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Gen Alpha tweens who spoke with Business Insider are unconvinced that fear of aging is behind their new obsession. Related VideoGen Alpha's spending powerBy all accounts, Gen Alpha is going to be a mighty generation of big spenders. But Gen Alpha skincare enthusiasts are taking their newfound habit seriously. The survey of nearly 3,000 respondents included 537 US-based 13- to 17-year-olds who were asked about antiaging, skincare, and beauty. Where influences lieIt may be that Gen Alpha kids are learning from their parents as children of millennials and Gen Zers.
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Roche Diabetes Care Inc. Accu-Chek brand glucose test strips are arranged for a photograph in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., on Thursday, April 4, 2019. Roche , one of the world's largest biotech companies, said "dangerous counterfeits" of its diabetes medical devices ended up for sale on Amazon to be bought by patients throughout the United States. "Patients know that Roche's Accu-Chek medical devices are safe, sterile and accurate," the complaint said. After the suit was filed, a judge granted Roche's request for a temporary restraining order to stop the defendants from selling the counterfeit products. The complaint was filed on behalf of Roche Diabetes Care Inc., Roche Diabetes Care GmbH and Hoffmann-La Roche Inc, by attorneys with the New York-based law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler.
Persons: Roche, Patterson Belknap Webb, Tyler, Dileep Kumar Yadav, Abhishek Jain, Ratnakar Sharma, Atikur Rahman Organizations: Roche Diabetes Care Inc, Amazon, CNBC, Roche Diabetes Care GmbH, Hoffmann, Roche Inc, New, JMD Enterprises, JMD, JMD International Locations: Brooklyn, New York, U.S, United States, India, New York City
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 09: Virat Kohli and Mohammed Siraj of India celebrates following the team's victory in the ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup West Indies & USA 2024 match between India and Pakistan at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium on June 09, 2024 in New York, New York. (Photo by Alex Davidson-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)India dealt a cruel blow to rivals Pakistan's T20 World Cup hopes with a thrilling six-run victory in New York. However, the Pakistan batting attack fell apart under the pressure and from 72-2 were reduced to 88-5 themselves, unable to find big boundaries in the final overs to seal a big win. In Group A, India now sit top of the table, with USA in second. Pakistan are now in fourth and are yet to pick up a win.
Persons: Virat Kohli, Mohammed Siraj, Alex Davidson, Jasprit, Pandya, Bumrah, Mohammad Rizwan, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Amir, Babar Azam, Suryakumar Yadav, Usman Khan Organizations: NEW, ICC, West Indies, Nassau County International Cricket, Getty Images, Pakistan, USA Locations: India, Pakistan, New York , New York, New York
Combination showing Former FTX CEO, Sam Bankman-Fried (L) and Zhao Changpeng (R), founder and chief executive officer of Binance. A month earlier, on the opposite coast in downtown Manhattan, FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried received a 25-year prison sentence for his crimes. At the beginning of his trial, SBF sported a fresh haircut and wore suits, but by its end, his curls were wild again. Cryptocurrency exchange Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao speaks at a Binance fifth anniversary event in Paris, France, July 8, 2022. watch nowMoney makes all the differenceUnlike SBF, CZ didn't have his wealth wiped out by bankruptcy of the crypto company he founded.
Persons: Sam Bankman, Zhao Changpeng, Mike Segar, Benjamin Girette, Changpeng Zhao, FTX's Sam Bankman, Fried, Zhao, Binance's Zhao, FTX's, Toyotas, Braden Perry, Perry, Manfred, SBF, Michael Lewis, Lewis, Sam didn't, Amr Alfiky, Sam, Caroline Ellison, , Zhao's, Yi He, Binance, David Ryder, Yang, Rachel Zhao, Yesha Yadav, Yadav, Mark Bini, Lewis Kaplan, Bankman, Kaplan, perjured, Neama Rahmani, Rahmani, Tre Lovell, Zhao hasn't, Lovell, weren't, FTX Organizations: Reuters, Bloomberg, Getty, Department of Justice, CFTC, Stanford University's, Bankman, CZ, Staff, Reuters Prosecutors, Alameda Research, Vanderbilt University, Wall Street, CNBC, FTX, Emergency Economic, Justice Department, DOJ Locations: Seattle, Manhattan, California, Hong Kong, Bahamas, Palo Alto, U.S, New York City, Alameda, Seattle , Washington, Paris, France, Angeles, Binance, Dubai, Delaware
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao speaks at a Binance fifth anniversary event in Paris, France, July 8, 2022. Former federal prosecutor Neama Rahmani agrees, adding that Zhao's personal wealth won't be affected by his sentence. That's a different siutation from Sam Bankman-Fried, the controversial ex-CEO and founder of crypto exchange FTX. Bankman-Fried received a 25-year prison term for crimes connected to the operation of his crypto exchange. "Negative long-term impact on Binance will diminish the value of CZ's investment in the crypto exchange," said Yadav.
Persons: Changpeng Zhao, Reuters Changpeng Zhao, Zhao, Gabriel Abed, Richard Jones, Tre Lovell, Neama Rahmani, David Ryder, Binance, Braden Perry, Sam Bankman, Joshua de Vos, de Vos, Fried, Yesha Yadav, That's, Forbes, he's, Lucas Kiely, Kiely —, , Yadav, it's Organizations: Staff, Reuters, CNBC, U.S, U.S . Department of Justice, District, Toyota, Bloomberg, Getty, Bank, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Vanderbilt University, Department, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC Locations: Paris, France, Seattle, Zhao, Binance, Los Angeles, Seattle , Washington, Dubai, U.S, bitcoin, Iran
Narinder Nanu | AFP | Getty ImagesNEW DELHI — Farmers in India's Punjab state are raising the pitch of their ongoing protests, as the second phase of India's general elections starts Friday. Thousands of farmers continue to drum up support for their demands, foremost being a legal guarantee for minimum support prices for their produce. A Lokniti-CSDS survey earlier this month showed 59% of the respondents found the farmers' demands "genuine," while 16% deemed the protests a "conspiracy" against the government. CNBC did not immediately receive a response from India's Agriculture Ministry on queries pertaining to the farmers' demands. What India's farmers want
Persons: Narinder Nanu, Narendra Modi, Modi, Yogendra Yadav, Sanjay Kumar, Modi's, Kumar, it's, Jagjit Singh, Ayyakannu, Dallewal Organizations: AFP, Getty, DELHI — Farmers, Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, Modi's BJP, CNBC, India's Agriculture, Tamil Nadu, Morcha Locations: Amritsar, DELHI, India's Punjab, Punjab, Khanauri, Haryana, India, New Delhi, Delhi, Tamil, Varanasi, Tamil Nadu, Varansai, Uttar Pradesh, Samyukta
NEW YORK, US - JANUARY 03: Sam Bankman-Fried leaves the court in New York, on January 03, 2023. The victim, who wrote that 30 years worth of savings had been deposited into FTX three months before the exchange collapsed, is part of a last-minute push by prosecutors to sway Judge Kaplan ahead of the sentencing. For months, Judge Kaplan has been weighing the appropriate punishment for Bankman-Fried's crimes related to the implosion of his $32 billion crypto empire. Damaging testimonyBankman-Fried was convicted of wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud against FTX customers and against lenders to sister hedge fund Alameda Research, as well as conspiracy to commit securities fraud and conspiracy to commit commodities fraud against FTX investors, and conspiracy to commit money laundering. The defense team has argued that Bankman-Fried's sentence should reflect the potential that FTX customers will be paid back in part or in full.
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Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried arrives for a bail hearing at Manhattan Federal Court on August 11, 2023 in New York City. Michael M. Santiago | Getty ImagesHeather Ferguson's son lost approximately $130,000 in cash when crypto exchange FTX went bankrupt in November 2022. Ferguson's letter is part of an eleventh hour push by the defense to appeal to Kaplan's sense of leniency as the judge gears up for Bankman-Fried's sentencing hearing on Thursday. Bankman-Fried's psychiatrist, George Lerner, told Judge Lewis Kaplan in a letter in August that the former FTX CEO has a history of depression and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Without his medication, Lerner warned the judge, "Bankman-Fried will experience a return of his depression and ADHD symptoms and will be severely negatively impacted in his ability to assist in his own defense."
Persons: Sam Bankman, Fried, Michael M, Heather Ferguson's, Ferguson, District Judge Lewis Kaplan, Yesha Yadav, Dean, Kaplan, George Lerner, Lewis Kaplan, Lerner, Maria Centrella, Asperger's, Judge Kaplan, Michael Lewis's, Sam I, , Centrella, Joe, Sam, Matt Kelly, Kelly Organizations: Manhattan Federal Court, Santiago, Getty, District, Alameda Research, Vanderbilt University, CNBC, Bankman, Autism, MIT Locations: New York City, Manhattan
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCrypto exchanges will be 'on notice' after Binance settlement: Vanderbilt Law Professor Yesha YadavProfessor Yesha Yadav of Vanderbilt Law School discusses crypto regulation and what's next for the industry following Binance's historic settlement with U.S. government officials.
Persons: Yesha Yadav Organizations: Vanderbilt, Vanderbilt Law School
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBitcoin briefly crosses $38,000 mark despite more fallout from Binance charges: CNBC Crypto WorldCNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, Professor Yesha Yadav of Vanderbilt University Law School discusses crypto regulation and what's next for the industry following Binance's historic settlement with U.S. government officials.
Persons: explainers, Yesha Yadav Organizations: CNBC Crypto, CNBC, Vanderbilt University Law School
Industry insiders are cheering the end of a "CZ"-led Binance as a necessary move for crypto going forward. Some say it was perhaps even critical for what could be the next big step for the industry: the approval of a bitcoin ETF. Having this settlement behind us could be the final big, big step needed for this ETF." The crypto industry has long sought the creation of a bitcoin ETF (efforts to launch one go back at least a decade). "Binance is globally the major liquidity pool for crypto trading despite losing market share this year," she said.
Persons: Zhao, Binance, , Franklin Templeton, Michael Rinko, Sam Bankman, Fried, Rinko, Sam Callahan, Callahan, Yesha Yadav Organizations: Industry, Department of Justice, , Fidelity, Delphi, Securities, Exchange Commission, Binance, CZ, DOJ, Futures Trading Commission, Treasury Department, BlackRock, Invesco, Ark, Vanderbilt University Law School Locations: BlackRock
The treasury department says the company enabled transactions from Hamas, the Islamic State, and Al Qaeda. The treasury department said Binance failed to report over 100,000 suspicious transactions involving terrorist groups, ransomware, child sexual exploitation material, and scams. Lim had been told about "HAMAS transactions," and responded by saying that terrorists often send "small sums" of money because "large sums constitute money laundering," the CFTC complaint said. Advertisement"I HAZ NO CONFIDENCE IN OUR GEOFENCING," Lim was told by a Binance employee, who was tasked with reporting money laundering, the complaint said. The justice department opened an investigation into Binance's compliance with anti money laundering law in 2018.
Persons: Binance, , Samuel Lim, Lim, Zhao, Merrick Garland, Richard Teng —, Binanace, Yesha Yadav Organizations: Service, Zhao, Brigades, Hamas, Islamic, Futures Trading, AK, New York Times, Vanderbilt University, Reuters, Futures Trading Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission Locations: Islamic State, Al Qaeda, Iraq, Syria
The plea deals end a years-long investigation into the crypto exchange. Binance holds around $2.8 billion worth of BNB tokens, according to Nansen. Binance remains the world's largest crypto exchange globally, processing billions of dollars in trading volume every year. "This, combined with the likely imminent approval of an ETF based on bitcoin quotes, could positively impact the crypto market in the long term," said Drozdz. Binance has agreed to forfeit $2.5 billion to the government and to pay a fine of $1.8 billion.
Persons: Binance's, Changpeng Zhao, Ben Mcshane, Sportsfile, Nansen, Binance, Grzegorz Drozdz, Bitcoin, Drozdz, Zhao, Yesha Yadav, Milton R, Underwood, General Merrick Garland, Garland, Richard Teng, Teng, Janet Yellen, Al, Yellen Organizations: Getty, Department of Justice, ., SEC, Conotoxia, CNBC, DOJ, Vanderbilt University, Justice Department, U.S, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Binance, Futures Trading Commission, Treasury Department, The Securities, Exchange Commission, ISIS Locations: Lisbon, Portugal, Binance, Nansen, U.S, Abu Dhabi
Not only is Binance the world’s biggest crypto exchange, it is orders of magnitude larger than its rivals. Up until recently, Binance boasted nearly 60% of the market share for crypto spot trading. The Seychelles-based OKX is second in market share at 5.44% and the US exchange Coinbase is third at 5.37%, according to crypto news site CoinDesk. Today, Binance takes responsibility for this past chapter.”It’s a common refrain among crypto firms who find themselves under scrutiny. “What this plea deal does is give Binance as a chance to live another day,” Yadav said.
Persons: Changpeng Zhao —, Binance, Zhao, , ” Zhao, FTX, “ Binance, , Robert Le, Yesha Yadav, ” Yadav Organizations: New, New York CNN, Justice Department, Binance Holdings, Bloomberg, Getty, CZ, PitchBook, Investors, Vanderbilt University, Binance Locations: New York, Binance, Seychelles
CNN —For host nation India, this Cricket World Cup has been laden with layers of expectation, pressure and history from the very start. And their tournament will come full circle on Sunday when it faces Australia in the final, 45 days after they played each other in the tournament’s opening game. Rohit Sharma and India are unbeaten so far in this tournament. (India) have been the best in the tournament so far,” Australia’s Mitchell Starc said ahead of the final, according to Reuters. Fans in India will be able to watch on Star Sports Network while those in Australia can tune in to Fox Sports and Kayo.
Persons: Rohit Sharma, Robert Cianflone, ” Australia’s Mitchell Starc, Narendra Modi, Pat Cummins, “ You’ve, , Rahul Dravid, Kuldeep Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar’s, Glenn Maxwell’s Organizations: CNN, Reuters, ” Cricket, , ICC, New Zealand, ESPN, Star Sports Network, Fox Sports Locations: India, Australia, South Africa, Indian, Ahmedabad, ” Australia, Afghanistan, USA
[1/13] Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 - Semi-Final - India v New Zealand - Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India - November 15, 2023 India's Virat Kohli celebrates after reaching his 50th century, breaking Sachin Tendulkar's record of most number of ODI centuries REUTERS/Adnan Abidi Acquire Licensing RightsMUMBAI, Nov 15 (Reuters) - India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bat in the first World Cup semi-final against New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday. The venue, where India won their last 50-overs World Cup title, has hosted four day-night contests so far at this tournament with three of those being won by the team batting first. Australia were the only team to win batting second at the ground after Glenn Maxwell hit an unbeaten double hundred. For Wednesday's contest, both India and New Zealand were unchanged from their previous match. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said he would have batted first as well.
Persons: India's Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar's, Adnan Abidi, Rohit Sharma, Glenn Maxwell, we've, Sharma, I've, Kane Williamson, Williamson, they've, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Devon Conway, Rachin Ravindra, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Mitch Santner, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Sudipto Ganguly, Peter Rutherford Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, New Zealand, Wankhede, Rights, India, Black, KL Rahul, Thomson Locations: India, New, Mumbai, Rights MUMBAI, Australia, New Zealand, Dharamsala . New Zealand, South Africa, Eden, Ahmedabad, Zealand
India's Kuldeep expects tough semi-final for bowlers in Mumbai
  + stars: | 2023-11-13 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
BENGALURU, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Indian spinner Kuldeep Yadav expects the bowlers to have a tough time at Mumbai's batsman-friendly Wankhede Stadium when the hosts take on New Zealand in their World Cup semi-final on Wednesday. Unlike in Twenty20, the bowlers have plenty of time to come back into the game," Kuldeep told reporters on Sunday after India beat the Netherlands. "But yes, you need a couple of early wickets to get on top of the game and the opponents." "Our preparation has been good and we've been able to play good cricket throughout the tournament. Kuldeep has claimed 14 wickets during India's run of nine straight victories at the tournament.
Persons: Kuldeep Yadav, Glenn Maxwell, Kuldeep, We've, we've, Shrivathsa Sridhar, Ed Osmond Organizations: New Zealand, England, Bangladesh, Sri, Afghanistan, India, Thomson Locations: BENGALURU, New, Africa, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Netherlands, Zealand, Bengaluru
David Dee Delgado | ReutersIn Sam Bankman-Fried's fraud trial, prosecutors won quickly by keeping it simple. "While the cryptocurrency industry might be new and the players like Sam Bankman-Fried might be new, this kind of corruption is as old as time," Williams said. Sam Bankman-Fried's parents, seated to the left, react to the verdict. "Sam Bankman-Fried will be remembered as one of the biggest fraudsters of our lifetimes," Mariotti said. WATCH: Sam Bankman-Fried found guilty on all seven counts
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New York CNN —It took just under a year for Sam Bankman-Fried to go from crypto wunderkind to convicted felon. When Bankman-Fried’s crypto empire collapsed last November, it sent the fledgling industry back years. For the crypto faithful who are still standing and striving, the trial couldn’t be over soon enough. “A lot of folks in the crypto industry are delighted,” said Yesha Yadav, a law professor and associate dean at Vanderbilt University. “There’s definitely an element of ‘ding-dong the witch is dead,’” said Eric Soufer, a political adviser to major crypto companies, referring to Bankman-Fried’s conviction.
Persons: Sam Bankman, Fried, , Bobby Zagotta, “ SBF, Yesha Yadav, , FTX, they’ll, Bernie Madoff, Elizabeth Holmes, Gary Gensler, “ There’s, ’ ”, Eric Soufer Organizations: New, New York CNN, Vanderbilt University, BlackRock, Fidelity, Justice Department, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC Locations: New York, European
Because spillover risk is concentrated in lower income countries in the tropical south, the cost of preventing another pandemic falls squarely on nations that can least afford it. To that end, federal and state officials say they are talking about ways to protect bat habitats in areas where spillover risk is high. Investigators still don’t know precisely how the virus jumped from bats to people in each of the four Kerala outbreaks dating back to 2018. BAT MAGNETS: Bananas and areca nuts grow on land that was home to the first patient who died in a recent Nipah outbreak in Kerala, India. The state would need to act to protect trees and bat roosts, they said.
Persons: Subrat Mohapatra, ” Mohapatra, coronaviruses, Bhupender Yadav, Veena George, , Nigel Sizer, Biden, Sizer, Pamela Hamamoto, Muhammad Ali, Pinarayi Vijayan, Sreehari Raman, “ I've, ” Raman, Kerala Agricultural University Dean P.O, Nameer, Sajith Kizhakkayil, , ” Vijayan, Unni Vengeri, Francisco Pérez, Sreekanth Sivadasan, Rupam Jain, Deborah J, Nelson, Ryan McNeill, Allison Martell, Sam Hart, Simon Newman, Janet Roberts, Feilding Organizations: World Health Organization, Reuters, WHO, Bank, Fund, European, European Union, BAT, Kerala Agricultural University, Research, United, Coalition, European Commission Locations: INDIA, India’s Kerala, India’s, Asia, Kerala, Kozhikode, Geneva, U.S, European, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, United Nations, Maruthonkara, Changaroth, Kerala’s midland, Berlin
Rohit Sharma saved India's blushes with a captain's knock of 87 in what initially appeared a below-par total of 229-9 on a tricky surface at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow. Put into bat, the hosts slumped to 40-3 in the 12th over before Rohit forged a 91-run partnership with KL Rahul (39) to arrest their slide. Suryakumar Yadav contributed a breezy 49 down the order and India's tailenders scored some useful runs towards the end to take them past the 225-mark. England were reduced to 52-5 inside 16 overs in a remarkable batting capitulation and were eventually bundled out for 129 in inside 35 overs with Mohammed Shami claiming 4-22 for India. Writing by Amlan Chakraborty in New Delhi; editing by Pritha SarkarOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Bharat Ratna, Atal Bihari, India's Mohammed Shami, England's Moeen Ali, Adnan Abidi, Rohit Sharma, India's, Rohit, Suryakumar Yadav, India's tailenders, Mohammed Shami, Liam Livingstone's, Amlan Chakraborty, Pritha Sarkar Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket, KL Rahul REUTERS, England, KL, Thomson Locations: India, England, Lucknow, LUCKNOW, New Delhi
New Zealand in good head-space after Dalai Lama visit
  + stars: | 2023-10-25 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
New Zealand have the luxury of back-to-back games in the former British hill station where they face a resurgent Australia on Saturday. With the town also the base of the Tibetan government-in-exile, New Zealand players jumped at the chance to meet the organisation's spiritual leader. "This morning most of the group went to meet the Dalai Lama in person at his residence which was amazing," said batsman Will Young. "The boys have had a good chance to obviously get stuck into the cricket but also have a bit of down-time as well." With a 4-1 record midway through the group phase, 2019 runners-up New Zealand are sitting pretty at third in the standings.
Persons: Tom Latham, India's Suryakumar Yadav, Trent Boult, Adnan Abidi, Dalai, Tom Latham's, Lama, Will Young, Kane Williamson, Williamson, Young raved, Ian Ransom, Shri Navaratnam Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association, British, New Zealand, Thomson Locations: India, New Zealand, Himachal, Dharamsala, Australia, Chennai, New, Zealand, Melbourne
India ask NZ to bat first in a clash of unbeaten sides
  + stars: | 2023-10-22 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Twice champions India left out an injured Hardik Pandya and fellow all-rounder Shardul Thakur bringing in batter Suryakumar Yadav and seamer Mohammed Shami. Rohit said India relished chasing on a track, where dew could make bowling difficult in the second innings. "In training yesterday we thought dew came in early," Rohit said. New Zealand, who are without regular skipper Kane Williamson, fielded the same team that beat Afghanistan in their previous match. "We would've bowled first as well due to the dew," stand-in skipper Tom Latham said.
Persons: Daryl Mitchell, Adnan Abidi, Rohit Sharma, Hardik Pandya, Shardul Thakur, Suryakumar Yadav, seamer Mohammed Shami, Rohit, India, Kane Williamson, Tom Latham, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Siraj, Jasprit, Devon Conway, Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Amlan Chakraborty, Sonali Paul Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association, New Zealand, India, KL Rahul, Thomson Locations: India, New Zealand, Himachal, Dharamsala, Afghanistan, Jasprit Bumrah, Zealand, New Delhi
Soured political relations between the Asian neighbours has further complicated the issue and the Pakistan Cricket Board has asked the governing International Cricket Council (ICC) to sort out visa delays for their fans and media travelling to India. "It didn't seem like an ICC event to be brutally honest," the former Australia coach said after Pakistan's seven-wicket loss. "I didn't hear 'Dil Dil Pakistan' coming through the microphones too often tonight," he said referring to the unofficial anthem for the country. Asked if it was right for a World Cup, Arthur said: "Look, I don't think I can comment on that just yet. Reporting by Amlan Chakraborty in Ahmedabad; editing by Toby DavisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Narendra Modi, Pakistan's Saud Shakeel, India's Kuldeep Yadav, Amit Dave, Mickey Arthur, Arthur, I'm, Arthur said, Amlan Chakraborty, Toby Davis Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, DRS, Rights, Narendra, Pakistan Cricket Board, International Cricket Council, ICC, BCCI, Thomson Locations: India, Pakistan, Ahmedabad, Rights AHMEDABAD, Australia
[1/9] Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 - India v Afghanistan - Arun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi, India - October 11, 2023 India's Rohit Sharma in action as he hits four runs REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis Acquire Licensing RightsNEW DELHI, Oct 11 (Reuters) - World Cup hosts India cantered to their second successive win of the tournament after captain Rohit Sharma's incendiary century set up their eight-wicket thrashing of Afghanistan on Wednesday. Electing to bat, Afghanistan were 63-3 in the 14th over before skipper Hashmatullah Shahidi (80) and Azmatullah Omarzai (62) combined in a 121-run stand to frustrate India. Rohit became the first batter to smash five hundreds in a single World Cup in the tournament's previous edition in England and Wales four years ago. Rohit treated Rashid with disdain, hitting him for back-to-back fours and following it with a six, but the spinner eventually had his revenge. Rohit lost his stumps to Rashid attempting a slog-sweep but Kohli stayed put to guide India home.
Persons: Arun Jaitley, India's Rohit Sharma, Anushree, India cantered, Rohit, Virat Kohli, Hashmatullah Shahidi, Azmatullah Omarzai, Hashmatullah, Jasprit Bumrah, Ibrahim Zadran, Mohammed Siraj, Bumrah, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Rahmat Shah, Omarzai, Pandya, Kuldeep Yadav, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Rashid, Ishan Kishan, Kohli, Amlan Chakraborty, Christian Radnedge, Ed Osmond Organizations: Cricket, ICC Cricket, India, Arun, India's, Wales, Thomson Locations: India, Afghanistan, New Delhi, DELHI, Saturday's, Pakistan, Ahmedabad, England
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