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    Umpire admits to 'judgemental error' in World Cup final
    Umpire admits to 'judgemental error' in World Cup final
    Kumar Dharmasena, who along with Marais Erasmus was the onfield umpire in the 2019 World Cup final, admitted on Sunday that he made a mistake by awarding an extra run to England after the ball ricocheted off Ben Stokes' bat and ran to the boundary.
    Indian-Origin Priest Attacked Near US Temple
    Indian-Origin Priest Attacked Near US Temple
    A Hindu priest was attacked by a 52-year-old man while he was walking down the street in his religious garb near a temple in Floral Park, New York, according to a US media report.
    Weekly Horoscope July 21 to July 27, 2019: predictions
    Weekly Horoscope July 21 to July 27, 2019: predictions
    Weekly Horoscope July 21 to July 27, 2019: Know weekly astrology predictions for all zodiac signs
    VIP darshan for ₹10k donation in Tirumala
    VIP darshan for ₹10k donation in Tirumala
    The VIP break darshan facility at Tirumala temple, which mostly caters to the high and mighty, will soon be available for common devotees.
    Indians Received 67-72% Of Total H1-B Visas In Last 5 Yrs
    Indians Received 67-72% Of Total H1-B Visas In Last 5 Yrs
    Indian nationals have received between 67 and 72 per cent of the total H-1B visas issued by the US in last five years, the External Affairs Ministry said on Wednesday.
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    Stokes asked umpire to take off four overthrows during WC final
    Stokes asked umpire to take off four overthrows during WC final
    Amid the furore over umpires call to give an extra run when a throw struck Ben Stokes' bat in the World Cup final, it has now come to light that the all-rounder had asked the umpires to take away the four overthrows which ultimately proved to be decisive in England's win over New Zealand.
    MS Dhoni's parents want him to quit cricket
    MS Dhoni's parents want him to quit cricket
    Speculations are rife over the future of MS Dhoni. Reports are doing the round that MS Dhoniís retirement is very much on the cards and the former India skipper can wave goodbye to international cricket anytime soon.
    'Pained at the way they've treated us'
    'Pained at the way they've treated us'
    Revathy Pogadadanda, the ex-CEO of MOJO TV hitherto owned by Ravi Prakash, was arrested on Friday.
    H-1B Consultancy Updates
    H-1B Consultancy Updates
    The bill to remove per country quota HR1044 has already passed in the house. The senate version, S386 has 35 cosponsors in the senate.
    Dhoni missing from Tendulkar's WC 2019 XI
    Dhoni missing from Tendulkar's WC 2019 XI
    Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has named his favourite XI of cricketers who played in the just concluded edition of the World Cup.
    'No one lost final, there was a crowned winner'
    'No one lost final, there was a crowned winner'
    Coming to terms with the heart-wrenching defeat against England in the World Cup title clash, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said that "no one lost the final but there was a crowned winner".
    Rohit, Bumrah in ICC's WC XI, no place for Kohli
    Rohit, Bumrah in ICC's WC XI, no place for Kohli
    Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah were the only two Indians to feature in the ICC's World Cup 2019 Team of the Tournament, which didn't have any place for Virat Kohli.
    BCCI to check on Kohli-Rohit rift, split captaincy
    BCCI to check on Kohli-Rohit rift, split captaincy
    Ever since Indias ouster in the semi-final of the 2019 World Cup, there have been a lot of talks about the areas where the team lacked and also how it was too reliant on the duo of skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Rohit Sharma when it came to scoring runs.
    Couple of uncontrollables were hard to swallow: Williamson
    Couple of uncontrollables were hard to swallow: Williamson
    New Zealand might have ended runners-up for the second successive edition of the World Cup, but skipper Kane Williamson believes that the players have done a brilliant job and they should now be let free to do whatever they like.
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