cricket betting in gunturEngland vs Pakistan： England Registers 26 Runs Victory to Seal the Test Series
The fourth day of the England vs Pakistan Multan Test saw the host lose out a close game. Pakistan was on the brink of victory with merely 26 runs to go when they lost their last wicket. The historical test series now has been won by England 2-0 with just one game left. This loss has also ended the World Test Championship hopes for Pakistan.
After the heavy criticism of the England vs Pakistan Rawalpindi test, Pakistan had produced a better pitch this time. The game wasn’t one-sided as both the teams were equally struggling to face the bowlers. Pakistan’s Abrar Ahmed had a dream debut by picking 7 wickets in the first innings of the Multan test. England was all out for 281 in the first innings. Pakistan were looking in good touch with Babar Azam and Saud Shakeel batting in the middle.
Pakistan’s joy was short-lived as the team soon began to collapse and were out for 202 runs. The centurions of the first England vs Pakistan test, Ben Duckett and Harry Brook took responsibility to score for the team. While Duckett fell short of another century, Brook was dismissed for 108. Eventually, England collapsed as Abrar Ahmed picked 4 wickets in the second innings too. With 355 to win, Pakistan had a rough start.
Pakistan was keen on keeping the England vs Pakistan test series alive. Saud Shakeel fell just 6 runs short of his century. His dismissal was a controversial one. Mark Wood, who was out in the last game because of a hip injury, picked up 4 wickets. Ollie Robinson, and James Anderson had two each, and Jack Leach, and Joe Root with one each.
England’s captain Ben Stokes was proud of the way his team played. This is the 8th victory in 9 games that he has captained. “Obviously different conditions and differently played games but fantastic to be a part of both the games. We had a look at the wicket and it was tricky against slow bowling, but as the game progressed the cracks opened up and our seamers came into the game. The way in which Jimmy and Robbo bowled in the series and our spinners as well, they are going to deliver more often that not (referring to him not bowling),” Ben Stokes said after the England vs Pakistan Multan test.
GUNTUR: Right after a bank fraud case was unearthed in the State Bank of India (SBI) Venkatagiri branch in Nellore district, another case came to light recently in the SBI branch at Karampudi in Guntur district. As per reports, a Gold Loan officer named Seva Naik had embezzled around Rs 1 crore from the bank money?meant for depositing in the ATMs.
As per details on the fourth of this month, the SBI bank’s chief manager was alerted about the cash flow which was being diverted to a fake account. He informed the bank vigilance authorities and the regional office officials who conducted a thorough probe about the money being siphoned off. For the past three months, Seva Naik has been diverting some of the cash taken from the bank to be put in the bank’s ATMs machines into this account.
It is reported that the accused was addicted to cricket betting and was in need of money. After the fraud was confirmed the SBI officials ensured that there was no inconvenience to the customers and suspended Seva Naik.? The bank officials, however,?remained tight-lipped about the incident.
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Guntur: The Guntur Urban police arrested six persons involved in cricket betting in Guntur on Saturday.
Guntur Urban SP Ch. Vijaya Rao said cars, bikes, TVs, cell phones and cash were seized from the arrested persons. He also warned of stern action against bookies and punters.
Addressing the mediapersons in Guntur on Saturday, he said that Alapati Ramakrishna of Chebrolu village lodged a complaint against cricket bookies and punters and the police held raids on cricket betting centres at Koyavaripalem of Prathipadu mandal.
Mr Vijaya Rao said that cricket bookie Nama Purnachandra Rao of Koyavaripalem and assistants Vadranapu Venkatesh of Sita Nagar, Kakarla Arun Babu of AT Agraharam, Bodalapati Siva Nageswara Rao of Koritapadu, Patalam Sadik of Tadikonda and Kokipati Ramakrishna of Guntur were involved in cricket betting.
He said that police seized a car, two bikes, TVs, 13 cell phones, 3 ATM cards and Rs 2.97 lakh cash from the arrested.
He said that in another case, Nagarampalem police of Guntur city arrested A. Raviteja alias Naga working as a cricket betting in gunturGuntur： Karempudi SBI Employee Siphons Off One Crore For Cricket Betting sub-bookie in cricket betting gang.
According to the Public Gambling Act of 1867, all forms of physical betting or gambling, such as going to an actual venue to place your bets, is considered illegal in India. However, online gambling is a bit of a grey area, as there are no central laws related to online betting. It comes down to separate states and their local laws to decide how they regulate online gambling.
The lack of central regulations is one of the reasons why illegal gambling, especially related to the Indian Premier League (IPL), is an ongoing issue in the country. Back in February, police arrested a kingpin of an online cricket betting racket. They seized INR3m and the equipment used to facilitate illegal betting, such as mobile phones, SIM, ATM and PAN cards. Suspects accounts containing INR7.3m were frozen.
And last year, police arrested 11 persons for placing bets on the ongoing Big Bash League T20 matches.
“A total of INR63,950 cash, 18 mobile phones, one laptop, a TV set, three bikes and two notebooks were seized from the accused,” said SEB Inspector Hanish. “We have seized the bank accounts operated for illegal transactions.” The police warn the communities cricket betting in gunturGuntur： Karempudi SBI Employee Siphons Off One Crore For Cricket Betting not to get involved with illegal activities.
Three people have been arrested in Guntur on charges of organizing illegal cricket bettings for the Indian Premier League cricket match.
India.- Police in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, have arrested three persons over illegally cricket betting and seized INR1.26m (US$17,000).
Police also found notebooks, six mobile phones and two four-wheeler vehicles. According to local media, one of the suspects works in a real estate business, while the other is an auditor at a local firm.
During the last India-England cricket match in March, police arrested 33 people on the same charges of illegal cricket betting.
Cricket is the most popular sport in India and is played almost everywhere. Illegal cricket betting has risen and in recent weeks there have been other raids in Pune with three people arrested.
According to the Public Gambling Act of 1867, betting is illegal in India. As regards online gambling, some states like such as Kerala and Tamil Nadu have made online cricket betting in gunturGuntur： Karempudi SBI Employee Siphons Off One Crore For Cricket Betting gaming a punishable offence.