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Virat Kohli becomes first to sweep top three ICC awards

Indian captain Virat Kohli capped a memorable 2018 season by becoming the first to win the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) cricketer, test and one-day international (ODI) player of the year awards, the ICC said on Tuesday.

Kohli, the top scorer in both tests and one-dayers in 2018, was also named captain of the ICC test and ODI teams of the year.

The 30-year-old top-order batsman scored 1,322 runs in 13 tests at an average of 55.08, and scored 1,202 runs in 14 ODIs at an average of 133.55, notching up 11 centuries across the formats.

Lady Gaga calls out Trump & Pence on shutdown

Lady Gaga slammed US President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on the ongoing federal government shutdown during her Las Vegas residency. On January 19, the pop star stopped her gig to say her piece on the current scenario while she was performing “Million Reasons” on the piano. “If the f**king president of the United States could please put our government back... There are people who live paycheck to paycheck and need their money,” she said. Gaga then took aim at Pence, whose wife Karen is facing flak for accepting a job at a school that excludes LGBT and trans candidates.

I played it a little safe in the past: Nicole Kidman

Hollywood star Nicole Kidman says she 'played it safe' with her career in the past but now always looks for roles that will challenge her. The actor said she is happy to make 'spontaneous and random' decisions now, reported Contactmusic.

'I think maybe I played it a little safe in the past, and went for the work I thought I was meant to do, which spoke to the idea of what and who an actress is supposed to be. But, for the most part, I've followed my spirit, which motivates me to go against the grain.

Julia Roberts won't star in 'Homecoming' season two

Julia Roberts will reportedly not return for “Homecoming” season two.

Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that the actor's initial deal for the Amazon drama was a one-season commitment, based purely on the show's creative storyline.

Roberts will continue her association with the show - her first TV series regular role - in the capacity of an executive producer alongside showrunner Sam Esmail.

The Oscar-winning actor earlier told THR that she was not prepared to confirm or deny her involvement one way or the other with the second installment.

DJ Khaled joins Bad Boys for Life

DJ Khaled is the latest star to join the cast of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Sony's Bad Boys for Life.

The long-awaited threequel will see the return of Smith and Lawrence as Detective Mike Lowrey and Detective Marcus Burnett.

Actor Joe Pantoliano, who portrays Captain Conrad Howard in the earlier two films, is also coming for the third part.

Khaled, 43, joins newcomers Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, Jacob Scipio, and Paola Nunez in the project.

Serena-tard debuts at Australian Open, makes sure baby's first doll 'Qai Qai' is black

Serena Williams unveiled her latest fashion statement at the Australian Open on Tuesday, and helpfully ended any confusion about what to call the striking garment.

“It’s a Serena-tard,” Williams told reporters when quizzed about her latest look. Made of jade-green lycra with a black-and-white waistband, the skin-tight outfit looks like a pair of disco-era hotpants  attached to a builder's singlet.

Game of Thrones final season to premiere on April 14

Winter is coming to scorch the TV screens as "Game of Thrones" returns for one last time on April 14 with its eighth season.

HBO on Monday announced the premiere date of the hit series last installment on its official Twitter account.

The network also offered a 90 second-long "offical tease", captioned as: "April 14. #ForTheThrone." The video clip shows Jon Snow, Sansa and Arya - three members of the Stark family - making their way through the crypts under their family home.

Brokers seek better status

Broking body Anmi is seeking recognition as the first-level regulator for investors and a greater say in policy-making for the broking industry.

Anmi urged government to engage in healthy discussions with the broking industry on important policy decisions and tax framework.

Association of National Exchanges Members of India (Anmi), the leading pan-India body of around 900 stock brokers, urged the government to allow it the status of a Self-Regulatory Organisation (SRO).

Ranveer Singh starts prepping for '83'

Ranveer Singh has started preparing for sports drama "83". The actor took to on Instagram share a glimpse of himself practising at the nets for the film, to be directed by Kabir Khan.

"And the glorious journey begins... #83 #kapildev @83thefilm #balwindersinghsandhu @kabirkhankk," Singh posted the photo on Saturday.

"83" will chronicle India's win under Dev's captainship, when the Men in Blue defeated West Indies in the final to clinch their first-ever World Cup trophy in 1983.

US judge dismisses Ashley Judd’s sex harassment claim against Weinstein

A federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed actress Ashley Judd’s sexual harassment claim against movie producer Harvey Weinstein but said she could proceed with a defamation claim against him.

Judd had accused Weinstein of defaming her in 1998 after she refused what she said were his sexual advances a year earlier.