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  • He offered prayers at the Hanumangarhi temple and visited the Digambar Akhara where he had breakfast with about a dozen 'Mahants'. He also visited the Sugreev Qila temple to meet its ailing priest Purushottamacharya. Slamming the opposition for criticising the celebrations in Ayodhya, the UP CM said that such celebrations were a part of tradition. Earlier govts he said had neglected development to focus on divisive politics. He said Ayodhya was his personal belief and he felt it was his duty to develop the temple town. On Wednesday when the nation celebrated "Chotti Diwali", Yogi gave a big gift of projects worth Rs 137 crore which includes building parks, roads and providing basic amenities in Ayodhya. He also celebrated Deepotsava at the ghats of Saryu when he along with local denizens lit 1.75 lakh ‘diyas’.
  • According to the updated ICC ODI rankings, by virtue of South Africa's 104-run win over Bangladesh in the second ODI in Paarl, the Proteas jumped to the top spot, leapfrogging India. While India and South Africa have identical 120 points against their name, India are placed second on the basis of decimal points. India had claimed the top spot in the ICC rankings following their 4-1 win over Australia at home recently. But India have a chance to reclaim their top spot as they host New Zealand in a three-match ODI series scheduled to begin in Mumbai on October 22.
  • Hafeez had already been reported twice for illegal action and was suspended both times. Hafeez was first suspended from bowling in December 2014. The match officials' report, which was handed over to the Pakistan team management, cited concerns about the legality of the 37-year-old's bowling action, after Wednesday's ODI against Sri Lanka. "Hafeez's bowling action will now be scrutinised further under the ICC illegal bowling regulations. He is required to undergo testing within 14 days, and, during this period, Hafeez is permitted to continue bowling in international cricket until the results of the assessments are known," the ICC said in a statement. Post his first suspension, Hafeez was allowed to resume bowling in April 2015 after an independent reassessment of his tests found his action to be legal. He was suspended for a second time after an independent assessment revealed that he had an illegal bowling action after being reported in the Galle Test against Pakistan in June 2015. With his second suspension coming within 24 months of the first, he was banned from bowling in international cricket for 12 months from July 2015. In November 2016, the off-spinner underwent a reassessment of his action at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane and was allowed to resume bowling after his action was cleared. Hafeez bowled eight overs for 39 runs, taking one wicket in a match, which Pakistan won by seven wickets to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.