Just as the match was close to getting over, the player switches his account to another device to fake a poor network connection. This essentially blocked the data signal and he could then use a cheat to kill the other players and then switch back to his original phone. This way he bypassed the detections of being caught using a cheat in PUBG Mobile. … [Read more...] about PUBG Mobile reveals how a player cheated and received a 10-year ban
Top 10 man made disasters
Emma by Jane Austen After a cheery Christmas do at the Westons, Mr Elton is well lubricated with booze and ready to make his pitch. He nips into the coach with our heroine and is soon "making violent love" to her. It does not mean what you think: he is just proposing marriage – and is astounded to hear that Emma thought he was really after her dim-witted protégée Harriet. … [Read more...] about John Mullan’s 10 of the best: coaches
After the pianissimo first section the book turns up the volume as the dual plotlines converge: Hartmann, who was a friend of Legat’s at Balliol, is relieved to discover that the Englishman is also on his way to Munich, aboard the PM’s plane. Both men must operate under a lowering cloud of suspicion as they inch closer to the respective centres of power, revealed to us in telling pen portraits. Chamberlain, nearing 70, a Victorian throw-back in stiff wing-collars, constantly surprises his staff with his energy and his “ostentatiously modest” way with the spotlight. Hitler, impatient and dour, presents a more enigmatic figure: how did this unexceptional man (“it was almost compelling how nondescript he was”, thinks Legat) bewitch a mighty nation into surrender? And just for good measure Harris throws in this sulphurous firecracker: he has the body odour of “a workman who had not bathed or changed his shirt in … [Read more...] about Munich by Robert Harris review – can two old friends stop Hitler and avert disaster?
10. The Reverend Frank Fenwick in Anthony Trollope’s The Vicar of Bullhampton (1870)The Church of England has always been a hybrid of Protestant and Catholic, usually referred to as its Low and High wings. While many of the vicars in Trollope’s Barsetshire Chronicles could hardly be labeled Protestant, in The Vicar of Bullhampton he gives us Frank Fenwick, who travels between the more Protestant inclinations of his youth towards Anglo-Catholicism. In what has been called Trollope’s most religious novel, Fenwick’s struggles with a Low Church patron in the local landowner, and a Primitive Methodist minister next door, mirror the wider 19th-century fight for the soul of Anglicanism. … [Read more...] about Martin Luther’s children: the top 10 Protestants in fiction
Hyderabad: A man allegedly raped and set a 17-year-old girl afire in Suryapet district of Telangana after being warned not to harass her with his proposal, police said on Saturday. The girl, who received 50 per cent, is now undergoing treatment at a state-run hospital at Warangal and her condition is said to be stable. The 21-year-old man, warned by elders aware of the matter not to harass her, allegedly went to her house on Friday night forcibly took her out to a bushy area nearby before raping and setting her ablaze. Neighbours informed police about the incident. Following a complaint by the girls father, a case on charges of attempt to murder, rape, and under relevant sections of POCSO Act has been registered. Efforts were on catch the accused, police said. … [Read more...] about Hyderabad: Man rapes 17-year-old girl, sets her ablaze