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ITF 'satisfied' with Islamabad security plan as India advises more checks

Reuters Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Tennis chiefs are satisfied with the current safety plan in place for next month's Davis Cup tie between Pakistan and India in Islamabad even after the latter asked for another round of security assessment.
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