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Virat Kohli on the verge of breaking Tendulkar, Lara’s World Record

Indian Skipper Virat The Run Machine Kohli, after completion of 11,000 ODI runs is on the verge of creating a new record of reaching 20,000 international runs. According to the statistics, Kohli is only 104 runs far from reaching out to 20,000 international runs. If he gets it against Afghanistan, he will be the 12th batsman to this landmark and the 3rd Indian after Sachin Tendulkar (34,357 runs) and Rahul Dravid (24,208 runs).

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Ahmedabad: Man Held For Raping 9-Year-Old Daughter

A 32-year-old man has been arrested by Ramol police for allegedly raping his nine-year-old daughter. The incident took place when the man fought with his wife and she left the house. Upon finding his daughter alone, he raped his daughter and forced her to commit "unnatural acts of sex". The traumatized girl narrated the incident to her grandmother and mother. A complaint was lodged and the man was arrested under the Rape and POCSO Act. The man is employed by a private company as a driver. Further investigation is underway.

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Imran Khan should take action against Pakistan cricket team: Kamran Akmal tells his PM

Veteran Pakistani wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal has requested his PM Imran Khan to take actions against the Pakistan cricket team after their dismal show in the ICC World Cup 2019. In his own words, he said, "I request Prime Minister Imran Khan, who is also Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) patron, to start ruthless accountability and all those, who inflicted huge damages on Pakistan cricket, must face the music. We are blessed with so many natural cricketers, who, if selected on merit, can strengthen Pakistan batting and bowling and can take Pakistan team to a much higher level".

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Indian Railways Draws Up Plan To Do Away With All Manned Level Crossings

The new plan involves no cost-sharing with states. Instead, Railways has proposed to fund it alone with help of Rs 50,000 Crore from the Centre. It proposes to eliminate level crossings and seeks to get rid of all the 2,568 level crossings within 100 days. There are over 19,000 manned level crossings that hinder smooth train operations. The railways have decided to give two trains to its public sector undertaking IRCTC which will be entrusted with the job of roping in private operators and corporatize the seven production units starting with Modern Coach Factory, Bareilly.