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India captain Virat Kohli.(File)
India captain Virat Kohli.(File)

Should Kohli also step down as ODI captain?

PUBLISHED ON SEP 16, 2021 11:29 PM IST
  • The team composition doesn’t change much between ODIs and T20Is. With two captains, players might find themselves in a tangle moving from one style of leadership to another.
Virat Kohli led RCB as captain for eight years.(IPL/Twitter)
Virat Kohli led RCB as captain for eight years.(IPL/Twitter)

Kohli as RCB captain: Eight seasons, no trophies

PUBLISHED ON SEP 16, 2021 10:57 PM IST
  • He may have stepped down as India's T20 captain, but the scrutiny on him as captain in the IPL remains as harsh as ever.
PSG's Ander Herrera, right, celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the match during the Champions League match.(AP)
PSG's Ander Herrera, right, celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the match during the Champions League match.(AP)

PSG fail to shine on Europe’s night for underdogs

UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 10:15 PM IST
  • First it was Young Boys beating Manchester United. Now it's Club Brugge holding PSG. Over two nights, fairytale runs show why the Super League is such a bad idea.
The announcement of AUKUS is evidence the Afghan exit will not stop the US investing strategic capital in the Indo-Pacific (AFP)
The announcement of AUKUS is evidence the Afghan exit will not stop the US investing strategic capital in the Indo-Pacific (AFP)

The Greatest Game: The Indo-Pacific

By Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 07:14 PM IST
While India has to fashion its own Guard Northwest Policy, the United States exit from Kabul is a net strategic negative for China
Poor students from pandemic-struck homes receiving free education and meals at an NGO in Navi Mumbai. Even as NGOs must be transparent and accountable, the State must see civil society as an ally and not as an adversary. (Representational image/HT PHOTO)
Poor students from pandemic-struck homes receiving free education and meals at an NGO in Navi Mumbai. Even as NGOs must be transparent and accountable, the State must see civil society as an ally and not as an adversary. (Representational image/HT PHOTO)

The role of civil society organisations

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 05:43 PM IST
The government must treat civil society as an ally; non-governmental organisations must be transparent
Representational image. As India moves towards an increasingly digital society, how privacy and data governance laws may impact women’s safety and agency on the internet should not come as an afterthought. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Representational image. As India moves towards an increasingly digital society, how privacy and data governance laws may impact women’s safety and agency on the internet should not come as an afterthought. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Balancing privacy and agency: Data governance needs a gender lens

By Mayank Mishra and Aparajita Bharti
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 05:38 PM IST
Given sensitivities around women’s data and its impact on their ability to use the internet, India’s various data governance proposals that are under discussion currently must be evaluated from a gender lens
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (PTI)

Supplement competitive politics with collaborative economics

By Sandip Ghose
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 05:28 PM IST
There is a discernible shift in approach under the Modi regime. There is a visible increase in the engagement of the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) with global investors. Contrary to what sceptics may suggest, not all of it is limited to photo opportunities
Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel greets Gujarat governor Acharya Devvrat during the state ministerial cabinet swearing-in ceremony in Gandhinagar on Thursday. (PTI)
Gujarat chief minister Bhupendra Patel greets Gujarat governor Acharya Devvrat during the state ministerial cabinet swearing-in ceremony in Gandhinagar on Thursday. (PTI)

The BJP’s Gujarat experiment

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 05:20 PM IST
The party, under Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, has often been ruthless before elections to ward off anti-incumbency. This has usually taken the form of replacing a range of candidates and picking new faces
RCB’s new replacement Tim David is the busiest man in world cricket(TWITTER/SURREY)
RCB’s new replacement Tim David is the busiest man in world cricket(TWITTER/SURREY)

RCB’s new replacement is the busiest man in world cricket

By Rasesh Mandani, Mumbai
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 11:49 PM IST
  • IPL’s first recruit from Singapore, Tim David, played in eight leagues in six geographical locations over the past nine months
Target LA: Seven-year plan for India rugby sevens team to earn Olympics spot(TWITTER)
Target LA: Seven-year plan for India rugby sevens team to earn Olympics spot(TWITTER)

Target LA: Seven-year plan for India rugby sevens team to earn Olympics spot

By Sharda Ugra
UPDATED ON SEP 16, 2021 04:26 PM IST
  • Rugby India has put in place a graded stipend scale for its players. If there is a camp lasting five weeks, it begins with a payout of Rs. 300 a day and ends with the tournament where a player gets Rs. 1500 a day.
A short history of Malinga and those freakish yorkers(GETTY IMAGES)
A short history of Malinga and those freakish yorkers(GETTY IMAGES)

A short history of Malinga and those freakish yorkers

PUBLISHED ON SEP 15, 2021 09:24 PM IST
  • When it comes to fast bowling in T20s, the recently retired Sri Lankan cracked the code before anyone else with an arsenal of unplayable deliveries.
Agriculture needs an honest political conversation (Arabinda Mahapatra)
Agriculture needs an honest political conversation (Arabinda Mahapatra)

India’s farmers need a ‘new deal’

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 08:10 PM IST
If farming does not generate adequate incomes, India’s farmers cannot be blamed for not making investments in augmenting production and sustainability techniques
India’s telecom revolution sparked a change in the social, economic and political structures (Shutterstock)
India’s telecom revolution sparked a change in the social, economic and political structures (Shutterstock)

A lifeline for the telecom sector

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 08:06 PM IST
The government has done well to step in. Now, sustain the spirit of reforms. A thriving sector cannot be built on the backs of failed companies
Vinay Menon (L) with Thomas Tuchel. (HT)
Vinay Menon (L) with Thomas Tuchel. (HT)

The Indian yoga guru behind Chelsea's wellness, success

By Sanjjeev K Samyal, Mumbai
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 11:38 PM IST
  • Vinay Menon’s work, simply put, is to help players as well as support staff deal with stress as well as difficult thoughts and emotions, a work that became even more critical during the pandemic.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (File photo)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (File photo)

How Modi restored the credibility of Indian capitalism

By Rajeev Mantri
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 06:13 PM IST
Where the credibility of capitalism has been undermined in the US, its credibility has been burnished in India due to measures such as the insolvency and bankruptcy code (IBC)
Then US President Donald Trump speaks during an Abraham Accords signing ceremony event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on September 15, 2020. (File photo)
Then US President Donald Trump speaks during an Abraham Accords signing ceremony event on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on September 15, 2020. (File photo)

A year after the Abraham Accords, it serves as a beacon of hope in West Asia

By Rony Yedidia Clein
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 06:06 PM IST
The September 15, 2020 ceremony on the White House lawn was a historic event with the potential to transform West Asia. Now, we celebrate the Accords themselves along with the remarkable achievements accomplished in just a year, even under difficult Covid-19 pandemic conditions
Representational Image. (File photo)
Representational Image. (File photo)

For climate finance, create a level playing field

By Manjeev Singh Puri
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 05:34 PM IST
John Kerry must back enhanced access to financial markets for developing countries, stepped-up grants, and multilateral financing
Representational Image. (HT archive)
Representational Image. (HT archive)

In Delhi, how urbanisation, economics and environment eroded agriculture

By Abhishek Dey
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 11:18 AM IST
The dip in farming in Delhi is now established by data. Cropped area in Delhi dropped from 33,700 hectares in 2010 to 29,000 hectares in 2020, according to the government’s statistical data records
Smoke is seen billowing out of the ground and first floor of the Taj Hotel in south Mumbai during security personnel's Operation Cyclone following the 26/11 terror attacks in 2008. (File photo)
Smoke is seen billowing out of the ground and first floor of the Taj Hotel in south Mumbai during security personnel's Operation Cyclone following the 26/11 terror attacks in 2008. (File photo)

26/11: What Mumbai Diaries gets right, and what it gets wrong

UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 10:52 AM IST
When the new web series, Mumbai Diaries 26/11 dropped last week, it wasn’t the first attempt to portray the horrific events surrounding the 2008 attacks on India’s financial capital when terrorists unleashed an attack that left 172 dead and changed India’s security outlook and apparatus forever
Leader of Opposition in the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly Edapaddi K. Palaniswami walks out with AIADMK MLAs sporting black badges over NEET suicides during the Budget Session at Kalaivanar Arangam in Chennai on September 13. (PTI)
Leader of Opposition in the Tamil Nadu legislative assembly Edapaddi K. Palaniswami walks out with AIADMK MLAs sporting black badges over NEET suicides during the Budget Session at Kalaivanar Arangam in Chennai on September 13. (PTI)

The story behind the Tamil Nadu-NEET controversy

UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 10:23 AM IST
The Tamil Nadu assembly, on Monday, passed a bill to scrap NEET and admit students to undergraduate programmes in medicine on the basis of their performance in their Class 12 examinations — a move that the state government said was in the interests of “social justice”
Around 85% proteins are considered “undruggable” because scientists haven’t been able to get any candidate drug to stick to them well. (Representational Image)
Around 85% proteins are considered “undruggable” because scientists haven’t been able to get any candidate drug to stick to them well. (Representational Image)

Scientifically Speaking | A new drug takes on one of cancer’s toughest targets

By Anirban Mahapatra
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 10:02 AM IST
Around 80% of the time in cancer cells, the mutations occur at a single building block of KRAS located at position 12 of the protein. One little mistake causes so much damage
Snake venom is believed to be used in traditional Chinese medicines as antidotes and by high-end drug abusers. (Photo Courtesy- Wildlife crime control bureau)
Snake venom is believed to be used in traditional Chinese medicines as antidotes and by high-end drug abusers. (Photo Courtesy- Wildlife crime control bureau)

Mystery of snake venom smuggling persists: Red Dragon Code 6097

UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 04:37 PM IST
One of the theories considered by investigators suggests that the venom originates from snake farms in Thailand and smuggled through Bangladesh, India and Nepal for its final destination either in China or in European countries
Fans look on as the 5th Test between India and England in Manchester is cancelled. (Getty)
Fans look on as the 5th Test between India and England in Manchester is cancelled. (Getty)

Biggest sufferer in the Old Trafford episode has been the Test cricket fan

By Cricketwallah/Ayaz Memon
UPDATED ON SEP 15, 2021 08:32 AM IST
  • Seeing the gravity of the crisis, BCCI and ECB should have addressed the matter quickly, jointly and publicly to assuage feelings. Fans have a right to know what’s happening and the road ahead in their sport.
Brandon Fernandes(ISL / Twitter)
Brandon Fernandes(ISL / Twitter)

Going abroad to sit on the bench makes no sense: Brandon Fernandes

By Dhiman Sarkar, Kolkata
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 08:33 PM IST
Lack of game time at a foreign club would mean wasting your years, says India and FC Goa midfielder.
Still from India boxer Ashish Kumar's Quarterfinal bout at Tokyo Olympics 2020(REUTERS)
Still from India boxer Ashish Kumar's Quarterfinal bout at Tokyo Olympics 2020(REUTERS)

World boxing body set for fresh revamp of problem area—scoring

By Avishek Roy, New Delhi
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 07:28 PM IST
With the Tokyo Olympics finished, global federation AIBA planning to reintroduce a scoring system that restores the primacy of punches.
US secretary of state Antony Blinken. (File photo)
US secretary of state Antony Blinken. (File photo)

End the delusion on Pakistan

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 06:01 PM IST
For 20 years, Islamabad sold a story of indispensability to Washington. The outcome was a humiliating US exit from Afghanistan. It is time for the American establishment to end its delusion on Pakistan
Miranda House, North Campus, New Delhi. (File photo)
Miranda House, North Campus, New Delhi. (File photo)

How Miranda House went from 33 students in 1948 to a top public HEI

By Chandrachur Singh and Hena Singh
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 05:55 PM IST
Topping the charts is not an easy enterprise. However, Miranda’s rise proves that educational institutions can excel by motivating stakeholders to act in concert for setting and achieving goals of collective excellence
The impact of the income tax portal fiasco on assessees must be the sole factor in finding solutions. No penal action must taken for glitches related to non-compliance for genuine assessees. (HT archive)
The impact of the income tax portal fiasco on assessees must be the sole factor in finding solutions. No penal action must taken for glitches related to non-compliance for genuine assessees. (HT archive)

Infosys row: The unanswered questions on the tax portal

By Prabal Basu Roy
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 05:23 PM IST
Equating perceived incompetence with extremist motives such as an anti-national agenda to destabilise the economy is unpardonable when commenting on icons such as Nandan Nilekani, or Infosys. Hold the company accountable, but don’t demonise it. The government is an equal partner in this
Union minister for environment and climate change Bhupender Yadav and United States special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry at the launch of CAFMD at Indira Paryawaran Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday, September 13. (Arvind Yadav/HT photo)
Union minister for environment and climate change Bhupender Yadav and United States special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry at the launch of CAFMD at Indira Paryawaran Bhawan in New Delhi on Monday, September 13. (Arvind Yadav/HT photo)

On climate, the Delhi-DC dynamic

By HT Editorial
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 05:02 PM IST
While Washington’s promise to facilitate the availability of finance and clean tech to India can help accelerate the energy transition, and restore the trust between the developing and the developed world, there is still lack of clarity on the quantum and timelines for such a roll-out
India has, with the dishonourable exception of the 20-month Emergency in 1975-77, been a glowing example of a successful democracy. (File photo)
India has, with the dishonourable exception of the 20-month Emergency in 1975-77, been a glowing example of a successful democracy. (File photo)

To save democracies and warn autocrats, the political will of citizens is key

By Ram Madhav
UPDATED ON SEP 14, 2021 02:50 PM IST
It was the undaunting spirit of the people of India in democratic values and institutions that was responsible for the restoration of democracy in 1977. That political will of the masses is the only guarantor of the survival of democracy, and also a warning for future authoritarians. Leaders must strive to uphold that power, not undermine it
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