Mizoram Super League - The Rise of Basketball in Northeast India
The Mizoram Super League - India’s first professional basketball league, is a window into the Northeast’s passion for the game of basketball
A Series of Unwelcome Events - The Bengaluru Football Stadium Fiasco
43 years and counting, the unfinished Bengaluru Football Stadium is a dark example of the city’s failing governance of the sport.
Ladies Of The Fields: Will The Indian Women’s League Find Its Rightful Place?
Indian women’s football has fallen ten spots in five years. AIFF says the IWL is the answer. Then why are the big clubs not participating?
Whose ISL Is It Anyway? - Was The ISL An Entirely Original Idea?
AIFF, IMG Reliance and Star India revolutionized Indian football with the Indian Super League. Was it really their idea though?
Stranger Things - Two of India’s Best Basketball Players Go Missing
How do two of India’s best international basketball players, both of whom were in India, go missing before a crucial game?
Hidden Figures - Indian Football Gets Savvy With Data & Technology
Think numbers are boring? Think again. Indian football now thrives on data to make better decisions.
Misguided Arrows - The Quest to find India’s Next Generation Footballers
Five years after it was disbanded, the Arrows have been revived by AIFF in the hope of building India’s the next generation of footballers
Battle At The Courts - Ten Cases that Altered the Course of Sports in India
Altering broadcast rights to keep DD alive, and declaring online games require skill, Roshan details Indian Sport's most pivotal legal cases
UFO! Ultimate Frisbee puts India on the Map
What do a pie and a modern game have in common? A flying disc. Arya Yuyutsu navigates the winds of change that Ultimate is creating in India
The Man with the Golden Eye
Q: How does a 12-year old off spinner morph into one of cricket’s greatest openers? A: Dinesh Lad. The unassuming coach opens up.
Billions - Decoding the Indian Premier League Media Rights Sale
How does $91.8 million turn to $510 million? With the IPL Media Rights. Here's THE most comprehensive piece written on the topic so far.
Death Becomes Them - The Tragic State of Medical Facilities at Local Football Matches in India
It’s been thirteen years since the tragic death of Cristiano Junior. Have medical facilities at local level football improved?
Piercing Blows - How MMA in India Battles Unchecked PED Use
Indian MMA fighters, many hailing from poor financial backgrounds are faced with the a stark reality - take PEDs or stay unemployed.
Balling in Kashmir - For the Love of the Game
Madhok writes about the renewed sense of hope that hoop dreamers in the Kashmir Valley have after trainer Pradyut Voleti of Dribble Academy
How Green is our Valley - Cricket in Kashmir
Cricket in J&K reels under warring factions, while 50 crores of funds meant for the state team have vanished. Adnan Bhat investigates.
From Kabul With Love, the Peace Taekwondo Academy
The unbelievable story of how an Afghan fighter and an Indian father have embarked on a journey to take Indian Taekwondo to the Olympics.
From Mud to Mat - The Story of Kabaddi’s Playing Surface
Blood sweat and tears, all form a painting on the canvas that is the kabaddi mat. Discover how changing the surface changed the game forever
Hockey Brewing - The Coffee Capital of India Has Revived Its Love For Hockey
Every year, over a quarter of a million people gather in Kodagu to witness a hockey festival that is the largest of its kind in the world.
Akhil Sood explores the the passionate, often maniacal love and support that Indian football fans have for international football teams.
Global Sporting Brands Shake Up India Operations
In the wake of Nike’s decision to trim its workforce in India, Aman Shah takes a look into what went wrong and the possible way forward.
The Curious Case of Abinash Ruidas and the Identical Signatures
The Abinash Ruidas Kingfisher East Bengal tussle is a landmark moment for Indian football. What exactly happened? Pulasta Dhar investigates.
Sultan Of Swat - Amjyot Singh Is A Step Closer To The NBA
Amjyot Singh is the second Indian to play in the NBA G-League. Can he break the glass ceiling to become the first Indian to play in the NBA?
Ballerstan - How Sport Makes Borders Irrelevant
Every year, the best South-Asian basketball talent gathers from across the United States. We take you courtside.
Vallam Kali - Kerala’s Ancient War Vessels Become Modern Racing Boats
A day at the Nehru Trophy Boat Race in Kerala. AKA the Kuttanad Olympics. We take you lakeside.
Master Of Ton: 17-Year Old Jemimah Rodrigues Is Just Getting Started
Jemimah Rodrigues has scored double century, and is captain of the Mumbai senior women’s team. Many believe, this is the tip of the iceberg.
Ultraman - Blood, Sweat, Tears. Repeat.
Only seven Indians have ever completed the three-day 517 km race. Often, surviving the race is harder than finishing it.
Robin Singh and the Unsubtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
The striker on why family always comes first, why talent doesn't count, and why haters don't matter.
Kavita Akula : Indian Basketball's Great New Hope
From a little corner in Chhattisgarh to a scholarship at the highest level of college sport in the US, Akula’s journey is extraordinary.
Reality Kings - Inside the Very Real World of India’s Fantasy Sports Leagues
Fantasy sports allows fans to have the best players in the world on their team. As Kamakshi Ayyar finds out, it’s not all fun and games.