Murali Krishnan, India, is currently an international broadcaster based in New Delhi, India.
He is also a correspondent for Deutsche Welle, Germany’s National broadcaster and a regular contributor for Radio France International, Hong Kong's RTHK and BBC’s Up All Night.
Prior to this, Krishnan has worked in all major publications. In his last assignment as the National Affairs Editor with ‘Indo-Asian News Service’, a New Delhi-based news agency, he investigated security issues and corruption.
In his 24-year long career, Krishnan has also worked with ‘The Statesman’ and in the country’s two leading news magazines, ‘India Today’ and ‘Outlook India’, and newspapers including the ‘Indian Express’, the ‘Sunday Observer’, ‘The Telegraph’, and ‘Gemini’, a London-based news service.
Krishnan has been chronicling corruption in sport for over 15 years and in 2000 named and shamed four Indian cricketers which led to their life bans. Krishnan still keeps a lot of his work related to this as well as keeping a keen eye peeled for any unusual activity in the world of sport.