Weekend In Fact - January 02, 2016

Sunil Gavaskar presents The inaugural Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi Memorial Lecture delivered by cricketing legend Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday, 20 February 2013, at the Taj Coromandel, Chennai. India..P  

>Club Confidential: As the Lodha Committee readies its diagnosis of what ails the BCCI, a look at the evolution of Indian cricket’s governing body into a cash-rich behemoth is instructive. Vijay Lokapally writes... >Read

>Editorial: Mr. Kejriwal’s challenge: Arvind Kejriwal has always projected himself against the might of the establishment to give his message a rallying edginess. He did so as an activist of the Right to Information campaign and subsequently against corruption — and unexpectedly, a year into his second stint as chief minister of Delhi, the old against-all-odds, anti-establishment manner continues to inform his style of governance. >Read

>Editorial: Revive NATGRID with safeguards: The Central government’s decision to revive NATGRID (National Intelligence Grid) is a welcome move in the fight against terrorism, but it calls for caution and nuanced planning in the way it would be structured. According to the existing plan, NATGRID will become a secure centralised database. >Read

>Outsider in the big boys’ club: How Arvind Kejriwal unsettled the equations in cricket administration, Nistula Hebbar writes... >Read

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