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‘Wonder Woman’ the first action film I enjoyed: Rachel Weisz

London: Actor Rachel Weisz says blockbuster superhero film “Wonder Woman” was the first action ever that film she enjoyed watching. The 47-year-old actor said the Patty Jenkins-directed film was her favourite movie of 2017 and she now understands men’s fixation with superheroes. “‘Wonder Woman’ was my favourite film of the year. I thought that was completely magnificent. It’s the first ...

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Australia’s Steve Smith in ball tampering controversy

During the fourth Ashes Test in Melbourne last month, England bowler Jimmy Anderson was accused of ball tampering by Australian media. Wisden Editor Lawrence Booth examined that incident and the emotive issue of ball tampering at the time… What’s all the fuss about? Australia’s Channel Nine broadcast footage of Jimmy Anderson’s left thumbnail on the ball on the fourth day’s ...

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Salesforce launches skills graph to Trailhead, aims to revamp developer resumes

Salesforce is adding a skills graph that is hoping will better highlight developers on its Trailhead platform. The approach could reinvent or at least add to traditional resumes. The company has been investing in its Trailhead platform and educational content to train developers. Salesforce can leverage its developer base and employees to drive sales and implementations. Sarah Franklin, general manager ...

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Salman Khan sings from his heart and soul: Lulia Vantur

Mumbai: Salman Khan’s good friend Iulia Vantur has praised the superstar for his singing skills and knowledge of music. Iulia, who has made her singing debut with single “Harjai”, said she has often jammed with Salman and enjoys his singing. “Salman loves singing, writing lyrics. He is acting, dancing, composing. But Salman is a better singer than me. He sings ...

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Buttler, Woakes charge leads England to 303

Innings break England 302 for 6 (Buttler 100*, Woakes 53*) v AustraliaLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details Some late-innings fireworks from Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes rescued a largely subdued England in the third ODI at the SCG. Buttler raised an 83-ball hundred from the last delivery of the innings as they crossed 300 – a score that looked unattainable for ...

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Homecoming’s Sequel Is Looking For A Badass Female, But Which Character Will It Be?

Right off the bat, the two most prominent possibilities that seem to come to mind with regards to casting a “femme fatale” for Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s sequel are the expert thief, Black Cat and the mercenary, Silver Sable. The two female badasses have long histories with Spidey (notably Cat, as she’s often regarded as the go-to costumed female Spider-Man character) and ...

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