We will know core of team for World Cup in five months: MSK Prasad

We will know core of team for World Cup in five months: MSK Prasad

We will know core of team for World Cup in five months: MSK Prasad

Pallekele: Head coach MSK Prasad said on Monday that the heart of the Indian team for the 2019 World Cup will be determined in the next four or five months thanks to a rotation policy.

Pacers Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav and Ravichandran reinforcement channels Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja has rested during the next series against Sri Lanka and the rotation was precisely the reason for the decision.

“We have identified a number of players that will be considered for the next 4-5 months and the roderons.

After these 4 to 5 months, we lend the image are some players who will participate in the 2019 World Cup, “said Prasad after India had completed a series wash.

“We have started this process of rotation and rest to our key players, so we will see how some of these young people in the coming months, and that we will call at the end of the year,” Prasad said.
Prasad also announced that starter KL Rahul fourth time in the upcoming ODI series.

“We have 22 to 24-25 players in mind.We will rotate them and see how they are progressing.After some time, we will continue to make a short list so that we can focus on them for at least eight months to a previous year To the World Cup, “Prasad said.

“We will be dealing with KL Rahul in number 4. He is a very good player to sit in. Because Shikhar and Rohit are in very good shape, that’s what we saw in the Champions Trophy, we’ll start with KL in this particular order.

These are different permutations and combinations that we will continue to try until the end of this year and that boils down to a particular model and we will continue with it, “he added.

Prasad has no reason to know whether Indian players have to improve their fitness standards, otherwise they will not be considered as selected. Chief selector presented marker for 2019, which describes a new selection policy based on fitness.

“If I put my hand to the heart and say after the Champions Trophy, we felt we had to be stronger and stronger, we felt it necessary to increase our fitness levels.

We try to correct some fitness parameters and anyone who strictly respect these parameters.

“We have two or three phases in the parameters that lead to the 2019 World Cup and if someone does not match these parameters, it will not be considered independently of anyone,” Prasad said.

“In terms of abilities, we are the number one in the world, but in terms of fitness, we must meet our standards.Players seated selectors and set some parameters as reference.It is the physical parameter condition, c is the body of the texture , etc.

“You will get an official version on this because it is the BCCI, which has to give.But set these parameters.They have to match them.

Today, the world has adopted these standards. Even Pakistan has certain parameters. Even though we are slow, I’m sure it will definitely catch up. “

Yuvraj Singh no more India's limited-overs talisman?

Yuvraj Singh no more India’s limited-overs talisman?

Yuvraj Singh no more India’s limited-overs talisman?

Is this the end of the road for Yuvraj Singh? The good left-hand bat was retired from the India team during the limited tour of Sri Lanka and who knows if the 35-year-old will make another round of the team?

The decision of the selectors that reflects their mentality with less than two years for the 2019 World Cup? Maybe it is if one reads between the lines of what the experts feel.

“Yuvi is a fighter, but I think I’m going to go to the 2019 World Cup, which is more to do with his physical form rather than just the way it looks. There is a difference between physical condition 20 50 and physical form “Said Saba Karim. A national selector on the last panel, according to the PTI news agency.

“It was our panel, which got Yuvraj in 2015 for Australia T20.At that time, we were watching the World T20 in India and the Yuvraj experience.But now it’s different.

I think Manish (Pandey) is a great talent and should have enough opportunities, “said the former Indian Stumper.

“We have a little more than half a year for the World Cup, the central team needs at least 40 games, and Manish has been a very good captain in India, and he is perhaps one of the best players in the India up, “Karim said.

In addition, the selectors could also balance the main team before the World Cup. Most of the key players on the side would look good in their thirties when the brand event will start in England and the Yuvraj exercise has been a concern for some time.

Virat Kohli will be nearly 31 years old, Rohit Sharma turns 32, Shikhar Dhawan 33, Kedar Jadhav 34, Ravichandran Ashwin 32, Ravindra Jadeja 30, Umesh Yadav 31 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be over 38 years.

Can you afford to bring a player who would have a month over 37 years?
Yuvraj has been recalled for the Indian team for the series against Australia T20I with an eye on the World T20.

But an injury forced him to leave his side before being pulled back while Kohli took over the ODI and T20 teams.

A sensational 150 against England and win half a century against Pakistan (in the Champions Trophy) showed the world its true class.

One of India’s biggest game winners in shorter formats, Yuvraj announced his arrival with a brutal against Australian world champion Australia in his first international innings.

Since it was the talisman of India win the T20 ianugural World and the 2011 World Cup with spectacular shows.

Yuvraj has fought heroically cancer, but was not the same player after the battle against the dreaded disease.

There are still no clear words about the selectors about what the future holds for Yuvraj, but if it is not part of their plans, it seems unlikely to make another turn.

“Unless the selectors are going to come out with a definitive statement on Yuvraj, do not know exactly their policy. That said, you can not have two 38-year-olds in the World Cup.

India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Hardik Pandya's fireworks, Kusal Mendis' run-out and other key moments

India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Hardik Pandya’s fireworks, Kusal Mendis’ run-out and other key moments

India vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Hardik Pandya’s fireworks, Kusal Mendis’ run-out and other key moments

India beat Sri Lanka in turns and 171 runs to complete a time of 3-0 series, their first home run in a series consisting of three or more games.

Shikhar Dhawan and Hardik Pandya shone with the bat before Kuldeep Yadav was impressed during his first game of the series with four windows in the first innings as the hosts were expelled by 135.

Virat Kohli has applied tracking the hosts, but the lions collapse again with Ravichandran Ashwin grabbing four windows as India fired the hosts by 181.

As another test match became a one-sided contest, there were some key moments that shaped the outcome of the game. Take a look at the key turning points of the game:

Hardik Pandya gestures after running his first-century first-class on day 2 of the third test against Sri Lanka. AP
Hardik Pandya gestures after running his first-century first-class on day 2 of the third test against Sri Lanka. AP
KL Rahul fell

India started well with Rahul Dhawan and fly freely. The duo sewn an association of 186 people who sat the bases of the first total Indian total entries of 487.

Sri Lanka was loose enough on the floor of the series and was guilty of giving easy runs. Rahul was granted a suspension in 11th place, dropping when he was at point 2.

Rahul played a wild shot and the ball is out of the bottom half of the bat, where Lahiru Kumara went wrong. The Karnataka hitter capitalized on the error and scored 85 runs in the first innings.

Sri Lanka letting the lead slip on day 2

Sri Lanka was willing to restrict India to 329 for six at the end of the first day. The hosts beat up at regular intervals after the layoffs and Rahul Dhawan and were very well looked after.

The hosts had taken the new ball for 1 day, with Wriddhiman Saha and Hardik Pandya in the fold of India, and it seemed that the hosts would have difficulty crossing 400 after Saha fell on the second day 2.

However, Sri Lanka has failed to get the last three windows quickly while Kuldeep and Pandya played the first few laps to destabilize the hosts before Hardik is released with what can be described as one of the most impressive test games of the last time.

The whirlwind of Hardik Pandya

When the Indian team was announced for the tour of Sri Lanka, many people were surprised to see the inclusion of Pandya. While the ATV was lethal in the shortest game formats, it was still an untested product in the test cricket.

But at age 23, he justified his inclusion with a fifty in the first test in Galle. He followed with a 100 without mercy in this test.

With Shami and Umesh giving to their company, everyone realized the need to score some quick races and beat eight 4s and 6s seven to catapult India to the total imposition of 487.

India Create History, Complete 1st 3-Test Series Whitewash Away From Home

India Create History, Complete 1st 3-Test Series Whitewash Away From Home

India Create History, Complete 1st 3-Test Series Whitewash Away From Home

Ravinchandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami have helped India score a victory over Sri Lanka in the third round at Pallekele to complete a series of washing their neighbors on the third day of the third final round on Monday.

Ashwin finished with 4/68 while Shami finished 3/32 in the second set. India had won the series in Colombo when they took a 2-0 lead after winning the first test in Galle.

This victory was the historic series of India, as it was their first sweep of three series of tests out of the country.
Sri Lanka was sacked by 181 on his second rides after only getting a small number of 135 in his first part in India, maneuvering and winning 171 races.

Centuries Shikhar Dhawan and Hardik Pandya have helped India send 487 in the first innings.
None of the three parties lasted five days, the last being the shortest, lasting only two and a half days.

With the resumption of Sri Lanka on the 19th for one after supervision and against a deficit of 352, the end result was an unconscious conclusion.

The hosts were finally grouped by 181 in 74.3 overs in their second innings just before tea on the third day to deliver visitors a first row flat table on the foreign soil.

The duo of Umesh Yadav (2/21) and Shami provided India’s first breakthrough before spinners Kuldeep Yadav (1-56) and Ashwin (4/68) will make further inroads.

Shami was very impressive as he finished with rhythm and accuracy, chasing his projection in the first innings when he hit twice.

With Sri Lanka battling 82 for four at lunch, it became apparent that the game would not be extended to the fourth day, providing an additional day of rest for the Indian team ahead of the ODI series in five Sunday games.

After lunch, Dinesh Chandimal (36) and Angelo Mathews (35) took their fifth collaboration with 65 races. His position was the slightest resistance to the Indians’ attack this third day, and this has helped to delay the procedure a bit, as the duo brought 100 from Lanka 49a.

Kuldeep got the lead when Chandimal was taken in the short 51st leg. Three later, it became a double hit when Ashwin trapped Mathews underweight at birth to put an end to any hope of a stronger beating Lanka.

Niroshan Dickwella (41) played aggressive shots but windows continued to fall regularly at the other end. Dilruwan Perera

(8) was taken by Ashwin in midwicket, as in the first possibility and Mohammed Shami (3-32) had Lakshan Sandakan (8) trapped. Ajinkya Rahane had a strong influence repacking Dickwella to dismiss Yadav in the 70th place.

Shortly thereafter, Ashwin has moved Lahiru Kumara (10) to complete a full series of wins for the world number one.

In the morning session, Shami launched a fire-opening spell when the operator Ashwin Dimuth Karunaratne (16) retires at the other end.

Why your unnecessary stress causes you to sense danger

Why your unnecessary stress causes you to sense danger

Why your unnecessary stress causes you to sense danger

Washington: Are you stressed? Relax and stay calm because a recent study revealed that stress makes people in situations of harmless senser danger.

It is believed that humans have learned to identify situations dangerous to self-defense, but certain circumstances may cause errors in identifying these indices.

The results showed that when older memories are related to stress, people may perceive danger in innocuous circumstances and repeated effort, trauma can cause an increased risk of PTSD.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which affects about 8 million adults each year, is a condition characterized by an inability to discriminate against the security threat.

“These findings provide important laboratory data that help explain why PTSD symptoms are often aggravated in times of stress and how stress and repeated trauma on the battlefield can lead to an increased risk of post-traumatic stress disorder “Said suzannah said Creech, Dell Medical School.

Faculty of Medicine of Dell Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, New York University and McGill University, illuminate widespread fear, an essential element of anxiety and stress related disorders.

Lead study author Joseph Dunsmoor said that the human mind uses clues to defend itself over time to defend itself, but certain circumstances can cause people to misidentify these indices.

Dunsmoor added, “Our research shows that stress levels and the amount of time that an adverse event promote this type of overgeneration.

Research can help improve the results of post-traumatic stress disorder treatment for veterans, in part, by helping us understand how we can avoid it in the first place.

The researchers tested the effects of stress and time on a person’s ability to correctly identify a signal associated with a negative result.

Participants heard two tones with a later impact, set by the participant in the “very annoying but not painful.”

The researchers then played the tones in the range of the two frequencies and evaluated participants’ expectations for shock by self-reports and data on skin responses indicating emotional emotion.

One group took the shock awaiting the test immediately after the initial shock. The second group was tested 24 hours after the initial discharge. Both groups were subjected to stress-priming activity / control just before the impact hope test.

This study provides new data that will help us treat people with public disturbance out of fear and worry. The research appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

UN declares Somalia free of polio

UN declares Somalia free of polio

UN declares Somalia free of polio

MOGADISCIO: The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) said on Sunday it had reported no cases of poliomyelitis in Somalia over the past three years, indicating that poliomyelitis was free.

The WHO has said that the country recorded the last case of poliomyelitis in 2014 in the central part of the country, but has since been free of the paralyzing disease.

The UN health agency, however, warned that Somalia remains vulnerable, calling for a continuous vaccination campaign, Xinhua reported.

The WHO chief of the Eastern Mediterranean, covering Somalia, Mohamed Fiqi said that massive vaccination campaigns and the commitment of government and international actors had ensured that the polio virus did not breed in the Horn of Africa country.

“As the world moves closer to eradicating polio, watching over countries that are at high risk of importing polio such as Somalia has a higher priority than ever before,” Fiqi said.

“As we move forward, polio-fighting in Somalia program must continue to work to maintain and improve the level of immunity of the population against polio through services and infrastructure of the vaccination campaign and construction directed immunization Routine, “Fiqi said.

The WHO statement keeps Somalia out of the last group of countries that still report polio cases in the world.

Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan are the remaining countries where polio is still recorded. The head of the WHO warned that Somalia risk of importing the virus in these countries.

Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaka welcomed efforts to rid his country of polio disease, he said, he has suffered many children.

“No cases have been found in the last three years and no children were affected by this disease. Many of our children have had polio for many years.

“The eradication of poliomyelitis has been a great success and it was the collective effort and commitment of many men and women who sacrificed their young lives,” Farmaajo said.

The three-year celebration without poliomyelitis comes amid the worst outbreak of measles the country has seen in years.

Somalia always respond to an outbreak of watery diarrhea / cholera started in January 2017. Polio systems and networks are used in both procedures.

“The polio infrastructure was critical to coping with these other serious epidemics,” Fikri said.

Women's Health: Foods That Can Help Keep Depression at Bay

Women’s Health: Foods That Can Help Keep Depression at Bay

Women’s Health: Foods That Can Help Keep Depression at Bay

Women today lead a multitasking life. There are many things to deal with at work and at home, bringing a toll on your health and well-being.

According to research from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the United States, women who earn more than their partners are more likely to experience depressive symptoms.

The psychological well-being of mothers and fathers can suffer when work and family identity – and the financial support they provide – conflict with traditional gender roles.
Researchers found that when women’s wages increased to offset most of their family’s income, these women reported many symptoms of depression.

Researchers Karen Kramer and Sunjin Pak also found an opposite effect in men: psychological well-being parents have improved over time when they became the main income for their families.

Research was performed on more than 1463 men and 1799 women, and the majority was born between 1957 and 1965. The psychological well-being of participants was measured in 1991 and 1994 using a seven-point scale that assessed their levels of depressive symptoms .

The results suggest that although the psychological well-being of women was not affected by the release of the workforce to become mothers who stay at home, men’s mental health was rejected when they stayed at home to care to the kids.

“We observed a statistically significant and substantial difference in depressive symptoms in the men and women in our study,” Kramer said.

There are natural remedies that can help cure various symptoms of depression –

1. Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is said to relieve the stress and anxiety that are both the symptoms of depression. Contains active compounds like steroid lactones, saponins, alkaloids and ananolis provide antidepressants and anti-inflammatories. It also helps to restore normal physiological functioning.

2. Brahmi

Brahmi is a small evergreen that has a long curing reputation.

Brahmi plays an adapter role which means it helps the body adapt to new or stressful situations. It also increases brain serotonin levels that keep the mind calm.

3. jatamasi

Jatamasi or tuberose is a perennial plant that helps in the treatment of insomnia and other sleep disorders. It is known for its anti-fatigue and anti-stress properties. Jatamasi can also erase negative thoughts by channeling the energies of the mind in the right direction.

4. Pudina

Mint or Pudina has been used to cure nervous system disorders due to the presence of menthol as it helps soothe your tired nerves and yet provides a cooling effect.

Menthol also contributes to the treatment of insomnia, keeping your mind calm and allows you to sleep in peace.

Swine flu now perennial threat

Swine flu now perennial threat

Swine flu now perennial threat

The H1N1 swine flu has mutated again, and now that the disease is no longer seasonal, experts have confirmed. The new strain, called Michigan, was discovered in India earlier this year. There has been the strain of California disease since 2009.

This year to date, 15,121 people in the country and 928 in the country’s capital have been plagued by the disease, which claimed 736 lives.

In a telephone interview with DNA, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Director General of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), confirmed that the virus has mutated and affect people throughout the year.

“I can confirm that the swine flu has mutated again and is no longer a seasonal disease. The biggest problem with the swine flu virus is its tendency to mutate.

It is the survival mechanism of the virus to escape the human immune system and overcome the antibodies created by a human body.

Therefore, medications and treatments are not sustainable and need to be updated almost every year, “said Dr. Swaminathan.

Taking into account the recent changes, the government has now changed the category of swine flu drugs annexed “X” in Annex H1, which means that the drug will now be available from a registered pharmacist and can be purchased with a prescription.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain and Dr. Swaminathan confirmed that the drug supply is sufficient to deal with any possible scenario.

Earlier, the virus attacked mostly in the winters. The World Health Organization (WHO) has switched vaccines separately for the northern and southern hemispheres.

But in India, because of its position along the equator and after recent changes, the two types of vaccines are available at different times.

“Available vaccines internationally contain three inactivated viral strains whose composition is reviewed every six months to ensure protection against the predominant strains in each flu season. The composition of the vaccine is adjusted for the hemisphere to be used.

Therefore, a vaccine available in one hemisphere may offer partial protection against infection in the other hemisphere, “the WHO website.

Originally recorded in 2009 in Mexico, the disease was declared a pandemic by the WHO in 2010. India has already witnessed 42,592 cases and 3,000 deaths in the end if 3000 as registered. The number of dead has surpassed the 4,000.

“Most of those who died were children, the elderly, pregnant women or people with chronic lung disease. I recommend at least the vulnerable population, especially health workers, to take these vaccines to prevent the infection from spreading further More, “said Dr. Swaminathan.

Handful of almonds a day boosts 'good' cholesterol that protects against heart disease

Handful of almonds a day boosts ‘good’ cholesterol that protects against heart disease

Handful of almonds a day boosts ‘good’ cholesterol that protects against heart disease

The researchers compared cholesterol levels in 48 people aged 30 to 65 years with high levels of “bad” or LDL cholesterol in two six-week periods.

Study participants were the identical regimens throughout the trial period, plus some received 43g whole unsalted almonds with skin and another banana butter butter eating every day.

Blood samples were taken to determine participants’ cholesterol levels at baseline and after six weeks.

Increases good cholesterol by 19%
The results reveal that eating a handful of almonds a day significantly improves the good cholesterol people.
The union to the nut increases the amount of 19 percent substance protector.

Almonds also improve the function of 6.4 percent cholesterol, resulting in the removal of more plaque in the arteries.

The results were published in the Journal of Nutrition.
“A great addition to a healthy diet”
Professor Penny Kris-Etherton said: “HDL is very small when put into circulation.

It is like a garbage bag that is becoming more and more spherical because it brings the cells and tissues to cholesterol before they are placed in the liver to be analyzed.

“We were able to show that there were larger particles in response to almond consumption compared to non-consumed almonds.

“This would give rise to smaller particles doing what they are supposed to do.

“They go to the tissues and eliminate cholesterol, be bigger and bring cholesterol to the liver to remove the body.”

Previous research shows an increase in good cholesterol reduces the risk of heart disease to a person.
Almonds also increase overall health by being a good source of healthy fats, vitamin E and fiber.

Professor Kris-Etherton added: “If people incorporate almonds into their diet, they should expect various benefits, including those that can improve heart health.

“They are not a cure, but when consumed in moderation – especially when eaten instead of a food of lower nutritional value – they are a great addition to a healthy diet already.”

Humans likely to blame for record temperatures

Humans likely to blame for record temperatures

Humans likely to blame for record temperatures

The fact that climate change is caused by man or not is a topic of debate. However, a new study shows that it is very unlikely that 2014, 2015 and 2016 were the hottest years recorded consecutively without the influence of climate change caused by man.

Temperature records were interrupted for the first time in 2014, while this year has become the warmest year since there are global temperature records began in 1880. These temperatures were exceeded in 2015 and 2016, made last year the year The hottest time in history.

In 2016, the average mean temperature in terrestrial and marine areas was 0.94 C above the average of 13.9 c of the 20th century.

By combining the temperature of historical data and simulations of climate models at the forefront of technology, the new study found that the likelihood of experiencing consecutive recurrent global temperatures from 2014 to 2016 without the effects of climate change caused by the Man does not exceed 0.03% and the probability that three consecutive years of record every time they occur 2000 does not exceed 0.7%.

When considering anthropogenic warming, the probability of three consecutive years of record occurring at any time since 2000 is 50%.

This means that climate change caused by humans is very likely to be the culprit of three consecutive record, the study accepted for publication in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, a journal of the American Geophysical Union.

Greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide and methane accumulate in the atmosphere and trap heat that would otherwise escape into space. Excess greenhouse gases from industrial activities such as burning fossil fuels, can trap additional heat into the atmosphere, causing Earth temperatures to rise.

The average surface temperature of the planet has increased by about 1.1 ° C since the late 19th century and the last 35 years have seen a majority of the warming, with 16 of the 17 warmest years recorded since 2001, according to NASA.

Scientists are now trying to characterize the relationship between annual record temperatures record and global warming caused by man.

In response to a three-year duration, the authors of the new study have estimated the likelihood of observing a three-year tendency to record temperatures as annual global temperature records began in the late 19th century and the probability Since The year 2000 saw most of the warming.

The new study considered each year is not independent of those who preceded it and then, contrary to previous estimates assumes that the individual years are statistically independent of each other.

There are natural and human events that trigger temperature changes come together, such as weather patterns like El Nino, solar cycle and volcanoes, according to Michael Mann, a climate of Pennsylvania State University scientific in State College, Pennsylvania, And lead author.