At least 22 children below the age of six years have died and 35 others hospitalised due to a mystery disease during the past one week in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district, official sources said.While four children died at the Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH), three others died at Kejriwal hospital in Muzaffarpur town, the sources said.SKMCH Paediatrician Dr Braj Mohan confirmed the death of four children at the hospital since yesterday.Twenty other children were still being treated at the hospital till date, Braj Mohan said.Superintendent of Kejriwal hospital Dr Bibi Giri said three children below the age of six years due to suspected encephalitis at the hospital during the past 24 hours.He said 15 others were still admitted for treatment at the Kejriwal hospital.State health department have sent a team of experts from Regional Malaria Research Institute ((RMRI)led by Dr Krishna Pandey from Patna. The team had already collected the blood samples and returned to Patna, Principal secretary (health), Amarjeet sinha said.The blood samples were sent to a specialised laboratory in Pune for examination and obtaining report to diagnose the disease children suffer in Muzaffarpur.Meanwhile, alarmed with the death of 22 patients due to a mysterious disease in Muzaffarpur, state Health minister Ashwini Chaube will visit the North Bihar town tomorrow to review medical facilities for the treatment of the unknown disease, an official release said.Chaube will also visit the Sri Krishna Memorial College-cum-Hospital and Kerjiwal Hospital to meet the patients and their kins, the release said.advertisementThe health minister will also discuss with the doctors about the outbreak of the mysterious disease and hold a meeting with the health and other officials there, it said.- With PTI inputsFor more news on India, click here.For more news on Business, click here.For more news on Movies, click here.For more news on Sports, click here.
Young England pacer Sam Curran was on fire on Thursday as he ran through the Indian top-order in the span of two overs but everything changed when he ran onto the Indian captain Virat Kohli.Curran, 20, playing only his second Test match, was unplayable at one point as he got a set Murali Vijay and in-form Lokesh Rahul out in the same over. In his next over, he bowled a fine delivery outside off, drawing Shikhar Dhawan forward and getting a knick, which went straight to Dawid Malan at slips. His three wickets pegged India back from a position of advantage to their back-foot.From 50/0 in reply to England’s first-innings score of 287 to 59/3, India were struggling to deal with the young and vibrant left-arm pacer in Curran. But, then came the resistance from Kohli and it went on and on before finally perishing after another gritty innings in whites.Kohli, who definitely didn’t look solid to begin with, had his fair share of heart in the mouth moments. He knicked a few balls here and there and one off James Anderson, which went straight to Dawid Malan at slips but was dropped. Since then, Kohli only grew in confidence and as wickets kept tumbling from the other end, he took matter into his own hands to salvage a rescue mission for his team.Watch: Anushka Sharma applauds Virat Kohli’s dramatic hundred in EnglandKohli however, kept losing partners from the other end. Hardik Pandya did stay on with for a while but once the 48-run stand for the sixth wicket was broken by Curran…again…England again had a sniff as they removed Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Shami in quick succession.But, Kohli was in no mood to give up and he struck 92 runs along with the last two in Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma to before falling for 149 with India 13 runs short of England’s total. In the 92 runs scored between the last two pairs, Umesh and Ishant only managed 6. That goes to show Kohli’s class, determination and temperament.advertisement Virat Kohli scored his maiden Test hundred in England on Thursday (Reuters Photo)And, young Curran was bowled over by the Indian captain’s match-changing knock.Also read – India vs England 1st Test: Virat Kohli’s 149 leaves series opener wide open”We had them 100 for five, and felt in the game then Virat played really well with their tail and frustrated us a little bit,” Curran said. That’s what Test cricket is about you play against the best players.”I’m only in my second game, but I think it was a little eye-opener for watching the way he bats and how precise you’ve got to be with your lengths,” said Curran, who picked up 4/74 from 17 overs and was England’s pick of the bowlers.However, Curran did add that Kohli’s luck was on his side today and on any other day, it could have been different.Also read – Best batsman on planet: Cricket world pays tribute to Virat Kohli”He did nick a lot of balls outside off-stump that didn’t carry as well. We stuck to our plans very well against him, and on another day they would carry,” Curran said.Curran has been a regular feature for Surrey in country cricket and his impressive display earned him a call-up in the Test squad ahead of much more experienced options. His introduction in the game changed the ball-game completely on Day 2 and he feels that he was actually having a special day with the ball.Also read – Virat Kohli slams 1st Test hundred in England, dedicates it to Anushka Sharma”Coming on and taking a few early wickets, I can’t really remember it. “Personally, it was obviously a pretty special day for me with the ball. You’ve just got to keep learning every day, and keep enjoying it.” Sam Curran picked up 4/74 from 17 overs during the first innings of the first Test (Getty Images)Curran also savoured in the moment as he got the chance to play with his idols and the people he grew up seeing.”It’s obviously a pretty cool feeling for me standing in the field, and you’ve got the likes of my heroes — Jimmy and Broady and Stokesy and everyone, running into bowl, and Kohli — all these boys I’ve grown up watching, and I’ve been thrown in to play against them.””I felt like I was running in at The Oval for Surrey — I forgot about what I’m actually doing, and just stuck to what I’m good at,” he said. “In my first Test a couple of months ago against Pakistan, I was probably a little bit nervous.”advertisement
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