“Need to have an atmosphere where people can chill out, just chill out

Rohit Sharma gave head coach Rahul Dravid credit for bringing a “sense of relaxation” to the Indian dressing room. The newly promoted white ball skipper thinks it’s crucial to keep the team atmosphere light and cheerful where people can sometimes ‘relax’ in a demanding sport like cricket. Rohit Sharma’s remarks …

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Do not be in a hurry, if you are visiting Pachmarhi

If you are nature lover and want to explore more to satisfy your hunger, you must visit Panchmarhi in Madhya Pradesh. It is a hill station 195 km from Bhopal airport and 47 km from Pipariya station. It reports to the administration of the Pachmarhi Cantonment Council, Indian Army. As …

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Foothill’s basketball outshines rival Tustin in showdown with ‘good atmosphere’ – Orange County Register

SANTA ANA >> Cruz Billings had 25 points to lead the Foothill boys’ basketball team to a 57-50 victory over rival Tustin in front of a large crowd at Foothill High. Foothill (9-0) led by just one point early in the fourth quarter, but Billings’ 13 points in the frame …

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USGS raises volcanic alert level

View of the Davidof volcano captured in 2005. Image: CA Neal / AVO / USGS Due to the possibility of volcanic unrest, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and its Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) have increased the warning level and color code to YELLOW / ADVISORY at Davidof Volcano in …

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Tom’s dreaming agri-hub | Noosa today

By Phil Jarratt Councilor Tom Wegener has been a dreamer his entire life, but sometimes he dreams so big he can barely contain himself. For 18 months, he has dreamed big of turnips and men in white coats, Olympic athletes and coaches in restaurants that ask only for Noosa products. …

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The atmospheric river is increasing in intensity in the Pacific; “Several waves of heavy snowfall” forecast in Sierra – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – An atmospheric, intensifying river in the Pacific moved closer and closer to the northern California coast on Thursday, bringing with it the promise of much-needed rain showers starting on Sunday and continuing next week. This is good news for a region still plagued by severe …

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Earthquake swarms continue off the Pacific and Caribbean northwest coast; No tsunami threat yet

Earthquakes continue to rock the Pacific Northwest Coast and the Eastern Caribbean today. Image: Weatherboy Earthquake swarms continue just off the Pacific Northwest coast of the United States and the eastern Caribbean. Although some earthquakes have been moderate, there is currently no threat of a tsunami. Scientists explore the cause …

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End of the world: MIT scientist says we are on the verge of mass extinction | Sciences | New

At least five mass extinctions have occurred in the past, caused by cosmic and natural phenomena. Scientists estimate that up to 99.9% of all life, plant and animal, has been wiped out. The most recent extinction, the so-called Cretaceous-Tertiary Extinction, occurred around 66 million years ago when a killer asteroid …

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Anxiety as earthquakes persist in Abuja, Saki and others | The Guardian Nigeria News

• Researchers predict 40% probability of a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Nigeria by 2028, seek to better understand active regional tectonics Episodes of earthquakes in and around Abuja, Niger, Kaduna, Kwara, Saki in Oyo and Ile Ife in Osun have left telltale signs of a reappearance. The Guardian reliably gathered …

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Newly elected president to lead the Biosphere in its second decade

Melanie Allen This followed Dr Joan Mitchell’s resignation from the AGM after 10 years of service with a heartfelt speech that encouraged the entire Biosphere team to be “confident, ambitious and generous” in their partnerships and future plans. Melanie has over two decades of experience in strategy, governance and stakeholder …

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