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Virat Kohli named in Delhi’s 50-member probable squad for upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy

first_imgThe Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) on Monday named India’s skipper Virat Kohli in the 50-member probables list for Delhi’s squad in the upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy. “Some big names in the list as senior selection committee name probables for Vijay Hazare Trophy. All available players are requested to report 8 am tomorrow to Head Coach KP Bhaskar at the Feroz Shah Kotla ground. @BCCI @BCCIdomestic,” DDCA tweeted. In the probable list, Shikhar Dhawan, Rishabh Pant and Ishant Sharma have also been included.Some big names in the list as senior selection committee name probables for Vijay Hazare Trophy. All available players are requested to report 8 am tomorrow to Head Coach KP Bhaskar at the Feroz Shah Kotla [email protected] @BCCIdomestic pic.twitter.com/1C0gsLxW8KDDCA (@delhi_cricket) September 2, 2019All the players who have been named in the probable list have been asked by the DDCA to report to the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium on Tuesday at 8 am.Delhi had finished as the runners-up in the last edition of the Vijay Hazare Trophy.This year’s Vijay Hazare Trophy will be played from September 24-October 10.On August 27, the DDCA had announced the renaming of Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium after former finance minister and senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley.Jaitley, who passed away on August 24, was the former president of the DDCA.The former union minister was appointed as the chief of Delhi’s cricket body in 1999 and continued to hold the post for 13 years.Also Read | Arrest warrant against India cricket star Mohammed ShamiAlso Read | Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube power India A to unassailable 3-0 lead against South AfricaAlso See:advertisementlast_img read more

Public Servants no longer have to wait 3 months for salaries

Persons who have joined the public service unit will not have to wait three months before receiving their salaries, according to newly appointed minister, Tabitha Sarabo-Halley.This new measure will take effect after July 2019.Currently, new public servants are required to work for three consecutive months before receiving their first salary.“Many public servants have reiterated the issue of having to work for three months before being paid. I have thus far found no rule or policy that substantiates this.”“I find this practice unconscionable and thus should no longer be a practice in any government agency after the month of July. I am working with my staff to remove this bugbear from those who are desirous of joining the public service,” said Sarabo-Halley. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMoTP denies firing PSM staff …but termination letter proves otherwiseJune 5, 2019In “latest news”BoI’s probe into arbitrary firing of PSM staff delayedJuly 1, 2019In “latest news”Govt tight-lipped on findings of probe into ‘arbitrary’ firing of PSM staffAugust 5, 2019In “latest news” read more