The rhythm of bodybuilding this year in Zadar in an even better edition

first_imgStudents of the Department of Tourism and Communication Sciences of the University of Zadar have joined forces for the ninth time this year in a humanitarian project The rhythm of bodybuilding in order to present to their fellow citizens new ideas from the field of culture and tourism and to create an attractive program in the pre-season.This year the Rhythm of Bodybuilding is held from 25 to 27 April at different locations in Zadar – New campus of the University of Zadar, HNK Zadar, SRC Franka Lisice and others.The grand opening of the project will take place through charity concert on Wednesday, April 25, starting at 19 pm at the Croatian National Theater in Zadar. Given that the European Commission has declared 2018 the year of cultural heritage, the theme of this year’s Rhythm of Bodybuilding is “Experience cultural heritage”. Accordingly, the main part of the opening program will be magnified by their performances klapas Intrade, Idro and Kandelora, cultural and artistic societies Donat, Kveštura and Vrana, Zadar Dance Ensemble and students of the University of Zadar who will present the cultural heritage of the Zadar region through storytelling and recitations. After the end of the concert, an exhibition of old and new photographs of Zadar and a reception will be set up in the lobby of the Croatian National Theater in Zadar.Like the Rhythm of Bodybuilding this year as well ‘Radiate goodness’ all proceeds from the sale of tickets and promotional materials of the project will be donated to the Oncology Department of the Zadar General Hospital for the purpose of purchasing a linear accelerator, an apparatus for radiation of oncology patients. The second day of the Rhythm of Bodybuilding, Thursday, April 26, begins with an educational part at 9 a.m. in the Multimedia Hall (117) on the New Campus of the University of Zadar. Gorana Barišić-Bačelić (Fortress of St. Michael) and Boris Filipović Grčić (Sinj Museum) will speak on the topic of cultural heritage, as well as Jasminko Halilović (Museum of War Childhood Sarajevo) via video. As part of the educational part of the program, students of the University of Zadar will present their works on this topic, and the best of them will be awarded.The sports part of the project will be held on the same day from 16 pm to 20 pm at the SRC Franka Lisice “Man, play with cultural heritage!” The emphasis will be on traditional sports activities reminiscent of childhood (border guard, skipping, playing cards, bowling and tug of war), but also basketball as a sports symbol of the city of Zadar. Visitors can expect a rich raffle, as well as an always attractive duel under the hoop of professors and students.Friday, April 27th, from 9 a.m. the educational part of the program continues in the multimedia hall on the New Campus. Mateo Brajek (Krug Travel) and Kata Barišić (Zagreb Time Travel) will take you through virtual tourist tours, after which a panel discussion with representatives of cultural and other institutions on the topic “Pressure of tourism on cultural heritage, commodification, vulgarization and devaluation of cultural heritage and the loss of the cultural identity of urban areas with reference to the City of Zadar ”. Participants: Assoc. Prof. dr. sc. Božena Krce Miočić – University of Zadar (moderator), doc. dr. sc. Igor Kulenović – University of Zadar, prof. dr. sc. in peace Pavao Pavuša Vežić, Ph.D. Vinko Bakija – President of the Association of Tourist Guides of the City of Zadar Donat, Mr. Mladen Masar – Zadar City Library, Mr. Vanja Čvrljak – TZ Benkovac and Mr. Lovro Jurišić – Zadar County.All information related to the Rhythm of Bodybuilding 2018 project can be found on the web ( https://ritamkulturizma.com/) and Facebook pagehttps://www.facebook.com/ritamkulturizma/). read more

Tourism responsible for increasing food and beverage consumption: 5 times in Istria, and 12 times more in Medulin, Baška Voda and Nin than out of season

first_imgIn Istria County, the increase in food and beverage consumption in August is estimated at almost 5 times (4,73 times) compared to the off-season. In Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, the increase in food and beverage consumption potential would amount to about 217% in August, in Zadar County about 240%, Šibenik-Knin County by about 228%, in Dubrovnik-Neretva County by 215% and Split-Dalmatia County by 185%. “According to the estimate of the increase in consumption in the food and beverage segment in August for the six strongest tourist counties and their individual towns and villages, a number of tourist centers are expected to have extremely high consumption growth compared to the off-season. Namely, in several tourist centers, the expected increase in consumption in the food and beverage segment is over ten times, which is a reflection of the high concentration of the number of overnight stays in August and the associated seasonal increase in demand. Estimating the increase in consumption in the food and beverage segment is important for adjusting retail trends, ie assessing whether and to what extent increased seasonal turnover in the food and beverage segment follows increased demand in the tourist season and for assessing supply needs at the peak of the tourist season.“Points out Zvonimir Savić, Director of the Sector for Financial Institutions and Economic Analysis of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, and adds that consumption estimates facilitate the provision of seasonal supply in retail trade and the adjustment of the entire tourist offer and infrastructure to increased number of consumers and their demand.In Istria, the increase in food and beverage consumption is estimated at 5 times, and in Medulin, Baška Voda and Nin as much as 12 times The highest number of tourist nights in August 2017 in 6 counties was recorded in Mali Lošinj, Crikvenica, Rab, Krk, Zadar, Nin, Biograd na Moru, Pag, Šibenik, Vodice, Rogoznica, Primošten, Split, Makarska, Baška Voda, Omis , Rovinj, Medulin, Porec, Umag, Dubrovnik, Orebic, Konavle and Korcula, which represents about 40% of the total number of tourist nights realized in August.Source: HGKOf these places, the Municipality of Medulin stood out the most in estimating the growth of consumption in the food and beverage segment, with the estimated growth of consumption in the food and beverage segment by 1.095% (about 12 times) in August 2018 compared to off-season consumption, the Municipality of Baška Voda , with an estimate of consumption growth in the food and beverage segment by 1.059% (about 11,5 times) in August 2018 compared to off-season consumption, and the City of Nin, with an estimate of consumption growth in the food and beverage segment by 1.047%. (about 11,5 times) in August relative to off-season consumption. In other words, consumption in the food and beverage segment in the city of Nin in August 2018 is potentially about 11,5 times higher than the average consumption in the off-season.Read the full analysis of the estimate of the increase in food and beverage consumption in August in the attachment.Attachment: Estimation of increase in food and beverage consumption in AugustRELATED NEWS:center_img The emphasized spatio-temporal concentration of the tourist season is important for assessing the potential of consumption in retail and catering, based on the increase in the number of inhabitants in an area (county / city / municipality) due to the arrival and overnight stay of domestic tourists.Namely, a significant part of personal consumption expenditure in Croatia is allocated for food and beverages (almost 33%), and the average daily expenditure of an adult in Croatia in the food and beverage segment is around HRK 45. The food and beverage segment is taken because there is an estimate of the average daily expenditure per tourist, according to the Croatian Chamber of Commerce in the analysis of the estimate of the increase in food and beverage consumption in August.Namely, according to the data of the Institute of Tourism for 2017, the average daily consumption of tourists during the summer months is about 79 euros, of which 17% (about 13 euros, or about 96 kn) is spent on food and beverages outside the accommodation facility. it turns out that the consumption of tourists in relation to the domestic customer (domicile resident), in the segment of food and beverages is about 2,1 times higher.Source: HGKlast_img read more

Capiz has enough rice supply – NFA

first_imgThe LGUs that would opt to purchase rice from the NFA on credit shouldhave a memorandum of agreement with the latter, while a letter of request and aletter of authority for representatives are required for cash payments. ROXAS City – There is sufficient supply of rice in this provincedespite the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, the National FoodAuthority (NFA)-Capiz said, NFA-Capiz officer-in-charge Herrielle Jumagbas reiterated her assuranceto the Capizeños that there is enough buffer stock of the said product amidstthe situation. Last year, a total of 278,907 bags of palay had been procured by NFA-Capiz – rice equivalent of 181,290bags. Based on the latest rice inventory of the NFA-Capiz from its warehousesin Barangay Bolo here, and in the towns of Sigma and Dumalag as of March 27,the food agency has a total rice inventory of 212,114 bags. The amount isexpected to last for 36 days based on the 5,880 bags daily rice requirement ofthe province.  NFA-Capiz will prioritize the issuance of its product through sales tothe local government units (LGUs) and the Department of Social Welfare andDevelopment during calamities. Its office is also open from Monday to Saturdayat 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. “That made the total rice inventory of the entire province of Capiz to539,284 bags to last for 91 days,” said NFA-Capiz information officer MaryChristie Hari-on. Under Republic Act 11203, NFA is mandated to maintain a sufficientlevel of rice buffer stocks, which are sourced from local farmers throughprocurement. These stocks are intended for emergency or calamity operations. The NFA’s latest survey also adds that there are 212,670 bags of ricein households, while 114,500 bags are at the retailers and wholesalers. For relief operations to those affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak, the municipality of Pontevedra, Capiz purchases 200 bags of National Food Authority (NFA) rice from one of NFA-Capiz’s warehouse on March 28. NFA is required to maintain a sufficient level of rice buffer stocks intended for emergency or calamity operations. NFA-CAPIZ “To replenish rice stocks due to transfer to other warehouses in theregion, the local food agency here still buy clean and dry palay at P19 per kilogram,” Hari-on  said.(Witha report from PIA/PN)last_img read more

7 NPA rebels linked to cop’s assassination

first_imgSamson said armed men suddenly entered the compound then two of them shot the policeman several times. They would be charged with murdering Police Master Sergeant Arnel Paurillo, 42, of the Iloilo Police Provincial Office’s (IPPO) Provincial Drug Enforcement Unit, said Police Lieutenant Jose Rommel Samson, Tubungan police chief. “Three of the four suspects were wearing facemasks,” said Samson. “We are deeply saddened by the death of Master Sergeant Paurillo in the course of fulfilling his duty to enforce the law and fight criminality,” said IPPO director Police Colonel Paul Kenneth Lucas./PN Paurillo was really the target, said Samson, pointing out that the armed men did not harm Talamillo. The IPPO and Police Regional Office 6 condemned the killing. Paurillo was shot to death at around 9:30 p.m. at the house of friend Rodolfo Talamillo while waiting for two police officers from the Tubungan police station to plan an anti-drug operation. Witnesses identified the seven, and the murder charge would be filed this week, he told Panay News. Responding policemen recovered spent bullet shells of a .45 pistol and .9mm pistol from the crime scene. ILOILO City – Seven members of the New People’s Army (NPA) were behind the killing of a police officer in Barangay Teniente Benito, Tubungan, Iloilo on June 15, according to the Tubungan police station. The suspects introduced themselves as members of the NPA.last_img read more

Joe Aribo named in difficult Europa clash against Leverkusen

first_img Promoted ContentThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All TimeCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?A Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made Though the odds favour Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz is not ready to give Rangers a breathing place as he eyes a place in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Europa League. Bosz has vowed to hand his goal scoring Kai Havertz a starting shirt. It was the Germany international’s penalty his third goal in as many Europa League games this campaign which opened the scoring at Ibrox, with further strikes coming from Charles Aranguiz and Leon Bailey.Kai Havertz is being is reported to be close to a £70million switch to Stamford Bridge but Bosz insists he is not likely to be thinking about that with Europa clash and possibility of progressing in the championship on the table Read AlsoAribo celebrates Rangers’ Young Player, Goal of the Season Awards “A title is up for grabs and we’re hungry for it,” said Captain Lars Bender, who should feature with his twin brother Sven Bender in a back four. In one change from the side which started the DFB Cup final, Havertz is expected to drop back into a support role having deputised as striker for the injured Kevin Volland, who should lead the line in Leverkusen. Super Eagles midfielder Joe Aribo heads Rangers squad that will be facing baptism of fire as they attempt to turn the table against Leverkusen in the Europa return leg on Thursday. The former Charlton Athletic ace and his teammates will have their hands full after losing the first 3-1 at home. While StevenGerard tutored Rangers will be seeking a miracle homers Leverkusen have been told to avoid leaving anything to chance but file out on a consolidation mission. Nigeria international and Rangers’ new arrival Leo Balogun is not eligible to play the match with teammate George Edmundson expected to take his place. Rangers have gone five matches unbeaten going into Thursday encounter but some say it will be herculean task for them to overturn the 3-1 defeat in Germany.Advertisement Loading… FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

Season opener set for Friday at Davenport Speedway

first_imgDAVENPORT, Iowa – The battle for the Davenport Speedway track championships begins this Friday, April 24, with the Koehler Electric-sponsored season opener.All five weekly classes – the Milan Heating & Air IMCA Modifieds, Petersen Plumbing & Heating IMCA Late Models, Hawkeye Auto IMCA Northern SportMods, Koehler Electric Street Stocks and Roto-Rooter 4-Stocks, will be in action on the 1/4-mile dirt oval.Defending track champions are Doug Crampton, Modified; Justin Kay, Late Model; Bryce Garnhart, Northern SportMod; Donnie Louck, street stock; and Brandon Dahl, 4-stock.Davenport Speedway is located at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, on West Locust Street in Davenport. Pit gates open at 4:30 p.m. with hot laps at 6:30 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m.For additional information on DRT TRAK Racing events, visit www.davenportspeedway.com or call 563 652-5302.last_img read more

Ireland boosted as Keith Earls commits to Munster

first_img Scrum-half Conor Murray has completed a three-year dual contract with Munster and the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) as expected. But Earls’ dual deal with Ireland completes a late about-turn from the Munster centre, who came very close to a move to the Aviva Premiership. Ireland boss Joe Schmidt rubbished suggestions of a mass player drain in the wake of Ian Madigan moving to Bordeaux this summer and Marty Moore heading to Wasps. And now the head coach’s bullish words have been backed up by the IRFU and Munster tying down two prized assets to new long-term deals. “We are delighted that Keith has signed a new IRFU contract which will see him remain a Munster player until the end of the 2019 season,” said IRFU performance director David Nucifora. “We are delighted that Conor has signed a new IRFU contract too. Conor is a hugely important, admired and respected player and makes a real impact in every game he plays for Munster and Ireland. “Keith is a gifted footballer and has shown great commitment throughout his rugby career for both Munster and Ireland “The IRFU are committed to retaining players like Keith and we know that Munster and Ireland supporters will be delighted with today’s news.” Ireland boss Schmidt had been at pains to reject outside insinuation that a host of top talents could now take up more lucrative contracts overseas and Ireland remain candid in their determination to prioritise the Test careers of those stars plying their trade on home soil. Schmidt admitted Madigan’s Bordeaux switch could dampen his international ambitions, though prop Moore only misses the Six Nations due to a hamstring injury. Keith Earls has rejected Saracens’ advances to sign a new three-year contact with Munster in a clear boost to Ireland’s battle to keep top talents on home soil. “There’s only Ian Madigan in the squad currently who has signed abroad,” said Schmidt. “Ian and I had a long discussion about it. “When I arrived at Leinster Ian was learning French, so there was an uneasy feeling at that stage. “I know he wants to play at 10, and I think he’ll go into a head-to-head duel with Lionel Beauxis and fair play to him if he gets the better of that. “He won’t be out of our thoughts, but Paddy Jackson came off the bench in several of the Six Nations matches last year and Ian Keatley started against Italy last year. “So there is competition for Ian, and there’s always a risk in him going away.” Schmidt’s positive mindset was also boosted by linchpin fly-half Johnny Sexton proving his fitness for Ireland’s RBS 6 Nations opener against Wales in Dublin on Sunday, February 7. Sexton was withdrawn from Leinster’s 51-10 Champions Cup defeat to Wasps but passed initial pitch-side Head Injury Assessment (HIA) and has since completed further tests to return to training. Ireland head coach Schmidt lamented suggestions his frontline playmaker should consider quitting the sport to preserve his long-term health. Schmidt branded those calls “a disappointment”, frustrated that observers outside the Ireland camp have questioned expert medical opinion. “Johnny trained really well yesterday, he’s fully fit and ready to go, he’s passed his three (tests) so that’s the protocol,” said Schmidt. “It was this time last year that the problem really arose and he had the break. “Since that time he hasn’t really had too many problems. “He trained really well yesterday. I think he’s good to go.” Outspoken columnist and former Ireland international George Hook has led calls for Sexton to consider quitting the sport over frequent head injuries. Sexton was stood down for 12 weeks by French club Racing after suffering four concussions inside 12 months. Despite Sexton’s latest head injury concern, Ireland and Leinster have insisted the 30-year-old did not suffer a concussion against Wasps and is now free to play. “All we can do is go on the medical opinion and he had two of the best guys that are around,” said Schmidt. ” When they give him the all-clear we’ve got a lot of trust in them. “I have a number of dealings with medical practitioners that we have huge trust in, and you know they are the experts. “If there are people who question that, again it’s always a disappointment, but also a reality.” Press Associationlast_img read more

If India don’t come for Asia Cup, Pakistan won’t be part of 2021 T20 WC: PCB

first_imgLahore: PCB chief executive Wasim Khan has dismissed reports that Pakistan has given up its hosting rights of the T20 Asia Cup. In fact, he has bartered that if the Men in Blue would not turn up for the Asia Cup, then Pakistan could also refuse to participate in the 2021 T20 World Cup slated to be played in India.After the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) agreed to send its team to Pakistan for a T20I series and two ICC World Test Championship matches in three phases, reports emerged that the Pakistan Cricket Board has given the hosting rights to the September event to Bangladesh. “It is not the prerogative of the PCB or the ICC to change the host as it was the decision of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC),” Wasim was quoted as saying by The Dawn. “We are currently considering two venues to host the Asia Cup,” he added. “If India doesn’t come to Pakistan for the Asia Cup, we would also refuse participation in the 2021 T20 World Cup there.”Last week, it emerged out that BCCI hasn’t budged on its decision of not playing cricket on Pakistani soil, thus resulting in Pakistan losing hosting rights for the Asia Cup.Pakistan last year welcomed back Test cricket after a long gap when Sri Lanka toured the nation in December. IANSAlso Read: Kamakhya Saikia appointed as observer for Emerging Team Asia Cup by BCCIAlso Watch: Stage Set for Republic Day 2020 Celebrations in Guwahatilast_img read more

Cricket News MS Dhoni exclusion sums up India selection panel’s confused thoughts on criteria

first_img 21:24 (IST) Facebook Twitter Whats app Linked In For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. 47.4 overs: WICKET! J Bumrah (0) is out, c Jason Holder b Marlon Samuels, 240 all out New Delhi: When MSK Prasad announced the squads for the Twenty20s and Tests against West Indies and Australia, there was a sense of shock. In a squad which included some surprises and some deserving picks, one notable omission headlined news all over the world. MS Dhoni’s exclusion for the West Indies and Australia Twenty20s was the first time the former Indian skipper was dropped from the team ever since he established himself as a big name in the side. The fact that it comes at a time when his finishing prowess and big scores are on the wane in ODIs has given rise to speculation that his time is coming to an end.Read More | Arvind Kejriwal meets Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu, Sharad Yadav ahead of pollsIn the past couple of years, when it comes to Twenty20s, his average and strike-rate are on the up. His prowess in international Twenty20s is on par with his IPL performance, where he is a proven finisher par excellence. This was not the case prior to 2017 when there were questions raised about his abilityHowever, with Dhoni slated to only play till the 2019 World Cup, picking Rishabh Pant is a good way to groom him in terms of batting and glovework for the next Twenty20 World Cup which will be played in Australia in 2020. If one has to sum up Dhoni’s exclusion, it is a confounding decision considering that Dhoni is now actually playing better in the shorter format. Selectors’ mixed signals confuse playersIf the call to axe Dhoni was confounding, then the selection and non-selection of some players has confounded Indian cricket followers. Read More | Sri Lanka crisis: President Maithripala Sirisena suspends Parliament till November 16, crisis deepensThe classic case in point is Mayank Agarwal. In the 2017/18 season, the right-hander hammered 2141 runs across all formats combined in domestic cricket. He not only knocked on the doors of national selection, he was banging them hard enough to bring it down. However, tests against Afghanistan, England and West Indies have passed and Agarwal still does not have his chance. Worst, he was in the West Indies squad, did not get a game and was overlooked for the Australia series. In Agarwal’s case, scoring runs in domestic level is apparently not the criteria to national selection. If that is not the case, then what is? The MSK Prasad-selection panel has not communicated this message clearly. In fact, the current selection regime has suffered from lack of communication in this entire period.Read More | Here’s why Radhika Madan chose ‘Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota’ over ‘Laila Majnu’Karun Nair and Murali Vijay have voiced their opinions that the selectors did not have a clear chat with them when it comes to their non-selection. The irony is, Karun has still not been picked since scoring a triple century in his last Test while Vijay has been picked after failing in England and not playing in the West Indies series.The Kedar Jadhav situation is farcical. After not getting selected for the last three ODIs, Prasad stated that Jadhav’s ‘history of injuries’ resulted in his non-selection. Miraculously, 20 hours and a Deodhar Trophy match later, Jadhav was picked for the last two ODIs against West Indies. The way how this situation was handled was farcical to say the least.A Rohit surpriseMost of the players selected for the Tests and T20s against Australia and West Indies were well-deserved. However, the selection of Rohit Sharma for the Tests was a surprising sign.After failing in South Africa, Rohit was not picked for the Tests in England. Even during his off-period, Rohit did not play a single First-Class game. His statistics in Tests overseas has not really set the stage on fire. Picking a player who has not contributed at Test or First-Class arena for some time was indeed a surprise. Perhaps, in this case, the selectors have leaned on past experience. A closer look at the Test squad gives an indication that India are potentially playing seven batsmen in Australia, with one bowling all-rounder in Ravindra Jadeja. However, what is clear is that the MSK Prasad-led selection panel need a crash course in clear communication and player management. With the chopping and changing culture under the Virat Kohli-Ravi Shastri already denting the confidence of some players, a confused selection panel is the last thing Indian cricket needs. last_img read more

Indian Premier League IPL 2019 DC vs CSK: When and where to watch live action

first_imgNew Delhi: Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019, DC vs CSK, Match 5: Before the start of IPL 2019, there was an advertisement which showed Rishabh Pant was challenging his idol MS Dhoni. “Mahi bhai tayyar rehna, game dikhane aa raha hoon (Mahi bro, get ready. I am coming to show my game)”. And show it he did. Pant’s blazing 78 off 27 balls pounded three-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede stadium and the Delhi franchise, under a new name and a new jersey, started their IPL journey on a positive note. Dhoni, being the tactical genius that he is, will be aware of the danger Pant poses as Chennai Super Kings, fresh from their win over Royal Challengers Bangalore at Chepauk, get ready to play in the first game at the Feroz Shah Kotla. In the last encounter between the two sides in 2018 at the Kotla, Delhi Capitals (who were known as Delhi Daredevils at that time) got the better of Chennai Super Kings and it was through a combination of disciplined bowling and batting. Shikhar Dhawan and Colin Ingram provide stability in the batting line-up while the young brigade of Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant give the Delhi Capitals the X-factor among all the sides. When and where to watch IPL 2019 DC vs CSK match? The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 will be broadcast live on Star Sports in eight languages, including Hindi and English. The DC vs CSK match will also be live streamed at Hotstar. The match will start at 8 pm on Tuesday at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi. Complete squad: Chennai Super Kings (Playing XI): Ambati Rayudu, Shane Watson, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni(w/c), Kedar Jadhav, Ravindra Jadeja, Dwayne Bravo, Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur, Harbhajan Singh, Imran Tahir Delhi Capitals (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, Prithvi Shaw, Shreyas Iyer(c), Rishabh Pant(w), Colin Ingram, Sandeep Lamichhane, Axar Patel, Rahul Tewatia, Kagiso Rabada, Trent Boult, Ishant Sharma For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more