Daily Round-Up | Pashtuns Protest in Pakistan Over Acquittal Of Murder Accused and Other Stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at journalists’ bodies in India condemning amendments to the country’s IT rules, protests by Pashtuns in Pakistan, and the FIFA Global Transfer Report

Daily Round-up | Progressives in Poland protest bid to criminalize abortion support & other stories

In this episode of Daily Round-Up, we take a look at the latest struggles around abortion in Poland, the swearing-in of Lula in Brazil, and negotiations in football

Qatar World Cup: The Good, the Debatable and the GOAT

We look at the debates around the FIFA World Cup and its legacy, the future of the tournament as the number of teams is set to increase, and the never-ending discussions about GOAT

Grant Wahl death The night football lost a friend and ally

Grant Wahl, a veteran sports writer and perhaps the most well-known football journalist from the US, collapsed while covering the game at the Lusail Stadium in Doha . He passed away at the age of 48

Daily Round-up | Illegal US blockade of Cuba denounced at UN & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the UNGA vote on Cuba, protests in Spain on the cost of living crisis, the killing of four Palestinians by Israel, and rights groups urging Qatar and FIFA to compensate migrant workers

Dispatches from India: Floods in Assam and more

In this episode, we take a look at the havoc wreaked by the floods in Assam, the crisis facing Indian football, and the anniversary of the internal emergency of 1975,

AFCON and the politics of the beautiful game

New Frame’s sports editor Njabulo Ngidi talks about the politics around the conduct of the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, the stampede at Olemebe stadium, and the controversial statements of FIFA head Gianni Infantino

Andrew Jennings redefined sports journalism and exposed corruption in the Olympics and football

Renowned journalist Andrew Jennings, who exposed corruption in the highest levels of sport, died recently. We bring you a discussion on his legacy and the challenges before sports journalists today

Migrant worker Qatar Qatar jails migrant worker for speaking out on labor violations

Jordanian Abdullah Ibhais was sentenced to five years in prison in April this year. Human rights groups assert that the sentence is based on false and baseless charges completely lacking evidence