Qureshi 25 years ahead of US Cricket

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 5,200 total views,  1 views today MARGATE/FL – USA: Chairman and CEO of Cricket Council USA (CCUSA) Mahammad Qureshi has been hailed as the savior of cricket in the United States by Tampa cricket administrator Prahlad Madabhushi. Qureshi has been an administrator for over two decades in America and runs the highly successful US Open T20 tournament which is in its 12th year. Prahalad who brings the Tampa Tigers to the US Open T20 and the USA Nationals Maq T10 tournaments says Qureshi has tremendous vision way beyond what the administrators of…

Gayle slams ‘worse than coronavirus’ Sarwan after Tallawahs exit

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 1,413 total views “Gayle storm – The West Indies batsman has accused Ramnaresh Sarwan of being ‘worse than the coronavirus’. ©AFP” /> said Ramnaresh Sarwan was “worse than the coronavirus” as he blamed his “evil” former West Indies team-mate for his exit from the Jamaica Tallawahs team in the Caribbean Premier League. The 40-year-old Gayle was released by Twenty20 franchise the Tallawahs last week and the big-hitting opener held assistant coach Sarwan responsible during a remarkable 15-minute video posted on his YouTube channel. “Right now Sarwan, you are worse than the…

Ian Gould reflects on Sachin’s controversial DRS verdict during 2011 World Cup semi-final

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 1,158 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.cricingif.com/ Sachin Tendulkar got one reprieve after another in the historic ICC ODI 2011 World Cup semi-final where arch-rivals Pakistan and India locked horns in a fiercely competitive brawl. Tendulkar got several let-offs and one of them was very controversial. Saeed Ajmal was arguably at the pinnacle of his career and was bewildering the batters with his doosra and sharp off-spin. Ajmal induced an error when Tendulkar was still warming up to the task and the little master missed a straighter delivery that thumped his pads…

Congress Must Stand Up to the White House and Deliver Relief to the Postal Service

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 518 total views COURTESY BY: https://www.thenation.com/ EDITOR’S NOTE: The Nation believes that helping readers stay informed about the impact of the coronavirus crisis is a form of public service. For that reason, this article, and all of our coronavirus coverage, is now free. Please subscribe to support our writers and staff, and stay healthy. This month, the US Postal Service sounded the alarm: Mail revenue could drop by more than 50 percent this year as a result of the novel coronavirus crisis. Without a large federal cash infusion, the USPS may not survive he summer. On Capitol Hill, leaders…

Trump faces the risk of a coronavirus cliff

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 551 total views Unemployed Americans will lose a federal safety net long before the economy fully recovers — potentially creating a messy Election Day for the GOP. COURTESY BY: https://www.politico.com/ Republicans are trying to pull off a high-wire act over the next three months: Reopen the economy enough to get most jobless Americans back to work and off the public dole, while resisting another giant stimulus package. If they fail, they’ll face a coronavirus cliff — an even deeper collapse in spending and sky-high unemployment in the months before Election Day.…

Ohio’s G.O.P. Governor Splits From Trump, and Rises in Popularity

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 596 total views Gov. Mike DeWine wore a protective mask made by his wife at a coronavirus briefing this month. His handling of the pandemic has led to a surge in his approval ratings.Credit…Doral Chenoweth/The Columbus Dispatch, via Associated Press COURTESY BY: https://www.nytimes.com/ For 40 years, Mike DeWine rose steadily if blandly up the ladder of Ohio politics, finally landing his dream job as governor. He took office last year as a familiar figure in the state, not because of any indelible political identify, but because, at 72, he had been…

Trump and Florida’s DeSantis talk reopening plans and share mutual congratulations

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 519 total views COURTESY BY: https://edition.cnn.com/ Last week, when a Republican governor set plans to begin reopening his state, President Donald Trump signed off before reversing himself and declaring the strategy a mistake. This week, as another GOP governor contemplates his own reopening scheme, he’s talking to the President in person. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis traveled to Washington on Tuesday to meet with Trump in the Oval Office as the expiration of his state lockdown order nears on May 1. He said during the meeting he would unveil his reopening plans on Wednesday. And…