The Art and Science of Fitness | Elite sport helps in getting the general popula
Often, the case built for elite sporting events is based on the assumption that they will make people more physically active. Does research back the claim?
Published on Jun 02, 2023 10:57 PM IST
In Chhattisgarh, alcohol has always been a potent election mix
Despite a pre-poll promise to ban liquor, CM Bhupesh Baghel recently remarked that the move is simply not feasible. Here’s why his hands are tied.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 10:57 PM IST
WTC Final: Getting back up to pace
Australia's bowlers need to shake off their rust while the Indians need to find their Test rhythm
Published on Jun 02, 2023 10:33 PM IST
Sanjjeev K Samyal, Mumbai
Himalayan ties back on track
Despite China’s looming presence and thorny geopolitical issues, Nepal’s pragmatism and India’s accommodation have bolstered ties
Published on Jun 02, 2023 09:57 PM IST
Women are playing a vital role in millet push
Indian women women are showing the way forward on nutrition and food security, for the nation and the world
Manipur’s implosion offers a stern warning
There are far too many affected and aggrieved parties in Manipur and the administration seems to have misread the writing on the wall
Terms of Trade | Nuanced economic debates will not matter in 2024
Economic factors will play a big role in the BJP retaining power next year. Despite headline numbers, the impact of policies on grassroots voters will be key
What differentiates the clear net from the dark net? Where does the dark web fit in? And how did it all begin? Take a look.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 09:19 PM IST
Stranger things: What costs the most, and least, on the dark web
Paintings, passwords, passports; guides on how to text women, or get free pizza. See what’s making news and setting records on the virtual black market.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 09:05 PM IST
Out of the shadows: The changing landscape of the dark web
Media houses are setting up shop here; Facebook too. NGOs are raising funds; rebels are rallying supporters. Products range from guns to embarrassing self-help.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 08:39 PM IST
Ariel view: How mermaidcore fashion is making a splash
Where did the aesthetic come from? Why is it being called a feminist take on the folk-tale trope? How can you pull the look together? Dive in for answers.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 08:05 PM IST
Wrestling the wrong idea: Whose medals are these anyway?
India’s obsession with mega-event medals, particularly the Olympics, is our most privileged lazy habit that equates sporting medals with national self-esteem
Published on Jun 02, 2023 08:00 PM IST
Koffee and a director’s cut: Anupama Chopra on Karan Johar the filmmaker
He’s a talk-show host, emcee, fashionista, designer, producer… but it’s Karan Johar the movie-maker that we are most eager to see, Chopra says.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 07:59 PM IST
Putting the little things in their place: Life Hacks by Charles Assisi
Even when we know we’re doing it, we can’t seem to peel away from the trivial, to focus on what is vital. I’m now trying a new way out, Assisi says.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 12:57 PM IST
Number theory: Understanding the political economy of free electricity
An HT analysis of data on domestic urban power tariffs for various states and Union territories (UTS) shows that these vary significantly across states.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 04:19 PM IST
Mendilibar’s simple football fetches Sevilla’s record seventh
The Spaniard allayed relegation fears before renewing the bond with Europa League.
Published on Jun 02, 2023 12:57 AM IST
Dhiman Sarkar, Kolkata
CSK got me back on my feet: Tushar Deshpande
CSK’s highest wicket-taker talks about learning death-overs bowling from Dwayne Bravo and the joy of getting his father snapped with MS Dhoni.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 07:20 AM IST
Rasesh Mandani, Mumbai
Mizoram faces refugee influx as conflict rages on
Mizoram shares a 95-km long border with riot-hit Manipur.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 04:19 PM IST
Confusion, uncertainty in Maharashtra’s ‘Uniform City’ Solapur
Solapur, India, produces 30 million sets of school uniforms annually across India, including around five million that are exported to other countries.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 04:18 PM IST
Sudharsan interview: 'I will definitely love to bring more power to my batting'
If the left-hander can have the same growth curve as Gill, he is likely to be a more regular member of the Titans juggernaut next season.
Published on Jun 01, 2023 11:41 PM IST
Vivek Krishnan, New Delhi
US House passes bill to avert debt default: Senate to process legislation next
The passage of the bill helps the US avert what would have been an unprecedented default on its obligations and an economic crisis.
Updated on Jun 02, 2023 04:24 PM IST
Prashant Jha, Washington
In search of Ron DeSantis’s foreign-policy doctrine
It’s not Trumpism, but it’s not not Trumpism either. As far as we can tell. Maybe
Published on Jun 01, 2023 09:35 PM IST
How to predict record-shattering weather events
Meteorologists are trying to work out just how common they will become
Published on Jun 01, 2023 09:29 PM IST
The biggest obstacle to saving rainforests is lawlessness
Until that is tackled, nothing else will work
Published on Jun 01, 2023 09:06 PM IST
Key players of the 36-day wrestlers' protest
A core group of three wrestlers met in December and decided it was time to protest against the alleged sexual harassment of WFI chief Brij Bhushan Singh
Published on Jun 01, 2023 08:43 PM IST
Interview : Deepti Naval - “I always knew I wanted to write about my childhood”
The actor talks about visiting her home town, Amritsar, meeting long lost relatives and about her memoir A Country Called Childhood
Updated on Jun 01, 2023 08:38 PM IST
Break the silence on the wrestlers’ protest
Since 2010, India’s women athletes are shining across sports. But on-field triumphs demand greater respect off it
Updated on Jun 01, 2023 07:00 PM IST
First signs of thaw in US-China ties, but road to normalcy is uphill
The resumption of formal bilateral dialogue has been accompanied by deepening friction and sustained suspicion
Updated on Jun 01, 2023 06:55 PM IST
Find a balance between secure and humane jails
Any new law must be visionary, stand the test of time, and be able to meet future challenges
Updated on Jun 01, 2023 06:46 PM IST
The many meanings of Nehruvian
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru died on May 27, 1964. But he lives on in political, economic, and social ideas that remain in circulation even today
Published on Jun 01, 2023 06:39 PM IST