Old is gold: Chis Gayle, Harbhajan Singh star in first round of IPL 2019

first_imgOther Galleries 4 images Sat, 12 Oct, 2019 Free Fire India Today League: Team Nawabzade win final and Rs 8.5 Lakh 4 images Thu, 10 Oct, 2019 IND vs SA, 2nd Test: Mayank Agarwal hundred put India on top on Day 1Other Photogallery CategoriesIndiaMoviesLifestyleTelevisionAdd new comment Your name * E-mail * The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Comment *More information about text formatsPlain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.647×363: 483×271: 370×208: 170×96: 88×50: Section: PhotoSportsIPL 2019Gallery Image: Image: Credit/Source: IPL PhotoCaption: Chris Gayle of KXIP won the man-of-the-match award sa he lead with a 47-ball 79 against Rajasthan RoyalsSyndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: IPL PhotoCaption: Harbhajan Singh won the man-of-the-match award after dismissing Virat Kohli, Moeen Ali and AB de VilliersSyndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: IPL PhotoCaption: Imran Tahir also picked up 3 wickets in CSK’s opening match against Royal Challengers BangaloreSyndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Image: Credit/Source: IPL PhotoCaption: Yuvraj Singh starred for Mumbai Indians and scored a 35-ball 53 against his former team DelhiSyndication: SyndicationThumb Image: Enable: EnableOrder: 0Tags: Chris GayleHarbhajan SinghImran TahirYuvraj SinghIPL 2019Source type: photogallerySocial media integration: Facebook Instant ArticleShort description: Harbhajan Singh (38), Yuvraj Singh (37), Chris Gayle (39) and Imran Tahir (39) have been the star performers for their teams in the 2019 Indian Premier League so farSyndicate: YesPreview_unique_id: preview_5c9a30d4822e71553608916_1487047_editCommentContent Publish date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 – 19:30Story Extra Data: eyJzZWN0aW9uIjpbIjEyMDg1MjEiLCIxMjA2NTUwIl0sImNhdGVnb3J5IjpbIjE4MDQwNTIiXSwic3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX2NhdGVnb3J5IjpudWxsLCJzdWJfc3ViX3N1Yl9jYXRlZ29yeSI6bnVsbCwicHJpbWFyeV9jYXRlZ29yeSI6IjEyMDY1NTAifQ==770×433: Short Headline: Old is gold: Chis Gayle, Harbhajan Singh star in first round of IPL 2019App headline: Old is gold: Chis Gayle, Harbhajan Singh star in first round of IPL 2019last_img read more

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On International Day UN forecasts 14 million people made homeless each year

“This is an important baseline against which we can measure progress in reducing disaster risk. The findings underline the challenge we have, to reduce the numbers of people affected by disasters,” said Robert Glasser, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Disaster Risk Reduction. “Apart from death or severe injury in a disaster event, there is no more crushing blow than the loss of the family home which is often a place of work in many of the countries worst affected,” he added. The numbers of internally displaced people, refugees and migrants are at an all-time high. Besides conflict, disasters trigger a significant percentage of such movements. Unless disaster risk is managed better, homelessness among people in the world’s most disaster-prone countries is predicted to continue rising. The study, covering 204 countries and territories, shows that eight of the 10 countries with the highest risk of future displacement and loss of housing are in South and Southeast Asia. In India, 2.3 million people face such risk, followed by China at 1.3 million; Bangladesh at 1.2 million; Vietnam at 1 million; the Philippines at 720,000; Myanmar at 570,000; Pakistan at 460,000; Indonesia at 380,000; Russia at 250,000; and the United States at 230,000. INTERVIEW: Few global issues as urgent as tackling climate and disaster risks – Robert GlasserThe study was conducted by the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre of the Norwegian Refugee Council and the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), using probabilistic risk models for disasters, developed by UNISDR, which have been used to calculate estimates of future economic losses from a range of natural hazards. This is the first time that these techniques have been applied to forecast potential average numbers of people made homeless over long periods of time. Slow on-set disasters attributed to drought and sea-level rise are not included. “The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction adopted by UN Member States two years ago has a key target for a substantial reduction in the numbers of people affected by disasters by 2030 and these findings should spur efforts to improve land zoning and the quality of buildings especially in seismic zones and on land exposed to storms and floods.” Mr. Glasser said. read more

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