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Feb 20, 2019
At the first-ever World Mallakhamb Championship, pros and novices rub shoulders in MumbaiBritish men sporting bandanas and mehendi drawings on their chests. An Iranian woman wearing a headscarf as she conquers the rope. A French schoolgirl dabbing like Paul Pogba atop a mallakhamb. When the earthy sport of mallakhamb held its first World Championships last weekend, it was a surreal spectacle unlike anything the audience at Shivaji Park had ever seen.
Aug 15, 2018
A unique viewfinder: Photojournalist Kulwant Roy's legacy was nearly lost, then foundKulwant Roy's photographs offer an intimate portrait of the Indian freedom struggle and feature national heroes like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel among others.
Jan 08, 2017
Burhan Wani's death has inspired a new wave of militancy in Kashmir, as young men pick up gunsBasir Rasool Dar and Waseem Ahmad Khanday wereamong the band of young men who picked up guns in 2016's summer uprising in Kashmir, after popular rebel commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani was killed on 8 July
Apr 09, 2015
For Anirban Lahiri, golf is played in the mind as much as on the fairwayLahiri’s interest in golf grew out of a desire to spend time with his dad, an army doctor. He began tagging along with this dad from the age of 8. His competitive interest in golf was kindled four years later when he played his first junior event in 1999 at the Royal Calcutta Golf Club.
Dec 27, 2013
Brandon Fernandes: The Indian footballer who could rock EuropeFernandes has everything going according to plan. The only thing that remains is signing on the dotted line of a good football club — and he's adamant that this club has to be in Europe.