World  /  Published 19.10.20

Wales to impose 2-week lockdown

Wales will impose a two-week “fire-break” lockdown from Friday in which everybody apart from essential workers must stay at home to combat an accelerating second wave of Covid-19. Welsh f...
By Reuters in

Sports  /  Published 17.10.20

Ahmedabad first choice for Day-Night Test

Ahmedabad or Calcutta will host the Day-Night Test against England, the BCCI’s apex council decided during its meeting via teleconference on Saturday evening. The BCCI is determined to host the...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 16.10.20

Vivid picture: Declan Walsh's book on Pakistan

On the line to Cairo, I talk to Declan Walsh about his very engaging new book, The Nine Lives of Pakistan: Dispatches from a Divided Nation, which gives readers “a sense of being there&rdqu...
By Amit Roy in

Business  /  Published 13.10.20

BoE alert on sub-zero interest rate

The Bank of England has asked commercial banks whether they are ready for negative interest rates, signaling that the central bank is moving closer to cutting its key interest rate below zero. If the...
By AP via PTI in London

Sports  /  Published 11.10.20

England prevail in Uefa Nations League

Marcus Rashford’s penalty and a lucky strike from Mason Mount helped England come from a goal down to overcome top-ranked Belgium 2-1 at Wembley on Sunday and climb above them in the Uefa Nation...
By Reuters in London

Sports  /  Published 06.10.20

Baron Botham begins Lords innings

Ian Botham, one of cricket’s legendary all rounders who is best remembered for single-handedly turning round an Ashes Test against Australia at Headingley in 1981 after England had been forced t...
By Amit Roy in London

Opinion  /  Published 02.10.20

Fierce power: 'Tantra' at the British Museum

How the “Tantric goddess Kali” was deployed by freedom fighters in Bengal was highlighted by Imma Ramos, curator of a “landmark” exhibition at the British Museum, Tantra: ...
By Amit Roy in

Sports  /  Published 29.09.20

Fred & Andrew, a tale of two Flintoffs

There are, by his own admission, two versions of Freddie Flintoff. The first is Fred, the man who has lived in the public eye for the better part of two decades, initially as the England cricket team&...
By The Daily Telegraph in

Sports  /  Published 28.09.20

Keen to host England, eye on virus: Sourav

Sourav Ganguly has made it clear that the BCCI’s recent agreement with the Emirates Cricket Board is only “for the IPL” and it will do everything to ensure that the series against En...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 18.09.20

Comic sunshine: India's love for Wodehouse

Why does PG Wodehouse have such a big following in India? This is the question I put to Ben Schott, a 46-year-old British journalist and author who got rave reviews for his first Wodehouse novel, ...
By Amit Roy in London


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