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Around 600 people were evacuated from a village in Spain`s Costa del Sol as a wildfire threatened to engulf homes in the tourist hotspot, local authorities said.
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The search for Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 is yet to target the most likely crash site after being distracted by what are now believed to be bogus signals, British company Inmarsat claimed Tuesday.
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Telecom service provider Tata Docomo has entered into a partnership with New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) to offer Wi-Fi services from the first week of July in Connaught Place area of the national capital.
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It took them almost three months, but England finally notched their first win of their horrific Australian tour in the fourth one-day international against Australia at the WACA Ground Friday.
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Idris Elba will make a DJ appearance, marking his first gig since the whirlwind success of his latest movie `Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom`.
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The real-time Snickometer, which is the latest technology gizmo of cricket, may reportedly make a `surprise` late-entry into the game`s DRS in the winter Ashes series.
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The controversial decision-review technology known as Hot Spot has been dumped just weeks before Australia`s Ashes series against England, the Nine Network said on Thursday.
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BCCI interim chief Jagmohan Dalmiya today said the Board would discuss Warren Brennan`s observation on HotSpot technology at the ICC`s chief executive`s meeting on September 16 and 17.
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The inventors of cricket`s `Hotspot` technology have called for all protective covering to be removed from bats in order for the system to work properly.
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The inventor of the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) technology Hot Spot has reportedly struck and agreement with the ICC not to talk about it ahead of the fourth Ashes Test.
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The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has reportedly demanded an apology for a report claiming that players in the Ashes series have been attempting to `cheat the Hot Spot technology by covering their bats with silicon tape.
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Australian captain Michael Clarke had laughed off suggestions that players may have hoodwinked the Hot Spot in the Ashes by using silicon tape to cover the bats, saying that he would have known if his players were cheating.
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