Sat, Oct 14 2017. 11 36 PM IST
An innings-specific look at the best players and teams with the ball in the second innings of ODIs
In the latest edition of a monthly series of long form interviews, Mint On Sunday’s Sidin Vadukut speaks to historian Audrey Truschke
Richard Thaler has just won the highest prize in economics for his stellar work in behavioural economics. But India is no stranger to some home-grown nudgers of its own.
On the sidelines of a sports charity event in Mumbai, Yuvraj Singh talks about his relationship with sport
Wars, history and pasts may not be forgiven in Manipur’s Sekmai village, but at least they are forgotten during the course of a tipsy yu-induced evening
The mobile phone is now our most significant tool of identification
SC bans sale of firecrackers in NCR during Diwali season; Bharti Airtel to acquire consumer mobile business of Tata Teleservices; Ashish Nehra retires from all formats of cricket
Sat, Oct 14 2017. 11 35 PM IST
As Royal Caribbean’s latest effort to awe cruisers, Symphony of the Seas will offer robot bartenders, a 10-storey-high slide and a duplex family suite with its own movie theatre
Between keeping $100 million to myself and earning the Pulitzer, what may be a better choice? Where do I put skin in the game? Is it morally incumbent?
Sat, Oct 07 2017. 11 31 PM IST
This definitive guide to the U-17 Fifa World Cup in India is all you need to get ready for the greatest tournament in Indian football history