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Pant needs discipline, he should be fearless, not careless: Rathour

Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant during the 2nd T20I continued with his poor form and dismissed by making 4 runs in 5 balls. On his performance, India's newly-appointed batting coach Vikram Rathour, said, "He needs to bring in a little bit of discipline to his cricket. He needs to be fearless because that's what makes him special...At the same time, he cannot afford to be careless." Meanwhile, he also lauded the young cricketer that indeed he is a phenomenal batsman. Src: https://bit.ly/2kSiYx4

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Heavy challans

According to me the steps taken by traffic police are correct as heavy challans ensure people's safety i.e. due to fear of heavy challans people will follow traffic rules which ensures their safety. But I didn't think that we Indians are fools, instead of following traffic rules we are pressurizing the government to reduce challans,sorry to say that but that's the truth. Some people are with the government I am happy for that but mostly people are against it. I request Delhi government not to reduce the challans instead spread awareness to people that their lives are more important than their money. JAI HIND

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Monsoon rains above-average for third straight week: IMD

Recently the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has said that monsoon rain across the country in the week is above an average for a third straight week. Statically IMD has claimed that India received 38% more rainfall than the 50-year average in the week to September 18. Media reports said that India has reportedly received 5% more rain than average since the start of the monsoon season. Src: https://reut.rs/2mhEawH

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Patna airport runway shut down for 3 hrs, 2,000 fliers affected

Recently operations at the Patna airport runway were suspended for as much as 3 hours. The reason behind this is said to be a fire tender, which got stuck near the runway. As per the media reports, forced the diversion of nine flights, delayed three others on the ground and held up the departure of other flights from Delhi, Mumbai and other airports affecting around 2000 passengers. It was later removed with the help of cranes and other equipment, Airports Authority of India said. Src: https://bit.ly/2kQVlVu

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