headline : India vs South Africa, 3rd Test: India Close In On Series Whitewash Against South Africa At Stumps On Day 3

India stand two wickets away from registering a 3-0 series whitewash as South Africa were reduced to 132/8 in their second innings, trailing by 203 runs at stumps on Day 3 of the third Test at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi on Monday.

Later, George Linde (27) started well but failed to convert it into a big score as he was run out by Shahbaz Nadeem.

Temba Bavuma (32) and George Linde (37) chipped in with some important runs in the first innings but eventually succumbed in front of some brilliant bowling. South Africa were eventually bundled out for 162 runs in their first innings.

headline : Kartarpur Corridor: India To Sign Kartarpur Pact Wednesday, Urges Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee

India is ready to sign an agreement with Pakistan on Wednesday for allowing Sikh pilgrims to visit the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in the neighbouring country through a much-awaited corridor set to open next month, the Ministry of External Affairs said today

Amarinder Singh claimed that imposing such a fee will prevent less fortunate pilgrims from realising their long-cherished dream of visiting the final resting place of Sikh guru Guru Nanak.

It will be opened to the public on November 9, 2019,” Mr Khan said in a Facebook post, indicating that it will be ready in time for the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak.

headline : Over 100 terrorists were ready to infiltrate from six launch pads in PoK near Tangdhar: Sources

over 100 terrorists were waiting in six launch pads in Pakistan occupied Kashmir across Tangdhar sector to infiltrate Jammu and Kashmir in small batches, sources said.

A similar escalation in the Tangdhar sector took place on July 30, when Pakistan resorted to heavy artillery firing, causing damage to property and also injuring some people. Fortunately, there were no deaths but locals have been living in fear since then.

After the abrogation of Article 370, these are places that have remained normal with no violence or shutdowns like the mainland areas of the Kashmir Valley.

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