News Editor, Wall Street Journal
News Editor at The Wall Street Journal. Not afraid to write about cricket.
online.wsj.com — Associated Press NEW DELHI-Just weeks after a gang-rape that shocked India, the National Human Rights Commission convened a meeting to discuss what to do about violence against women. At the January gathering, G.P. Mathur, a retired Supreme Court justice, startled the crowd: He said it can be appropriate for women to marry their alleged rapists, provided the marriage isn't coerced.
blogs.wsj.com — By Shweta Desai Dressed in a bright red shimmering sari, Shyamat Hanif Sheikh, a 43-year-old churiwali (bangle vendor) from Sakharwadi village in Maharashtra, is a far cry from most students at a business school. She has just learnt a basic B-School lesson that customer satisfaction leads to greater profit.
online.wsj.com — Over the past decade, Lance Armstrong did more than inspire tens of thousands of Americans to take up cycling. He inspired them to look like him. Snap-on shoes. Shaved legs. Bright-colored jersey over Lycra bibs. Any deviation from that look could subject a cyclist to howls.
online.wsj.com — Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Shoving a towel into your pants, fiddling with a necklace, untucking your shirt; these are signals that investigators claim three Indian cricketers used to communicate with bookmakers around India in a spot-fixing scandal that has rocked the sport.
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