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    Hyderabad: With India tackling New Zealand in the initial One Day International suit is slated to be held at Rajiv Gandhi International on January 18, web traffic limitation will certainly remain in location from 8 am to 10 pm.

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    Traffic Police in its advising encouraged the travelers to expect modest traffic jam from 8 am to 10 pm in the road stretch beginning with Somajiguda to Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

    According to the Traffic Police, blockage is anticipated in critical joints like Somajiguda, Green Lands, Begumpet, Rasoolpura, CTO, SBH Junction,St John’s Rotary, Sangeeth joint, Allugadda Bavi, Mettuguda Junction, Tarnaka, Habsiguda, NGRI and also Uppal.

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    Hyderabad Traffic Police has actually asked for residents to stay clear of taking a trip in the above stretches.

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