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The quota question: South Africa’s cricket reservations for inclusivity

As South Africa lick their wounds following perhaps their worst-ever Test series defeat, questions have inevitably turned to the country’s controversial quota policy. With a slew of...

From New Zealand to New Delhi: Meet YouTube’s Karl Rock

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karl rock
  When Karl Rock picks up the phone (with a cheerful ‘Namaste!’ no less), his New Zealand accent is apparent. That is, until he bursts...

India has world’s largest diaspora: UN

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indian diaspora
  India has the world's largest diaspora with about 18 million people born there now living abroad, according to John Wilmoth, the director of UN's...

Biryani Bonanza: 3 delicious recipes to try this Republic Day

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  Talk about biryanis, and you’ll encounter way too many FAQs. Do you cook the rice and meat separately, or together? Do you use the...

Natarajan: From the dusty fields in Salem to Gabba high

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Natarajan
  Pace bowler T Natarajan had all odds stacked against him growing up. His family, led by a father who toiled for daily wages and...

India’s Buddhist Kung Fu nuns

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Buddhist Kung Fu nuns kicking hard at centuries-old taboos
  They are the Buddhist Kung Fu nuns of Drukpa lineage, known globally for trekking across the Himalayas to pick up trash, paddling through mountain...
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