A summer without the French Open: Reflections on growing up with tennis, in a world that cannot afford sports
The French Open has been to my summer what a Rafael Nadal victory has been to the French Open: an inevitable, intractable fact of life.
Madeleine Pape, once Caster Semenya's competitor and proponent of IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules, disappointed by CAS ruling
Madeleine Pape, once Caster Semenya's competitor and proponent of IAAF's hyperandrogenism rules, disappointed by CAS ruling.
Rajkot police's letter seeks to be a comprehensive measure to refrain people from playing PUBG.
26/11 Mumbai attacks: 10 years on, forensic expert remembers the night terrorist Abu Ismail was brought in
Dr Shailesh Mohite himself conducted the post-mortem on Abu Ismail, who had several gunshot wounds on his body.
In 1988, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced an ambitious campaign to rid the world of polio by 2000. It’s 2018, and polio still persists in pockets, including cases of vaccine-derived polio in India.
In India, suicide statistics have been growing at an alarming rate. In 1978 for instance, the suicide rate (counted as deaths per one lakh people) was 6.3, now it is 10.6.
Among the dozens of competitors at a cubing championship being held in Mumbai, the few women are a novelty in the testosterone-heavy room.
Six youngsters from India, part of the Oscar Foundation's football-for-development initiative, will be travelling to Russia to participate in a series of workshops and conferences and watch a game at the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup
Maharashtra authorities lack awareness on child-friendly provisions in POCSO Act, finds study by two non-profits
A report by two non-profits suggests that there is a lack of awareness among authorities which implement the POCSO Act, which deals with child sexual abuse.
Bhima-Koregaon caste violence: 16 juveniles arrested during Maharashtra bandh clashes released on bail
Sixteen boys who were arrested by the Govandi police during the protests last Wednesday during the Maharashtra bandh have been released on bail.
The New Yorker's fiction editor Deborah Treisman talks about viral story #CatPerson, fact checking fiction, and the flood of submissions in the Trump era
Dawoodi Bohra succession case: Three-day examination of Syedna Taher Fakhruddin yields little new information
Fakhruddin’s claim that he is the true Dai al-Mutlaq, or leader of the 1.5-million strong Dawoodi Bohra community is a continuation of a claim made by his father.
David Finkelhor, a leading expert in the area of child sexual abuse, on identifying risk factors and formulating effective policies to tackle the problem
Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra, on creating a Mahatma Gandhi mural at the Churchgate Station for St+art Mumbai
In Maharashtra, POCSO sees lowest conviction in speedy trials, victims' character often called into question
A study of 1,330 judgments given under POCSO act across Maharashtra showed several instances when characters of victims were questioned even though the law doesn't allow it
In its brief career so far, AltNews has quickly begun to acquire a reputation as a slayer of fake news
A few minutes after 8 pm (Central European Time Zone) on Sunday, the serious faces of Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen rotated dramatically on giant screens set up in the public grounds of the Louvre, whirling for a few seconds until the results flashed
Karine Colman stepped out of queue briefly to chase her young son, then retrieved him and returned to her place in the line behind 10 other voters. At 10.30am, the polling venue at the town hall in the 14th arrondissement of Paris was already seeing a steady stream of voters. This Sunday France votes for its president; and the choice lies between the independent centrist Emmanuel Macron and the far-right leader Marine Le Pen.
As France goes to polls, what will triumph? Emmanuel Macron's pro-Europe approach, or Marine Le Pen's white-hot nationalism?
Emmanuel Macron, the centrist, pro-Europe candidate has widened his lead on his right-wing, populist rival Marine Le Pen ahead of Sunday’s presidential vote in France, in what is essentially his election to lose.