Putin ‘highly unlikely’ to use nuclear weapons but is not rational, says Wallace

V ladimir Putin is “highly unlikely” to use nuclear weapons in the Ukraine conflict but he is not acting in a “rational” way, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has said. The Russian president has threatened to use “all the means at our disposal” if his country is threatened, seen as a sign that he could use … Read more

IAN LADYMAN: It’s sad that Nottingham Forest’s £150m spending spree could cost Steve Cooper his job

Steve Cooper’s first notable success as a manager was winning the Under 17 World Cup with England in 2017. The tournament was in India and not logistically easy, but over a month Cooper steered 21 boys to a highly significant age-group triumph. Talk now to some of those players — men like Phil Foden and … Read more

England captain Heather Knight accuses India of LYING – after Deepti Sharma’s controversial ‘Mankad’

Heather Knight reignited the fire over the ‘Mankad’ run-out dismissal that marred England women’s return to Lord’s when she accused India of lying on Monday. The injured England captain took to Twitter to refute claims made by Deepti Sharma, the bowler at the centre of the controversy that saw India win the final one-day international, … Read more

Even Russia’s friends are getting upset over its war – POLITICO

NEW YORK — By the time Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov took the stage at the United Nations General Assembly this week, he and his country had already lost much of the audience. Throughout the annual gathering, world leader after world leader had expressed deep discomfort if not outright condemnation over Russia’s war in Ukraine. … Read more

EU plans new sanctions after Putin’s nuclear escalation threat – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Europe is drawing up plans to hit Russia with fresh sanctions amid demands for a swift response, after Vladimir Putin threatened to use nuclear weapons in his war against Ukraine.  The Russian dictator announced a major escalation on Wednesday, including the mobilization of 300,000 Russian reservists and a warning … Read more

Diets are just as unhealthy now as they were 30 years ago

The average person’s diet has not improved much in the past 30 years despite major gains made in nutrition science – and Americans are among those eating the worst, a new study finds. Researchers at Tufts University, in Medford, Massachusetts, gathered data from 185 countries listed in the Global Dietary Database to gauge which nations … Read more

Government launches mobile games to “delve deeper into the story of India’s freedom struggle”

Government launches mobile games to “delve deeper into the story of India’s freedom struggle” Vartha Bharati | 05-09-2022 | 17:24:00 IST New Delhi: As a part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav initiative of the government of India, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on August 24, 2022, launched ‘Azadi Quest,’ a series of online … Read more