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Dave Birkett Detroit Free Press Published 5:29 p.m. UTC Aug 30, 2018 Kenny Golladay had such a tantalizing start to his NFL career last year, catching two touchdown passes in his first game, that it seems just about everyone is predicting the Detroit Lions receiver for a breakout year this fall. NFL pundits, fantasy football GMs, even Golladay. “I want a breakout season myself,” Golladay said earlier this month. “I’m trying to make a whole lot of plays for this team.” A third-round pick out of Northern Illinois in 2017, Golladay was well on his way to doing that last year when a hamstring injury cost him five games in the middle of the season. Oh, Golladay still had his moments once he returned. He finished his rookie year with 28 catches for 477 yards, and five of his grabs went for 40 yards or more. But the hamstring injury that cost him nearly a third of the season left everyone wanting more. “Expectations for myself are high and I … [Read more...] about Detroit Lions wide receiver Kenny Golladay: ‘I want a breakout season’
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A petition filed by Kanishka Pandey, a final year law student has led SC issue a notice to recognise sports as a fundamental right under Article 21A, TOI speaks to stakeholders about the implications Sports is as important as literacy Mentality of most people in India is limited to three aspects of sports – entertainment, winning medals and healthy lifestyle. But, there are as many as 16 soft skills that a person can develop by engaging in sports activities including leadership skills, confidence, risk taking abilities, optimism etc. Even when Gurukul setup existed, students used to pursue sports like archery. It is crucial to have right to sports just like right to education for overall development of students. - Kanishka Pandey, petitioner of the PIL and Law student, Delhi University Don’t amend Constitution Right to play already exists with right to freedom as one of the fundamental rights. The real requirement is of practical and thoughtful approach from government and … [Read more...] about Should sports be added as a fundamental right
Sweden faces political uncertainty after the election in twelve days. What sort of government could emerge? For a political scientist, this is a fascinating situation. Among much else, it reminds us that the rules of the political game are vitally important in shaping political outcomes. But they are not the whole story. The rise and decline of bloc politics Sweden, like most European countries, is a parliamentary democracy. Its voters elect the members of parliament, and they, in turn, choose the head of government, the prime minister. If one party has won a majority of the seats in parliament, as often happens in Britain, the leader of that party is the obvious prime ministerial choice. Thanks to the proportional electoral system, only very rarely has any Swedish party won its own majority. In practice, though, the designation of a prime minister has usually been easy. The months of post-election wrangling that we see in Belgian and Dutch parliaments, for instance, have never been … [Read more...] about What sort of government might Sweden have after the election?