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Jalal-ud-Din appointed head of Pakistan women’s selection committee

Following an extensive revamp in women’s cricket administration, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has picked former Pakistan men’s fast bowler Jalal-ud-Din as the head of the women’s selection committee which had been disbanded following Pakistan’s exit from the Women’s World Cup last year. The PCB also confirmed the full-time, two-year appointment of Mark Coles as the head coach. Coles had ...

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More than half of connected Brazilians suffered cyberattacks

More than 60 percent of the Brazilian population with Internet access has been targeted by cybercriminals, according to a report by Symantec. This means that some 62 million Brazilians have suffered such attacks and each victim spent about 34 hours dealing with the consequences of the incident. Cyberattacks generated losses of $22 billion in Brazil, says the report. The country ...

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Gauri Khan shares ‘fanboy’ moment of Shah Rukh Khan from Davos

Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan seems to be extremely proud of her husband and she has all the reasons to flaunt her fondness for the ‘Baadshah Khan’ of Bollywood.  Recently, Gauri shared a photo of Shah Rukh and captioned it, “At @wef, Davos with the Crystal award…” At @wef, Davos with the Crystal award… pic.twitter.com/2S6MC7G2Hx — Gauri Khan ...

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Will Winter Soldier Factor Into Black Panther? Here’s What One Producer Told Us

Black Panther probably won’t ultimately feature very many A-list Marvel Comics characters during its runtime, but the great news is that’s balanced out by the ridiculous ensemble featured — including Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o, Michael B. Jordan, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Andy Serkis, Angela Bassett, Forrest Whitaker, Daniel Kaluuya, and many, many more. They’ll all be up on the big ...

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England aim for ‘perfect game’ says fast bowler Mark Wood

Historically, Australia Day in Adelaide tends to end in ritual humiliation for England touring teams. Take 2007, for example, when Andrew Flintoff’s decision to bat first was greeted by a cacophony of jeers from the stands, England were skittled for 110 and, having lost before the floodlights had taken effect, declined a request to play a Twenty20 beer match to ...

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HERE Technologies buys indoor maps provider Micello

HERE Technologies is buying indoor mapping company Micello in an effort to bolster its suite of location and tracking services. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Micello provides indoor map data to companies and offers a platform on which venue owners and developers can build, edit, and publish maps for large indoor spaces. HERE plans to merge Micello’s ...

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British pop musician Elton John to quit touring in shock retirement

London: British pop musician Elton John is to quit touring after nearly 50 years, the Daily Mirror newspaper reported. The 70-year-old star is calling time on the road after one last world tour, the newspaper said. The newspaper said the singer would make an announcement soon. A spokeswoman could not be reached for comment on the report. With a penchant ...

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New Pacific Rim 2 Trailer Features A Kaiju Throwing A Jaeger Through Buildings And More

John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, Rinko Kikuchi, Cailee Spaeny and Charlie Day lead Pacific Rim Uprising into theaters on March 23. This is a surprising sequel, because the first one didn’t break the bank in the U.S., though it made enough overseas to warrant a continuation. Only, original director Guillermo del Toro jumped ship, and is now in the Oscar consideration ...

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