Fight the ban by the Government of the film “India’s Daughter,” and expose the slander against film-maker Leslee Udwin (a curious case of convergence between Hindutva and people who should know better).
Read N. Ram’s comprehensive analysis of the case today, Parvathi Menon’s interview with Leslee Udwin, and Jason Burke’s exceptional 2013 article on the issue:
Playing In The Temperate Zone | N. Ram.
“The schedule, format, and playing conditions of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 have been justly criticised: too long, too many gaps between matches for some leading teams, too loaded in favour of batsmen and teams winning the toss, batting first, and making 300-plus; and too geared to maximising TV ratings and revenues to the detriment of sporting value.”
“But why should teams be allowed to absorb losses and still progress? Why should the leading Test teams be given so many chances to make up for poor cricket or after losing to lower-ranked or less fancied opponents who played better on the day? It is time cricket lovers round the world issued a showcause notice to the ICC, and to the Big Three—the Board of Control for Cricket in India, the England and Wales Cricket Board, and Cricket Australia—who control the fortunes of the game.”