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  1. Former Indian captain Virat Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma has slammed all-rounder Hardik Pandya for trying to justify his lack of good performances with the ball during the T20 World Cup 2021 in which the Men in Blue were knocked out during the group stage. Pandya had recently commented about how he was selected to become a part of the main roster solely as a batter and had to bowl in the first match even though he was in no shape to do so. He further explained how he went on to bowl in the second match as well even when he was not supposed to. View this post on Instagram Reacting to this statement by Pandya, Rajkumar not only called him immature but also went on to slam him and tell him that he should be thankful to the BCCI and the selection committee for letting him be a part of the World Cup squad despite his shortcomings, especially when there were multiple all-rounder back-ups awaiting their turn to make it into the team. Pandya’s comments also raise an important question regarding all the statements that were coming out of the Indian cricket board at the time of team selection wherein Pandya was being portrayed as recovering cricketer who will be good to be the squad’s primary all-rounder, who will be able to deliver some overs per match without any difficulties. View this post on Instagram In fact, the Chairman of Selectors had made it public that Pandya was going to bowl four overs in every match he becomes a part of during the T20 World Cup. However, in the latter half of IPL 2022 (which concluded just three days before the World Cup started), Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma kept Pandya away from bowling and that should have been the biggest red flag on his health. The Chairman of Selectors had said Hardik will bowl 4 overs in games. He hasn’t bowled even 1 yet. He is the pace bowling all rounder and India has gone in with 1 fast bowler less. — Boria Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) September 26, 2021 The lack of a legitimately fit and performing all-rounder did haunt Virat Kohli’s side, especially during the first two matches of their T20 World Cup journey against Pakistan and New Zealand, both of which they lost and practically ousted themselves from the tournament, causing a major setback to Kohli’s legacy as he stepped down from T20I captainship on the same day. View the full article
  2. The way Virat Kohli led the Indian team and guided them to victory at Lord’s might have earned him plaudits from all quarters but it didn’t help his cause in the ICC Test rankings for batsmen, where he is currently at the fifth spot. Not long ago, Kohli was at the second spot but his lean patch has extended far longer than many of us expected it to last and he has now slipped down to the fifth position. © Reuters Like you and me, Kohli’s childhood coach Rajkumar Sharma was equally shocked when he came to know about his student’s drop in rankings, which is led by New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson and followed by England captain Joe Root and Australian duo of Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne respectively. “It is shocking news for me that Virat Kohli has fallen to the fifth spot. I was expecting that Joe Root would have probably gone ahead of him. I will definitely talk to him,” Sharma said on India News Sports. Despite his bat being quiet for some time, Kohli has always insisted that he has never played for personal accolades. The most important thing for him continues to be the team’s success, whether he scores a century or not. The way India defeated England at Lord’s would have helped Kohli’s confidence a great deal and given the whole team a belief that they could win the series. Sharma feels his student doesn’t need any extra motivation and it’s only a matter of time that he scores a big hundred. © Reuters “I don’t feel there is any need to motivate him because he is extremely motivated. When I had spoken to him after the last match as well, he was quite excited and was happy that they had won and was not too worried about his runs. When he has such an attitude, a big hundred is about to come,” he added. While Kohli has struggled to score even a half-century, his counterpart Joe Root has dominated the series thus far, scoring two centuries in the first two games. Sharma, who knows Kohli inside out, feels he would take it as a challenge and would do everything possible to settle the scores in the remaining matches. “I would say it is a challenge for Virat to chase Joe Root. I have full hope because I have known Virat from his childhood, he loves challenges. So, it is a good challenge and we will see a good contest in the upcoming matches,” he added. © Reuters Despite Root piling on runs, England have paid the price for their over-reliance on their skipper whereas the visitors have proved to be the better side because a number of players have performed at different stages and bailed the team out of trouble. So, in a way, the Indian team would not be too concerned about Kohli’s individual performance. But, as fans, we would definitely love to see our talisman get among the runs and dominate English bowlers like the way he did in 2018. View the full article
  3. The current Test cricket roster for the Indian side is being touted as one of the best sides to have played in this format, in the history of the game, especially because of the kind of feats they have achieved as a unit, barring the WTC final (and we won’t talk about it because we hate dealing with heavy losses). Anyhow, making a stunning comeback on the final day of the second Test against England at the iconic Lord’s cricket ground in London to win it all and gain a 1-0 lead in the series became the latest addition to this squad’s biggest achievements. View this post on Instagram At the helm of such a proud run remains the captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, who became the fourth most successful captain in the history of Test cricket after booking the 37th win under his name. To add to the kind of impact he has on his team, the team speech that he gave ahead of England’s second innings on Day 5 managed to find its way online and has gone viral ever since. pic.twitter.com/VGpD8Fo3Wa — pant shirt fc (@pant_fc) August 16, 2021 “If I see anyone laughing in front of their players, see what happens. Got it? For Sixty overs they should feel like hell out there,” Kohli could be heard saying in the team hurdle. And to his credit, the kind of intensity brought along by his teammates, especially Mohammed Siraj, ended up working in their favour as the entire English batting order collapsed for just 120 runs, giving the Men in Blue a convincing 151-run victory. View this post on Instagram Having said that, those who love to criticise the Indian captain did not see any way in which Kohli contributed towards India’s winning cause. Instead, they went on to harp about how the skipper has been struggling to put up numbers on the scoreboard for a long time now and how he ended up dropping a crucial and simple Jos Buttler catch which could have cost them the match. No test performances in the last 670 days. Dropped Butler's catch at a crucial stage yesterday but yet take all the credit. He is lucky the English have a shitty batting line ATM. — Zee khan (@Zeekhan14909841) August 17, 2021When VK got out early, some fans came up with the idea of removing him as a test captain. Few days later his captaincy earned India a famous win. — Farrukh Rz (@FarrukhRz) August 17, 2021I'd rather a Kane Williamson who encourages his team to express themselves than curb their instincts and dull them into being a clone of yourself https://t.co/lw9BgEc1fZ — A comment & 3 slow (@krishnavallabh) August 18, 2021This is really ridiculous ...it is a game of cricket, not war behaving like a dictator https://t.co/cWjgYlrJ4u — ABHIJIT NAIR (@Rahul_bill) August 18, 2021An unlikeable and totally self-obsessed man. I'd much rather have Root as my captain personally https://t.co/wvBx3vjm2Q — Nicholas (@ncarowland) August 17, 2021What happened to this intensity when they faced a good batting line-up of NZ in the WTC Final? Why didn't it work? https://t.co/qwRB5hCCp6 — Aman (@cric_ap) August 18, 2021The second Test makes Kohli only the third Indian captain after Kapil Dev (1986) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (2014) to win a red-ball match at Lord’s and the sheer experience of going through such a trying five-day period shows why it will forever be remembered as one of the most iconic Test wins. View the full article
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  5. US stocks failed to hold onto early solid gains as state officials ordered non-essential businesses to close in New York City from Sunday evening
  6. Jofra Archer plays a shot during the fifth day of the first cricket test between England and New Zealand. Photo: AFPEngland captain Joe Root said rookie fast bowler Jofra Archer had a lot to learn as the tourists slumped to an innings defeat by New...
  7. Representational image. Photo: FileEnergy firms led a sell-off in most Asian equity markets on Tuesday a day after supply fears sent oil prices plunging, while confidence remains fragile owing to ongoing fears of a global trade war.After hitting...
  8. Everyone, once in their lives, gets stuck in a *** slump or a dry spell which may lead to absolute clueless ness on how to end the phase. It could be because you just got out of a long term relationship and weren't really ready to hit the sack with another person or you just haven't had enough opportunity with women to have random *** here and there. Whatever it is, it's really nothing to panic about. A sexual dry spell can last for a year to a few months or even a few weeks. If you were regular at having *** and are experiencing a slump period, then even a week or two without it may seem unbearable and when you do get out of it, you may be a little confused about re-exploring your sexuality. Especially when you come out of a long term relationship where you've been having *** with just one person and want to come out of the slump stage. It's a tad difficult but definitely achievable. Here are a few ways you can get back in the game like you never left, to begin with! Get In Shape Exercising really helps release a lot of pent-up sexual energy. It's good to hit the gym or do some yoga to release held up testosterones in order to not rush your *** drive when the times comes. Plus exercising makes you a happier person, so you're not frustrated or grumpy due to the lack of ***. Exercising also makes you perform and last better in bed, if you haven't had *** in a while i.e. (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Go On At Least 10 Dates Before Having *** Due to the dry spell, your expectations to have *** must have risen or lowered so it's wise to test the waters before diving in. Go on at least 10 dates with different women or the same to figure the aspirations you want to set for yourself and build that confidence you probably lost out on during your dry spell. You will probably know, through going on different dates, how to go about the game all over again and if you want to indulge in just casual *** or emotionally involving *** or both. Once you build that criteria, your ego and your self confidence will be boosted on its own. (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Indulge in 'Quickies' Quickies don't necessarily lead to *** but they lead to sensual stimulation and increase in oxytocin levels. If you're having a dry spell while in a relationship it is best to indulge in short and intense cuddles or quickies that don't lead to *** but build anticipation and sexual self esteem. If you're just going out on dates to build that credibility again, making out sessions or quickies are a good way to get back to your active *** life. It also builds heaps of confidence to eventually go all the way. (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Dial Down The Graphic Content While it's healthy to indulge in porn and give yourself a treat every now and then, it's actually counter productive if you're trying to nurse your *** life back to good health. Porn can get a bit addictive during a dry spell because all your sexual energy is channelled there and there are very little attempt is made at finding something real. Porn may satisfy a short term craving but it's the wrong form of nutrition if you're trying to break a pattern. Men who spend hours indulging in a digital fantasy may face social and sexual problems connecting with women altogether. We aren't saying stop watching porn altogether but if you wanna get out of that dry spell, log off for a bit and get real! (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Change Your Style Maybe it's time to change your style and your attitude and avoid fads. Keep it simple, keep it classic and create you own style that will organically attract women to you. Maybe you're still supporting a hairstyle that was big in the early 2000's or the clothes you wear were last seen on Clint Eastwood. A little change in style couldn't hurt really. (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Try Out Online Dating There are 1000 different ways to meet women and you really need variety while coming out of a dry spell. If you're out from a long term relationship, it wouldn't be such a bad idea to embrace online dating and see the kinda women you want to test the waters with. You'll be surprised to know how many fish you actually come across! (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Be Prepared For Bedroom Malfunction(s) After a long sexual haul, there is a possibility you may not be able to perform in bed as per your expectation. Pre-mature ejaculation or even flaccidity is a very temporary symptom of a sexual dry spell. There will always be fears, anxieties and pressure that will be part and parcel of someone trying to break away from a dry spell. The trick is to not let them get to you and try and relax. The transition, although may take time, is quite smooth sans the nervousness. Just don't let the panic take you back to the slump! (c)Thinkstock/Getty Images Apart from all these things you can try, you must remember a dry spell is part psychological as well. It's your brain going into sleep mode, getting comfortable with not fending for a basic cardinal need. Sooner or later, the lack of *** does affect you psychosomatically and if you realise it's affecting you in a negative way, you know how to avoid a dry spell now.
  9. Vincent Aboubakar struck two first-half goals to spearhead Porto?s emphatic 5-2 win over Monaco at the Dragao Stadium on Wednesday and seal their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League. The prolific Cameroonian striker took his season?s tally in all competitions to 17 in a one-sided game in which both teams were reduced to 10 men after Porto?s Felipe and Monaco?s Rachid Ghezzal were sent off for an undignified 38th-minute scuffle. Knowing a win would guarantee them second place in Group G, Porto?s nerves were quickly settled when Aboubakar latched on to Yacine Brahimi?s through ball after nine minutes. The powerful striker was in magnificent form, pouncing again in the 33rd minute when he cut in from the left edge of the box and shot beneath Diego Benaglio for his fifth goal of the Champions League campaign. Monaco, who had lost the 2004 final to the same Portuguese opponents, were reminded of that 3-0 defeat when Aboubakar turned provider, playing in Brahimi for a third just before halftime. Monaco captain Kamil Glik pulled one back with a 61st-minute penalty, given harshly for a handball from Ivan Marcano, but Porto?s Brazilian fullback Alex Telles thundered home a 25-metre shot four minutes later. Radamel Falcao nodded in a 78th-minute consolation against his old club before Tiquinho Soares struck again with another header for the home side with just two minutes remaining. The victory took Porto to 10 points behind group winners Besiktas, who moved on to 14 after their 2-1 win at RB Leipzig ensured the German newcomers missed out in third place on seven points. For Monaco, though, the conclusive defeat only demonstrated how far they have fallen since their exciting young side was broken up after reaching the semi-finals last season. For the prolific Falcao, still Monaco?s brightest spark in a dismal season, it was a bittersweet return to the Dragao, where he won six trophies with Porto. ?For me, it was a huge pleasure to come here and play again. It?s like my home and I won a lot of trophies here,? the Colombian told UEFA.com. ?Now we have to focus on the league and the two domestic cups. It?s sad not to be continuing in the Champions League but that?s football. ?Our team changed a lot in the summer and we need time to get stronger. We are capable of finishing second in the league in order to return to this competition.?
  10. Shares of Facebook, Apple and other technology heavyweights dropped on Wednesday, creating uncertainty over whether the top-performing sector?s record-breaking rally this year is ending or merely taking a break. A day after hitting a record high, the S&P 500 information technology index .SPLRCT fell 2.9 percent and was on track for its worst session since June. The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index .SOX dropped 4.38 percent, heading for its worst session in a year. Wednesday?s was the latest in a handful of technology selloffs this year that increased chances that the sector?s rally might be ending. Previous tech drops were short-lived and were followed by record highs. ?It?s all rotation. What we?ve had is money flowing into these stocks again and again for so long, like Apple, Facebook, Google. Now you?re seeing that trade reverse,? said Dennis Dick, head of markets structure at Bright Trading LLC in Las Vegas. Facebook, Apple, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google parent-company Alphabet - the so called FAANG stocks that have helped power the S&P 500?s 17-percent rally this year - all lost ground. Apple fell 2.5 percent, reducing its gain this year to 45 percent. Facebook slid 3.8 percent, Alphabet lost 2.5 percent and Netflix slumped 6.8 percent. Those losses were offset by a jump in banks as well as telecommunications stocks, which have underperformed this year. Sports apparel seller Under Armour, the S&P 500?s worst performer in 2017, rallied 5.2 percent. Still, the S&P 500 IT index has gained 36 percent in 2017, accounting for a quarter of the overall S&P 500?s $24 trillion value, the highest proportion since the dot-com bubble in 2000. The semiconductor index has surged 41 percent this year, helped by strong global demand for chips as well as a wave of consolidation across the industry. Those soaring prices have left the tech sector trading at 19 times expected earnings, versus the S&P 500's P/E multiple of 18, according to Thomson Reuters Datastream. Attracted to above-average earnings growth in a tepid global economy, investors have been willing to pay premium prices to own leading technology companies that are expanding their marketshare and growing quickly. ?They?re rallying because they have new business models that legacy companies are having a hard time adjusting to,? said Jim Bianco, president of Bianco Research in Chicago, adding that he was recommending to clients that they take advantage of Wednesday?s drop to buy more tech shares.
  11. Tottenham Hotspur?s slump continued as Leicester City beat them 2-1 on Tuesday with Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez on target to avenge last season?s home mauling by the Londoners at the King Power stadium. Thrashed 6-1 by Mauricio Pochettino?s side in May, Leicester produced a performance more like that which took them to the Premier League title in 2015-16, leaving Spurs reeling after a third defeat in their last five league games. Vardy put the hosts ahead after 13 minutes, cleverly lobbing a volley over Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris after being put through by Marc Albrighton?s chipped pass. Spurs responded with Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli having chances to equalise but were dealt a crushing blow on the stroke of halftime when Mahrez cut in from the right and sent a spectacular dipping effort into the top corner. Tottenham?s Argentine forward Erik Lamela came on for his first appearance in 13 months after injury and set up Harry Kane to smash home a late reply. Fellow substitute Fernando Llorente then squandered a glorious late chance to level for the visitors but Leicester held on for their first home win over Spurs since 2002.
  12. After a dismal October for Hollywood, Disney and Marvel Studio's "Thor: Rognarok" proved a smashing success this weekend, pulling in $121 million in North American theaters for a global total of $427 million, according to industry estimates. How big was the film's three-day opening? Well, the latest "Thor" episode, boosted by strong reviews and the self-mocking humour of Chris Hemsworth as the powerful Norse god (with Cate Blanchett as Hela, goddess of death), netted more than seven times the take of last week's leader, Lionsgate's "Jigsaw." That movie, which has police investigating a string of horrific murders carried out in the style of supposedly long-dead killer Jigsaw, dropped this weekend to third place at $6.7 million, according to website Exhibitor Relations. In second was "A Bad Mom's Christmas," from STX Entertainment, at $17 million. That comedy stars three women -- Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn -- whose plans change when their mothers (Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines and Susan Sarandon) drop in unexpectedly for the holidays. In fourth position was Lionsgate's "Boo 2! A Madea Halloween" at $4.7 million. The light comedy has actor/director Tyler Perry and buddies heading to a campground which -- surprise! -- turns out to be haunted. In fifth spot was "Geostorm" from Warner Bros., at $3 million. The sci-fi disaster thriller follows Gerard Butler as he struggles to save the world from an apocalyptic storm caused by climate-controlling satellites run amok. Rounding out the top 10 were: "Happy Death Day" ($2.8 million) "Thank You for Your Service" ($2.3 million) "Blade Runner: 2049" ($2.2 million) "Let There Be Light" ($2.2 million) "Only the Brave" ($1.9 million)
  13. Kagiso Rabada sparked a dramatic England collapse as South Africa went in search of a consolation win in the third one-day international at Lord's on Monday. England slumped to 20 for six in five overs after losing the toss before recovering to 153 all out. Fast bowler Rabada took four wickets for 12 runs in his first three overs, before eventually finishing with four for 39 in nine. New ball colleague Wayne Parnell took three for 43 in eight. Jonny Bairstow, recalled for this match, kept the Proteas at bay with a fine 51. His was one of just three double-figure scores by batsmen in the innings, with David Willey (26) and number nine Toby Roland-Jones, who made an impressive 37 not out on his ODI debut, helping the Yorkshireman compile stands of 62 and 52 respectively. Nevertheless, there were still nearly 20 overs of the innings left when Keshav Maharaj dismissed last man Steven Finn. Left-arm spinner Maharaj took three for 25 in 6.1 overs. The consolations for England were that they were already an unassailable 2-0 up in this three-match series and that the collapse had not come during the Champions Trophy ODI tournament, which they launch across London with a match against Bangladesh at The Oval on Thursday. An overcast morning and a green-tinged pitch meant it was no surprise when South Africa captain AB de Villiers opted to field first upon winning the toss. "The stats show there's something in it for the first 15 overs, and that's when we want to do some damage," said de Villiers after the coin fell his way for the third time this series. As it turned out, the Proteas only needed a mere five overs to have England six down. The fifth ball of the match saw Rabada strike when Jason Roy edged a good length ball to Hashim Amla at first slip. Next over, Joe Root (two) was lbw to a swinging delivery from left-armer Parnbell England then lost their next two wickets on 15. Eoin Morgan, the England captain, fell for eight on his Middlesex home ground, was caught behind off Parnell for eight. That was the end of the fourth over and next ball Alex Hales, trying to drive Rabada, got an outside edge to Amla and England were 15 for four. It was the start of a brilliant over that yielded three wickets in five balls for Rabada. His fifth ball that over saw Jos Buttler,going for a big drive, well caught by Faf du Plessis at second slip. Next ball, England's 20 for five became 20 for six when Adil Rashid, even more recklessly, attempted a huge drive and edged to du Plessis for a golden duck. Bairstow, England's Test wicket-keeper who many believe should be in England's first-choice ODI side purely as a batsman, stopped the rot. He showed his class by cover-driving Rabada and cutting fast bowler Morne Morkel for fours. Bairstow received good support from Yorkshire team-mate Willey before the all-rounder was caught drove Parnell to cover. Bairstow then gave his wicket away when he charged at Maharaj only to be stumped by de Kock to end a 67-ball knock featuring eight fours. Roland-Jones struck five fours but the damage had long since been done.
  14. Motorola has decided that it will not be manufacturing smartwatches anytime soon as they want to call a time-out on wearables. The reason why Motorola will be discontinuing smartwatches is simple, business around the Android Wear has been slow and not what people at the top were expecting it to be. Motorola’s vice president of wearables, Shakil Barkat told The Verge that they do not “see enough pull in the market to put a (smartwatch) out at this time”. Moto makes some fantastic smartwatches as the Moto 360 is considered one of the most revered and good-looking smartwatch out there. However, this isn’t the final fate of the Moto 360 range but it is a sign that Lenovo Moto will take their sweet time if they want to launch a new smartwatch in the near future. “Wearables do not have broad enough appeal for us to continue to build on it year after year,” Barkat explained. Google’s new Android Wear update i.e. Android Wear 2 has been delayed and it is one of the biggest reason why it is a deterrent for companies to launch new smartwatches ahead of the update. © BCCL Sales of smartwatches have been experiencing a slump in general and Apple is holding the majority of the wearable market. Garmin is also another brand that has been selling extremely well while other companies are suffering due to the decline in sales. The International Data Corporation reports that smartwatch supply and shipments have declined by 51.6% this year. Thanks to all the data and Lenovo Moto’s move to discontinue their wearable line, it is interesting to see if other companies will follow suit.
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