October 17, 2019
the fully loaded magazine
Eat, Pray, Live
A Hurrah For No Complexo
‘The Rio Games is a grand success’, trumpet a few. A divided country begs to differ.
Aug 25, 2016
Speak Through The Hand
Marta’s stocks have outstripped Neymar’s, and how Jenna Bush let her hand do all the talking
Aug 12, 2016
When In Rio, Just Fantasise
Blame them or not, Cariocas bend reality to let in a steady, class-defying fabulism
Aug 04, 2016
When The Favelas Go To The Maracana
Beneath the spit and polish of the Olympics, Brazil is riven by a deep fissure, as a gang of the privileged few in power is determined to undo the country’s hard-won socialist gains
Aug 04, 2016
‘Pele Says Football’s Not As Beautiful Now’
The co-author of
Why Soccer Matters
on Pele, their new book and the future of Brazilian football
Jun 23, 2014
Hey Bossa Nova Baby
With just days to go, Brazil kicks it up to make it a World Cup to remember
Jun 16, 2014
Rio De Janeiro Diary
This is the year of Brazil. The football World Cup is happening in June-July, followed by the BRICS summit.
May 05, 2014
X-Ray Report: No Spine
Khobragate: the price for India’s silence on the Snowden affair
Jan 20, 2014
Medals And Manners
Rio 2016 will be known for its heroes and villains, who have both left lasting impressions on the city and its people.
Aug 23, 2016
The Games Are Over, Long Live The Political Games
The country, in the middle of an economic turmoil and deeply divided politically, has some reason to smile finally. But will the smiles stay?
Aug 21, 2016
Football, Women And Brazil's New Sweethearts
In the past 15 days, Brazil fell in love with its women’s football team.
Aug 20, 2016
Games' Legacy For Favelas: Guns, Violence And Blood
Since the Games started on August 5, at least 14 persons have died in shootouts between so-called gang members and police and soldiers deployed in the city. That is almost one death per day.
Aug 20, 2016
The Ugly Americans: Lying, Drinking And Pissing On Their Hosts
With just two more days to go before the Games come to an end, it has definitely produced a bunch of villains who will live in infamy for a long time. Topping the charts of this dubious list is the American swimmer Ryan Lochte.
Aug 19, 2016
Who Will Save The Games From These Officials And Athletes?
Like FIFA, the International Olympic Committee too is run like a private club, with little accountability to anyone.
Aug 18, 2016
A Little Food Tip: When in Rio, Have Feijoada In A Favela
Like us Indians, the Brazilians too can be very touchy about their food.
Aug 18, 2016
Not Easy Being Gay In A 'Gay-Friendly' Country
Though this Olympics features 44 LGBT athletes, a new record, they continue to face extra challenges.
Aug 16, 2016
Robbed In Rio: Must Be In Wrong Place At The Wrong Time
On Saturday, it was widely reported in the local media that Ryan Lochte, a 12-time Olympic medallist, and three other American swimmers were robbed at gunpoint.
Aug 16, 2016
Zika Is Not Funny: Brazilians Boo Americans For Offence
The Brazilian crowd has been upset with the US team as several American athletes dropped out of the Olympics because of “concerns over the virus”.
Aug 15, 2016
INX Media Case: Delhi Court Allows ED To Quiz Chidambaram Till Oct 24
BSF Jawan Killed By Bangladeshi Troops Along West Bengal Border
'Maharashtra Worst Hit By Slowdown': Manmohan Singh Sounds Alarm On Economy
Need Ayodhya Settlement, Not Judgement: Sunni Waqf Board
ED Has Papers With Praful Patel And Mirchi's Wife's Signatures: Piyush Goyal
Rape Survivors Experience Health Problems For Years After Traumatic Episode
Everything Is ‘Normal’ In The Wonderland That Is Kashmir
Blaming BJP For Rot Within Won’t Help Congress
Jadavpur Fracas Godsend For BJP, It Is Set To Crack Open Left's Citadel
Aurat ka Dal, and 99 Other Reasons Why Not to Impose Hindi
From Cambodian Polls To Broken Heart Syndrome, Valley Newspapers Carry Everything But Kashmir
Karnataka Tops Innovation Index, Delhi Comes First In UT Segment: Niti Aayog
Democracy Is In Danger Under BJP: Raj CM Ashok Gehlot
New 'Great' Brexit Deal Agreed, Reveals UK PM Boris Johnson
Bihar Man Jumps Inside Lion Enclosure In Delhi Zoo, Rescued
8 Cows Among 17 Cattle Found Dead In Govt School, Probe On
Stolen, Not Lost: Aggrieved Depositors Endorse Harsha Bhogle's Call
'There Is A Need To Rewrite History From India's Point Of View', Says Amit Shah
PV Sindhu's Bad Times Continue, Exits Denmark Open Badminton In Round 2
Fake Bazaar! From Lipsticks To Toothpastes, Noodles To Milk, Counterfeit Products Make A Killing
BCCI And The Big Family Drama - Craze For Power Overrides Ethics, Rules
Portrait Of A Cyanide Killer: How Kerala's Jolly Killed Six Family Members Meal By Meal
In Gabbar's Land Why 'Doodh Pi Ke So Jaana' Can Be Deadly
M-S-D: Three Musketeers Who Engineered Kashmir's Bloodless Coup, But Are Their Plans Sustainable?
Death By Debt: Indian Businesses Are Devastated, Tax Terror Adds To Woes
Spilling The Beans: How Murky Was Cafe Coffee Day Founder VG Siddartha's Death
Kashmir Fireworks Incite Separatist Voices In Tamil Nadu, Will It Sully BJP's Image?