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Publish Date: 28 Feb, 2023 |

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Australian women's team Beats South African women's team at T20 World Cup

The Women's T20 World Cup 2023 was won by Australia for the sixth time in the championship game held at Newlands, Cape Town Stadium. South Africa was defeated by Australia's cricket team by 19 runs. Australia's team scored 156 runs in the championship game despite losing six wickets. Ashley Gardner, an Australian all-rounder, was named Player of the Series for his outstanding performance at the T20 World Cup 2023. Beth Mooney, who played a 74-run inning in the same championship game, was named the game's MVP. The inaugural Women's T20 World Cup took place in 2009. Eight different Women's T-20 World Cups have now been held in total.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the Shivamogga airport in Karnataka

In Karnataka, the greenfield Shivamogga Airport was opened by the prime minister. He also lay the cornerstone for a number of other Belagavi development projects. An estimated 450 crores of rupees were spent on the construction of this lotus-shaped airport. It can accommodate 300 passengers each hour at the most. The land area of this airport is 662.38 acres. The connectivity and accessibility to Shivamogga and other nearby areas in the Malnad region will enhance with the aid of this airport.

India ranks 42nd in the International IP Index released by the US Chambers of Commerce

According to a survey published by the US Chambers of Commerce, India is ranked 42nd out of 55 major global countries in the International IP Index (Intellectual Property Index). India is on pace to fundamentally change its economy through IP-driven innovation, claims the American organization. On this measure, the US comes out on top, followed by the UK and France. The protection of intellectual property rights in the 55 largest economies worldwide is assessed in the US Chamber of Commerce's yearly report. The US Chambers of Commerce report here accounts for around 90% of the world's GDP.


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