While speaking about India's surprising loss to South Korea in 2016 Kabaddi World Cup, Anup Kumar said, "With every loss we learn a lesson, personally, I feel I made a couple of mistakes during the game which would have cost us the match, it was saddening but our coach never lost hope and kept motivating us. … [Read more...] about Lockdown days: Anup Kumar opens up about life as Kabaddi player and policeman
Wins of the day
Kaine was sent to play clean up for Hillary Clinton on the morning shows Thursday after the White House candidate took a red-eye flight from Las Vegas to New York at the conclusion of the final presidential debate. It landed in the wee hours of the morning … [Read more...] about ‘He’s a guy who won’t take responsibility for anything’: Tim Kaine scoffs at Trump’s threat to contest the election if Hillary wins
The billionaire has also been pushing the idea that the electoral process is 'rigged' - something that his running mate Mike Pence and Speaker Paul Ryan have rejected. … [Read more...] about Clinton gets NINE point lead in poll ahead of Las Vegas showdown – and she is winning among men now too
In 2000 the voting margin in New Mexico was even narrower than in Florida. Gore won the state's five electoral votes, but they wouldn't have been enough to give either candidate the magic number of 270. So the nation's attention focused on the Sunshine State instead. … [Read more...] about Donald doubles down: Trump says he WILL ‘totally accept’ election results – if HE wins!
Chicago residents couldn’t decide if they wanted to keep Rahm Emanuel during February’s mayoral election, but the polls show that he might have an easy win in today’s run-off. A poll from April 4 has Emanuel up 51 percent to 33 percent over his opponent, Cook County Commissioner Jesús “Chuy” Garcia. About 15 percent of voters were still undecided. Garcia, who is planning a giant get-out-the-vote campaign today, argues that the polls undercount Latino voters and young people — where he finds much of his support. However, the timing of the run-off — right after Easter, in the middle of Passover and spring break — could also dampen turnout, although early voting numbers were high. … [Read more...] about Will Rahm Win Today?
Here’s a pretty ordinary Disney response to Fox’s sharper Diary of a Wimpy Kid series: bright yet sensitive pre-teen (Ed Oxenbould, not quite winning enough) feels dreadful for commuting – via an errant birthday wish – 24 hours of bad luck onto his nearest and dearest; 75 minutes of sketches involving car crashes, vomit and escaped kangaroos ensue, followed by a five-minute affirmation of the family that “steers its ship with positivity”. The grownups grab a few legitimately funny bits, but it makes for strangely agitating, passive-aggressive matinee fare: perhaps you just have to enjoy watching rows breaking out more than this viewer does. … [Read more...] about Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day review – agitating matinee fare