This week, the focus is on the ICC cricket World Cup final to be played between India and Australia on Sunday at the Narendra Modi International Stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. As excitement grows, the authorities are ensuring proper security for the people, including the VIPs, who would be coming to witness the ultimate clash. Furthermore, owing to the intense match, the prices of hotels and flights have skyrocketed despite special trains being run to facilitate the fans. Another incident that made it to the top headlines this week was South Korea’s planning to put an end to the age-old practice of consuming dog meat and rain in the UAE.
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The ICC World Cup 2023 final between India and Australia is set to captivate fans at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The anticipation has created a fervent atmosphere not only in Ahmedabad but across the nation. Due to the heavy traffic expected, strict restrictions will be in place, especially on the route from Shanti Niketan (Junior) School Road to Motera Stadium. As the cricket fever heightens, certain roads in Ahmedabad will witness restrictions and diversions to facilitate smooth movement.
Ahead of the anticipated World Cup final, set to take place on Sunday (November 19) between India and Australia, the city of Ahmedabad is witnessing a substantial increase in the number of people eager to witness the cricketing extravaganza. This surge in demand has not only led to a hike in air ticket prices, reaching up to Rs 40,000, but airlines have also expanded their flight services to meet the growing demand.
After severe rain and thunderstorms pounded portions of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai roadways became saturated and flooded. Residents were warned to avoid beaches and remain indoors during the deluge, while transportation and aircraft operations were also disrupted. People in Dubai took to social media to post videos of the heavy rain.
South Korea is planning to put an end to the age-old practice of consuming dog meat, amid the rise in awareness about animal rights. According to a Reuters report, while the practice has drawn criticism from overseas, there has been growing disapproval in the country itself, especially among the younger generation.
BharatPe co-founder Ashneer Grover and his wife Madhuri Jain were allegedly stopped at the Delhi International Airport on Thursday due to a look-out circular issued against the couple related to the fraud allegations at the fintech firm, media reports revealed. The couple were scheduled to travel to New York on Thursday when they were stopped by the airport authorities citing a lookout circular issued by the Economic Offences Wing (EoW) of the Delhi police, reported PTI.