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Bairstow confirms he won’t play again in 2022 after freak injury

Bairstow confirms he won’t play again in 2022 after freak injury

England batsman Jonny Bairstow has confirmed he won’t play again this year after undergoing surgery on a broken leg following a “freak accident” playing golf. Just hours after being named in England’s T20 World Cup squad, Bairstow was forced to withdraw after suffering a broken leg when he slipped while walking to a tee box....

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T20 World Cup 2022: Who will officiate Pakistan-India match?

T20 World Cup 2022: Who will officiate Pakistan-India match?

ICC match umpires. — ICC The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced 20 match officials for the first round and Super 12s stages of the Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. The mega event is scheduled to start on October 16 while Pakistan will face arch-rival India on October 23 at the Melbourne...

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King Charles III expresses interest in visiting Pakistan soon – Daily Times

King Charles III expresses interest in visiting Pakistan soon – Daily Times

King Charles III of the UK, who took the throne last month after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, has indicated a desire to visit Pakistan shortly. The king expressed his desire in a discussion with Pakistan’s honorary ambassador-at-large on investment Zeeshaan Shah in the first-ever public reception hosted by the UK monarch to honour...

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Iran’s Khamenei backs police over Mahsa Amini protests, may signal tougher crackdown

Iran’s Khamenei backs police over Mahsa Amini protests, may signal tougher crackdown

Iran’s supreme leader on Monday gave his full backing to security forces confronting protests ignited by the death of Mahsa Amini in custody, comments that could herald a harsher crackdown to quell unrest more than two weeks since she died. In his first remarks addressing the 22-year-old’s death after her arrest by morality police over...

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Dollar slides as lower US yields give markets a breather

Dollar slides as lower US yields give markets a breather

TOKYO/LONDON: The dollar slid on Tuesday as US treasury yields paused in a relentless climb higher, providing brief relief to share markets and helping the euro and sterling move further off multi-year lows. The Australian dollar was also in focus, sinking about 1% after the nation’s central bank surprised markets with a smaller-than-expected interest rate...

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European shares rally sharply ahead of producer price data

European shares rally sharply ahead of producer price data

European shares rose sharply on Tuesday in a broad-based rally, led by chipmakers, travel and leisure companies, and some strong corporate updates, with investors eyeing producer price data due later in the day. The region-wide STOXX 600 index was up 2% by 0827 GMT, hitting its highest level since Sept. 23. Equities in the region...

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Australia’s Paine set to play first match since sexting scandal

Australia’s Paine set to play first match since sexting scandal

SYDNEY: An “emotionally sound” Tim Paine is set to play his first top-level game since a sexting scandal ended his international career, with the former Australia captain included Tuesday in Tasmania’s squad for a Sheffield Shield tie. Paine quit as Test skipper last November on the eve of the Ashes campaign against England when lewd...

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Nobel Physics Prize could focus on light

Nobel Physics Prize could focus on light

Last year, 12 men and one woman won Nobel Prizes, with all of the science nods going to men. – AFP Stockholm: Bending and manipulating light to make objects invisible or harnessing it more efficiently to produce electricity are among the discoveries tipped to win the Nobel Physics Prize on Tuesday. The Royal Swedish Academy of...