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  1. NAB had arrested MSR in connection with a private property case that involves a piece of land that changed hands 34 years ago
  2. Firm says MSR's arrest part of wider pattern of "weaponising NAB procedures to shut down critics of the government".
  3. Ever since Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on 19th March, announced new directives in a bid to combat novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), his preventive measures have been accepted and hailed by all in the country. My address to the nation. #IndiaFightsCorona https://t.co/w3nMRwksxJ â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 19, 2020 During his televised speech, the Indian PM announced a Covid-19 taskforce that would draw up measures to combat the economic effects of the pandemic, told employers not to cut the pay of staff and called for a "Janta Curfew" on 22nd March. The latest move was also backed by the Indian sports fraternity including former Indian cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif. Letâs collectively follow the directions of PM @narendramodi ji Itâs is real, but we can fight #COVID19 ! I urge every Indian to join me in spreading hygienic awareness and supporting our community.#IndiaFightsCorona â yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) March 19, 2020 Following PM Modi's address to the nation, Yuvraj had urged the Indian citizens to follow the prescribed mandates. "Letâs collectively follow the directions of PM @narendramodi ji. Itâs is real, but we can fight #COVID19! I urge every Indian to join me in spreading hygienic awareness and supporting our community", Yuvi had tweeted. An important message from PM @narendramodi ji to the nation to fight against #CoronaVirus. - #JantaCurfew to prepare us for upcoming challenges - Avoid panic while buying essential supplies Itâs time we take responsibility for the well-being of our loved ones and fellow Indians â Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) March 19, 2020Kaif, too, had come out in support of PM Modi's regulations. "An important message from PM @narendramodi ji to the nation to fight against #CoronaVirus. #JantaCurfew to prepare us for upcoming challenges. Avoid panic while buying essential supplies. Itâs time we take responsibility for the well-being of our loved ones and fellow Indians," Kaif had tweeted. Here are 2 excellent cricketers whose partnership we will remember forever. Now, as they have said, it is time for another partnership. This time, all of India will be partners in the fight against Coronavirus. #IndiaFightsCoronahttps://t.co/a6JJTh8gUWhttps://t.co/koRYZiRT6K â Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 20, 2020Taking note of the two Indian batting greats' efforts, PM Modi hailed Yuvi and Kaif for reaching out to the masses in times of crisis. "Here are 2 excellent cricketers whose partnership we will remember forever. Now, as they have said, it is time for another partnership. This time, all of India will be partners in the fight against Coronavirus," PM Modi tweeted. View the full article
  4. Travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews, the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), once looked upon as a mere case of influenza in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has brought the world to its knees and has left governmental authorities scurrying for preventive measures. The virus, which primarily spreads between people via respiratory droplets from coughing or sneezing, has led to more than 2,46,000 confirmed cases and over 10,000 deaths across the globe. It's considered most contagious when people are symptomatic, COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Currently with no vaccine or specific antiviral treatment available, people are forced to rely on preventive measures include handwashing, covering the mouth when coughing, maintaining distance from other people, and monitoring and self-isolation for people who suspect they are infected. View the full article
  5. We are consulting with physicians treating the patients and are not aware of reports of any negative effects, says WHO
  6. White House was looking at sending direct payments to all Americans, as well as aid to embattled airlines, said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
  7. Health ministry officials says Pakistan must devote all resources to contain coronavirus
  8. Petition argues court should declare act of controlling media 'illegal', Geo News should be returned to orignal placement
  9. France ordered the closure of restaurants, bars, cinemas and nightclubs from midnight but said food shops, pharmacies, banks and tobacconists would remain open and local elections will go ahead on Sunday
  10. A huge protest was held in Karachi to demand the immediate release of Jang Geo Media Group Editor-in-Chief Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman
  11. The first case of coronavirus emerged in the central city of Wuhan on December 8
  12. Lahore Qalandars have won three consecutive matches and are now back in contention to qualify for PSL 2020 play-offs
  13. The coronavirus outbreak has hit the Islamic Republic hard, says Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
  14. Transport accounts for more than 40% of the air pollution produced in Pakistan, according to official data
  15. The rupee depreciated by 2.6% and closed at 158.42 against the dollar in the interbank market
  16. Ever since its outbreak in Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China's Hubei province, Coronavirus has turned into a major epidemic across the globe. Owing to the contagion and currently no vaccine or specific antiviral treatment available, the fast-spreading virus, similar to influenza, has led to travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews in numerous countries. The epidemic has also handed a major blow to the sporting world, with numerous tournaments and events across sports getting postponed or cancelled. Cricket, too, continues to bear the brunt of the Coronavirus as the playing nations continue to devise unique plans and key strategies to counter the threat. © Reuters "We have thought about this thing (not using saliva) but I can't say right now we will not use saliva because if we don't use saliva then how will we shine the ball. Then we will get hit and you people will say you are not bowling well," the 31-year-old Indian bowler, who is making his comeback into the national team, said. "But it's a valid point and let's see we will have a team meeting today and whatever instruction we get or whatever is the best option we will do. It all depends on the team doctor and what advise he gives us," Bhuvneshwar added. View the full article
  17. For a batsman who was busy hammering opposition bowlers all around the park and, in turn, shattering records at will last year, Virat Kohli, to the sheer frustration of Indian fans, is currently not at his prolific best with the willow. The right-hander had scored 5,775 more international runs than anyone else in the last decade. Last year alone, he had amassed 2,370 runs across formats - the fourth consecutive time he had aggregated 2000-plus runs in a single calendar year. But, this year has been a different story altogether. The so-called 'Indian run-machine' has looked a pale shadow of the world-class batsman he is generally celebrated as. And, his batting woes in the recently-concluded tour of New Zealand further dented his reputation as a modern-day great. © Twitter/@BCCI With scores of 45, 11, 38 and 11, Kohli ended the T20I series against the Kiwis without a fifty to his name. The much-awaited fifty did come in the 1st ODI where he scored 51 at Hamilton, but his cheap dismissals - 15 and 9 - in the next two matches continued to highlight his struggles with the willow. The Indian Captain would have definitely wanted to make amends with a better performance in the two-match Test series, but it wasn't meant to be. The 10-wicket loss at Wellington saw him registering scores of just 2 and 19 across two innings. And, he could only manage 3 and 14 over the course of two innings as India suffered a seven-wicket loss at Christchurch and a subsequent 2-0 Test series defeat. Amid immense criticism, Kohli ended the New Zealand tour with just 218 runs (across 4 T20Is, 3 ODIs and 2 Tests) to his name. © Reuters After enduring one of the worst tours of his otherwise decorated career, Kohli will be eager to silence the naysayers and return to form with a better performance against the visiting South African brigade for the three-match ODI series. But, apart from winning back the fans with a swashbuckling performance, Kohli will have an opportunity to enter the record books in the 1st ODI against South Africa. Taking the field at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) stadium in Dharamsala on 12th March, the Indian captain will have a great opportunity to enter his name in the history books as only the sixth cricketer to reach 12,000 runs in ODI history. The Delhi lad is currently 133 runs away from achieving the milestone and entering the elite ODI list which also includes Indian batting great Sachin Tendulkar. The Indian skipper, once he reaches 12,000 ODI runs, will become only the second Indian cricketer to achieve the feat. He will also be the fastest to achieve the milestone as other five batsmen including Tendulkar in the elite list took more than 300 innings to get there. When compared with them, Kohli has played just 239 innings so far, with a staggering 11,867 runs to his name. © Reuters While both Kohli and head coach Ravi Shastri have publicly played down the importance of the upcoming three-match ODI series against Proteas owing to Team India's focus on World T20 in Australia this October, there is no doubt that Kohli will be eyeing it as an opportunity to hit back at his critics. Also, Kohli's men can ill-afford to lose another series, especially against an inexperienced South African brigade, buoyed with their crushing 3-0 win over Australia recently. The Indian captain will also be in a better headspace this time around with the return of their pivotal all-rounder Hardik Pandya to the side. Pandya proved his fitness on the back of a spectacular performance in the recently-concluded DY Patil T20 tournament. Apart from him, the likes of Shikhar Dhawan and Bhuvneshwar Kumar, too, will be seen returning in national colours to bolster the Indian side against dangerous-looking Proteas. View the full article
  18. The world of cricket, over the years, has witnessed numerous batting greats leaving their mark in the sport's rich history, but only a handful come close to the ambition and passion of Virat Kohli. Taking his technical assiduousness on par with the great Sachin Tendulkar and matching the fitness levels of the top athletes in the world, Kohli has truly established himself as one of the best in the business. His passion for cricket has made him one of the best batsmen in the world across formats, and has further allowed him to shatter batting records at will. A slightly open-chested stance, strong bottom-hand grip and quick footwork have all added to Kohli's ability to pace his innings and aid Team India in dire situations. In the age of Twenty20 (T20) cricket, while many continue to reinvent their shots, Kohli, still, relies on traditional strokes and focuses on timing instead. © Reuters Pick either of Kohli's memorable innings, even in the shortest format, and you'll straightaway notice the difference from the rest. His innings generally do not have the savagery of a Chris Gayle tempest, nor does it boast of the creativity of an AB de Villiers storm. But still, there is something about Kohli that makes his innings hard to forget. One of the most aggressive batsmen in modern-day cricket, the Indian captain boasts all kinds of shots in his repertoire. An accomplished strokemaker all round the wicket, Kohli's defensive technique is organised and his timing on the legside is especially silken. The 31-year-old might have endured a dismal outing on the New Zealand tour recently, but he's still got all the shots in the books to make amends in the upcoming ODI series against South Africa and win his fans back. The Exquisite Cover Drive One of the most exquisite shots associated with Kohli is his effortless drive along the ground, piercing the cover region. The right-hander leans forward and opens the face of his bat to punch the ball past the cover fielders for a valuable boundary. Though the shot might not appear as destructive as his other shots, but Kohli's cover drive has found a way in the hearts of a million cricket fans across the globe, with many comparing its quality with the renowned straight drives of the great 'Little Master'. The Effortless Swat-Flick Shot Playing on the spinning wickets consistently, a flick shot is something that probably comes naturally to every sub-continent batsmen. We've seen Mohammad Azharuddin and VVS Laxman flicking the ball from outside the off-stump towards the onside with relative ease. But, Kohli's flick shot is not the same as other sub-continent batsmenâs. It's more powerful and the wrist-work is a bit too strong. Learning from the greats, Kohli has reinvented the flick shot where he isn't just a bottom-handed player but uses the top hand perfectly well when he wants to. So, when the ball is on the off-stump, he can play the punchy cover drive, but suddenly, also use his bottom hand and strong wrists to smash it for a six over midwicket. Kohli's isn't a fick, really. If you take a closer look and compare it with the contemporaries, you'd notice, it's a mutant, swat-flick maybe. His bottom-hand powered shot feels like a stroke borrowed from table tennis. The Mighty Pull Shot © Reuters Cricket has witnessed many international careers flounder because of the inability to handle bouncers. But, not Kohli. The aggressive Delhi lad has developed a liking towards the short deliveries which is clearly visible in his muscular pull shots. He has got all the time to open his arms while pulling, and the courage to take on the fastest bowlers in the world when they dig one in short. Shifting his weight on the backfoot to pull, Kohli has also mastered the art of keeping it in control to pick the gaps to perfection and get the most out of his shot. The Delicate Square Cut © Reuters Apart from using his sheer power to pull the ball, Kohli can also play delicate shots to complement his aggressive brand of cricket. His square cut through point and third-man region is one of his most sophisticated weapons in all forms of cricket. Using the depth of his crease, Kohli quickly transfers his weight on the backfoot and swats the ball with an open face of the bat to send it racing past the point fielder towards the boundary. The shot has proved particularly efficient against turning deliveries outside the off-stump. The Flamboyant Inside-Out Shot © Twitter/@BCCI If the limited-overs cricket has led to the evolution of innovative stroke-making by modern-day cricketers, then the inside-out shot has got to be one of the top finds. The shot allows the batsman to go against the protective field setting of the opposition to earn some valuable runs. Kohli, with his impeccable technique and an astute mind, plays the inside-out shot to perfection. Moving towards the onside, Kohli thrives on the room while lofting the ball over the infield for some quick runs. The shot has helped Kohli earn a lot of runs against both, the flighted deliveries of the spinners and the pitched up balls by the seamers. Apart from Kohli, Suresh Raina, currently out of favour at Team India, is another batsman who has used this shot to full use in cricket. View the full article
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