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  1. "The decision on grades to be awarded to students will be made by Cambridge, using our own evidence combined with evidence from schools," says the educational body amid the coronavirus outbreak
  2. All you need to know about the Shan Kitchen 2020 finalists
  3. 'It will establish toll free helplines, lay down framework for quick police & admin response,' he said
  4. At this point, I can guarantee the entire world will agree on one thing for sure: © Twitter Nothing that has happened this year makes sense. Almost war? Kobe Bryant's death? A virus that may or may not wipe out a huge chunk of the population? Literally every month of 2020 has brought on a new disaster or tragedy. This has already officially become the worst year ever and we haven't even completed three months yet. There's just this sense of impending doom that has settled into everyone's minds and it's pretty scary. Going by the 2020 pattern, it looks like we're about to face a new horror next month and honestly, I'm pretty sure no one would be even surprised at this point. But, that doesn't stop people from guessing what the next big thing will be. Aliens? Maybe zombies? Could be anything, tbh. Here are some predictions. Anyone wants to place bets as to who will win? "2020 sucks! It can't possibly get any worse" April: pic.twitter.com/jYj7uM0gw8 â secretlyyourfather (@despawnedfather) March 16, 2020 Yep. me: 2020 sucks it possibly canât get worse april: pic.twitter.com/z67Dt84xIC â halil (@astateofhalil) March 15, 2020 src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"> One, two, three. Alright on 3, everybody cough towards the sky... â B (@BeanieBelles) March 16, 2020 I don't get this. Jan 2020: >Possible War Feb 2020: >Kobeâs Passing March 2020: >Corona Virus April 2020: pic.twitter.com/VwaQGa3Q3c â 7CG/BSC | Black Yoshi (@BlackYoshiSSB) March 16, 2020 Okay then. Thereâs no way 2020 can get worse April : pic.twitter.com/HtkCa699gI â ryan xavier (@rxmfh0) March 16, 2020 That would be terrifying. Me: 2020 sucks there is no way it can get any worse April: pic.twitter.com/kxXxDv0yfw â Jack Kubly (@bonkers4memes) March 16, 2020 Best case scenario. you and your man on vacation in April of 2020 pic.twitter.com/NPcavQMmLw â Nicole Lopez-Alvar (@nicolelovar) March 16, 2020 Spoiler warning. April 2020 spoilers pic.twitter.com/fj4t0lDtFE â LIANARI |7|á¢áá áááá|ia| jimin did you eat lobiani? (@softsallywalker) March 16, 2020 What is this gif? pic.twitter.com/HVy4V2guTV â Hector (@Hexgizzle) March 15, 2020 Definitely. April Fool's is canceled this year because no made up prank can out-do the prank that is 2020. â Keiko ð¯ð² (@GolferGirl305) March 14, 2020 View the full article
  5. Saeed Ghani says the Sindh government is taking all the necessary steps to contain coronavirus outbreak
  6. Refreshing your look is as good as upgrading your wardrobe. For men who like to experiment but don't know where to get started, especially when it comes to getting their hair cut, there's actually an easy way that can clear all the conundrums. So, if you are wondering how to do that so that you don't end up getting the usual hair cut from your barber, here's a round-up for some of the most raved haircuts that are popular in 2020. Check it out. 1. The Textured Crop © Getty Images The bowl cut is actually a risk but when it comes to adding a better texture, this year's big hit is the textured crop haircut, that looks flattering on most face shapes. In a nutshell, this one is kept short at the back and has volume on top. It lends a bold look and if you are fortunate and have thick hair, this one lets you create a perfect look, with minimal fuss. 2. The Tapered High And Tight © Getty Images For someone who likes to keep his hair short, this hair cut is certainly good news. The tapered high and tight is short and a low maintenance style that takes inspiration from the buzz cut with a bit of experimental touch to it. This hair cut is rather sharp and can up your street cred with its impeccable styling. Again, even this one is a good call for most face shapes. To make this one look suave at all hours, take a dab of your hair gel and work it throughout your follicles. 3. The Messy Look © Viral Bhayani Long locks have an insouciant appeal to them. The messier, the better, they say. With just a little TLC and a good wooden comb, your locks can shine. The current trend speaks about maintaining mid-shoulder hair length, that's a bit messy. For example, Timothee Chalamet or Naveen Kumar Gowda (South Actor) are the ones you can look up to, to get inspired. The key to make this one work is to tell your barber, to give you an outer layered hair cut as that creates a proper drop of hair, ensuring it doesn't fall flat and is balanced all across. You can use a salt spray with matte effect as it adds better texture to your hair cut. 4. Side Part © Instagram/Shahid Kapoor There are many versions to side haircut types, and it continues to be one of the most popular hair cuts till date. It is simple, smart and instantly grants a sleeker look. This one is for men with voluminous hair. While getting your hair cut, you need to ask your barber for a side parting. Keep it on a shorter side. If you wish to make it look even voluminous, you can use dry shampoo, to create more depth for your look. 5. Pompadour © Instagram/Ranveer Singh Pompadour is one hairstyle that has been on the radar for a while now. To achieve this super quirky style, ask your stylist to leave the volume on top. The hairstyle has tapered sides with a classic pompadour. It has a short length above the ears and creates a good illusion of volume. Since this hair cut has a neat appearance, it blends well with all the occasions. View the full article
  7. Here's the revised schedule for remaining messages of the PSL's fifth edition
  8. Sport events like IPL have been either cancelled or postponed globally in recent weeks due to coronavirus
  9. In what appears to be a major blow for both fans and franchises, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to suspend the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) till 15th April. The unexpected, yet important, decision taken by the Indian cricket board, came in light of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country. In a media release, the Indian cricket board claimed: "The BCCI is concerned and sensitive about all its stakeholders, and public health in general, and it is taking all necessary steps to ensure that, all people related to IPL including fans have a safe cricketing experience. The BCCI will work closely with the Government of India along with the Ministery of Youth Affairs and Sports, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and all other relevant Central and State Governments in this regard," the BCCI statement further stated. ??Announcement??: #VIVOIPL suspended till 15th April 2020 as a precautionary measure against the ongoing Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) situation. More details ?? https://t.co/hR0R2HTgGg pic.twitter.com/azpqMPYtoL â IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) March 13, 2020 The office-bearers of the BCCI, led by president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah, met at the board's headquarters in Mumbai on 12th March to take the crucial call. The fate of IPL 2020 was expected to be decided in the Governing Council meeting slated to be held on 14th March in Mumbai where all franchise owners were also invited, but, it appears, the severity of the epidemic led BCCI to take the key decision. "The postponement gives BCCI the time of reassess the situation and have that much more time on hand to take a further call. The postponement will allow them to see if the threat of the virus ceases any time soon, remains in control, or gets worse. Depending on these scenarios and what the central and state governments say, a further call can be taken," a BCCI source was quoted as saying by TOI. With the visa restriction imposed on foreign players, it is quite obvious that the overseas players roped in by the eight franchises will not be able to arrive in India till 15th April which further explains BCCI's latest decision. "The postponement will allow the BCCI to reassess that situation too. If the tournament can be held from mid-April onwards, then there is time now to work on the visas. Remember, the IPL cannot be held without overseas players," the source added. Sports gatherings including IPL prohibited in Delhi pic.twitter.com/ALLf7J1NUo â Satyendar Jain (@SatyendarJain) March 13, 2020 The BCCI's decision comes a day after the Ministry of External Affairs recently advised against hosting the 13th edition of the IPL amid the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. "I think it is for the organizers to decide whether to go ahead with it or not. Our advice would be to not do it at this time but if they want to go ahead, it is their decision," MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said. Also, the Maharashtra government had earlier banned the sale of tickets for the matches in the state, while the Punjab government had given the same directive. The Rajasthan government, on the other hand, is edging towards following the footsteps of Delhi and ban IPL matches totally. Meanwhile msdhoni. Ek month tak aur rukna padega balls khane ko nahi milegi ???? pic.twitter.com/lyYeDD7UMV â Sir Chahal ? (@Sirchahal) March 13, 2020 Hopefully the situation improves to allow the tournament to begin mid April. Till then we will keep spreading #Yellove. Meanwhile let's educate and request fans to avoid unnecessary travel, take precautions for #coronavirus and stay safe. #WhistlePodu â Whistle Podu Army ® - CSK Fan Club (@CSKFansOfficial) March 13, 2020 Csk fans . Ek month aur nhi harenge mumbai se ?? pic.twitter.com/JiyzLfpBkD â Sir Chahal ? (@Sirchahal) March 13, 2020 RCB the happiest team, delayed the shame. â Chhota Maithun (@Begin_Humor) March 13, 2020 BCCI to face loss of 10,000 CR INR if IPL is cancelled. Star Sports Already signed 16000 CR with BCCI for IPL. #IPL2020 #BCCI â Baazigar ??? (@FarziBaazigar) March 13, 2020 THALA entrance has Postponed to APRIL 15 !!! ??????@msdhoni #Csk #Dhoni #BanIPL #MASTER pic.twitter.com/gsMFhpmMUg â Rohith Online VFC ?????â¢?? (@kannarohith774) March 13, 2020 ?? pic.twitter.com/7z49UoJoKr â Dr Khushboo Kadri (@khushikadri) March 13, 2020 Bas cancel mat krna?? â Simran Randhawa (@Randhawa36_) March 13, 2020 View the full article
  10. Thomas Bach said the IOC has been in regular contact with WHO experts since mid-February over the issue
  11. Trump said that holding competitions in empty stadiums would be even worse than forcing a delay for the Tokyo Olympics
  12. PSL 2020 action returns to National Stadium Karachi with Kings taking on Qalandars
  13. Ever since its outbreak in Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China's Hubei province, coronavirus has turned into a global pandemic. As of today, a total of 1,26,662 cases of COVID-19 have emerged across the globe, claiming the lives of 4,640 individuals. Owing to the contagion and unavailability of vaccine or specific antiviral treatment, the fast-spreading virus, similar to influenza, has led to travel restrictions, quarantine camps and curfews in numerous countries. The epidemic has also handed a major blow to the sporting world, with numerous tournaments and events across sports being either played behind closed doors, getting postponed or cancelled. The situation in India might not be as severe as it is in countries like China and Italy, but the fact that the tally of patients in the country has risen to 73 has left the citizens on the edge. As the infection continues to spread its tentacles in the country, the state governments and Union territories continue to take preventive measures to contain the threat. © Twitter/@IPL The threat of the global pandemic has also raised several questions on the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), one of the biggest and most popular Twenty20 (T20) tournaments in the world. With the tournament scheduled to begin from March 29, the fate of the competition's 2020 season will be decided by the IPL Governing Council during its much-anticipated meeting on March 14. While the fans and IPL 2020 stakeholders eagerly wait for the decision of the IPL Governing Council, here's a look at the potential scenarios for the T20 league amid coronavirus threat: 1. A Closed-Doors Affair © Twitter/@IPL From commercial interests and a lot more riding on the tournament, the most likeliest of the possibilities appear to be IPL 2020 being played behind closed doors. In a bid to contain the epidemic, a lot of football leagues and other sporting events have been restricted to no fanfare in the stadiums. The move not only allows the league officials to carry on the tournament proceedings as expected with minimal damage to the revenues, but, with no fans inside the stadiums, it further ensures the containment of the epidemic. 2. Postponing The League © Twitter/@IPL While the coronavirus spread continues to claim lives across the globe, its preventive measures have left people and nations crippled. With the visa restriction imposed on foreign players, it is quite obvious that the overseas players roped in by the eight franchises will not be able to arrive in India till April 15. Taking note of the situation at hand, the Indian government has set the date in a bid to, hopefully, tackle the challenges posed by the epidemic in a span of one month. Owing to the mandate, the IPL 2020 organisers could probably decide to postpone the start of the league and begin post the prescribed date, playing multiple matches in a single day to complete the rigorous schedule. 3. Changing The League Structure © Twitter/@IPL With relatively less time at hand, the IPL 2020 organisers can also shorten the league. Just like the ICC World Cup last year, the tournament, rather than being played in its normal structure, can witness the eight franchises being divided into two groups to minimise the games. Following a shortened group-stage, the franchises finishing at the top two spots in the groups can qualify for the knockout stages, potentially the semifinals, before the coveted final. This move will undeniably result in a massive hit on the revenues, but it will still serve the purpose to fans. 4. A Sad Cancellation © Twitter/@IPL For billions of fans, countless support staff, team owners and players, the decision of cancelling the 2020 edition of the IPL will surely be a massive letdown - a threat that looms large on the ongoing Premier League season. But, given the circumstances in relation to the fast-spreading coronavirus, the authorities might not have any other option if the positive cases continue to increase in India. This decision, if taken, will not only be in accordance to the COVID-19, but also would keep in mind the packed calendar of the Indian cricket team. The IPL 2020 was looked upon as a key tournament to prepare for the highly-awaited World T20 in Australia this October, thus, accommodating new dates seems tougher than it might appear as it would affect the 'Men in Blue'. View the full article
  14. Minister for Religious Affairs Noor-ul-Haq Qadri would conduct the Hajj balloting
  15. Sanitisers will be provided, spectators will be screened for the coronavirus at the National Stadium: Sindh information minister
  16. The 12th draw for the prize bond Rs 40,000 (Premium), draw result: March 10, 2020 - List of draw
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