Sri Lanka’s hopes of direct qualification for the ICC World Cup 2023 have been dashed after their loss to New Zealand in the third ODI on Friday. This means that the team will be playing in the qualifiers for the first time in 44 years. Sri Lanka has been a regular participant in the World Cup since 1975, but this time, they will have to go through the qualification process to secure their spot in the tournament. The qualifiers will be held in 2022, and Sri Lanka will have to compete against other teams to secure their spot in the World Cup. This is a significant setback for Sri Lanka, and they will need to regroup and come back stronger if they want to make it to the World Cup.
ED Raids AAP MP Sanjay Singh’s Residence in Money Laundering Probe Related to Delhi Excise Policy Scam
- The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has carried out searches at the residence of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Member of Parliament Sanjay Singh in connection with a money laundering investigation linked to the alleged Delhi excise policy scam.
- This move follows recent developments in the case, including the approval of two individuals as approvers.
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