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Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12-12.1.2 Now Supports Latest iPhones, iPads

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Mar
31
Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12 Adds Support For iPhone XS
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The Unc0ver jailbreak tool received an overwhelming response from the iPhone and iPad users when it was released last month. It supports iPhones and iPads running iOS 12, 12.1.1 beta 3, and iOS 12.1.2. People who had upgraded to iOS 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 were able to downgrade to 12.1.1 beta 3 to enjoy the jailbreak. Unfortunately, Apple has stopped signing the 12.1.1 beta 3, which means people running 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 are out of luck, at least for now.

Unc0ver jailbreak now supports A12 and A12X but…

Until now, one of the biggest limitations of the Unc0ver jailbreak was that it supported only devices running A8X through A11 processors. It means the list of compatible devices was restricted to the iPhone 6S series, iPhone 7 series, iPhone SE, iPhone 8 series, iPhone X, iPad Air, and the 6th-gen iPad. The iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR, and the 2018 iPad Pros were not compatible with Unc0ver.

Developer @pwn20wnd has released the Unc0ver v3.0.0 public beta 44 with ‘partial’ support for A12 and A12X devices. They released it soon after managing a root filesystem remount with read and write privileges on A12 and A12X devices. The A12 runs the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR while the A12X powers the latest iPad Pro models.


The beta 44 brings many other changes as well besides support for A12 and A12X. The developer has also released beta 45 for public testing with a fix for the voucher_swap exploit. You can download the new beta versions from @pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. It’s worth pointing out that it’s still a beta version of the tool, so it may have bugs that could cause problems on your device. Install it only if you are a developer or are willing to take the risk.

What does ‘partial’ support mean? It means you can use the latest version of Unc0ver to liberate your iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR or the iPad Pros, but you can’t do anything else after installing it. That’ because it still doesn’t support Cydia on A12 and A12X devices. You won’t be able to install jailbreak tweaks. It’s unclear if or when Saurik will add Cydia support for the latest iPhones and iPad Pros.

It will be useful for developers

Developers might be interested in trying out the latest beta of the Unc0ver jailbreak tool to gain access to the root filesystem on A12 and A12X devices. It will help them build or optimize jailbreak tweaks for iOS 12. Public users will benefit from Unc0ver version 3.0.0 only after it gets Cydia and Cydia Substrate support.

If you want to download the public version of Unc0ver jailbreak on your older devices running A8X through A11 chipsets, here’s the step-by-step guide to do it. The jailbreak supports Cydia on older devices, so you’ll be able to install tweaks of your choice from Cydia.

It’s worth mentioning that Unc0ver is a semi-untethered jailbreak. It means your device will go back to the non-jailbroken state every time you reboot it. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to put it back in jailbroken mode by running the Unc0ver app and re-jailbreaking. Many other developers have also been working on their own iOS 12 jailbreak tools. It’s only a matter of time before we will see more tools to liberate your devices from Apple’s walled garden.

Apple actively discourages the iPhone and iPad users from jailbreaking. The tech giant has made it increasingly difficult for its customers to liberate their iOS devices. In the last few years, the company has also borrowed many jailbreak features, giving people fewer reasons to jailbreak. The company as warned on several occasions that jailbreaking removes the built-in security layers of iOS, exposing your iPhone or iPad to malware and hacking attempts. It could also cause the apps to crash or behave abnormally.

James Pattinson powers Victoria to Sheffield Shield title

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Mar
31

Victoria 289 (Harris 141, Copeland 5-74) and 219 (Pucovski 51, Abbott 4-82, Copeland 3-52) beat New South Wales 121 (Siddle 5-28, Pattinson 3-30) and 210 (Patterson 76, Pattinson 4-41, Boland 3-30) by 177 runs

Another shattering spell from James Pattinson delivered Victoria their fourth Sheffield Shield title in five summers with a day to spare at Junction Oval and presented a near undeniable case for the fast man to be a part of Australia’s Ashes squad later this year.

Set 388 for victory in nearly two days following a swift end to the Victorian second innings on the fourth morning, New South Wales rolled along to a highly promising 1 for 132 with Kurtis Patterson and Daniel Hughes well entrenched at the crease.

However, after Peter Siddle coaxed a return catch from Patterson to follow up his 5 for 28 in the first innings, Pattinson was recalled to the attack by his captain Travis Dean and responded by blasting out Hughes, Moises Henriques and Jack Edwards in quick succession to leave only mopping-up operations for the rest.

Pattinson’s match figures of 7 for 71 gave him 26 wickets at 18.92 for the Shield competition at a remarkable strike rate of 34.2 – he is now set to go to play for Nottinghamshire in the English County Championship – Victorian team-mate Siddle will be at Essex – with Australia’s selectors’ eyes peeled to put him into the Ashes touring party of 17.

On a Junction Oval surface that offered variable bounce and seam, under cloudy skies that afforded the bowlers assistance in getting the Dukes ball swinging, it always looked to be a day readymade for the Victorians to complete an outright win. They did, without too much fuss, and the Shield title complemented the limited-overs title won at the start of the season and the Big Bash League trophy scooped by Melbourne Renegades – all three teams coached by Andrew McDonald.

Trent Copeland swung the ball around in the morning air to defeat Siddle and Scott Boland either side of Pattinson’s hook shot to fine leg off Sean Abbott, meaning the Blues were soon commencing the fourth innings of the contest.

Nick Larkin and Hughes were given plenty of uncomfortable moments, culminating in Larkin dragging Pattinson onto the leg stump the ball after he had nearly been run out when sent back by his partner in pursuit of a quick single to get off strike and away from the Victorians’ fearsome spearhead.

Patterson, himself a likely Ashes tourist, seemed intent on playing with aggression, attacking anything outside the off stump and enjoying a helping of fortune, including a low chance spurned by Dean in the slips. However, Patterson also contributed plenty of cultured strokes, putting together a century stand with Hughes that seemed briefly to put the visitors in position from which they might have thought of chasing down the distant target.

Hughes had been uncomfortable against Jon Holland’s left-arm spin, bowled into the rough outside the off stump, but it was Siddle’s decision to move over the wicket to Patterson that drew a brief lapse from the batsman and a caught and bowled gleefully accepted by the paceman.

At the other end, Pattinson returned to coax an edge from Hughes that Cameron White held on the second attempt, and his celebration hinted at the rush of wickets to follow. Jason Sangha was highly unfortunate to be run-out backing up when a drive by the proactive Henriques deflected from Siddle’s hand onto the stumps, but Pattinson was entirely responsible for the two swift deliveries that found Henriques’ inside edge and then Edwards’ outside edge.

The remaining wickets fell steadily to Chris Tremain and Scott Boland, the last of them coming when Abbott chipped to mid-on and Pattinson claimed the final catch. It was the cue for celebrations, and no little number of Ashes deliberations.

Facebook looks to place restrictions on who can go live after Christchurch attack

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Mar
31

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg said on Friday the company was looking to place restrictions on who can go live on its platform based on certain criteria in the aftermath of the Christchurch massacre.

The company will monitor who can go “Live” on Facebook depending on factors such as prior community standard violations, Sandberg said in a blog post here

A lone gunman killed 50 people at two mosques in New Zealand on March 15, while livestreaming the massacre.

Facebook has identified more than 900 different videos showing portions of the 17-minutes of carnage and has used its existing artificial intelligence tools to identify and remove hate groups in Australia and New Zealand, the blog said.

Last week, the social networking giant said it removed 1.5 million videos globally that had footage of the New Zealand mosque attack in the first 24 hours after the attack.

Earlier this week, one of the main groups representing Muslims in France said it was suing Facebook and YouTube, accusing them of inciting violence by allowing the streaming of the video.

Facebook, the world’s largest social network with 2.7 billion users, has faced growing discontent over its approach to privacy and user data amid increasing concerns over its advertising practices.

Reporting by Sayanti Chakraborty in Bengaluru; Editing by Shailesh Kuber

Soni Razdan: Gave Alia a normal upbringing

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Mar
31

Actor Alia Bhatt is living the best phase of life and her mother, actor Soni Razdan, has every reason to be proud of her. In a recent interview, Soni revealed that she gave Alia a normal, middle-class upbringing.

In an interaction, She revealed that she did not bring up Alia to think that she was a star. If she had treated her any differently, it would have messed everything up. Alia was brought up normally, like other kids. In a normal house, and it was a normal middle-class life.

Alia, who awaits the release of her film ‘Kalank’, won the Best Actor (Female) for Raazi at the recently held Vimal Elaichi Filmfare Awards.

She further added that she would love to work in a film with Alia but nobody has offered them together yet. They worked together in Meghna Gulzar’s ‘Raazi’.

Soni is awaiting the release of her film ‘No Fathers In Kashmir’ where Alia’s next film ‘Kalank’ will hit the screens on April 17. She has other films in her upcoming list such as Karan Johar’s directorial ‘Takht’, ‘RRR’ with SS Rajamouli and ‘Brahmastra‘ with Ayan Mukherji.

Alia Bhatt's mother Soni Razdan on her daughter's relationship with Ranbir Kapoor

Whats Popular Today Sat 30 Mar

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Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12-12.1.2 Now Supports Latest iPhones, iPads

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Mar
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Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12 Adds Support For iPhone XS
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The Unc0ver jailbreak tool received an overwhelming response from the iPhone and iPad users when it was released last month. It supports iPhones and iPads running iOS 12, 12.1.1 beta 3, and iOS 12.1.2. People who had upgraded to iOS 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 were able to downgrade to 12.1.1 beta 3 to enjoy the jailbreak. Unfortunately, Apple has stopped signing the 12.1.1 beta 3, which means people running 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 are out of luck, at least for now.

Unc0ver jailbreak now supports A12 and A12X but…

Until now, one of the biggest limitations of the Unc0ver jailbreak was that it supported only devices running A8X through A11 processors. It means the list of compatible devices was restricted to the iPhone 6S series, iPhone 7 series, iPhone SE, iPhone 8 series, iPhone X, iPad Air, and the 6th-gen iPad. The iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR, and the 2018 iPad Pros were not compatible with Unc0ver.

Developer @pwn20wnd has released the Unc0ver v3.0.0 public beta 44 with ‘partial’ support for A12 and A12X devices. They released it soon after managing a root filesystem remount with read and write privileges on A12 and A12X devices. The A12 runs the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR while the A12X powers the latest iPad Pro models.


The beta 44 brings many other changes as well besides support for A12 and A12X. The developer has also released beta 45 for public testing with a fix for the voucher_swap exploit. You can download the new beta versions from @pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. It’s worth pointing out that it’s still a beta version of the tool, so it may have bugs that could cause problems on your device. Install it only if you are a developer or are willing to take the risk.

What does ‘partial’ support mean? It means you can use the latest version of Unc0ver to liberate your iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR or the iPad Pros, but you can’t do anything else after installing it. That’ because it still doesn’t support Cydia on A12 and A12X devices. You won’t be able to install jailbreak tweaks. It’s unclear if or when Saurik will add Cydia support for the latest iPhones and iPad Pros.

It will be useful for developers

Developers might be interested in trying out the latest beta of the Unc0ver jailbreak tool to gain access to the root filesystem on A12 and A12X devices. It will help them build or optimize jailbreak tweaks for iOS 12. Public users will benefit from Unc0ver version 3.0.0 only after it gets Cydia and Cydia Substrate support.

If you want to download the public version of Unc0ver jailbreak on your older devices running A8X through A11 chipsets, here’s the step-by-step guide to do it. The jailbreak supports Cydia on older devices, so you’ll be able to install tweaks of your choice from Cydia.

It’s worth mentioning that Unc0ver is a semi-untethered jailbreak. It means your device will go back to the non-jailbroken state every time you reboot it. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to put it back in jailbroken mode by running the Unc0ver app and re-jailbreaking. Many other developers have also been working on their own iOS 12 jailbreak tools. It’s only a matter of time before we will see more tools to liberate your devices from Apple’s walled garden.

Apple actively discourages the iPhone and iPad users from jailbreaking. The tech giant has made it increasingly difficult for its customers to liberate their iOS devices. In the last few years, the company has also borrowed many jailbreak features, giving people fewer reasons to jailbreak. The company as warned on several occasions that jailbreaking removes the built-in security layers of iOS, exposing your iPhone or iPad to malware and hacking attempts. It could also cause the apps to crash or behave abnormally.

Will Pucovski fifty helps Victoria build commanding lead on stop-start day

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Mar
30

Stumps Victoria 289 and 7 for 207 (Pucovski 51, White 36, Abbott 3-75, Conway 2-31) lead New South Wales 121 by 375 runs

Victoria battled their way to a commanding lead over a doughty New South Wales bowling attack on day three of the Sheffield Shield final at a chilly and rainswept Junction Oval in Melbourne.

No Victorian batsman managed to top Will Pucovski‘s 51, which itself included a dropped chance, but the yawning gap created by the destruction of the Blues’ first innings on day two continued to widen all along despite some strong spells from pacers Sean Abbott and Harry Conway and a negative one by the spinner Steve O’Keefe.

Resuming after the first of several rain delays at 1 for 48 following the loss of Marcus Harris to Abbott late on the second evening, the Victorians soon lost their captain Travis Dean, judged to have been pinned lbw by an Abbott delivery that seamed back sharply to beat the bat and may just have shaved leg stump.

O’Keefe bowled many of his overs with a constricting line outside the leg stump from over the wicket, seldom gaining enough turn to threaten the stumps. But his intent was clearly to support the fast bowlers as they rotated from the Pavilion End.

NSW needed more wickets in quick succession to give themselves a chance of restricting the Victorian lead, but after Pucovski was dropped in the slips when trying to force a cut shot, wicketkeeper Seb Gotch and he were able to put together a pesky stand that endured well into the afternoon.

Pucovski reached his half-century from 86 balls, but after Conway seamed one back to have Gotch lbw for 20, Abbott won another lbw verdict as Pucovski fell across his crease while trying to flick to the leg side.

Two more wickets fell in quick succession after another rain delay, Cameron White attempting to sweep O’Keefe from around the wicket and being struck in line with the stumps, before Conway earned another lbw by trapping Matt Short. The 13 lbw decisions for the match so far are already the most in a Shield final.

The dismissals opened up the Victorian tail, and Chris Tremain fell to Trent Copeland with the second new ball before bad light brought the close, but with the lead already beyond 350, the visitors have a steep task ahead if they are to overturn the seemingly decisive proceedings of the first innings.

Exclusive: Trump eager for trade deal with post-Brexit Britain

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Mar
30

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House national security adviser John Bolton said on Friday that President Donald Trump is eager for a U.S. trade deal with Britain once it breaks away from the European Union.

“President Trump remains very eager to cut a bilateral trade deal with an independent Britain. It’s what the people voted for in 2016, and when they get out, whether it’s now, April 12 or later, we’ll be standing right there waiting for them,” Bolton said in an interview with Reuters Television.

Trump had told reporters on Thursday that he wished British Prime Minister Theresa May well as she tries to find a path to a Brexit deal that can pass Parliament. A third attempt at passing a deal failed on Friday, sowing more confusion.

“It’s very complicated inside Britain,” said Bolton. “I know they’re going through a lot of turmoil. But really I think the president would like to reassure the people of the United Kingdom how strongly we feel, that we want to be there when they do come out of the European Union.”

He said Trump emphathizes with May but would not comment on whether May should step down.

“I think the president sympathizes with anybody going through some of the pressure that Prime minister May is. He’s certainly seen his share of it and I think being a man who empathizes with people in that position that’s what he’s expressing. But I’m sure it’s not appropriate for us to speculate really on what the prime minister should do, or her party.”

As for whether Britain should hold a second Brexit referendum, Bolton said the vote from the first one in 2016 was clear.

“In the European Union they like to say, ‘we make the people vote until they get it right,’ meaning pro-EU votes. So I guess I’d say if you’re going to hold a second referendum and ‘remain’ wins, they ought to hold a third referendum and call it best two out of three,” said Bolton.

Reporting by Steve Holland in Washington; Editing by Leslie Adler and James Dalgleish

Ranveer reveals a secret about Deepika

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Mar
30

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Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12-12.1.2 Now Supports Latest iPhones, iPads

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Mar
29
Unc0ver Jailbreak For iOS 12 Adds Support For iPhone XS
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The Unc0ver jailbreak tool received an overwhelming response from the iPhone and iPad users when it was released last month. It supports iPhones and iPads running iOS 12, 12.1.1 beta 3, and iOS 12.1.2. People who had upgraded to iOS 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 were able to downgrade to 12.1.1 beta 3 to enjoy the jailbreak. Unfortunately, Apple has stopped signing the 12.1.1 beta 3, which means people running 12.1.3 or 12.1.4 are out of luck, at least for now.

Unc0ver jailbreak now supports A12 and A12X but…

Until now, one of the biggest limitations of the Unc0ver jailbreak was that it supported only devices running A8X through A11 processors. It means the list of compatible devices was restricted to the iPhone 6S series, iPhone 7 series, iPhone SE, iPhone 8 series, iPhone X, iPad Air, and the 6th-gen iPad. The iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR, and the 2018 iPad Pros were not compatible with Unc0ver.

Developer @pwn20wnd has released the Unc0ver v3.0.0 public beta 44 with ‘partial’ support for A12 and A12X devices. They released it soon after managing a root filesystem remount with read and write privileges on A12 and A12X devices. The A12 runs the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR while the A12X powers the latest iPad Pro models.


The beta 44 brings many other changes as well besides support for A12 and A12X. The developer has also released beta 45 for public testing with a fix for the voucher_swap exploit. You can download the new beta versions from @pwn20wnd’s GitHub page. It’s worth pointing out that it’s still a beta version of the tool, so it may have bugs that could cause problems on your device. Install it only if you are a developer or are willing to take the risk.

What does ‘partial’ support mean? It means you can use the latest version of Unc0ver to liberate your iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR or the iPad Pros, but you can’t do anything else after installing it. That’ because it still doesn’t support Cydia on A12 and A12X devices. You won’t be able to install jailbreak tweaks. It’s unclear if or when Saurik will add Cydia support for the latest iPhones and iPad Pros.

It will be useful for developers

Developers might be interested in trying out the latest beta of the Unc0ver jailbreak tool to gain access to the root filesystem on A12 and A12X devices. It will help them build or optimize jailbreak tweaks for iOS 12. Public users will benefit from Unc0ver version 3.0.0 only after it gets Cydia and Cydia Substrate support.

If you want to download the public version of Unc0ver jailbreak on your older devices running A8X through A11 chipsets, here’s the step-by-step guide to do it. The jailbreak supports Cydia on older devices, so you’ll be able to install tweaks of your choice from Cydia.

It’s worth mentioning that Unc0ver is a semi-untethered jailbreak. It means your device will go back to the non-jailbroken state every time you reboot it. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to put it back in jailbroken mode by running the Unc0ver app and re-jailbreaking. Many other developers have also been working on their own iOS 12 jailbreak tools. It’s only a matter of time before we will see more tools to liberate your devices from Apple’s walled garden.

Apple actively discourages the iPhone and iPad users from jailbreaking. The tech giant has made it increasingly difficult for its customers to liberate their iOS devices. In the last few years, the company has also borrowed many jailbreak features, giving people fewer reasons to jailbreak. The company as warned on several occasions that jailbreaking removes the built-in security layers of iOS, exposing your iPhone or iPad to malware and hacking attempts. It could also cause the apps to crash or behave abnormally.

Siddle sends out Ashes reminder with five-for on grey day

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Mar
29

Victoria 289 (Harris 141, Copeland 5-74) and 1 for 48 lead New South Wales 121 (Siddle 5-28, Pattinson 3-30) by 216 runs

Peter Siddle followed his joint destruction of New South Wales – alongside James Pattinson on day two of the Sheffield Shield final – by beseeching the watching chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns to pick both Victorians for this year’s Ashes. He added the reminder that 18 years without a series win in England prove that a different approach to the bowling attack is required.

Seaming and swinging the Dukes ball just enough to beat the bat, Siddle provided the ideal counterpoint to Pattinson’s pace and fire as the Blues were obliterated for 121 in reply to the home side’s 289. While his haul of 5 for 28 was Siddle’s first of five wickets or more in Australia since 2015, it was the distinct resemblance of a grey day and mottled pitch to English climes that would have been of interest to Hohns.

On day one, the former Australia coach Darren Lehmann had conceded in commentary that it was his mistake as a selector not to trust Siddle to be part of the Australian bowling attack until the 2015 Ashes series had been decided. It’s a decision that Siddle clearly has not forgotten, urging the selectors to choose bowlers fit for the purpose of moving the Dukes ball around to confound England later this year.

“It was bittersweet after I got picked and took the most wickets in that last Test on a wicket that probably was the least suited [to] me over the whole series,” Siddle said of the 2015 Oval Test. “I haven’t worried too much about it after playing that Test match and doing what I did. That was enough to knock it on the head and show them what I could’ve done if I had been picked earlier so, so be it. And like Boof [Lehmann] did say, everyone makes mistakes, I make mistakes when I’m out there playing as well, I’ve made mistakes in games that have been crucial. That’s just a part of life, I don’t hold any grudges like that, it’s just part of the game.

“It’s something I’ve spoken a lot about over the last couple of years, you go back to results we’ve had and the experience of the bowling attack we’ve had, at times, probably haven’t been the right choices. That’s something that I hope we do manage. I’ve had to play in them and when I first went over there I wasn’t super experienced, did okay but we didn’t win. It’s just about learning from what we’ve done in the past and picking accordingly.

“Over in England bowling together, it’s not as silly as it sounds to say that we’d be a good pair to have bowling together over there later in the year.”

Peter Siddle on why he and James Pattinson could fit into Australia’s Ashes plans

“There’s enough players around Australian cricket that have good experience over there. Not to say they’re definitely going to play, but obviously myself because I want to be on that tour, but look at Patto. I know he hasn’t played a lot of Test cricket of late, but he’s been successful when he’s played Test cricket there, and he had that amazing year for Notts two years ago where he destroyed Division One [Two]. So you’ve got to pick players who are readymade to play in those conditions, because they are a lot different to what people expect when they do select normally.”

The chemistry between Siddle and Pattinson, both products of the Dandenong club in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, was palpable as they found pads, edges and stumps on the second afternoon, undoing the work of the NSW bowlers Trent Copeland, Sean Abbott and Harry Conway to restrict the Victorians.

Siddle’s first over, swerving one ball down the leg side for four byes, was not exactly promising, but he soon locked onto his task to pin Daniel Hughes lbw from round the wicket and set the scene. Pattinson was perhaps fortunate to have Nick Larkin ruled lbw not offering a shot to a ball that may have missed off stump, but there was no conjecture about his scorching deliveries through Jason Sangha and Peter Nevill. Kurtis Patterson, perhaps the Blues’ best chance of a batting riposte, was very nearly lbw shouldering arms to Patterson, before he fell having glanced a Chris Tremain delivery through to a diving Seb Gotch.

“We both enjoy playing together and bowling together. I think that shows out on the field and we have a lot of fun. The success we have spurs us both on,” Siddle said. “The way we went about it today and the success we had bowling together, more so what we did in Drummoyne the other week when we took them apart up there, we have fun. I think the pressure we build whether it’s me building pressure, or him scaring them with the pace or swing and me dotting them up at the other end, whatever it might be, we complement each other very well.

“We did well here and in other games, but over in England bowling together, it’s not as silly as it sounds to say that we’d be a good pair to have bowling together over there later in the year. There’s still a lot of stuff to be done before then but I think it’s shown over the times in the last couple of games where we’ve bowled together that we’ve taken a lot of wickets one or the other and built a lot of pressure. It speaks for itself in the last three games.”

Following back injuries in 2016, it had appeared that Siddle’s time around the Australian Test team was at an end, but prolific displays for Essex in the first division of the county championship last year vaulted him back into the squad for the UAE, with a clear eye towards the Ashes this year. Both Siddle and Pattinson have contracts for county cricket this year, and Siddle agreed he would have a point to prove should he get the chance against England in 2019.

“I think so, I talk a lot about how I bowl over there so if I do get picked there’s probably going to be a lot more pressure on me because I’ve spoken a lot about the conditions over there, how they suit me and it’s just going about your business,” Siddle said. “The last couple of years that’s where I’ve probably been better than I probably was when I was younger. [Then] I tried hard, thought too much about the future, looking ahead to other games or staying fit to make sure I get through the series and stuff like that rather than worrying about the game at hand.

“Especially the last two years that’s been my sole focus whether I play for Dandenong, state cricket, Big Bash or over in England, just worrying about that game and making every game count. JL [Justin Langer] sent me that message in England last year when I was over there taking a few wickets and he just said ‘Yeah, make every game count’. You’ve just got to stay fit and enjoy the moment because it ends sooner than you think.

“The chats we’ve had because I’m playing Division One [for Essex] in theory the sides I’m going to be playing are going to be a lot stronger than the Australia A side. You never really get strong sides in any tour matches or Australia A matches, so the way discussions have been I’ll stay with Essex and play. Could be similar to Patto was well, Patto’s Division One [for Nottinghamshire] and that’s just a bonus for Australia as well. It means we can play more players rather than rock up Australia A with 16 and only play 12, you can actually play if it is all 16 or you might have 20 players all playing at one time in England, with an Australia A game going on.”

There was time before bad light brought an early close for Sean Abbott to find a way past the Test opener Marcus Harris, whose first-innings century had set the game up for Siddle and Pattinson to strike.

Silent crowd listens to mosque victims’ names at New Zealand memorial

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CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (Reuters) – Thousands stood in silence in a Christchurch park on Friday as the names of 50 people shot dead in two mosques were read out at a national memorial service, with speakers calling for the legacy of the tragedy to be a kinder, more tolerant New Zealand.

Dozens of representatives of governments from around the world joined New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the remembrance service in Hagley Park, near the Al Noor mosque where more than 40 of the victims were killed by a suspected white supremacist during Friday prayers on March 15.

“Our challenge now is to make the very best of us a daily reality. Because we are not immune to the viruses of hate, of

fear, of other. We never have been,” said Ardern, whose handling of the tragedy has won global praise.

“But we can be the nation that discovers the cure. And so to each of us as we go from here, we have work to do,” she said.

Ardern, who wore a Maori cloak known as a kakahu during the service, said the world had to end the vicious cycle of extremism and that it needed a global effort.

“The answer to them lies in a simple concept that is not bound by domestic borders, that isn’t based on ethnicity, power-base or even forms of governance. The answer lies in our humanity,” she said.

Security was tight around the service and New Zealand remains on high security alert. Police Commissioner Mike Bush said it was one of the largest security events ever conducted by police in New Zealand.

‘A BEAUTIFUL GARDEN’

Farid Ahmed, whose wife Husna was one of the 50 killed, told the crowd that, as a man of faith, he had forgiven his wife’s killer because he did not want to have “a heart that is boiling like a volcano”.

“I want a heart that will be full of love and care and full of mercy and will forgive easily, because this heart doesn’t want any more lives to be lost,” he said to applause.

He called for people to work together for peace and to change attitudes to see everyone as part of one family, using Christchurch’s nickname of the Garden City to make his point.

“I may be from one culture, you may come from another culture, I may have one faith, you may have one faith, but together we are a beautiful garden,” Ahmed said.

Kelly Smith, 52, from Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, said she found Ahmed’s speech beautiful.

“I loved what he said: we’re all different flowers, but we all look pretty together and that’s so true,” she said.

Performers during the ceremony included Yusuf Islam, also known as Cat Stevens, who performed his song “Peace Train”.

Two young girls briefly took to the stage in an unscheduled appearance so one could read out her father’s name.

“He passed away on March 15 and he was a really nice man,” one of the unidentified girls said.

Mohamed Mohideen, the President of the Islamic Council of Victoria in Australia, said Ardern’s response helped provide comfort and thanked her for her support of the Muslim community.

The massacre in Christchurch was carried out by a lone gunman who live streamed the attack on Facebook. Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, has been charged with one count of murder and is likely to face more charges when he reappears in court next Friday.

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he has been working closely with Ardern to look at issues such as gun laws and blocking extremist content on social media.

“There are the laws we need now, to ensure that social media is not weaponised,” Morrison told reporters after the service.

The service was broadcast around the country. Muslim volunteers, some of whom had travelled from Australia and Asia, handed out pamphlets with information about Islam as crowds left the park after the service.

Reporting by Charlotte Greenfield; Writing by John Mair; Editing by Paul Tait

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It is the only way to download the tweaks that change how your iPhone or iPad works and looks as well as providing the largest ever selection of modified content. Keep reading for more details.

How To Download:

DownloadingCydia is not difficult to do, but it does require you to install a jailbreak first. Here’s how:

iOS 12: Unc0ver Jailbreak

Make sure you have sufficient battery on your device, and that iTunes is up to date on your computer.

Download the Unc0ver jailbreak .ipa file on your computer
Download Cydia Impactor
Launch Cydia Impactor, connect your device and wait for it to be detected
When it is, open the location of the .ipa file and drag it into Cydia Impactor
Type in your Apple ID details and leave Cydia Impactor to sign the file
When it’s finished, open iOS Settings
Tap on GeneralProfiles
Tap the Apple ID or Unc0ver profile
Tap on Trust and wait until it changes to read Delete
Disable Siri and put your device into Airplane Mode
Reboot, make sure Wi-Fi is disabled, and Airplane Mode is still enables
Tap on the Unc0ver icon on your home screen and then tap Jailbreak
Your device will respring a couple of times; when you see the Cydia icon, your device is jailbroken

If you don’t see the Cydia icon, reboot, tap on Unc0ver and repeat the steps – it may take a couple of tries

 iOS 11: Electra Jailbreak

Put your device into Airplane mode and disable Siri
Reboot, and make sure Airplane mode is still enabled and Wi-Fi is off
Download the Electra .ipa to your computer – use the links above
Download Cydia Impactor
Plug your iPhone or iPad into your computer, open Cydia Impactor and let it detect your device
Open the .ipa file location and drag the file into Cydia Impactor
Type in your Apple ID/Password and let Cydia Impactor do its work
When the file has been installed, if you used a Free ID, open Settings on your device
Tap on GeneralProfiles
Tap the profile that has your Apple ID or Electra
Tap Trust, wait for the status to change to Delete and close Settings
Tap the Electra icon on your home screen and then tap Jailbreak
Be patient; your device will respring
When it does, rerun the Electra jailbreak, tap on Enable Jailbreak
When it resprings again, tap Jailbreak – if successful, a message appears telling you your device is jailbroken
The Cydia icon will be on your home screen – if not, repeat these steps as many times as it takes to be successful

How To Delete Cydia:

Deleting Cydia is simple:

Download Cydia Eraser from Cydia
Open Cydia Eraser
Tap Delete All Data and Unjailbreak Device
Tap Delete All on the next window
When your iPhone or iPad reboots, Cydia will be gone, but your device will still be on the original iOS version

Cydia Features:

Cydia has plenty of great features:

?     It is NOT a standalone app; to get it you must jailbreak

?     Download plenty of mods and tweaks to get your device working and looking the way you want

?     Download modified stock apps with great new features

?     Download modified games with new features

?     Download screen recorders, ringtones, themes, emulators and more

?     Most tweaks are free, but some will charge a small amount

Frequently Asked Questions:

To help you decide whether to download Cydia, here are two of the most common questions answered:

Is Cydia Legal?

Yes. In 2012, it was exempted from the DMCA copyright laws, making it legal, in the USA at any rate. Apple disagrees with this decision and, given a chance, they will still void your warranty. Safeguard it by deleting Cydia if your device has to go back to a store for any reason.

Do I Need to Jailbreak?

Yes. While Cydia is free to use, it is not a standalone app. It comes as part of any jailbreak utility and is automatically downloaded when you jailbreak. You can download alternatives that don’t require a jailbreak, but these don’t provide the same level of features. Check out some of the best options.

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CA chief calls for evidence of pre-Newlands tampering

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Kevin Roberts, the Cricket Australia chief executive, has called for anyone with evidence of the national team tampering with the ball prior to the Newlands Test to come forward. Roberts also conceded that further revelations about the scandal 12 months ago would be damaging to the game.

Speaking at the Melbourne Press Club a year on from the Cape Town Test that saw Cameron Bancroft exposed for attempting to use sandpaper to tamper with the ball, as advised by David Warner and tacitly approved by Steven Smith, Roberts defended the swift investigation conducted by the former head of integrity Iain Roy. Roberts also responded to the former CA Board director Mark Taylor’s comments that the limitation of the probe to the Cape Town Test left a “grey area” around whether the Australians had tampered with the ball previously.

“There’s no doubt that that would affect the way that cricket fans and the general public views cricket, that’s for sure,” Roberts said when asked whether further revelations would be damaging to cricket. “I suppose we’re dealing with the ‘what is’ rather than the ‘what ifs’. We could jump at shadows, we could react to innuendo. If facts come to light we’ll be addressing those, and if that means there’s issues for us in the short term because we do the right thing then so be it, because it’ll benefit the integrity and reputation of the sport that we love in the long term.”

Plenty of questions remain unanswered, with CA caught between preserving reputations and trying to regain trust with the Australian public. Corporate confidentiality clauses have been a feature of settlements for former CA employees connected to the scandal, with the ex-assistant coach David Saker notable for his silence since he resigned his post with the national team at the end of the home Test summer.

Warner and Smith, meanwhile, have been carefully managed in their comments on their way back to national representation after the bans, though it is believed that Warner in particular has been involved in discussions about writing an autobiography that would shed greater light on his part in the scandal and his role within the team.

“All current and former employees, like any organisation, have confidentiality obligations,” Roberts said. “That’s not CA being heavy handed, I’m sure people in the room here have had a look at your own employment agreements and clauses in there so there’s nothing unusual about that. At the same time we don’t want to control or muzzle people in cricket.

“The richness of debate in cricket is fantastic … we embrace that passion, we embrace that debate. I guess it’s a balance, we all need to respect our confidentiality obligations but we also need to ensure we’re being fair dinkum towards this notion that we want to enable and empower people in cricket rather than control. It’s not always simple to walk that fine line but it’s something we try to do.”

On the subject of the investigation conducted over 48 hours between the Cape Town and Johannesburg Tests at the end of the South Africa series last year, Roberts pointed out that there was time pressure created by the need to field a team in the final match, without knowing how many players would be implicated. In contrast to earlier in the summer when he stated that the “thorough” investigation required no more probing, he called upon any member of the Australian cricket community with further evidence to come forward.

“If they’ve got any concerns about ball tampering or any concerns about any integrity issue in the game, we’ve invited them to report that through our anonymous integrity hotline or through other means that are available to them,” Roberts said. “We haven’t had any such reports, so we won’t jump at shadows, but if anyone does report concerns about any integrity matter prior to ball tampering or whatever it may be, we’re serious about addressing that, and we have a process to address it.

“We’re really serious about addressing any unresolved issues and we’re sincere in the way we’re going about that. So if there are any reports or allegations as opposed to innuendo, then we will investigate that thoroughly.

“Certainly the investigation needed to be conducted swiftly, we needed to fulfil our commitment to field a team against South Africa the following week, and we didn’t know whether we’d need to fly 11 new players in to fill that team or no new players. The ultimate answer was somewhere in between. So the investigation was absolutely fit for purpose, but we haven’t rested on those laurels. We’ve made repeated and extensive invitations to anyone to report any integrity matters or concerns about ball tampering ever since.”

Following a home summer that presented numerous challenges, not least heavy defeats to South Africa and India before some solace was taken from a pummelling of Sri Lanka, the ODI team under the captaincy of Aaron Finch has run into strong form and growing confidence in India, and the UAE against Pakistan. Roberts denied he was concerned that the returns of Smith and Warner to that team would destabilise what has been building, while also stating that he did not expect the team to be a collection of best mates.

“Justin [Langer], the leadership of the Test team and the white-ball teams in the form of Tim [Paine] and Aaron, they’ve had just about a year and they’ve spent a long time together, a lot of time on the road, that’s a whole lot more intense than turning up to a radio station or an office to work with your colleagues,” he said. “A year of this rebuild and a year of doing that together in sport, is probably like three years in the business world or the media or some other world. So I’m not concerned but we are very focused on ensuring that positive momentum continues.

“In any workplace we don’t need to be best mates with everyone that we work with. There needs to be a foundation of respect absolutely, and I think there’s growing respect there and we’ll continue to support the players with the right discussions and work those through. As to whether every player in the men’s team or women’s team is best mates with the rest of their team-mates, it’s not different to any other workplace where you’ll have some very close friendships, some cordial relationships and some that are a bit more challenging. But I don’t see it being beyond the realms of any other workplace.”

Modi hails India as military space power after anti-satellite missile test

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India shot down one of its own satellites in low-Earth orbit with a ground-to-space missile on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, hailing his country’s first test of such weaponry as a breakthrough establishing it as a military space power.

India would be the fourth country to have used such an anti-satellite weapon after the United States, Russia and China, according to Modi, who heads into general elections next month.

“Our scientists shot down a live satellite 300 kilometers away in space, in low-Earth orbit,” Modi said in a television broadcast.

“India has made an unprecedented achievement today,” he added, speaking in Hindi. “India registered its name as a space power.”

Anti-satellite weapons permit attacks on enemy satellites, blinding them or disrupting communications, as well as providing a technology base for intercepting ballistic missiles.

Such capabilities have raised fears of the weaponization of space and setting off a race between rivals.

(Graphic: MISSION SHAKTI – India shoots down satellite – tmsnrt.rs/2HHGp61)

Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan warned that the use of anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons like the one India tested on Wednesday risk making a “mess” in space due to the debris fields the can leave behind.

The U.S. military’s Strategic Command was tracking more than 250 pieces of debris from India’s missile test and would issue “close-approach notifications as required until the debris enters the Earth’s atmosphere,” Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Dave Eastburn said.

The New Delhi government and Washington, which have generally close relations, have been in talks regarding the event, and India publicly issued an aircraft safety advisory before the launch, Eastburn added.

Lieutenant General David Thompson, vice commander of U.S. Air Force Space Command, said the International Space Station was not at risk at this point.

China’s foreign ministry said it hoped all countries “can earnestly protect lasting peace and tranquillity in space.” Russia declined to make any immediate comment.

India’s neighbor and arch-rival, Pakistan, said space is the “common heritage of mankind, and every nation has the responsibility to avoid actions which can lead to the militarization of this arena.”

Tensions flared last month between the nuclear-armed foes after a militant attack in the disputed region of Kashmir.

India has had a space program for years, providing Earth-imaging satellites and launch capabilities as a cheaper alternative to Western space services. It sent a low-cost probe to Mars in 2014 and plans its first manned space mission by 2022. India also launched a lunar mission, Chandrayaan-1, in 2008 that included an orbiter and an impact probe.

The latest test, conducted from an island off India’s east coast, was aimed at protecting the country’s assets in space against foreign attacks, the government said.

A ballistic missile defense interceptor produced by the government’s Defence Research and Development Organisation was used to shoot down the satellite, the foreign ministry said.

“The capability achieved … provides credible deterrence against threats to our growing space-based assets from long-range missiles, and proliferation in the types and numbers of missiles,” it said in a statement.

The three-minute test in the low-Earth orbit ensured there was no debris in space and the remnants would “decay and fall back on to the Earth within weeks,” the ministry added.

But Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey said the risk of fragments hitting other objects in space remained.

“One of the big risks of a hit-to-kill ASAT (anti-satellite weapon) is that it shatters the target, leaving a cloud of lethal debris that threatens other satellites. In an extreme scenario, there is even a risk of ‘collisional cascading’ in which one breakup triggers others in a chain reaction.”

“While tests can be arranged to minimize this risk, any operational use of such a system in war poses a real threat to all satellites in orbit at similar altitude.”

China destroyed a satellite in 2007, creating the largest orbital debris cloud in history, with more than 3,000 objects, according to the Secure World Foundation.

China’s test spurred India to develop its anti-satellite capability, said Ajay Lele, a senior fellow of the government-funded Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses in New Delhi.

Indian defense scientists had sought political approval for live tests but successive governments had baulked, fearing international condemnation, an Indian defense official said.

Brahma Chellaney, a security expert at New Delhi’s Centre of Policy Research, said the United States, Russia and China were pursuing anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons.

“Space is being turned into a battlefront, making counter-space capabilities critical. In this light, India’s successful ‘kill’ with an ASAT weapon is significant.”

UNITED STATES A PIONEER

The United States ran the first anti-satellite test in 1959, when satellites were rare and new.

In the 1960s and early 1970s, the Soviet Union tested a weapon that would be launched into orbit, approach enemy satellites and destroy them with an explosive charge, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists.

In 1985 the United States tested the ASM-135, launched from an F-15 fighter, destroying a U.S. satellite called Solwind P78-1.

There were no tests for more than 20 years, until China entered the anti-satellite arena in 2007.

The following year, the United States used a ship-launched SM-3 missile to destroy a defunct spy satellite in Operation Burnt Frost.

Modi’s Hindu nationalist-led government has taken a strong position on national security, launching air strikes last month on a suspected militant camp in Pakistan that spurred retaliatory raids.

Although he faces criticism for failing to deliver on high economic growth and create jobs, a hawkish position on security should help Modi at the ballot box, pollsters say.

The leader of the main opposition Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, congratulated defense scientists but took a dig at Modi for the announcement on a day that commemorates theatricals.

“I would also like to wish the prime minister a very happy World Theatre Day,” Gandhi said. School children held flags in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad celebrating the test.

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A concern for India is that China could help its old ally Pakistan neutralize any advantage.

“Pakistan and China have a very deep strategic kind of partnership. So some kind of sharing of capabilities can’t be ignored,” Uday Bhaskar, director of the Society for Policy Studies, another Delhi think-tank, said.

Additional reporting by Gerry Doyle in SINGAPORE, Zeba Siddiqui in NEW DELHI, Ben Blanchard in BEIJING, James Mackenzie in ISLAMABAD, Polina Nikolskaya in MOSCOW and Stephanie Nebehay in GENEVAWriting by Sanjeev MiglaniEditing by Robert Birsel and Clarence Fernandez, William Maclean

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