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Ashfaq, Shabber hand UAE series sweep

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Aug
9

Ashfaq Ahmed smashed a career-best 75 while Ghulam Shabber hit 58* – his first T20I half-century – to lead United Arab Emirates to a seven-wicket win against Netherlands in the fourth match, completing a 4-0 series sweep.

Ashfaq ended the series with scores of 54, 25, 26 and 75 – having never got into double figures in six previous T20Is.

Netherlands captain Pieter Seelaar won the toss and chose to bat, but while there were several useful contributions by the home side’s batsmen, nobody carried on to get a big score. Netherlands ended up with 150 for 6 in their 20 overs. Each of the top six got into double figures, and four crossed 25, but none made higher than 28.

Opener Max O’Dowd got the game off to a brisk start, and by the time he fell for a 21-ball 28, Netherlands had 46 in five overs. However, that would remain the highest stand of the innings. Stephan Myburgh and Seelaar both made 25, and Antonius Staal’s unbeaten 28 off 16 gave the innings fillip at the death, but Netherlands couldn’t really kick on in the middle.

Ashfaq had a good first half too, giving up just 20 runs in four overs and castling Myburgh, to be the most economical among the UAE bowlers. Sultan Ahmed bagged 2 for 29, the best figures of the innings.

In UAE’s chase, Zawar Farid fell in the second over, but thereafter Ashfaq and Shabber got together in a partnership that put the match beyond Netherlands. The two put on 111 runs in just 14.3 overs, with both men scoring freely. Ashfaq’s wicket broke the partnership, but not before he had hit 11 fours and two sixes in a 53-ball innings. Muhammad Usman fell three balls later, but Shabber stayed the course to steer his team home in 19.4 overs.

For Netherlands, the wicket-takers were Vivian Kingma, Hidde Overdijk, and Phillippe Boissevain.

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Pakistan opposition leader Maryam Nawaz arrested in graft probe

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Aug
8

LAHORE/ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s anti-corruption bureau arrested opposition leader Maryam Nawaz on Thursday, a party spokeswoman said, the latest high-profile detention of a member of the Sharif political dynasty.

The daughter of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was arrested with her cousin, Yousaf Abbas, while attempting to visit her father at a jail in Lahore, where he is being held after being convicted of graft.

“Maryam and Abbas have been arrested in the Chaudhry Sugar Mills case,” Azma Bukhari, a spokeswoman for her Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) party, told Reuters.

The case relates to a sugar mill owned by the family, which has dominated the country’s politics for three decades, and says the cases against it are politically motivated.

Maryam is one of the few opposition figures to openly criticise Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistan’s powerful military, accusing them in recent weeks of censoring rallies and press conferences held by her party.

Khan and the military deny any blackout of the party or that the cases against the family are politically motivated.

The National Accountability Bureau, the federal anti-corruption force, confirmed the arrests.

“They have been arrested but where they will be kept will be decided by our headquarters in Islamabad,” a spokesman for the NAB in Lahore told Reuters.

Reporting by Mubasher Bukhari in Lahore and Asif Shahzad in Islamabad; Writing by Alasdair Pal; Editing by Clarence Fernandez

Here are the celebs who opted for surrogacy

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Aug
8

Tushar Kapoor became a single parent to his baby boy Laksshya, via surrogacy. Laksshya was born on June 1, 2016, and became the first grandchild of Jeetendra and Shobha Kapoor. Tushar, who is still unmarried, always wanted to adopt a child. However, the actor opted for surrogacy and so did his sister Ekta Kapoor.

Apple will provide jailbroken iPhones to researchers investigating iOS security

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Aug
8

A report a few months ago revealed there’s a booming black market for developer iPhones that can be used to hunt down undiscovered iOS vulnerabilities. While they cost thousands of dollars each, the investment might be worth it to hackers looking to sell their iPhone security-cracking discoveries to the highest bidder.

Apple is quick to patch new vulnerabilities, but the company wants to expedite the process. To do so, Apple will reportedly provide security researchers iPhones similars to the ones being sold on the black market. These jailbroken devices are supposed to make it easier for devs to figure out iOS code issues and report them back to Apple before hackers get a chance to abuse the same holes.

Trusted “rock star hackers” who are part of Apple’s invitation-only bug bounty program will be the recipients of these jailbroken devices. That means Apple will be able to control who gets access to these devices and avoid having them spill over into the same iPhone black market. Per Forbes, these devices will be almost as powerful as Apple’s own devices, but they’ll be “lite” models with no access to the decrypted iPhone firmware.

What makes these iPhones special? One source with knowledge of the Apple announcement said they would essentially be “dev devices.” Think of them as iPhones that allow the user to do a lot more than they could on a traditionally locked-down iPhone. For instance, it should be possible to probe pieces of the Apple operating system that aren’t easily accessible on a commercial iPhone. In particular, the special devices could allow hackers to stop the processor and inspect memory for vulnerabilities. This would allow them to see what happens at the code level when they attempt an attack on iOS code.

It’s unclear which specific iPhone models Apple will provide to these trusted researchers.

Additionally, Apple wants to open a Mac bug bounty program that will also offer financial incentives to researchers who find vulnerabilities and alert Apple. It’s unclear when the Mac bug bounty program will be announced. Apple might reveal more details on Thursday when Apple’s head of security and engineering Ivan Krsti? will deliver a Black Hat talk titled Behind the Scenes of iOS and Mac Security.

Toronto Nationals and Montreal Tigers refuse to take field over unpaid wages

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Aug
8

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A player protest erupted at the Global T20 Canada on Wednesday when a second round match between Toronto Nationals and Montreal Tigers was delayed for two hours. Both sides initially refused to take the bus at the scheduled departure time from the team hotel to the CAA Centre in Brampton and multiple ESPNcricinfo sources stated that it was a protest over unpaid wages.

TV coverage of the match made no mention of the protest. Hotstar, which has the USA rights for the Global T20 Canada, initially ran a scroll that only said the match “will begin shortly” but later updated it to say the delay was “due to a technical issue at the venue.” UK broadcaster FreeSports showed a replay of a NASCAR race with no mention of any reason for the change in coverage.

Global T20 Canada made a statement via their Twitter account at 12:40 pm local time in Toronto, also making no mention of the protest. Instead, the account stated that the match had been “delayed due to technical reasons” and announced that it had been pushed back to a 2:30 pm local time start from the originally scheduled 2:30 pm, and that it would remain a full 20-over contest. A source confirmed that team buses eventually left the hotel at 1 pm.

The protest is also significant due to the involvement of Toronto Nationals, led by Yuvraj Singh. Toronto entered the day in fifth place on four points and needed a win in order to advance to the play-off stage so abandoning the match via protest would have ended their season but were apparently willing to take that risk in order to ensure their players were paid. League organizers had hosted a fundraiser on Monday night for his YouWeCan Foundation.

Rather than drawing a line under the matter with Toronto and Montreal expected to take the field after a two-hour delay, ESPNcricinfo understands the protest is not limited to these two teams. Sources have said other squads have told team and league owners Bombay Sports Limited that they will refuse to take the field for the playoff stage beginning on Thursday if their unpaid wages have not been fulfilled.

“We’re not gonna play until we get paid,” one player from another team, who asked not to be named, told ESPNcricinfo in a phone call from Toronto.

According to the league’s contract structure provided by multiple sources, 10-15% of the players’ salaries was supposed to be paid before the start of the tournament while a remaining 75% was due by the end of the first round, which concluded on Sunday. However, sources have stated that the majority of players across all teams have not been paid any money.

Sources have also stated that a protest had been planned by Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks before Tuesday’s second round match before owners managed to facilitate a 45% payment to some, but not all, players. The match wound up being abandoned without a ball bowled due to a wet outfield.

It’s the latest in a series of pay issues to have affected the tournament. A number of Canada players are reported to have been furious when their reserve prices were suddenly capped at US$7500 on the day of the draft without any explanation from organizers. Canada captain Davy Jacobs, who had set his initial reserve price at $25,000, was drafted by Edmonton Royals but withdrew on the eve of the tournament, posting a Facebook message to say he had decided to focus on his construction business instead.

Sources have also told ESPNcricinfo that some player payments from the 2018 Global T20 Canada tournament are also outstanding. Specifically, some players who were named player of the match over the course of the season have not received their award payments.

Bombay Sports Limited, the owners of the league, are also the organizers of the Euro T20 Slam, which is due to begin on August 30.

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Sporadic protests as Kashmir seethes under clampdown

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Aug
7

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) – Thousands of Indian security forces kept a lid on protests in disputed Kashmir on Wednesday, helped by the continued suspension of telephone and internet services after the Himalayan region’s special status was scrapped this week.

Neighbours China and Pakistan, which both claim parts of the region, have voiced fierce opposition to India’s move dropping a constitutional provision that had allowed the country’s only Muslim-majority state to make its own laws.

Streets in the region’s main city of Srinagar were deserted for a third day, with almost all shops shut, barring some chemists. Armed federal police manned mobile checkpoints across the city, limiting people’s movement.

Knots of young protesters threw stones at soldiers, police and a witness said, amid anger over the telecoms clampdown that began on Sunday.

“These (protests) are mostly localised because of the heavy troop deployment,” said a police officer who sought anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to media, adding that police used tear gas and pepper spray to scatter the protesters.

A witness described an episode of hours of stone-throwing on Tuesday in the Old Barzullah area near the city centre, saying, “I saw around 100 boys, in small groups, pelting stones.”

He added, “The police fired tear gas to beat them back.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government detained regional leaders and heads of separatist groups before Monday’s announcement, which also split the state into two federal territories to ensure greater control.

India has been fighting an armed revolt in Kashmir since 1989, which it blames Pakistan for stoking. In reply, Islamabad says it only gives moral and diplomatic support to the Kashmiri people in their struggle for self-determination.

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All telephone, television, and internet connections stayed severed. By night, police vans had patrolled the streets, with loudspeakers warning residents to stay indoors.

Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal had asked officials to ensure people had enough supplies and assured them of their security, Reuters partner ANI said in a report.

Local authorities have not declared a curfew, but instead clamped down on non-essential travel and gatherings of four or more, effectively keeping restive people in their homes.

South Kashmir, the epicentre of the insurgency in recent years, was completely locked down, said a state government official who visited the area.

“The highway was deserted, except for some trucks and buses carrying labourers out of the valley,” added the official, who asked not to be named.

Officials of emergency services, such as hospitals and the fire department, said their staff were also frequently stopped at checkpoints, with access sometimes blocked.

The principal of Srinagar’s Government Medical College, which runs the state’s largest hospital network, comprising about 3,500 beds, has to personally visit district officials to coordinate services or seek approvals, a hospital official said.

“The principal doesn’t have any means of communication,” added the official, who asked not to be identified. “Police stations have been given satellite phones but not him. That shows their (government’s) priority.”

About 200 police and local administration officials have received satellite phones, with several hundred more using a restricted military network, a police official said.

One hospital that is part of the medical college asked patients to leave as doctors and staff numbers dwindle.

“If we go, we don’t know whether we’ll be able to come back in case there’s any complication,” said Syed Tabasum, a cancer surgery patient worried at having to leave before her discharge set for Friday.

Srinagar’s fire officials also fear people might not be able to reach them in emergencies.

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“Communication is a lifeline,” said one fire official, who requested anonymity. “Only if someone contacts us can we do something.”

A radio communications network links the city’s 21 fire stations, but with telephone lines down and no satellite phones, firemen can only be alerted by a call from police or an individual who visits a fire-station.

One such individual told authorities of a three-storey blaze late on Monday, but by the time fire trucks got to the site, the fire had destroyed the first floor, another fire official said.

Editing by Sanjeev Miglani and Clarence Fernandez

Hrithik’s grandad J Om Prakash passes away

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Aug
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Apple Card terms specify that iPhone holders can’t jailbreak their phone

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Heather Knight leads Western Storm to win despite Amy Jones’ efforts

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Aug
7

Western Storm 126 for 3 (Knight 41) beat Loughborough Lightning 125 for 6 (Jones 65, Davies 2-24) by seven wickets

England captain Heather Knight shrugged off the disappointment of a heavy defeat in the Ashes to lead Western Storm to a winning start in the Kia Super League.

Knight hit 41 as Storm eased to a seven-wicket win over the 2018 runners-up Loughborough Lightning, who were always up against it after posting a 20-over total of 126 for 6 at their Haslegrave Ground, despite a fine 65 from Knight’s international team-mate Amy Jones. Storm completed their victory with 18 balls to spare after Knight and India batsman Smriti Mandhana had added 54 in just over seven overs for the second wicket.

Both fell to Sarah Glenn, both caught in the deep by Georgia Adams, who held on to a superb diving effort at long-off to deny Knight as she closed in on a half-century. But a couple of wickets for the promising legspinner was a small consolation for the home side.

Lightning had made an awful start when they batted, losing two of their overseas stars in the opening two overs after Georgia Elwiss had decided to bat first, neither of whom made a run.

The West Indies allrounder Hayley Matthews was out to the second delivery of the innings, leg before to England seamer Freya Davies. Sri Lanka’s Chamari Atapattu was next, top-edging offspinner Claire Nicholas on the leg side as she tried to get off the mark, wicketkeeper Rachel Priest having time to jog round and take the catch.

When Elwiss became the third out for a duck, bowled by India offspinner Deepti Sharma, Lightning were 15 for 3. Storm could hardly have wanted a better start, conceding only three boundaries in the Powerplay overs as the home side limped to 27 for 3.

All three had come off the bat of Jones, who put behind her dismal white-ball form in the Ashes series to take charge, posting her second half-century in Lightning colours during a partnership of 77 for the fourth wicket with South Africa’s Mignon du Preez.

She had a let-off on 44 when she was dropped at deep backward square off Nicholas, fielder Danielle Gibson picking up an injury in the process, but might have had added to her seven boundaries but for Storm’s excellent ground fielding.

Jones lofted rookie Alex Griffiths for six over the short straight boundary and eventually fell for 65, a reverse sweep off Nicholas plucked out of the air nicely by substitute fielder Nat Wraith at short third man.

Good support came from du Preez, who hit 29 on her maiden Lightning innings before 17-year-old seamer Griffiths claimed her first KSL wicket, trapping the experienced former South Africa captain leg before with a full delivery. Georgia Adams made a useful 15 from 17 balls, Jenny Gunn cleared the boundary with her first hit and Kathryn Bryce, on her Lightning debut, struck the last ball of the innings for four but the total never seemed likely to be enough.

Storm, for whom Fran Wilson hit an unbeaten 33 and Davies took 2 for 24, have been the most consistent side since the KSL launched in 2016, appearing at every Finals Day so far and winning the competition in 2017. They will fancy themselves to go a long way again.

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China warns Hong Kong protesters not to ‘play with fire’

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Aug
6

BEIJING (Reuters) – Protesters in Hong Kong must not “play with fire” and mistake Beijing’s restraint for weakness, China said on Tuesday in its sharpest rebuke yet of the “criminals” behind demonstrations in the city whom it vowed to bring to justice.

Hong Kong has suffered weeks of sometimes violent protests that began with opposition to a now-suspended extradition law, which would have allowed suspects to be tried in mainland courts.

But the protests have swelled into a broader backlash against the government of the Asian financial hub, fueled by many residents’ fear of eroding freedoms under the increasingly tight control of the Communist Party in Beijing.

“I would like to warn all of the criminals: don’t ever misjudge the situation and mistake our restraint for weakness,” the Chinese government’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office said in a document issued during a briefing in Beijing.

A small group of violent radicals were at the forefront of the protests, with “some kind-hearted citizens who have been misguided and coerced to join,” according to the document attributed to two officials, Yang Guang and Xu Luying.

It said anti-China forces were the “behind-the-scenes masterminds” who had “openly and brazenly emboldened” the protesters.

“We would like to make clear to the very small group of unscrupulous and violent criminals and the dirty forces behind them: those who play with fire will perish by it,” the office said.

“At the end of the day, they will eventually be punished.”

China has been quick to label U.S. officials as “black hands” instigating unrest in Hong Kong in an attempt to contain China’s development, but it has not provided any concrete evidence.

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers on Friday urged the Trump administration to suspend future sales of munitions and crowd-control equipment to Hong Kong police, which have been accused of using excessive force.

Police on Monday fired tear gas at protesters in the former British colony after a general strike hit transport and the city’s Beijing-backed leader, chief executive Carrie Lam, warned its prosperity was at risk.

The protests surpassed earlier shows of dissent in scale and intensity, seemingly stoked by Lam’s refusal once again to meet any of the protesters’ demands, including for her resignation and independent inquiries into police use of force.

The protests are the greatest political threat to Hong Kong’s government since the territory returned to Chinese rule in 1997, and one of the biggest popular challenges to Chinese leader Xi Jinping since he came to power in 2012.

‘CIVILISED POWER’

China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in Hong Kong has remained in barracks since the protests started in April, leaving Hong Kong’s police force to deal with the massive demonstrations.

Last week, the PLA garrison there issued a video showing “anti-riot” exercises, and its top brass warned violence is “absolutely impermissible”.

Diplomats and foreign security analysts are watching the situation closely, but believe there’s little appetite in Beijing for the PLA to be deployed on the streets of Hong Kong.

So far, the central government and the PLA have said only that there are clear provisions in law covering the prospect of the force’s intervention in the city.

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During the briefing, Yang called the PLA “a strong force that defends every inch of its sacred territory”, and said the central government would not allow any “turbulence” beyond the control of the Hong Kong government to threaten national unity or security.

“The PLA is a force of power but also a civilized power,” Yang said.

“As long as it has the strong support of the central government and the Chinese people, the Hong Kong government and police “are fully capable of punishing those criminal activities and restoring public order and stability”, he said.

Reporting by Cate Cadell; writing by Michael Martina; Editing by Clarence Fernandez and Darren Schuettler

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Steve Smith and Nathan Lyon will get better, Tim Paine warns

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Aug
6

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Having stared down England, the chants of the Hollies Stand and their own doubts, the Australian side led by Tim Paine has still more improvement in it, the captain has claimed, not least the tourists’ most dominant forces of Edgbaston, Steven Smith and Nathan Lyon.

Smith won the match award for a spine-tingling double of 144 and 142 in his first match back from the Newlands scandal ban, leaving Paine to marvel at his concentration while also admitting his tactical alertness had been of major assistance throughout the Test. However, Paine’s most telling remark about Smith and Lyon, who spun England out with a startling 6 for 49 on the final day that also took him past 350 Test wickets, was that both have shown the ability to keep building on their games as senior players.

“He could get plenty. As long as he wants to go for I reckon, he doesn’t seem to have too many niggles or injuries over his career,” Paine said when asked how many more wickets Lyon might take. “The ball is coming out as well as ever. He’s a bit the same as Smithy, I feel like every Test match or series they seem to get better which is astonishing at their age. But I think if you come and watch both of them train you see why they keep improving and keep getting better and are a great example for the rest of our group.

“No doubt the pitch had worn but I thought he was threatening in the first innings as well. Nathan has played on all different surfaces now and knows exactly what he is doing in all different situations. I think he bowled a bit quicker, which he tends to do over here because he doesn’t get the bounce he gets in Australia or the turn as consistently. He controlled it beautifully and he is going to be a real threat. He can take day five wickets and when you have a spinner like that it can change a game very quickly.”

After bearing so much of the leadership load over the past year, Paine said he had gained a lot from the ability to delegate in this match, even if there were times when it looked as though Smith was controlling proceedings almost as much as the official captain was, while David Warner also had input. “It certainly helps. Both of those guys in particular have played a lot more cricket in England than I have,” Paine said. “They’ve played a lot more big tournaments and big series and big Tests than I have.

“The same goes for all of our team – they’re not only helping me with the way they lead our group, they’re also helping … the things that Marnus Labuschagne, Mitch Marsh and Travis Head are learning from Steve Smith and Daivd Warner in our change room is stuff that cannot be taught. We’re all tapping into them whether we’re the captain, the coach, the batting coach or bowling coach. They’ve got things they’ve learned through experience that other people don’t have or don’t know. Like I said before, we’d be foolish not to tap into that. They’ve still got a huge presence in our dressing room, there’s no denying that.”

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With a tour game in Worcester beginning on Wednesday, the Australians will look to rest key players, notably the bowlers in this Test and also Smith. Nevertheless, Paine said he would not be standing in the way of allowing Smith to hit another surfeit of balls before the Lord’s Test after the way his exhaustive preparation for Birmingham played out in the middle.

“I wouldn’t argue with his preparation, it seems to work for him, but there’s probably a few guys that will miss next week,” Paine said. “We’ve got some guys who haven’t played any cricket and some who have played through a World Cup and then straight into a tour game in Southampton and then into a Test match. So we’ve got to manage not just our fast bowlers but we’ve got to manage the guys who’ve been involved in the World Cup and we’ll have that conversation today or tonight and make sensible calls.”

Another key Australian performer to improve across the Test was Pat Cummins, who bowled presentably in the first innings but delivered truly fiery stuff in the second, starting with a sharp lifter to dismiss Rory Burns that drew life from a pitch that had seemingly breathed its last. “I think he said he just struggled in the first innings for a little bit of rhythm, which can happen, he hasn’t played a hell of a lot with the red ball in the last six months, so I think there was a little bit of rhythm,” Paine said.

“It was also a big series and something he wanted to have a real impact on so I think there was probably a little bit of nerves as well which was totally fine. I don’t think he was on his own there, but I think he settled into the Test match beautifully and the way he set the tone for our team this morning was exactly what we want from Pat Cummins. Now he’s settled into some rhythm I think he’ll just get better and better.

“One of the reasons we pick so many bowlers was because we knew this Ashes series was going to be wearing on our bowlers. Especially the guys who were at the World Cup. We’ve got two world class bowlers sat on the sidelines raring to go [Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood]. I imagine they’ll bowl in the tour game and then put their hand up for selection. We’ll look at the pitch when we get to Lord’s and then make our selections on what will be the best combination to get us 20 wickets. We think we have a lot of different options.”

Paine also disagreed that the selectors needed to feel “vindicated” by the performances of Matthew Wade and Peter Siddle, pointing out that both had been good, logical selections tailored to the conditions and also out of deference for their recent performances in first-class ranks. “Matty has been the form players in Australian cricket for the last 12 months. Siddle is someone we see as a handful in these conditions,” Paine said.

“Even today on a day five wicket he took no wickets but he was still a handful. He asks questions all the time and with the Dukes ball in English conditions he is a real handful. He bowls a beautiful length over here. I wouldn’t say they are punts, they were good, educated decisions from our selectors.”

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BENGALURU (Reuters) – Walmart Inc’s Indian unit Flipkart is set to roll out a free video service for all of its 160 million customers this month as the ecommerce company looks for new ways to increase its user base in smaller towns and cities, it said on Monday.

“Most consumers’ first touch point with the internet is through online video content and statistics suggest that video content and entertainment play a key role in bridging the gap for consumers to come online and experience ecommerce,” a company spokeswoman told Reuters by phone.

Flipkart, based in Bengaluru, said it would offer movies, short videos and web series on its app, but added it won’t venture into original content right now.

Access to affordable smartphones and cheap internet has made India a growth market for online streaming companies. Locked in a pitched battle for market share in the country, ecommerce firms are looking past bigger cities like Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru for the next wave of growth.

Flipkart competes with Amazon.com Inc’s Indian unit in the country. Unlike Amazon’s Prime video service, Flipkart won’t charge users for streaming and won’t launch a separate application for these services, the spokeswoman said.

“We have rolled out the test in among 1% of our customers currently and plan to take it to 100% of them in the next 20 days,” she added.

Bloomberg reported earlier that Flipkart was planning the launch, citing people familiar with the plans. The report said Flipkart would license content from production houses like Walt Disney Co and local studio Balaji Telefilms.

Amazon currently charges 999 rupees a year ($14.15), or 129 rupees($1.83) a month, for its Prime membership.

($1 = 70.6250 Indian rupees)

Reporting by Nivedita Bhattacharjee in Bengaluru; Editing by Subhranshu Sahu

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