Is President Joe Biden ripe for a primary challenge in 2024, the network asked? Last year, she briefly served as acting President in the 85 minutes it took Biden to undergo a colonoscopy. Problem here is that Harris is even less popular than the President and some voters have even questioned her competence. Finally, defeating the Republican-led recall, Newsom has just begun his second term as the California Governor having won impressively in the November midterms. He has indicated he will not run if Biden is the nominee.
Iranian armaments for RussiaIt has been reported that Russia is buying Iranian-made missiles and drones in huge quantity and using them against Ukraine. In response to this development Ukrainian officials have been quoted as saying that Ukraine currently has "no effective defence against these missiles. Further, procuring Iranian missiles allows Russia to conserve its more advanced and deadly tactical ballistic missiles, such as the Iskander, for a possible future clash with NATO. The US could try to prevent delivery of Iranian ballistic missiles by pre-emptively attacking Iranian missile storage and transhipment facilities. Though in reality, longer-range weapons in the hands of Ukrainians may cause more pain to Russia but it would not prevent Russia using Iranian ballistic missiles from degrading Ukrainian infrastructure.18 days ago SME Times
Moonlighting involves pursuing a second job while doing a primary one at the same time and being secretive about it. Recently, Rishad Premji, Chairman of Wipro, went as far as to equate moonlighting with cheating the company that one works for. IBM, the global tech giant, has called the practice unethical in terms of professionalism and something that goes against the company’s policies. After talking to some start-ups, we concluded that most of them don’t think that working part-time is unethical. “There is nothing unethical about working part-time or moonlighting.29 days ago SME Futures
Three teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19 have been jailed after they stabbed a rival drug dealer to death in Roehampton in Wandsworth. The group lured 24-year-old Abdirizak Hassan to a home owned by a vulnerable person in Roehampton on May 5. Elijah Roye, 19, of Carey Gardens in Wandsworth, who was previously found guilty of murder, will be sentenced on Wednesday, 2 November. “[B] Muhammed Danso, 18 (21.12.03), of Fieldfare Road, Bexley, was previously found not guilty of murder but was convicted of manslaughter. “[A] Elijah Roye, 19 (21.09.03), of Carey Gardens, Wandsworth, who was previously found guilty of murder, will be sentenced on Wednesday, 2 November.1 month ago Wandsworth Times
“Jasprit Bumrah’s loss for India is equivalent to Australia losing Dave Warner and Steve Smith,” according to T20 power house Chris Lynn. He predicts the tournament to be a “batting-first World Cup”. (Lynn’s sharp assessment came before New Zealand, asked to bat first, crushed holders Australia by 89 runs at the SCG). This could be a batting-first World Cup as opposed to the one we saw in the UAE,” said Lynn, the Aussie now living the life of a freelance cricketer. “They are coming on the back of winning the last World Cup.1 month ago Hindustan Times
QPR boss Mick Beale savoured the 2-1 win over Wigan and said he was pleased to put speculation about his future behind him. "I'm just happy that the noise has gone away and I can get back to my job. "I'm just a novice learning my job and it was important that I stayed here. "The level of our performance was high against a team that are top of the league and going really well. "They need to be brave enough to accept the ball, because you're playing against good teams and good managers."1 month ago Kilburn Times
Exclusive: Brazil, Argentina and France are World Cup favourites: KolarovThe former Manchester City defender hoped that football would become even bigger in the Middle East region after the Qatar World Cup, which begins on November 20Argentina's Lionel Messi. But Kolarov admits that his greatest joy as a footballer was defending the colours of the Serbian national team at the World Cup. “The emotions are special because when you start to play football, your dream is to play for your national team in the World Cup,” Kolarov told the Khaleej Times. “It’s a massive feeling when you arrive at a tournament like the World Cup. Kolarov, who captained Serbia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, is also looking forward to watching his top three favourite teams in Qatar.1 month ago Khaleej Times
UK: Johnson, Sunak meet amid private battle for Tory leadershipBoth are yet to declare they will run to replace outgoing leader Liz TrussBoris Johnson (L) and Rishi Sunak at the House of Commons, in London. Former prime minister Johnson, who returned from a Caribbean holiday earlier in the day aiming to launch an audacious political comeback just weeks after leaving office, met ex-finance minister Sunak to discuss the race, the BBC and others reported. "We must move on," he urged the Tories, adding they "must get behind a capable leader who can deliver a Conservative programme" who he identified as ex-finance minister Sunak. Tory MP James Duddridge, a key Johnson ally who confirmed on Friday the ex-leader was intent on standing, said on Saturday that he had now secured the support of 100 colleagues. Johnson has nonetheless been endorsed by several Tory heavyweights, including on Saturday ex-interior minister Priti Patel.1 month ago Khaleej Times