Sat, 23 May, 2020
Tue, 12 May, 2020
Indian bowlers face a dilemma over whether to apply saliva to shine the ball against South Africa while England’s players have been asked not to sign autographs or take selfies with fans following the coronavirus outbreak.
Wed, 11 Mar, 2020
Quarter of a century ago, 179 governments pledged to provide information to help young people make ‘responsible’ decisions about sex and sexuality. It is time to implement that pledge, by giving teens the information and safe spaces they need, writes
Fri, 06 Sep, 2019
Cyclone Fani has torn through India's eastern coast as a grade 5 storm, lashing beaches with rain and winds gusting up to 200km/h and affecting weather as far away as Mount Everest as it approached the former imperial capital of Kolkata.
Fri, 03 May, 2019
Back in the day, when a public figure could make a suggestion without filtering it through rigorous sensibilities, Theodore Roosevelt, speaking about diplomacy offered: “If you’ve got them by the, em, manhood, their hearts and minds will follow.”
Tue, 23 Apr, 2019
The dark side of internet technology in general and Facebook — which now owns WhatsApp and Instagram — in particular have been among the many problems governments have wrestled with throughout 2018. They remain unresolved as we welcome the new year. Like the hydrogen bomb, the technology cannot be uninvented, yet legislatures around the free world struggle to find ways to curtail its destructive power.
Fri, 28 Dec, 2018