India-Pakistan T20 World Cup ticket in New York

India-Pakistan T20 World Cup ticket in New York on resale market for $175,400!

ICC said that the demand for the  India-Pakistan match tickets at the 34,000-capacity stadium exceeded supply by 200 times.

T20 Cricket World Cup sparks popular interest and business in insular New York

Anderson Economic Group, an economic and business consultancy, has estimated that just the India-Pakistan match is expected to benefit the New York metro region by $78 million – $46 million in direct benefits and $32 million indirectly.

Crowd-pulling India-Pakistan cricket match in New York threatened with terror attack

ISIS-K has carried out attacks in Pakistan and has threatened terror strikes on India. In March, ISIS-K terrorists attacked a concert hall in Moscow killing about 130 people adding gravity to the latest threat.

Canada's policy of giving a free run to South Asian separatists might boomerang on it

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