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Pakistan-India World Cup Match May Be Reschedule

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Muzaffarabad: (Azadi Times) The highly anticipated Pakistan-India match in the upcoming World Cup may be rescheduled due to the festival of Navratri and security concerns.

The match, which is currently scheduled to be played on October 15th in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, may be changed due to the festival of Navratri, which is a major Hindu festival that is celebrated in Ahmedabad and across India. The festival is a nine-day celebration of the victory of good over evil, and it is characterized by prayers, fasting, and feasting.

Security agencies in India have also recommended that the date of the match be changed due to security concerns. The match is one of the most high-profile sporting events in the world, and there are concerns that it could be a target for terrorism.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is currently considering various options for rescheduling the match. One option is to play the match on October 14th, a day earlier than the scheduled date. However, this could cause logistical issues for the Pakistan team, as they are also scheduled to play a match in Hyderabad on October 12th.

Another option is to play the match in a different city. However, this would require the approval of the ICC, which is the governing body of cricket.

The BCCI has not yet made an official announcement regarding the possible rescheduling of the match. Fans of both teams are awaiting further updates.

This news has been met with mixed reactions in Kashmir. Some people are disappointed that the match may be rescheduled, as it is one of the most anticipated matches in the World Cup. Others are concerned about the security implications of the match being played in Ahmedabad, given the city’s history of communal violence.

Only time will tell whether the Pakistan-India match will be rescheduled. However, one thing is for sure: the match is sure to be a hotly contested affair, regardless of when it is played.

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