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Sachin Tendulkar paid his full salary in the Prime Minister's Relief Fund.

Cricketer Sachin Tendulkar donated his full salary and allowances as a Rajya Sabha MP in the Prime Minister's Relief Fund. His term ended recently In the last six years, Tendulkar had received nearly 9 lakh rupees and other monthly allowances in the form of a salary. The Prime Minister's Office has also released the letter of gratification, which states, "The Prime Minister has expressed gratitude for this benevolence. This contribution will be very helpful in delivering help to the distressed people. In the data released from his office, he has sanctioned 185 projects across the country and claimed to spend Rs. 7.4 crore in allocation and Rs. 30 crores from the allocation for education and structural development. He has also adopted two villages, including Putham Raju Kendriga from Andhra Pradesh and Danoja of Maharashtra.

Centurion Test: The Africa scored 258 runs, India's target of 287

Today is the fourth day of the Second Test match played at South Africa's Super Sport Park ground. Ashwin dismissed Annidi Gave Africa the last shock. The team was out on 258 runs. India has given the target of 286 runs. Team India's bowlers Mohammad Shami, Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma made a show of South Africa wickets.

ICC U19 World Cup begins tomorrow, the first day will be two matches

The U19 World Cup, which is considered to be important in future stars, will start here tomorrow. Twenty-three teams, including three-time champions India, will be looking for future Virat Kohli and Steve Smith in the tournament. The Indian team, led by Prithvi Shaw, is being named among the title holders of the title. From Kohli to Smith, modern-day great cricketers had taken the first lesson internationally from this tournament. The tournament will be held tomorrow against Pakistan and Afghanistan. The coach of Indian Under-19 team and great batsman Rahul Dravid also says that he wanted to be a part of it during his time. Dravid said, 'In our time, we have never played this tournament. After 1988, the tournament did not happen for 10 years, so we could not play.

Indian cricketers appear to be enjoying before the 2nd Test

Team India have to play in the Second Test match against South Africa in Centurion on January 13. Virat and the rest of the team reached the Johannesburg. The team will be here right now He will travel the Road Road for the Centurion Test. At the same time, the third test is to be held in Johannesburg. During this time, many photos were photographed by Virat, Hardik Pandya, and KL Rahul and then in the restaurant. The Capetown test ended in four days, while the game was just three days. The third day was completely washed in the rain. Here the team's top 5 batsmen flopped in both innings.

Team India will play in Ireland after 11 years.

Team India will tour Ireland after South Africa tour Where he will play a series of two T-20 matches. Both of these matches will be played in Dublin on 27 and 29 June. Significantly, Team India's tour of England will start from the T-20 series. The Indian team will be on the tour of Ireland 11 years later. Last time Team India played one ODI against Ireland in Belfast in 2007. India, who won by 9 wickets under D / L method Talk about the T-20 format, Ireland played the same match against India. In the 2009 T-20 World Cup, India had won by 8 wickets in Nottingham.

Elice Perry of Australia becomes ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year

Australian all-rounder Alice Perry won the title of 'ICC Women's Cricketer of the Year' on Thursday. 27-year-old all-rounder Perry played 905 runs in 19 ODIs and 22 wickets during the voting period. Perry, the international debutant at the youngest of the Australian team, is the first ICC title

Rohit Sharma said after shameful defeat - Our eyes opened in Dharamsala.

Indian batting was disintegrated in the favorable conditions of the fast bowlers like the cards and captain Rohit Sharma said after this disappointing performance in the first ODI against Sri Lanka that it was an eye opener for his team. "We did not perform well in batting, if we were to score 70 - 80 runs, then the situation would have been different .. It is important to do well in these situations, we will not get a flat wicket every day, we have learned from today's wicket. We are going to open the eyes for everyone. We have to perform better again. "