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Last Updated Wednesday November 22 2017 01:17 AM IST

Tiny Bytes: Bullet train, China to ban petrol and diesel cars, Rafael Nadal and more

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Hi and welcome to Tiny Bytes. Here's a look at some of today’s news for little minds.

Bullet train foundation stone

Japan and India have now tied up to build a High Speed Rail Network between Ahmedabad and Mumbai. The bullet train can take 750 passengers and cuts travel time from 7 hours to 3. Read more

China to ban petrol and diesel cars

Did you know that China is the world’s biggest car market? It made 28 million cars last year, almost a third of the global total. China now has plans to ban petrol and diesel cars in an effort to cut down on all the pollution that these cars generate.

Nadal reigns supreme

Rafael Nadal beat beat Kevin Anderson in the Men’s finals in an epic five setter. Nadal now has a total of 16 grand slam wins to his credit. Read more

Pen to identify cancer

A new pen has been developed that might be the future of the way cancer is tested and treated. A small hand held device, quite like a pen, can supposedly identify cancerous tissue in just 10 seconds, according to Scientists at the University of Texas.

Well, That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.  

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