Articles about Sao Paulo
20 May 2020
Coronavirus: Brazil records biggest spike in COVID-19 cases, deaths
Brazil on Tuesday saw the biggest jump in deaths due to COVID-19. The nation's death toll rose by 1,179 to 17,971, according to its Health Ministry.
18 May 2020
Coronavirus: Hospitals in danger of collapse in Brazil's Sao Paulo
As the number of coronavirus infections rises in Brazil, the nation's largest city Sao Paulo could see a collapse of its health system.
25 Mar 2020
Trump, Modi, and Conte: How are world leaders tackling coronavirus
The world will be categorized into the pre-coronavirus phase and the one after that.
17 Mar 2020
Amid coronavirus crisis, hundreds flee from four Brazilian prisons
If dealing with the deadly coronavirus wasn't enough, authorities in Brazil have now a new problem at hand — they have to hunt hundreds of prisoners who escaped from four prison facilities on Monday.
08 Dec 2019
Ranking the top footballers to have played for one club
When it comes to club football, players generally tend to play for a club that pays the most.
22 Sep 2019
Australia runs out of water, braces for 'Day Zero'
As climate change continues to escalate globally, over a dozen towns in Australia are nearing Day Zero, the day when the taps run dry.
26 Aug 2019
Alia Bhatt, DiCaprio share wrong/fake images of Amazon rainforest fires
The Amazon rainforest burned in silence for weeks, making headlines only after forestfires consumed acres of land.
30 Jul 2019
Police close rape case against Neymar citing lack of evidence
The Brazilian Police have closed the alleged rape case against Brazilian footballer, Neymar Jr., citing lack of evidence.
15 Jul 2019
List of unbreakable records in football
The game of football is the most popular sport in the world.
28 Jun 2019
Copa America quarter-finals preview: All details here
Argentina are up against Venezuela in a crunch Copa America 2019 quarters battle later tonight.
14 Jun 2019
Brazil vs Bolivia: Preview, head-to-head, line-ups and Dream XI
Brazil get set for the international season when they take on Bolivia in the opening game of the Copa America 2019 at the Estádio do Morumbi in Sao Paulo on Friday.
07 Jun 2019
Soon, Uber will offer quick helicopter rides: Details here
Back in 2015, ride-hailing giant Ola played a witty April Fools' Day prank by announcing OLA Air - helicopter rides for metro cities.
05 Jun 2019
Brazil's Neymar might not play Copa America 2019: Reports
Brazilian star striker Neymar might not play the upcoming Copa America due to psychological concerns.
02 Jun 2019
Neymar accused of rape, he defends himself by releasing messages
Brazilian star footballer Neymar has been accused of raping a woman at a Paris hotel but he has vehemently denied the allegations.
01 Apr 2019
#AprilFoolsDay: All the pranks Google is playing this year
Every year, tech giants play some very weird, not to mention hilarious, April Fools' Day pranks on their customers.
20 Mar 2019
Three Indian cities cheapest to live in, globally: Survey
The Economist Intelligence Unit has released its annual 'Worldwide Cost of Living Survey' for 2019.
21 Feb 2019
This tiny restaurant in South Africa is world's best eatery
If you love to taste various cuisines and you are a food connoisseur, this piece of news might excite you.
25 Jan 2019
Copa America 2019 draw: All you need to know
The Copa America 2019 will be the 46th edition of the tournament. It is set to be hosted by Brazil.
06 Jan 2019
Liverpool, Manchester United, Real Madrid after Porto's Eder Militao
Transfer season fever has gripped European football at the moment, and reports of clubs wanting to sign several upcoming stars are doing the rounds.
08 Dec 2018
Dozen killed, including six hostages, in foiled Brazil bank assaults
Twelve people, including six hostages, were killed in northeast Brazil yesterday after police foiled a gang of armed robbers staging a simultaneous predawn assault on two banks in Milagres, a municipality in the state of Ceará, the officials said.
05 Dec 2018
World's first baby born from womb transplanted from dead donor
In a landmark achievement in the medical sciences, a woman in Brazil, who had received a womb transplant from a dead donor, has given birth to a healthy baby.
29 Oct 2018
Jair Bolsonaro, known as 'Tropical Trump', is Brazil's new President
Jair Bolsonaro, a brash far-right congressman who has waxed nostalgic for Brazil's old military dictatorship, won the presidency of Latin America's largest nation yesterday.
02 Sep 2018
Delhi: Brazilian tries to smuggle Rs. 3.1cr-worth cocaine, arrested
A Brazilian man has been arrested from IGIAairport in Delhi for allegedly trying to smuggle into the country Rs. 3.1cr worth cocaine, which he had swallowed in form of 64 capsules, a statement issued by the Customs Department on Sunday said.
20 Jul 2018
Who are the most expensive goal-keepers of all time?
Usually, when we talk about the biggest transfers in football, it is forwards who top the list.
09 Jun 2018
Tennis star of 1960s, Maria Bueno breathes her last
Former world number one and 19-time Grand Slam winner, Maria Bueno breathed her last after a long battle with oral cancer.
23 May 2018
Narcotics bureau extracts 106 cocaine capsules from Brazilian woman's stomach
On Monday, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested a 25-year-old Brazilian woman for allegedly trying to smuggle cocaine into India in 106 self-swallowed capsules.
17 May 2018
UN: Delhi to be world's most populous city by 2028
A recently-released UN report on urban population estimates that around 68% of the world's population will be living in cities by 2050, and a bulk of that will be concentrated in three countries - India, China, and Nigeria.
19 Apr 2018
Tins and condoms, all that's needed for smuggling liquid cocaine
It seems condoms are not just used during coitus, but also for smuggling cocaine, as the arrest of three foreign nationals in Delhi - two Brazilians and one African - proved.
08 Apr 2018
After two days drama, former Brazilian President surrenders to police
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was once world's most powerful leader and the torchbearer of the global left. Now he will be serving 12 years in prison, after being convicted on corruption charges.
02 Apr 2018
Chinese space-lab falls back to Earth, breaks-up over Pacific Ocean
China's now-defunct space station Tiangong-1 has re-entered the Earth's atmosphere above the South Pacific, according to reports.
22 Mar 2018
Bengaluru among 10 metros drying up fastest, severe crisis looming
That Bengaluru is facing water crisis is nothing new. But what's startling is that it is fast approaching 'Day Zero,' when taps start running dry.
12 Feb 2018
These 11 cities, including Bengaluru, to run out of drinking-water
Cape Town is set to run out of drinking water on 11th May.
11 Jan 2018
Mumbai-Delhi third busiest air route, but with poor punctuality
The Mumbai-Delhi air route was the third busiest last year with about 130 flights daily, an air travel intelligence company has found.
18 Dec 2017
Kaka announces retirement from football
Former Ballon d'Or winner and World Cup winner, Kaka, who was renowned for his vision and passing ability has announced his retirement from football at age 35.
24 Nov 2017
Raftaar: Delhi Police women to fight gender crimes on motorbikes
To effectively curb street crimes and make roads safer for women, the Delhi Police will next month deploy 'Raftaar,' a new motorcycle squad of mostly female cops.
16 Oct 2017
Delhi, Sao Paulo most dangerous cities for women: Poll
In some disturbing news, Delhi has fared as the worst city in the world when it comes to sexual violence against women.
04 Jul 2017
Unbreakable records in football
It is said that the records are meant to be broken.
22 May 2017
Brazilian cops crackdown on Sao Paulo's 'Crackland', dozens arrested
Nearly 40 people have been arrested by Brazilian police over drug trafficking charges in an area in Sao Paulo where crack cocaine has been sold and consumed with impunity for years.
29 Apr 2017
Brazil burns as the first general strike ended
Violence has broken out in Brazil as the country saw its first general strike in almost 20 years.
02 Mar 2017
CBI questions alleged middleman in Embraer deal
The CBI questioned Vipin Khanna, defence consultant, in connection with the $208mn Embraer jet deal.