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Black Caps crowned Test champions

(Photo by Nathan Stirk/ICC via Getty Images) WELLINGTON – New Zealand cricket fans hailed a “David and Goliath” win over India in the inaugural World Test Championship, praising Kane Williamson’s men for erasing the heartache of recent big-match failures. The Black Caps were also lauded for the manner in which ...

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Google delays plan to phase out browser-tracking ‘cookies’

SAN FRANCISCO – Google said it was delaying plans to phase out the use of browser “cookies” for its ad targeting after drawing complaints over its replacement for the technology. The phasing out of third-party cookies – bits of software that keep track of sites visited by users — will ...

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Pandemic fallout to be felt ‘for years’: UNODC

VIENNA – The coronavirus pandemic is pushing more people into drug use, while illicit cultivation could also get a boost, the UN said, warning that the crisis’s fallout was likely to be felt “for years to come”. The Vienna-based United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which each year ...

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Black Caps crowned Test champions

(Photo by Nathan Stirk/ICC via Getty Images) WELLINGTON – New Zealand cricket fans hailed a “David and Goliath” win over India in the inaugural World Test Championship, praising Kane Williamson’s men for erasing the heartache of recent big-match failures. The Black Caps were also lauded for the manner in which ...

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Google delays plan to phase out browser-tracking ‘cookies’

SAN FRANCISCO – Google said it was delaying plans to phase out the use of browser “cookies” for its ad targeting after drawing complaints over its replacement for the technology. The phasing out of third-party cookies – bits of software that keep track of sites visited by users — will ...

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Pandemic fallout to be felt ‘for years’: UNODC

VIENNA – The coronavirus pandemic is pushing more people into drug use, while illicit cultivation could also get a boost, the UN said, warning that the crisis’s fallout was likely to be felt “for years to come”. The Vienna-based United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which each year ...

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Black Caps crowned Test champions

(Photo by Nathan Stirk/ICC via Getty Images) WELLINGTON – New Zealand cricket fans hailed a “David and Goliath” win over India in the inaugural World Test Championship, praising Kane Williamson’s men for erasing the heartache of recent big-match failures. The Black Caps were also lauded for the manner in which ...

Read More »

Google delays plan to phase out browser-tracking ‘cookies’

SAN FRANCISCO – Google said it was delaying plans to phase out the use of browser “cookies” for its ad targeting after drawing complaints over its replacement for the technology. The phasing out of third-party cookies – bits of software that keep track of sites visited by users — will ...

Read More »

Pandemic fallout to be felt ‘for years’: UNODC

VIENNA – The coronavirus pandemic is pushing more people into drug use, while illicit cultivation could also get a boost, the UN said, warning that the crisis’s fallout was likely to be felt “for years to come”. The Vienna-based United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which each year ...

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Younis Khan quits Pakistan’s batting coach role

Getty Images LAHORE – Former captain Younis Khan has stepped down from the batting coach role of the Pakistan cricket team. Younis was appointed last year in November. Khan, who has had an unstable relationship with the PCB since his days as a professional cricket, stepped down from his role ...

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June, 2021

  • 24 June

    Black Caps crowned Test champions

    (Photo by Nathan Stirk/ICC via Getty Images) WELLINGTON – New Zealand cricket fans hailed a “David and Goliath” win over India in the inaugural World Test Championship, praising Kane Williamson’s men for erasing the heartache of recent big-match failures. The Black Caps were also lauded for the manner in which ...

    Read More »
  • 24 June

    Google delays plan to phase out browser-tracking ‘cookies’

    SAN FRANCISCO – Google said it was delaying plans to phase out the use of browser “cookies” for its ad targeting after drawing complaints over its replacement for the technology. The phasing out of third-party cookies – bits of software that keep track of sites visited by users — will ...

    Read More »
  • 24 June

    Pandemic fallout to be felt ‘for years’: UNODC

    VIENNA – The coronavirus pandemic is pushing more people into drug use, while illicit cultivation could also get a boost, the UN said, warning that the crisis’s fallout was likely to be felt “for years to come”. The Vienna-based United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), which each year ...

    Read More »
  • 22 June

    Younis Khan quits Pakistan’s batting coach role

    Getty Images LAHORE – Former captain Younis Khan has stepped down from the batting coach role of the Pakistan cricket team. Younis was appointed last year in November. Khan, who has had an unstable relationship with the PCB since his days as a professional cricket, stepped down from his role ...

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  • 22 June

    Pentagon signals slow pullout from Afghanistan

    (Photo by Joël SAGET / AFP / FILES) WASHINGTON: The US military could slow down its withdrawal from Afghanistan due to the gains made by the Taliban insurgents, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Monday. Kirby stressed that President Joe Biden´s deadline of a full withdrawal by September remains in place, ...

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  • 22 June

    EU antitrust regulators to investigate Google’s online ads business

    Alphabet unit Google has found itself in the EU antitrust spotlight again as regulators opened an investigation into its lucrative digital advertising business to examine whether it favours its own business over rivals, advertisers and online publishers. Google generated $147 billion in revenue from online ads last year, more than ...

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