Politics 3 May 2012 Other people's business, Thursday 3 May India, cricket, and unnecessary heart surgery. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Pharma needs an injection of financial engineering (Financial Times) “You’re going to need a bigger boat,” says the police chief played by Roy Scheider in the film Jaws, when he first catches sight of the shark. Faced with cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s, we need a bigger investment vehicle, writes John Gapper. 2. Nerds may get revenge on Woodstock of Capitalism (Reuters) This year’s Woodstock of Capitalism could turn into the revenge of the nerds, writes Agnes Crane. 3. Not cricket (Schumpeter) How could India possibly fall in love with a different sport? Some enterprising souls think it will, writes Schumpeter. 4. Study: More heart surgery centers mean more unnecessary heart surgery (Washington Post) There is an "irresistible temptation" on the part of cardiologists to expand narrowed arteries, despite evidence suggesting that they shouldn’t, writes Sarah Kliff. 5. Let News Corp keep BSkyB (Reuters) News Corporation should be allowed to keep its 39 percent stake in UK pay-TV group BSkyB, writes Chris Hughes. › An idea for the new mayor: pay-as-you-go roads Photograph: Getty Images Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Jeremy Corbyn has found a vulnerable spot on Theresa May and trade Politicians are worried that their pensions are destroying the planet. Is yours? Nap Store: Where did all these new mattress start-ups come from?