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22-year-old dies after consuming poison as India crashes out of World Cup

Mid-Day Thursday, 11 July 2019
*Kalahandi:* One youth from Singahlbadi village of Odisha seems to have taken it particularly hard after Indian cricket team's defeat at the 2019 World Cup. The youth had allegedly ended his life by consuming poison after Wednesday's semifinal match with New Zealand.

The village is in Golamunda block of Kalahandi district of...
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