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  • Super Six Cricket tourney: quarter final matches set
    Morung Express news  Kohima | March 7  8 teams entered the quarter finals of the ongoing 1st Super Six Cricket tourney at Ruzukhrie High School Ground, Kohima on March 7.  In the first match of the Quarter final, Youngsters defeated Clarions b
  • District level indigenous games in Dmp on March 27
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 7 (MExN): The District Sports Officer, Dimapur has informed that district level indigenous games will be held at the MDSC near DC Court on March 27.  The selected events are Tug of War (both men and women), Stilt Bamboo Race (men only), Greas
  • Swiss Open: Sindhu suffers crushing defeat to Marin in final
    Basel, March 7 (IANS): Reigning badminton world champion P.V. Sindhu on Sunday crashed to a 12-21, 5-21 defeat to Spanish Olympic champion and world No. 3 Carolina Marin in the final of the Swiss Open Super 300 tournament. Sindhu, who came into the final without
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    Matteo Pellicone wrestling: Punia enters 65 kg final
    Rome, March 7 (IANS): World Championship bronze medallist Bajrang Punia will take on Tulga Tumur Ochir of Mongolia in the final of the men's 65 kg freestyle event of the Matteo Pellicone World Ranking Series wrestling on Sunday. The 27-year-old Haryana wrest
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    Vijay Hazare Trophy: Delhi beat Uttarakhand by 4 wickets
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): All-round performances from captain Pradeep Sangwan and Nitish Rana and an unbeaten 95 by Anuj Rawat helped Delhi beat Uttarakhand in a one-off pre-quarter-final in the Vijay Hazare Trophy on Sunday at the Arun Jaitley Stadium. Sangwan
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    IPL to start on April 9, MI face RCB in opener
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): The 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) will start on April 9 and its final will be held on May 30, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said on Sunday. Mumbai Indians face Royal Challengers Bangalore in the first match of the se
  • Harmanpreet 5th Indian to play 100 women's ODIs
    Lucknow, March 7 (IANS) Harmanpreet Kaur on Sunday became the fifth Indian to play in 100 women's ODI matches. Harmanpreet is also the only Indian woman to make 100 appearances in ODI and T20I cricket. Harmanpreet, 31, has scored 2,412 runs in her ODI career
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    Barcelona beat Osasuna 2-0, pile pressure on Atletico
    Madrid, March 7 (IANS): FC Barcelona moved to within two points of Atletico Madrid to increase the pressure at the top of La Liga less than 24 hours before Sunday's derby between Atletico and Real Madrid, thanks to a 2-0 win away to Osasuna. Goals from
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    Bayern maintain Bundesliga lead, beat Dortmund 4-2
    Berlin, March 7 (IANS): Bayern Munich shook off a 2-0 deficit and rallied back to crush rivals Borussia Dortmund thanks to Robert Lewandowski's hat-trick in the Bundesliga. The Bavarians caught the worst possible start on home soil as Dortmund established a
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    Swiss Open: Sindhu reaches first final in 18 months
    Basel, March 7 (IANS): Badminton world champion PV Sindhu reached the final of the Swiss Open Super 300 tournament with a 22-20, 21-10 win over Denmark's Mia Blichfeldt. Sindhu will now face Spanish Olympic champion Carolina Marin in the final. This is the Olym
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    Vinesh storms to gold in Matteo Pelicone Ranking Series
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): Ace India wrestler Vinesh Phogat won her second gold medal in two weeks by storming to the 53kg title at the Matteo Pelicone Rankings Series in Rome. Vinesh, 26, beat Canada's Diana Weicker 4-0 and has thus won gold without dropping a
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    Bugatha, Sudha win New Delhi Marathon titles
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): Army's Srinu Bugatha and Asian Games gold medallist Sudha Singh won the men's and women's titles respectively of the sixth New Delhi Marathon on Sunday. Both winners, however, fell short of the qualification timings of this ye
  • Colo Mero with the men’s football champion team Chizami on March 6 at Tsupfume.
    55th SRSA meet ends
    Chizami village bags Group Championship Award Our Correspondent Kohima | March 6 The 55th Sports Meet of Secheku Range Sports Association (SRSA) concluded today at Tsupfume village under Phek district. Colo Mero, Director Life Ministries Nagaland grac
  • Players of Benreu FC (blue)  and Jalukie B Youth (A) in orange jersey seen in action during the second semifinal match of the tournament at Jalukie 'B' local ground.
    15th JVOFT: Nallong FC to face Jalukie B Youth in final
    Jalukie, March 6 (MExN): Nallong (White) FC and Jalukie B Youth (A) won their respective semi-final matches to set up a final clash at the 15th Jalukie Valley Open Football Tournament on March 8. Playing in front of the packed Jalukie 'B' local ground, N
  • 1st Super Six Cricket tournament underway in Kohima
    Morung Express news  Kohima | March 6 12 teams have qualified for second round in the ongoing 1st Super Six Cricket tournament under the theme, ‘Pursue Oneness’. The two-day tournament kicked off today at Ruzukhrie High School Ground, Kohima.&n

HEALTH

  • Multilayer masks effective to prevent aerosol generation: IISc
    Bengaluru, March 7 (IANS) As triple-layered and N95 masks offer best protection from Covid, they must be used where health officials have made it mandatory to prevent aerosol generation, according to a study by the Indian Institute of Science (IISc)on Sunday. "You are protected, bu
  • Shield yourself from Covid with three-layered masks: Experts
    New Delhi, March 6 (IANS): While buying a new face mask to protect yourself against Covid-19 infection, make sure you go for a three-layered mask as it is more effective than single or double-layered alternatives, health experts emphasised on Saturday. According to the experts, addition
  • Vision impairment linked to mortality
    New York, March 6 (IANS) People with more severe vision impairment are at a higher risk of all-cause mortality as compared to those with normal vision or mild vision impairment, says a new study. The findings indicated that the risk of mortality was 29 per cent higher for participants w
  • High life satisfaction linked to better overall health
    Toronto, March 5 (IANS) Higher life satisfaction is associated with better physical, psychological and behavioural health, say researchers. The research found that higher life satisfaction is linked to 21 positive health and well-being outcomes, including a 26 per cent reduced risk of m
  • Sputnik V could be India's 3rd Covid vax: Experts
    New Delhi, March 4 (IANS) To cater to the vaccination process of the world's largest democracy, it would be pertinent to bring in safer and more effective vaccines from other countries. However, on February 24, India's drug authority had asked Dr Reddy's, the Indian pharmace

FEATURED NEWS

  • Why tea garden workers are crucial in Bengal, Assam polls?
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS) Tea garden workers are set to play a decisive role in many constituencies in the Assembly elections in West Bengal and Assam. Keeping this in mind, all the parties including Bharatiya Janata Party and Congress, are trying to lure them. Recently, Congress Genera
  • Floods had major share in disasters in 50 yrs: Top meteorologists
    New Delhi, March 7 (IANS): Floods had a major share in disaster events in India, being responsible for the death of over 65,143 people in the last 50 years. This was especially so in 2019 when an abnormal increase in extreme weather events was experienced, according to a recent study publi
  • Christie's Announces Global Sustainability Initiative
    New Delhi, March 6 (IANSlife) Christie's confirmed its commitment to more sustainable operations, pledging to be net zero by 2030. The company is committing to a 50 per cent reduction in its carbon emissions, achieving 90 per cent diversion from landfill for its waste and providing all
  • Can probiotics help improve nutrient absorption in the malnourished?
    New Delhi, March 6 (IANSlife) Living in a country like India which is home to one fifth of the world's population, one cannot help but worry about the state of health and nutrition in the country. According to data on nutrition, despite economic growth during the last few years in Indi
  • 'Banks need to drastically re-skill, reform for new normal'
    New Delhi, March 4 (IANS) To hire the skilled or to re-skill? This is one of the crucial questions the banking industry prepares for in the 'new normal' in a post-pandemic world. However, as the need for skills evolves, hiring cannot alone close the gap fast enough. Not only is

LIFE AND STYLE

  • Saluting all women
    New Delhi, March 6 (IANSlife) In celebration of International Women's Day, DLF Promenade, salutes all women with the launch of its latest campaign. Titled #NotJustAnotHER wishes to celebrate every woman out there and cherish her inspiring story. The brand aims to create a safe platform
  • Alankrita Shrivastava: Only male heroes propagated in our industry
    Mumbai, March 5 (IANS) Filmmaker Alankrita Shrivastava, whose web series Bombay Begums will soon be streamed, says that making women-oriented films is not easy in Bollywood. Right from shooting to distribution, it is tough to get the appropriate budgets and provisions. "Budget prob
  • 1 in 4 people likely to have hearing problems by 2050
    Geneva, March 3 (IANS) Nearly 2.5 billion people worldwide, or one in four people, may be living with some degree of hearing loss by 2050, and at least 700 million of them will require access to ear and hearing care and other rehabilitation services unless action is taken, the World Health
  • More screen time linked to binge eating in kids
    New York, March 2 (IANS) Children who spend a lot of time on social media platforms or watching TV at ages 9-10 are more likely to develop binge-eating disorder one year later, new research has found. The study, published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders, found that each
  • Meditation for happiness, peace goes up as one ages: Survey
    New Delhi, March 2 (IANSlife): What makes Indians meditate? According to a recent survey by meditation and mindfulness app ThinkRight.me, it is the pursuit of happiness, peace, and personal growth that keeps most Indians going in the meditatation sphere. Spanning 1,000 individuals betwe