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With another lacklustre performance India succumbed to South African pace in the second Test at SuperSports Park, Centurion, losing the match by 135 runs, thus conceding the series 2-0 with one more Test to go. India’s batting was found wanting in the both the innings and despite Indian pacers bowling their heart out, India were always two steps behind South Africa.
Wary of the model code of conduct that is expected to come into effect in early March, some sitting MLAs and aspirants are wooing voters by distributing handouts under the pretext of birthdays, fairs and festivals, among other things.
Batsmen let the team down, said India captain Virat Kohli on Wednesday, conceding that his team has been just not good enough in the Test series against South Africa so far.
In Yakutia — a region of 1 million people about 3,300 miles (5,300 kilometers) east of Moscow — students routinely go to school even in minus 40 degrees. But school was canceled Tuesday throughout the region and police ordered parents to keep their children inside.
India succumbed to another series defeat in South Africa losing the second India vs South Africa Test at SuperSports Park, Centurion by 135 runs on Wednesday. Starting the day on 35 for 3, still needing 252 more runs to win, India succumbed to 151 all out in the second innings with debutant Lungi Ngidi taking 6 for 39.
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Early goals from Rupinder Singh and debutant Vivek Sagar Prasad, who netted two, ensured that India never lost momentum and dished out a royal hammering to their Japanese counterpart. Dilpreet Singh and Harmanpreet Singh were the other scorers.
Controversial film 'Padmaavat's' producer today moved the Supreme Court (SC) challenging the ban on its screening by the three states. A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra agreed to hear the petition tomorrow. The film is scheduled for release on January 25.
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The arrest of the former officer, Jerry Chun Shing Lee, 53, capped an intense FBI inquiry that began around 2012, two years after the CIA began losing its informants in China.
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