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21 September 2017 Current Events Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Kamal Hassan to meet for lunch in Chennai

Today, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is expected to meet actor Kamal Hassan for lunch in Chennai. The two will meet at Hassan's home in Chennai. A 'lavish lunch' has been arranged by Hassan for the Aam Aadmi Party Chief. As per the sources of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Kejriwal and Hassan will have closed door “political discussions” at Hassan's home. Four other Aam Aadmi Party leader are accompanying Chief Minister Kejriwal for this lunch visit. Amidst this an Aam Aadmi Party leader commented, “There is a political void in Tamil Nadu's Game of Thrones.”


India to play three test matches in South Africa

As stated in a media release, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced that India will play three Test Matches against South Africa in a tour beginning on January 5th. The BCCI acting secretary stated in a media release, “ India will play South Africa in a three match 'Mahatma Gandhi Nelson Mandela' Test Series, six-match One Day Internationals (ODI) Test series followed by three Twenty20 Internationals.” Initially Indian Cricket Team was supposed to play 4 Tests, 3ODIs and 3 Twenty20 Internationals. Indian Cricket team last toured South Africa in 2013.


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Kamal Hassan to meet for lunch in Chennai

Today, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is expected to meet actor Kamal Hassan for lunch in Chennai. The two will meet at Hassan's home in Chennai. A 'lavish lunch' has been arranged by Hassan for the Aam Aadmi Party Chief. As per the sources of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Kejriwal and Hassan will have closed door “political discussions” at Hassan's home. Four other Aam Aadmi Party leader are accompanying Chief Minister Kejriwal for this lunch visit. Amidst this an Aam Aadmi Party leader commented, “There is a political void in Tamil Nadu's Game of Thrones.”

India to play three test matches in South Africa

As stated in a media release, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced that India will play three Test Matches against South Africa in a tour beginning on January 5th. The BCCI acting secretary stated in a media release, “ India will play South Africa in a three match 'Mahatma Gandhi Nelson Mandela' Test Series, six-match One Day Internationals (ODI) Test series followed by three Twenty20 Internationals.” Initially Indian Cricket Team was supposed to play 4 Tests, 3ODIs and 3 Twenty20 Internationals. Indian Cricket team last toured South Africa in 2013.




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