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Racism
Gallery  /  Published 12.08.22

Racist spirit: A bane

By Our Web Desk

Cricket  /  Published 12.08.22

Ross Taylor admits to facing racist remarks

Former New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has revealed he was offended by race-based remarks from teammates and staff in New Zealand dressing rooms during his career and said the country’s cricket ...
By Our Bureau in Wellington

Cricket  /  Published 06.07.22

England Cricket Board probes racial abuse allegation

New Zealand Cricket and the players’ association signed a five-year deal on Tuesday that will see male and female cricketers receive equal pay. The agreement will see women’s players at b...
By PTI in Birmingham

Books  /  Published 03.07.22

Why language needs to be decolonized

"Words can be like tiny doses of arsenic: They are swallowed unnoticed, appear to have no effect, and then after a little time the toxic reaction sets in after all."  This quote f...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 16.06.22

Patterson sorry for racist slur

After nearly a decade together, the seven members of BTS need some time apart. The Korean boy band released a video on Tuesday discussing the members’ desire to take a break from their current ...
By Michael Levenson

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Cricket  /  Published 26.04.22

Smith cleared of racial charges

Former South Africa director of cricket Graeme Smith has been cleared of racism allegations by two independent arbitrators, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Sunday. Smith and current head coach Mar...
By Agencies in Johannesburg

Opinion  /  Published 31.03.22

Separate lives: embedded discrimination

Apartheid is usually associated with South Africa. Embedded racism was the beating heart of this ogre. But racial discrimination is prevalent in other nations too. Similarly, South Africa is not the o...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 14.03.22

Letters to the Editor: Stay cool with the traditional 'sherbet'

Tall drink   Sir — In many parts of India, the advent of summer begins around March. Engulfed in the hot and humid weather, there is only one thing that gives people a sense of respite &md...
By The Telegraph

Lifestyle  /  Published 01.03.22

The Bengal Club’s Book Club dug deep into the ethos of David Malouf’s book 'Remembering Babylon'

The book that was written in 1992 and shortlisted for the Booker prize and won the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award speaks of the ruthless killing of thousands of indigenous peoples of the world. So signif...
By Shrestha Saha

Cricket  /  Published 15.01.22

Choke the funds to curb racism

A damning report from a British parliamentary committee, which heard evidence from a tearful Azeem Rafiq in November last year, has recommended that the UK government should cut off public funding giv...
By Amit Roy in London


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