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Innings defeat for England, Jadeja bags seven, India wins seri...

It was a familiar English collapse. Poor shot selection and judicious bowling by the Indians, especially by left arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja, who returned with seven wickets, helped the home team defeat the visitors by an innings and 75 runs, to win ... NetIndia123.com, 3 weeks ago

India vs England: Joe Root credits his hundred to positive footwork, sweep shot

Sure footwork and judicious use of the sweep shots were the key factors in him getting a hundred said England batsman Joe Root after Day 1 of the Rajkot Test. The post India vs England: Joe Root credits his hundred to positive footwork, sweep shot appeared ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Rajkot Test: Centurion Joe Root terms 'positive footwork' as key to success  One India2 months ago Positive footwork was the key: Root  Deccan Herald2 months ago

High Court orders judicial review of NHS England's refusal to fund life-changing treatment for six-year old boy

Latest decision to refuse funding delivered to family days before Christmas A six-year-old boy has been granted permission for a judicial review to challenge NHS England's decision to refuse him funding for a potentially life-changing treatment.
 Hodge Jones & Allen1 week ago High Court judge refuses judicial review over council merger decision  Public Law Today1 week ago China's top judge warns courts on judicial independence  Metro.us1 day ago NPA applies to High Court for Judicial Review  British Pharmaceutical Students' Association4 weeks ago
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HIV services: collaboration in a time of fragmentation

Over the summer, a judicial review ruled that NHS England has the legal power to fund the use of anti-retroviral drugs (pre-exposure prophylaxis or PrEP) for HIV prevention as well as for treatment. This issue brought into focus the fact that, ...
 King's Fund1 month ago

Todd Bowles Won't Commit To Ryan Fitzpatrick After Loss To Patriots

Ryan Fitzpatrick's tenure as the Jets quarterback may officially be at its end. Following a loss to the New England Patriots at home, 22-17, Bowles spoke to the media. When asked to give his assessment about whether or not Fitzpatrick would start ...
 Inquisitr1 month ago

Public Leaders Network Online justice: why courts should explore emerging digital possibilities

Could courtrooms soon be a thing of the past? We look at countries leading the way in digitising the judiciary People in all societies have disputes. In advanced legal systems the dominant approach to resolving them has been to instruct lawyers and ...
 The Guardian6 hours ago
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Enjoying the ride

From the section England Image copyright Lindsey Farquhar Image caption "I try to complete drawings and paintings from start to finish on the train," said Lindsey Farquhar The average UK commuter spends nearly an hour a day travelling - and 3.7 ...
 BBC13 hours ago NI gay blood legal battle now 'academic'  BBC1 month ago Gay blood legal battle now 'academic'  BBC1 month ago
Yahoo! India

Shahbaz Nadeem could earn a surprise inclusion into the Indian squad for the England series

What's the story? Jharkhand bowler Shahbaz Nadeem is in fray for selection into the Indian national team, after he's had another bumper season with the ball. Nadeem who was the highest wicket-taker in the previous season tops the bowling chart ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago

The Supreme Court has merely enforced what it had already stated on July 18

The writing was on the wall for over six months now. Continuous defiance of a judicial order had started to raise uncomfortable questions. How could the BCCI get away with not implementing a Supreme Court order? How could insolence of this nature ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Moeen, Root win the day for England

CHENNAI Moeen Ali's fifth Test century steered England past a shaky start and moved them to a solid 284 for 4 at the end of day one in Chennai. Moeen added 146 for the third wicket with Joe Root to rescue England after they had slumped to 21 for ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago UPDATE 2-Cricket-Moeen's unbeaten ton lifts England in Chennai test  Reuters UK1 month ago
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