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Commentary panel for the third edition of PSL revealed

A glittering commentary panel has been revealed for the most awaited cricket event Pakistan Super League for its third edition starting from 22 February. The big names for the commentary panel include Ramiz Raja, Danny Morrison, Alan Wilkins and Bazid Khan would be joined by Australian stars Michael Slater and Damien Fleming while former West Indian Test opener Daren Ganga would also be making his PSL commentating debut. Read More: PSL teams announce remaining picks for 2018 season Slater and Fleming were mainstays of…

Bipartisan Harvard panel recommends hacking safeguards for elections

SAN FRANCISCO: A bipartisan Harvard University project aimed at protecting elections from hacking and propaganda will release its first set of recommendations today on how US elections can be defended from hacking attacks. The 27-page guidebook shown to Reuters ahead of publication calls for campaign leaders to emphasize security from the start and insist on practices such as two-factor authentication for access to email and documents and fully encrypted messaging via services including Signal and Wickr. Read More:…

Panel falls from aircraft, smashes into car in Japan

TOKYO: A panel weighing 4.3 kilograms fell from a plane shortly after take-off from a Japanese airport and smashed the window of a car being driven below, news reports and the airline said on Sunday. No one was injured but aviation authorities will send safety inspectors to the western city of Osaka to investigate, said national broadcaster NHK. The piece fell on the vehicle shortly after the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 777 with 321 passengers on board took off from Kansai International Airport bound for Amsterdam on…

FIFA sets up human rights panel in response to criticism

ZURICH: World soccer's ruling body FIFA, stung by criticism that it overlooks human rights in countries staging its tournaments, has set up an advisory panel to address the issue. South Africa and Brazil, which hosted the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, were criticized over alleged human rights violations while there are also concerns about Russia and Qatar which are staging the next two global showpiece tournaments. In particular, the plight of migrants in 2022 hosts Qatar has alarmed human rights and labor organizations.…