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ICC to move Group A matches of Champions Trophy to drought hit regions in India to attract rain

08, Jun 2017 By electroman

After a marathon meeting session with the BCCI committee, ICC has announced its plans to move all the Group A matches of the champions trophy to the drought hit regions of India.

Farm lands to be like this soon
Farm lands to be like this soon

As we are all aware that most of the Group A matches have been interrupted by rain, particularly matches involving Australia. So ICC has taken this step to help the Indian farmers and also to get in to the good books of Indian cricket fans.

Frustrated Australians have expressed their disappointment over their inability to get any points from their previous matches. They want ICC to move the matches to Sahara desert or Saudi Arabia. They are even trying to meet an important person to get his advice on the current world weather. They are seeking expert advice from the only person who circles the globe continuously, our PM.

Meanwhile Patanjali has offered a solution for this problem with their newly launched item. “The Rain chaser”, a completely organic product with no harm to the environment(Never been actually tested or certified). Sri Sri Sri Sri Sri Ravishankar also pitched in to conduct the Art of Living program in Englands Floodplains to prevent any further rains clouds from forming over the country.