How can we even conceive of a level-playing field when the pay gap between a man and woman, each of whom are the best in the country at the sport of cricket, is a multiple of 14? Why do women cricketers so strongly believe their share of the BCCI's revenue pie should not be the same size as the men? How can a body, a non-profit aimed at expanding the reach, player base, and popularity of cricket, treat the women's game as though it belongs on another planet? Why is India, the financial powerhouse of the sport, so reluctant to develop women's cricket even though England and Australia have demonstrated both viability and popularity? Senior journalists Sharda Ugra and Gautam Navlakha are joined by policy researcher Jaai Vipra to discuss some of these questions.