Police ranks in F Division (Interior Locations) have arrested an armed robbery suspect, who was found in possession of an illegal firearm along with matching ammunition.The illegal firearm with ammunition found in the possession of the robbery suspectThe suspect, a 35-year-old male of Industrial Area, Mackenzie, Linden, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) was arrested in Cuyuni, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) with an unlicensed .32 pistol and five matching rounds.According to the Guyana Police Force, the suspect was wanted for questioning in connection with robbery under arms.It was reported that the man was seen by the Police about 09:00h on Friday in Kumung-Kumung, Region Seven.The Police said that following his apprehension, a search was conducted on the suspect during which the firearm and ammunition were found in his possession. The man has been taken into custody, and the illegal weapon was confiscated as investigations continue.
Making light of the hype surrounding him ahead of the Australia Test series, India skipper Virat Kohli on Wednesday said every batsman in the side has the ability to win games single-handedly and the buzz around him is something he cannot do anything about.”This (obsession) is something that I don’t believe in, at all. Whatever batsmen we have, all of them have so much ability that every one of them can single-handedly turn any game,” Kohli told reporters on the eve of India’s first rubber here.”This is something I believe in 120 per cent, and even they have faith in themselves. On the outside what people think, we cannot control. I cannot tell people to not to talk about it or write about it,” he added.A lot of talk has been on how to stop Kohli from getting runs in this part of the world where the World’s No.1 batsman has enjoyed enormous success in his last visit.At Adelaide Oval, Kohli has three hundreds from two Tests.”I love coming to this ground, the city in general. I really enjoy the city, I don’t know what the connection is, but I just feel really good here. Not to say that the performances are always guaranteed in a certain place but yes, coming to Adelaide I feel different from places that I have gone in the world and that’s been the case,” said Kohli.The right-hander added that this ground is his favourite outside India.”It happens to every cricketer, they have a favourite ground away from home. For me, Adelaide has always been special, because I scored my first Test ton here. So, from then on the connection started.advertisement”It’s a great place to play cricket in general; the stadium has been redone, the pitch has always been good. So it’s about which team plays better, it’s been that kind of pitch. They are no-givens on the Adelaide pitch. I have enjoyed my cricket here.”Kohli further stated that good memories here certainly helps build confidence.”Familiarity certainly will help the fact that we have played quite a few Test matches here before and scored runs. So I think it’s even more important to know that you have performed in a place and you know how to get runs there.”It’s all about remembering those good things that we did and applying it here. I know England and South Africa were tougher. Australia can be a great place to bat if the batsmen apply themselves well. But it takes character. It takes grinding out tough situations,” he said.(With IANS inputs)Also Read | India openers are going to be more decisive vs Australia than Virat Kohli: Sunil GavaskarAlso Read | Virat Kohli’s Adelaide memories: 3 hundreds and 2 heartbreaking defeatsAlso Read | Fan in Adelaide predicts India will win 3-0. Rohit Sharma responds: Why not 4-0?Also Read | India vs Australia: Prithvi Shaw unlikely to recover from ankle injury before Perth Test