Indian left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket with immediate effect. Ojha's last competitive appearance came in November 2018 in a first-class game for Bihar with whom he had a very short stint.
Ojha made his India debut in 2008 in the Asia Cup against Bangladesh. His T20I debut was also against the same opponent in the following year during the T20 WC where he bagged four wickets to be named man of the match.
He also had success in the initial years of the IPL, winning the title with the now defunct Deccan Chargers in 2009 and later again with Mumbai Indians. He also won the purple cap in the 2010 edition for picking the most number of wickets.
India's charge at the women's freestyle events of the ongoing Asian Wrestling Championships got off to a flying start with the hosts bagging four medals, three golds and one silver, of the possible five.
Divya Kakran (68kg) set the tone with a brilliant display of attacking wrestling en route her maiden Asian Championships gold before Pinki (55kg) and Sarita Mor (59kg) completed a golden hat-trick. Nirmala Devi (50kg) lost the summit clash to Japan's Miho Igarashi to claim the lone silver.
The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Esplanade Court in Mumbai recently acquitted two persons accused of being 'Bangladeshi Infiltrators' by Mumbai Police.
The Court held that an election card or voter ID is sufficient proof of citizenship as a person has to file declaration with the concerned authority in view of Form 6 of Representation of the People Act, that he is citizen of India and if the declaration is found false, he is liable for punishment.
Though Aadhaar card, PAN card, driving license or ration card cannot be termed as documents proving citizenship, election card can be a sufficient proof of citizenship, the Court held.