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Match of the day: Sport vs ecology

We need a profound rethinking of the meaning of sustainability in sport — the global commercial model is neither environmentally nor socially sound

Modi’s dangerous game in India

The Modi government’s ‘reign of terror’ is aimed at silencing Muslims into submission on the path to a nation ruled by a far right version of Hinduism

​Arundhati Roy: Brilliant, troubled and troubling

The acclaimed author unwittingly finds herself in disputed territory but she sticks to her principles and keeps on fighting

Roy brings nationalists no joy

The writer-activist’s return to fiction remains as unsparing of India’s failings as her nonfiction

Back to the storyboard

Arundhati Roy wrote a Booker winner, then became a political activist. Ten years and two court cases later, she has begun a second novel. Randeep Ramesh speaks to the author.

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