• Day-night Test cricket worth a try

    That cricket, in many ways, is not truly governed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) was proved yesterday, when the ICC congratulated Australia and New Zealand for their decision to play a day-night Test with a pink ball at the Adelaide Oval this November

  • It's time to level the playing field

    Yesterday, this paper featured a one page photo feature on physically-challenged sportspersons competing at a swimming meet at the Mahatma Gandhi Swimming Pool in Dadar

  • Make an example of Malwani cops

    On Thursday, this paper had reported how a team from the Malwani police had returned empty-handed from the den of hooch seller Francis D’Mello

  • Why exam results have been off the mark

    Students are scurrying around in a tizzy as junior college admissions are on. Degree college admissions have closed, but desperate students are still scouring colleges hoping to get admission, even after all the lists are out.

  • High time Indian fans watch B'desh in the flesh

    South Africa’s apartheid policy touched a raw nerve and forced the world cricket community to shun them for two decades

  • Hospitals must get their priorities right

    Could timely treatment have saved the lives of at least a few of the 106 victims in the Malwani hooch tragedy is the question that was raised by this paper’s front page report yesterday

  • Let's pledge to save water, come rain or shine

    With the generous amount of rain this city has received in the past few days, there is reason for hope

  • ODI loss not a catastrophe, but worrying times

    Not for a moment, while analysing India’s unprecedented one-day series defeat to Bangladesh, would it be right for cricket pundits to undermine the fine performance by the hosts and sprightly attitude they displayed throughout the two games against India

  • Here's to a healthier life with yoga

    Yesterday, saw a plethora of places mark International Yoga Day. While Delhi, of course, had the massive yoga exercise in full swing, Mumbai too saw huge turnouts at different yoga spots in the city

  • Please, do not spoil the Kodak moment

    The first United Nations International Yoga Day is being marked tomorrow, June 21, across India

  • Here's to Mumbaikars striking back with spirit

    Yesterday, this newspaper carried a front page report about 75,000 auto rickshaws staying off the roads on Wednesday, June 18, just two days after a taxi strike

  • BJP-Sena: Work together, not against each other

    According to Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray, some 600 villages in Maharashtra don’t have electricity and thousands of villages don’t get clean drinking water

  • MCA polls: It's time for a change

    The city’s cricketing fraternity will decide on whether the Mumbai Cricket Association needs a new hierarchy or the same set of administrators

  • Don't wave aside the high tide warnings

    The high tide hi-jinx has begun now that the monsoon has hit Mumbai

  • Be party to constructive work

    Recently, this paper had carried a report about how the Shiv Sena is fuming after Mumbai Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Ashish Shelar went to town with hoardings thanking CM Devendra Fadnavis and PM Narendra Modi for helping the coastal road project to take off

  • Open your mind and see the rainbow

    A commercial created for an online apparel brand featuring a live-in lesbian couple has gone viral

  • MCA elections: Just another poll dance

    Should politicians block the entry of cricketers in the Mumbai Cricket Association’s biennial elections scheduled for June 17? It’s a question which should not be raised anymore since, by and large, cricketers - Test and first-class - have allied with politicians in some way to be part of groups

  • Put an end to all traffic offences, big or small

    A high-profile lawyer, Janhavi Gadkar (35), was driving an Audi Q3 and crashed into a taxi on Monday killing two persons and injuring others

  • Paving the way to an equal society

    One of the more heartening aspects of this year’s SSC results is not the fact that the state had the highest pass percentage ever, or that so many students surpassed expectations and performed better than expected

  • Traffic violators, don't rain on our parade

    Now that Mumbai has seen its pre-monsoon showers and we are racing towards mid-June, the question is: when will the monsoon hit Mumbai? Though the monsoon will bring relief from the searing summer, it is also Mumbai’s most challenging season, if one could call it that