The notoriously controversial Israeli security firm, the NSO Group, has released court documents that show Facebook tried to buy Pegasus, the spyware created by the group, in 2017. Pegasus can be used to jailbreak a device and load malware onto it.
Air India recently found a rather unexpected praise from an Air Traffic Controller (ATC) of- Pakistan.
Australia coach Justin Langer believes resuming cricket behind closed doors when it is safe to do so will have “great value” for the public, deprived of action by the coronavirus shutdown.
The coronavirus pandemic has killed at least 60,000 people worldwide, nearly three quarters of them in Europe, since it emerged in China in December, according to a tally compiled by AFP at 1330 GMT Saturday from official sources.
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Saturday said due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, it will not issue NOCs for any cricket during the holy month of Ramadan.
As the entire nation is under lockdown, netizens are keeping busy by tracking surprising phenomenas taking place all over the world through videos and pictures. From animals fearlessly stepping out from forested areas into city streets to striking pictures of the Himalayas seen from Jalandhar, Punjab, social media is flooded with some interesting events. Adding to this list is a stunning video of the City of Joy, Kolkata, captured during the lockdown.
When the walls feel like they’re closing in, pull all your family members or roommates away from their screens for a few hours and challenge them to a little friendly competition. That is precisely what our celebrities are doing to banish boredom.
Even as the fate of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League hangs in balance due to the coronavirus outbreak, both the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as well as the IPL franchises are keeping fingers crossed for a full season of the cash-rich league. And former England skipper Kevin Pietersen believes the IPL should happen. “Let’s say July-August is the earliest, I do truly believe the IPL should happen,” Pietersen said on Star Sports Cricket Connected. “I do believe it is the kick-start to the cricket season. I think every single player around the world is desperate to play the IPL.
Deep in the foothills of Mexico’s Sierra Juarez mountains, Juana Lazaro washes her hands vigorously, lathering up to her elbows and scrubbing between her fingers then rinsing them several times with cold water.
Actor Katrina Kaif has posted a new selfie with sister Isabelle. She took to Instagram on Saturday to share the new picture, which she captioned in a witty manner.
The Covid-19 pandemic currently remains the most talked-about issue the world over, and not only celebrities but even their kids are doing their bit in this collective fight against the deadly novel coronavirus. Through pictures and videos posted on social media, star kids are proving to be second to none in spreading awareness about the fast-spreading illness.
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Amid the nationwide lockdown, veteran Indian archer Tarundeep Rai is busy building shoulder muscles at the Army Sports Institute in Pune, which he believes will keep him in shape for Tokyo Olympics now postponed to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The postponement of the Tokyo Games was a bitter pill to swallow for the two-time World Championship silver medallist as he will get one year older when he takes the field for his third Olympics.
Actor Hrithik Roshan may be the most sought after actor in Bollywood right now but his journey to success was not always easy. The actor had a rough childhood when he struggled with a lack of confidence, a stutter, and financial insecurity.
Fans have not been able to see M.S. Dhoni return to professional cricket due to the coronavirus pandemic putting a stop to all forms of cricket throughout the country.
Dia Mirza, Yami Gautam tell Sania Mirza it’s no time to judge those posting food pics during lockdown
Actors Yami Gautam and Dia Mirza have responded to tennis player Sania Mirza’s earlier comments that posting food pictures and cooking videos during this time of crisis is inappropriate. Sania had written on Twitter that hundreds and thousands of people are starving in the world because of the coronavirus lockdowns.
Singer Selena Gomez opened up about her bipolar disorder diagnosis. She made the revelation during an Instagram live chat session with fellow Disney star Miley Cyrus.
Ace pistol shooter Abhishek Verma says maintaining focus and form till the Tokyo Olympics, postponed to next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be a huge challenge, but one that he is equipped to take on. The ongoing nationwide lockdown, enforced to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, has halted training schedules of all the sportspersons. And the ensuing postponement of the quadrennial Games may threaten to disturb his focus a bit.