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According to a report in the Sri Lankan Sunday Times, the 12-year-old boy was part of a private under-17 cricket team from India.
As per media reports in Gujarat, the boy has been identified by PTI as Monath Sona Narendra from Surat.
yellow with two panels; the smaller hoist-side panel has two equal vertical bands of green (hoist side) and orange; the other larger panel depicts a yellow lion holding a sword on a maroon rectangular field that also displays a yellow bo leaf in each corner; the yellow field appears as a border around the entire flag and extends between the two panels; the lion represents Sinhalese ethnicity, the strength of the nation, and bravery; the sword demonstrates the sovereignty of the nation; the four bo leaves - symbolizing Buddhism and its influence on the country - stand for the four virtues of kindness, friendliness, happiness, and equanimity; orange signifies Sri Lankan Tamils, green Sri Lankan Moors, and maroon the Sinhalese majority; yellow denotes other ethnic groups; also referred to as the Lion Flag The Palk Strait separates India (upper left) from Sri Lanka (center).
This image shows the Strait filled with bright sediment, while off the northeast tip of Sri Lanka, a darkening in the waters could be a phytoplankton bloom.
Virat Kohli and Manish Pandey steadied the ship for the visitors, and even Pandey’s dismissal did not do much to deter the visitors.
Virat Kohli scored a hundred and Kedhar Jadav has scored a half century as the win is in sight for India.
The paper reported that four members of the team were at the swimming pool when one of them drowned.
Narendra was taken to the Pamunugama Hospital, but later died.
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