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Pakistan killed one Indian boy & girl in LoC

Pakistan killed one Indian boy & girl in LoC

J&K were to play three Ranji matches at home against Gujarat from October 4, against Kerala from November 1 and against Haryana from November 17. Besides half a dozen age group matches have also been shifted.

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has shifted all J&K Ranji trophy and other age groups matches out of State after J&K Cricket Association (JKCA) expressed its inability to host any  of the national level matches.

After getting information from JKCA about its inability to hold the matches, BCCI has shifted all matches out of the State which include Under-19, Under-23 and Ranji matches.

J&K were to play three Ranji matches at home against Gujarat from October 4, against Kerala from November 1 and against Haryana from November 17. Besides half a dozen age group matches have also been shifted.

Confirming this, JKCA General Secretary Iqbal Shah said, “The condition of the field in GGM Science College Ground Jammu, scheduled venue of our home matches is not suitable for matches”.

“Money was not the problem as BCCI would have released money directly to the teams and the parties involved.”

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