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a. a minor infringement or obstruction of the ball, requiring a point to be replayed
b. the point so replayed
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Can you imagine letting off fireworks just before an atomic bomb is unleashed?
SUKKUR -- Members of the Kato community living in Jacobabad took out a rally on Sunday against the Jamshoro administration and police over allegedly letting off the man involved in a road accident that had left seven members of a family dead near Looni Kot on Superhighway about a month ago.Leading the rally from DC Chowk to the local press club, elders of the Kato community told local reporters that the Jamshoro police had let off the driver of the vehicle involved in the accident 'at the behest of the MPA from Shikarpur'.
" You dismiss officials for drinking indiscipline but you are letting off the officers involved in gunrunning with a reprimand or a meagre fine?
"Having a camp fire or letting off fireworks at a nature reserve might seem like fun but it is a risk to wildlife, their habitats and people living nearby," she said.
He admitted his client had "crossed the threshold" for a jail sentence by letting off the smoke bomb and breaking his bail conditions but said: "His commanding officer has attended court today and he has described him as an exemplary young soldier.