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  • 6: The T20 Podcast With Ayaz Memon: KL Rahul Sweeps Virat's Bangalore
    The Quint

    On episode 6 of the T20 Podcast, Ayaz Memon and Mendra Dorjey discuss the season's first century and also the first batting collapse. KL Rahul smashed 132 off 69 balls and helped Punjab post 206/3. Bangalore's chase never really took off with 3 batsmen back in the dressing room by the fourth over. This included Virat Kohli who got out on a 5-ball 1. Eventually, Punjab won the match by 97 runs. Hosts: Mendra Dorjey & Ayaz Memon Producer: Ataliq Khan

  • 1: The T20 Podcast With Ayaz Memon: CSK Pull Off Big Win vs Mumbai
    The Quint

    20 Sep, 12:44 am In Saturday’s ‘T20 Podcast with Ayaz Memon’, we talk about Chennai's big win over Mumbai in the tournament-opener. Dhoni's team beat Mumbai by 5 wickets in Abu Dhabi as Faf du Plessis and Ambati Rayudu scored half centuries and Chennai won the first game of season 13. Tune in to the podcast for more! Hosts: Mendra Dorjey & Ayaz Memon Producer: Ataliq Khan

  • Чем хотят закончить вторую волну? 2020 - 09 - 25
    News & Politics
  • 2: The T20 Podcast With Ayaz Memon: A Super Over Win For Delhi
    The Quint

    The second match of the season was won by Delhi following a super over thriller in Dubai. Two wickets in the final over of the match and Punjab were forced into a Super Over and With KL Rahul, Nicolas Pooran and Glenn Maxwell scoring just 2 runs, Delhi won the match with ease. Hosts: Mendra Dorjey & Ayaz Memon Producer: Ataliq Khan

  • Jurgen is worn out from having sex with Liverpool fans.
    Ask Audrey
  • Sala de Redação - 25/09/2020
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  • Boom Bust: WeChat in the crosshairs & airlines on the edge

    Officials in the US Justice Department have placed Chinese messaging app WeChat in the crosshairs as the Trump administration has sought to crack down on technology from the People’s Republic. We analyze the ongoing China-US tech fight and what the plans mean for transpacific tensions with the US election looming. Then we take a spin around the globe for a look at the state of world markets following a week of twists and turns, especially in the technology sector. Plus, the growing tensions with China come at a time when several major sectors in the US economy are on edge in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. We bring you the latest on the state of the ailing airline sector and whether or not the industry could see major stimulus in the coming weeks.

  • WATN: Did city officials approve new digital sign on Public Square?
    News & Politics
  • What Mahama said about 'apɔtrɔ' car assembly plant in Ghana
    News & Politics

    Flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress, John Dramani has been giving reasons why he would scrap the law banning importation of salvaged and vehicles older than ten years when he is given the nod as President on December 7, 2020.

  • Av1189: USA-uppdatering med Björn Norström, 25 september 2020

    Ronie Berggren och Björn Norström om det senaste i USA: Poliser åtalas inte för mord på Breonna Taylor, vilket leder till upplopp och att poliser blir skjutna: Mer kaos kring poströstning: Ruth Bader Ginsburg var tydlig, presidenten och Senaten tillsätter domare, Demokrater följer sina aktivistiska instinkter, inte principer: Kvinna anhållen vid kanadensiska gränsen för giftbrev postat till Trump: Seattle, staden som vill minska polisen anställer hallick för att polisens jobb: Mothers and men against sensless killings, en viktig kvinnoorganisation som inte får någon uppmärksamhet: Biden ljuger om Trumps uttalanden: Biden-Harris håller sig undan pressen: Många människor anhållna på Västkusten för anlagda skogsbränder: Ronie Berggren pratar Trump på SVT:s program Utrikesbyrån. ------- STÖD AMERIKANSKA NYHETSANALYSER:

  • Watching the Hawks: Did Coca-Cola pay scientists to downplay health impact?
    News & Politics

    The unemployment numbers and Americans facing hunger continue to rise as the election drama rages on. New revelations suggest Coca-Cola paid scientists to downplay the impact of their products on people’s health. Incarcerated people are fighting California wildfires with no return.

  • FTL Digest 2020-09-25
    Free Talk Live
    News & Politics

    Free Talk Live's Daily Digests feature highlights from our full-length seven-day-a-week live radio show, selected and edited by Riley Blake. Enjoying the digests? Please donate $5-10 per month to Riley via this link: If you want to donate via Bitcoin Core (BTC), you can do so at the following address: 1NytDNA14UcYsvzX5DHhzowGCqNouSUh9A or you can donate via Bitcoin Cash (BCH) 19hjHJBD6crYVK5YKpwojbwkpetuMsUcgx Or you can donate ether to: 0x259357C6260c6D20c3D71Fd301304e6f6dAC7F2f You can listen to full episodes on soundcloud or our website at, where you can also listen live every day from 7-10pm Eastern.

  • Week in Review: Battleground America—Supreme Court Vacancy, Breonna Taylor Riots, and Much More
    Trumpet Hour
    News & Politics

    American Republicans are determined to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s now-vacant Supreme Court seat before the presidential election in November, and they have the power to do so. Leftists are threatening a variety of radical responses to undermine the rule of law in America. The United States is working on a deal to sell F-35 jets to the United Arab Emirates, which would significantly boost the military capability of the Arabs in the Middle East. America is cooperating with Germany in cyberwarfare capabilities, and opening up some of its cyber secrets to this former ally. We also talk about impressive multinational military drills sponsored by Russia, riots in the United States over Breonna Taylor, the first Palestinian elections in nearly 15 years, China forcing half a million Tibetans into labor camps, and Obama-era political scandals in which the media have been utterly disinterested.

  • Governor Cuomo is a Guest on MSNBC's "The ReidOut" with Joy Reid
    Governor Andrew M. Cuomo

    September 25, 2020

  • 5: The T20 Podcast With Ayaz Memon: Rohit Leads Mumbai to Big Win Over Kolkata
    The Quint

    In episode 5 of The T20 Podcast, Ayaz Memon and Mendra Dorjey talk about the season's biggest win so far as Mumbai thrashed Kolkata by a massive 49 runs in Abu Dhabi. Captain Rohit Sharma smashed 80 off 54 as his team posted 195/5 an in reply, Kolkata's chase never really picked up steam with their highest-scorer being bowler Pat Cummins with his 33 off 12. Jasprit Bumrah picked the wickets of Eoin Morgan and Andre Russell as Kolkata finished at 146/9, 49 runs short of the target. Hosts: Mendra Dorjey & Ayaz Memon Producer: Ataliq Khan

  • The Big Picture: Economic tipping point 2020
    News & Politics

    Blazing wildfires, raging hurricanes, and sweeping unemployment are re-shaping the lives of millions of Americans, all while continuing to deal with the ongoing pandemic. Countless businesses have shuttered, while families and teachers continue to struggle with remote learning. Professor and economist Richard Wolff describes structural inefficiencies that have led our society to a tipping point in 2020. Plus, as the federal fiscal year comes to a close, an update on foreign and frivolous expenditures made by government agencies keen on spending their “use it or lose it” funds. As Trump and Biden prepare to square off on the debate stage, Claire Meyerhoff and Kristen Ruby offer a preview of what to expect from both sides. With the nation struggling to contain Covid-19 and grappling over the meaning of ‘law and order’, does Trump maintain an advantage as the incumbent?

  • Sala De Domingo - 27/09/2020
  • Redacted Tonight: The betrayal of US soldiers, waste on the F-35 project
    News & Politics

    Lee Camp discusses the many ways that politicians in the US disrespect & cause harm to military personnel and veterans. President Trump was exposed for saying disrespectful things about people who served in the military, but the people criticizing him have been responsible for sending troops into meaningless wars and abandoning them to homelessness and suicide upon return. The F-35 jet program has cost the US at least a trillion dollars and it’s still a blundering waste of resources, Denver is pioneering a program to send social workers and mental health specialists to respond to 911 calls, and more. Naomi Karavani reports on the 4 book publishers and many of the high-profile authors affiliated with them who are suing the Internet Archive for their National Emergency Library program which helped people access more than 1.3 million books during the pandemic. The lawsuit accuses the program of theft. Natalie McGill and Camp look at the US’ right-wing PR firm pushing the propaganda of US Empire in Latin America, the US House report on Boeing 737 crashes, and more.