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The Legends

Rahul Dravid Dravid was born in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. He belongs to a Maharashtrian family settled in Bangalore, Karnataka. He has a younger brother, Vijay. Dravid's father worked for  Kissan , a company known for producing jams and preserves and thus he earned the nickname  Jammy  from his teammates at St. Joseph's Boys' High School. His mother, Pushpa, was a professor of architecture atBangalore University. Rahul Dravid has a degree in commerce from St. Joseph's College of Commerce, Bangalore. Dravid started playing cricket at the age of 12, and represented the state at the under-15, under-17 and under-19 level. [17]  Rahul's talents were first spotted by former cricketer Keki Tarapore who was coaching at a summer coaching camp at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.He went on to score a century on debut for his school team. Along with the batting, he was keeping wickets. However, he later stopped keeping wickets on advice from former Test players Gundappa Vishwanath

World’s First Website, Created By Tim Berners-Lee In 1991, Is Still Up And Running

Tim Berners-Lee Even if you can’t name the inventor of the World Wide Web (It’s Tim Berners-Lee!), you’ll probably want to celebrate one of the information network’s most important milestones.  On August 6, 1991  — 21 years ago — Berners-Lee published the world’s first website  from a lab in the Swiss Alps. The site, originally found at the clunky URL “,” was updated frequently after launching; therefore,  images of its earliest versions were never saved . Nevertheless,  a later copy from 1992 is still preserved and welcoming visitors . The bare-bones website was created, appropriately, to explain the World Wide Web to newcomers. “The WorldWideWeb (W3) is a wide-area hypermedia information retrieval initiative aiming to give universal access to a large universe of documents,” the site reads, going on to explain how others can create their own webpages. About this project This project aims to preserve some of th