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Major News and Events of 26 March 2018

What Happened on 26 March 2018

Australia beats India by 36 runs in the 4th match

In Women T-20 series, Australia defeated India by 36 runs in the fourth match. India won the toss and invited the Aussies to bat first. India had to chase a score of 187 runs which they failed to achieve and lost the match. The final of T-20 series will be held on the 31st of this month.

President Kovind to visit Varanasi today

President Ram Nath Kovind will visit Varanasi today and will lay the foundation stone of five projects of the National Highway Authority of India. The President is on a one-day visit to Uttar Pradesh. Kovind is going to attend a function which will be organized at Deen Dayal Sankul at weavers facilitation Centre in Bada Lalpur village. He will be received by the State Governor Ram Naik and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at the Varanasi Airport.

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