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Players like Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman did not get their due, says Wasim Jaffer

Recently, former Indian cricketer, Wasim Jaffer has said that he feels players like Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman didn't get their value amid the emergence of T20 cricket. He has said, "A player playing with them in a Test match knows how important those players are”. In addition of that Wasim further said, "People who are in marketing business...want somebody who's seen more on TV". Src: https://bit.ly/2wXGajf

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West Bengal seals border with Bhutan amid the Coronavirus outbreak

The Bengal government has sealed the Indo-Bhutan border in Alipuduar, due to the current Coronavirus outbreak. Health officials use a thermal screening device on Bangladesh citizens coming into India to avoid the Covid-19, at a temporary medical camp in Fulbari, Indo-Bangladesh Border. The move comes after Bhutan recently issued a notification to the Alipurduar district administration informing it about a halt in tourist and business activities in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. Src: https://bit.ly/33gMGxz

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Coronavirus outbreak: Embroidery business in Lucknow takes a hit

Amid the outbreak of Coronavirus and witnessing at least 74 positive cases across the country, the Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow embroidery business has taken on a huge hit as people refrained from going out. Anil Pal, the owner of a large embroidery store, said the business is witnessing a tremendous effect. Pal further said there are no foreign visitors coming to the store and there's also a small number of locals shoppers. While some Indian tourists arrive at the shop, the number is smaller than average. Sales, including wholesale, have nearly slashed to half as compared to previous ones, he added. Src: https://bit.ly/2QrpmYT

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Coronavirus hits hotel business in Delhi

In an interview, the President of the Hotel Association Ajay Kumar Aggarwal, Delhi's Paharganj, said this is a 100% occupancy season, but now there is no more than 10-20% occupancy due to coronavirus. Aggarwal further said the hotel sector operates mostly for 6 months in a year, but there is no more than 20% occupancy due to the Coronavirus scare. He added the hotel business is now dependent solely on Indian tourists. From April, domestic tourism will begin but a few cancellations have already been received, Aggarwal included. Src: https://bit.ly/2TKgsaE

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