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England scored 498/4 against the Netherlands, breaking their own 4-year-old record After losing the toss, the English team scored 498 for losing 4 wickets in 50 overs. The 500 run mark could not be reached for the first time in ODI cricket by just two runs.
The previous record was 481/6. The England team made this score on June 19, 2018 against Australia in Nottingham in 2018. For the third time in ODI history, Phil Salt (122), David Malan (125) and Jos Buttler (162) scored centuries in one innings for England. It is only the third time in ODI cricket history that three batsmen have scored centuries in one inning. Earlier in 2015, South Africa scored three centuries apiece in a leg against the West Indies and India.
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Rajnath Singh said in Jammu and Kashmir – assembly election process could start by end of 2022
Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has said that the electoral process could start in Jammu and Kashmir by the end of this year i.e. 2022. There has been a demarcation in the territory of the Union. Now Jammu will have 43 and Kashmir will have 47 assembly seats. Note that the Minister of Defense, Rajnath Singh, went to Jammu and Kashmir for a two-day visit.
WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange to be extradited to US, UK government approves
The British government has approved the extradition of Julian Assange from WikiLeaks to the United States. Assange is an Australian citizen. He is accused of espionage. He has been incarcerated in Belmarsh prison in London since 2019. After his arrest, the request filed by American justice to extradite him was made public. read all the news…
China’s failure to declare Pakistani terrorist Abdul Rehman Makki a global terrorist; Veto imposed on the Indo-American proposal
China has again blocked the listing of Pakistani terrorist Abdul Rehman Makki on the Security Council’s global terrorist list. India and the United States had submitted a proposal to designate Makki as a global terrorist under the Al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee. After China’s veto, this proposal was not implemented.
Madras High Court Says – We Cannot Release Nalini and Ravichandran in Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case
Madras High Court on Friday heard Nalini and P Ravichandran’s request for early release. The court denied the petition saying it did not have the same powers as the Supreme Court to free Nalini and Ravichandran. If the petition is based on the release of Perarivalan, the petitioners can apply to the Supreme Court.
After ED, now CBI raiding home of Ashok Gehlot’s brother Agrasen surrounded by potash scam
CBI raided the home and shop of Chief Minister Gehlot’s brother. Agrasen Gehlot is accused of having, between 2007 and 2009, in the name of distributing potash necessary for the manufacture of fertilizer among farmers, bought it with a government subsidy and made a profit by selling the product. to private companies. Read the full news…
Ram Rahim granted one-month parole and will stay at Baghpat Ashram
Dera Sacha Sauda’s Gurmeet Ram Rahim was paroled once. He was released from prison for a month. Previously, he was also granted a 21-day parole in the first week of February. He is serving a life sentence in Sunaria prison for raping two women in his ashram. On Friday, he left at 7:30 a.m. and went straight to the Baghpat ashram.
Age limit for recruitment into the Agneepath scheme increased to 23 this year
The central government has announced the raising of the upper age limit from 21 to 23 for recruitment under the Agneepath scheme. This exemption will only apply this year. According to the Ministry of Defence, this decision was made due to the lack of recruitment over the past two years. Previously, the age limit to become an Agniveer was 17.5 years old to 21 years earlier.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain In the case, ED raided the home of close friends
Taking major action in the case of Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain, ED raided 11 locations. The house of Devendra Gupta and Sudha Gupta, owner of the Presidium School, the house of Pankaj Nakra, owner of Anant Raj, and the house of Dinesh Agarwal, owner of KBM Foods were raided. This action was taken after the interrogation of Satyendra Jain.
Building collapses in Delhi’s Paharganj district, 3.5-year-old child dies, 4 still trapped under rubble
A building collapsed Thursday night near Khanna Market and Vivek Hotel in Delhi’s Paharganj district. A 3.5-year-old child died in the crash. A first floor resident and 3 children are still trapped under the rubble. Three were rescued from the rubble, including a three-year-old boy, two girls and their father.
A fire official said a house collapse was reported at 8:40 p.m., following which 7 firefighters were dispatched to the scene. Paharganj’s Civil Defense division chief also visited the scene. He said – As soon as we got information about the incident, we and our volunteers reached the place and started the rescue work. We take the help of ambulance and firefighters.
Security forces meet terrorists at Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir, two Hizbul terrorists killed
On Thursday, two Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists reportedly hid in Kokernag area of Anantnag district in Jammu and Kashmir. The ongoing encounter since Thursday evening ended late at night, during which the two terrorists were killed by security forces. The terrorists killed have been identified as Junaid and Basit Bhat. Basit was implicated in the murder of BJP sarpanch Rasool Dar and his wife in addition to killing a panch in 2021.
Congress appoints Jairam Ramesh General Secretary for Media
The Congress party on Thursday appointed Jairam Ramesh as general secretary in charge of communication, publicity and media. Previously, this responsibility was with Randeep Singh Surjewala. The party released a statement saying that Surjewala was removed from his position as general secretary in charge of communications.
Surjewala will continue as General Secretary in charge of Karnataka. The party move comes as the ED questions Rahul Gandhi in the National Herald case.
5-year-old Bela’s name in the Guinness Book, the youngest book publication record
Bella Jay Dark of Weymouth, UK holds the record for publishing the youngest book ever. He achieved this feat when he was 5 years 211 days old. His name entered the Guinness Book for The Lost Cat book. This is the story of a cat who goes out alone at night and gets lost. This book was published on January 31 of this year, so far 1,000 copies have been sold.
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