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Fate and flaw conspired to keep egalitarian football at the margins in India. Cricket—race-erected,...
Its top tier may be gilded, but Indian cricket’s base is rotting away
Olympics will devalue cricket; its masters have no use for the games
A wealthy Board, wealthy players, but a poverty of strategy and ambition—and a ‘cool’ captain who’s...
So thought Britain, till the hoods came out in London and beyond
The IPL stood for a new India. The mess it’s in turns the clock back.
Twenty20 World Cup, odd exploits of a Sania Mirza or even a hockey triumph... but the great Indian elephant...
The bad blood phase seems over, the two Asian rivals can now even be graceful in defeat
It's a literary kala pani. What is depressing is that the old Indian cultural schizophrenia is still alive,...
Star rivalry, jingoism, twist in the tale: this battle had them all
Three cricketing greats clash in a high-profile legal match
Sidhu's acrimonious exit has cast a shadow on manager Sandip Patil's man-management skills
Football and a smug English press drown out Azhar's boys
Who Owns The Republic?
70 Years Of Indian Judiciary | Opinion: Electoral Majority Is No Licence To Bring In Immoral And Unjust Laws
Go Softly In A House Of Spies
70 Years Of Indian Judiciary | Opinion: Resistance To Transparency Makes Our Courts Mysterious Institutions
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch
'Newsrooms Have Got Politicised': Outlook Editor-in-chief Ruben Banerjee at Zee Jaipur Lit Fest
Tricolor Unfurls At Shaheen Bagh On Republic Day
11-Km-Long Human Chain Formed In Kolkata On Republic Day
71st Republic Day Celebrations In New Delhi