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Railways, Maharashtra, Haryana, AP in semis

first_imgPatna, Nov 29 (PTI) Indian Railways, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana and Maharashtra today entered semi-finals of the 64th Senior National Women Kabaddi Championship here.Star-studded Indian Railways moved into semi-final defeating Punjab by 45-30 in the championship being played at the Patliputra Sports Complex. In the first quarter final match of the day, Indian Railways took lead 18-13 at the half time.Randeep Kaur worked hard for Punjab team scoring 22 points but it proved not enough. Finally, Railways beat Punjab 45-30.Railways bagged 8 bonus and 6 lona points while Punjab earned 10 bonus points and 2 lona.In the second match, Andhra Pradesh defeated Uttar Pradesh by 27-20. At the Half time score was 9-8.Uttar Pradesh earned 11 bonus points while Andhra Pradesh bagged 4 bonus points and 2 lona.In other two matches, Haryana beat Himachal Pradesh by 32-24. In a closely-fought match, Himachal Pradesh took lead 15-14 but failed to maintain it in the second half. Haryana girls came from behind to snatch lead with 5 bonus and 4 lona points finished with 32-24 points.In the fourth match, Maharashtra pipped Chandigarh 36-19 in a one-sided match taking 13-9 lead at the half time. PTI AB SNS NN PDSlast_img read more

Sri Lanka pick uncapped Vikum Sanjaya for South Africa Tests

first_imgSri Lanka’s have named rookie fast bowler Vikum Sanjaya Bandara in a 15-member squad for their three-Test series against South Africa later this month.The uncapped 24-year-old Bandara is one of four pacemen in the squad. Angelo Mathews returns to lead the side and Dinesh Chandimal will be his deputy.Both Mathews and Chandimal missed Sri Lanka’s recent tour of Zimbabwe due to injuries. Apart from the three Tests, Sri Lanka will also play five ODI matches and three T20 games against the Proteas.Test squad: Angelo Mathews (capt), Dinesh Chandimal (vice capt), Dimuth Karunaratne, Kaushal Silva, Kusal Perera, Dhananjaya de Silva, Kusal Mendis, Upul Tharanga, Dushmantha Chameera, Suranga Lakmal, Lahiru Kumara, Nuwan Pradeep, Vikum Sanjaya Bandara, Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera.last_img read more

DDC: cost and space saving 280W IFEC & PED aircraft power solution

first_img Continue Reading Previous Toshiba: new M.2 NVMe SSDs for mainstream gamers, DIY system buildersNext Antenova: compact antenna boosts GNSS signals from difficult locations Data Device Corporation introduces a new 280W converter to supply 28V power for IFEC electronics and USB charging ports for Portable Electronic Devices (PED), to up to 18 aircraft seats, with a compact, high output, and cost-effective solution that delivers power efficiency performance > 92%  (power factor > 0.95) at 115VAC 400Hz and max load. Additional features are over-current protection, thermal shut-down and short-circuit protection.The 1-14683-R converter’s space saving design enables more comfort and space for passengers, by eliminating the need for below seat boxes, brackets, or shrouds, as this compact unit can be conveniently mounted within the cabin wall or ceiling. A complete seat MRO package is available, including sidewall mounting, seat loom and USB sockets.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components last_img read more