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News TV blackouts in Pakistan draw fresh accusations of censorship

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ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistani opposition parties have accused Prime Minister Imran Khan of intimidating broadcasters into a blackout on television coverage of his critics, after several TV channels were briefly taken off-air and opposition protests and news conferences passed unreported.

Khan denies censoring the media, describing such accusations as “a joke” during a visit to Washington this month, but relations with the press and broadcasters have become increasingly strained since he took office nearly a year ago.

Fuelling the criticism, as Khan headed back from the United States last Wednesday a news conference by opposition leader Maryam Nawaz, which would normally be carried live on TV news stations, went unseen as broadcasters held back from coverage.

“Pakistan’s media is facing the worst censorship,” Nawaz told the news conference, which was broadcast on YouTube. “If any news channel tries to air our presser or rallies, it is threatened to go off air.”

Media managers were reluctant to comment publicly when contacted by Reuters, but statements from industry bodies have complained about pressure on journalists and their employers.

News groups have also been alarmed by proposals to establish special courts to hear cases relating to the media.

The All Pakistan Newspapers Society (APNS) described the proposal as institutionalised “arm-twisting”.

“The media is already braving strong pressures in the form of press advices and measures of intimidation from ruling quarters which are tantamount to undeclared censorship,” it said.

Khan’s government dismisses the criticism and says it is dealing with the consequences of abuses by past administrations, who it says used lucrative government advertising business to buy favourable coverage.

His Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) party earlier this month posted a series of tweets warning media houses and journalists that they should not “end up propagating (the) enemy’s stance” in criticising the government.

TURBULENT RELATIONS

Pakistan’s press has had a turbulent relationship with successive governments and the powerful military over many years. Some in the media complained of a severe crackdown in the run up to the 2018 general election that saw Khan’s PTI party sweep to power.

Writers and bloggers say several cases of reporters being abducted and beaten, critical columnists being denied space, advertising business cut to media houses and sackings of unfavourable TV commentators have created a climate of fear and self-censorship.

The military and government have denied state agencies have been involved in any of those incidents. They also reject opposition accusations that the army colluded in bringing the PTI to power.

Nawaz’s PML-N party says it is the main target of a renewed crackdown, which comes after it aired a video apparently showing one of the judges who convicted party founder and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif last year on corruption charges saying he had been blackmailed to deliver a guilty verdict. The judge, who later denied the allegations, has since been sacked.

In recent weeks planned interviews with party leader Maryam Nawaz, Nawaz Sharif’s daughter, have been pulled without explanation at the last minute, while her voice has been repeatedly muted mysteriously during interviews.

Geo News TV, the country’s biggest private broadcaster, has suffered a series of problems since late July.

Coverage was abruptly suspended and its position on cable dials dropped from a favourable place at the top of the list to a slot near the bottom.

Geo TV’s Managing Director Azhar Abbas said the broadcaster had received no warning or explanation and had not been notified of who had ordered the changes.

“The closure is without any prior notice to the organization by the regulatory authority or the government,” he told Reuters. “We have made fervent attempts to reach out to … the military media wing, but officials there also deny any involvement.”

“BIG BROTHER”

Three other TV channels, 24 News, AbbTakk News and Capital TV, were shut down for one day after they gave Maryam Nawaz live coverage earlier this month.

“I was informed by management that they received instructions this couldn’t be carried,” said Najam Sethi, a 24 News anchor, who had scheduled an interview with Maryam.

“We, media owners and journalists alike, are in a state of siege. Pressure to control, manipulate, plant, tilt, block and propagate the news and analysis cycle comes from overt and covert civil-military platforms. Big brother isn’t just watching anymore. He is cracking the whip and it’s painful.”

Ansar Naqvi, the station’s director programming and current affairs, said Sethi was asked not to conduct the interview in line with a request from the country’s broadcasting regulator.

“We have verbal instructions from the regulator to ban Maryam’s coverage completely,” he told Reuters, adding that there was no written directive.

Mohammad Tahir, spokesman for the state-run regulator Pakistan Electronic Media Authority (PEMRA), denied that it had issued instructions to broadcasters not to run interviews. Asked who pulled the interviews, he told Reuters: “We didn’t.”

The government’s main spokesperson, Firdous Aashiq Awan, told a meeting of Pakistani newspaper editors in Karachi last week that the PEMRA was an independent body just doing its job. She did not comment on who was behind the blackouts.

The Pakistan Broadcast Association (PBA) has condemned the shutdowns, while the U.S.-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) said the blockage of Geo TV was “an unfortunate illustration of how widespread censorship has become in Pakistan”.

Journalists’ bodies in Pakistan have held demonstrations nationwide.

Reporters without Borders said in a statement last week that PEMRA, “takes its lead from the military establishment”.

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The military, which routinely denies accusations of interfering in civilian matters, said it would not respond to unspecified accusations.

In Washington, Khan dismissed concerns about media freedom, saying it was freer than the media in Britain.

“The criticism I have received from my own press, unprecedented,” he said. “So, to say that there are curbs on Pakistan press is a joke.”

Writing by Asif Shahzad; Additional Reporting by Syed Raza Hasan in Karachi and Mubasher Bukhari in Lahore, Pakistan; Editing by James Mackenzie and Alex Richardson

Find out why Priyanka is so excited for Nick

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Jailbreak for iOS 12.2 Released

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The other day, the hacker team ElectraTeam released a jailbreak for the current version of iOS 12.2. The developers claim that the new version of the hacking of Apple’s mobile operating system has been improved and that now the hacking of the device will not reduce the battery life and also affect the stability of work.

Note that every year the jailbreak is becoming less and less popular among users, but all the same there are people to whom this information will be useful.

Installation Instructions

The installation process is very simple and does not take much time, note that this does not even need a computer or laptop. True, the jailbreak itself is semi-tied – this means that you will need to repeat the hacking procedure every time after rebooting the device.

  1. First of all, you need to make sure that you do not have an OTA update. This can be checked through the settings “General” – “Storage” – “System”.
  2. Now you need to go to the web page ignition.fun from your iPhone or iPad from iOS 12 – iOS 12.2. In the search box, enter: “Chimera”. Next, select “Get”, and then “Install”
  3. You need to go to “Settings” – “Basic” – “Profile” and confirm the profile of a third-party developer.
  4. After this, find a new application on the desktop and launch it. Press the single “Jailbreak” button and wait for the device to reboot. It may take several attempts.
  5. Done!

After installation, a Sileo shop will be available on the device, there you can find many different tweaks and system add-ons.

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Joe Denly prepares for ‘biggest challenge’ in new role as England’s number four

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Jul
31

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Like mayflies and First World War pilots, the lifespan of an England top-order player has looked painfully short in recent times.

Increasingly, Andy Warhol’s suggestion that everyone would have their 15 minutes of fame seems to have had England opening batsmen in mind. Most candidates in the county game have had a go – 13 of the most recent 30 Test caps given out by England have opened the batting – but with little success. Around the England squad there is a weary sign of resignation that Joe Root’s decision to move back to No. 3 is to prevent 10-1 becoming 10-2.

So it is that Joe Denly finds his unlikely way into the Ashes firing line. Having become England’s oldest Test debutant this century when called into the side in the Caribbean, he now finds himself with a third different batting spot in his fourth Test. He confirmed, on Tuesday, that Root had phoned and “told me he wanted me to go to No. 4.”

At this stage, you will find few who see Denly as anything other than a temporary solution. Already there is talk of Jason Roy – just one innings into his career as a Test opener – moving to No. 4 and a suggestion that two new openers, Dom Sibley and Zak Crawley, could be in action before Christmas. Rory Burns, in particular, needs an improved performance at Edgbaston if he is to play at Lord’s.

On the face of things, Denly may be a little fortunate to have won this opportunity ahead of the likes of Sam Northeast, James Hildreth or even Gary Ballance. He secured his selection here, in part, with 69 in the second innings in St Lucia – an innings in which he was dropped on 12 and benefited from a weary West Indies attack that had already won the series and was a man down through injury – and his captain running him out in the second innings at Lord’s. Root couldn’t drop him after that; he had denied him a proper opportunity.

Scratch beneath the surface, however, and he has done far more to earn this opportunity. He made a century – 167 not out – against a strong-looking Nottinghamshire attack which included James Pattinson in June and followed it with another – 154 this time – against Hampshire a couple of weeks ago. There was an innings of 88 against a Surrey side containing Morne Morkel, too. And, over the 2017 and 2018 county seasons, he scored another nine first-class centuries; most of them elegant innings that hint at real class. He is in form, he is – on the surface at least – relaxed and he is not putting too much pressure on himself. He’s 33; he thought this opportunity had passed him by; everything from here is a bonus.

“Is this the highlight of my career? Yeah, probably,” he said at Edgbaston on Tuesday. “Did I see it happening? Probably not.

“It’s probably the biggest challenge of my career, too. There’s no doubt the Australian bowling line-up is one of the best in the world and, as a top-order batter, that is where you want to be, testing yourself against the best.

“But I learned from when I previously played for England, I put too much pressure on myself. Getting back in the England team is certainly not something I’ve been focusing on recently. So playing in an Ashes series, for me it’s just about enjoying my cricket and scoring lots of runs for Kent and seeing where it takes me.

“It took me a while to get back to any kind of form when I got dropped all those years ago. I went missing for two or three years, with all my focus on trying to get back in the England side. In recent years I’ve enjoyed my cricket a lot more and reaped the rewards for that. This week is going to be a very proud moment and a very special occasion for me and my family.”

His reputation was not enhanced by the attempt to shoe-horn him into the World Cup squad as a spin-bowling all-rounder. It was a role for which he was never suited and for which he admits Liam Dawson was, in the end, a more natural fit. If he has any regrets, you suspect it is simply that he wasn’t given the opportunity to show what he could do in the role in which he is best: a top-order batsman.

“Liam Dawson is certainly more of a bowling all-rounder than I am,” Denly said. “I think it was the right decision to pick him for the World Cup squad. And it was a great opportunity for me to go back and play some red-ball cricket with Kent and get some good form going into this series.”

He is, at last, in the role for which he is best suited. He is not an opener: he had not opened in County Championship cricket for three-and-a-half years when picked to open in Test cricket; and he is not a leg-spinning all-rounder: he had only once taken more than eight first-class wickets in an entire season. He is a good top-order batsman who is probably best used at No. 4.

drafted into the England coaching set-up for the first two Ashes Tests and was on hand to provide throw-downs and, where necessary, impart advice and encouragement. After all he has been through, it was good to see him back in an England shirt. And, after all he has been through, he will have valuable perspective to pass on to today’s players. Most of all, like Denly, he provides a reminder that, whatever happens in the next few weeks, there are a great many things more important than cricket. Even Ashes cricket.

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‘India Ashamed’: Outrage grows over BJP lawmaker accused of rape

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Jul
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NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Protesters stepped up demands on Tuesday for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to sack Uttar Pradesh lawmaker Kuldeep Singh Sengar accused by a young woman of raping her, holding several demonstrations just days after the accuser was critically injured in a highway collision.

Opposition groups say Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP is protecting Sengar, a legislator from Uttar Pradesh, whom the woman accused of the rape in 2017.

“Why do we give people like Kuldeep Sengar the strength and protection of political power and abandon their victims to battle for their lives alone?” Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, a leader of the main opposition Congress party, asked on Twitter.

She called on Modi to immediately sack Sengar, named on Monday in a report to police, who are investigating a car crash at the weekend that has left the victim battling for her life.

Sengar denies the charges, but the case has put the spotlight on the crime situation in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state.

Its chief minister, Yogi Adityanath, a Hindu monk-turned-politician, has said law and order in the state has improved since his party took power in 2017.

A party spokesman in the state, Rakesh Tripathi, said a disciplinary panel suspended Sengar last year and asked for his explanation. “He has not been sacked yet because the charges haven’t been proven,” Tripathi added.

Mayawati, a former Uttar Pradesh chief minister and leader of a major regional political party, said the ruling BJP was protecting Sengar, and asked the Supreme Court to intervene.

Congress party workers staged a demonstration in the state capital of Lucknow, where the victim is in hospital. “My daughter is critical, there is no improvement in her condition,” her mother said on Tuesday.

Dozens of opposition lawmakers protested outside the parliament, holding placards with slogans such as “India Ashamed #Unnao”, referring to the site of the crime. Elsewhere in the Indian capital, women and students’ groups also held protests.

Modi, who has repeatedly cited women’s issues as a priority for his government, including schemes to promote education and hygiene, has been silent on the case.

Reporting by Devjyot Ghoshal; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

Anushka on relationship with husband Virat

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Jailbreak for iOS 12.2 Released

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Jul
30

The other day, the hacker team ElectraTeam released a jailbreak for the current version of iOS 12.2. The developers claim that the new version of the hacking of Apple’s mobile operating system has been improved and that now the hacking of the device will not reduce the battery life and also affect the stability of work.

Note that every year the jailbreak is becoming less and less popular among users, but all the same there are people to whom this information will be useful.

Installation Instructions

The installation process is very simple and does not take much time, note that this does not even need a computer or laptop. True, the jailbreak itself is semi-tied – this means that you will need to repeat the hacking procedure every time after rebooting the device.

  1. First of all, you need to make sure that you do not have an OTA update. This can be checked through the settings “General” – “Storage” – “System”.
  2. Now you need to go to the web page ignition.fun from your iPhone or iPad from iOS 12 – iOS 12.2. In the search box, enter: “Chimera”. Next, select “Get”, and then “Install”
  3. You need to go to “Settings” – “Basic” – “Profile” and confirm the profile of a third-party developer.
  4. After this, find a new application on the desktop and launch it. Press the single “Jailbreak” button and wait for the device to reboot. It may take several attempts.
  5. Done!

After installation, a Sileo shop will be available on the device, there you can find many different tweaks and system add-ons.

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England could have stand-in captain and coach for New Zealand tour

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Jul
30

1:01 PM ET

England may use the New Zealand tour later this year to rest players and coaching staff as they seek to reduce the dangers of “burn out”. That could raise the possibility that they may tour with an interim coach and a temporary replacement as Test captain.

England are scheduled to play two Tests and five T20Is in New Zealand during a tour that starts in late October and ends in early December.

But with those Tests not counting towards the World Test Championship and England also scheduled to undertake tours to South Africa – where they will play four Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is – and Sri Lanka – where they will play two Tests – during the winter of 2019-20, Ashley Giles has admitted there may be a temptation to rest the busiest players and coaches.

“We’re not trying to lessen the importance of that series, but it’s not in the World Test Championship,” Giles, the managing director of England men’s cricket, said. “We’ve got a lot of cricket this winter and we need to be careful with some of the workloads. It isn’t part of the Test Championship so we’ll use that series as we see really.”

The World Test Championship (WTC) is launched this week in the hope the added context will increase interest in the longest format of the game. But the series in New Zealand was arranged before the announcement of the WTC and results in it will not accrue points.

Avoiding the burn-out of his players and coaches is likely to be an important feature of Giles’ role at the helm. He admits there is little he can do to change the schedule – financial realities necessitate an almost never-ending tour for England – but reasons that resting individuals can extend their careers.

“We play more home cricket than anyone,” Giles said. “And while there may be some things you can do with the schedule, there are other pressures – money pressures, TV pressures – that make it a very tricky balance. We’ll probably have the same number of fixtures but more rotation of players.

“That puts more focus how we care for players and make sure we don’t get any burn-out. We’ve got to be flexible with the players otherwise we’re going to lose them.

“There was undoubtedly a hangover from the World Cup during the Ireland Test. After the emotional and physical strain of that seven weeks and particularly the final… I worried how we would pick the players up if we lost. Fortunately we didn’t, but heading into a Test match against Ireland a week later was difficult for them.”

England could also go to New Zealand with an interim coach. While Giles admits he has had “some very relaxed conversations over a coffee or the phone” with prospective candidates, he has been keen not to overshadow the World Cup or Ashes preparations with speculation about the new head coach so has delayed a formal beginning of the process.

“It might be a caretaker coach, yes,” Giles said. “I’ve always said if you looked at the World Cup and the Ashes it was far more important for me to have some stability now and less noise and chatter around the new head coach than worrying about someone going in who’s babysitting the New Zealand tour. I’d rather that than everything going on now.”

That caretaker will not be Bayliss, who has already booked his flight home. “I think Trev’s done and I mean that in the nicest possible way,” Giles said. “He may always seem relaxed on the outside but he cares a lot and he’s had some sleepless nights through this summer. He’s a good guy and I think he’s done it the right way. He’s set himself a goal of getting to the end of this Ashes and then letting someone else take over.”

“We’ve got to be flexible with the players otherwise we’re going to lose them.”

One man who could be rested from the Test side is the captain, Joe Root. Root’s appetite for the game – and, in particular, his desire to re-establish himself as a T20 player – have rendered him hard to leave out and he has played every game (expect one World Cup warm-up match) this year.

And assuming he is not another player in line for a rest, that would mean that Ben Stokes, who has been reappointed as the side’s vice-captain, could lead the team in the nation in which he was born.

That would sustain an impressive comeback for Stokes, who missed the previous Ashes series after the ECB decided he should not be selected ahead of his trial for affray. He was subsequently found not guilty and capped a successful return to the side by being named player of the match in the World Cup final.

“I take pride in being vice-captain,” Stokes said. “I love having that responsibility and it is something that I thoroughly enjoy doing. Being part of that think-tank is pretty cool. Playing in an Ashes series is always special and they don’t come around that often.

“I am very good friends with Joe as well, off the field, and as much as I can do to help him through his career, not just as a captain but as a player as well, I am really looking forward to that challenge. Being named vice-captain again was very good words to hear when I got the call.”

England could have stand-in captain and coach for New Zealand tour

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Jul
30

1:01 PM ET

England may use the New Zealand tour later this year to rest players and coaching staff as they seek to reduce the dangers of “burn out”. That could raise the possibility that they may tour with an interim coach and a temporary replacement as Test captain.

England are scheduled to play two Tests and five T20Is in New Zealand during a tour that starts in late October and ends in early December.

But with those Tests not counting towards the World Test Championship and England also scheduled to undertake tours to South Africa – where they will play four Tests, three ODIs and three T20Is – and Sri Lanka – where they will play two Tests – during the winter of 2019-20, Ashley Giles has admitted there may be a temptation to rest the busiest players and coaches.

“We’re not trying to lessen the importance of that series, but it’s not in the World Test Championship,” Giles, the managing director of England men’s cricket, said. “We’ve got a lot of cricket this winter and we need to be careful with some of the workloads. It isn’t part of the Test Championship so we’ll use that series as we see really.”

The World Test Championship (WTC) is launched this week in the hope the added context will increase interest in the longest format of the game. But the series in New Zealand was arranged before the announcement of the WTC and results in it will not accrue points.

Avoiding the burn-out of his players and coaches is likely to be an important feature of Giles’ role at the helm. He admits there is little he can do to change the schedule – financial realities necessitate an almost never-ending tour for England – but reasons that resting individuals can extend their careers.

“We play more home cricket than anyone,” Giles said. “And while there may be some things you can do with the schedule, there are other pressures – money pressures, TV pressures – that make it a very tricky balance. We’ll probably have the same number of fixtures but more rotation of players.

“That puts more focus how we care for players and make sure we don’t get any burn-out. We’ve got to be flexible with the players otherwise we’re going to lose them.

“There was undoubtedly a hangover from the World Cup during the Ireland Test. After the emotional and physical strain of that seven weeks and particularly the final… I worried how we would pick the players up if we lost. Fortunately we didn’t, but heading into a Test match against Ireland a week later was difficult for them.”

England could also go to New Zealand with an interim coach. While Giles admits he has had “some very relaxed conversations over a coffee or the phone” with prospective candidates, he has been keen not to overshadow the World Cup or Ashes preparations with speculation about the new head coach so has delayed a formal beginning of the process.

“It might be a caretaker coach, yes,” Giles said. “I’ve always said if you looked at the World Cup and the Ashes it was far more important for me to have some stability now and less noise and chatter around the new head coach than worrying about someone going in who’s babysitting the New Zealand tour. I’d rather that than everything going on now.”

That caretaker will not be Bayliss, who has already booked his flight home. “I think Trev’s done and I mean that in the nicest possible way,” Giles said. “He may always seem relaxed on the outside but he cares a lot and he’s had some sleepless nights through this summer. He’s a good guy and I think he’s done it the right way. He’s set himself a goal of getting to the end of this Ashes and then letting someone else take over.”

“We’ve got to be flexible with the players otherwise we’re going to lose them.”

One man who could be rested from the Test side is the captain, Joe Root. Root’s appetite for the game – and, in particular, his desire to re-establish himself as a T20 player – have rendered him hard to leave out and he has played every game (expect one World Cup warm-up match) this year.

And assuming he is not another player in line for a rest, that would mean that Ben Stokes, who has been reappointed as the side’s vice-captain, could lead the team in the nation in which he was born.

That would sustain an impressive comeback for Stokes, who missed the previous Ashes series after the ECB decided he should not be selected ahead of his trial for affray. He was subsequently found not guilty and capped a successful return to the side by being named player of the match in the World Cup final.

“I take pride in being vice-captain,” Stokes said. “I love having that responsibility and it is something that I thoroughly enjoy doing. Being part of that think-tank is pretty cool. Playing in an Ashes series is always special and they don’t come around that often.

“I am very good friends with Joe as well, off the field, and as much as I can do to help him through his career, not just as a captain but as a player as well, I am really looking forward to that challenge. Being named vice-captain again was very good words to hear when I got the call.”

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‘Definitely weird’: man bites snake

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Jul
29

(Reuters) – An Indian man who was bitten by a snake got his revenge on the reptile by biting it back and killing it, the man’s father said on Monday.

The man, Raj Kumar, was relaxing at home, enjoying a drink on Sunday, when a snake slithered into his house in Uttar Pradesh, and bit him, said his father.

“A snake bit him. So, in turn, he bit it and chewed it into pieces,” said the father, Babu Ram.

The man’s family took him to hospital where media said his condition was critical. The snake that bit him was reported to have been a rat snake, which experts regard as usually not venomous.

“This is definitely weird,” said Raj Kumar’s doctor, N.P. Singh.

“I’ve seen people coming in with snakebites, but never somebody who bit a snake and then brought it with him in a bag.”

Reporting by Reuters Television; Writing by Robert Birsel; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

Sid-Pari’s film ‘Jabariya Jodi’ postponed

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Jul
29

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Jailbreak app brings watchOS look to iPhone

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Jul
29

Ever wish you could bring the fun fluidity of your Apple Watch home screen to your iPhone?

A new jailbreak app from an iOS developer brings the watchOS interface to your iPhone or iPad.

Honey, created by iOS developer Blake Boxberger, allows users to configure their screen in several ways on iOS devices running jailbroken versions of iOS 11 and iOS 12.

Hackers, feeling restricted by Apple’s operating systems, will jailbreak the operating system as a way to customize the user interface and develop home-brewed apps.

Jailbreaking is complicated and comes with some risk. It voids any warranty and makes devices vulnerable to malware. The jailbreak community is supportive and quick to alert its members to possible security risks.

Apple discourages jailbreaking, however quietly appreciates the work because it helps the company root out security flaws in an OS. Apple can then close the hole with an iOS update to regular users.

watchOS look on iPhone

Other developers have tried to port the Apple Watch home screen to the iPhone, however, iDownloadblog calls Honey “one of the most aesthetically-pleasing user experiences on the market today.”

Created by developer Blake Boxberger, Honey brings the watchOS-circular design of apps and scales them to iPhone display.

Users can access apps with swipe gesture with animated movements like on Apple Watch. The app lets you toggle between off and on, choose Home Screen layouts, select between circle or square icons.

If you already operate a customized device, Honey is available to download on Dynastic Repo for $2.99.

Honey’s current version does not allow users to uninstall apps, however, Boxberger said he will correct this in an update he will release soon.

After Boxberger unveiled Honey on his Twitter feeder, a follower who downloaded it, posted the below video showing the watchOS look on his iPhone.

Ellyse Perry becomes first player to reach 1000 runs, 100 wickets in T20Is

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29

Ellyse Perry’s unbeaten 47 in Australia’s seven-wicket win at Hove made her the first player – male or female – to reach the all-round milestone of 1,000 runs and 100 wickets in T20 international cricket.

Perry had brought up her 100th wicket by dismissing Nat Sciver in the World T20 final in November, and clipped a four off her pads to bring up the 1000-run mark in the closing stages of Sunday’s chase.

Dominant in 50-over cricket, Perry’s record in T20Is has been comparatively modest with the bat, with just three fifties in 60 innings, but she played a composed, measured innings to help Australia chase down their target of 122 with 13 balls to spare.

In characteristic fashion, Perry downplayed the significance of her achievement. “I guess it’s lovely, but I wasn’t aware of it,” she said.

“I actually think in T20 cricket at international level, we probably play it as much as the men, so I have played a pretty big volume of games now – over 100, so I suppose when you’ve played 100 games you might get close to it. That’s probably the only reason I’m there – because I’ve played a lot of games.

“It was really cool to be out there with Meg [Lanning, with whom Perry put on 87]. I really enjoy batting with her and she’s incredible when she’s going. To be at the other end is quite easy really.

“I think those kinds of totals are always tricky chases. You don’t want to be too reckless but you also don’t want to hold yourself back. Once we got settled, it felt pretty rhythmical and obviously Meg is in unbelievable form and she just carried on from where she left off in the last match.”

Shahid Afridi (1416 runs and 98 wickets) had previously been the closest to reaching the milestone, while Shakib al Hasan (1471 and 88) is best placed to join Perry in coming years.

Perry also contributed with the ball, striking with her third ball to dismiss Amy Jones for the fourth time on this tour, despite bowling as few as ten deliveries to her.

And Perry suggested that Jones’ struggles had come about primarily due to pressure and poor shot selection. “Quite honestly I haven’t thought about it,” she said, “and that’s with no disrepect to Amy because I think she’s a wonderful player.

“I’m not sure many of those balls have been particularly good balls. I think maybe – I hope she doesn’t mind me saying – there’s been some interesting decisions and I think she just feels the pressure a bit.

“She’s trying to get things going and it’s been her shot selection to various balls which have got her out rather than my good bowling. It’s been one of those series where we’ve found ourselves up against each other a bit. I’m sure shell get out of it at some point.”

Tammy Beaumont, who top-scored for England with 43, said that Jones had shown she was a “world-class player” over the past two years, despite her struggles against Perry. “She’s a young player,” Beaumont said, “and young players have hard times and you get a lot of low scores, but she’ll come through that because she’s a very good player and I fully back her.”

Australia have dominated this series, leading 12-2 on points going into Wednesday’s final T20I, but Perry suggested that the margin between the sides had been something of a surprise

“The way that we started with the three ODI wins, we were absolutely chuffed with that,” she said.

“England are a phenomenal side and have been dominant over the last five or six years and they’re world champions in the ODI format, so to be in the position that we are with one game to go does surprise me a little bit.

“But I guess it speaks volumes for how much our team has developed over the last six moths and potentially how important our professional setup is back home.”

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Britain’s seizure of Iranian oil tanker was illegal and will be detrimental for Britain: Iran president

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Jul
28

GENEVA (Reuters) – Britain’s seizure of an Iranian oil tanker off Gibraltar was illegal and will be detrimental for Britain, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday, according to the official presidency website.

British forces captured an Iranian oil tanker in early July near Gibraltar, accused of violating sanctions on Syria. On July 19, Iranian commandos seized a British-flagged tanker in the Strait of Hormuz, the world’s most important waterway for oil shipments.

Reporting By Babak Dehghanpisheh; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky

Hrithik, Dhanush, Sara to star in a movie!

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28

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Jailbreak app brings watchOS look to iPhone

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Jul
28

Ever wish you could bring the fun fluidity of your Apple Watch home screen to your iPhone?

A new jailbreak app from an iOS developer brings the watchOS interface to your iPhone or iPad.

Honey, created by iOS developer Blake Boxberger, allows users to configure their screen in several ways on iOS devices running jailbroken versions of iOS 11 and iOS 12.

Hackers, feeling restricted by Apple’s operating systems, will jailbreak the operating system as a way to customize the user interface and develop home-brewed apps.

Jailbreaking is complicated and comes with some risk. It voids any warranty and makes devices vulnerable to malware. The jailbreak community is supportive and quick to alert its members to possible security risks.

Apple discourages jailbreaking, however quietly appreciates the work because it helps the company root out security flaws in an OS. Apple can then close the hole with an iOS update to regular users.

watchOS look on iPhone

Other developers have tried to port the Apple Watch home screen to the iPhone, however, iDownloadblog calls Honey “one of the most aesthetically-pleasing user experiences on the market today.”

Created by developer Blake Boxberger, Honey brings the watchOS-circular design of apps and scales them to iPhone display.

Users can access apps with swipe gesture with animated movements like on Apple Watch. The app lets you toggle between off and on, choose Home Screen layouts, select between circle or square icons.

If you already operate a customized device, Honey is available to download on Dynastic Repo for $2.99.

Honey’s current version does not allow users to uninstall apps, however, Boxberger said he will correct this in an update he will release soon.

After Boxberger unveiled Honey on his Twitter feeder, a follower who downloaded it, posted the below video showing the watchOS look on his iPhone.

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