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Indian team's frailties while batting first were thoroughly exposed by a disciplined West Indies, which kept the three-match T20 series alive with a comfortable eight-wicket victory in the second game at the Greenfield International Stadium in Thiruvananthapuramin on December 8.A below-par score of 170 for 7 with only 38 runs in the final five overs was never going to be enough keeping the dew factor in mind and senior opener Lendl Simmons (67 no off 45 balls) along with Evin Lewis (40 off 35 balls) added 73 for the first wicket to seal the issue. West Indies reached the target with as many as nine balls to spare.With another poor day on the field barring an exceptional sidways running catch from skipper Virat Kohli, the Indian bowlers were way of target, especially spinners Ravindra Jadeja (1/22 in 2 overs) and Yuzvendra Chahal (0/36 in 3 overs) were off the mark.Close West Indies' dominance was evident by the half-dozen sixes that they hit apart from 11 boundaries … [Read more...] about India vs West Indies 2nd T20I: Windies level series with 8-wicket win
With merely over 32,000 domestic tourists visiting Kashmir between August and November in 2019, the domestic tourist footfall saw an 87 percent decline from the 2.49 lakh domestic tourists that visited the region during the same period in 2018, The Times of India has reported.According to the report, November was the best month for Kashmir, with 10,946 domestic tourists and 1,140 foreign tourists visiting the now-minted Union Territory (UT). That is more than double the footfall in September, according to the report.Moneycontrol could not independently verify the report.Close For the tour operators, however, that is hardly a matter to rejoice. For instance, Parvez Baba, the owner of a hotel in Srinagar's Rajbagh area, told the newspaper that only four of the 24 rooms available in his hotel have been occupied this week, that too at half the normal rates. related news Fire erupts in same Delhi building where Sunday's blaze claimed 43 lives There cannot be instant justice nor … [Read more...] about ‘Long way from normal’: Kashmir sees 87% dip in domestic tourist footfall in Aug-Nov period