Death was due to cobra bite, after 40 years there was a knock on the door and then...

Death was due to cobra bite, after 40 years there was a knock on the door and then...

This whole incident may look like a scene from a Bollywood film but it is a real life story. In fact, an 84-year-old woman has suddenly returned to her home, while her family had thought her dead for 40 years. Let us tell you that a woman named Vilasa was bitten by a poisonous snake in 1976 in Inayatpur village of Majhgawan district near Kanpur city of Uttar Pradesh. Patara resident Vilasa Devi was first married to Cheddu of Dhirpur Charaiya. They had two children, Rajkumari and Munshilal. On estrangement from her husband, she got married for the second time to Kallu of Inayatpur. He and Kallu have four children. At the age of 32, a snake had bitten his hand while sleeping one night. The family had also cremated the woman's body in the Ganges river.

According to a media report, years ago she had gone to cut grass for her animals when she was bitten by a black cobra. When she returned, her family took her to one of the scavengers. All the methods of Baba proved ineffective and after that the family members understood that he had died. She did not die due to snake bite, but she only fainted and a person named Ramsharan, who lived in a nearby village, saved her life. She had fainted on the day of the incident. He had lost his memory. When his memory came back a few days ago, he told everything to a girl. After 40 years, suddenly seeing their mother at the door, their daughters Rajkumari and Munni's happiness knew no bounds. After hearing the whole story, not everyone considers it less than a Bollywood film. Although now Vilasa Devi laughs happily with her family, it has been almost two years since she came back home.


BCCI gives its ticket rights for T20 World Cup 2021 to ECB and OC

BCCI gives its ticket rights for T20 World Cup 2021 to ECB and OC

The BCCI informed the members at the Apex Council meeting that the board has transferred its ticket rights for the T20 World Cup to the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) and Oman Cricket (OC). The ECB and OC will retain all revenue generated from the sale of match tickets.

The BCCI is paying the ECB a fixed fee of about Rs 11.06 million (US$ 1.5 million) and operating costs of about Rs 40.53 million (US$ 5.5 million) which will be covered by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Will go A Local Organizing Committee (LoC) has been constituted for the event which mainly consists of BCCI staff and some ECB employees. A BCCI official said that the board is organizing six matches in Muscat. The board is giving about 20.95 million rupees (400000 US dollars) to Oman Cricket.

Let us tell you that the T20 World Cup 2021 was earlier to be held in India, but in view of the condition of the Kovid-19 epidemic here, it was decided to jointly organize it in UAE and Oman. IPL 2021 is currently being organized in UAE and right after that i.e. T20 World Cup 2021 will start from 19th October. 

This time India has to play the first match in the World Cup against Pakistan on 24 October. India has been placed in Group B where apart from it there are teams from Afghanistan, Pakistan and New Zealand. The entry of two other teams in Group B will take place after the qualification round. This time a total of 12 teams will compete for the title win. India also have to play warm-up matches against England and Australia before playing the first league match against Pakistan.