Aditya Iyer finds out how the Gandhi mystique plays out on a campaign trail
Is there room for a neutral in the great cricketing debate of this World Cup year?
The spiritual is at its most spectacular when sadhus, seers, seekers, nirvana junkies and tourists of religious kitsch descend on Hinduism’s biggest carnival. Aditya Iyer goes to the Kumbh Mela in Prayagraj
Slam No 15, according to the 'rest'
The future of Test cricket is in safer hands now
World Cups in cricket and rugby, a brand new version of a century-old tennis tournament, and Liverpool’s timely tryst with triumph—it promises to be a breakneck year for the sports fanatic
Kohli’s side creates history by becoming the first Indian team to win the opening Test of a series in Australia
When the 'Gypsy King' rose from the dead in Los Angeles, defying both belief and the referee’s count, heavyweight boxing came alive in the 21st century