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Last Updated Wednesday August 16 2017 02:11 PM IST

Tiny Bytes: Cyclone Debbie, India regain Border- Gavaskar Trophy and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of the top news for little minds.

Cyclone Debbie hits Australia

Howling winds, heavy rain and huge seas pounded Australia's northeast on Tuesday, damaging homes, wrecking jetties and cutting power to thousands of people as Tropical Cyclone Debbie tore through Queensland state's far north. Read more

Fearless Girl Statue stays

On international women’s day this year, a bronze statue was put up in New York City, of a girl with her hands on her hips, staring up at the iconic Wall Street Bull statue. That new statue was meant to be up for just the month, but it’s become so popular, that it is going to stay till 2018.

India regain Border Gavaskar Trophy

Opener Lokesh Rahul and skipper Ajinkya Rahane steered India to an eight-wicket win in the fourth and final Test against Australia to secure a 2-1 series victory for the hosts at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium on Tuesday. Read more

Oldest aircraft lands in India

The oldest aircraft in the world is called the Dakota C-43, a 1940 model, used around the time of World War 2. One of these planes that lasted all these years is now attempting to fly around the globe. It has just landed in Nagpur, its 11th stop on its world tour.

That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. I hope you’ll watch out for me at 5 pm tomorrow too. Remember, it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.

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