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Rishabh Pants breaks MSD’s India Record

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Guyana: Rishabh Pant, Indian batsman wicket keeper, played a brilliant knock of 65(42) against West Indies on the third T20 international on Tuesday. The wicketkeeper batsman smashed 65 runs breaking MS Dhoni’s past record of 56 in 2017 for the most runs as an Indian wicketkeeper batsman in T20 Internationals.

Pant stitched a 106-run stand with captain Virat Kohli as India gunned down a 147-run total with relative ease. This was also marked as the highest partnership till now in Guyana ground in an International T20 match, earlier highest runs partnership was of 96 runs.

Also after this match Virat Kohli has equaled Rohit Sharma’s record of most 50 plus scores. India lift the trophy for T20 series and now aims to grab the trophy for upcoming ODI and Test series.  Pant was under the pump after having thrown his wickets away in the T20Is in Florida. In the opening match of the series, he was dismissed for 0 while he was caught in the deep for 4 in the 2nd T20I.

Earlier, questions were raised on Pant’s approach in the shortest format; in the world cup also he could not perform up to the mask. Pant was under the pump after having thrown his wickets away in the T20Is in Florida. In the opening match of the series, he was dismissed for 0 while he was caught in the deep for 4 in the 2nd T20I.But in the last T20, he build his knock with maturity as he took time to settle into his innings and steady India after the visitors lost wickets of their openers Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul in quick succession in chase of 147

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Lakhs of people have been affected by flood in many districts of Assam

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Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and Meghalaya are increasing the risk of flood due to continuous rains. Lakhs of people have been affected by flood in many districts of Assam, as heavy rains have been raining in most parts of the state since Tuesday.

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According to the State Disaster Management Authority, Assam, Nalbari, Goalpara, Dibrugarh, Dhemaji, Darrang, Tinsukia and Lakhimpur remain flood prone. About two lakh people have been affected by the flood.

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About 1,007 hectares of crop area has been submerged and about 16,500 domestic animals and poultry have been affected due to the flood.

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Rain red alert has been issued in Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya and the situation in all three states remains grim in the coming days. Possibility has been raised.

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