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  1. With a genuinely quick pace and a fiery attitude, Kagiso Rabada has undeniably established himself as one of the most exciting talents to emerge from South Africa in recent years. For someone who came to the fore with his heroics in the 2014 U-19 World Cup, Rabada has not only evolved, but, in the process, he has become the bowling spearhead of the national team. His majestic spells and artistry with the ball were on full display as South Africa stunned India, the World No. 1 Test side 2-1 in the three-match series. Even in the ongoing ODI series, Rabada has been a force to be reckoned with, especially cutting a sorry figure for someone as experienced as Rohit Sharma. © BCCL While his bowling skills ranks him high in the list of top seam bowlers in the modern era, his feisty attitude and on-field display has often gotten him into trouble with the International Cricket Council (ICC). A similar incident came to light in the fifth ODI between India and South Africa which has earned him more backlash. Kagiso Rabada waves Shikhar Dhawan goodbye after finally taking his wicket. ð #SAvIND 5th ODI. ð The ð¥in this LAD! pic.twitter.com/wQhrN2942s — Andiswað (@bonoswagg) February 13, 2018 In the eighth over of India's innings, Shikhar Dhawan was looking dangerous and poised for yet another big score before Rabada got him caught out at deep square leg. And, as the Indian opener began his long walk into the hut, the South African seamer waved at him before pointing towards the dressing room. Taking note of the incident, the ICC found Rabada guilty of a Level 1 breach of its Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel and imposed a 15 per cent fine on his match fees. In the process, the 22-year-old also received one demerit point for his antics at Port Elizabeth. © BCCL The South African fast bowler now has five demerit points on his disciplinary record after receiving three demerit points against Sri Lanka in a ODI on 8 February, 2017 and one demerit point during the Lord's Test against England on 7 July 2017. Rabada was subsequently suspended from the Trent Bridge Test against England after his accumulated demerit points reached four following the Lord's breach. If Rabada reaches the next threshold of eight or more demerit points within a 24-month period, he will be suspended again from either two Tests; one Test and two ODIs/T20Is; or four ODIs/T20Is, whichever comes first for the player.
  2. LEFT: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif speaks during a news conference in Islamabad, Pakistan, September 26, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood/Files; CENTRE: Chief Minister of Punjab Shehbaz Sharif gestures after appearing before a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in Islamabad, Pakistan, June 17, 2017. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood/Files; RIGHT: Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique. Geo.tv via Geo News/Files1 RIYADH: Former Pakistani premier Nawaz Sharif arrived here in Saudi Arabia Saturday night, confirming sources' statement earlier in the day that he would be travelling to the Kingdom and would return January 2, 2018, for his next court hearing. Sharif ? who also leads the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) ? was welcomed at Riyadh airport by Khan Hasham bin Siddique, the country's ambassador to Saudi Arabia. The ex-prime minister joined his brother, Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, and Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique ? both of whom are already in the Kingdom. According to Mussadiq Malik ? the adviser to incumbent Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi ? Shehbaz is on a personal visit to Saudi Arabia and will also perform Umrah. During its visit to Saudi Arabia, the PML-N leadership is expected to meet with notables, including Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. Later, the Sharif brothers are also expected to tour London after concluding their trip to the Kingdom, sources had disclosed. Not 'necessary' that trips are political Nawaz leaves today to join Shehbaz, Saad Rafique in Saudi Arabia During the Saudi visit, the PML-N leadership is expected to meet with important personalities including Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman A day prior, Rana Sanaullah ? the Minister for Law in Punjab ? while speaking on Geo News' talk show Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Ke Saath had said the Sharif brothers will discuss the issues the Muslim Ummah and the region face at present during their visit. Nawaz and Shehbaz Sharif ?will not be talking about national matters; they will be discussing issues being faced by the Muslim world and the region,? he had said. On the other hand, Sanaullah had, however, rejected the opponents' speculation that the former prime minister was trying to obtain another National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO). ?If Saudi Arabia is getting an NRO done, then where is the other party?? he had remarked. Separately, in Quetta, Ahsan Iqbal ? the Minister of Interior Affairs ? had downplayed the Sharif duo's trip to the Kingdom, saying Muslims gather there all year round for religious purposes. "It isn't necessary that the trips are political in nature," he said. Similarly, Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan had commented that Saudi Arabia's involvement in Pakistani politics is nothing new.
  3. BEIRUT: Lebanon?s Saad al-Hariri arrived in Cyprus for a meeting with its president on Tuesday, Hariri said on his Twitter feed, ahead of his expected return to Beirut to take part in independence day celebrations on Wednesday. Hariri is expected to return to Lebanon in the coming hours, his first trip home since his sudden resignation as prime minister on Nov. 4 plunged the country into political crisis. ?It was a 45-minute meeting which was requested earlier today through diplomatic channels,? Cypriot government spokesman Nikos Christodoulides told Reuters of the meeting between Hariri and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades. ?We, and he, desire to see stability in Lebanon. He is leaving as we speak,? he added.
  4. US President Donald Trump and first lady Melania arrive in Seoul, South Korea, November 7, 2017. REUTERS OSAN, SOUTH KOREA: US President Donald Trump arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, the closest he has come to the frontlines of the nuclear standoff with North Korea, on a visit that could further aggravate tensions with Pyongyang. Landing at Osan Air Base outside the capital Seoul, Trump stepped down from Air Force One onto a red carpet as he began his 24-hour state visit with a ceremonial military honor guard arrayed on the airport tarmac. The White House says Trump?s trip is intended to demonstrate US resolve over his hardline approach to North Korean nuclear and missile threats, but many in the region fear that further bellicose presidential rhetoric could increase the risk of a devastating military conflict on the Korean peninsula. Three US aircraft carrier strike groups will conduct exercises together in the Western Pacific in the coming days in a show of force rarely seen in the region, US officials said, as Trump continues his 12-day Asia tour aimed at forging a united front against North Korea and developing trade. Pyongyang?s recent nuclear and missile tests in defiance of U.N. resolutions and an exchange of bellicose insults between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have raised the stakes in the most critical international challenge of Trump?s presidency. On the second leg of his five-nation trip, Trump on Tuesday was due to tour the main garrison for US troops stationed in South Korea, the sprawling Camp Humphreys, which lies about 100 km (60 miles) from the border with reclusive North Korea. He will later hold talks with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Trump is seeking to further ratchet up pressure on Pyongyang following his visit to Tokyo, where he declared that Japan would shoot North Korean missiles ?out of the sky? if it bought the US weaponry needed to do so, suggesting that the Japanese government take a stance it has avoided until now. The South Korea leg of Trump?s trip is an effort to present a united front despite differences with Moon over how to confront North Korea, as well as Trump?s complaints over the two countries? trade agreement and South Korean defense spending. Trump has rattled some US allies with his vow to ?totally destroy? North Korea if it threatens the United States, for deriding Kim as a ?Rocket Man on a suicide mission? and for dismissing as pointless any diplomatic engagement with Pyongyang. Kim, who has also made clear he has little interest in negotiations, at least until North Korea develops a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the United States, has called Trump a ?mentally deranged US dotard?.
  5. Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui perhaps didn?t anticipate the strong backlash he would receive once snippets from his book went public. The actor recently had excerpts from his memoir ?An ordinary life? published in a daily. Little did he know, that following the content being public he would be embroiled in a legal battle for defaming women he had brief affairs with. It came to the extent where he had to pull back his book and apologise on Twitter. Nawazuddin had revealed snippets of his affair with his ?Miss Lovely? co-star and another former girlfriend Niharika Singh, after which a Delhi-based lawyer filed a complaint against him with National Commission for women. Niharika had accused Nawazuddin for exploiting and disrespecting women in order to sell the book. The actress said she came to know later about Nawazuddin?s wife back in his village. Niharika said she didn?t have any knowledge of the content and she didn?t give her consent for the memoir. Sunita Rajwar, another woman mentioned in the book, said that the book is about manipulation of events, calling it ?extraordinary lies?.
  6. Niall Horan performs during the iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, September 23, 2017. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Files LOS ANGELES: Niall Horan scored his first chart-topping album as a solo artist on Monday, the third member of boy band One Direction to achieve the feat. Horan?s album Flicker sold 152,000 album units in its first week from music sales and streaming activity, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan. It follows on the heels of Harry Styles? self-titled solo album debut in May and Zayn Malik?s Mind of Mine debut last year, both of which opened at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. After Malik left One Direction in 2015, the band went on hiatus and each of its remaining members released solo music. The Billboard 200 album chart tallies units from album sales, song sales (10 songs equal one album), and streaming activity (1,500 streams equal one album). New debuts in the top ten of the Billboard 200 album chart this week included rappers Future and Young Thug?s collaborative album Super Slimey at No. 2, country singer Chris Young?s Losing Sleep at No. 5, and country singer Darius Rucker at No. 8 with When Was The Last Time. On the Digital Songs chart, which measures online single sales, Taylor Swift?s latest single ?Gorgeous? from her upcoming album debuted at No. 1 with 68,000 copies sold.
  7. Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi speaks during a meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Caren Firouz NEW YORK: Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi landed here from London Monday afternoon to lead the country's delegation to the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Aizaz Chaudhry and Maleeha Lodhi ? Pakistan's Ambassadors to the United States and United Nations, respectively ? received Abbasi at the John F. Kennedy International Airport. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi departs from London to New York to participate in the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) starting September 18, 2017. APP Pakistani High Commissioner in the UK Syed Ibne Abbas bade farewell to the prime minister at the airport, alongside other officials. The Premier's address to the UNGA ? slated for September 21 ? will be his debut into the highest international diplomacy after being sworn in as the Prime Minister last month. It will also coincide with US President Donald Trump's maiden speech at the UN. Abbasi ? despite looking at a tight schedule during his four-day visit to the US ? will be interacting with US Vice President Mike Pence. He will also partake in UN events pertaining to the UNGA as well as those related to forums on the 193-member body's sidelines. In addition, the PM is scheduled to meet UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as well as leaders of various nations that are part of the UN. He will also be speaking to representatives of the Council on Foreign Relations and US-Pakistan Business Council. Abbasi is expected to have extensive interaction with the international media during and after the UNGA.
  8. Bollywood?s seasoned actor Rishi Kapoor knows the style of remaining in news, while turning a complete blind eye to the controversy his social media posts can potentially stir. Recently, a police complaint was filed against the veteran actor for posting an indecent and offensive picture of a minor on his Twitter account, according to India media reports. An NGO, Jai HO Foundation submitted the FIR against Kapoor at Mumbai?s police station, stating that the case should be registered against the actor under relevant sections of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences and IT Act. The actor had posted a naked child's picture and following the controversy deleted it from his account. Although after a while he posted another video in which a young boy touches a girl standing next in line to him, who slaps another man in retaliation as she mistakes him as the offender. Rishi Kapoor ?concedes?, congratulates Pakistan on victory ?Yes Pakistan, you have defeated us. Well played, outplayed us in all departments! Rishi Kapoor in the past had posted tweets condescending the Pakistan cricket team in ICC Champions Trophy final in June. Following Pakistan?s historic win against archrival India, Rishi Kapoor congratulated team Pakistan for its victory.
  9. DHAKA: A helicopter that was supposed to be taking guests to a wedding party landed at a maximum security jail outside Bangladesh's capital Dhaka by mistake on Thursday, the country's prisons chief said. Armed guards surrounded the helicopter as soon as it touched down on the prison grounds, media reported, as the facility remains on alert after an attempt to free a top Islamist extremist as he was being transported there in March. The five wedding guests were released after the private aviation company promised officers it would not happen again, said Brigadier General Syed Iftekhar Uddin. "It landed in the prison by mistake. Meghna Aviation has said sorry. They said it happened due to poor visibility," Uddin told AFP. But he added police were "concerned" following reports that Islamist extremists could be plotting to free fellow militants. Bangladesh has detained scores of extremists in recent months as part of a massive nationwide crackdown that followed a wave of deadly attacks. In April, top Islamist extremist leader Mufti Abdul Hannan was hanged at the same prison after he was convicted of a grenade attack on the British ambassador in 2004 and an array of blasts that left scores killed in the 2000s. Before the execution, militants made a daring attempt to free Hannan as he was being taken to the jail in a prison van.
  10. A plane landed in Sao Joao Beach, killing two people, in Costa da Caparica, Portugal, August 2, 2017. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes LISBON: A small aeroplane made an emergency landing on a popular, crowded beach near Lisbon on Wednesday, killing two people. Local television showed dozens of beachgoers crowding around the airplane, which had come to a stop near the water without any major damage. Two pilots onboard were unharmed and were being questioned by authorities. Pedro Coelho Dias, a spokesman for the national maritime authority, said a man and a child were killed after the plane hit them, according to news agency Lusa. Sao Joao de Caparica beach is one of the closest to Lisbon and draws big crowds in August, when the Portuguese take their main summer holidays.
  11. QUETTA: A mortar shell fired from Iran landed in the Prom area of Panjgur District in Balochistan early Sunday morning. Officials of the district administration said on Monday that no loss of life or damage was reported in the incident. They informed that a strong protest has been lodged with the Iranian border officials, and that a flag-meeting has been called on Tuesday (tomorrow) to resolve the matter as this is the third such violation in recent weeks. Five mortar shells fired from Iran land in Chaghai No casualties reported, according to security officials On May 27, a man was killed in mortar shelling from the Iranian side of the border in Panjgur. The district commissioner had informed that a mortar shell landed on a vehicle, instantly killing one man inside and causing extensive damage nearby. A ?strong protest? as well as a ?flag meeting? was called then too. A week prior to that, five mortar shells fired from Iran landed in the Chaghai area of the province. No casualties were reported in the incident.
  12. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu speaks during a news conference at Ataturk International airport in Istanbul, Turkey, March 11, 2017. Photo: Reuters Turkey sent its foreign minister to Qatar on Wednesday as part of a drive to repair Qatar's rift with fellow Gulf Arab states. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain have broken off ties and imposed sanctions on Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and courting regional rival Iran - allegations Doha denies. Qatar signs $12 billion deal to buy F-15 jets from US The sale will increase security cooperation and inter-operability between US and Qatar: Pentagon "We do not want any differences between our brothers in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries, and it is not enough to say that there is a problem without trying to resolve it," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told the Qatari news agency QNA on arrival. "Turkey seeks to resolve the unprecedented crisis between brotherly countries in the GCC." President Tayyip Erdogan has cultivated close ties to Qatar, setting up a military base there, while preserving relations with Saudi Arabia. Cavusoglu was due to meet Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, and Qatar's state run pan-Arab news channel Al Jazeera said his next stop would be Kuwait, which has also been seeking to mediate in the dispute. Turkey and Qatar have both provided support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt - a broad movement whose goals are anathema not only to Egypt's ex-military president, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, but also to the Gulf's dynastic rulers. Conservative Gulf neighbours have long viewed Qatar's foreign policy with suspicion, especially its refusal to shun Iran, and resented Al Jazeera for its readiness to air unwelcome or dissenting views from across the region. Quick results Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told reporters in Cairo that the conditions set for Qatar were necessary for the national security of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE, the Egyptian state news agency MENA reported. "This move will bring concrete, quick and decisive results," he said. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, trying to ease fears, told reporters in Berlin he does not expect a military conflict. French President Emmanuel Macron, visiting Morocco, called for de-escalation of tensions in the Gulf crisis. He said he would hold talks with leaders of Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar. Qatar has a population of 2.7 million people and vast gas wealth. The sanctions have disrupted imports of food and other materials and travel, and they have caused some foreign banks to scale back business. Before the diplomatic and commercial embargo, Qatar imported 80 percent of its food from bigger Gulf Arab neighbours. It has been talking to Iran and Turkey to obtain food and water. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, speaking after talks in Washington with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday, said the sanctions did not amount to a blockade since Qatar's airports and ports remained open, and offered to send food and medical supplies to Qatar if needed. Qatar said the Saudi offer confirmed that the closure of transport links "is a siege, not a boycott."At Qatar's Hamad port on Wednesday, workers were busy unloading containers of food and building materials, while another ship carrying livestock, including chickens and sheep from Australia, was at the quayside. "There is a service from India ... which used to come via Jebel Ali port (in the United Arab Emirates) but is now redirected," said a port official who declined to be named. "The first vessel on that service is to arrive Friday and will run once a week." The effects of the dispute are rippling out beyond the region. Qatar said it had withdrawn troops from the frontier between the east African states of Djibouti and Eritrea, where it has been acting as mediator in a border dispute. It gave no reason, but Djibouti had earlier downgraded its diplomatic ties with Qatar.
  13. The A330 plane on the tarmac at Sydney International Airport after the emergency landing. Photo: Reuters A China Eastern flight bound for Shanghai was forced to turn back to Sydney due to a mid-air emergency, a spokeswoman for the airline said on Monday, with pictures showing a gaping hole in the casing of one of the plane's engines. The plane, which data from flight tracking website FlightAware showed was an Airbus A330-200 twin jet, landed without incident and there were no injuries, said Kathy Zhang, a general manager at China Eastern Airlines. "The crew observed the abnormal situation of the left engine and decided to return to Sydney airport immediately. All passengers and crew members were landed safely," she said. Photographs published by several Australian media outlets showed a large gash well over a meter long in the casing of the plane's left engine. A spokeswoman for Rolls-Royce, which manufactured the plane's Trent 700 series engines, said in a statement: "We are aware of the incident and will be working closely with our customer and relevant partners to understand the cause of the issue." Professor Jason Middleton, an aviation expert at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, said it appeared that the engine cowling had been ripped away forward of the main compressor blade. "When one of these things happens you often don't know how the damage began. It could have begun from loose screws," he told Australian Broadcasting Corp News. The Australia Transport Safety Bureau said it was investigating the incident. China Eastern's Zhang said a comprehensive investigation would involve aviation authorities from Australia and China. "The engine for the aircraft is a big issue so we need to investigate with the governments, with the Rolls Royce company and with our headquarters as well," she said. Television station Seven News reported that passengers heard a bang shortly after Flight MU736 took off and could then smell burning before the flight turned back. "We went up in the air and all of a sudden we heard this noise ... it kind of smelt like burning. Oh, I was scared. Yeah, I was really scared. Our group was terrified," one unidentified passenger told Seven News. Another passenger, identified only as Eva, said the cabin crew tried to calm passengers and told them to fasten their seatbelts after a noise was heard. "We were very panicked because we had no idea what was happening," she told Channel 9 television.
  14. Photo: courtesy Indian Express Comedian and actor Sunil Grover, known for his character Dr Mashoor Gulati, has had quiet an eventful year. Sunil was in news for his feud with another comedian and talk-show host Kapil Sharma. As a result of the fight, Sunil walked out of The Kapil Sharma Show. Ever since, Sunil has done many live shows and was expected to perform in India?s city Ahmedabad on May 27. However, another show organiser filed a complaint of cheating and criminal conspiracy against the comedian, according to Indian media. According to the event organiser, Rajpal Shah, comedian?s manager had promised him that Sunil will perform at Shah?s event. However, the contract was breached and now Sunil is holding a similar show in Ahmedabad, Shah had claimed. Rajpal filed a complaint under section 417 and 120 (B) of Indian Penal Code. Upon this Sunil?s manager had said that they keep getting enquiries for a specific date in India and abroad. However, the comedian could not perform at Shah?s event due to another event, scheduled on the same date. ?I returned him the advance amount of `10 lakh? [INR 1million]. So there's no case of cheating and I have all the bank statements which I can present for the same," he added.
  15. Assistant Commissioner Ali Asghar - File Photo ISLAMABAD: Assistant Commissioner Ali Asghar was allegedly shown the door after a polio team vaccinated the excise director's child ? against the family's wishes ? on Thursday. Excise Director Mariam Mumtaz reportedly expressed her anger when the child was vaccinated despite her husband's refusal, sources told Geo News. Mumtaz conveyed her displeasure to the Islamabad Chief Commissioner Zulfiqar Haider following which Asghar's services were surrendered to the Establishment Division. In a written response to the chief commisioner's explanation call, Asghar stated that he was willing to apologize to the female officer despite not being at fault. According to sources, Asghar received threats from Mumtaz's husband. On the other hand, Mumtaz claimed that she had resolved the matter by allowing the polio team to administer the vaccination to her child. "The chief commisioner should be contacted for further comments on the matter," she said. An unrest in officers of the administration surfaced following the incident, sources reported. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/1d196d0625f22231d4871ea904dc4a16.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9NS8xOS8yMDE3IDc6MTU6NTkgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT0yZjdMdDliMmdSV1N3MlNmQy81ZCtRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center]
  16. NEW DELHI: An administrator of a WhatsApp group was in deep trouble for sending a message containing a morphed picture of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The 30-year-old resident of Karnataka was arrested after a complaint was registered, according to Indian media reports. Indian police said that a picture of the PM was morphed to ‘look ugly and obscene’ and then forwarded. Although some reports claimed that the admin was not responsible for sending the picture but a group member was. As many as two Indian state governments had earlier issued directives last year, saying that social media admins were liable for content circulated in groups. Though the rule was overturned by the Delhi High Court last December, this arrest signals otherwise. Last October, in a similar incident, a group admin was held. BJP (India's ruling party) leaders had gathered at a police station in Uttar Pradesh to file a complaint against the man, who was allegedly overseeing objectionable posts against Modi.
  17. The world of social media treats you on first-come-first-served basis. If you want to open an account with your desired username, not only you have to be real quick, but also quite unique. Well, the dreams of getting our preferred username usually vanquish and we are left to settle for something close to what we actually wanted. It's a dilemma not only faced by common man, but also some prominent names in cricket. While majority of the cricketers have settled for a unique Twitter handle, there are multiple parody accounts that make it almost impossible to figure out which one's real. BCCL Something similar happened with Australian speedster Mitchell Starc who was left red-faced after sending a personal message to Virat Kohli's parody account. Starc, who was congratulating Kohli for the series win, mistook the parody account to be the real one. "Hey friend :) Hopefully I don't have to look for a new ipl team?? Haha media hey! Didn't get a chance to have a proper catch up mate but Congrats on the series win and on your summer personally I hope that shoulder is on the mend and not too bad. Good luck for the ipl, here s hoping to an RCB win. Cheers mate," Starc wrote on Twitter. The tweet soon went viral, leaving Starc a bit embarrassed. Realising his mistake, the Australian later deleted his tweets. The parody account holder named @imVkohlli shared the screenshots of Starc's tweets from his Twitter handle. Here the complete conversation b/w @mstarc56 & me as everyone wants to know my reply to @mstarc56 @BrokenCricket @cricketaakash @SirJadeja pic.twitter.com/v5m6WvQ6Ea — Virat Kohli (@imVkohIIi) March 31, 2017 After some brilliant performances in the first two Tests, Starc suffered a foot injury that ruled him out from the four-match series which was eventually won by India 2-1.