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Tiny Bytes: Kenya presidential election, no compulsory yoga in schools, Jadeja becomes no 1 all rounder and more

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

Kenyans vote for president in tight, tense elections

The country Kenya, in Africa, is having its general elections. People are out in queues to vote for their next choice of president. The top two contenders for the race are the current president Uhuru Kenyatta, and his long time rival Raila Odinga.

SC says no to compulsory yoga

The Supreme Court of India has refused to make Yoga compulsory in schools across the nation. The SC judgest say it is none of their business and they will not interfere with what is taught in schools. Click here to read more

Chantek, the orangutan who used sign language dies

Chantek, an orangutan in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA, who was one of the first and one of the only few apes to learn sign language, has died at the age of 39.

Ravindra Jadeja becomes No 1 Test all rounder

The International Cricket Council, the ICC, is out with its latest rankings. Indian cricketer, Ravindra Jadeja, has become the top ranked all rounder in Tests for the first time. Click here to read more

Kerala HC lifts Sreesanth's ban

The HC on Monday lifted the BCCI ban imposed on cricketer Sreesanth in the wake of the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal. Click here to read more

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

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