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Meet the expert who stopped the global cyber attack: WannaCry ransomware

Meet the expert who stopped the global cyber attack: WannaCry ransomware

A young British computer expert credited with cracking the WannaCry cyber attack told The Associated Press he doesn’t consider himself a hero but fights malware because “it’s the right thing to do.” In his first face-to-face interview, Marcus Hutchins, who works for Los Angeles-based Kryptos Logic, said Monday that hundreds of computer experts worked throughout

England, Afghan players hit jackpot in IPL 2017 auction

Bengaluru: English all-rounder Ben Stokes and pacer Tymal Mills emerged the hottest buys in the morning session of the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction, which saw as many as 33 players being bought by franchises while many big names missed out pick-up. Rising Pune Supergiants (RPSG), who removed Mahendra Singh Dhoni from captaincy on Sunday,

England set India 322-run target to claim series whitewash

Kolkata:  Sent in to bat, England scored 321 for eight in the third and final cricket One-day international at the Eden Gardens, here today. India have already secured the series, having won the first two matches of the series in Pune and Cuttack. Brief Scores: England: 321 for 8 in 50 overs. (Jason Roy 65,

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Dhawan in hospital before third ODI against England

  Kolkata: Out-of-form India opener Shikhar Dhawan on Friday checked into a private hospital after landing in the city for the third and final One-Day International (ODI) against England at the Eden Gardens on Sunday. Dhawan, who scored 1 and 11 in the two ODIs in Pune and Cuttack respectively, is going through a lean

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Second ODI: Yuvraj, Dhoni propel India to massive 381/6

  Cuttack: Centuries from Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni helped India recover from a poor start to post 381/6 in the second One-Day International (ODI) against England at the Barabati Stadium here on Thursday. The duo added 256 runs between them in 38.2 overs to bring the Indian innings back on track after England

England post huge 350/7 against India in 1st ODI

Pune: England bowlers feasted on a listless Indian bowling piling up their highest score of 350 for 7 against the hosts in the first one day international, here today. One-down Joe Root and opener Jason Roy struck form early before Ben Stokes too blitzed his way to a half century en route a record score

Joe Root joins England squad

Mumbai: England were bolstered by the arrival of their top batsman Joe Root here in time for travelling with the squad tomorrow to Pune for the first of three ODIs on January 15. “Joe Root has arrived. He is at the ground (Brabourne Stadium),” the team’s media manager. Root, who had stayed back for a

England beat India A by three wickets in warm-up match

  Mumbai:  Riding on Sam Billings’ brilliant 93, England defeated India A by three wickets in the first 50-over warm-up match at the Brabourne Stadium here on Tuesday. Billings, Jason Roy (62), Jos Buttler (46) and Liam Dawson (41) were the major contributors for the visitors, who chased down India’s 304-5 with 1.1 overs and

England all out for 400 on day 2 in fourth Test

Mumbai:  England put on board a respectable 400 before their first innings ended on the second day of the fourth cricket Test against India at the Wankhede Stadium, here. England had started the day at 288 for five. India are leading the series 2-0. Brief Scores: England 1st innings: 400 all out in 130.1 overs

England reach 385/8 at lunch

  Mumbai:  England were 385/8 at lunch in their first innings on the second day’s action of the fourth cricket Test match here on Thursday. Resuming at their overnight score of 288/5, Jos Buttler struck a crucial half century to pull England towards a decent first innings score. He was unbeaten on 64, accompanied by

England reach 117/1 at lunch

Mumbai:  England reached 117/1 at lunch on the first day of the fourth Test match against India here on Thursday. England skipper Alastair Cook was the only batsman dismissed at 46 when he was stumped by Parthiv Patel off the bowling of left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja. England put on 99 for the opening wicket after

Confident India ready to wrap up series win against England

Mumbai: A dominant India will be eyeing tocl inch the five-Test series against England with yet another comprehensive victory when the two teams square off in the fourth match of the series starting tomorrow. With an unassailable 2-0 lead after three Tests, the confidence of the Virat Kohli-led team is sky high and they would

Pandya out for 6 weeks, may miss England ODIs

Mohali: India all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been ruled out of competitive cricket for a minimum of six weeks after the shoulder injury he sustained during the net-session here turned out to be a hairline fracture. The rehabilitation will start post recovery and it makes Hardik a doubtful starter for India’s ODI series against England starting in

Shami cleans up tailenders as England post 283

Mohali:  India dismissed England for 283 runs in their first innings on the second day of the third Test at the Punjab Cricket Association I. S. Bindra Stadium here on Sunday. With England starting at the overnight score of 268/8, fast bowler Mohammed Shami cleaned up the remaining two wickets for figures of 3/63. Shami

England 268/8 at stumps on day one

Mohali:  England were 268 for eight at stumpson day one of their third Test against India here today. Brief scores: England 268/8 in 90 overs (Bairstow 89, Buttler 43; Yadav 2/58, Jayant 2/56).

Cook wins toss, elects to bat against India in 3rd Test

Mohali:  England skipper Alastair Cook wonthe toss and elected to bat against India in the third cricket Test at PCA stadium, here today. India have made two changes, handing Test debut to Karun Nair in place of injured KL Rahul and replacing Wriddhimnan Saha with Parthiv Patel, who is back in the Test side for

England 87/2 at stumps on day 4 against India

Visakhapatnam:  Chasing 405 for victory, England were 87 for two at stumps on the fourth and penultimate day of the second cricket Test against India here today. Skipper Alastair Cook got out in the day’s final over after scoring a dogged 54. At stumps, Joe Root was batting on 5, with his team needing another

Second Test: India set 405-run target for England

  Visakhapatnam:  India were bowled out for 204 against England in the second innings minutes before lunch, swelling their lead to 404 runs, on the penultimate day of the second Test match at the ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium here on Sunday. Resuming the day at 98/3, Ajinkya Rahane (26) and skipper Virat Kohli (81) started the

India 98/3 at stumps on day three, lead England by 298 runs

Visakhapatnam:  India were 98 for three in their second innings, leading England by 298 runs at stumps on day three of the second Test here today. Brief scores: India 455 and 98/3 in 34 overs (Kohli batting 56; Broad 2/6). England 255 in 102.5 overs (Stokes 70, Bairstow 53, Root 53; Ashwin 5/67).

England 191/6 at lunch against India on Day 3

Visakhapatnam: England were 191 for 6 in reply to India’s first innings 455 at lunch on the third day of the second cricket Test here today. England trail by 264 runs with four first innings wickets in hand. Brief Scores: India 1st Innings: 455 England 1st Innings: 191 for 6 in 81 overs (Jonny Bairstow