3rd ODI: Brilliant Lee single-handedly powers South Africa women to six-run win over India | Cricket News – Times of India

LUCKNOW: South African opener Lizelle Lee single-handedly destroyed India’s chances with a career-best unbeaten 132 as the home team lost by six runs via the Duckworth-Lewis (DLS) method in the rain-marred third women’s ODI of the five-match series on Friday. Chasing a competitive 249, Lee starred for the visitors with her breathtaking knock that came … Read more

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Tainted Sharjeel Khan named in Pakistan squad for South Africa, Zimbabwe tours | Cricket News – Times of India

KARACHI: Pakistan on Friday named disgraced opener Sharjeel Khan, who served a ban for spot-fixing, in the national T20 squad for the upcoming away tours of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Left-handed batsmen Sharjeel was banned for five-years in August, 2017 by the Anti-Corruption Tribunal of the Pakistan Cricket Board after being found guilty of corruption … Read more

Japan Coronavirus News: Japan intends to limit number of arrivals to 2,000 per day amid Covid-19 | World News – Times of India

TOKYO: The Japanese government intends to introduce a daily limit on the number of people arriving in the country, including Japanese nationals and foreigners, to 2,000 to control the possible spread of new coronavirus strains and ensure the effectiveness of current related restrictions, Transport Minister Kazuyoshi Akaba said. “Currently, to implement reliable quarantine measures, a … Read more

Samsung Galaxy M42 to be the first 5G smartphone in Galaxy M series – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Samsung recently expanded its Galaxy M-series of smartphones with the launch of Galaxy M12 smartphone. It appears that the company is now gearing up for the launch of another M-series device. According to a Dutch website, Galaxy Club and WiFi Alliance listing, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy M42 smartphone soon. The … Read more

Joe Biden: President Joe Biden sets goal of July 4th to ‘mark Independence’ from coronavirus | World News – Times of India

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden has announced that all adult Americans will be eligible for Covid-19 vaccination by May 1 under an ambitious plan to get the country, worst-hit by the pandemic, closer to normal by July 4th, Independence Day. In his first prime-time address to the nation on Thursday since assuming office on January … Read more

Microsoft Teams to get low data mode to help you make calls on slow internet speeds – Times of India

Software and cloud computing giant Microsoft is soon going to roll out a new feature to video chatting platform Teams that will help in attending calls in case you have poor internet connectivity. The company Is working on adding a low bandwidth mode to facilitate calls even if users have access to slow internet, the … Read more

Covid vaccine plan: With eyes on China, US and allies launch vaccine plan | World News – Times of India

WASHINGTON: The United States, India, Japan and Australia have launched a joint drive to ramp up the Covid-19 vaccine supply in Asia, mounting a challenge to China in the first-ever summit of the four democracies on Friday. US President Joe Biden, who has vowed to reinvigorate alliances in the face of growing worries about China, … Read more

Myanmar junta charges five journalists, including AP, over coup coverage – Times of India

Monks and protesters hold placard and gesture with a three-fingers symbol of resistance, as they protest against the military coup in Mandalay, Myanmar (AP) YANGON: A Myanmar court formally charged five journalists on Friday, including a photographer from AP, over their coverage of anti-coup protests, after a week in which the military junta raided newsrooms … Read more

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