The golfing world has been upended by a maha-yudh between the venerable PGA and an upstart league called LIV—funded by Saudi Arabia. You may not care much about golf, but it offers an eye-opening look at the sport—how it’s played and who makes the big bucks. FYI: There are no real villains in this story.
The lions are the only remaining Asiatic lion population in the world. Environmentalists have secured a direct order to move a number of them to Madhya Pradesh—to ensure we don’t put all our eggs in one basket. But they remain in Gir despite a direct Supreme Court order. Why?
Back in 2013, Penguin merged with Random House to become the biggest publishing house in the world. Then last year, it inked a deal to acquire Simon & Schuster—and was promptly hit by an antitrust lawsuit by the US government. Is there anything wrong if one company publishes most of the books on the market?