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  1. Royals celebrate after taking a wicket. -File Shahid Afridi-led Royals beat Virender Sehwag-led Diamonds in the second match of the two-day St Moritz Ice Cricket tournament in Switzerland on Friday. The Diamonds, batting first, gave a target of 205 for the loss of five wickets to the Royals. Afridi's Royals chased the target in 16.4 overs for the loss of two wickets, with Jacques Kallis scoring 90. Kallis was also given the Player of the Match award. The event, dubbed ?St Moritz Ice Cricket 2018?, was hailed as the "best battle of cricket on top of the world", took place against the serene and breathtaking backdrop of the Swiss mountains in freezing cold temperatures on February 8 and 9. Along with Afridi and Sehwag, the event also features glittering names such as Shoaib Akhtar, Abdul Razzaq, Mahela Jayawardene, Jacques Kallis, Zaheer Khan, Michael Hussey and others. Squads Shahid Afridi's Royals XI: Shahid Afridi (Pakistan), Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan), Abdul Razzaq (Pakistan), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Graeme Smith (South Africa), Daniel Vettori (New Zealand), Nathan McCullum (New Zealand), Grant Elliott (New Zealand), Monty Panesar (England), Owais Shah (England), Matt Prior (England), Aidan Andrews (Switzerland) Virender Sehwag's Diamonds XI: Virender Sehwag (India), Zaheer Khan (India), Mohammad Kaif (India), Ajit Agarkar (India), Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka), Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka), Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), Michael Hussey (Australia), Andrew Symonds (Australia), Mithun Manhas (India), Ramesh Powar (India), Rohan Jain (Switzerland)
  2. Shahid Afridi Royals vs Virender Sehwag Diamonds ll Cricket On Ice 1st Match Full Highlights
  3. Shahid Afridi-led Diamonds will face off against Virender Sehwag-led Royals on ice Cricket legends lock horns with each other today, only this time it?s not any regular pitch but the snowy peaks of the Swiss Alps. Shahid Afridi-led Royals will face off against Virender Sehwag-led Diamonds in a unique two-day event where two matches are set to be played not on ground, but on ice. The event, dubbed ?St Moritz Ice Cricket 2018? and already being hailed as the "best battle of cricket on top of the world", will take place against the serene and breathtaking backdrop of the Swiss mountains in freezing cold temperatures on February 8 and 9. Along with Afridi and Sehwag, the event also features glittering names such as Shoaib Akhtar, Abdul Razzaq, Mahela Jayawardene, Jacques Kallis, Zaheer Khan, Michael Hussey and others. The match will kick off at 4pm (Pakistan time). Speedster Shoaib Akhtar couldn't wait to share his adventures in the snow. Wasim Akram and wife Shaniera are also at the venue to join in the fun. "From Shalwar Kameez to Thermals & Skiis!.." Shaniera tweeted from the altitude. Sri Lanka's Jayawardene shared the serenity of the mountains in an Instagram post. Squads Shahid Afridi's Royals XI: Shahid Afridi (Pakistan), Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan), Abdul Razzaq (Pakistan), Jacques Kallis (South Africa), Graeme Smith (South Africa), Daniel Vettori (New Zealand), Nathan McCullum (New Zealand), Grant Elliott (New Zealand), Monty Panesar (England), Owais Shah (England), Matt Prior (England), Aidan Andrews (Switzerland) Virender Sehwag's Diamonds XI: Virender Sehwag (India), Zaheer Khan (India), Mohammad Kaif (India), Ajit Agarkar (India), Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka), Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka), Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka), Michael Hussey (Australia), Andrew Symonds (Australia), Mithun Manhas (India), Ramesh Powar (India), Rohan Jain (Switzerland)
  4. Ben Stokes/File photo BANGALORE: England allrounder Ben Stokes attracted the highest price of $1.96 million in the early sales at the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction on Saturday, despite uncertainty over his availability. The Rajasthan Royals´ winning bid was $200,000 less than the record price Rising Pune Supergiant paid for him last season. It still topped the early bids, even though it is not certain Stokes will be able to play in the lucrative tournament after he was charged with affray following a fight outside a nightclub in Bristol last year. The 26-year-old is due to appear in court on February 13 after being charged over the incident. The IPL will run from April 7 to May 27. One of the best performers last season, Stokes attracted bids from several franchises in the eight-team Twenty20 league before the gavel finally came down on Rajasthan. The Royals are returning to the competition after a two-year ban for match-fixing. England´s Test captain Joe Root, entering the IPL auction for the first time, failed to attract any bids. West Indian Chris Gayle, one of the IPL´s star performers over the past decade, also went unsold in the first round. Both players can be recalled on the second and final day of the auction. Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc was snapped up by the Kolkata Knight Riders for $1.47 million, the second-highest price in the early sales. Mitchell Starc The left-arm paceman missed the 2016 edition because of injury, and opted out of the last season. Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin went for $1.19 million to Kings XI Punjab. Punjab also wanted Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan and South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis, but lost both to rival bidders. Sunrisers Hyderabad got Dhawan for $818,000 and Chennai Super Kings claimed du Plessis for $250,000. First held in 2008, the IPL is the world´s richest cricket competition. A total of 578 players are up for auction this season, hoping for lucrative deals after the IPL recently signed a new $2.5-billion media deal.
  5. Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle visit a school in Nottingham, December 1, 2017. REUTERS LONDON: Prince Harry?s fiancee, American actress Meghan Markle, will join Queen Elizabeth and other senior Windsors for their family Christmas celebrations in what commentators said was a break with royal protocol. Last month, Queen Elizabeth?s grandson, the fifth-in-line to the British throne, and Markle, who stars in the US TV legal drama ?Suits?, announced their engagement with the marriage to take place at Windsor Castle in May next year. The queen and her close family usually spend the festive season at her Sandringham estate in eastern England and Buckingham Palace said she and the other senior royals would attend the service at the local church on Christmas Day as they have done for many years. However, in a break with tradition by which royal partners must wait until they are married before being invited, Markle would also be joining Harry?s elder brother William and his wife Kate, the prince?s office Kensington Palace said. ?You can expect to see the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and Ms Markle at Sandringham on Christmas Day,? a spokeswoman said on Wednesday. British media said it was unprecedented for an unmarried partner to join the royals at Christmas and that Kate was not invited to Sandringham after their engagement was announced in 2010. However, William also did not attend as he was working as an air ambulance pilot in Wales at the time.
  6. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding news continues to raise eyebrows and the development is yet to sink in for many. The real life princess story is quite movie-like actually. A beautiful actress falls in love with a man from a royal family, Cupid takes aim and the rest is history. Well, this is proof that royals can fall for commoners and their relationship can be a fairytale as well. We list out 5 such alliances when the two worlds united: 1. Grace Kelly and Rainier III- The beautiful American actress gave up her acting career when she decided to marry Rainier III, the Prince of Monaco in 1956. Their tale began at the Cannes Film Festival, eyes met, and love happened. © popsugar 2. Kate Middleton and Prince William- Kate and William fell in love when they were in college. They then had a high profile wedding and are blessed with two gorgeous kids. © extratv 3. Rania Al-Yassin and King Abdullah II of Jordan- Rania was leading a successful career and worked with many big companies before she was smitten by King Abdullah II of Jordan in 1993. The couple got married and she was declared the queen of his heart and Jordan, of course. © Pinterest 4. Daniel Westling and Princess Victoria of Sweden- This is one 'filmy'affair, if I may call it. The gorgeous princess met her now husband in the gym, because he was her gym trainer! Destinies aligned and the couple got married in 2010. © zimbio 5. Sofia Helqvist and Prince Philip of Sweden- Sofia was a commoner but a well known face on TV as a model and actress. Prince Philip, who is Princess Victoria's brother fell for the wonderful lady and married her in 2015. © people If you dream about becoming a king or queen someday then have hope. Yeah, you just need a person of royal descent to fall in love with you, that's all.
  7. Britain's Prince Harry stands with US actress Meghan Markle ? his fiancé ? as she shows off her engagement ring whilst they pose for a photograph, following the announcement of their engagement, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, London, November 27, 2017. AFP/Daniel Leal-Olivas LONDON: American, mixed-race and "fiercely independent": Meghan Markle ? Prince Harry's actor girlfriend ? will breathe fresh air into the British royal family when she marries Queen Elizabeth II's grandson next spring. Playing a lawyer on the hit television show Suits, the 36-year-old actress with long flowing black hair was barely known in Britain when her name appeared on newspaper front pages last October. The tabloids based their report of a relationship between Harry and Meghan ? who lived in Toronto, Canada ? on pictures showing them wearing the same tricoloured wristband. The relationship was formalised by Kensington Palace ? which handles communication for Prince Harry ? in November in a most unexpected way. Exasperated by the media frenzy, the palace released a statement attacking the "sexism" and "racism" Meghan Markle faced on social media. It also blasted the press for "harassing" the actress. A person is seen reading the London Evening Standard with the news that Prince Harry has announced his engagement to Meghan Markle, London, Britain, November 27, 2017. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi Four days earlier, The Sun ? Britain's top-selling newspaper ? ran a piece on its front page that tied "Harry's girl" to an adult video website, which featured a clip from a scene for her show Suits. The couple made their first official public appearance together in September, attending the opening ceremony of the third Invictus Games ? created by Harry for disabled or wounded soldiers and veterans. "We're two people who are really happy and in love," Markle told Vanity Fair shortly before the event. 'A woman who works' The daughter of an African-American mother and white American father of Dutch and Irish descent, Markle's parents divorced when she was six. She has half-siblings on her father's side, from whom she is estranged, and grew up in Los Angeles. With a degree in communication, Markle appears to have navigated her career without a hitch. Like Harry, she does humanitarian work. She is also telegenic, practises yoga, and drinks detox drinks including "green juices," according to her Instagram account. Britain's Prince Harry stands with US actress Meghan Markle ? his fiancé ? as she shows off her engagement ring whilst they pose for a photograph, following the announcement of their engagement, in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace, London, November 27, 2017. AFP/Daniel Leal-Olivas Tabloids were quick to point out that the actress ? three years Harry's senior ? is divorced, unearthing pictures of her first marriage (2010-2013) with an American producer. However, none of this was enough to derail a royal wedding, which will take place early next year, according to Monday's announcement. Quite the contrary, says Penny Junor ? Prince Harry's biographer. "I think that would be no problem at all, and the fact that she is of mixed race might even be a bonus," she told AFP. "It would show Harry, a senior member of the Royal Family, to be a thoroughly modern man ? not a precious, strange creature from another planet, which is how the royals are sometimes seen". Some believed, however, that her proud independence ? the actress had maintained a long-distance relationship with the prince for much of their courtship ? could be a source of contention for the Windsor family. "I've never wanted to be a lady who lunches ? I've always wanted to be a woman who works," Markle once wrote on her blog "Tig". 'Fiercely independent' Popular tabloid the Daily Mail wrote that it was "easy to see what happy-go-lucky Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have in common". Britain's Prince Harry (R) sits with girlfriend actress Meghan Markle to watch a wheelchair tennis event during the Invictus Games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Mark Blinch/Files "What's less clear is... what some female members of the Royal Family will make of a fiercely independent young woman". Beyond her role as an ambassador for the charity "World Vision Canada" ? which works to improve children's lives in developing countries ? Markle regularly asserts the feminist beliefs she forged during her childhood in California. "Aged 11, she forced a soap manufacturer to alter an advert after she wrote a letter to then-First Lady Hillary Clinton and other high-profile figures complaining that it implied women belonged in the kitchen," wrote the BBC. Nowadays, the actress also campaigns for women's rights alongside the United Nations. In a speech she made on the 2015 International Women's Day, she urged women to make their voices heard. "Women need a seat at the table, they need an invitation to be seated there, and in some cases, where this is not available, they need to create their own table," she said.
  8. Britain's Duke of Cambridge Prince William and his wife Princess Kate ? the Duchess of Cambridge ? attend a reception at Claerchens Ballhaus, in Berlin, Germany, July 20, 2017. REUTERS/Britta Pedersen BERLIN: Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine made traditional German pretzels and coxed rival teams in a rowing boat race in the southern university town of Heidelberg as part of a three-day tour through Germany. William, second in line to the British throne, and Catherine took a lesson in pretzel-making from apprentices and also made colourful candies during the visit, which is taking place as Britain negotiates its exit from the European Union. William, whose 19th-century ancestor was German, led his team to victory in the boat race on the Neckar River as crowds cheered from the banks. The royal couple also visited a cancer research laboratory, where the premier of the southwestern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Winfried Kretschmann, gave them a customized wooden cuckoo clock decorated with the British flag and a red stag with blue antlers. William did not look convinced but said it was "fantastic". On Wednesday the couple had lunch with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at her office and visited Berlin's Holocaust Memorial.
  9. Prosecutions have continued under Thailand's new king Maha Vajiralongkorn, who took the throne in late 2016 after the death of his deeply revered father. BANGKOK: A Thai man was jailed for 35 years on Friday for Facebook posts deemed insulting to the royal family, a watchdog said, in one of the harshest sentences handed down for a crime that insulates Thailand´s ultra-rich monarchy from criticism. A Bangkok military court convicted the 34-year-old on ten counts of lese majeste for posting photos and videos of the royal family on a Facebook account that purported to belong to a different user. Wichai, whose last name was withheld to protect his relatives from ostracisation, was accused of using the account to slander a former friend, said iLaw, a group that tracks royal defamation cases. "The court punished him with seven years per count. Altogether he was given 70 years, but it was reduced in half because he confessed," said Yingcheep Atchanont from iLaw. Lese majeste cases are routinely shrouded in secrecy, with media forced to heavily self-censor the details to avoid violating the broadly-interpreted law. Reporters were barred from entering the military court where Wichai´s verdict was read. Later on Friday a criminal court sentenced another lese majeste suspect to 2.5 years in jail for uploading an audio clip from an underground political radio show that was deemed insulting to the monarchy. Use of the draconian law has surged under a royalist junta that grabbed power in 2014, with more than 100 people charged since the coup. Prosecutions have continued under Thailand´s new king Maha Vajiralongkorn, who took the throne in late 2016 after the death of his deeply revered father. Observers have been closely watching how the new king approaches the controversial law, which effectively blocks scrutiny of Thailand´s opaque and powerful monarchy. According to iLaw, Wichai initially denied the charges but later confessed after waiting for more than a year in jail for the court proceedings to begin. Lese majeste suspects are rarely acquitted or granted bail. The United Nations´ rights body has warned that Thailand´s widespread use of the law "may constitute crimes against humanity".