Another brilliant over from Agar!Ashton Agar has bowled brilliantly tonight as he has kept things tight and hasn't given easy boundaries. He finishes another tidy over in which he gave only two runs. First 10 overs: 0-61https://t.co/bJYo22wtYR #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/c3ExbfN7XI … [Read more...] about India vs Australia 3rd ODI Highlights: Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli Star As India Clinch 3-Match Series 2-1
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Though an official title has not been announced for the fifth film in the Indiana Jones film series, Disney and Lucasfilm have been openly talking about a new entry in the franchise since 2016. According to the man himself production will begin very soon and cameras will roll before the summer. Speaking in a new interview, Harrison Ford was asked about returning to characters that he's played in the past and the challenges that come with those reprisals, revealing he'll have to act on them soon for Indiana Jones. … [Read more...] about Harrison Ford to Shoot Indiana Jones 5 in Two Months
Super-high heels can free women, says legendary French shoe designer Christian Louboutin, who insists that wearing his towering six-inch stilettos is a “form of liberty”. While some feminists see vertiginous heels as sexual enslavement, Louboutin believes the opposite -- even if it means women have to walk slowly and carefully in his iconic red-soled creations. “Women do not want to give up wearing high heels,” the designer told before “The Exhibitionist”, a retrospective of his 30-year career, opens in a Paris museum Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Form of liberty: Super-high heels free women, says shoe king Christian Louboutin
When Tiger Woods arrived on the professional golf scene, he was widely recognised as the saviour of a sport that had become a dull parade of plump, indistinguishable white men huffing and puffing their way around the course. His father, Earl Woods, even went so far as to call him "the Chosen One" and claimed that he would "do more than any other man to change the course of humanity". We now know for sure that whatever else he might be, Woods is definitely not Jesus. But back then there were those who worried that Woods was too far ahead of the rest of the field, a fear that seemed to be confirmed when he won his first Masters in 1997 by a ludicrous 12 shots. So various courses, including the Augusta National, were "Tiger-proofed", making them longer and tougher. … [Read more...] about Is the rise of the super-athlete ruining sport?
00:49 Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei index opened more than 3.5% down on Tuesday, as fears of the coronavirus gripped the markets. The broader Topix index shed an almost identical percentage at the opening bell. Wall Street markets had also closed sharply down on Monday, following the virus' continued spread in Europe and Italy in particular. In Japan, Monday was a national holiday, meaning it was traders' first chance to react. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: First cases in Austria, Croatia, and southern Italy
A few more camera detailsSamsung said it made the S20's sensors three times larger than those of the Galaxy S10 to let in more light. Photos are clear, sharp and colorful overall. Here are some test shots from the Galaxy S20 Ultra so far.108-megapixel images take up far more space, say two to eight times the storage for many shots.Photos taken at 10x and 30x zoom are better quality than 100x zoom.At 100x, the camera's space zoom gets too shaky for clear handheld shots. Use a tripod or monopod, or stabilize it against a surface.Some photos I shot close-up were actually noisier in 108 when I zoomed in (on the laptop screen and the phone screen) than they were taken with the standard photo mode.Battery life with the 120Hz screenThe Galaxy S20 devices support 120Hz refresh rates on the screen. That means its pixels refresh 120 times a second, twice that of the standard 60Hz refresh rate. The idea is to make everything from scrolling and animations to gameplay liquid smooth. The … [Read more...] about Galaxy S20 Ultra: Top camera features finally make sense, but battery life doesn’t (ongoing review)