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  Savita Kanswal, who made the national recorder, died in Uttarakhand Avalancha . Savita Kanswal was a national record climber, who scaled India's tricolor on Everest, the world's highest peak, in the shortest time in 2022 this year. 1.Savita Kanswal Personal Life Details:- Savita was India's National Recorder Mountaineer. she was born in Lothru village of Uttarkashi district. There was a lot of struggle in Savita's life. She was the youngest of her parents and 4 sisters in her family. Her father was a farmer, and from that, he is running his house.    created by aajtak.in Savita was very interested in adventure since childhood and her schooling took place in a government school. she took NCC training in the school despite the family's refusal. created by ZEEhindustan.com 2.Savita had deposited money by doing a job of 6 thousand to become a mountaineer:- Savita did a basic course in mountaineering from the Nehru Mountaineering Institute in the year 2013. created by

Virat Kohli sends Strong Message to critics through social media post

 Virat Kohli Sends Strong Message On Social Media.

IND vs ENG 3rd ODI: Virat Kohli is running into a  rough spot in international cricket at the moment. the Indian captain, who was known as the run machine, has not scored a century in more than 3 years now. They have in the 50s, 60s, and 70s and to make things worse, even these scores have dried up leading to Kohli even fighting for his place in the T20. The England tour is also not going as per plans. The critics are into his ears, bashing him after every poor turn, some even wanting him dropped from the T20 side. At that time, Kohli got the backing of his team management including captain Rohit Sharma, who says Kohli remains a vital prong in the wheel for India.

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On Saturday, a day before the third and last India vs England ODI, Kohli sent a confusing post across his social media handles. He got his photo clicked with an inspiring quote and posted it on social media. The post reads: 'What if I fall! But my darling, what if you fly. In the replies, his fans have come in support of the batter, saying that he will soon come out of the bad phase and score tons of runs again. 

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At the end of the 2nd ODI, Rohit lost his cool when he was asked to comment on his poor form. he said," He has played so many matches, he has been playing for so many years, he doesn't need any sympathy. I have said this before as well, form goes up and down for every player. A player like Kohli, who has played so many matches and won so many games for India, just needs a couple of turns to get back into form."

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