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Whats Popular Today Sat 30 Sep

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Sep
30

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iOS 11 Jailbreak – What iPhone & iPad Users Need to Know

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Sep
30

If you are hoping for an iOS 11 jailbreak, here’s what iPhone, iPad and iPod users need to know at this point.

There’s Currently no iOS 11 Jailbreak – it Would be Wise to stick to iOS 10.3.3. Or Not, Depending on the Situation.

The world of jailbreaking and iOS hacking is an interesting one. Apple releases a new software update, patches security vulnerabilities and hackers run after the new software to jailbreak it. Unfortunately though, there is no iOS 11 jailbreak at all as Apple has done a fine job patching it up real nice, and news regarding its development are rather weak.

ios-11-airdrop-2Related AirDrop Settings in iOS 11 – Here’s Where it is

But here’s what you should do at this point if you are seeking to stick close to an iOS 11 jailbreak or any jailbreak for that matter.

First and foremost, it is important to know that Apple is signing iOS 10.3.3 at this point. This means that you have the complete option of downgrading to that firmware if you have updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod to iOS 11. Now, why would you wanna do that? Because iOS 11 patches a boatload of security related issues. This in turn means that Apple has made things a little tough for hackers. So being on iOS 10.3.3 is your best bet at this point.

The second option you have is to stick with iOS 11 and this particular release only. Avoid iOS 11.0.1 completely whenever it arrives as it will further improve on the software’s foundations, making it a tougher biscuit to crack.

Also keep one thing in mind – there’s no jailbreak available for iOS 10.3.3 either. At the same time there’s a chance that there might never ever be one, given the current state of affairs. But sticking to older firmware versions has proved fruitful for a lot of users in the past. Still, there are no guarantees if things will work out positively for you going forward.

downgrade-ios-11-1-betaRelated Here’s How to Downgrade iOS 11.1 Beta to iOS 11 / iOS 11.0.1

Personally, I believe the days of jailbreaking an iOS device are long gone. Apple has already baked enough features into iOS that makes it extremely capable enough to go head to head with its competition – Android. But that’s how I see things, maybe I’m wrong here. I’m certain many users out there are still thrilled by the prospect of having a tweak such as Activator onboard or the ability to customize the home or lock screen using Springtomize.

If you’re hoping to install iOS 11 or downgrade back to iOS 10.x, then check out the following links.

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Relegated Middlesex seek ECB hearing in crossbow points-deduction furore

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Sep
30

Middlesex are to request a hearing with the ECB in an attempt to have the points deduction from their Championship match at The Oval revoked.

Middlesex were penalised two points for a slow over-rate after that game against Surrey was abandoned following an incident when a bolt was fired onto the pitch by a crossbow. The early abandonment of the game denied Middlesex the opportunity to catch up on their over-rate. They claim that, at the time, the match officials assured them there would be no penalty in recognition of the extraordinary nature of events.

But with Middlesex finishing the season in the relegation positions – and just one point behind Somerset – the decision to overturn the penalty could have far-reaching consequences. It would, in short, see Somerset relegated instead and mean that, for two years in succession, relegation is decided not on the pitch but in committee rooms. Durham were relegated at the end of the 2016 season after falling into financial difficulty, with Hampshire reprieved in their place.

“We feel that what has happened to us is unjust,” Middlesex’s chief executive, Richard Goatley, told ESPNcricinfo. “We feel we have an extremely strong case for having those points reinstated and my role, as chief executive, is to make that case on behalf of the club and our supporters to the ECB.

“We will write to the ECB and ask for a hearing. We are not asking to have any points deducted from another team, just for points that we have previously won to be reinstated. We are the team that scored more points.”

Goatley accepts that the situation is “far from ideal” and maintains the club have no intention of taking legal action against the ECB. He also knows there is no appeal process to cope for such an eventuality.

“I can’t believe the ECB won’t give us a hearing,” Goatley said. “The decision to take those two points has turned out to be incredibly consequential and, as the governing body, they have the power to overturn that decision.”

Stampede in Mumbai kills at least 22

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Sep
30

MUMBAI (Reuters) – A rush hour stampede killed at least 22 people and wounded 36 on Friday during a sudden monsoon downpour at a busy railway station in India’s commercial hub of Mumbai, government and emergency officials said.

India has the world’s fourth biggest rail network, but it is grappling with underinvestment and overcrowding, especially in the city of 20 million where rail accidents have killed more than 3,000 people in each of the last three years.

The cause of the stampede on a tiny bridge at the central Elphinstone Road station was being investigated, a police official at the accident site said.

“Some of the injured are in serious condition,” Deepak Sawant, the health minister of Maharashtra, said at a hospital where the injured were taken.

The stampede, at a station recently renamed Prabhadevi, took place after the cloudburst caught commuters off guard, sending scores scurrying for cover under a pedestrian overbridge, said Akash Koteja, one of those injured.

“Trains were rolling in and some people wanted to get out of the station, but others were not making way. When a few tried, it led to a stampede,” Koteja added.

The bridge is usually crowded at that time of day, as it also provides an exit route for passengers disembarking at an adjoining railway station, he added.

Manish Mishra, a witness who helped some of the injured, said the situation was worsened as officials did not respond immediately, or take steps to control the crowd.

Emergency officials responded rapidly, state officials said, however.

“Immediately after the incident, rail, police and hospital authorities rushed to provide treatment to those injured,” state minister Vinod Tawde told reporters.

Railways Minister Piyush Goyal, who was on a visit to Mumbai, has ordered an enquiry into the incident led by a top railway safety official, he said on social network Twitter.

Over the last two months, Mumbai has reeled from devastation caused by heavy seasonal monsoon rains.

Last month a deluge killed 14 people, wrecked homes and caused chaos. Torrential rain was also blamed for the collapse of a 117-year-old building that killed 34 people, and water-logging last week that disrupted flights after a passenger jet overshot a runway.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley sent Twitter condolence messages to stampede victims’ families.

Hundreds of social media users angered by the event questioned the government’s priorities, targeting Modi’s ambitious $17-billion plan for a bullet train to link Mumbai with Ahmedabad in neighbouring Gujarat state.

Many tweets urged the government to fund basic rail upgrades instead.

Reporting by Rajendra Jadhav and Devidutta Tripathy; Writing by Euan Rocha; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

Anushka Sharma cleans Mumbai beach

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Sep
30

Anushka Sharma, who was nominated as an ambassador for PM Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan campaign, has lent her support to the cause by helping clean a beach in Mumbai.

The actress took to her social media handle to share a series of photographs which see her with a group of volunteers clean the Versova beach. Anushka did her bit to help raise awareness and consciousness in keeping the surroundings clean.

She shared the images with a note that read, “Our country is our mother and to keep our country clean is our duty. Every day we do things for ourselves, just a little bit of awareness and consciousness in keeping our surroundings clean will enable us to live in a healthy environment and we all know health is everything. Today I went on a cleanliness drive to Versova Beach with my friends and family and in reality, the pleasure I felt in cleaning the beach is indescribable…. In Mahatma Gandhi ji’s words … “An ounce of practice is worth more than tons of preaching” …. So please do your bit #SwachhBharat #SwachhataHiSeva.”

Earlier this month, Anushka along with a number of actors were invited by the Prime Minister to be a part of his government’s ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ initiative.

On the work front, the actress is currently busy with her next production ‘Pari’ and will soon join Shah Rukh Khan on the sets of his dwarf film being helmed by Aanad L Rai.

Whats Popular Today Fri 29 Sep

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Sep
29

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iOS 11 Jailbreak – What iPhone & iPad Users Need to Know

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Sep
29

If you are hoping for an iOS 11 jailbreak, here’s what iPhone, iPad and iPod users need to know at this point.

There’s Currently no iOS 11 Jailbreak – it Would be Wise to stick to iOS 10.3.3. Or Not, Depending on the Situation.

The world of jailbreaking and iOS hacking is an interesting one. Apple releases a new software update, patches security vulnerabilities and hackers run after the new software to jailbreak it. Unfortunately though, there is no iOS 11 jailbreak at all as Apple has done a fine job patching it up real nice, and news regarding its development are rather weak.

save-google-drive-photos-and-videosRelated Google Drive For iOS Has Been Updated To Better Work With Apple’s Files App

But here’s what you should do at this point if you are seeking to stick close to an iOS 11 jailbreak or any jailbreak for that matter.

First and foremost, it is important to know that Apple is signing iOS 10.3.3 at this point. This means that you have the complete option of downgrading to that firmware if you have updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod to iOS 11. Now, why would you wanna do that? Because iOS 11 patches a boatload of security related issues. This in turn means that Apple has made things a little tough for hackers. So being on iOS 10.3.3 is your best bet at this point.

The second option you have is to stick with iOS 11 and this particular release only. Avoid iOS 11.0.1 completely whenever it arrives as it will further improve on the software’s foundations, making it a tougher biscuit to crack.

Also keep one thing in mind – there’s no jailbreak available for iOS 10.3.3 either. At the same time there’s a chance that there might never ever be one, given the current state of affairs. But sticking to older firmware versions has proved fruitful for a lot of users in the past. Still, there are no guarantees if things will work out positively for you going forward.

ios-11-1-public-betaRelated Download iOS 11.1 Public Beta 1 for iPhone iPad

Personally, I believe the days of jailbreaking an iOS device are long gone. Apple has already baked enough features into iOS that makes it extremely capable enough to go head to head with its competition – Android. But that’s how I see things, maybe I’m wrong here. I’m certain many users out there are still thrilled by the prospect of having a tweak such as Activator onboard or the ability to customize the home or lock screen using Springtomize.

If you’re hoping to install iOS 11 or downgrade back to iOS 10.x, then check out the following links.

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Sean Morris appointed CEO of Nelson Mandela Bay Stars

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Sep
29

Sean Morris, the former Hampshire batsman and chief executive of the Professional Cricketers’ Association, has been appointed CEO of the Nelson Mandela Bay Stars franchise in South Africa’s T20 Global League.

This will be Morris’ second stint as a CEO of a T20 league franchise after a two-year tenure with Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League.

Morris, who played first-class cricket for Hampshire between 1992 and 1996, said the big draw for him at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stars was a chance to work alongside Mark Boucher, the former South Africa wicketkeeper, and Heath Streak, the current Zimbabwe coach. While Boucher is the head coach of the Port Elizabeth franchise, Streak will serve as the bowling coach.

“The thing that particularly attracted me was the appointment as coach of Mark Boucher, whom I know through a number of very close friends,” said Morris. “Working with Mark will be very interesting for me, while Heath Streak is a former team-mate of mine and we worked together only 18 months ago. So when you look at the cricket management team, I immediately knew that’s grade A – sorted.”

Morris aims to establish a fan base for the franchise in the inaugural edition of the league and hopes the tournament can help cricket develop further in the Nelson Mandela Bay region.

“The model is built on the media and sponsorship, but you are only as valuable as your fan base,” he said. “So, as an investor, your top priority is to grow your fan-base.

“It’s more than just rocking up for seven games of cricket. If we get this right, we can get into a position where we can help youngsters, help cricket and get the community behind the team.”

India says GE diesel locomotive factory on track, but to pursue electrification

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Sep
29

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – General Electric’s plan to build a diesel locomotive factory in eastern India is proceeding as planned, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday, aiming to allay the U.S. firm’s concerns that India was unilaterally making changes to the contract.

Goyal’s comments came after GE said this week that the Indian government could incur costs and its ‘Make in India’ initiative would be undermined if the railway ministry went ahead with changes to the scope of a joint venture of GE and the state-controlled network.

“Work in the factory is going on as per plan,” he told reporters.

GE had won a $2.6 billion contract in 2015 to supply the railways with 1,000 diesel locomotives and began work on a plant in an impoverished corner of eastern India, in one of the largest direct foreign investment projects in the South Asian nation.

But the railways ministry said last week it wouldn’t need diesel engines after all – hoping to save on fuel and maintenance costs – and suggested GE might want to make electric locomotives instead.

The contract to GE is one of the largest to be awarded to a foreign firm since India allowed 100 percent foreign direct investment in parts of its railways, and is part of a $137 billion programme to overhaul the vast but dilapidated network by 2020.

The uncertainty over the railway locomotives investment has come at a time when the government is facing political pressure after economic growth slowed to its weakest pace in three years.

A government source said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s office had intervened after GE raised its concerns and the railways had not made a written proposal for a change of plans from diesel to an all-electric fleet to power the world’s fourth largest rail network.

GE had approached Modi’s office seeking clarity on the issue, an aide to Modi said. “We told them we will look into the matter and that we respect their commitment to the Indian railways.”

GE did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The apparent policy shift raised fears for the future of investments in the country, especially Modi’s indigenisation drive to create tens of thousands of jobs for a swelling workforce.

Goyal, who took charge of railways last month, said the government had no plans to make sudden changes in policy and there was no threat to the GE plant in Bihar.

“Our government does not make any sudden changes in policy…we take considered decisions…The Marhaura factory is being set up and I think it’s on track.”

But he said he was in talks with GE to explore ways of cutting costs including the railways’ broader goal of electrification which could lead to savings of millions of dollars on fuel costs alone, besides a lower carbon footprint. GE already has investments in India’s power, healthcare and transportation sectors.

“Going for electrification in a much faster manner, is in the interest of the people of India,” he said, adding he had fruitful meetings with GE in that regard and that these were internal discussions aimed at improving the network.

“Can we look at opportunities going forward where we can meet the twin objectives of reducing pollution, saving cost in the overall interest of the country and yet making sure that the contracts or the agreements that are made by the country or by the railways continues to serve the people of India in the best interests of India?” he said.

Additional reporting by Rupam Jain and Aditi Shah; Writing by Sanjeev Miglani and Rajesh Kumar Singh; Editing by Shri Navaratnam and Muralikumar Anantharaman

Pic: Mouni Roy starts her birthday in style!

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Sep
29

Mouni Roy, who is the reigning queen of the small screen took a giant leap forward when she decided to try her luck on the big screen too. With ‘Gold’ opposite Akshay Kumar as her debut film, what more could a debutante ask for?

With just the right looks that would look beautiful from every angle and in every frame, Mouni is a true delight to look at. With the advent of Navratri, most people are having a ball eating different kinds of meals and playing Dandiya. Mouni too is Navratri ready. The pretty actress took to Instagram to share a picture of her being all dolled up with the caption, “Where s my food ? ?????” Mouni is seen sitting on a chair looking gorgeous in a grey lehenga choli. With her hair tied up into a bun and minimal make-up, Mouni looks mesmerizing.

Whats Popular Today Thu 28 Sep

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Sep
28

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iOS 11 Jailbreak – What iPhone & iPad Users Need to Know

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Sep
28

If you are hoping for an iOS 11 jailbreak, here’s what iPhone, iPad and iPod users need to know at this point.

There’s Currently no iOS 11 Jailbreak – it Would be Wise to stick to iOS 10.3.3. Or Not, Depending on the Situation.

The world of jailbreaking and iOS hacking is an interesting one. Apple releases a new software update, patches security vulnerabilities and hackers run after the new software to jailbreak it. Unfortunately though, there is no iOS 11 jailbreak at all as Apple has done a fine job patching it up real nice, and news regarding its development are rather weak.

ios-11-1-beta-release-notes-mainRelated iOS 11.1 Beta Release Notes for iPhone iPad

But here’s what you should do at this point if you are seeking to stick close to an iOS 11 jailbreak or any jailbreak for that matter.

First and foremost, it is important to know that Apple is signing iOS 10.3.3 at this point. This means that you have the complete option of downgrading to that firmware if you have updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod to iOS 11. Now, why would you wanna do that? Because iOS 11 patches a boatload of security related issues. This in turn means that Apple has made things a little tough for hackers. So being on iOS 10.3.3 is your best bet at this point.

The second option you have is to stick with iOS 11 and this particular release only. Avoid iOS 11.0.1 completely whenever it arrives as it will further improve on the software’s foundations, making it a tougher biscuit to crack.

Also keep one thing in mind – there’s no jailbreak available for iOS 10.3.3 either. At the same time there’s a chance that there might never ever be one, given the current state of affairs. But sticking to older firmware versions has proved fruitful for a lot of users in the past. Still, there are no guarantees if things will work out positively for you going forward.

ios-11-1-mainRelated Apple Releases iOS 11.1 Beta 1 for Developers

Personally, I believe the days of jailbreaking an iOS device are long gone. Apple has already baked enough features into iOS that makes it extremely capable enough to go head to head with its competition – Android. But that’s how I see things, maybe I’m wrong here. I’m certain many users out there are still thrilled by the prospect of having a tweak such as Activator onboard or the ability to customize the home or lock screen using Springtomize.

If you’re hoping to install iOS 11 or downgrade back to iOS 10.x, then check out the following links.

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Sri Lanka bat; Pakistan give Haris Sohail a debut

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Sep
28

Toss Sri Lanka chose to bat v Pakistan
Live scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bat on an Abu Dhabi surface they expected to be full of runs, and unusually, also picked five specialist bowlers.

Meanwhile, in their first Test under Sarfraz Ahmed, Pakistan fielded three specialist quicks in Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, and Mohammad Abbas, and only one spinner: Yasir Shah. Haris Sohail made his debut, while Sami Aslam was the other batsman to enter the XI, Misbah-Ul-Haq and Younis Khan now having retired.

Sri Lanka recently warmed to the idea of playing five bowlers in their Test XI, but this was nevertheless a bold strategy in an away Test. Lakshan Sandakan – the left-arm wristspinner – was picked for his first Test abroad, alongside the more experienced Dilruwan Perera and Rangana Herath. Seamers Nuwan Pradeep and Suranga Lakmal rounded out the attack.

The visitors passed up the chance to field a debutant – Roshen Silva and Sadeera Samarawickrama were left out of the XI. Instead, Kaushal Silva and Lahiru Thirimanne returned to the side. Silva had been dropped after the South Africa series earlier in the year. Thirimanne was playing his first Test since June last year.

Pakistan 1 Shan Masood, 2 Sami Aslam, 3 Azhar Ali, 4 Asad Shafiq, 5 Babar Azam, 6 Haris Sohail, 7 Sarfraz Ahmed (capt wk), 8 Mohammad Amir, 9 Yasir Shah, 10 Mohammad Abbas, 11 Hasan Ali

Sri Lanka 1 Kaushal Silva, 2 Dimuth Karunaratne, 3 Kusal Mendis, 4 Dinesh Chandimal (capt), 5 Lahiru Thirimanne, 6 Niroshan Dickwella (wk), 7 Dilruwan Perera, 8 Rangana Herath, 9 Suranga Lakmal, 10 Lakshan Sandakan, 11 Nuwan Pradeep

Policy flip-flops risk harming ‘Make in India’ drive

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Sep
28

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Surprise policy shifts, such as an apparent U-turn over a locomotive deal with General Electric, risk undermining Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s flagship ‘Make in India’ initiative, which aims to create millions of jobs and boost growth, industry executives say.

GE won a $2.6 billion contract in 2015 to supply 1,000 diesel locomotives – the biggest direct investment in India by a U.S. firm and the first deal awarded to a foreign firm after India allowed 100 percent foreign investment in its railways – part of efforts to overhaul its creaking, colonial-era infrastructure.

But the railways ministry said last week it wouldn’t need diesel after all – hoping to save on fuel and maintenance costs – and suggested GE might want to make electric engines instead.

Electric engines are usually used for passenger trains, while diesel is used for freight. Around 25-30 percent of India’s locomotives are diesel-engined.

The policy shift could cost New Delhi in compensation – GE is already building a factory for the diesel locos – but executives and investors say it is also an important test for a government that needs foreign investment to create jobs and reboot growth ahead of a 2019 general election.

“The GE case is very important symbolically because they have been among the earliest and most committed investors,” said Amitabh Dubey, a political analyst at research firm Trusted Sources.

“People will be watching to see how this plays out, particularly because the railway contracts were initiatives that the government pushed consciously and worked very hard to get these people in. To then turn around two years later and change your strategy will bother a lot of people,” he said.

GE has already shipped its first diesel locomotive to India and is completing a factory in the state of Bihar. It has created around 1,000 jobs at the plant and a maintenance shed, and 5,000 jobs in the supplier network.

In a statement, the U.S. firm said the government’s change would put future foreign investment at risk.

“An alteration of this contract will have serious impact on job creation and skills development, and cause the government to incur substantial costs,” it said. “This will also undermine government’s signature ‘Make in India’ initiative.”

FDI GROWTH SLOWING

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into India topped $60 billion in fiscal 2016-17, almost double the levels before Modi came to power in 2014.

But after increasing by more than 20 percent in the first two years of the Modi government, FDI growth was less than half that rate in the latest financial year, hit by tax changes and a shock move to withdraw most of India’s banknotes overnight.

Yashwant Sinha, a veteran leader of Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and a former finance minister, said poorly executed policy shifts had stalled growth. “Economies are destroyed more easily than they are built,” he wrote in a newspaper column on Wednesday.

India’s economy, Asia’s third-largest, grew at a 3-year low of 5.7 percent in April-June.

THREE-POINT TURN

In another example of shifting goalposts, India this month blindsided the auto industry by almost doubling the maximum levy on luxury cars and sport-utility vehicles (SUVs) – just weeks after first setting the rate as part of a major tax change.

Rahil Ansari, head of Audi India, said sudden shifts affect companies’ ability to plan ahead, and could force changes.

“This is bound to adversely impact sales, by possibly a double-digit reduction, and will reduce revenues for the company, dealers and perhaps also tax revenue for the government,” he said.

Rival Mercedes-Benz also said the luxury car industry has been at the receiving end of arbitrary policies, and a hike in levies would affect its future expansion plans under the ‘Make in India’ initiative.

For change to happen in a country like India, it sometimes has to be done in a disruptive manner, and foreign investors should expect that and plan for it, said Sandip Beri, partner at Delhi-based law firm Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas.

However, the government should give industry fair time to comply with new rules, and analyse its own contractual obligations, before changing policy, he added. “There is no question that industry wants stability and predictability.”

India’s inability to make up its mind on its tax structure and how it responds to foreign companies pre-dates the Modi government, says Saurabh Mukherjea, CEO of Mumbai-based brokerage Ambit Capital.

“I can understand why GE is peeved, but (I‘m) not sure how one should take their broader point on the impact on the economic climate in India,” he told Reuters.

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Reporting by Aditi Shah in NEW DELHI and Euan Rocha in MUMBAI, with additional reporting by Neha Dasgupta in NEW DELHI and and Promit Mukherjee in MUMBAI; Editing by Ian Geoghegan

‘Jia Aur Jia’ trailer: Kalki-Richa get stuck with one another on a trip for good

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Sep
28

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Sep
27

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Jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 Untethered on iPhone & iPad Using EtasonJB

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Sep
27

You’ll be pleased to learn that you can now jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 untethered on your 32-bit iPhone, iPad or iPod using EtasonJB tool.

Jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 Untethered Using the Newly Released EtasonJB Tool.

At this point in time, the focus is set towards Apple’s new hotness, iOS 11. Though a jailbreak for the new firmware is nowhere in sight, but progress has been made for those currently sitting on iOS 8.4.1.

ios-11-jailbreak-mainRelated iOS 11 Jailbreak – What iPhone iPad Users Need to Know

Famed iOS hacker and jailbreaker tihmstar released a brand new tool called EtasonJB and it can jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 untethered. But keep one thing in mind, this tool is meant for 32-bit devices only which means many users out there are going to be out of luck using this tool right off the bat. But, in case you’re wondering which devices fall under the 32-bit umbrella with support for iOS 8.4.1, then here they are: iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPad mini, iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPod Touch 5. Also keep one thing in mind, if you have updated your device to the latest supported firmware version that is not iOS 8.4.1, then you won’t be able to downgrade back to iOS 8.4.1.

Since this is a completely untethered jailbreak therefore you can use your device any way you like and you don’t have to worry about losing the jailbreak status. And the installation of the jailbreak is nice and simple too – simply head over to the official website here, download the EtasonJB IPA file and sideload it onto your device using Cydia Impactor. Just make sure you follow the on-screen instructions properly before going ahead.

It’s great to see that the jailbreak community is still working round the clock to appease users around the globe. Although iOS 8.4.1 is ancient firmware by tech standards, but those who were hopeful enough to see a jailbreak for it sooner rather than later have been treated to a proper solution extremely heavily today. Now we just have to play the waiting game and see whether or not we might end up with something similar for iOS 11.

The world of jailbreak really is full of surprises.

India eye record winning streak against wilting Australia

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Sep
27

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New Zealand have done it once before. So have England. Pakistan, West Indies and Sri Lanka have each done it twice. South Africa have done it five times and Australia six. Bangladesh and Zimbabwe have never managed it. And, perhaps surprisingly, neither have India. What is “it”, though? A winning stretch of at least 10 consecutive one-day internationals. And why is that relevant? Because India have now won their past nine ODIs on the trot. In Bengaluru, on Thursday, in what will be their 926th one-day international, they have the chance to accomplish a 10-game winning streak for the first time in their history of playing the format. An extra reason, perhaps, not to fall victim to dead-rubber syndrome.

India have not lost an ODI since they succumbed to West Indies by 11 runs in Antigua in July; Australia have not won a one-day international since January 26, when they beat Pakistan in Adelaide on Australia Day. While India’s form-line consists of nine straight wins, Australia have lost their past 11 ODIs away from home. They cannot rescue the series, but even a consolation victory or two would feel like an achievement at this point. Should they find themselves on the end of a clean-sweep, Australia could fall to fourth on the ODI rankings, to sit alongside their fifth ranking in Tests and seventh in T20Is.

Form guide

(last five completed matches, most recent first)

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Australia: LLLLL

In the spotlight

Virat Kohli is one-day international cricket’s Mr Consistent. In 2016, he scored 739 ODI runs from 739 balls. Incredibly, he has maintained that strike-rate of precisely 100 this year, too, having scored 1137 runs from 1137 balls in 2017. He is also the leading run-scorer in ODIs this year and has made a century in each of India’s completed bilateral series in 2017. Can he add a hundred in this series to the list?

The axing of Matthew Wade in Indore left the wicketkeeping duties in the hands of Peter Handscomb, who had performed the role in two previous ODIs for Australia. In domestic cricket, Handscomb has been a semi-regular wicketkeeper over the years, though in the longest format, he has tried to leave that role behind to focus on his batting. It will be interesting to see how the job affects his run-making in the following games, and it is worth noting that in the 23 List A matches where he has kept wicket, his average is higher (45.75) than in the 43 games he has played as a specialist batsman (30.15).

Team news

There is no real need for India to make any changes unless, with the series won, they want to rest someone. An unaltered XI seems likely.

India (possible) 1 Ajinkya Rahane, 2 Rohit Sharma, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Manish Pandey, 5 Kedar Jadhav, 6 MS Dhoni (wk), 7 Hardik Pandya, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Jasprit Bumrah

Ashton Agar has gone home injured, which will mean a recall for Adam Zampa. Pat Cummins will be rested from the upcoming T20Is and there is the possibility that with the series already lost, the selectors may wish to start his break even sooner, in which case they could bring James Faulkner back in.

Australia (possible) 1 David Warner, 2 Aaron Finch, 3 Steven Smith (capt), 4 Glenn Maxwell, 5 Travis Head, 6 Marcus Stoinis, 7 Peter Handscomb (wk), 8 Pat Cummins/James Faulkner, 9 Nathan Coulter-Nile, 10 Kane Richardson, 11 Adam Zampa

Pitch and conditions

The Bengaluru pitch has become a little slower and trickier in recent times, but this will be the first ODI to be played at the venue in nearly four years, the last game having yielded a 57-run win for the hosts against Australia. It is, therefore, difficult to know precisely what to expect. There is the possibility of some stormy weather in the city on Thursday.

Stats and trivia

  • The M Chinnaswamy Stadium is Kohli’s worst home venue in ODIs: he averages 10.50 from four games there, with scores of 0, 8, 34 and 0.

  • This will be David Warner’s 100th ODI, having made his international debut in the 50-over format in 2009

  • The most recent team to achieve 10 consecutive ODI wins was New Zealand, whose run ended in the 2015 World Cup final. The most recent 10-match undefeated stretch was, however, achieved by South Africa, whose winning stretch lasted 12 games, spanning September 2016 and Feb 2017.

Mattis seeks Indian role in Afghanistan, vows to fight militant shelters

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Sep
27

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis held talks with Indian leaders on Tuesday, vowing to jointly stamp out militant sanctuaries and seeking India’s greater involvement in helping to stabilise Afghanistan.

The comments come as President Donald Trump’s administration has stepped up pressure on Pakistan for more action against militant groups operating from its soil that are blamed for attacks in India and neighbouring Afghanistan.

Islamabad denies giving material support to the militants and instead accuses its arch-rival of trying to use Afghanistan as a base for anti-Pakistan activities.

But Mattis, the Trump administration’s first cabinet official to visit India, said the two countries would work together to fight terrorism.

“There can be no tolerance of terrorist safe havens,” he said in a statement. “As global leaders, India and the United States resolve to work together to eradicate this scourge.”

Washington welcomed Indian efforts to promote stability in Afghanistan, he added. New Delhi has committed $3 billion in development projects in Afghanistan and trains Afghan officers in India.

But it has not sent soldiers in the international effort to restore peace. “Our engagement in Afghanistan will continue, we shall expand our engagement,” Indian Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said, following talks with Mattis.

Defence ties between India and the United States have expanded rapidly, with New Delhi buying U.S. weapons worth $15 billion over the last decade, moving away from traditional supplier Russia.

Military experts say U.S. weapons transfers aim at bolstering Indian capabilities to develop a counterweight against China’s growing assertiveness in recent years.

Indian and U.S. negotiators are now trying to move forward with a deal to supply the Indian navy with 22 Sea Guardian drone aircraft, whose June approval by the U.S. government was the first such clearance to a non-NATO ally.

India wants the unarmed drones to help its navy lengthen the duration of its surveillance in the Indian Ocean, where Chinese naval ships and submarines make regular forays.

Expanding naval cooperation with India was a top priority, Mattis said, adding that three-way exercises involving the United States, India and Japan boosted operational cooperation.

CHINA LOOMS LARGE

The United States has been critical of China’s build-up of military facilities in the South China Sea. But New Delhi turned down a U.S. suggestion of regional joint patrols with the Indian navy, for fear of a Chinese backlash.

“China looms very large for both countries,” said Dhruva Jaishankar, a specialist on India-U.S. relations at Brookings India.

“The strategic underpinning of India-US defence ties is in the common concerns they have over China, over its revisionism.”

The Indian air force has also asked for 90 armed Avenger Predator drones that experts say could be deployed for cross-border strikes, such as targeting militant camps India says exist on Pakistan’s side of disputed Kashmir.

Such a sale would need White House and Congress approval, sources said. But Pakistan and, possibly, China could see the move as de-stabilising.

Dronemaker General Atomics is pleased the Indian government has won approval for the surveillance version of the drone, said Vivek Lall, its chief executive for U.S. and international strategic development.

“Not only will this platform enhance India’s capabilities in the areas of maritime domain awareness and security, but the interoperability with one of the U.S.’s most important strategic partners will contribute to security across the region.”

The two sides will also discuss Lockheed Martin’s offer to build F-16 fighter planes in India as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive to build a domestic military industrial base.

“We look forward to sharing some of our most advanced defence technologies,” Mattis said.

Sweden’s Saab is the other contender for the deal to supply at least 100 single-engine combat planes.

Additional reporting by Nigam Prusty, Malini Menon and Aditya Kalra; Editing by Nick Macfie

Pic: Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal wrap Kashmir schedule of ‘Raazi’

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Sep
27

The cast and crew of ‘Raazi’, starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal in the leads, finished the Kashmir schedule of the film. The actor took to his Instagram account to share the picture that sees him in the middle of the entire crew shooting in Kashmir. Alia and Vicky have been sharing interesting titbits from the film’s shoot on their respective social media handles to keep their followers updated.

Junglee Pictures Dharma Productions’ ‘Raazi’, directed by Meghna Gulzar, will release on 11th May, 2018. The film is produced by Vineet Jain, Karan Johar, Hiroo Johar, Apoorva Mehta and Priti Shahani.

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