Steve Smith makes hundred as Australia set India 287-run target to win series
Apart from Smith, who raised his ninth ODI hundred, young Marnus Labuschagne (54) also batted well after the visitors opted to bat. Down the order, Alex Carey contributed 35 runs though he could not make the most of his start. For India, pacer Mohammed Shami (4/63) and spin all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja (2/44) shared six wickets between them.
Cricket: Team India needs to define KL Rahul's role in the team
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Simon Taufel cheated death in 2009 during a Lahore visit
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A breakdown for Boeing and the FAA after years of trust
FAA chief Steve Dickson -- a former Delta Air Lines employee who in August took over the reins at the world's most influential aviation regulator -- had announced the day before that Boeing's 737 MAX would not return to the skies before 2020.
'The Graduate' screenwriter Buck Henry passes away at 89 after suffering a heart attack
Henry's film career began with 'The Troublemaker', in which he also played a minor role.
India will struggle to achieve 5% GDP growth in 2020: American economist Steve Hanke
Hanke, who currently teaches applied economics at Johns Hopkins University (USA), pointed out that India experienced an unsustainable credit boom, and now the chickens are coming to roost with a massive pile of non-performing loans piled up, primarily at the state-owned banks.
Baidu Chief Robin Li thinks AI will cut human dependence on mobile phones
Li also said the video as a form of content may become the numero uno form of content: “Video is becoming the main form of content. We used to see text; then more and more images on the Internet. Today, video is the most important form of content on the internet. People’s mindsets are also changing-- changing toward video content.”
Rohit slams century, Kohli 89 to help India claim series 2-1
Chasing 287 to win, India overhauled the target with 15 balls to spare at decider. Earlier, Steve Smith (131) hit a hundred to lead Australia to 286 for nine. Apart from Smith, who raised his ninth ODI hundred, Marnus Labuschagne (54) also batted well after the visitors opted to bat. India had lost the series-opener in Mumbai before levelling the series in Rajkot.
Virat Kohli maintains top spot, Pujara a place down in ICC Test batsmen ranking
With 928 points, Kohli is way ahead of second-placed Australian maestro Steve Smith (911) and New Zealand's inspirational skipper Kane Williamson (822), while Australia's Marnus Labuschagne, who has amassed 1,085 runs in 11 Tests this year, improved a place to grab the fourth spot. Pujara was placed fifth with 791 points, while Ajinkya Rahane was joint seventh with 759 points.
UK accidentally publishes addresses of Elton John, Oscar-winning film directors, and other celebrities
British officials have apologised for the mistake.
Virat Kohli closes in on top-ranked Steve Smith, Mayank Agarwal breaks into top-10 for first time
Kohli (928 rating points), who hit 136 against Bangladesh in the second Test in Kolkata, reduced the gap from 25 to three points with Australian Smith (931) to retain the second spot. Agarwal, who struck a double century in the first Test against Bangladesh in Indore, jumped one place to 10th with 700 points. He is the fourth Indian batsmen in the top 10 list.
Cricket: Rejigged India level series despite Smith defiance
Steve Smith kept Australia on course with a typically busy 98 before dragging the ball onto his stumps and the tourists were all out for 304 in the final over. The Indian top order had powered the hosts to 340-6 with opener Shikhar Dhawan (96) laying the foundation and KL Rahul providing the late assault with a whirlwind 80 at number five.
South Africa wins Miss Universe 2019 crown; India's Vartika Singh in top 20
Miss Puerto Rico and Miss Mexico were named the first and second runner-up, respectively.
India hopeful of Pramila Jayapal move getting only marginal support
Democrat Jayapal has introduced the Congressional resolution urging India to end as swiftly as possible restrictions on communications and preserve religious freedom for all residents in Kashmir. The resolution, introduced in the House of Representatives after several weeks of efforts by Jayapal, has only one cosponsor .
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