"Yet it was weird to hear India captain Kohli whingeing about the size of the boundaries at the post- match presentation ceremony. I have never heard such a bizarre complaint after a match. It's actually the worst complaint you could ever make. Both teams have to bat out there, and get the same number of balls, so how can the playing area's dimensions be an advantage to one team or the other?," he further wrote. … [Read more...] about Stokes opens up about what went wrong with India’s 2019 World Cup campaign
Activity 5 what went wrong answer
“I live on my own and have been finding it difficult. Having no visitors – and no prospect of that – is hard,” agrees Alison Smith, 59, who has chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. “I feel like the older and high-risk amongst us are being sacrificed to get the economy going again but I actually feel more sorry for those being forced to work,” Smith says. “I used to commute on the London underground and the thought of having to do that now makes me shudder. I’m tired and also very, very angry.” … [Read more...] about ‘I had an active life’: How are shielders surviving lockdown?
Though the Department of School Education, while releasing the Plus Two board examination schedule immediately after the re-opening of the school for the academic year 2019-2020, had announced that the results would be declared on April 24, the plans went awry due COVID – 19 outbreak. … [Read more...] about Plus Two answer paper evaluation begins today
"But this manufacturer having a hold on these drivers is certainly something that is a negative when you are not with that certain manufacturer, and you want to have a five, or 10-year view on whether you can have the driver or not.” … [Read more...] about McLaren: Ocon’s Mercedes ties were “a tick in the wrong box”
Intuitively we know that influential people in the public eye can have a profound impact on the behaviour of others. Understanding all this is the domain of game theory, which shows us that when each person simply chooses what seems best for them, the outcome can be terrible for the group. Ironically, Cummings himself has written extensively on this theory. Game theory has been central to the work of many Nobel prize-winners in economics, and it is now widely recognised as important in subjects ranging from evolution to public health, most notably in studying the voluntary uptake of vaccines. This is particularly relevant given the number of “anti-vaxxers” resisting the possibility of being vaccinated against Covid-19. … [Read more...] about How has Cummings harmed the fight against coronavirus? Here’s the scientific answer
Prediction: By now you're sensing a theme here, and it's one I don't see reality disproving. That would be the fact each of the NFC West matchups for the Rams have ended in a 1-1 tie, and this game will be no different. Murray and Co. had their way with Los Angeles in the first bout, but now it's back to SoFi for some McVay-fueled vengeance. At this point, and with their playoff hopes likely on the line, the Rams know they can't afford to lose the season finale -- which would bookend the year the same way they began it. That being the case, they'll dig deep to contain the Cardinals offense this time around, and figure out how to contain Chandler Jones, although the latter might also require some prayer. … [Read more...] about Rams’ 2020 schedule: Predicting every game, week-by-week odds, matchups, projections