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What six IPL teams have to do, To got the position in three available playoff spots.



The only certainties at this stage are that Mumbai Indians have qualified for the playoffs and Chennai Super Kings are out of contention. The solely certainties at this stage are that Mumbai Indians have certified for the playoffs and Chennai Super Kings are out of rivalry. The different six teams are vying for the remaining three playoff spots. 

Royal Challengers Bangalore

With 14 factors from 12 video games, they want to win certainly one of their remaining two video games to be certain of their last-four spot. Virat Kohli’s group faces Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capitals. However, in the event that they lose each fixtures, it might come down to web run charge.

Delhi Capitals

Three successive defeats have made it robust for them. Now they want to beat certainly one of the prime two sides – Mumbai Indians and RCB to make it to the playoffs. If they will’t handle that, DC will hope their web run charge doesn’t take an excessive amount of of successful.

Kings XI Punjab

They occupy fourth spot now on the foundation of a greater run charge than Rajasthan Riders and Kolkata Knight Riders. They face Chennai Super Kings of their closing league match with MS Dhoni’s group getting the higher of RCB and KKR of their final two video games.

Rajasthan Royals

Wins of their final two video games have rejuvenated their marketing campaign. Now they face KKR in a must-win sport with the winners staying in reckoning and the losers bowing out.

Kolkata Knight Riders

They have had an up-and-down marketing campaign and wish to beat RR of their closing league sport to keep related. They would ideally like to do so in convincing vogue as their web run charge is the lowest amongst three teams at 12 factors at the second.

Sunrisers Hyderabad

The equation is fairly easy for them. They want to beat each RCB and Mumbai Indians of their final two video games. If they do so, then web run charge shouldn’t be an issue as they’re in a significantly better place in that regard than all the teams who’re nonetheless attempting to get into the playoffs.


447 cases of adverse effect reported,Covid-19 vaccine given to 2,24,301 beneficiaries :Govt.



A total of 2,24,301 beneficiaries have been inoculated with COVID-19 vaccine so far, out of which only 447 adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) were reported, the Union Health Ministry said on day two of the nationwide vaccination drive on Sunday.

Addressing a press briefing, the ministry’s Additional Secretary Manohar Agnani said out of the 447 adverse events following immunisation, only three required hospitalisation.

“Today being Sunday, only six states conducted vaccination drive and in 553 sessions a total of 17,072 beneficiaries were vaccinated,” he said.

The six states where the vaccination drive was carried out on Sunday are Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Manipur and Tamil Nadu, he added.

Agnani said a total of 2,24,301 beneficiaries have been vaccinated till January 17 as per provisional reports, adding that 2,07,229 of them received the jabs on day one of the drive.

“A total of 447 AEFI have been reported on January 16 and 17, out of which only three required hospitalisation. Most of the AEFI reported so far are minor like fever, headache, nausea,” he said.

He said a meeting was held with all states and union territories on Sunday to review the progress of the drive, identify bottlenecks and plan corrective actions.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the world’s largest inoculation drive against COVID-19 on Saturday and said the two vaccines being deployed will ensure a “decisive victory” for India against the pandemic.

India has approved two vaccines—Covaxin developed by Bharat Biotech and Covishield from the Oxford/AstraZeneca stable being manufactured by the Serum Institute of India—for emergency use in the country.

According to the government, the shots will be offered first to an estimated one crore healthcare workers and around two coror frontline workers, and then to persons above 50 years of age, followed by persons younger than 50 years of age with associated comorbidities. PTI

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