New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson won the toss and elected to bat in the opening Test against Sri Lanka in Galle on Wednesday. The Kiwis return to Cricket action in the World Test Championship
An irrepressible David Warner smashed an unbeaten 335 on Saturday while Steve Smith became the fastest man to 7,000 Test runs as Australia took control of the day-night second Test against Pakistan.
Tim Southee and Matt Henry removed both England openers as New Zealand reduced the tourists to 39-2 and took control of the second Test by the close of play on the second day at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday.
The external medical services of the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company Seha has established in cooperation with the competent authorities the “Test Center for COVID-19” at Zayed Sports City in the capital Abu Dhabi.
As part of intensified efforts to combat the coronavirus, the Dubai Health Authority today announced that it has opened a drive-through COVID-19 testing centre at the Al Nasr Club for the general public.
The UAE Health Ministry conducted more than 25,573 Covid-19 tests in various regions of the country, and announced the registration of 546 new coronavirus cases. The total number of infections jumped to 15,738.
Addressing the nation on May 12 — in the backdrop of a loud demand for economic stimulus, criticism of the handling of migrants and the growing impatience of the people with corona prohibitions — Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced an economic recovery package of Rs twenty lakh crore, acknowledged the importance of rebuilding the economy bottom-up without relaxing on the aim of achieving global supremacy and reminded everybody that “self-control” should be the weapon of combat against the pandemic even when “Lockdown 4” — the name he gave to the phase beginning this week — granted all possible relaxations.
The tiny Southeast Asian nation has confirmed over 28,000 cases of the disease, one of the highest tallies in Asia, and is under lockdown until June 1. The death toll in Singapore stands at 22.
A sparkling century by Virat Kohli and Ishant Sharma’s four wickets put India on the cusp of a big win over Bangladesh on just the second day of their maiden day-night Test on Saturday.