The future of Indian cricket
To play cricket or not to play?
The militant attacks in Mumbai have shaken, saddened and angered people across the world, not just in India. It has thrown up so many issues which go way beyond winning and losing as seen on a sports field.
The Indian cricket board have worked hard to resurrect action on the field by persuading England to agree to return to complete a two-test series, offering all support to allay fears of their players for their safety.
The Indian media have been busy reporting the aftermath of the attacks and there has been furious debate in the British media whether it is proper for the England players to return to India this soon.
Whether sports should go on in turbulent times has been debated for ages. At the 1972 Munich Games, Olympics chiefs decided the show would go on despite Palestinian gunmen killing 11 Israeli athletes and officials.
Cricket teams are refusing to travel to Pakistan because of security concerns by teams in the wake of many suicide bombings.
Some even doubt whether the sub-continent can hold the 2011 World Cup.
Should cricket go on in India in the middle of the latest crisis? Can Indians turn their minds to their first love?