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‘I believe our can perform well in England’: Indian Cricketer Hanuma Vihari



New Delhi: Despite New Zealand having the advantage of playing in conditions similar to what they encounter at home, India batsman Hanuma Vihari still believes that India can do outstanding things in the World Test Championship final in England to be held at the Ageas Bowl from July 18 to 22.

The match will be played at the Ageas Bowl from July 18 to 22. “I am trying to prepare in the best way possible for the WTC Final and the England series. It’s going to be interesting and exciting as well for all the Indian fans because it’s the first edition of the WTC. We are in the finals and we are playing New Zealand, which is going to be challenging in these conditions, we all know that, but the Indian team can do outstanding things,” Vihari told India Today

Vihari, who is all set to make a comeback into the Indian team after missing out on the England series due to an injury he picked up while playing a match-saving knock against Australia in Sydney during the third Test match. Vihari’s brave knock helped India salvage a draw on the last day that helped the visitors to stay in contention to win the series down under. Vihari fended off 161 deliveries to remain unbeaten on 26 in that epic knock.

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Get ready to pay more for purchasing Maruti Suzuki Cars: Read hiked rates



Maruti Suzuki plans to increase the prices of its vehicles in the July-September quarter as the company has to deal with high input costs. In a regulatory filing, the company said that in the entire last year, the cost of the company’s vehicles continued to be adversely impacted due to the rise in various input costs.

“Hence, it has become imperative for the company to pass on some impact of the above additional cost to customers through a price rise,” it said.

The company further added that the price rise has been planned for the second quarter of this fiscal and the increase shall vary for different models.

It had earlier raised prices for different car models in April. Several vehicle makers have raised prices amid the pandemic as input costs have increased. Further, the decline in sales amid the pandemic has also impacted the industry.

However, with the situation easing across various states, restrictions are likely to ease and automakers would move back to normalizing the operations.

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