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10 June 2019 Current Events Yuvraj Singh Announce his Retirement from International Cricket

Star cricketer Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on June 10, 2019. During his eventful career, he scored more than 11,000 runs across all formats of international cricket, including 17 centuries. He was most successful in the ODI format (304 matches), as compared to Tests (40) and T20Is (54). His biggest successes came in the 2007 World T20 and the 2011 World Cup. In 2011, he was declared Man of the Tournament after propelling India to the World Cup title. The last international tournaments he played was the Champions Trophy in 2017, followed by a tour of the West Indies. In fact, he brought a wealth of talent and experience to the Indian team. Moreover, his heroic battle with cancer, and subsequent return to the team, will continue to inspire sportspersons for many years to come.


Monsoon to arrive late in North India

As per reports by India Meteorological Department (IMD), heatwaves will continue in north India as the arrival of monsoon has been delayed. It has forecast that Madhya Pradesh (MP), Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan and Vidarbha will witness a severe heatwave till Tuesday. On the other hand, Delhi has seen a drop in temperature by three degrees last week where it settled in at 43 degrees celsius. IMD has also predicted for the national capital to receive rains on June 11.


Yuvraj Singh Announce his Retirement from International Cricket

Star cricketer Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on June 10, 2019. During his eventful career, he scored more than 11,000 runs across all formats of international cricket, including 17 centuries. He was most successful in the ODI format (304 matches), as compared to Tests (40) and T20Is (54). His biggest successes came in the 2007 World T20 and the 2011 World Cup. In 2011, he was declared Man of the Tournament after propelling India to the World Cup title. The last international tournaments he played was the Champions Trophy in 2017, followed by a tour of the West Indies. In fact, he brought a wealth of talent and experience to the Indian team. Moreover, his heroic battle with cancer, and subsequent return to the team, will continue to inspire sportspersons for many years to come.

Monsoon to arrive late in North India

As per reports by India Meteorological Department (IMD), heatwaves will continue in north India as the arrival of monsoon has been delayed. It has forecast that Madhya Pradesh (MP), Uttar Pradesh (UP), Rajasthan and Vidarbha will witness a severe heatwave till Tuesday. On the other hand, Delhi has seen a drop in temperature by three degrees last week where it settled in at 43 degrees celsius. IMD has also predicted for the national capital to receive rains on June 11.




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