Irfan Pathan and Ishant Sharma get no bidders in IPL 2017

The upcoming 2017 IPL T20 season is on the edge to start after its biddings and scheduled plans. The best big bash cricketing segment has loads of new implementations and new fresh faces to be seen on fields.

Bidding for the trending players and majorly all rounders was the prime focus of the franchise owners. In this overall scenario of the auction, some of the players were part of bidding but not a single team owner pushed forward for choosing some great seamers like Irfan Pathan and Ishant Sharma.

Irfan Pathan being not connected to the international play for some duration might be the reason in the brains of the bidders. But on the other side, the awestruck bowler and well-established batsmen Pathan performed magnificently in the recent Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament where he was a prominent run contributor for the West Zone as well as bowled a spectacular inning by dismissing Yuvraj Singh, Shikhar Dhawan, and Rishabh Pant.

Pathan who was termed as an ‘IPL specialist’ had a base price of Rs 50 Lakh. Due to his spectacular all round abilities, it was for sure expected that he will be the chief attraction. But at the end, Irfan Pathan was left unsold. Pathan being a perfect tailored made cricketer for the T20 format was easily replaced by the non-experienced heads with more bidding value.

Talking about the Indian pacer Ishant Sharma with the base price of 2 Crore remained unsold too, but he is into the playing squad against Australia.
Irfan Pathan who has huge fan followers in the country too twitted an emotional message for the fans. Sad, but it is the truth…! After all, performance plays a vital role in cricket.

A look at the IPL auction 2017 with Results

IPL 2017 will be played with great enthusiasm. Every Indian is waiting for the league to start. Well, it has been started. The IPL auction 2017 took place recently. Many shocking and unexpected biddings were seen and witnessed. Here is a short summary of the IPL auction stating as to which player was taken by which team.

Rising Pune Supergiant owns Daniel Christian for Rs 1 Crore

Mumbai Indians owns Asela Gunarathna for Rs 30 Lakhs

Rising Pune Supergiant owns Saurabh Kumar for Rs 10 Lakhs

Rising Pune Supergiant owns Rahul Chahar for Rs 10 Lakhs

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Mohammed Siraj for Rs 2.6 Crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore owns Billy Stanlake for Rs 30 Lakhs

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Ben Laughlin for Rs 30 Lakhs

Delhi Daredevils owns Navdeep Saini for Rs 10 Lakhs

Royal Challengers Bangalore owns Praveen Dubey for Rs 10 Lakhs

Kolkata Knight Riders owns Nathan Coulter-Nile for Rs 3.5 Crore

Kings XI Punjab owns Martin Guptill for Rs 50 Lakhs

Gujarat Lions owns Jason Roy for Rs 1 Crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Chris Jordan for Rs 50 Lakhs

Gujarat Lions owns Manpreet Gony for Rs 60 Lakhs

Kings XI Punjab owns Varun Aaron for Rs 2.8 Crore

Rising Pune Supergiant owns Jaydev Unadkat for Rs 30 Lakhs

Kings XI Punjab owns Matt Henry for Rs 50 Lakhs

Mumbai Indians owns Saurabh Tiwary for Rs 30 Lakhs

Kolkata Knight Riders owns Rishi Dhawan for Rs 55 Lakh

Mumbai Indians owns Karan Sharma for Rs 3.2 Crore

Kolkata Knight Riders owns Chris Woakes for Rs 4.2 Crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Pravin Vijay Tambe for Rs 10 Lakhs

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Rashid Khan Arman for Rs 4 Crore

Gujarat Lions owns Tejas Baroka for Rs 10 Lakhs

Delhi Daredevils owns Ashwin M for Rs 1 Crore

Gujarat Lions owns Basil Thampy for Rs 85 Lakhs

Kings XI Punjab owns T Natarajan for Rs 3 Crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore owns Aniket Choudhary for Rs 2 Crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Eklavya Dwivedi for Rs 75 Lakhs

Delhi Daredevils owns Aditya Tare for Rs 25 Lakhs

Kings XI Punjab owns Rahul Tewatia for Rs 25 Lakhs

Mumbai Indians owns K Gowtham for Rs 2 Crore

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Mohammad Nabi for Rs 30 Lakhs

Sunrisers Hyderabad owns Tanmay Agarwal for Rs 10 Lakhs

Delhi Daredevils owns Ankeet Bawane for Rs 10 Lakhs

Mumbai Indians owns Mitch Johnson for Rs 2 Crore

Delhi Daredevils owns Pat Cummins for Rs 4.5 Crore

Kolkata Knight Riders owns Trent Boult for Rs 5 Crore

Delhi Daredevils owns Kagiso Rabada for Rs 5 Crore

Mumbai Indians owns Nicholas Pooran for Rs 30 Lakhs

Delhi Daredevils owns Corey Anderson for Rs 1 Crore

Rising Pune Supergiant owns Ben Stokes for Rs 14.5 Crore

Delhi Daredevils owns Angelo Mathews for Rs 2 Crore

Royal Challengers Bangalore owns Pawan Negi for Rs 1 Crore

Kings XI Punjab owns Eoin Morgan for Rs 2 Crore

Whoa, that is hell lot of money every player is getting. Well they deserve it. Don’t you think so? We hope to see these players as worthy as their bidding is. Don’t forget to share with us which team and which player do you support.

World Tennis Rotterdam Open final Jo-Wilfried Tsonga VS David Goffin

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga registered his four-hundred career victory in beating Czech Tomas Berdych to reach the very last of the ABN AMRO global Tennis event very last in Rotterdam on Saturday.

Tsonga, 31, went through 6-three 6-four to move one victory faraway from his first identify due to the fact that September 2015.

He’ll face Belgium’s David Goffin inside the very last.

Tsonga wished just one destroy of serve to snaffle the hole set in opposition to the 2014 champion and eased thru after a repeat on the begin of the second one.

Dominant in the course of, he did not face a unmarried damage factor as he fired down 10 aces.

“simply certainly satisfied to be within the very last. Now it’s the remaining step, and it’s now not an easy one so I’m already focused on the following healthy,” global wide variety 14 Tsonga said.

Goffin, ranked 11 however now confident of an area in the global’s top 10 after his run to the very last in Sofia final week, scuppered hopes of an all-French final as he without difficulty beat doubles professional Pierre-Hugues Herbert 6-1 6-three.

The silky Belgian third seed can be looking his 0.33 career name and his first due to the fact that 2014.

Tsonga leads their head-to-head file three-2.

Laser based camera helps determine risky plagues

Many people around the world die due to heart attacks and strokes that usually come without any warning. Recently, through collaboration among scientists of University of Michigan and University of Washington a solution has been invented for this. The research team has come up with a novel application of a medical camera that can someday assist physicians to determine who is at risk for a cardiovascular event by offering a better sight of likely problem regions.

The technology depends on delivering a small camera into the lumen of a vessel and light up the plagues with the aid of green, blue, and red lasers. The scanning fiber endoscope was initially invented by Eric Seibel at the University of Washington for visualization of cancer cells. But the multi-modal imaging and small size of the device warranted verifying its potential in the interior of the vessels. The device is capable of providing a structural examination of lesions that have the potential to cause heart attacks and strokes. The device can also evaluate whether a vessel requires stenting. Hence, this technology has a probability to be used in guided targeted drug delivery and help physicians to perform vascular procedures.

The researchers produced pictures of human arteries with the use of scanning fiber endoscope, which lights up tissues with several laser beams, and digitally recreates high-clarity images to find out the seriousness of atherosclerosis and other vessel wall qualities. B. Gregory Thompson, M.D., said, “The capability to recognize and examine the biological markers that make a plaque unstable and has a possibility of rupturing can make the detection possible of the people who are at a highest probability of suffering from cardiovascular events, and thus can benefit by getting appropriate precautionary treatment at the asymptomatic stage.”

The imaging system has the potential of providing high-resolutions three-dimensional images, without depending on biochemical labels or contrast agents, of plagues instantly at 30 Hz. The trial conducted on animals demonstrated that device can offer high-quality images vessels that are mid-sized and further classify the plagues according to their level of risk.

This device can provide new insights in preventing strokes and heart attacks.