‘Badhaai Ho’: Reasons to watch

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Oct
18

Apart from having a quirky storyline and stellar star cast, the songs from the Junglee Pictures’ film are also topping the music charts. The title track of the film, ‘BadhaaiyanTenu’ is a good news anthem which clearly shows the plight of the lead actor Ayushmann in the film who is reeling to cope with the social embarrassment of their mid-aged parents expecting a baby.

After that, they released a Punjabi dance number picturised on Ayushmann and Sanya’s engagement ceremony in the film. The upbeat Punjabi number is the hit wedding song of the year.

They also unveiled a soulful song titled, ‘Nain Na Jodeen’ which will surely tug at your heartstrings. The soulful number is inspired from a traditional Punjabi folk by the same name, performed by Reshma ji and others.

Lastly, the makers released the baby shower song which has quirky lyrics. The song gives us a glimpse of the Ayushmann and Sanya’s lovey-dovey relationship in the film. The song is also picturised on Neena Gupta on account of her baby shower in the film.

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iPhone XS Max Jailbreak On iOS 12 Achieved By Luca Todesco

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18
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People in the jailbreak community have been waiting for an iOS 12 jailbreak since Apple started beta testing the software. Developers have finally found exploits in iOS 12 to jailbreak iPhones and iPads from Apple’s walled garden. Luca Todesco, a renowned jailbreak developer, has achieved iPhone XS Max jailbreak on iOS 12. That’s quite a feat given the iPhone XS Max comes with the A12 Bionic chipset, which has additional security measures.

iPhone XS Max jailbreak: Todesco overcomes the A12 restrictions

Last month, Luca Todesco tweeted that he had ‘pwned’ the iOS 12 software. And he claimed to have done it “one first try” without altering even a single line of code from his earlier project. It means the Cupertino company hasn’t made any major changes to the final build of iOS 12 from the beta 12 version. Todesco had also released a video supporting his claim. He said at the time that he would share more details in the coming weeks.

The Italian developer has now confirmed on Twitter that the iPhone XS Max jailbreak has become a reality. Todesco successfully liberated his own XS Max running iOS 12. His iOS 12 beta exploit was still relevant on the final iOS 12 build. With this iPhone XS Max jailbreak, he has validated that there were no hardware restrictions to prevent him from liberating the device.

Todesco not only managed to achieve iPhone XS Max jailbreak but also restored the device to the stock version of iOS 12. He is currently using the same phone as his “daily driver.” Todesco described the XS Max as “a damn fine piece of hardware.” In subsequent interactions with his followers, he said he had jailbroken the A12 Bionic chipset.

When asked whether he would release the jailbreak to the public, Todesco neither confirmed nor denied it. Luca Todesco is the developer behind the popular Yalu and Yalu102 jailbreak tools in the past. It’s too early to say whether he will put an iOS 12 jailbreak in the public domain. But one thing is sure: Despite Apple’s attempt to prevent jailbreaking, the iOS 12 still has some bugs that could be exploited to liberate iPhones and iPads.

Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 before Todesco

Todesco is not the only one to have jailbroken the latest iPhones running Apple’s latest software. A few weeks ago, Chinese security research firm Pangu successfully jailbroke the iOS 12 software on iPhone XS. It was entirely possible for Pangu to liberate iPhone XS Max as well considering both the handsets run the same A12 chipset. Pangu managed to jailbreak it within a week of the new iPhones going on sale.

Team Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 on iPhone XS by bypassing PAC mitigation on the A12 Bionic chipset. They were able to achieve root access on the iPhone XS. Just like Luca Todesco, Pangu has a history of putting together all the pieces of a jailbreak and making it available to the public. The last jailbreak tool Pangu put in the public domain was for iOS 9 in October 2015.

However, Pangu might not release their jailbreak to the public this time. As one Reddit user points out, Pangu has now become a private security company, which is why they didn’t release the iOS 10 and iOS 11 jailbreaks publicly despite having developed them.

Apple doesn’t like it when the iPhone and iPad users liberate their devices. The company warns that jailbreaking voids the warranty on the device and removes the built-in security layers in iOS, exposing you to malware and other hacking attempts. It could also cause your device and individual apps to become unresponsive or crash unexpectedly. Notably, people who jailbreak their devices are already aware of these risks.

Danish Kaneria finally admits guilt in Mervyn Westfield spot-fixing case

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Oct
18

Former Pakistan legspinner Danish Kaneria has admitted his guilt in the spot-fixing case involving former Essex team-mate Mervyn Westfield, more than six years after he was banned for life by the ECB.

“My name is Danish Kaneria and I admit that I was guilty of the two charges brought against me by the England and Wales Cricket Board in 2012,” Kaneria, 37, told Al Jazeera. “I have become strong enough to make this decision, because you cannot live a life with lies.”

Westfield, 23 at the time, had admitted to accepting £6000 in return for conceding a set number of runs off an over in a Pro40 match against Durham in September 2009. He was jailed after pleading guilty to the charge of accepting or obtaining corrupt payments. Kaneria, who was arrested along with Westfield in 2010 only for charges to be dropped due to a lack of evidence, was alleged to have been the go-between between Westfield and Anu Bhatt, who was on the ICC radar for being a person involved in illegal betting.

Kaneria had protested his innocence in the matter several times over the years and appealed repeatedly – and unsuccessfully – to have his life ban revoked. Though he was banned by the ECB, the ICC’s anti-corruption code states that decisions based on a board’s regulations should be upheld by boards around the world.

In the Al Jazeera interview, Kaneria said he had met Bhatt four years before the Essex game for which he and Westfield came under scrutiny. “In 2005 on a West Indies tour, my assistant manager introduced me to Anu Bhatt, because he was a Hindu and he was a cricket fan,” Kaneria, who was the only Hindu in the Pakistan team at the time, said. “Then we were on a India tour and over there, 2008 it was I think, Anu Bhatt invited the whole team for dinner, so me and my wife and other cricketers went to his house for the dinner.”

Kaneria admitted to ignoring warnings from the ICC’s ACU that Bhatt was a “suspicious guy”. “[ACU] Came to Pakistan and told several cricketers and me that he is a suspicious guy and is involved in doing fixing,” he said. “I regret very much, I didn’t complain to the higher authorities, like English Cricket Board or ICC unit. I didn’t inform or didn’t tell them this guy is over here [in the UK].

“Mervyn used to tell me that he wants to become a rich cricketer. I was highly paid in Essex, and I was an international player at that time. And I was living a life, a very lavish life, so he also wanted to make money. I think he was targeted by Anu Bhatt and I think he fell into that temptation. Being an international cricketer and a senior cricketer, I should have taken it one step higher of telling Mervyn that this guy is suspicious.

who died of cancer in 2013 – had been in poor health. “His health was getting worse and worse,” Kaneria said. “I didn’t have the courage to face him and tell him that I was wrong. He was a very, very proud guy. Very, very proud of me and what I did, representing Pakistan, representing my country.”

Kaneria played 61 Tests for Pakistan between 2000 and 2010 and took 261 wickets at an average of 34.79. He is still Pakistan’s most successful spin bowler.

May seeks to reassure EU leaders on Brexit deal

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Oct
18

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May assured EU leaders in Brussels on Wednesday that she can still reach a Brexit deal, avoiding a showdown over stalled talks as Brussels stepped up planning for a failure of negotiations.

May was given a 15-minute slot to speak to the bloc’s other 27 leaders before they sat down to dinner without her and discussed preparations for a possible no-deal Brexit under which Britain leaves the European Union without a treaty to cushion the disruption to businesses across the continent.

But three days after talks stalled over the Irish border “backstop”, thwarting hopes of a deal at the summit, May arrived determined to stress that an accord was still on the cards.

“We have shown we can do difficult deals together constructively. I remain confident of a good outcome,” she told the leaders, according to a British official. “The last stage will need courage, trust and leadership on both sides.”

It was far from the “decisive progress” the 27 had wanted and they agreed to call off — for now at least — a planned Nov. 17-18 summit that was to have inked an agreement. Instead, May gets some more weeks to resolve the domestic political woes which most EU leaders believe are the real obstacle to a deal.

A month after May’s last meeting in Austria, when her rejection of EU proposals designed to avoid a revival of border tensions in Northern Ireland provoked angry reactions, her tone was much calmer, said EU officials who were present.

“The tone was more relaxed than in Salzburg, undoubtedly. There is a message of goodwill,” said Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament. “But I did not perceive anything substantially new in terms of content … The tone was of someone who wants to reach an agreement.”

An aide to French President Emmanuel Macron said much of the discussion among the 27 was about May’s difficulties in getting any deal through parliament, where some in her own party would rather walk out of the EU without any strings.

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said: “I am optimistic that we can reach a deal in the next weeks or months.”

EU negotiator Michel Barnier, who briefed the leaders, believes a deal must be done by December to give parliaments on both sides of the English Channel time to ratify a treaty.

TRANSITION PROPOSAL

Tajani said he raised with May the possibility that the post-Brexit transition period, during which Britain would retain EU rules and so avoid border problems with Ireland, could be extended by a year to 2021. EU negotiators proposed this to ease a demand for special rules for Northern Ireland.

Such an extension, keeping Britain under EU governance with no say in it, would be highly unpopular with hardline supporters of Brexit. Tajani said May told him she would consider it but gave no indication of whether she favoured such an extension.

May has repeatedly ruled out extending what she calls an implementation period, but at least one of her ministers has indicated he may support such a step. She has instead pressed the EU to move on to talks on the future relationship, and secure a trade deal that could end the need for a backstop.

One EU diplomat closely involved in the negotiations said May’s intervention had revived spirits after the disappointments of the weekend: “The atmosphere has improved. There is more trust and willingness to move forward together.”

Earlier, German Chancellor Angela Merkel had cautioned that Europe must prepare for all outcomes: “That includes the possibility that Britain leaves the European Union without a deal.”

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker briefed the leaders on the EU executive’s plans for a no-deal scenario.

May will rejoin her EU counterparts on Thursday as the focus shifts to a summit with Asian leaders, including China’s Premier Li Keqiang and the prime ministers of Japan and Russia.

Additional reporting by Elizabeth Piper, Robin Emmott, Philip Blenkinsop, Jan Strupczewski, Peter Maushagen, Andreas Rinke, Francesco Guarascio, Daphne Psaledakis, Foo Yun Chee, Alissa de Carbonnel, Michel Rose, Jean-Baptiste Vey and Vladimir Soldatkin; Writing by Alastair Macdonald; Editing by Noah Barkin

‘Badhaai Ho’: Reasons to watch

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Oct
17

Apart from having a quirky storyline and stellar star cast, the songs from the Junglee Pictures’ film are also topping the music charts. The title track of the film, ‘BadhaaiyanTenu’ is a good news anthem which clearly shows the plight of the lead actor Ayushmann in the film who is reeling to cope with the social embarrassment of their mid-aged parents expecting a baby.

After that, they released a Punjabi dance number picturised on Ayushmann and Sanya’s engagement ceremony in the film. The upbeat Punjabi number is the hit wedding song of the year.

They also unveiled a soulful song titled, ‘Nain Na Jodeen’ which will surely tug at your heartstrings. The soulful number is inspired from a traditional Punjabi folk by the same name, performed by Reshma ji and others.

Lastly, the makers released the baby shower song which has quirky lyrics. The song gives us a glimpse of the Ayushmann and Sanya’s lovey-dovey relationship in the film. The song is also picturised on Neena Gupta on account of her baby shower in the film.

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iPhone XS Max Jailbreak On iOS 12 Achieved By Luca Todesco

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Oct
17
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People in the jailbreak community have been waiting for an iOS 12 jailbreak since Apple started beta testing the software. Developers have finally found exploits in iOS 12 to jailbreak iPhones and iPads from Apple’s walled garden. Luca Todesco, a renowned jailbreak developer, has achieved iPhone XS Max jailbreak on iOS 12. That’s quite a feat given the iPhone XS Max comes with the A12 Bionic chipset, which has additional security measures.

iPhone XS Max jailbreak: Todesco overcomes the A12 restrictions

Last month, Luca Todesco tweeted that he had ‘pwned’ the iOS 12 software. And he claimed to have done it “one first try” without altering even a single line of code from his earlier project. It means the Cupertino company hasn’t made any major changes to the final build of iOS 12 from the beta 12 version. Todesco had also released a video supporting his claim. He said at the time that he would share more details in the coming weeks.

The Italian developer has now confirmed on Twitter that the iPhone XS Max jailbreak has become a reality. Todesco successfully liberated his own XS Max running iOS 12. His iOS 12 beta exploit was still relevant on the final iOS 12 build. With this iPhone XS Max jailbreak, he has validated that there were no hardware restrictions to prevent him from liberating the device.

Todesco not only managed to achieve iPhone XS Max jailbreak but also restored the device to the stock version of iOS 12. He is currently using the same phone as his “daily driver.” Todesco described the XS Max as “a damn fine piece of hardware.” In subsequent interactions with his followers, he said he had jailbroken the A12 Bionic chipset.

When asked whether he would release the jailbreak to the public, Todesco neither confirmed nor denied it. Luca Todesco is the developer behind the popular Yalu and Yalu102 jailbreak tools in the past. It’s too early to say whether he will put an iOS 12 jailbreak in the public domain. But one thing is sure: Despite Apple’s attempt to prevent jailbreaking, the iOS 12 still has some bugs that could be exploited to liberate iPhones and iPads.

Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 before Todesco

Todesco is not the only one to have jailbroken the latest iPhones running Apple’s latest software. A few weeks ago, Chinese security research firm Pangu successfully jailbroke the iOS 12 software on iPhone XS. It was entirely possible for Pangu to liberate iPhone XS Max as well considering both the handsets run the same A12 chipset. Pangu managed to jailbreak it within a week of the new iPhones going on sale.

Team Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 on iPhone XS by bypassing PAC mitigation on the A12 Bionic chipset. They were able to achieve root access on the iPhone XS. Just like Luca Todesco, Pangu has a history of putting together all the pieces of a jailbreak and making it available to the public. The last jailbreak tool Pangu put in the public domain was for iOS 9 in October 2015.

However, Pangu might not release their jailbreak to the public this time. As one Reddit user points out, Pangu has now become a private security company, which is why they didn’t release the iOS 10 and iOS 11 jailbreaks publicly despite having developed them.

Apple doesn’t like it when the iPhone and iPad users liberate their devices. The company warns that jailbreaking voids the warranty on the device and removes the built-in security layers in iOS, exposing you to malware and other hacking attempts. It could also cause your device and individual apps to become unresponsive or crash unexpectedly. Notably, people who jailbreak their devices are already aware of these risks.

Pakistan could call up Rizwan as substitute wicketkeeper for Sarfraz

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Oct
17

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Rules introduced last year will allow Pakistan to look into the option of calling up a substitute wicketkeeper in case captain Sarfraz Ahmed is unable to take the gloves on the second day of the second Test against Australia in Abu Dhabi.

Sarfraz was hit on his left forearm by a Mitchell Starc short ball when he was on 90, in the 70th over of Pakistan’s innings. After getting some treatment, he batted on for a couple of overs before holing out off Marnus Labuschange for 94.

He then kept wicket for the seven overs Australia batted, not looking comfortable, but still taking an excellent, diving leg-side catch to dismiss Usman Khawaja.

When he turned up at the end of the day to speak to media, it was with an icepack strapped to his left forearm.

“The arm is not moving properly,” he said. “It’s a bruise, but I think it will have swelling later. I think Mickey [Arthur] was talking to the umpires about a reserve wicketkeeper tomorrow. That time when I was hit, I felt pain, but I hung on because I was approaching my century.

“I think had it been more forceful, then I would not have been able to bat properly after that, but I hope that with icing, it will get better.”

The MCC, guardians of the Laws of Cricket, last year introduced a rule confirming that substitute fielders will be allowed to keep wicket should the original wicketkeeper suffer an injury during play. The umpires have to okay the change, and it is understood that match officials will allow another wicketkeeper should Sarfraz not be able to come out.

That will be Mohammad Rizwan, who was part of the original 18-man Pakistan squad for this Test series. Rizwan was released before the second Test and allowed to join the Pakistan ‘A’ side, also in the UAE, to take on New Zealand ‘A’. That, however, is believed to not be an issue in allowing Rizwan to take over.

In the ICC’s Test match playing conditions, clause 1.2.1 states that each captain can nominate up to six substitute fielders on the team sheet handed to the match referee before the toss.

Whether or not Rizwan’s name was on that team sheet – as he had been released – is a point made moot by clause 1.2.2, which says: “Only those nominated as substitute fielders shall be entitled to act as substitute fielders during the match, unless the ICC Match Referee, in exceptional circumstances, allows subsequent additions.”

Pakistan are fortunate in having Rizwan, who has played one Test, available in the first place. The usual practice, under Sarfraz’s captaincy, has been to not pick a back-up wicketkeeper in their squads. But a lack of form and concern over Sarfraz’s excessive workload meant Rizwan was selected.

In the event that Sarfraz doesn’t show up, Asad Shafiq will lead Pakistan on the field.

Osman Samiuddin is a senior editor at ESPNcricinfo

Trump gives Saudi Arabia benefit of doubt in journalist’s disappearance

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Oct
17

WASHINGTON/RIYADH (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump gave Saudi Arabia the benefit of the doubt in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi even as senior U.S. lawmakers pointed the finger at the Saudi leadership and Western pressure mounted on Riyadh to provide answers.

“Here we go again with you’re guilty until proven innocent,” Trump told the Associated Press in an interview on Tuesday.

Trump had used a similar formulation of language when his nomination of Brett Kavanuagh to the U.S. Supreme Court ran into trouble in the Senate after several women came forward to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.

  • Pompeo meets Saudi king over Khashoggi case, Turks to search consul’s residence

Earlier, Trump said Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman denied knowing what happened in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul where Khashoggi vanished two weeks ago after going there to collect documents he needed for his planned marriage.

Turkish officials have said they believe the Saudi journalist was murdered there and his body removed, which the Saudis have strongly denied. Khashoggi was a U.S. resident who wrote columns for the Washington Post and he was critical of the Saudi government, calling for reforms.

“Just spoke with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia who totally denied any knowledge of what took place in their Turkish Consulate,” Trump wrote on Twitter. Trump also wrote that the crown prince “told me that he has already started, and will rapidly expand, a full and complete investigation into this matter. Answers will be forthcoming shortly.”

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who met with Saudi King Salman, the crown prince and foreign minister, said his assessment from the meetings was that there was “a serious commitment to determine all the facts and ensure accountability, including accountability for Saudi Arabia’s senior leaders or senior officials.

The remarks reflect a dilemma for the United States, Britain and other Western nations in how to respond to an authoritarian monarchy that does not typically bow to foreign pressures. Saudi Arabia is the world’s top oil exporter, spends lavishly on Western arms and is a major Sunni Muslim ally.

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican close to Trump on some issues, called the crown prince a “toxic” figure, adding, “He can never be a world leader on the world stage.”

“I’ve been their biggest defender on the floor of the United States Senate,” Graham said. “This guy is a wrecking ball. He had this guy murdered in a consulate in Turkey and to expect me to ignore it. I feel used and abused,” Graham said.

U.S. media outlets reported on Monday that Saudi Arabia will acknowledge Khashoggi was killed in a botched interrogation.

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Trump speculated on Monday that “rogue killers” could be behind the disappearance but gave no evidence to back up that theory.

Reporting by Makini Brice and Leah Millis; Additional reporting by Yesim Dikmen and Sarah Dadouch and Bulent Usta in Istanbul, Orhan Coskun, Gulsen Solaker, Ece Toksabay and Tuvan Gumrukcu in Ankara, John Revill in Basel, Oliver Hirt in Zurich, Lawrence White in London and Jonathan Spicer, Lesley Wroughton, Tim Ahmann and Susan Heavey in Washington; Writing by Alistair Bell; Editing by Yara Bayoumy, Will Dunham and Grant McCool

Alia in New York to meet Ranbir and family?

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Oct
16

It is Ranbir Kapoor’s birthday today, and while warm wishes have been pouring in from fans, friends and family, rumoured girlfriend Alia Bhatt sent out a sweet message. Taking to Instagram, the actress posted a throwback photo of Ranbir beaming with joy on the sets of ‘Brahmastra’.

“Happy Birthday Sunshine,” she captioned the click.

According to reports, Ranbir marked his birthday with his mother Neetu Singh, Alia and her mother Soni Razdan by his side. However, the young hunk got the party started on Wednesday night by calling Alia, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Karan Johar for a pre-birthday bash at his residence.

Ranbir and Alia began their love story on the sets of the Ayan Mukerji directorial ‘Brahmastra’, the first part of an adventure trilogy. Although Ranbir has admitted that he is in a relationship with the actress, she has never spelt it out in words.

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iPhone XS Max Has Been Jailbroken on iOS 12

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Oct
16

Well, it was going to happen eventually and Luca Tudesco has pulled it off. iPhone XS Max has been jailbroken on iOS 12.

iOS 12 Has Been Jailbroken on iPhone XS Max, But There’s Nothing More to it

The iPhone XS Max has been available for a while now and it was only a moment of time when someone from the jailbreak community would casually walk into the public domain and announce a big win. Though the Pangu team did announce that they have successfully jailbroken iOS 12, but now famed developer Luca Tudesco has chimed in and revealed that he has pulled off the same feat but on the iPhone XS Max, boasting Apple’s latest chip, the A12 Bionic.

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Though that sounds like an epic revelation for jailbreak enthusiasts, and it actually is, but keep in mind that this particular jailbreak might not ever see itself released into the hands of the public. The good news is that the jailbreak is possible on iOS 12, and those extremely eager to liberate their devices should stick around with iOS 12 and avoid every single update Apple releases in due course.

iPhone XS Max

Apart from the fact that the iPhone XS Max has been jailbroken, Luca Tudesco also said that the iPhone XS Max is a fine piece of hardware and is currently using the smartphone as a daily driver. That is a lot of praise for Apple’s latest smartphone on its own, which is only a good thing considering the amount of flak the device has gotten lately by the media over a number of issues including chargegate, beautygate and more. Basically, all of these are issues which can easily be fixed by a software update. The charging issue has been already taken care of in iOS 12.1 beta, but it will be a while before the update makes it into the hands of the consumer.

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It remains to be seen at this point whether or not someone would step in and replicate the jailbreak for the public. But given how things are right now, I wouldn’t quite recommend holding your breath for it right now. The only thing I can suggest is that users stick with iOS 12 and avoid any future releases of the software as they arrive.

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Another Cook century, more wickets for Morris

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Oct
16

Results summary

Cape Cobras moved to the top of the table after the second round of the 4-Day Franchise Series, beating Lions by an innings and 71 runs at the Wanderers in Johannesburg for their second win in two games. Their victory was set up by hundreds from Janneman Malan and David Bedingham in Cobras’ first innings, and sealed with a day to spare by a seven-wicket haul from captain Dane Piedt. Malan and Bedingham’s hundreds, their first for Cobras in four-day matches with both men having moved to the franchise this season, were accompanied by three fifties in a dominant batting display as Cobras reached 529 to take a lead of 425. Stephen Cook managed a rearguard century in response, but Lions collapsed from 341 for 4 in the 96th over to 354 all out in a matter of seven overs to hand Cobras 25.7 points.

In Kimberley, a finely-balanced game between Knights and Dolphins was turned by inspired spells from seamers Duanne Olivier and Ottniel Baartman that shot Dolphins out for 135 on the third day. Dolphins had started their second innings with a narrow two-run lead after the two teams had reached 268 and 266 in the first dig, but from 48 for 2 overnight, they lost eight wickets for 87 as Baartman scythed through the top order with 3 for 30 and Olivier mopped up the tail to finish with 4 for 35. Knights slipped to a nervy 60 for 4 in their chase of 138, but Luthando Mnyanda’s 62 and an unbeaten 40 from Ryan McLaren sealed Knights’ first win of the season.

The highveld rain that washed out the final T20I of Zimbabwe’s tour also ruined the match between Warriors and Titans in Centurion. The game ended in a draw after bad light curtailed the second day and rain washed out much of the third, when only eight deliveries were bowled. Warriors had passed 300 in their first innings despite Chris Morris‘ eye-catching 6 for 66, with opener Edward Moore carrying his bat with an unbeaten 116. Anrich Nortje and Simon Harmer then shared eight wickets to bowl Titans out for 267 on the final day after the weather had had its say, but the captains shook hands before tea when it became apparent no result would be possible.

On the national radar

Both Aiden Markram and Dean Elgar fell cheaply in Titans’ rain-affected innings, Elgar falling fourth ball to Harmer’s offspin. With Farhaan Behardien also falling for a duck, Titans’ innings was stitched together by Test hopeful Theunis de Bruyn, who passed 4000 first-class runs in the course of his 103. Morris’ first innings wickets won’t have escaped the attention of the national coach Ottis Gibson, who said: “We know when he’s fit what he can do and he’s doing it now. And that’s good for him and it’s good for us. His name will certainly be in the picture. We just thought let’s give him some time to do exactly what he’s doing now in franchise cricket, and that gives us an opportunity to get a fit Chris Morris who can produce performances like he is doing now.”

Also on the selection radar, Reeza Hendricks managed scores of 41 and 13 batting at No. 4 for Lions against Cape Cobras.

Top performers

With a century in each game so far, Cook has moved to the top of the competition’s run charts with 297 at 74.25. Not far behind him is Warriors’ left-handed opener Moore. He scored his first century of the season – and eighth overall in first-class cricket – that denied a marauding Morris in Centurion. Moore added a rapid 73 in the second innings, and seems to be in good form after his 41 in the season opener against Lions.

For the bowlers, Morris’ wickets must surely be sending a message. He tops the wickets charts with 12 victims at 16.33, but it must also be noted that he ran out of steam somewhat as the game meandered towards a draw, leaking 57 runs in eight overs as Moore and Yaseen Vallie went on the attack.

Olivier’s match figures of 8 for 85 against Dolphins put him just behind Morris, with 11 wickets from two games, while left-arm spinner Senuran Muthusamy’s eight-wicket haul in the same game capped a fine all-round performance from him after he had collected a first innings 62.

Amazon India say services boosting large appliance sales

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Oct
16

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Amazon’s investment in an extensive delivery network, and offering installation services and monthly payment plans, helped make large appliances a major category during its annual festive sale, the head of its Indian business said on Monday.

The bulk of orders for goods such as washing machines and refrigerators came from India’s smaller towns and cities, said Amit Agarwal, adding offerings like extended warranties and same day installation paid off.

“Removing the worry from shopping works,” said Agarwal in a telephone interview, as Amazon wound down its five-day annual festive season sale on Monday.

India’s October-December festive season is the time most households buy big-ticket items.

Smartphones were the largest selling category in terms of value, while fashion was the biggest by units sold, he said.

Amazon’s private label brands – that include everything from dry fruits to backpacks – sold 10 times more than during the e-tailer’s festive sale last year.

Almost 80 percent of Amazon’s new customers and half its new Prime members are from smaller towns too, Agarwal said.

Prime, Amazon’s loyalty program that offers faster delivery, and free music and video streaming services, has helped Amazon attract tens of millions in India, making it Amazon’s fastest-growing Prime market globally.

Sales of new sellers participating in Amazon’s festive event also grew, with over 7,000 sellers clocking upward of a million rupees each, Agarwal said.

“For us we are seeing very broad based success across all our sellers,” he said.

Amazon vies with homegrown Flipkart in India’s burgeoning e-commerce market, tipped in a few years to be worth $200 billion annually. The rivalry has increased this year after U.S. retail giant Walmart bought a majority stake in Flipkart, whose festive season sale ended on Sunday.

Reporting by Sankalp Phartiyal; Editing by Euan Rocha and Mark Potter

Alia in New York to meet Ranbir and family?

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15

It is Ranbir Kapoor’s birthday today, and while warm wishes have been pouring in from fans, friends and family, rumoured girlfriend Alia Bhatt sent out a sweet message. Taking to Instagram, the actress posted a throwback photo of Ranbir beaming with joy on the sets of ‘Brahmastra’.

“Happy Birthday Sunshine,” she captioned the click.

According to reports, Ranbir marked his birthday with his mother Neetu Singh, Alia and her mother Soni Razdan by his side. However, the young hunk got the party started on Wednesday night by calling Alia, Shah Rukh Khan, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Karan Johar for a pre-birthday bash at his residence.

Ranbir and Alia began their love story on the sets of the Ayan Mukerji directorial ‘Brahmastra’, the first part of an adventure trilogy. Although Ranbir has admitted that he is in a relationship with the actress, she has never spelt it out in words.

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iPhone XS Max Jailbreak On iOS 12 Achieved By Luca Todesco

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15
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People in the jailbreak community have been waiting for an iOS 12 jailbreak since Apple started beta testing the software. Developers have finally found exploits in iOS 12 to jailbreak iPhones and iPads from Apple’s walled garden. Luca Todesco, a renowned jailbreak developer, has achieved iPhone XS Max jailbreak on iOS 12. That’s quite a feat given the iPhone XS Max comes with the A12 Bionic chipset, which has additional security measures.

iPhone XS Max jailbreak: Todesco overcomes the A12 restrictions

Last month, Luca Todesco tweeted that he had ‘pwned’ the iOS 12 software. And he claimed to have done it “one first try” without altering even a single line of code from his earlier project. It means the Cupertino company hasn’t made any major changes to the final build of iOS 12 from the beta 12 version. Todesco had also released a video supporting his claim. He said at the time that he would share more details in the coming weeks.

The Italian developer has now confirmed on Twitter that the iPhone XS Max jailbreak has become a reality. Todesco successfully liberated his own XS Max running iOS 12. His iOS 12 beta exploit was still relevant on the final iOS 12 build. With this iPhone XS Max jailbreak, he has validated that there were no hardware restrictions to prevent him from liberating the device.

Todesco not only managed to achieve iPhone XS Max jailbreak but also restored the device to the stock version of iOS 12. He is currently using the same phone as his “daily driver.” Todesco described the XS Max as “a damn fine piece of hardware.” In subsequent interactions with his followers, he said he had jailbroken the A12 Bionic chipset.

When asked whether he would release the jailbreak to the public, Todesco neither confirmed nor denied it. Luca Todesco is the developer behind the popular Yalu and Yalu102 jailbreak tools in the past. It’s too early to say whether he will put an iOS 12 jailbreak in the public domain. But one thing is sure: Despite Apple’s attempt to prevent jailbreaking, the iOS 12 still has some bugs that could be exploited to liberate iPhones and iPads.

Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 before Todesco

Todesco is not the only one to have jailbroken the latest iPhones running Apple’s latest software. A few weeks ago, Chinese security research firm Pangu successfully jailbroke the iOS 12 software on iPhone XS. It was entirely possible for Pangu to liberate iPhone XS Max as well considering both the handsets run the same A12 chipset. Pangu managed to jailbreak it within a week of the new iPhones going on sale.

Team Pangu jailbroke iOS 12 on iPhone XS by bypassing PAC mitigation on the A12 Bionic chipset. They were able to achieve root access on the iPhone XS. Just like Luca Todesco, Pangu has a history of putting together all the pieces of a jailbreak and making it available to the public. The last jailbreak tool Pangu put in the public domain was for iOS 9 in October 2015.

However, Pangu might not release their jailbreak to the public this time. As one Reddit user points out, Pangu has now become a private security company, which is why they didn’t release the iOS 10 and iOS 11 jailbreaks publicly despite having developed them.

Apple doesn’t like it when the iPhone and iPad users liberate their devices. The company warns that jailbreaking voids the warranty on the device and removes the built-in security layers in iOS, exposing you to malware and other hacking attempts. It could also cause your device and individual apps to become unresponsive or crash unexpectedly. Notably, people who jailbreak their devices are already aware of these risks.

Rahul Johri not to attend ICC meeting

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Oct
15

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BCCI secretary Amitabh Chaudhary is expected to represent the board at the ICC’s chief executives’ meeting to be held in Singapore this week, a task that would normally have fallen to its CEO Rahul Johri. The decision follows #MeToo allegations, made public on Friday, around Johri’s conduct with a fellow professional in his previous job.

The BCCI’s first response to the anonymous allegations of Johri’s alleged conduct against a woman ex-colleague in the television industry, before he joined the BCCI, had been to seek an “explanation” from Johri within a week. There was no word on whether the allegations would affect Johri’s daily operations inside the BCCI or indeed his presence as the Indian board’s representative at the Singapore meeting on October 17 and 18. It is believed that protests from within the board, the two-member Committee of Administrators (CoA), as well as reservations expressed at the highest level of the ICC went ahead to ensure that Johri would not be be a part of the CEOs meeting in Singapore. The possibility of Johri turning up at the meeting in Singapore had made the situation “very uncomfortable”, according to a cricket official.

The allegations against Johri, made anonymously through Twitter, are part of a vitally transformed global environment around issues of sexual harassment, abuse and crimes against women. The BCCI’s own internal complaints committee against workplace harassment has only been in place since April 2018. The committee is headed by BCCI lawyer Karina Kripalani, GM Operations Saba Karim, Rupawati Rao, who works in BCCI accounts, and external member Mumbai-based women’s rights lawyer Veena Gowda.

This is the third time within 18 months that the BCCI, and through them the CoA, have been faced with complaints, accusations and allegations of sexual harassment around its senior executives. Johri’s name has featured in them, but it is not yet certain if two complaints were indeed the same one, only with more details. Given the nature of the allegations against the CEO of the most high-profile and richest sporting body in India and the richest board in world cricket, the complaints committee could be dealing with their biggest and most scrutinised case yet.

‘Venom,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ repeat box office wins, ‘First Man’ launches to $16.6 million

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Oct
15

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Tom Hardy’s “Venom” grabbed $35.7 million to repeat as the winner of the North American box office, followed by Lady Gaga’s “A Star Is Born” with $28 million.

Ryan Gosling’s “First Man” launched in third place at the low end of expectations with $16.6 million at 3,640 sites, edging the opening of Sony’s “Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” with $16.2 million at 3,521 venues.

“Venom,” which declined 56 percent, is the first repeat winner at the box office since “Crazy Rich Asians” won three straight weekends in August. Moviegoers have continued to shrug off negative reviews as the movie has taken in more than $142 million domestically at 4,250 locations in its first 10 days for Sony. It’s also continued the dominance of Marvel’s characters in the superhero movie realm.

“A Star Is Born,” bolstered by stellar reviews and fans excited over the Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper collaboration, declined by only 33 percent and lifted its 10-day total to more than $94 million at 3,708 venues.

“First Man” audiences gave the film a B+ CinemaScore. Universal’s distribution president Jim Orr said that the “First Man” results were not disappointing, given that the core audience is an older demographic.

“As we’ve seen in this release corridor, quality films like ‘First Man’ — Certified Fresh at 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes — have strong playability and will have tremendous legs at the box office,” he said. “This weekend’s results are a just a starting point. Quality adult dramas released in this time period produce very healthy multiples. This is very much a marathon, not a sprint.”

“First Man,” directed by Damien Chazelle, follows Neil Armstrong’s life and the years leading up to the Apollo 11 mission to the moon in 1969. “First Man,” which premiered at the Venice Film Festival, is receiving a major campaign for awards. Chazelle won the Best Director Academy Award last year for “La La Land.”

“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween” debuted slightly above expectations as it aims at family audiences. The original opened with $23.6 million in 2015 on its way to an $80 million domestic total.

Warner Bros.’ third weekend of animated comedy “Smallfoot” took the fifth spot with $9.3 million at 3,606 locations for a 17-day total of $57.6 million. Universal’s third weekend of “Night School” followed in sixth with $8 million at 2,870 sites giving the Kevin Hart-Tiffany Haddish comedy nearly $60 million.

Fox’s “Bad Times at the El Royale” opened below estimates in seventh place with $7.2 million at 2,808 screens. The mystery, which had been pegged for a range between $8 million and $12 million prior to the weekend, stars Dakota Johnson, Chris Hemsworth, Cynthia Erivo, Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm and Nick Offerman. Critics are supporting “Bad Times,” set at a fictional hotel on the California-Nevada border, with a 75 percent “fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Universal’s fourth weekend of “The House With a Clock in its Walls” followed in eighth place with $4 million at 2,791 locations for a 24-day total of $62 million. Fox’s expansion of teen drama “The Hate U Give” finished ninth with $1.8 million at 248 sites.

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