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IPL 2019: Chris Gayle’s dance in Kings XI Punjab’s 1st home game is unmissable

first_img No data available! scorecard graphs commentary advertisementcenter_img India Today Web Desk MohaliMarch 30, 2019UPDATED: March 30, 2019 16:30 IST Chris Gayle showcased his dancing skills ahead of the KXIP vs MI match (@lionsdenkxip Photo)HIGHLIGHTSChris Gayle was seen dancing on the boundary lines before the KXIP vs MI matchGayle recently became the fastest batsman to reach 4000 IPL runsThe West Indian needs 2 more sixes to complete 300 IPL sixesChris Gayle looked in a jolly mood ahead of Kings XI Punjab’s home game against Mumbai Indians at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali on Saturday. Gayle, who started IPL 2019 with a bang by scoring a match-winning fifty, was back at his home ground and ready to target the bowlers.Gayle is known for his dancing skills and ahead of the match during a practice session, he was seen doing a little jig while standing at the boundary line.Gayle loves Punjab and it was evident as he replicated some bhangra moves, enjoying his time at the boundary.Also Read | KXIP vs MI Live Score, IPL 2019Recently Chris Gayle became the fastest to 4000 IPL runs in just KXIP’s opening match against the Sunrisers Hyderabad. Gayle stormed to the milestone in just his 112th innings surpassed David Warner, who scored 4000 IPL runs in 114 innings.Gayle and Warner are the only overseas players to be a part of the 4000-run club in the IPL.Overall, Gayle has scored 6 hundreds – the most by any player in the Indian Premier League. He also has 24 fifties in the IPL.Chris Gayle also holds the record for the highest individual score in the IPL – an unbeaten 175 against Pune Warriors in 2013.For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byrohan sen Tags :Follow Chris GayleFollow Chris Gayle bhangraFollow IPL 2019Follow KXIP vs MI IPL 2019: Chris Gayle’s dance in Kings XI Punjab’s 1st home game is unmissableChris Gayle loves Punjab and it was evident as he replicated some bhangra moves, enjoying his time at the boundary. view more view lesslast_img read more


Cisco to open innovation centre in Toronto invest 100million over next decade

TORONTO — Information technology giant Cisco has named Toronto as the location of one of four new global innovation hubs.The California-based company, which is the world’s largest maker of computer-networking equipment, said it will invest $100-million in the Toronto centre over the next decade.Cisco said investment includes infrastructure, technology, staffing and operational costs at the Internet of Everything Innovation Centre.Internet of Everything (IoE) refers to machine-to-machine (M2M), person-to-machine (P2M), and person-to-person (P2P) connections.Such technology could be use to collect information from items like car sensors and medical devices for networked data bases.Cisco estimates the industry will be worth US$19-trillion by 2022, including $500-billion in Canada.The Toronto centre will focus on helping startups, medium- to large-sized companies, industry and government with Canadian-based innovations and serve as Cisco’s Canadian headquarters.Other cities tapped for centres include Songdo, South Korea, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and a city in Germany, yet to be announced.“Innovation Centres are a key pillar of our strategy to impact the productivity and innovation trajectory of Canada,” said Nitin Kawale, president of Cisco Canada.“The Internet of Everything is not only changing the world, but creating new opportunities. Connecting the unconnected has the potential to bring revolutionary change to industries, including: healthcare, education, municipalities, transportation and construction.”The Canadian Press read more