4. The Dhoni era It can safely that generally Dhoni did not suffer any major dip of form in ODI cricket and his career graph remained upward or flat most of the time despite some lows after 2016-17 season. But in the period between 2007-08 and 2014-15 remained the high point for Dhoni and India. In these seven years, the Jharkhand man made 5354 runs at 59.48 with 6 hundreds. That rich run can be directly attributed to India's golden time in ODI cricket, a period in which they annexed a T20 World Cup, ICC 50-over World Cup and Champions Trophy besides winning a tri-series in Australia among others. … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday MS Dhoni: A lowdown on numbers of ODI legend, a chase master
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In order to help enterprises overcome their difficulties and prepare to welcome new investment after the pandemic, the province’s leaders assigned departments and relevant authorities to implement solutions to support businesses. Notably, the province organised numerous meetings, seminars, and working sessions with investors and enterprises to discover their difficulties. In addition, the province entered into a co-operation with the State Bank of Vietnam to build supporting policies for businesses, including decreasing loan interest and extend debt payment deadlines. Besides, the Department of Taxation supported enterprises to extend the deadline for tax payments and the fee for land rental. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES JULY 7
We opened Primark before most primary schools. In the hands of the inept Gavin Williamson, who used to be in charge of a company who made casseroles, the Department for Education still can't sort out how to get every school open until autumn so kids can grow up as employable citizens. But the government is quite happy to ignore the risks associated with re-opening places selling booze. … [Read more...] about JANET STREET-PORTER: Lockdown-crazed Brits, a national weekend drinkathon (with no loos) and an ongoing pandemic, what could possibly go wrong?
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