The anti-corruption unit of the International Cricket Council (ICC) warned two Pakistan players not to wear smart watches which can help in communication through WhatsApp during the Lord’s Test on Thursday. These watches are strictly prohibited by the ICC’s playing regulations and needed to be disabled so that they are not helpful in communication. The Cricinfo website quoted an ICC spokesman saying, “Apple watches in any way connected to a phone/WiFi or in any way capable of receiving communications such as messages,…
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Arguments over whether women should be allowed to wear trousers are supposed to be a relic of the 20th century, but even in 2015, the battle for sexual equality rages on, notably at the University of Cambridge, where ladies must still wear skirts if they are to eat in college dining halls.
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