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Rain plays spoilsport but Kohli enjoys his moves



New Delhi: The first ODI was to be played on Thursday 8th August between India and West Indies but it was washed out because of rain. After Virat Kohli choose to Bowl, only 13 overs came to play as rain interrupted the match.

The empires decided to cut short the game of play to 34 over but after one hour they decided that it was not possible for the match to happen. However Indian Captain did not leave the chance of entertaining their fans and showed some real good moves at the field and beyond.

Virat Kohli got in the mood and showed some dance steps ahead of the game of play. In 13 over’s of play only Cris Gayle was dismissed for 4 of 31 balls. Virat was in buoyant mood as he was seen dancing on the tunes of the DJ several times. Kohli even managed to rope in his former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) Chris Gayle as they enjoyed their time in the middle.

Evin Lewis was striking the ball well as he scored 40 off 36 balls. Chris Gayle was the only batsmen to be dismissed as he fell victim to Kuldeep Yadav. West Indies were 54/1 after 13 overs when the match was called off. Rain gods were unrelenting as only a few overs could be bowled before the match was again interrupted. The umpires ultimately decided that play wasn’t possible in the first ODI so the match was called off.


Rahul Gandhi: Accepting Less Than Scrapping Farm Laws Will Be Deceit To Farmers



The Congress has stepped up the demand of immediately scrapping the farm laws in the wake of the farmers’ protest in the national capital. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said in a tweet,”Accepting less than scrapping of three black farm laws will be deceit to farmers and the country.”

The Congress leader’s reaction comes even as the meeting between the farmers and the government is going on to resolve the issue.

Talks between the Centre and over 34 farmer union representatives has started here, even as the farmers protest entered the eighth straight day with thousands sitting on different Delhi borders blocking essential supply chains to the city.

Like the previous round of talks held on December 1, Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar and Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Minister Piyush Goyal are leading the meeting, which is expected to play a major role in farmers’ future course of action on whether they would continue the protest or withdraw it.

The Bharatiya Kisan Union, Bharatiya Kisan Sanyukta Morcha and Krantikari Kisan Union are among over the 34 farm union representatives taking part in the meeting, which started around 12.30 p.m.

The fourth round of meetings with the farmer leaders started at Vigyan Bhawan after the earlier talks remained inconclusive on December 1.

In the last meeting, the farmers’ representatives had unanimously rejected the Centre’s proposal of a special committee to resolve concerns over the farm laws.

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