Good morning. This Sunday, the news headlines come from Knowivate News.
This is a live sports update on a cricket match. The scorecard shows the details of the ongoing game. Faheem Ashraf is bowling for the team and Rossouw and Rizwan are batting. The batting team has scored 88 runs for the loss of one wicket. The over-wise updates of the game are provided. The latest update shows that Mohammad Rizwan has hit a single off Ashraf’s ball – Multan Sultans vs Islamabad United, PSL 2023 Live Score (The Times of India ~ NEWS – SPORTS NEWS – CRICKET NEWS)
North Korean state media released a detailed ICBM launch video. Earlier, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff had declared that North Korea had launched a ballistic missile off its east coast. Watch the full video in the linked article to know more – North Korea triggers fresh tensions, releases images of ICBM missile launch (The Economic Times News ~ English Edition – Business News›News›International›World News)
Thousands of Japanese fans bid farewell to four pandas who will be returned to China this week. Visitors came to Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo and a park in western Wakayama region to catch a last glimpse of Xiang Xiang, the zoo’s first baby panda since 1988, and Eimei, which became the world’s oldest to father a baby panda in 2020 at age 28, and his twin daughters. The black and white mammals are immensely popular around the world, and there are an estimated 1,860 giant pandas left in the wild and about 600 in captivity in panda centres, zoos, and wildlife parks around the world – Japan bids farewell to four pandas returning to China (The Times of India ~ NEWS – WORLD NEWS – REST OF WORLD NEWS)
Indian cricketer Virat Kohli has become the fastest player to complete 25,000 runs in international cricket, achieving the milestone during the second Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia in Delhi. Kohli is the sixth batter to touch the landmark – Virat Kohli completes 25,000 runs in international cricket (The Economic Times News ~ English Edition – Business News›News›Sports)
A women’s organization in Nagaland’s Phek district has set up check-gates to restrict the flow of liquor offered as an inducement to voters during the Assembly election campaign. The Chakhesang Mothers’ Association (CMA) has set up around 100 checkpoints in the Chakhesang and Pochury tribes of the district, which has five assembly constituencies with four seats in the Chakhesang area and some villages in the Meluri constituency of the Pochury tribe. The CMA’s main objective is to have a free and fair election without inducements, as the flow of liquor during elections is high and leads to physical fights, clashes, and conflicts. The CMA’s initiative is appreciated by the police, but they request that the enforcers report issues directly to them instead of taking the law into their hands. The Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition Act has been in force since 1989 – Women’s organisation sets up check gates to restrict supply of liquor during Nagaland election (The Economic Times News ~ English Edition – Business News›News›Elections›Assembly Elections›Nagaland)