Eight reasons why Indian cricket looks like Indian politics today: a loud, mindless cauldron of ‘desh bhakti’, unaccountable, Pakistan-obsessed, and a darling of shady corporates

In the late 1980s, the then Editor of The Times of India, Girilal Jain, wrote that in India, politics sets the pace and everything else follows in its wake. In …

What’s common to Vineet Jain’s defence on Cobrapost sting on media, and Robin Morris’s defence on Al Jazeera’s sting on match-fixers?

Caught on tape offering to push Hindutva for Rs 500 crore, The Times group’s Vineet Jain says, au contraire, his company was doing a “reverse sting” on Cobrapost. Caught on …