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Here's how PM Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi react to India's exit from the Cricket World Cup

Mid-Day Friday, 12 July 2019
An all-round show by the New Zealand team made sure team India's campaign at the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup comes to an end. The Kiwis led by captain Kane Williamson beat the Men in Blue by 18 runs in the first semi-final at Old Trafford on Wednesday to march into their second consecutive final of the World Cup.

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News video: PM Modi, Aamir & others laud Team India's fighting spirit at WC 2019

PM Modi, Aamir & others laud Team India's fighting spirit at WC 2019 01:46

Its been a bad day for Indian Cricket Team as India lost to New Zealand by 18 runs after restricting them to 239/8 in the rain-hit semifinal played over two days. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and many Bollywood celebrities have reacted to the Indian cricket team's defeat at the hands of New Zealand.

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