Former England all-rounder Tim Bresnan has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket at the age of 36.
Bresnan played 23 Tests and was an Ashes series-winner in 2010-11 and 2013 and also a T20 World Cup-winner in 2010. The all-rounder also played 85 One-Day Internationals and 34 T20 internationals for his country.
Bresnan represented Yorkshire from 2001 to 2019. He left Yorkshire in June 2020 and joined Warwickshire later that month on a two-year contract. Bresnan scored 7,138 first-class runs, including seven centuries, and took 575 wickets at an average of 30.99.
North Korea tested its most powerful missile since 2017, ramping up the firepower for its record-breaking seventh launch this month.
With peace talks with Washington stalled, North Korea has doubled down on leader Kim Jong-un’s vow to modernise the armed forces, flexing Pyongyang’s military muscles despite biting international sanctions.
North Korea has doubled down on leader Kim Jong-un’s vow to modernise the armed forces, flexing Pyongyang’s military muscles despite biting international sanctions.
CPI MP BinoyViswam on January 31 submitted a notice to move a privilege motion against Union Minister AshwiniVaishnaw for his statement in Parliament last year on the Pegasus spyware issue.
A New York Times report claimed that India bought the Pegasus spyware as part of a $2 billion defence deal with Israel in 2017.
Vaishnaw had in Parliament said media reports on alleged snooping published a day before the start of the monsoon session “cannot be a coincidence” and stressed there is “no substance” behind the sensationalism.