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Last Updated Wednesday October 18 2017 03:53 AM IST

Tiny Bytes: Kerala may get cycle lanes, Federer wins Aus Open and more

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Hi children, welcome to Tiny Bytes. Let's take a look at some of the top news for little minds:

How many of you like to cycle?  

The traffic-choked roads in Kerala may soon have dedicated bicycle and pedestrian lanes. The National Transportation Planning and Research Centre has put forth this proposal to ensure smooth flow of traffic on the roads. Read more

You guys must like magic – but how many of you know how to perform magic tricks?

Intellectually challenged, differently abled children will soon don the garb of magicians in Kerala, thanks to an innovative program drawn up by the state government. The Kerala Social Security Mission and the State Initiative on Disabilities are joining hands with Magic Academy here to formulate the unique troupe. The selected team would be given training free of cost at the Academy for four months.

UK doesn't want Trump to dine with the queen

Over 1 million people have signed a petition urging Britain to withdraw an invitation for US president Donald Trump to visit London and dine with queen Elizabeth. Read more

Federer wins Australian Open  

Roger Federer prevailed 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 after a rollercoaster ride of a 35th chapter of his rivalry with Rafa Nadal to win his fifth Australian Open. Read more

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