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South African bowler takes wickets bowling with both arms in same match

Recently an interesting incident took place in the Mzansi Super League match in which Cape Town Blitz spinner Gregory Mahlokwana picked up wickets using both his arms. The bowler, first dismissed the opener Sarel Erwee while bowling with the right arm in the eighth over whereas in his next over he clean bowled the opponent skipper Dane Vilas with his left-arm bowling. Src: https://bit.ly/37mWMyz

We released Lynn so that we could bid for you: KKR CEO tells Yuvraj

In the recent auctions, Kolkata Knight Riders have released some players from their former team. In the released players, one huge name of Chris Lynn too was included. Over which former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh said that he didn't understand why KKR did not retain Chris Lynn and that he will message Shah Rukh Khan regarding that. To his reply, KKR CEO Venky Mysore took it to Twitter and said "We released Lynn so that we could bid for you! Love and respect for both of you champions." Src: https://bit.ly/334zaeH

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Bangladesh bowler who beat teammate during match banned for 5 yrs, fined INR 2.5 lakh

Recently a Bangladesh pacer Shahadat Hossain has been banned for as much as 5 years. The reason behind this misfortune was his misbehavior to other players. As per the media reports, Shahadat Hossain had kicked and slapped his teammate Arafat Sunny for questioning his ability to shine the ball. The 33-year-old, who admitted a charge of "physical assault", has also been fined 300,000 Taka (INR2.5 lakh) as well. Do you think Shahadat Hossain should be banned permanently? Src: https://bit.ly/337Cq94

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Big Bazaar charges INR 18 for a cloth bag in Haryana, fined with INR 11,518

District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum ordered the giant hypermarket chain, Big Bazaar to pay INR 10,000 to the Consumer Legal Aid Account (for helping needy litigants) and 1,518 to a Panchukla resident for “wrongly charging” INR 18 for a cloth bag to a customer in Haryana. Baldev Raj, a resident of Sector 15, Panchkula, complained after a cashier at the hypermarket Big Bazaar in Industrial Area charged him INR 18 for a cloth bag to carry the items he had bought on March 20 this year. Src: https://bit.ly/2J6E2ce

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