International spectators will not be allowed to participate in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 and Paralympics due to the growing number of cases of the corona virus. Held in the summer without international spectators, the Olympic Games will now begin on July 23, 2021.
Japanese officials told the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Committees that due to the growing number of Corona cases, international fans could not be guaranteed entry into the country. The process of refunding has been started for the resident ticket holders so that they can adjust their travel plans accordingly.
According to the organizers of the Olympic Games, the move by the Japanese authorities will help ensure the safe conduct of the Games for all participants and the Japanese people. According to the international media, public support for the hosting of the Olympics in Japan has decreased. According to the international media, a recent survey found that more than 80% of people say that the Games should be canceled or postponed again. Granted, the main reason is Code 19.
The South African Cricket Board (CSA) has discredited the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) “sacrifice” by allowing its most important T20 players to join the Indian Premier League (IPL). The tour was not postponed for the remaining matches of SL6. Some PSL franchise owners are unhappy with the South African Cricket Board’s decision, arguing that the PCB should have preferred their league over the tour of South Africa.
It is to be noted that PSL 6 was postponed after the corona cases of many players and staff came positive during PSL 6. Only 14 matches were played until the event was postponed, with the remaining 20 expected to be played in June.
The franchise owners had recommended that the tournament be completed in late March and early April, but the PCB rejected the proposal, citing severe financial losses to the South African Cricket Board.
The franchise owners had sought permission to approach the Proteas Cricket Board directly, which was denied. Interestingly, the Proteas themselves now came under Indian pressure to allow senior players to play in the IPSL. Has been devalued and now the second tier team will face Pakistan. “The PCB thought of the loss of the South African Cricket Board but we did not care,” a senior franchise official said. Now the Proteas Cricket Board is sending players to the IPL, putting its own interests first.
He said that PSL is under a lot of problems, there is no plan for the remaining matches, there is no hope that foreign players will come to Pakistan to participate in PSL in June. It may be recalled that Kagiso Rabada (Delhi Capitals), Quentin de Kock (Mumbai Indians), Lingi Ngidi (Chennai Super Kings), David Miller (Rajasthan Royals) and Enrich Norkia (Delhi Capitals) will travel to India to participate in the IPL. None of them will be in action against Pakistan, the prosthetic selectors did not select former captain Faf Dupleix for the series.
Mubeen Khan, Hamad and Waheed Khan won the Junior Master and Saeed Classic competitions respectively under the auspices of Asian Gym while Hamad, Ali Raza, Ismail and Saeedullah won the Physics competitions. The competition was held under the supervision of Mr. Special guests of the function held at Shadi Hall were PTI Leader Secretary Finance Justice Welfare Momin Rasheed Gorwara, Dr. Naseer Ahmed, Jamil Bukhari, Social Leaders Wahid Khan, Rafiq Umar, Ahsan Chaudhry, Muzammil Aftab and Patron of Asian Gym Haji Aurangzeb Khan.
Deputy Patron General Shahid Khan Afridi, President Haider Khan, Cabinet Members Mansoor Ahmed, Malik Akbar, Haroon Rashid, Malik Ammar, Ikram Khan, Malik Ehsan, Ghofran Khan, Javed Khan, Farhan Ahmed and other personalities were also present. Secretary-General Tariq Pervez, President All Pakistan Judges Association Shiraz Ahmed (Raja) and senior Sazhaji Hidayatullah performed. Players from Nowshera, Charsadda, Mardan and Peshawar showed their talents in the competitions. GK’s class was won by Salman Sani’s 70kg class by Mubeen while Saeed Classic’s 70kg class was won by Sher Ahmad Khan and 80kg class by Waheed Khan. More than 40 bodybuilders from different districts of Peshawar and the province participated in these competitions. Other personalities distributed certificates, trophies, medals, and other prizes. Class winners were given.