The Tigers roar at last, after a host of soul-crushing defeats over the years. India have made them smell rare meat, made them salivate, only to deny them the goods in the end. Blood, sweat, tears, and possibly some lung damage: that’s been the cost of this landmark victory at the Kotla. There were early wickets, but overall, the partnership between the Sarkar (of Nidahas infamy) and Mushfiqur that laid the platform, before the skipper joined the latter at the crease to fittingly redeem the brainfreeze of Bangalore 2016 – not to mention, minus Tamim and Shakib. Here’s Soumya Sarkar, having a chat with Star Sports…
If you are using an iPhone 5, do not forget to update its software as Apple has warned that without an iOS update the device will not support App Store, iCloud, email, and web browsing from Sunday.
“Starting just before 12am UTC (4am UAE time) on November 3, 2019, iPhone 5 will require an iOS update to maintain accurate GPS location and to continue to use functions that rely on correct date and time, including App Store, iCloud, email, and web browsing,” the company said in a statement.
“This is due to the GPS time rollover issue that began affecting GPS-enabled products from other manufacturers on April 6, 2019. Affected Apple devices are not impacted until just before 12am UTC on November 3, 2019,” the company added.
The devices affected and needing updates are the iPhone 5 and the fourth-generation iPad with WiFi and Cellular needing to be updated to iOS 10.3.4.
“If the update to iPhone 5 is not completed by November 3, 2019, you will be required to back up and restore using a Mac or PC in order to update because over-the-air software updates and iCloud Backup will not work,” Apple said.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 4s, first-generation iPad mini Wi-Fi and Cellular, iPad 2 with Wi-Fi and CDMA Cellular, and the third-generation iPad with Wi-Fi and Cellular should be updated to iOS 9.3.6.
Source: Khaleej Times
At least four people were killed after a 6.6-magnitude earthquake struck the southern Philippines on Tuesday, just over a week since a strong tremor jolted the same area and left seven people dead.
The quake’s epicentre was located inland northeast of Tulunan town in Cotabato province, 972km (604 miles) south of Manila, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said.
Seismology experts said there were no threats of a tsunami.
A 15-year-old high-school student from Davao del Sur province was confirmed dead after being hit by a hollow blocks during the quake, the public information office of Magsaysay town in the province was quoted by news reports as saying.
CNN Philippines is also reporting that a 66-year-old man died in Koronadal City, South Cotabato after sustaining head injuries during the incident.
A father and his child was also killed in the town of Arakan, Cotabato, according to ABS-CBN News.
A Manila-based radio station also reported that several children in Tulunan were injured when their school collapsed.
The quake was initially reported as magnitude 6.8 but was later downgraded to 6.6.
Source : ALJAZEERA