Live Report - India vs England, 4th Test, Ahmedabad, 3rd day

Join us for updates, analysis and colour from the third day of the fourth Test
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No reason Steven Smith shouldn't captain Australia - Usman Khawaja

'He's our number one batsman, he's done it before, he's paid for his mistakes'
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Spin depth leaves Australia well-placed to complete series comeback

New Zealand may have to call on their part-time bowlers as they look to hit back from two heavy defeats
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UTLA members ‘overwhelmingly’ vote to refuse to return to in-person work until all conditions met

Los Angeles Unified teachers and other school employees represented by the local teachers union drew a line in the sand this week by voting overwhelmingly to refuse to return for in-person work if officials make it mandatory before all three conditions the union has asked for to ensure schools reopen safely are met, the union announced Friday, March 5. Out of about 35,000 teachers, counselors, librarians, school nurses and other certificated staff represented by United Teachers Los Angeles, 24,5...
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Dolphins Hire Steve Gregory as Coaching Assistant

Per Field Yates of ESPN, the Miami Dolphins have hired former NFL safety and secondary coach Steve Gregory as a coaching assistant. In 2020 Gregory was the Lions secondary coach. Gregory spent 3 seasons in Detroit as a coach, 2 as a defensi
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Wanindu Hasaranga the star as Sri Lanka spinners rout West Indies

Earlier, Danushka Gunathilaka and Pathum Nissanka helped the visitors put up a competitive total
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Natsumi Amemiya Ero-Figure Celebrates Victory With a First Place Spread

Artist Kekemotsu has a new figure on the horizon as their original character Natsumi Amemiya is taking a physical form, certain to attract attention as the swim club member can be seen basking in her victory by spreading herself wide open on the podium – the shameless swimmer girl can copulate with buyers in January. […]
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Rep. Cárdenas visits Panorama City coronavirus vaccine site

Congressman Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) speaks outside a CVS vaccination site in Panorama City after meeting with healthcare workers to discuss their support needs and to get an update on vaccination progress. Cárdenas highlighted how the American Rescue Plan will get shots in arms with a coordinated, nationwide vaccine program. (photo by Andy Holzman) Congressman Tony Cárdenas (CA-29) speaks outside a CVS vaccination site in Panorama City after meeting with healthcare workers to discuss their sup...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County reported 2,110 new cases, 144 new deaths and 60 fewer hospitalizations as of March 5

Los Angeles public health officials reported 2,110 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases to 1,200,120 as of Friday, March 5. Officials said there were 144 new deaths linked to the coronavirus, for a total 21,910 deaths since tracking began. According to official counts, there were 1,341 hospitalizations as of Friday. That’s a 83.4% decrease from the Jan. 7 high of 8,098 people hospitalized. A total of 2,420,130 vaccinations have been administered in the county as of Fr...
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Surge in anti-Asian hate crimes raises fears in Southern California

For several weeks last April, Garden Grove resident Linda Nguyen didn’t leave her home. She worked remotely. She ordered her groceries and food online. She didn’t take walks in the neighborhood. What Nguyen says “paralyzed” her was not the coronavirus. It was the fear that she, like many other Asian Americans, would be physically attacked by someone who might mistakenly blame her for the pandemic. “The fear that someone would physically hurt me was very real,” she said. Linda Nguyen, who has ...
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Plaintiffs in LA homelessness suit signal plans for preliminary injunction

The plaintiffs in a lawsuit seeking to force the city and county of Los Angeles to quickly deal with the homelessness crisis have filed a notice of intent with the court for a preliminary injunction, which would require thousands of beds in the coming months to be opened for indigent people, according to court papers obtained today. It is a first step toward placing the city and county into a court-supervised receivership in the matter, according to the L.A. Alliance for Human Rights, a coalitio...
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Videos- You Make The Call, Tom Wilson Hit On Brandon Carlo

Carlo won't return and no penalty on the hit.     Then later in the game... Continue reading "Videos- You Make The Call, Tom Wilson Hit On Brandon Carlo"
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Man City face Man Utd test on march towards history

London (AFP) – Manchester City have history in their sights as the runaway leaders bid to take a huge step towards the Premier League title in Sunday’s showdown with fading challengers Manchester United. City are... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Must Read: More Than a Body

If you are a female, read this book.If you are a male, read this book to know what the females in your life are dealing with. If you are neither, read this book anyway. If you have a book club, make this your pick.If you want to read a book on your own, get this […]
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Will new COVID-19 vaccine rollout bypass hardest-hit communities served by health clinics?

Long lines of people wait to get their COVID-19 vaccine at a drive-thru event at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson in February. (Photo by Brittany Murray, Press-Telegram/SCNG) This war-time mobilization can inspire awe: Giant sports stadiums transformed into massive COVID-19 vaccination sites. Cars snaking along city streets for miles. Uniformed military troops wielding computer tablets to check patients in for computer-generated appointments. But not everyone has a car. Or a computer. Or t...
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‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Will Feature Lola Bunny Hanging Out With the Amazons from ‘Wonder Woman’

A day after a horde of Twitter users completely lost their minds talking about the perceived attractiveness of a cartoon rabbit from a movie aimed at children, the director of Space Jam: A New Legacy has revealed some new information about Lola Bunny, the female member of the Tune Squad basketball team in the original Space Jam and its upcoming sequel. It sounds like filmmaker Malcolm D. Lee and his team put a lot of energy into de-sexualizing the character, but he also revealed that when audie...
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Senate leaders reach agreement on virus bill benefits

By Alan Fram | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Senate leaders and moderate Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin struck a deal late Friday over emergency jobless benefits, breaking a nine-hour logjam that had stalled the party’s showpiece $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. The compromise, announced by the West Virginia lawmaker and a Democratic aide, seemed to clear the way for the Senate to begin a climactic, marathon series of votes expected to lead to approval of the sweeping legislation. The overall ...
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Senior Living: Reopening of long-term care facilities is ‘an absolute necessity for our well-being’

For nearly a year, nursing homes and assisted living centers have been mostly closed to visitors. Now, it’s time for them to open back up and relieve residents of crushing isolation, according to a growing chorus of long-term care experts, caregivers, consumer groups and physicians. They’re calling for federal health authorities to relax visitation restrictions in long-term care institutions, replacing guidance that’s been in place since September. And they want both federal and state authoritie...
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New York cinemas reopen after almost a year

By Jake Coyle | Associated Press NEW YORK — After growing cobwebs for nearly a year, movie theaters in New York City reopen Friday, returning film titles to Manhattan marquees that had for the last 12 months instead read messages like “Wear a mask” and “We’ll be back soon.” Shortly after noon at the Angelika Film Center on Houston Street, Holly Stillman was already feeling emotional coming out of the first New York showing of Lee Isaac Chung’s tender family drama “Minari.” “My mask is drenched,”...
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4-star Servite TE Keyan Burnett commits to USC

Servite High tight end Keyan Burnett committed to USC on Friday, making him the sixth member of the Trojans’ 2022 recruiting class. Burnett announced his pledge to the Trojans on Twitter, writing, “Thoughts become things. I’m humbled by all of the offers and opportunities to play college football.” The 6-foot-5, 215-pound Burnett is a four-star recruit according to’s composite rankings. His other two finalists were Arizona State and Arizona. Burnett played at JSerra as a sophomore,...
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Mars rover Perseverance rolls out from landing site – named after Pasadena writer Octavia Butler

PASADENA >> After two weeks of residency on the Red Planet, the Mars rover Perseverance has taken its first drive, moving about 21 feet in what proved to be a wildly successful test of the rover’s mobility, mission managers at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena announced on Friday, March 5. In this Feb. 4, 2004 file photo, author Octavia Butler poses near some of her novels. Butler, considered the first black woman to gain national prominence as a science fiction writer, died Feb. 24, 2006,...
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Minnesota should join other states in opening doors back to pro sports fans

Nearly 30 teams across the NHL and NBA are allowing a small number of fans into arenas. Why not in Minnesota?
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Here’s why California celebrates Arbor Day on March 7 and not in April

Arbor Day is observed by most Americans as a day to plant a tree in late April. But in California we celebrate early. California’s Arbor Day is recognized on March 7, which is horticulturalist Luther Burbank’s birthday. Burbank developed more than 800 varieties of fruits, flowers and vegetables over his career in California. After he grew 20,000 little prune trees, or seedlings, in only nine months, Californian farmers began calling him the “Plant Wizard.” Burbank had famous friends in high plac...
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Thousands remain without clean water in Jackson, Miss.

By Anjali Huynh and Leah Asmelash | CNN Though thousands are still under boil water advisories, about 5,000 customers in Jackson, Mississippi, don’t have water service, a decline from earlier this week. Charles Williams, public works director in Jackson, said in a news conference Friday that there have been improvements in water restoration in the city, estimating that “less than possibly 5,000 customers” are still without water. “I am encouraged that a lot of our residents … had their water res...
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LA County coronavirus vaccine allotment continues to increase

Los Angeles County expects to receive 312,000 vaccine doses next week including 53,700 doses of the highly anticipated Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which only requires one dose. Additional doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine were not expected for several weeks. The allotment coming next week is the biggest since vaccines began flowing into L.A. County in December. This week, the county received 269,000 doses. The week prior it received 211,000 doses in what have been ever-increasing allocations...
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After Garland clears confirmation hearing, Giuliani case awaits

By Jim Mustain, Eric Tucker and Michael Balsamo | Associated Press NEW YORK — With Merrick Garland poised to be confirmed as attorney general as early as next week, one of the first major questions he is likely to encounter is what to do about Rudy Giuliani. A federal probe into the overseas and business dealings of the former New York City mayor and close ally of former President Donald Trump stalled last year over a dispute over investigative tactics as Trump unsuccessfully sought reelection a...
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Transfer rumours: Tapsoba, Traore, Haaland, Lamptey, De Gea, Raphinha

Manchester United look at Edmond Tapsoba, Wolves ready to sell Adama Traore, Chelsea confident of signing Erling Braut Haaland, plus more.
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Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw makes spring debut – as a World Series champ

SURPRISE, Ariz. — Cinematically, it was the moment when Dorothy landed in Oz and everything was in bright technicolor. Clayton Kershaw had lived in the black-and-white world of October disappointment, taking each postseason failure by the Dodgers personally. That changed deep in the heart of Texas last year. Now Kershaw is a certified World Series champion, no longer carrying the burden of being a future Hall of Famer without the blue checkmark of October validation. And Dodgers manager Dave Rob...
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Chris Taylor’s grand slam is the big hit in Dodgers’ victory over Royals

THE GAME: Chris Taylor hit a grand slam and the Dodgers beat the Kansas City Royals, 7-5, on Friday afternoon at Surprise Stadium. PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander Clayton Kershaw pitched two scoreless innings in his Cactus League debut. Kershaw gave up doubles to Whit Merrifield in the first inning and Michael Taylor in the second but neither runner advanced. Kershaw struck out two and touched 90 mph on the stadium radar gun. … Left-hander Alex Vesia and right-hander Andre Jackson combined on 2-1/3...
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Dodger Stadium, Angel Stadium will begin 2021 season with fans in the stands

Dodger Stadium and Angel Stadium will re-open to fans on April 1, just in time for Opening Day of the 2021 regular season, the California Department of Public Health announced Friday. How many fans will be allowed through the gates? Like a baseball player nursing a mild injury, capacity is considered “day-to-day.” If the rate of new coronavirus cases does not change between now and each team’s home opener, Angel Stadium and Dodger Stadium will be able to admit up to 100 fans for their first regu...
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