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Will talk to people of J&K instead of Pak: Amit ShahTuesday, October 26, 2021

Srinagar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday said the government would rather hold talks with the youth and "brothers and sisters" of the Valley than Pakistan as suggested by National Conference president Farooq Abdullah. He also said the only intention behind repealing Article 370 was to put Kashmir and Jammu on the path of development, and people will see the "fruits of our efforts by 202...

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Hardik Pandya's shoulder injury "not serious" but team management will "wait and watch"

Dubai, Oct 26: Flamboyant India all-rounder Hardik Pandya's shoulder injury sustained during the T20 World Cup opener against Pakistan is believed to be a minor one and he is likely to be available for the next game against New Zealand on October 31. Pandya, who did not bowl in the IPL last month, is playing only as a batter right now and scored 11 off 8 balls on Sunday night, looking distinctly uncomfortable against pacers before being hit on the shoulder by a short ball. "Yes, Hardik's scan reports have come and the injury is not very serious. Also the fact that there is a six-day gap between two games gives him enough time to recuperate," a senior BCCI official told PTI on conditions of anonymity. "But obviously, the medical team would wait and watch as to how he shapes up during the training sessions," he added. Pandya had recently said that he would be bowling during the knock-out stages but India's chances hinge on ...

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