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TIME TRAVEL: Man STUNS Australian radio hosts with SHOCKING pr...

A “TIME traveller” made headlines when he passed a lie detector test after claiming he was from the year 2030 but now he has stunned an Australian radio audience with baffling predictions, it has been revealed. Express UK, 1 month ago

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The Telegraph UK, 5 months ago

Smith demands centuries from Australia batsmen

IMAGE: Steve Smith in full flow during the Sydney Test, January 5, 2018, the day he crossed the 6,000 Test runs mark. No Australian has managed to score a century in the ongoing series against South Africa. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Australia captain Steve Smith has demanded his team’s batsmen lift their output and score centuries against South Africa in the wake of their humbling six-wicket loss in the second Test at Port Elizabeth.   Australia were restricted to 243 in the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Smith demands centuries from batsmen  Deccan Herald1 week ago

The Hindi-speaking Aussie who loves India

Charles 'Biharilal' Thomson, is an Australian who speaks fluent Hindi learnt on the streets, trains and buses of India's hinterland.Biharilal tells's Archana Masih how India has bewitched him. IMAGE: Biharilal Thomson with a sadhu at a yoga institute in Madhya Pradesh while travelling with his mother to see the Kumbh Mela in Ujjain. Photograph: Kind courtesy Charles Thomson/Facebook Biharilal Thomson is a white Australian who speaks Hindi better than many Indians. The first time he ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Australian head coach Darren Lehmann has no doubts about Test cricket's future

Responding strongly to England batting all-rounder Moeen Ali's fears about the future of Test cricket, Australia head coach Darren Lehmann asserted that the longest format of the game is still very much "alive". When quizzed whether he shares common views ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

T20 Tri-series: New Zealand Cricket backs Auckland's Eden Park for final against Australia

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) defended Eden Park on Tuesday amid criticism the Auckland venue is too small to host international fixtures such as the T20 tri-series final. The decider on Wednesday features New Zealand and Australia, who produced a run-fest at the ...
 DNA1 month ago NZ back Eden Park for final  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Closed roof for Australian Open final draws criticism

Absolutely ridiculous that the roof is closed for the Australian Open IMAGE: A fan of Roger Federer holds up a sign reading 'Roger - Forever Our No. 1' at the final between Roger Federer of Switzerland and Marin Cilic of Croatia. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images The Australian Open men's singles final between champion Roger Federer and sixth seed Marin Cilic got underway on Sunday with the roof closed at Rod Laver Arena on a scorching day, triggering a hailstorm of criticism from former ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

OFFTheShelf: Morning everyone

Rana Banerji Remembered as one of Australia’s greatest all rounders, despite a shorter career, Richie Benaud in his later years became the face of cricket commentary, the one who could make silent speak My father, a ‘double blue’ in football and cricket ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Woman stumbles on 133-year-old gin bottle with a message in Australia

While taking a walk on the beach, one can find pearls, gemstones, and rubbish, but one would not expect to find a 133-year-old gin bottle with a message tucked inside it. Well, it happened and it happened with a woman, who stumbled upon the bottle on ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Beach walk: woman stumbles on century-old gin bottle  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Bad boy Warner sheds his Reverand image as the Bull returns

'South Africa have found a little sweet spot with David Warner' IMAGE: A video grab of the heated exchange between David Warner and Quinton de Kock. Footage of David Warner being restrained by teammates in an off-field fracas with South Africa's Quinton de Kock has been viewed dimly in Australia, where former players have urged the vice-captain to rein in the raging 'Bull'. The opening batsman could face an ICC sanction for his part in the ugly stairwell incident at Kingsmead on Sunday which ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Indian student in team detecting light from first stars of universe

A team of astronomers, including an Indian graduate student Nivedita Mahesh from Arizona State University have discovered for the first time signals from 'cosmic dawn' -- the moment when the universe's earliest stars emerged, making a significant breakthrough ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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