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Voting in Brazil

Its electoral process faces two challenges: party fragmentation and campaign finance.


Watch: Brazilian Beauty contest ends in a catfight

Accusing Toledo of having bought the title Hayalla left in a rage.


Food Story: How Sorpotel travelled from Brazil to India

Designed to feed the working populace, popularised by traders, enjoyed by royals, these are today a part of culinary legacy.

File - Adriene Nascimento who was killed by a stray bullet, during her funeral at the Sao Joao Batista cemetery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Jan 27, 2015. (AP Photo)

Rio de Janeiro unnerved by innocent lives lost in crossfires

“The government says it’s ‘pacified’ our slum, but people keep dying. The violence keeps growing.”


Brazil storm: Hundreds of thousands face water crisis in Sao Paulo

Sabesp said 350,000 people in a district, where it took longer to restore energy remained without water.


Mark Webber survives grave crash in Brazil

Veteran Australian motor racing driver Mark Webber was injured in a high-speed crash at the Sao Paulo event.


Pele says ‘nothing serious’ with him, thanks for love and support

Pele had an operation to remove kidney stones on Nov. 13, but he was readmitted to the hospital on Monday.

Brazilian police killed more than 11,000 people between 2009 and 2013 for an average of six killings a day.

Brazilian police kill about 6 people a day: Study

Brazilian police killed more than 11,000 people between 2009 and 2013 for an average of six killings a day.


After the re-election

Brazil faces serious challenges. Is President Dilma Rousseff up to the task?

Brazil Election

Demonstrators want impeachment of Brazil president Dilma Rousseff

Police in Brazil’s biggest city say over 2,000 people staged a demonstration demanding President’s impeachment.


Dilma Rousseff re-elected as Brazil President; faces an uphill task ahead to revive stalled economy

Rousseff and Neves fought bitterly to convince voters that they can deliver on both growth and social advances.

Brazil Elections

Brazil elections: ‘Ghosts of the past’ versus ‘Monsters of the present’

Brazilian voters electing a new president this weekend are being asked to decide what scares them least.

Brazil elections: Dilma Rousseff to face Neves in presidential run-off

A year after a spasm of huge anti-government protests across Brazil, Dilma Rousseff piled up more votes than any challenger.


Brazilians vote in an election full of surprises

Dimla Rousseff held a commanding lead in all recent opinion polls, with her support rising to 46 pc in a survey.


A new club for India

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