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Ranji Trophy: Kerala seal historic quarterfinal berth
Lahli (Haryana): Kerala outplayed Haryana by an innings and 8 runs to enter the Ranji Trophy quarterfinals for the first time here on Tuesday. Kerala shot out the hosts for 173 in their second innings to earn seven points, which included a bonus point for the innings win.
Kerala, led by Sachin Baby and coached by Australian Dav Whatmore, won five out of their six matches in the seven-team Group B to book their place in the last-eight stage of the country's premier domestic competition. They ended up second with 31 points behind defending champions Gujarat (34). Click here for the full story
Swapna James from Palakkad bags Karshakasree Award
Swapna James from Palakkad has won the Malayala Manorama 'Karshakasree Award' for 2018. The award, presented to the most outstanding farmer of the state, carries a cash award of Rs 3,00,000, a gold medallion and a citation. She won the prestigious award for the efficient use of land, natural resources and organic fertilizers. Click here for the full story
Net neutrality: TRAI against discrimination of content
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Tuesday proposed restrictions on service providers from entering into agreements which lead to discriminatory treatment of content on the Internet. Issuing the recommendations on net neutrality, TRAI has also suggested a multi-stakeholder body comprising telecom and Internet service providers, content providers, civil society organization and consumer representatives for monitoring and investigating violations. Click here to know more
Ivanka Trump arrives in India to attend GES 2017
Ivanka Trump, the advisor and daughter of US president Donald Trump, arrived here Tuesday to attend the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). She will participate in the inaugural session of the GES this afternoon and also speak in a session tomorrow. Prime minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the GES Tuesday. Click here for the full story
That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. I hope you’ll watch out for me tomorrow again at 5 pm. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.