Millennials and Generation Z now make up the largest voting bloc in the U.S., currently an estimated 37% and growing, but they are underrepresented in government. Those young voters—who cast ballots in large numbers this year, largely for Joe Biden—expect concrete actions in return for their votes. To make that happen, a coalition of youth-led groups is now pushing for policies that will help the younger generations, especially as they navigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and what for many of them is the second recession of their lifetimes. … [Read more...] about What young people want from the first 100 days of the Biden administration
On September 9, Yuvraj told a cricket website that he has been practicing with and mentoring players in Mohali the last few weeks. He feels in good nick and has been asked by Punjab cricket officials to play for the state. Reportedly, he has written a mail to Sourav Ganguly for his approval. … [Read more...] about Comebacks in sports are awfully hard. So why do stars like Yuvraj Singh do it?
PNC Financial Services Group Inc has said that it will buy the US business of Spanish lender BBVA for $11.6 billion in cash. This is the second-largest US banking deal since the 2008 financial crisis and creates a US bank with nearly $560 billion of assets and a presence in two dozen states, as per Reuters. … [Read more...] about PNC to buy Spanish lender BBVA’s US banking arm for $11.6 billion
Argentina did not win the Nehru Cup. It was Poland who took home the trophy. But two years later, Maradona’s side were the toast of international football. And it is worthwhile to remember that Kolkata helped Burruchaga warm up for the big stage, and score the most important goal in the history of Argentinian football. … [Read more...] about The India connection of Maradona’s world champs