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Nipah Virus Outbreak in Kozhikode, Kerala, India

On May 5th, 2015, in a village area of Kerala, India, a person named Mohammad Sabith(23) died of fever. He was admitted in the hospital. The Health department of the State of Kerala did not expect what was coming to hit them. Two weeks later, his brother was also seen showing the same symptoms. He too was admitted in the hospital. One of the elder lady in the family also got sick. This time the Health department became alarmed and they took the blood samples of the patients. They did not collect the blood sample of the first patient since they had no clue about the cause behind his death. They send the samples to Department of Virus Reasearch, Manipal Academy of Higher Education. The Health Department did not stop there. They took extreme care in isolating the patients and stopping any chance of spreading this virus.

On May 20th, 2018, the result from Manipal came which showed that the outbreak was nothing but Nipah virus. By this time the death toll has increased. One of the nurse w…

Retirement of Rahul Dravid | Last ODI of Rahul Dravid, the Wall

Watch the last ODI match of a great Indian batsman, Rahul Dravid today 6.30 pm in Star Cricket and DD one. The final ODI match between India and England is also the last ODI match of Rahul Dravid. Rahul Dravid has been in a fantastic form in the last test series played between India and England. He knocked 3 hundreds in the 4 test matches.
All fans of Rahul Dravid wants a win for team India which will be a highlight for his carrier. Dravid’s carrier has been a lengthy one. He was India when it was evolving. He played over 100 test matches for India. He scored more than ten thousand runs in ODI matches and Test matches individually. His ability to save the test matches has been a plus point for India.
Rahul Dravid does not fears retirement. He says that the retirement from ODI matches is not going to affect his life at all. He also says there is no need to fear retirement after a lengthy cricketing carrier. He agrees to the fact that One Day International matches has been a little more t…