Left Menu
Development News Edition

England vs New Zealand: No-fly zone at Lord's Ground after Kashmir, Balochistan flags incident

Devdiscourse News Desk | London | Updated: 13-07-2019 16:59 IST | Created: 13-07-2019 16:44 IST
England vs New Zealand: No-fly zone at Lord's Ground after Kashmir, Balochistan flags incident
Image Credit: Twitter (@ACBofficials)

International Cricket Council has reportedly requested British authorities to declare Lord's Cricket Ground "no-fly zone" during the World Cup final between England and New Zealand after flags with political messages related to Balochistan and Kashmir were flown with aircraft at various incidents during the past matches.

Banners reading "#Justice for Kashmir" and "India Stop Genocide & Free Kashmir" were flown over Headingley stadium during India's World Cup clash with Sri Lanka on July 6.

The same incident took place at the same venue on June 29, during Pakistan-Afghanistan match when a banner was flown over the stadium that said 'Justice for Balochistan'. However, ICC has claimed that it does not tolerate any kind of political intervention in its functioning and is against supporting such kinds of political messages.

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.



COVID-19 becomes a lifeline for Lebanon’s status quo

The pandemic had succeeded where Lebanons ruling elite had failed getting protesters off the streets and giving the status quo a second chance....


Latest News

MLB players to participate in MLB The Show league

Players from all 30 Major League Baseball teams will participate in a virtual baseball league on the MLB The Show 20 platform starting Friday night, MLB announced. Games will stream via Twitch and some could be broadcast by MLB TV partners....

Apple and Google team up on virus 'contact tracing' by smartphone

Google and Apple unveiled a joint initiative on Friday to use smartphones to trace coronavirus contacts to battle the pandemic. The move brings together the largest mobile operating systems in an effort to use smartphone technology to track...

FACTBOX-Insurers return part of auto premiums as coronavirus cuts driving

Major U.S. insurers are offering credit to auto and motorcycle policyholders following a decline in driving, as most Americans stay at home under widespread orders to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.Following is a list of c...

Trump says will make 'announcement' on US funding to WHO next week

President Donald Trump on Friday said he will make an announcement next week on US funding to the World Health Organisation, which he has recently threatened to cutAs you know, we have given them approximately USD 500 million a year, and we...

Give Feedback