‘There Will Always Be Only One Pelé’

Boria Majumdar

Remembering a conversation with the late football legend in Kolkata

Pele put his arm around me and asked his assistant to take a photo

An Indian journalist recalls that distant moment in 2003 at the Copenhagen waterfront that he still believes is nothing short of a miracle

Lessons from Morbi

An accountability for the disaster that has a man-made imprint all over it

My Friend, Abe San

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tribute to Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe

“New” Politics

The young poet-politician Kumar Vishwas is top on Kejriwal’s list of people to be fixed

WHO wanted to release Covid deaths report before UP polls

But India had objected to the lack of verified methodology

The Fog of War Crimes

The paradox around war crimes is that war itself is an acknowledgement that ordinary rules don’t exist anymore and the only way to resolve the question is violence

Outrage Against Putin

Putin has become the villainous successor to the Kaiser

No state confirms Oxygen deaths, again

Of 1561 Oxygen plants sanctioned by Centre now 1541 are functional, Govt tells Parliament

We Have Lost

Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the human cost of war


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