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A new club for India

With BRICS, we seem to have mistaken an acronym for real policy.


Brazil’s upside-down World Cup: Bad on the field, good off it

For years, the country’s government has endured grueling criticism from FIFA over severely delayed stadiums.


BRICS of a new world

The Fortaleza summit should address the undermining of the multilateral trading system.

Delhi confidential: Envoy to rescue

Among the guests was Markandey Katju, former Supreme Court judge and now chairman of the Press Council of India.

Germany wants Modi to meet Merkel on his way to Brazil

Modi will be making a transit halt at Frankfurt on his way to Brazil to attend the BRICS summit in July.


Abhishek Bachchan flying off to Brazil for FIFA finals

Abhishek Bachchan does not want to miss out on the finale of the ongoing FIFA World Cup.

It’s a Tough Draw

In which the football World Cup threatens to eclipse the biggest stories but is thwarted by the
ISIS crisis


Playing ball

Politics has taken a backseat. It’s time to be a sport.

Memo’s memes

Mexico’s Ochoa has made the goalie the talking point in this World Cup.


FIFA World Cup: Rain of goals drowns out fears of troubled tournament

Many worried that return of the World Cup to Brazil after 64 years could be most troubled in recent memory.

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Media created negative image about politics: Goa CM Parrikar on his ministers’ junket to Brazil

The Brazil visit of six MLAs, sparked a controversy after the state sports department sanctioned Rs 89 lakh for the tour.


Under pressure, Goa ministers agree to spend own money for Brazil trip, junket cancelled

Goa Fisheries Minister Avertano Furtado made it clear on Friday that the ministers would go on Brazil trip at own expense.

6 Goa MLAs to go to Brazil to watch WC, Congress slams govt

The Congress criticised the government, calling the trip a ‘loot’ of the exchequer.


Let them eat football

The staging of the World Cup frames the contrast between Brazil’s investment in vanity projects and vital infrastructure and social needs.


FIFA World Cup: Saying their Sunday graces

Brazilians substitute one routine for another, paying obeisance at the Arena Corinthians instead of the church.


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