Dail Eireann give standing ovation to 'larger than life' Jack Charlton
Ireland's Parliament, Dail Eireann, pay tribute to former Republic of Ireland manager Jack Charlton.Charlton took charge of the Republic of Ireland where he qualified for their first World Cup in 1990 and took the side to the quarter-finals.
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald says that the Irish people have enduredweeks and months of a chaotic Government following a string of Covid-19lockdown breaches by high-profile politicians. Ms McDonald, who leads theopposition to the coalition Government in Dublin, has said that this means theDáil should resume as a 'matter of urgency'.
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The Irish Government has unveiled its blueprint for living with Covid-19. TheCabinet signed off on the medium-term plan for living with coronavirus, whichincludes different levels of restrictions, ranging from one to five. Tighterrestrictions have also been announced for Dublin, which has seen a continuousrise of Covid-19 cases in recent weeks.
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Cricketer Anjum Chopra spoke to ANI on women's cricket. Speaking on Women cricket, cricketer Anjum Chopra said, "BCCI is working well towards the game, they are giving all facilities to the players. Now players should play role in betterment of their game and skills because, eventually it's time to get train to win World Cup. The day we'll win the finals, Women's Cricket will have a different aura after that altogether." Speaking on practice matches before, Women's Challenge Trophy and Women's IPL, cricketer Anjum Chopra said, "I feel, it is not cricket board's duty to organise practice matches before tournament. It is player's duty to be fully prepared before coming to the tournament. I don't think it would be possible to organise practice matches as everyone is in bio-bubble."