5,000 Visas To Pakistani Fans To Watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2011
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5,000 Visas To Pakistani Fans To Watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Ahmedabad : India | Mar 21, 2011 at 8:40 AM PDT
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India has registered 5,000 Pakistani Visa facilitates them to visit India to enjoy the remaining matches of the 2011 World Cup.

The visa had been issued after the security check by the Immigration Visa and other security agencies for each of Pakistani nationals who applied for visitor visa document to enjoy and see Quater finals, semi finals and finals to be held in different parts of India.

Second Quarter final on March 24 in Ahmedabad, final March 30 chadigarh and semifinals will be held on 2 April in Mumbai.

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5,000 Visas To Pakistani Fans To Watch Cricket World Cup
Second Quarter final on March 24 in Ahmedabad, final March 30 chadigarh and semifinals will be held on 2 April in Mumbai.
Vishal Banker is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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