SamBorden, The New York Times,RebeccaRuiz | Wednesday July 29, 2015
Michel Platini, the head of European soccer's confederation, UEFA, will announce as early as this week that he will run for what many believe is the most powerful position in international sports, according to two soccer officials who have been briefed on his campaign. Merely by entering the race, Platini, 60, a former midfielder for the French nat...
Offbeat | Amrita Kohli | Tuesday July 28, 2015
What a hoot, this one. You just have to hand it to this unfazed little owlet for refusing to back down against an officer in charge. In its defence, its only crime was being too darn adorable.
World News | Dennis Overbye, The New York Times | Friday July 24, 2015
Inching ahead on their quest for what they call Earth 2.0, astronomers from NASA's Kepler planet-hunting spacecraft announced Thursday that they had found what might be one of the closest analogues to our world yet.
World News | Dan Bilefsky, The New York Times | Wednesday July 22, 2015
Fragments of what researchers say are part of one of the world's oldest manuscripts of the Quran have been found at the University of Birmingham, the school said Wednesday.
MikeSelvey | Tuesday July 21, 2015
Australia's second Test dismantling of the hosts has been followed by a wide range of opinions on what the hosts should do next. But as New Zealand have shown, avoiding sweeping changes after bad results can pay off
MikeSelvey | Monday July 20, 2015
Australia's second Test dismantling of the hosts has been followed by a wide range of opinions on what the hosts should do next. But as New Zealand have shown, avoiding sweeping changes after bad results can pay off.
Reuters | Monday July 20, 2015
New Zealand firms are using the country's reputation for innovation in the film industry to stake out claims to what is expected to be a drone boom in Hollywood.
World News | Maggie Haberman and Michael Barbaro, The New York Times | Monday July 20, 2015
In what passes for normal inside Donald Trump's unorthodox campaign for president, he flew from Arkansas to Iowa on his Trump-emblazoned jet on Friday, arrived the next morning at a candidate forum without any prepared remarks and, wearing a bright red tie that evoked his days on "The Apprentice," told the world exactly what he thought about Sen. J...
World News | Vanessa Friedman, The New York Times | Friday July 17, 2015
If her first red carpet appearance (at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday night) is anything to go by, the brouhaha surrounding Caitlyn Jenner's appearance in a bustier on the cover of Vanity Fair, which produced a multitude of editorials about what being a woman looks like, has not swayed her style choices.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday July 15, 2015
Greece today geared up for a parliamentary vote on draconian reforms demanded by eurozone creditors in exchange for a huge new bailout, in what could be Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's toughest political test yet.
India News | Reported by Manish Kumar, Edited by Aashna Harjani | Tuesday July 14, 2015
In what has become a new habit, Chief Ministers Nitish Kumar and Arvind Kejriwal will seek each other's company tomorrow for the fourth time in the last two months.
Press Trust of India | Monday July 13, 2015
Government's new national income estimates have "confused and perplexed many" and its measure of growth of economic activity is "quite removed" from what is happening on the Street, Bajaj Auto chairman Rahul Bajaj has said.
Mark Scott, The New York Times | Wednesday July 8, 2015
Uber and Airbnb are similar in many ways. Both born in San Francisco, and are both flush with investor money.
Helen Pidd, John Hooper, Oliver Burkeman, Bruce Douglas, Murithi Mutiga and Tom Phillips, Guardian.co.uk | Tuesday July 7, 2015
In Rome, a lunch break is enshrined in law. In Rio, food vouchers come with the job. So what can we learn from the way the rest of the world lunches? Writers from Nairobi to New York find out what's on the menu.
Siddharth Vinayak Patankar | Saturday July 4, 2015
The new GLE is going to replace the ML-Class in India later this year. We drive it to see what it's all about
The New York Times | Friday July 3, 2015
Why are there so many economic disasters in Europe? Actually, what's striking at this point is how much the origin stories of European crises differ.
NDTV Auto Team | Monday June 29, 2015
Though it's not a huge one, but there is a market for premium SUVs in India and there will be more coming soon. While some will be next generation models, there will be some new ones and we take a look at what's about to come.
World News | Reuters | Thursday June 25, 2015
The head of NATO said on Wednesday the alliance would not be forced into a new arms race with Russia but said what he called Moscow's aggression in Ukraine had compelled it to strengthen its defences.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 23, 2015
The United Nations has opened a new office in Seoul to monitor North Korea's human rights record, prompting a warning from Pyongyang of 'resolute toughest' action against what it termed a grave provocation.
Opinion | Ashutosh | Wednesday June 24, 2015
I am really thankful to all who are spending their valuable time to criticise the AAP ad that's playing out on television. When the advertisement was designed, it was intended to target a particular audience; we were not sure if it would reach them, but our friends in the opposition and others who used to work with us have made our task easier - t...
Opinion | Mani Shankar Aiyar | Monday June 22, 2015
How appropriate that a minister with a stain on her reputation as big as the bindi on her forehead should have been sent to New York to represent India at the International Yoga Day celebrations. What should have been a day of pride for all of us has instead been turned into a Hindutva tamasha by our Events Manager to beat all Events Managers.
India News | Friday June 19, 2015
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh today coined a new yoga asana to deride what he called Prime Minister Narendra Modi's silence on the Lalit Modi controversy - the "Lalit-Asana."
World News | Reuters | Thursday June 18, 2015
Several Canadian government websites were taken down in a cyber attack on Wednesday, the government said, with the hacking group Anonymous taking responsibility in what it said was retaliation for a new anti-terrorism law passed by Canada's parliament.