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‘Reverse swan’ Root praises England for sticking to attacking mindset

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Nov
16

7:19 AM ET

Joe Root said that he had batted like a “reverse swan” – visibly frantic but internally calm – after his brilliant second-innings hundred had helped carry England into a position of authority on the third day at Pallekele.

Root made 124 from 146 balls, with ten fours and two sixes, as England reached 324 for 9 before rain brought about an early finish. It was his 15th Test century, and one of his best yet, as it helped to build a lead of 278 – a priceless advantage going into the fourth innings on a spinning deck.

“To start I felt a bit all over the place, a bit hectic,” Root told Sky Sports. “I was like a reverse swan – I felt quite calm underneath but the legs were flapping on the outside.

“It was just about trying to get the bowlers to bowl in the areas you want to, take a few risks early, and get used to how the surface is playing.

“Once I’d got to about 20-odd, and got a few boundaries away, I felt I was picking the lengths in terms of sweeping. It made things a lot easier, and I was able to start working out a really good method on that surface.”

Root’s methods were a continuation of England’s unconventional approach to Asian conditions – having been guilty of dying wondering on their more recent visits to the subcontinent, most notably during their 4-0 defeat in India two years ago, they have resolved on this trip to keep the runs coming instead of waiting for the unplayable ball to send them on the way.

“Those are the guys’ natural games,” he said. “You’ve got to play to your advantage, and we’ve certainly done that throughout this tour with the bat.”

“The guys have not been shy of experimenting. They’ve been trying to develop themselves and with that it gives the team a better opportunity to score on a wide range of circumstances. Even when we lost wickets in a cluster, we still managed to score at 4.5/5 an over at times. It felt at no point were we under real big amounts of pressure, we were exerting it back on to them.”

Root admitted that calculated risks had been one aspect of England’s play, but said that there had been moments when run-scoring was a obvious option that stone-walled defence.

“You try to play it on the line,” he said. “a left-arm spinner bowling outside off stump, you might want to sweep. It’s free shot, it’s not going to hit the stumps or get you lbw, so it might be a better option than playing from the straight.

“Similarly for the offspinners, you want to mess around with the lines and which areas are best for them to bowl at. You play little individual games, you and your partner at the other end, and the best thing about it was that we kept the board going at a really good rate, which was credit to the guys to come out and play that way.

“We’re not going to get it right all the time but we’ve given ourselves a chance in this game,” he said. “And if we bowl well on this surface we’ll hopefully create at least ten chances.”

Root paid particular tribute to Rory Burns, who made his first Test half-century at the top of the order, and set the tone for England’s approach in spite of the early loss of the nightwatchman, Jack Leach.

“Losing Leach early, we had a bit of a deficit so there was the temptation to go into our shells, but the guys played with freedom, good courage, but with respect to some good balls out there as well.

“Burns came out to bat with calmness, in control of what he’s trying to do, he was unflappable if you like. When you watch him bat, he has everything there to go on and have a really good Test career.”

The overnight rain threatens to add an extra layer of intrigue to Sri Lanka’s run-chase, as and when it gets underway at the fall of England’s final wicket.

“It’ll be interesting to see how the pitch plays with this amount of rain tonight,” said Root. “If it tacks it up and makes it spin a bit more, or holds it together a bit better. The most important thing is that we recognise what it’s going to be like and adapt very quickly.

“We may have over-attacked with some of the fields in the first innings, we saw it spin and got a bit giddy, myself in particular, but it might just be that we have to hold a bit longer, be a bit more patient and hit the stumps more often.”

‘Reverse swan’ Root praises England for sticking to attacking mindset

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Nov
16

7:19 AM ET

Joe Root said that he had batted like a “reverse swan” – visibly frantic but internally calm – after his brilliant second-innings hundred had helped carry England into a position of authority on the third day at Pallekele.

Root made 124 from 146 balls, with ten fours and two sixes, as England reached 324 for 9 before rain brought about an early finish. It was his 15th Test century, and one of his best yet, as it helped to build a lead of 278 – a priceless advantage going into the fourth innings on a spinning deck.

“To start I felt a bit all over the place, a bit hectic,” Root told Sky Sports. “I was like a reverse swan – I felt quite calm underneath but the legs were flapping on the outside.

“It was just about trying to get the bowlers to bowl in the areas you want to, take a few risks early, and get used to how the surface is playing.

“Once I’d got to about 20-odd, and got a few boundaries away, I felt I was picking the lengths in terms of sweeping. It made things a lot easier, and I was able to start working out a really good method on that surface.”

Root’s methods were a continuation of England’s unconventional approach to Asian conditions – having been guilty of dying wondering on their more recent visits to the subcontinent, most notably during their 4-0 defeat in India two years ago, they have resolved on this trip to keep the runs coming instead of waiting for the unplayable ball to send them on the way.

“Those are the guys’ natural games,” he said. “You’ve got to play to your advantage, and we’ve certainly done that throughout this tour with the bat.”

“The guys have not been shy of experimenting. They’ve been trying to develop themselves and with that it gives the team a better opportunity to score on a wide range of circumstances. Even when we lost wickets in a cluster, we still managed to score at 4.5/5 an over at times. It felt at no point were we under real big amounts of pressure, we were exerting it back on to them.”

Root admitted that calculated risks had been one aspect of England’s play, but said that there had been moments when run-scoring was a obvious option that stone-walled defence.

“You try to play it on the line,” he said. “a left-arm spinner bowling outside off stump, you might want to sweep. It’s free shot, it’s not going to hit the stumps or get you lbw, so it might be a better option than playing from the straight.

“Similarly for the offspinners, you want to mess around with the lines and which areas are best for them to bowl at. You play little individual games, you and your partner at the other end, and the best thing about it was that we kept the board going at a really good rate, which was credit to the guys to come out and play that way.

“We’re not going to get it right all the time but we’ve given ourselves a chance in this game,” he said. “And if we bowl well on this surface we’ll hopefully create at least ten chances.”

Root paid particular tribute to Rory Burns, who made his first Test half-century at the top of the order, and set the tone for England’s approach in spite of the early loss of the nightwatchman, Jack Leach.

“Losing Leach early, we had a bit of a deficit so there was the temptation to go into our shells, but the guys played with freedom, good courage, but with respect to some good balls out there as well.

“Burns came out to bat with calmness, in control of what he’s trying to do, he was unflappable if you like. When you watch him bat, he has everything there to go on and have a really good Test career.”

The overnight rain threatens to add an extra layer of intrigue to Sri Lanka’s run-chase, as and when it gets underway at the fall of England’s final wicket.

“It’ll be interesting to see how the pitch plays with this amount of rain tonight,” said Root. “If it tacks it up and makes it spin a bit more, or holds it together a bit better. The most important thing is that we recognise what it’s going to be like and adapt very quickly.

“We may have over-attacked with some of the fields in the first innings, we saw it spin and got a bit giddy, myself in particular, but it might just be that we have to hold a bit longer, be a bit more patient and hit the stumps more often.”

Cricket: No more chopping, changing in ODIs for India

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Nov
16

MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s period of experimenting with their one-day international side is over with a little over six months before the World Cup in England, head coach Ravi Shastri has said.

India have tried to manage the workload of key players like Virat Kohli and their frontline fast bowlers by resting them for their previous ODI series.

With the top three spots in the batting order locked in and wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni a floating option, a number of players have been given the chance to audition for the middle order over the last couple of years.

The auditions are now over, Shastri suggested.

“We will try and play close to a 15 that will go to the World Cup,” he told reporters before India’s departure for Australia.

“Chopping, changing over now, rest period over. Now is the time to really get focused, play as a unit.

“And hopefully not have too many injuries where we have to look elsewhere and take it from there.”

India will play a three-match Twenty20 series before the first test starts in Adelaide on Dec. 6 with Perth, Melbourne and Sydney hosting the remainder of the tests before a three-match one-day international series in January.

That will be followed by a five-match ODI series in New Zealand before India return home for another five-match ODI series against Australia.

India’s top players will then be involved in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament before the World Cup begins on May 30 in England.

“There are not too many games now,” Shastri added. “We have got eight good games in Australia and New Zealand and then five against Australia here. So 13 games. So we will try and play the best team at all times.”

Two-time champions India are ranked second in the world in the 50-over format behind England.

Reporting by Sudipto Ganguly; editing by Nick Mulvenney

DeepVeer wedding: Official pictures

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Nov
16

The nation’s eyes have been pinned on Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone‘s wedding for the past few days and the popular Bollywood superstars’ fans have been waiting for official pictures to release. While many pictures and videos have been leaked from outside the venue, nothing official made its way online.

The wait is finally over as Ranveer and Deepika took to their social media handles and released the first official pictures from their much-anticipated wedding. The couple looks extremely beautiful and completely in love at their wedding in Lake Como, Italy.

Earlier on Wednesday, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone tied the knot in traditional Konkani fashion. The festivities have been protected by layers of security and the couple has ensured that no pictures get posted from the ceremonies by any of the guests. They had asked their guests to only use pictures clicked by their hired professional photographers.


The weather in Lake Como was cloudy when the wedding party arrived in Italy and it was reported that the couple had also arranged for an alternate venue in case the clouds begin to pour. However, Ranveer Singh’s stylist mentioned that the sun came out in all its glory for them. Singh’s stylist Nitasha Gaurav shared on her Instagram story, “The weather forecast had said clouds and rain but the skies cleared up and the sun came out in all its glory only for these two”.

She also shared another anecdote and posted on Instagram, “In the words of Mr Bhavnani Sr today, yeh deewani toh Bhavnani ho gayi”. Ranveer’s father Jagjeet Singh Bhavnani welcomed his daughter-in-law Deepika by saying, “Yeh Deewani toh Bhavnani ho gayi.”


Today, Deepika and Ranveer got married as per the Sindhi traditions in a ceremony called Anand Karaj. The couple took the wedding vows and did their pheras as per traditional Sindhi ceremony. Ranveer Singh’s baraat reached the wedding venue, and he arrived in true Ranveer style. The groom danced to ‘Meri Pant Bhi Sexy’, followed by ‘Chunari Chunari’ and ‘One Two Ka Four’. Ranveer was dressed in a red sherwani.

Soon after DeepVeer released the pictures, B-town celebs took to social media to pour their love and good wishes for them. Karan Johar wrote, “Love and happiness forever…..these are such a full of pyaar wala pictures! For those of us who don’t have a life partner it’s a very “haiiiiiiiii” wala feeling!”


On the other hand Anushka Sharma also welcomed Ranveer and Deepika to the “married club” by writing, “Wishing you both a world of happiness and a beautiful journey together. May the love respect you have in each other, grow leaps and bounds. And welcome to the club ???@RanveerOfficial @deepikapadukone”

Sophie Choudry wished the couple on Instagram. She wrote, “How I love happy endings and fairytales???This is just toooo beautiful! Congratulations @ranveersingh @deepikapadukone .. Stay blessed forever???????? #deepveerkishaadi #deepikapadukone #ranveersingh #love”

Apple’s iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1 gets Jailbreak – The Asian Age

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Nov
16

While Jailbreaking an iPhone is getting tougher by the version, the iOS 12.1 just showed that hackers are one step ahead of Apple. The iOS 12.1 was recently Jailbroken and the first device that helped them succeed was the iPhone XS Max.

Tencent KeenLab researcher Liang Chen confirmed on Twitter that he has managed to pwn the iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1, reported Softpedia. He confirms that the days of Jailbreaking are not dead yet.

However, if you are now thinking that you too could Jailbreak into your iPhone XS Max, stop here. Not every hacker/developer who Jailbreaks into Apple’s devices usually give out their methods. Such researchers don’t give out their method and refuse to publically release their codes. They would either sell them to third-party developers and hackers or would report the same to Apple to help them patch the future operating systems. These are either ethical hackers or the bad ones.

‘As we know already, jailbreaking isn’t everyone’s cup of tea given the more or less substantial impact it has on security, but at least this procedure lifts some of the restrictions implemented by Apple and makes it possible to access features that aren’t otherwise possible on an iPhone,’ stated Softpedia. While this could probably sound as good news to a few many out there, it definitely means more work for Apple’s developers to head back to their security machines to build an even stronger reinforcement for their future devices.

The Jailbreak does show that it is currently possible to break into Apple’s iOS 12.1, but there is no guarantee that the code will be released or made publically available for people to use and break into their own devices. For now, Chen has shown this as a proof of concept and he will be presenting the Jialbreak at the POC 2018. He will still not be displaying the specifics at the event.

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Sri Lanka hit with five penalty runs after one-short incident

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Nov
15

Sri Lanka were docked five penalty runs in the third session of the second day at Pallekele, following a strange interpretation of the law governing deliberate short runs by the umpires.

Here’s what happened:

  • Roshen Silva was batting alongside Akila Dananjaya, when Roshen cut Jack Leach fine of Moeen Ali at short third man.

  • Although there was an easy two for the taking, both batsmen assumed that the ball would reach the boundary, and ambled to the other end, while they watched Moeen chase the ball down.

  • Moeen caught up with the slowing ball, however, and reeled it in centimetres short of the boundary, sliding along the ground and scooping the ball back into play.

  • Upon realising that a four had been prevented, the batsmen – who had crossed and were now at opposite ends of the pitch – decided to cross back, only sauntering as they did, because Moeen’s momentum had taken him over the boundary line, and he was in no position to fire in a quick return throw.

  • Dananjaya did, by the way, ground his bat at the striker’s end and return for the second in the regular fashion.

Where the umpires took issue with the batsmen, however, was that Roshen did not ground his bat at the non-strikers’ end. He had been watching the ball and Moeen, and had seemingly neglected to ensure he completed the run.

Here is where the five penalty runs comes in. Law 18.5.1 states that:

“If either umpire considers that one or both batsmen deliberately ran short at that umpire’s end, the umpire concerned shall, when the ball is dead, call and signal Short run and inform the other umpire of what has occurred and apply [five penalty runs].”

The primary reason for deliberately running a short run – I.e. crossing in the middle of the pitch, then crossing back without touching down, is to ensure the senior batsman in the partnership retains the strike, perhaps in a situation where the batsmen realise it is not possible to complete two runs in their entirety.

Here, however, Roshen was so close to the non-strikers when Moeen stopped the ball, that he could have virtually reached over and grounded his bat. The fact that he didn’t appears more the result of an oversight on his part – perhaps he thought he had already completed the first run. In any case, there was no pressure to scamper back for the second. The batsmen jogged it and made it back to their original creases in plenty of time.

It is also important to note that at no point during this pair’s 56-run partnership did either batsman turn down a single in order to manipulate the strike. They batted normally, in other words.

The umpires though, have ruled the short run intentional. England had five runs added to their first-innings total as a result, taking their score to 290.

Modi government, RBI set for uneasy truce: sources

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Nov
15

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s government and its central bank are getting close to ironing out some of their policy differences, said two sources familiar with the discussions, as they seek to defuse worsening tensions that had threatened to unnerve investors.

While the rift is far from healed, the sources said enough progress had been made to avoid acrimony at a board meeting of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) next Monday. The threat that RBI Governor Urjit Patel would quit, as reported by some newspapers last week, is also thought to be off the table for now, they said.

The uneasy truce is likely to see the RBI ease up on some lending restrictions to help the government stimulate the economy, said the sources. One source said the RBI could agree to tweak restrictions on lending to improve credit flows for smaller companies with a borrowing limit of 250 million rupees ($3.4 million).

Neither the RBI nor the finance ministry responded to requests for comment for this article. The prime minister’s office declined to comment.

It is unclear how much of a role Prime Minister Narendra Modi played in defusing the tension. Local media reported that Modi met Patel last week in an attempt to sort out the contentious issues but officials in the prime minister’s office and the RBI said they did not know of such a meeting.

Modi had appointed Patel as the RBI governor in 2016 for a three-year term that ends in September next year.

For weeks, government officials in New Delhi have been pressuring the Mumbai-based RBI to accede to a range of demands, from easing lending curbs to handing over surplus reserves to the government. This prompted RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya to warn late last month that undermining a central bank’s independence could be “catastrophic,” bringing the feud into the open.

Tensions were expected to come to a head at Monday’s meeting as government representatives on the board appeared to be ready to turn up the heat on Patel and accuse the RBI of being intransigent in the face of government demands.

Now, it seems likely there will be a more constructive atmosphere with agreement on some issues, and disputed questions shelved for another day, the sources said.

CAN’T AGREE TO EVERYTHING

The government is keen to provide more stimulus to the economy heading into next year’s election, especially as the incomes of many farmers have been hit by low crop prices. At the same time it doesn’t want a bust-up with the central bank, which could badly affect investor sentiment and provide political fodder to the opposition Congress party.

“The government understands the regulator will remain a regulator and can’t agree to all demands,” said a government official, who declined to be named, referring to the RBI.

While the official did not give any details of the solutions being worked out with the RBI, he acknowledged that the government did not want to trigger Patel’s departure at such a sensitive time.

There are five key state elections in the next few weeks and a general election due by May. The Congress party has already been harrying the government over allegations of corruption in a military jet deal with France and infighting between the top officials of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

A RBI board member said that helping to ease tensions was the idea that both sides wanted a healthy economy. It was just a question of how to get there. “The main issue is how to boost credit growth,” the member said referring to the credit crunch facing small companies.

Economics Affairs Secretary S.C. Garg is expected to make a presentation in the board meeting to outline the concerns of the finance ministry and could bring up the question about the transfer of surplus cash reserves held by the RBI, the sources said.

Slideshow (2 Images)

The board member said that an expert panel may be set up to work out the appropriate level of contingency reserves for the RBI, effectively kicking that question down the road. The RBI introduced a so-called corrective action plan in 2014 for 11 state-run banks with bad loan issues and depleted capital. That plan included curbs on risky lending and RBI officials said, as a result, the banks’ loan growth fell to zero and had remained there since 2016, from 10 percent in 2014.

  According to the RBI board member, the government wants the RBI to ease those curbs and lower capital requirements for the 11.

Some improvements in the balance sheets of those lenders might give the RBI leeway to do that, although the RBI would prefer to give the mending process more time, said another official who is aware of discussions within the central bank.

Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan

Modi government, RBI set for uneasy truce: sources

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Nov
15

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s government and its central bank are getting close to ironing out some of their policy differences, said two sources familiar with the discussions, as they seek to defuse worsening tensions that had threatened to unnerve investors.

While the rift is far from healed, the sources said enough progress had been made to avoid acrimony at a board meeting of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) next Monday. The threat that RBI Governor Urjit Patel would quit, as reported by some newspapers last week, is also thought to be off the table for now, they said.

The uneasy truce is likely to see the RBI ease up on some lending restrictions to help the government stimulate the economy, said the sources. One source said the RBI could agree to tweak restrictions on lending to improve credit flows for smaller companies with a borrowing limit of 250 million rupees ($3.4 million).

Neither the RBI nor the finance ministry responded to requests for comment for this article. The prime minister’s office declined to comment.

It is unclear how much of a role Prime Minister Narendra Modi played in defusing the tension. Local media reported that Modi met Patel last week in an attempt to sort out the contentious issues but officials in the prime minister’s office and the RBI said they did not know of such a meeting.

Modi had appointed Patel as the RBI governor in 2016 for a three-year term that ends in September next year.

For weeks, government officials in New Delhi have been pressuring the Mumbai-based RBI to accede to a range of demands, from easing lending curbs to handing over surplus reserves to the government. This prompted RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya to warn late last month that undermining a central bank’s independence could be “catastrophic,” bringing the feud into the open.

Tensions were expected to come to a head at Monday’s meeting as government representatives on the board appeared to be ready to turn up the heat on Patel and accuse the RBI of being intransigent in the face of government demands.

Now, it seems likely there will be a more constructive atmosphere with agreement on some issues, and disputed questions shelved for another day, the sources said.

CAN’T AGREE TO EVERYTHING

The government is keen to provide more stimulus to the economy heading into next year’s election, especially as the incomes of many farmers have been hit by low crop prices. At the same time it doesn’t want a bust-up with the central bank, which could badly affect investor sentiment and provide political fodder to the opposition Congress party.

“The government understands the regulator will remain a regulator and can’t agree to all demands,” said a government official, who declined to be named, referring to the RBI.

While the official did not give any details of the solutions being worked out with the RBI, he acknowledged that the government did not want to trigger Patel’s departure at such a sensitive time.

There are five key state elections in the next few weeks and a general election due by May. The Congress party has already been harrying the government over allegations of corruption in a military jet deal with France and infighting between the top officials of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

A RBI board member said that helping to ease tensions was the idea that both sides wanted a healthy economy. It was just a question of how to get there. “The main issue is how to boost credit growth,” the member said referring to the credit crunch facing small companies.

Economics Affairs Secretary S.C. Garg is expected to make a presentation in the board meeting to outline the concerns of the finance ministry and could bring up the question about the transfer of surplus cash reserves held by the RBI, the sources said.

Slideshow (2 Images)

The board member said that an expert panel may be set up to work out the appropriate level of contingency reserves for the RBI, effectively kicking that question down the road. The RBI introduced a so-called corrective action plan in 2014 for 11 state-run banks with bad loan issues and depleted capital. That plan included curbs on risky lending and RBI officials said, as a result, the banks’ loan growth fell to zero and had remained there since 2016, from 10 percent in 2014.

  According to the RBI board member, the government wants the RBI to ease those curbs and lower capital requirements for the 11.

Some improvements in the balance sheets of those lenders might give the RBI leeway to do that, although the RBI would prefer to give the mending process more time, said another official who is aware of discussions within the central bank.

Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan

Latest pics of Ranveer-Deepika’s wedding

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Nov
15

While the world is waiting for the first pictures of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone from their wedding in Lake Como, Italy, the lovebirds have ensured only photos clicked by professional photographers hired by them make the cut. Last night when singer Harshdeep Kaur posted a picture from the venue before her performance at the Sangeet, she was asked to pull down the post from her social media profile quickly by the couple’s team.

Also See: Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh: The couple are now Man and Wife!

Ranveer Singh Deepika Padukone Marriage Photos

Similarly, their Konkani wedding happened away from the media glare and very little information about the same made its way online. A few pictures and videos showed their family members standing around them as the nuptials proceeded, here are the latest pictures of the couple getting married where Ranveer’s and Deepika’s parents can be clearly seen.

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Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh Wedding Pictures

Prakash Padukone can be seen walking with family members in the picture below.

Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh Marriage Images

While the special couple’s faces cannot be seen, it seems that they have their backs turned to the camera as the ceremony took place. Ranveer’s father Jagjit Singh Bhavnani has his face slightly turned to the back and the cameras captured him.

Ranveer Singh Deepika Padukone Wedding Pics

Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh Marriage Video

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In a few more pictures, guests can be seen getting escorted off speedboats to the luxury villa resort near the lake.


Earlier, a video by ANI showed the couple surrounded by their family members as they were completing the ceremonies of their nuptials.

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone wedding latest pictures DeepVeer Marriage Photos

Deepika Padukone Ranveer Singh Marriage Video DeepVeer Marriage Video


The couple is now going to host a party for their guests post wedding and Ranveer and Deepika are expected to tie the knot again, in Sindhi fashion tomorrow in Lake Como, Italy.

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Apple’s iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1 gets Jailbreak – The Asian Age

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Nov
14

While Jailbreaking an iPhone is getting tougher by the version, the iOS 12.1 just showed that hackers are one step ahead of Apple. The iOS 12.1 was recently Jailbroken and the first device that helped them succeed was the iPhone XS Max.

Tencent KeenLab researcher Liang Chen confirmed on Twitter that he has managed to pwn the iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1, reported Softpedia. He confirms that the days of Jailbreaking are not dead yet.

However, if you are now thinking that you too could Jailbreak into your iPhone XS Max, stop here. Not every hacker/developer who Jailbreaks into Apple’s devices usually give out their methods. Such researchers don’t give out their method and refuse to publically release their codes. They would either sell them to third-party developers and hackers or would report the same to Apple to help them patch the future operating systems. These are either ethical hackers or the bad ones.

‘As we know already, jailbreaking isn’t everyone’s cup of tea given the more or less substantial impact it has on security, but at least this procedure lifts some of the restrictions implemented by Apple and makes it possible to access features that aren’t otherwise possible on an iPhone,’ stated Softpedia. While this could probably sound as good news to a few many out there, it definitely means more work for Apple’s developers to head back to their security machines to build an even stronger reinforcement for their future devices.

The Jailbreak does show that it is currently possible to break into Apple’s iOS 12.1, but there is no guarantee that the code will be released or made publically available for people to use and break into their own devices. For now, Chen has shown this as a proof of concept and he will be presenting the Jialbreak at the POC 2018. He will still not be displaying the specifics at the event.

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Nov
14

After more than 4000 fans were mistakenly informed that they had got tickets to the 2019 World Cup, the tournament’s ticketing partner has issued an apology for causing the mix-up.

Ticketmaster had sent out several emails on Friday titled “Cricket World Cup 2019 – confirmation of payment” to fans who had entered a ballot process that asked them to select the games they wished to attend. The plan was to put them all into a lot and pick the winners from there, but things went wrong.

According to BBC, no money has been taken from these fans. It has been reported that 2.7 million people had applied for the 800,000 tickets that became available and that 450,000 of them have already been sold. Ticketmaster has not issued any information on potential refunds for those that received the false email.

Japan’s economy contracts in third-quarter, trade war clouds rebound outlook

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Nov
14

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s economy shrank more than expected in the third quarter, hit by natural disasters and a decline in exports, a worrying sign that trade protectionism is starting to take its toll on overseas demand.

The contraction in the world’s third-largest economy adds to growing signs of weakness globally, with China and Europe losing momentum. Germany is expected to report later in the day that its economy also shrank last quarter.

The government stuck to its view that the economy continues to recover moderately, blaming the contraction on typhoons and an earthquake that halted factories and stifled consumption.

But some analysts said such one-off factors alone could not explain the downturn, pointing to worrying declines in exports amid slowing Chinese demand and the fallout from escalating global trade friction.

“The decline in exports cannot be attributed entirely to the natural disasters,” said Hiroaki Muto, economist at Tokai Tokyo Research Center.

“The message is China’s economy is weakening, which means Japan’s exports will be slow to recover and growth will stall around the first half of next year.”

The annualized 1.2 percent contraction in July-September was bigger than a median estimate for a 1.0 percent drop and followed a robust 3.0 percent expansion in the previous quarter, government data showed on Wednesday.

The slump was driven largely by a 1.8 percent fall in exports, the biggest drop in more than three years. Capital expenditure, which rose 3.1 percent in April-June, dropped 0.2 percent to mark the first decline in two years, the data showed.

Analysts warn an expected rebound in the current quarter’s growth could be weaker than initially expected and growth could stall next year, when the strains from trade conflicts become more acute.

“Japan’s economy may slow down from January onwards as the U.S.-China trade war intensifies,” said Masaki Kuwahara, senior economist at Nomura Securities.

“U.S. tariffs on its imports of Chinese goods take effect in January, curbing Chinese shipments, which will in turn damage Japanese exports and capital expenditure,” he said.

POLICYMAKERS IN A BIND

Heightening overseas uncertainties add to headaches for Japanese policymakers, already worried by the expected blow to consumption from next year’s scheduled sales tax hike.

Private consumption, which accounts for about 60 percent of GDP, fell 0.1 percent in July-September as consumers spent less on travel, lodgings, and dining out.

While the government is considering a stimulus package of around 10 trillion yen ($88 billion) to offset the tax hike impact, a darkening overseas outlook could strengthen politicians’ calls for even bigger spending.

That puts policymakers in a bind. Many analysts see little room for the Bank of Japan to ramp up an already huge stimulus drive that is straining financial institutions.

Japan’s ballooning debt pile, the biggest among advanced economies, also constrains the government’s ability to deploy a big spending package.

“Monetary policy is stretched so it would be difficult to take additional easing steps. Fiscal measures are already being considered to offset a blow from the sales tax hike, so there’s little room left on this front too,” said Takeshi Minami, chief economist at Norinchukin Research Institute.

“But you cannot rule out the possibility of a bigger spending package, depending on the extent of economic slowdown.”

Japanese factories were quick to recover from the third quarter’s natural disasters. The bigger concern among Japanese firms is the trade war between the United States and China, as it threatens Japan’s exports of car parts, electronics and heavy machinery.

Government data published last month showed exports to China, Japan’s largest trading partner, fell in September for the first time in seven months.

“IT-related exports to Asia have been slowing from around spring, so we need to be mindful of the impact trade frictions and China’s growth outlook could be having on Japan’s economy,” Economy Minister Toshimitsu Motegi told reporters after the GDP data came out.

Reporting by Stanley White and Leika Kihara; additional reporting by Tetsushi Kajimoto and Kaori Kaneko. Editing by Eric Meijer

Apple’s iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1 gets Jailbreak

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Nov
14

While Jailbreaking an iPhone is getting tougher by the version, the iOS 12.1 just showed that hackers are one step ahead of Apple. The iOS 12.1 was recently Jailbroken and the first device that helped them succeed was the iPhone XS Max.

Tencent KeenLab researcher Liang Chen confirmed on Twitter that he has managed to pwn the iPhone XS Max on iOS 12.1, reported Softpedia. He confirms that the days of Jailbreaking are not dead yet.

However, if you are now thinking that you too could Jailbreak into your iPhone XS Max, stop here. Not every hacker/developer who Jailbreaks into Apple’s devices usually give out their methods. Such researchers don’t give out their method and refuse to publically release their codes. They would either sell them to third-party developers and hackers or would report the same to Apple to help them patch the future operating systems. These are either ethical hackers or the bad ones.

‘As we know already, jailbreaking isn’t everyone’s cup of tea given the more or less substantial impact it has on security, but at least this procedure lifts some of the restrictions implemented by Apple and makes it possible to access features that aren’t otherwise possible on an iPhone,’ stated Softpedia. While this could probably sound as good news to a few many out there, it definitely means more work for Apple’s developers to head back to their security machines to build an even stronger reinforcement for their future devices.

The Jailbreak does show that it is currently possible to break into Apple’s iOS 12.1, but there is no guarantee that the code will be released or made publically available for people to use and break into their own devices. For now, Chen has shown this as a proof of concept and he will be presenting the Jialbreak at the POC 2018. He will still not be displaying the specifics at the event.

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Oman extend unbeaten run; Karim, Odhiambo star in Kenya’s win

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Nov
13

Oman held on in a nervy finish behind Jatinder Singh‘s 73 to maintain their unbeaten run with a three-wicket win over Denmark.

In a game which had sloppy fielding from both sides, Denmark paid dearest for dropping Jatinder twice – on 5 and 19 – as he went on to anchor Oman’s chase of Denmark’s 154.

It arguably should have been a much smaller target and a less taxing chase but the hosts were guilty of a number of drops that allowed Denmark off the hook after being under pressure following their decision to bat first. An edge by Zameer Khan to second slip off Kaleemullah was followed by a full inswinger by Bilal that trapped Hamid Shah to leave Denmark 9 for 2 in the third over.

Freddie Klokker’s decision to take on Mehran Khan for a third run after chasing down a drive from mid-on resulted in a direct hit run-out leaving Denmark 36 for 3 at the end of the Powerplay. It could have been 36 for 4, but Saif Ahmad was spilled by Khawar Ali at slip off the very next ball by Jay Odedra. Khawar had injured his right shoulder a short time earlier diving to stop a boundary and left the field immediately after the drop, eventually leaving the ground with his arm in a sling for further evaluation.

Oman had reduced Denmark to 59 for 5 and maintained pressure that resulted in another chance when Bilal returned for a second spell and bounced Anique Uddin on 17, resulting in an uncontrolled hook to deep fine leg that was spilled by Sufyan Mehmood. The two misses resulted in 55 extra runs as the pair built up a 64-run partnership that came to an end in dubious circumstances when Uddin was given out lbw for 31 to Odedra on a ball which video showed was sliding down leg.

Denmark wound up losing their last five wickets for 31 runs after Bilal returned to hasten a finish with two more wickets as they were bowled out in 41.4 overs. It meant Oman had to bat 25 minutes before lunch and they reached 20 for 1 in eight overs by the interval.

Khawar had been due to come in at three but with his shoulder wrapped in ice, Oman’s middle order struggled without him. Denmark opened with spin from both ends and did not bowl an over of medium pace until the 25th before reverting to spin the rest of the way. It almost worked as Nicolaj Laegsgaard, Bashir Shah and Saif worked their way through Oman’s order.

Jatinder was on 59 at 128 for 5 when he called for a suicidal run to midwicket that Fayyaz Butt turned down. Both batsmen wound up at the non-striker’s end but Fayyaz alertly left his crease before Hamid’s throw reached Abdul Hashmi behind the stumps, allowing Jatinder to continue. Khawar entered at No. 8 and contributed an unbeaten 9, helping Oman get across the line after Jatinder fell with 10 needed to win.

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Kenya wicketkeeper-batsman Irfan Karim reflects on his side’s six-wicket win over Uganda

Kenya bounced back from a lopsided loss to USA with a six-wicket win over Uganda. Uganda were committed to playing Irfan Afridi but received news less than an hour before the toss during warm-ups that he had been suspended with immediate effect from bowling in international cricket. It forced Uganda to make him the third change to the XI from their last game as Frank Nsubuga, Brian Masaba and Kenneth Waiswa all saw their first action of the tournament.

After choosing to bat first, Uganda struggled to make 177 for 9. Captain Roger Mukasa’s lean run at the tournament continued as he chopped on to Lucas Oluoch for 11. Fellow opener Arnold Otwani, who had crossed 50 in Uganda’s first two matches in Oman, edged Emmanuel Bundi behind for six runs. Ronak Patel was then smartly stumped by Irfan Karim off a leg side wide standing up to Sachin Bhudia’s medium pace to make it 33 for 3 in the 13th over.

Dinesh Nakrani and Masaba built a 66-run stand to hold Kenya’s bowling unit at bay but pressure from Shem Ngoche finally resulted in a wicket for Narendra Patel, who dismissed Masaba for 21. Nakrani fell to Bhudia immediately after reaching his 50 while Ngoche’s stifling spell of 2 for 13 ensured Uganda would not get past 200.

Kenya were likewise under pressure early in their reply when Nsubuga struck twice with the new ball bowling offspin to leave Kenya 33 for 3 at the end of their Powerplay. Riazat Ali Shah trapped Rakep Patel in the first over after drinks to make it 71 for 4 and Uganda had a golden chance to put Kenya under more pressure in Riazat’s next over when Nelson Odhiambo edged him to slip but Ronak spilled the chance.

Karim and Odhiambo never looked back in a 107-run partnership, as they both scored half-centuries, clinching victory with 25 balls to spare.

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Flipkart loses CEO after misconduct probe

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Nov
13

(Reuters) – The chief executive and co-founder of Walmart’s Indian venture Flipkart Group, Binny Bansal, has resigned following a probe into serious personal misconduct, Walmart Inc said in a regulatory filing on Tuesday.

Bansal has strongly denied the allegations, the company said in a statement. Bansal and his representatives could not be reached for comment.

“While the investigation did not find evidence to corroborate the complainant’s assertions against Binny, it did reveal other lapses in judgement, particularly a lack of transparency, related to how Binny responded to the situation,” the company said.

“Because of this, we have accepted his decision to resign.”

Kalyan Krishnamurthy, who heads the company’s main Flipkart e-commerce operation, would now act as chief executive for a broader group of businesses including apparel websites Myntra and Jabong, the company said.

Walmart earlier this year agree to pay $16 billion for a roughly 77 percent stake in the Indian e-commerce firm, Amazon’s main rival for India’s 1.3 billion consumers.

It was the U.S. retailer’s largest-ever deal and a major move in its efforts to oppose Amazon at home and abroad.

Reporting by Nivedita Balu in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur

iOS 12.0.1 Jailbreak: New WebKit RCE Bug Discovered And Exploited

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Nov
13
iOS 12.0.1 Jailbreak
Image Source: Apple.com (screenshot)

We have been waiting for an iOS 12 jailbreak tool for months, but there seems to be no confirmed public jailbreak on the horizon. It doesn’t mean developers in the community are not putting any efforts. With its iOS 12 software and A12 Bionic chip, Apple has made it more difficult than ever before to jailbreak iPhones and iPads. Now one developer has discovered and exploited an iOS 12.0.1 WebKit RCE bug that could lead to a public iOS 12.0.1 jailbreak in the near future.

Will this lead to an iOS 12.0.1 jailbreak?

Korean Twitter user Ahn Ki Chan said in a tweet that developer Kudima (@begger_dd) aka BigD has submitted a WebKit RCE exploit to the GitHub repository. You can find it here. The exploit works with up to 12.0.1, which gives us hope that there could be an iOS 12.0.1 jailbreak in the future. It also means that Apple has patched the bug in the recently released iOS 12.1, which brought many new features and bug fixes including Group FaceTime.

Kudima aka BigD is well-known in the jailbreaking community. Another popular security researcher Niklas B praised Kudima, saying their exploits and annotations are always useful and thorough. Back in August, BigD had also submitted an annotated WebKit infoleak exploit for the iOS 11.4.1. The latest exploit shared by BigD is only one step in the long journey to put all the pieces together and release a public iOS 12.0.1 jailbreak, if BigD chooses to work on it.

Other developments in the community

Last month, reputed developer Luca Todesco confirmed on Twitter that he had successfully achieved iOS 12 jailbreak on the iPhone XS Max. Todesco had ‘pwned’ the iOS 12 just days after Apple released it to the public without changing even a single line of code from his earlier project. Todesco had also released a video to support his claim. The fact that Todesco had jailbroken iOS 12 on the iPhone XS Max suggests there were no hardware restrictions to prevent him from liberating the latest iPhones.

Todesco not only jailbroke the XS Max but also restored it to iOS 12 stock version. However, he didn’t reveal whether he would release a jailbreak tool publicly. In the past, Todesco has released popular jailbreak tools such as Yalu and Yalu102. His hack does show that it’s still possible to liberate iPhones and iPads from Apple’s walled garden despite the company’s attempts to prevent jailbreaking.

Even before Todesco, Chinese security firm Team Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 on the iPhone XS within a week of the new iPhones going on sale. Team Pangu achieved root access on the iPhone XS by bypassing PAC mitigation on the A12 Bionic processor. Pangu has also released iOS jailbreak tools to the public in the past. But they have now become a private security company, so they might not be interested in putting together a public jailbreak. It’s also the reason why they didn’t share the iOS 10 and iOS 11 jailbreak publicly despite having developed them.

Currently, the only reliable jailbreak tools available are the Electra and Unc0ver, both of which work up to iOS 11.3.1. There is no public iOS 12 jailbreak available at the time. Apple doesn’t want its customers to jailbreak their device. The company has strictly warned users that jailbreaking voids the warranty and removes the built-in security layers in iOS. It exposes the device to malware and other hacking attempts. Jailbreaking could also cause individual apps to become unresponsive.

Kirstie Gordon stars with ball as England shake off rust with seven-wicket win

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Nov
13

Nov 11, 2018

England 64 for 3 (Jones 28*, Sciver 23) beat Bangladesh 76 for 9 (Ayasha 39, Gordon 3-16) by seven wickets (DLS method)
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

England’s women overcame a top-order wobble, and another dramatic flurry of St Lucian rain late in their run-chase, to get their World T20 campaign up and running with a seven-wicket victory over Bangladesh at Gros Islet.

They were set a sub-par 77 after a hit-and-miss performance from Bangladesh, but England took their time to calibrate the appropriate response in tricky, tacky conditions, as Danni Wyatt was pinned lbw for a first-ball duck before Tammy Beaumont toe-ended a cut to point for 2.

England’s situation could have been even more dicey at 16 for 3 in the fourth over had Amy Jones been caught by the wicketkeeper, Shamina Sultana, who instead suffered a nasty faceplant after diving at full tilt to intercept a top-edge to point.

But, as Sultana was taken from the field nursing a bloody nose, England found a more measured gear to break the back of their run-chase. Jones settled in to anchor the innings in a 38-run stand for the third wicket with Nat Sciver, who made 23, and finished on 28 not out from 24 balls. England were 55 for 3 when the rain caused a lengthy late delay, and ended up reaching a revised target of 64 in just three balls after the resumption, thanks to a brace of boundaries and a winning single from the captain, Heather Knight.

It was a slightly scrappy performance from England, the reigning 50-over World Champions, but having been deprived of any meaningful practice in the build-up to this game, and even resorting to improvised net sessions under the grandstand, they were ready to accept any victory going.

Only 24 hours earlier, the ICC had seriously been considering relocating this group to Antigua to avoid further washouts, but in the event the start of play was delayed by just 15 minutes after a heroic mopping-up effort from the groundstaff.

Knight won the toss and chose to bowl first, with the boundary ropes brought in to the minimum legal requirement of 55 metres as part of the authorities’ bid to get this leg of their tournament up and running.

And Knight’s decision was quickly vindicated as Bangladesh were reduced to 5 for 2 in their first five overs. Anya Shrubsole found some wicked late inswing to bowl Sultana for an eight-ball duck, before Sciver – slipping into the new-ball role vacated by the injured Katherine Brunt – found Fargana Hoque’s outside edge to give Jones an early catch, diving to her right.

But, having stacked their side with three left-arm spinners – including two of the three debutants in Linsey Smith and Kirstie Gordon – England quickly chose to take pace off the ball, and Bangladesh responded with a block-or-slog response through the endeavours of Ayasha Rahman who, quite remarkably, would be the only Bangladesh batsman to make a single run in the first nine overs of the innings.

A mow for six over backward square leg off Shrubsole was followed by a violent slog through the line as Gordon’s fourth ball as an England cricketer was deposited back over her head. However, Ayasha’s blood appeared to be pumping a touch too much when she sold her partner a massive dummy – leaving Nigar Sultana run out for the third duck of the innings – and she even appeared to strain her hamstring in the process of aborting a quick single into the covers.

Undeterred, Ayasha continued to plant her front foot in a batting-by-numbers fashion, swiping Ecclestone for a third six over midwicket before hauling Gordon for four through square leg to move to 39 out of Bangladesh’s 12-over total of 42. But four balls later, she chanced her arm once too often to pick out Wyatt at cow corner and Gordon, the former Scotland international, was off the mark for her new country.

Gordon added two more scalps in her final over, including a maiden catch at long-off for England’s third new girl, Sophia Dunkley, to finish with an impressive 3 for 16 in four overs. Bangladesh kept battling to the bitter end, with Jahanara Alam smashing Sophie Eccleston for the fourth six of the innings, but their total of 76 for 9 never seemed like being enough, even allowing for the conditions, and for England’s rusty response.

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