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India should just have 5 Test venues to keep Test cricket alive: Indian Skipper Kohli

After winning the test match against South Africa at Ranchi, Indian Skipper Virat Kohli presented his views regarding the longest form of Cricket “Test Matches”. He said that “In my opinion, we should have 5 strong Test centers. In Test cricket, teams coming into India should know that they are going to play at these five centers, these are the pitches and crowds to expect. It can’t be sporadic and spread over so many places.” Do you back Indian skipper for his views?

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Karnataka Congress leader D K Shivakumar gets bail by Delhi HC in money laundering case

Recently, the Delhi High court granted bail to Karnataka Congress leader D K Shivakumar, who was arrested under money laundering case. Shivakumar has been asked to sign a personal bond of INR 25 lakh and not to leave the country till hearing ends in the case. The former minister was under arrested by the Enforcement Directorate based on a charge-sheet filed by the Income Tax Department against him. He was accused in charge of hawala channels and tax evasion transactions of worth crores. Src:

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Tamil Nadu govt will increase half n hour time for students of 10, 11 and 12 to solve papers during board exam

Recently, KA Sengottaiyan, the Tamil Nadu School Education Minister has announced that they will increase the time limit by half an hour for students of class 10, 11 and 12 to complete their board exams. The students will get three hours to write exams and 10 minutes for reading question paper, while students of classes 11 and 12 are allocated 2.5 hours for each paper. Do you think other state government should implement this move? Src:

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IMF predicts Indian Economy to revive by 7% next fiscal year

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has predicted that the Indian Economy can be better and rebound to around 7 per cent in the next financial year, a factor that will support to boost the economy would be measured like corporate income tax cuts and monetary policy stimulus. As per official the reason for the slowdown was not because of one cause but many different causes at work including corporate and regulatory environmental uncertainties, the stresses in the non-bank financial sector, (and) stresses in the rural sector. Src:

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