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World Cup 2019: Narendra Modi masks disallowed during India vs Pakistan at Manchester

Mid-Day Monday, 17 June 2019
*Manchester:* Security officials were seen taking extra precaution and measures in an effort to ensure the high-pressure India v Pakistan went off smoothly yesterday.

mid-day reported on Saturday that the security force could confiscate anything that was political in nature. Yesterday, a number of spectators had their Narendra...
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