- On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Varanasi, his Lok Sabha seat.
- His administration said a day ago that he would inaugurate development projects worth over 1,500 crores there.
- A 100-bed model mother and child health (MCH) wing at the Banaras Hindu University’s Institute of Medical Sciences, multi-level parking facilities, highway development projects, and tourism initiatives are among the projects.
Virat Kohli’s side will play a three-day warm-up game against County Championship XI. The match is scheduled to start on July 20 at Emirates Riverside, Durham. It is believed that an Indian player has tested positive for Coronavirus.
The Virat Kohli-led side will play a three-day warm-up game against County Championship XI at Emirates Riverside, Durham, to prepare effectively for the five-match Test series against England. According to a report on Cricbuzz, the game will begin on July 20.
It would be an excellent opportunity for the team to become used to the conditions before the long season begins. Previously, it was thought that the team’s lack of preparation cost them the World Test Championship final against New Zealand in Southampton. The Indian squad is taking no chances this time and leaving no stone left in preparation for the Tests.
At Emirates Riverside in Durham, Virat Kohli’s squad will play a three-day warm-up game against a County Championship XI.
The match is set to begin on July 20.
An Indian player is suspected of having tested positive for Coronavirus and will not be traveling with the team.
The player’s identity has not yet been revealed.
At 4:30 p.m. IST, the action will begin. Durham Cricket TV’s YouTube channel will be broadcasting the match live.
Meanwhile, an Indian player is thought to have tested positive for Coronavirus and will not be traveling with the squad to Durham for the warm-up game, which must have thrown the tour party’s plans off. The player’s name has yet to be revealed, but that is expected to happen soon.
The athletes will reportedly be tested once more when they arrive in Durham. The first round of testing took place last Saturday (July 10), and another round took place on Wednesday (July 14). After the initial round of tests, the infected player proved positive.
The most recent event in the Indian camp could have far-reaching consequences for the series as a whole. The England Cricket Board (ECB) has previously stated that spectators will be permitted inside the grounds for the matches, but this could alter as the number of cases in the UK rises.