WTC by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on Share Tweet Australia's over rate was poor in the Boxing Day Test against India at the end of last year. © AFP Justin Langer has bemoaned Australia's slack over rate at the Boxing Day Test against India which ultimately cost the side qualification to the World Test Championship final. The Australia head coach admitted they hadn't been aware of their over-rate deficiency being bad enough to lose points until after the game. "This might be the silliest thing I've ever said, but our manager Gavin Dovey ... he'd been away, he'd gone home for Christmas to be with his family," Langer told SEN. "It wasn't until after the game that we realised our over rate was down. Now, that's really slack on our behalf. "I remember we were in the team room afterwards and I spoke to Painey (skipper Tim Paine) and Dene Hills, our analyst, about it. I was a bit grumpy about it and I thought 'imagine if … [Read more...] about Langer bemoans slack over rate that burned Australia’s WTC final hopes
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ISLAMABAD: After the country reported an alarming rise in coronavirus cases, the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) on Monday has decided to revisit its "school opening modalities." The NCOC meeting, chaired by Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, also considered deferring the opening up of cinemas, indoor weddings, and dine-in restaurants. They were expected to reopen from March 15. However, a decision on this has not been announced yet. The meeting discussed updates from the provinces on rising positivity and corresponding actions, vaccination progress, and national vaccine strategy. The meeting expressed its concerns over public complacency in following non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs or alternate measures to treat the disease other than medical treatment). It also reviewed the rising positivity trend prevailing across the country and NCOC directed the provincial administrations to ensure strict enforcement … [Read more...] about Given rise in coronavirus cases, will schools be closed again in Pakistan?
Kindly Share This Story: ….Aina, Maja celebrate Liverpool’s capitulation as champions stooped to an unprecedented low as Fulham boosted their survival hopes with a 1-0 win at Anfield which condemned Jurgen Klopp’s side to a sixth successive home defeat. The defeat of the champions provoked scenes of celebrations from Fulham’s Nigerian pair, Ola Aina and Josh Aina, who could not hold back the emotions of getting a famous victory over Liverpool at the once fortress Anfield ground. ALSO READ: Meghan accuses British royals of racism, says they pushed her to brink of suicide Klopp made seven changes in the wake of Thursday’s defeat by Chelsea but they failed to inspire the Reds as their horrendous home run continued against the relegation-threatened Cottagers. Mario Lemina punished slack defending from Mohamed Salah to rifle in his first Fulham goal on the stroke of half-time as Scott Parker’s side were rewarded for their adventurous approach … [Read more...] about Liverpool lose to Fulham in sixth straight Anfield defeat
WHEN news of the latest lockdown broke, parents all over the nation were horrified at the thought of having to homeschool their kids again. The internet erupted with mums venting their fury as they geared up to juggle work with becoming a substitute teacher . But many women who don’t or can’t have children say they would have relished the chance to homeschool them, and were left feeling very frustrated. So do homeschooling mums need to suck it up and realise how lucky they are? Or do they have every right to complain ? Two writers give Anna Roberts their opposing views. NO says child-free Samantha Brick WRITER Samantha Brick, 49, originally from Birmingham, now lives in France with her carpenter husband Pascal, 59. She says: "When Boris made the latest doom-laden announcements, my first thought was, “Here we go again”. Not with lockdown, but with those mums groaning about having their precious little darlings at home with them. Instead of doing … [Read more...] about I’m sick of mums complaining about homeschooling – you chose to have kids & school wasn’t invented as a babysitter
One of the biggest markets worldwide, and, particularly, among Thai financial markets, is the Forex market. Globally, it has been really active for the last few years, and the daily transactions on this domain have increased to more than $5 trillion. Now, these are some astounding stats on Forex trading. One of the biggest markets worldwide, and, particularly, among Thai financial markets, is the Forex market. Globally, it has been really active for the last few years, and the daily transactions on this domain have increased to more than $5 trillion. Now, these are some astounding stats. The market has provided the financial institutions and banks a safe trading space. This ever-growing demand for obtaining foreign currencies contributes to this booming market. This is a lucrative option for the local currency traders and has a significant role in Forex. The Forex market stays open for 24 hours daily, Monday to Friday. With the growing use and application of technologies, … [Read more...] about Overview of the Thai Forex Market and its Passed Issues