Images from Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and England, at the Narendra Modi stadium, in Motera, Ahmedabad. SCORECARD IMAGE: India's Rishabh Pant celebrates after scoring a hundred on Friday, Day 2 of the fourth Test against England, at the Narendra Modi stadium, in Motera, Ahmedabad. Photograph: BCCI Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant scored a breezy century and Washington Sundar an unbeaten fifty as India recovered from a precarious position to post 294 for 7 at stumps on Day 2 of the fourth Test against England, at the Narendra Modi stadium, in Motera, Ahmedabad, on Friday. Pant, who fell for 97 in the Sydney Test against Australia and was then dismissed for 91 in the first Test of the ongoing series in Chennai, blazed away to a 118-ball 101, which was studded with 13 hits to the fence and two sixes, to anchor India's innings after a 144-ball 49 by opener Rohit Sharma at the top and the loss of Cheteshwar Pujara (17) skipper Virat Kohli (0), Ajinkya … [Read more...] about PICS: India vs England, 4th Test, Day 2
UNIVERSAL Credit is a single monthly payment that rolls six benefits into one. The payments are calculated depending on your individual circumstances so yours won't necessarily be the same as someone else's. It's designed to help people on lower incomes, but the government says it should also help people get back into work. But the more you work the more your benefits will be affected. This is because Universal Credit is subject to the taper rate, which means that for every £1 you earn over a certain allowance, 63p is deducted from your payments. We believe you should be able to keep hold of more of your cash. The Sun wants the taper rate to be slashed to 50p to help at least four million struggling families. But until then, we talk you through how your Universal Credit payment is worked out and how getting a job will affect your payments. Universal Credit calculators TRYING to work out how much Universal Credit you can get can be overwhelming. There … [Read more...] about Universal Credit calculator: How much can you get?
A snorkeler came across a huge stash of cocaine worth around £1.2million inside a bin bag while out swimming. Twenty-five bricks of the Class A drug were found stuffed inside the floating bale off the Florida Keys on Wednesday afternoon, police have said. The snorkeler was swimming near Craig Key at Mile Marker 72 and notified police at around 1.50pm, Monroe County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. Border Patrol agents responded and retrieved the drugs. Chief Border Patrol Agent Thomas G. Martin said the unidentified "Good Samaritan" contacted the authorities after discovering the "large black bundle wrapped in tape", weighing around 31kg. What do you think of this story? Let us know in the comments Taking to Twitter , he said: "On Wednesday, a Good Samaritan discovered 68 lbs. of cocaine valued at over 1.5 million dollars floating in the #FloridaKeys . "The individual noticed a large black bundle wrapped in tape & contacted local authorities. … [Read more...] about Snorkeler finds £1.1 million worth of cocaine floating inside taped bin bag
The last man called by one of three gangsters murdered in the 1995 “Essex Boys” killings was never questioned by police, it has emerged. Retired detective David McKelvey says the suspected villain was linked to a man who has previously been named as the shooter, but was never charged. Instead Jack Whomes and Michael Steele were jailed for life after being convicted of blasting the drug dealers with a shotgun in their Range Rover 26 years ago. But Mr McKelvey, and his team of highly experienced former murder detectives, now claim to have found evidence supporting the account of an East End crook who told police he was the getaway driver for the real killer. Mr McKelvey, who runs private investigation firm TM-Eye, said: “We have done a thorough and detailed investigation which has led us to believe there may have been a miscarriage of justice. “Compelling new evidence throws the case into doubt and we are appealing for witnesses to come forward.” The bodies of Pat Tate, 36, … [Read more...] about Last man called by one of the murdered ‘Essex Boys’ was never questioned by police
Android & Chill Google is simply doing what it does best — keeping its extras to itself. Jerry Hildenbrand 6 Mar 2021 1 Source: Jerry Hildenbrand / Android Central I've seen something being shared around that looks like terrible news for anyone who loves the way Chrome can render a web page but hates the extra bloat that's baked into Google's browser. According to It's FOSS — a web site dedicated to all things open-source and a site I read regularly — third-party browsers that use Chromium are being locked out of certain features because Google is worried about market share. That would be a devastating loss to you, me, and the internet as a whole if it were the case, but I don't think it has anything to do with the market share of Chrome or that Google really cares about the particular features in play here. It's just Google making sure that only you and it have access to sensitive information stored in your Google account. VPN Deals: … [Read more...] about No, Chromium browsers aren’t going anywhere any time soon