Daily Archive: October 20, 2017

Warriors overcome 17-point deficit in New Orleans to earn first win of season

Warriors overcome 17-point deficit in New Orleans to earn first win of season Source: ESPN Link: Warriors overcome 17-point deficit in New Orleans to earn first win of season

The troops may have stepped back, but the China-India dispute in the Himalayas is far from over

This summer, Indian and Chinese troops were mired in a long-standing face off at Doklam – a once obscure patch of disputed territory between China and Bhutan. In late...

What’s on TV Saturday: ‘George Michael: Freedom’ and ‘Stranger Than Fiction’

A new portrait of George Michael arrives on Showtime. And Will Ferrell becomes a reluctant protagonist in “Stranger Than Fiction.” Source: US Feeds Link: What’s on TV Saturday: ‘George...

Cavs' Rose sprains ankle, calls out flagrant foul

Cavs’ Rose sprains ankle, calls out flagrant foul Source: ESPN Link: Cavs' Rose sprains ankle, calls out flagrant foul

Altuve, Astros roar back to life behind Verlander

Altuve, Astros roar back to life behind Verlander Source: ESPN Link: Altuve, Astros roar back to life behind Verlander

Yogi's Ayodhya push reveals BJP's desire to draw on Hindutva vote

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and governor Ram Naik pose with artistes dressed up as Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman during Deepotsav celebrations in Ayodhya Uttar Pradesh Chief...

History made, but Simmons wants more

History made, but Simmons wants more Source: ESPN Link: History made, but Simmons wants more

UN human rights panel urges China to free three dissidents and compensate them for detention

China has wrongly held three activists and should release and compensate them, according to independent experts appointed by the UN’s main human rights body. In an opinion reached in...

Don't blame Dusty Baker for the Nationals' failures — look at ownership

Don’t blame Dusty Baker for the Nationals’ failures — look at ownership Source: ESPN Link: Don't blame Dusty Baker for the Nationals' failures — look at ownership

Opinion: China’s Asia vision harks back to 1945, with one difference – money

China’s governing party is in a moment of major transition. While domestic politics is tightening up, Beijing has plans far beyond the country’s own borders – aiming for the...