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Ticket sales to begin on March 25

VISAKHAPATNAM, MARCH 13. The ticket sales for the second one-day international cricket between Pakistan and India, to be played at the new ACA-VDCA Stadium at Pothinamallayya Palem in city outskirts on April 5, will commence on March 25.

The tickets will be sold through the eSeva Centers in the district in a manner that will eliminate black-marketing.

All the 16,595 tickets in the denominations of Rs, 200, Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 and a few in the higher denominations of Rs. 2,000, Rs. 3,000 and Rs. 5,000 will be sold through the eSeva Centers.

The organising committee which met here on Sunday decided to sell the tickets through the eSeva Centers after the Collector and the co-chairman of the organising committee, Praveen Prakash, gave an assurance that black-marketing or diversion of tickets would not be possible.

Only two tickets would be issued to a person, who would be first issued a token. The officials would closely monitor the sale process. — Our Special Correspondent

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