Rakesh Oram plays for Mumbai City FC, but he’s putting Odisha on the Indian football map
Football Association of Odisha’s grassroots programme has led to good results at the junior level. Now, with Oram, they are aiming one level higher.
An Icelander's autobiography offers glimpses of Danish rule in India
Jon Olafsson's book spans the period between 1618-1679.
You’ve read the poem? Now watch a short film about it
Filmmaker Shivam Sharma is giving Hindi and Urdu poems a visual makeover on his YouTube channel The Mansarovar Project.
Disease outbreaks in the age of Facebook
On social media, fears and rumours about outbreaks and epidemics can quickly spread out of control. How can health officials contain the panic?
The visual world
Why motion capture performances (and Andy Serkis) deserve an Oscar
Performing in this way is a unique craft and the truest example of the ability of actors to make the characters they control seem authentic.
Social Media Buzz
'I served for four decades, never lived on extorted money': Outrage over MNS using Army for politics
Questions are raised about Raj Thackeray's demand for 'penance money' – and the Maharashtra chief minister's decision to legitimise the deal.
New Zealand in India
Thanks to Jasprit Bumrah’s toe-crushers, India’s death bowling is no longer a laughing stock
In a refreshing change, India’s bowlers have shown great discipline at the death in the ODIs against New Zealand so far.
Freedom of expression
Time to lift the ban on what Nehru’s aide wrote about him and his contemporaries?
MO Mathai’s autobiography was merciless in both disparagement and detail. The third in our series on books banned in India.
Indians in Hollywood