03 July 2022


New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner tests Covid-19 positive ahead of Ireland tour (3)
Veteran spinner Mitchell Santner was supposed to captain the T20I team for the Ireland series, however, he now would not be travelling with the team. India Today Web Desk 'New Delhi July 3, 2022 UPDATED: July 3, 2022 08:29 IST File photo of Mitchell Santner.
Three police die in 'pure hell' Kentucky shooting (2)
Published 11 minutes ago Kentucky Police Department Wreaths were placed on police cars as a tribute Three police officers have been shot dead in the US state of Kentucky while trying to serve a warrant on a man accused of domestic violence. Police took the 49-year-old suspect into custody after the shooting. Floyd County Sheriff John Hunt said the officers had faced "pure hell" when they arrived at the man's home.
India vs England Live Score, 5th Test, Day 2: India 338/7 after Pant's masterclass; Jadeja, Shami to resume batting (2)
India vs England 5th Test Live Cricket Score Day 2: After Rishabh Pant's ton, India posted 338 for seven at Stumps on Day 1, on Friday. Follow Live cricket score and updates of IND vs ENG Match Today at Edgbaston, Birmingham.
IIOJ&K fruit traders protest over halting of trucks (1)
July 03, 2022 ISLAMABAD: Fruit growers and dealers of north Kashmir held a peaceful protest at the Fruit Mandi Sopore on Saturday against the halting of fruit- laden trucks along Srinagar-Jammu Highway in view of the Amarnath Yatra in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K). According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), the fruit growers and dealers held a peaceful protest and urged the authorities to allow the smooth
UK condemns Russian 'exploitation' of prisoners in Ukraine (1)
London, July 2 (UNI) The UK government has condemned the exploitation of prisoners of war after two more Britons held by Russian proxies were charged with "mercenary activities". Andrew Hill of Plymouth and Dylan Healy of Huntingdon have been charged with "forcible seizure of power" and are undergoing "terrorist" training, a state news agency reported on Friday. The British Foreign Office said, "We condemn the exploitation of prisoners
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