On one of the rain-soaked walls of Delhi School of Economics, or D-School as it’s popularly known, there’s a barely visible poster, with some text printed on a deep blue background in a font size too small to be readable from the other side of Chhatra Marg. The text details the itinerary of the 15th edition of the Nehru Cup, an invitational tournament that is supposed to be the marquee event organised by AIFF, the governing body of football in India. Read more

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To fully understand the case of Lance Armstrong and the state of doping in professional cycling and even sports, one must accept two things. First, that a vast majority of the top class athletes around the world are many steps ahead of the anti-doping agencies that try to catch them. Second, those athletes still train themselves into the ground to achieve feats that keep people’s eyes trained on the television screens, which means big profits for organizers and governing bodies. Read more

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