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Tiny Bytes: Thiruvananthapuram T20 online ticket sales, IAS officer nets Rs 12.5 lakh and more

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Thiruvananthapuram T20: Online ticket sales start

Online sales of tickets for the third India-New Zealand T20 international to be played here on November 7, will commence on October 16. The sales would be through the Federal Bank portalwould close on October 29. Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) website would also carry the link, an association press release said. Read more

IAS officer nets Rs 12.5 lakh on KBC

"Are you confident? Shall we lock it?" asked Amitabh Bachchan. Sitting across him on the 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' show's hot seat was Thrissur assistant collector Vinay Goyal. Without any hesitation, Goyal said, "Please lock." There was wild cheer as the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer won a whooping Rs 12.5 lakh. Thrissur too was celebrating. Back in the city, the officer was asked what he would do with the money. Pat came the reply, "I would spend it for the benefit of students from the weaker sections of society." Read more

Amazon, Microsoft launch deep learning platform

Amazon Web Services and Microsoft have teamed up to launch an open-source and deep learning interface 'Gluon' that will help developers to deploy machine learning models across several platforms. According to a report in ZDNet, the interface would give developers a place where they can prototype, build, train and deploy machine learning models. "Today's reality is that building and training machine learning models requires a great deal of heavy lifting and specialised expertise," Swami Sivasubramanian, Vice President of Amazon AI said.

Harley Davidson rolls out new versions of 4 models in India

Do you like bikes? American cult bike maker Harley Davidson on Thursday launched updated versions of its four models in India. "Our new offerings strongly demonstrate Harley Davidson's focus on reinventing products for motorcycle enthusiasts and aspiring riders," Harley Davidson India and China MD Peter MacKenzie told reporters here. Read more

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