10 billion unit shipments in 2020

This Indian attack has got ability to get 20 South Africa wickets: Umesh Yadav

Neighborhood News/NEW DELHI: Speedster Umesh Yadav says that the current Indian attack has the ability to take 20 wickets within a Test match during its South Africa Tour, seen by many as the side’s litmus test following a string of successes at home. What makes Yadav optimistic is that the lion-hearted performance of the pacers on rather unresponsive home tracks in recent times. Yadav felt like Kapil Dev, his strength is natural out-swinger and he doesn’t want to lose it trying to bowl too many in-swingers. Continue reading This Indian attack has got ability to get 20 South Africa wickets: Umesh Yadav

As per new FTP, India get more games with elite teams

NEW DELHI: The Indian team will play almost half of its cricket between 2019 and 2023 against the other three top teams – Australia, South Africa and England – if the new Future Tours Programme (FTP) proposal, which was agreed to in principle by the board’s special general meeting (SGM) here on Monday, is ratified by the world body (ICC). The FTP has also proposed a reduction in the number of match days in the new cycle – from 390 match days during 2015-2019 to 306 match days. However, a 20 percent increase in the number of international matches to … Continue reading As per new FTP, India get more games with elite teams

1st ODI: Sri Lanka bulldoze India by seven wickets in Dharamsala

DHARAMSALA: They were crying for South African wickets, they got them twice, and they came out with a cropper on both occasions. The Indian team, during the ongoing tour by Sri Lanka, has often talked about the looming tour to South Africa in January next year, and how they wanted to prepare for it by simulating pitches and conditions in matches against the Lankans. The first time when the Indian team was provided seaming conditions in this series was in the first Test in Kolkata when the team was shot out for 179 in their first innings, and Suranga Lakmal … Continue reading 1st ODI: Sri Lanka bulldoze India by seven wickets in Dharamsala

Players were being exposed to deadly situations: IMA on air pollution issue

CHENNAI: The Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) should consider atmospheric pollution’s in assessing the criteria for a match just like it considers rain and poor light, the Indian Medical Association has said. IMA president Dr K K Agarwal has written to BCCI acting president CK Khanna and head of committee of administrators Vinod Rai. “Air pollution also reduces performance of the athletes. In a situation where milliseconds and millimeters often determine success of athletes, air pollution can be an important factor in affecting their performance,” he wrote. In the past two days, doctors particularly pulmonologists and cardiologists, have … Continue reading Players were being exposed to deadly situations: IMA on air pollution issue

Chandimal, Dhananjaya hang in there; take SL to 119/4 at lunch

NEW DELHI: Starting the day at 31 for three, Sri Lanka faced an uphill task ahead on day five in order to save the third and the final Test at the Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi. And it was an ominous start for the visitors as they lost first innings centurion Angelo Mathews to Ravindra Jadeja in the sixth over of the day, when the left-armer tossed up a wide one and Mathews tentatively prodded at that, only managing an edge. Ajinkya Rahane took a sharp catch at slips. 31 overs were bowled in the session with SL losing just one … Continue reading Chandimal, Dhananjaya hang in there; take SL to 119/4 at lunch

Delhi may lose winter Tests

NEW DELHI: The Indian cricket board (BCCI) said it would factor in Delhi’s pollution before scheduling a match in the city at this time of the year. “This point about scheduling matches in Delhi in this particular period can be considered in view of the situation encountered in the last two-three days,” acting BCCI secretary Amitabh Choudhary told reporters late on Monday. “This pollution issue has been spoken about for years. It can’t be seen affecting just one walk of life. The agencies which need to be dealing with it, I’m sure are dealing with it.” Delhi’s government last month … Continue reading Delhi may lose winter Tests