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  1. With Australia visiting Pakistan for the first time in 24 years, it was supposed to be a historic tour. Given what was at stake for Pakistan in this home series, the fans had expected to see an exciting contest between bat and ball but they have all been left disappointed, mainly due to the kind of playing surfaces that have been prepared so far. View this post on Instagram With no help on offer for the bowlers, the batters have been able to score some big runs in the series so far but it has taken the shine away from the contest, making it extremely one-sided. What was supposed to be a historic tour has ended up causing huge embarrassment to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Not just these ‘road-like pitches’ but their hospitality has also made Pakistan a butt of jokes on social networking sites. Pat Cummins doing some repair works on the pitch. pic.twitter.com/sB5Wy6bpUW — Johns. (@CricCrazyJohns) March 15, 2022 On Monday, the visuals from the second and the final Test which is currently underway in Karachi once again became a huge talking point on the micro-blogging site. Having cleaned up the hosts for 148 runs in the first innings, the Pat Cummins-led side would have felt half their job was done but they didn’t take into account the nature of the surface they were playing on. View this post on Instagram To their credit, the Pakistan batters did, especially skipper Babar Azam, produce a much improved performance in their second outing but the 22-yard strip also aided them and made their job easy. Having picked two early wickets, the hosts went wicketless on the penultimate day of the series finale and the pitch also played a huge role in ensuring that. View this post on Instagram There was one particular incident involving Cummins that told you how poor the surface was. The Aussie skipper was not impressed with the uneven areas near the bowling crease at one end. Hence, the 28-year-old took it upon himself to even the surface out for the sake of the safety of his bowlers. At the time, Cameron Green was carrying out the bowling duties and he could be seen telling Cummins what area needed hammering. A Test hundred in the 4th innings of a Test match for Babar Azam. A captain's knock by him, his 6th Test century. pic.twitter.com/26InYr1J34 — Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) March 15, 2022 Instead of taking help from the ground staff, the world’s number one Test bowler took the hammer in his hand and started beating as ferociously as he could to make it even. The PCB’s official Twitter handle posted a video with a caption that read: “So @patcummins30 is Thor?” But their humour back-fired as people slammed them for killing the excitement by preparing dead surfaces. Unke pitch curators ko lagta hai, kuchh nahi aata hai, isliye players ko khud hi karna pad raha hai .. — Birjit Singha (@helobirjit) March 15, 2022Meanwhile his father- Ladka mistri ban gaya pic.twitter.com/uSskEHPTeP — CricFolksIn CRFIN (@CricFolksTalks) March 15, 2022Yeh bhi opponent captain ka se karvate h Just Pakistan things — Ashutosh Mittal (@IAshutoshMittal) March 15, 2022Pehle daal roti k naam pr kuch bhi khila diya, aur ab majdoori kara rhe hai — MSD (@certifiedmsdian) March 15, 2022Pakistani log kitne kaam chor hote hai pitch repair bhi tour karne wale captain se kaara rahe hai — A B H I (@AbhishekICT_2) March 15, 2022Shame what @TheRealPCB has made Australians do First @marnus3cricket's dal roti service and now this — Ranzblade_09 (@ranzblade45) March 15, 2022Poor Pakistan can’t even afford this .. players themselves have to fix the pitches — topsy turvy (@thebovinesoul) March 15, 2022Ambuja cement se Banbaya hai Ramiz bhai ne.... Tutega nahi — AnuP MaHapatrA (@am_i_anup) March 15, 2022So far, this tour hasn’t lived up to its billing and fans would hope that things change in the limited-overs series and they get to see an even competition between bat and ball. View the full article
  2. Julien´s Auctions, which is holding the sale in Beverly Hills from Thursday, promises a "blockbuster auction."
  3. In June, a European collector bought another 17th-century copy of the "Mona Lisa" for 2.9 million euros
  4. The disturbing video clip showing the Peshawar brothers thrashing their sister violently went viral on social media
  5. Armie Hammer was earlier accused by several women of emotional and physical abuse
  6. Armie Hammer stepped down from the role and Josh Duhamel will now star alongside Jennifer Lopez in Shotgun Wedding
  7. You know what's the best moment of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe? It's this - If anyone disagrees, it's okay, they're entitled to their own wrong opinion, just remember that even Chris Evans loves this scene. Recently, Chris Evans appeared on The Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon and talked about lots of things related to Marvel and Captain America. Something that stood out was when he admitted what he preferred wielding more - Cap's shield or Thor's hammer? Turns out, Mjolnir is the winner! While talking about the iconic scene, Jimmy Fallon asked him what he liked picking up for the first time better, shield or hammer. To that, Chris said, "Hammer. Well, you know the shield was destined for the character. The hammer was kind of this period at the end of a sentence in terms of his worth, and it was nice. And the Russos really know how to build those moments. I'll say the hammer." Yeah, the shield is good and all, but Mjolnir is where it's at. When he picked up the shield for the first time in Captain America: The First Avenger, it was an exciting moment, sure, but nothing can come close to him wielding the hammer in Avengers: Endgame. I'm personally so glad they saved it for the final battle, Steve's final battle ever, even after teasing it in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Even Marvel has confirmed that Steve could always pick up the hammer - he has always been worthy like that - but he didn't back in the second Avengers movie so as to not embarrass Thor. Such a good guy, does that make him even more worthy of Mjolnir? Maybe. Anyway, here's more Marvel and Endgame stuff, including giving Anthony Mackie spoilers, he talked about: View the full article
  8. The #MeToo movement in India brought about a certain level of awareness and power, which was much needed in order to break the silence of the victims and declare to the world that silence is not a sign of weakness. Actress Tanushree Dutta led the fight when she accused Nana Patekar of harassing her during a movie shoot. While Bollywood stayed quiet for a long time, it eventually opened a can of worms after many celebrities were called out in the light of the movement. One such name which surprised and shocked everyone in equal measure was that of Alok Nath's. © Twitter He was accused of harassment by director-producer Vinta Nanda which the actor clearly denied. However, in a bizarre incident of irony being lost somewhere, as per the latest report, Alok Nath will be essaying the role of a judge in a movie titled '#MainBhi' which is about fighting against sexual harassment. Yeah, weird right? The movie is directed by Nasir Khan and in an interview, actor Khalid Siddiqui explained the concept. “The film deals with child molestation, a subject that hasn't been tapped on screen often, particularly with regard to boys. My character, along with the other, are affected by incidents that change our lives. We hope the film starts a debate on the subject.” When Alok Nath was contacted by Mirror, he said, “I'm not doing any films at the moment. This was something I shot for a while ago. Is there a problem? You sound sad that I'm doing a film. It's a puny role for poor producers, let it release.” © Twitter Well, looks like irony will get crushed under his gavel in the movie for sure.
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  10. England vs Pakistan - First Test - Lord´s, London, May 27, 2018: Pakistan´s Sarfraz Ahmed celebrates catching out England´s Stuart Broad. Photo: Action Images via ReutersLONDON: Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said he felt both surprised and...
  11. Aamir Khan never really gave two hoots - about anything, really. Remember the award ceremonies and his brutal takedown of 'influential' celebrities with honest AF opinions? So well, the fact that this man is a savage at heart and doesn't care about your opinion of him is already established. This savagery was extended to his most recent airport look as well, where he is carrying his snuggly flight blankie like it's no one's business while wearing a - wait for it - Pink Floyd hammer t-shirt from The Wall. Viral Bhayani Anything to do with Pink Floyd already passes the criteria for being 'too cool for school' according to the vintage section of Bro Code, but what he is wearing surpasses that basic level. His t-shirt has the famous 'Hammer March' from 'Another brick in the wall'. Now that is the level of 'cool'ness that we aspire. Viral Bhayani We love the seemingly basic all-black look that he has been quite consistent with of late. But the thing is, it's not basic at all. Apart from the sick Pink Floyd imagery, the way he has accessorized his outfit speaks volumes about the perfectionist he is - even when it comes to something as basic as an airport look. Viral Bhayani What we can't help but notice is the elan with which he embraces comfort and substance over style - rather, creates a rare balance between the two. The bunched up flight blanket and pillow along with the book (a copy of the superbly interesting 'The Deer and The Cauldron' by Jin Yong) are the perfect accessories for an erudite flyer. Plus, those boots and that brown sling add that dreamy sophistication Pisceans often like to indulge in. Viral Bhayani #OOTD goals for frequent flyers, right here. Preach!
  12. Jacket, worn by Jack Nicholson in 'The Shining' at auction in Turin. Photo: AFP Symbols of the life and work of Stanley Kubrick went up for auction in Italy on Tuesday, with bidders splashing tens of thousands of euros for memorabilia from one of the 20th century's leading filmmakers. Termed "the most important collection of material relating to the life and work of Stanley Kubrick ever offered at auction", the items began going under the hammer mid-afternoon and fetched nearly 90,000 euros ($112,000). Props, promotional materials and costume items from groundbreaking films such as "Doctor Strangelove" and "2001: A Space Odyssey," and even Kubrick's old shopping lists, were all up for grabs. Some went for eye-catching sums at the Bolaffi auction house sale in the northern city of Turin. The jacket worn by horror icon Jack Torrance, masterfully played by Jack Nicholson in "The Shining" as he descends into madness while snowbound with his family in the Overlook Hotel, fetched 19,000 euros ? almost double the minimum list bid of 10,000 euros. The surprise sale of the afternoon however, was Kubrick's Writers Guild of America membership card, which smashed its asking price of 1,000 euros and sold for 13,000 euros. Objects from the movie "Full Metal Jacket" from the Kubrick collection at Turin's Aste Bolaffi auction house. Photo: AFP "The Shining" dominated the big sales, with key chains from the Overlook Hotel going for 2,800 euros ? almost triple the asking price. A long fragment from the film, in which Torrance's stricken wife Wendy carries her son Danny, sold for more than double the starting price of 3,000 euros. The cuts, which went for 6,500 euros, are particularly rare because Kubrick would burn all leftover film after editing. Two rugs from the hotel's Colorado Lounge went for 13,000 and 4,600 euros respectively. Both were listed at 2,000 euros. The collection was put up for auction by Emilio D'Alessandro, an Italian who emigrated to "the frenzy of Swinging London" in the early 1960s and worked with Kubrick from 1971 until the day the American director died in 1999, and his wife Janette. Giant phallus One buyer spent 750 euros on a yellow note from 1998 with a message for D'Alessandro, saying "have a good trip!" But a price of 1,500 euros failed to attract bidders to lot 51, "Shopping with the Kubricks": a series of notes about food shopping, one of which asks Emilio not to buy any more radishes "because there are so many in the garden." D'Alessandro, 76, started out as Kubrick's driver, before in his own words becoming "Mr Fixit, finally confident and trusted friend of one of the great geniuses of the 20th century." His first job for Kubrick was to transport a "giant phallus" to the set of "Clockwork Orange", making his way across the icy roads of wintery London with the prop sticking out of the window. "I thought to myself, 'this is shameful.' There were people out there waiting for the bus!" D'Alessandro said in an interview carried out for Bolaffi. Now back in his hometown of Cassino, around 73 kilometres (120 miles) from Rome, the Italian has kept storerooms full of Kubrick paraphernalia because if he or the film crew hadn't taken it with them, he says, "they would have had to be destroyed." Some people are even using crates from Full Metal Jacket as rabbit hutches, none the wiser as to its origins. Asked what Kubrick would say if he were still alive D'Alessandro said "he would say to me, 'thank you for finding someone who will use these things.'"
  13. A broken representation of the Bitcoin virtual currency ? placed on a monitor that displays a stock graph and binary codes ? is seen in this illustration picture, December 21, 2017. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/Files LONDON/TOKYO: Bitcoin fell as much as 20 percent on Wednesday, piercing below $10,000, while other cryptocurrencies took similar spills due to investor fears that regulators could clamp down on them in an effort to curb speculation. The world?s biggest and best-known cryptocurrency at one point lost 30 percent of its value since Tuesday. Bitcoin, despite some stabilization in late U.S. trading, was half its record peak of almost $20,000 set on the Luxembourg-based Bitstamp exchange a month ago. Ethereum and Ripple, the No. 2 and No. 3 virtual currencies, tumbled after reports South Korea and China could ban cryptocurrency trading, sparking worries of a wider regulatory crackdown. ?There is a lot of panic in the market. People are selling to try and get the hell out of there,? said Charles Hayter, founder of Cryptocompare, which owns cryptocurrencies. ?You have more regulatory uncertainty ... and because of these falls, you have these other fallouts,? he said, referring to the collapse of some cryptocurrencies in the recent slump in prices. Analysts at Citi said on Wednesday bitcoin could halve again in value amid the current rout, adding that a possible fall to a range between $5,605 and $5,673 ?looks very likely to be very speedy?. With South Korea, Japan and China all making noises about a regulatory swoop, and officials in France and the United States vowing to investigate cryptocurrencies, there are concerns that global coordination on how to regulate them will accelerate. Officials are expected to debate the rise of bitcoin at the upcoming G20 summit in Argentina in March. ?Cryptocurrencies could be capped in the current quarter ahead of the G20 meeting in March, where policymakers could discuss tighter regulations,? said Shuhei Fujise, chief analyst at Alt Design. Reversal of fortunes The current rout in bitcoin and other digital currencies was a far cry from their dramatic run-up in 2017 when mainstream investors jumped on the bandwagon and as an explosion in so-called initial coin offerings (ICOs) - digital, token-based fundraising rounds - drove demand. ?Bitcoin is deciding whether this is the moment to crash and burn,? said Steven Englander, the head of strategy at New York-based Rafiki Capital. Bitcoin has plummeted before. There have been nine instances including the current selloff going back to 2011 where bitcoin?s price was halved on the Bitstamp exchange. The last time was from November 2014 to January 2015. On Wednesday, Bitcoin fell as low as $9,222 on Bitstamp, its lowest price since Dec. 1, as CBOE and CME bitcoin futures tumbled to contract lows. The latest market losses stemmed from reports that South Korea?s finance minister said banning trading in cryptocurrencies is still an option and that Seoul plans a set of measures to clamp down on the ?irrational? cryptocurrency investment craze. Separately, a senior Chinese central banker said authorities should ban centralised trading of virtual currencies as well as individuals and businesses that provide related services. ?My conjecture is that cryptocurrency holders are trying to decide whether to abandon bitcoin because its limitations mean it will be superseded by better products or bet that it can thrive despite them,? Englander said. Bubble burst? While many observers say the recent falls show that the bubble has burst, those backing the nascent markets say that regulation is welcomed and wild price swings to be expected. ?The volatility of bitcoin - and other cryptocurrencies - is an expected, and important, part of the journey to becoming a mature asset class. We expect the volatility to continue throughout 2018 but fundamentally believe that bitcoin is still in a bull market,? said Christopher Keshian, co-founder of $APEX Token Fund. Ethereum, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market value, was down 15 percent since Tuesday, according to website CoinMarketCap. Ripple, the third-biggest, has lost 18 percent of its value over the past 24 hours and was quoted at $1.03, down from a high of $3.81 on Jan. 4. ?The run-up in bitcoin created a mystique of one-way trading which is being shaken, but the pricing requires faith that there will always be demand,? Englander wrote in a research note. ?This is far from guaranteed given the existence of alternatives with better characteristics.?
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