The world’s biggest sports brand is cutting back on its operations in India. Aman Shah finds out why, and what is the way forward.
Quite simply, everything you need to know about how the IPL media rights came to be valued at $2.55 billion. Nandan Kamath and Roshan Gopalakrishna tell the story from day one.
Fancy having both Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo on your team? How about Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell? Fantasy sports, as Kamakshi Ayyar found out, allows you to.
Broadcast rights, Ambush Marketing, Gaming, Administration and more. Read about the ten most influential legal cases in Indian sports.
Nation of Sport spoke with the person who claims otherwise.
Will the powers that be ever finish the stadium? Only time will tell.
India has produced some of the greatest players in the history of tennis. Yet we struggle to find consistent success at major tournaments? Why are we unable to find our next big tennis star?
A recent move by the I&B Ministry to amend the mandatory sharing law has reignited the debate of “nationalizing” broadcast rights to iconic sporting events.
Brands sign multi-year deals worth billions of dollars to put their logo on an international sports teams’ jersey. Will Indian brands and teams catch up?
Sport has grown into a legitimate industry in India, and at its core are the fans. Smita Jain breaks down, why they need to be paid close attention to.
Depending on who you you speak to, agents are quietly among the most influential figures in Indian football.
Negotiations aren't the only thing football agents do
In this week’s Breakdown, Smita Jain puts into perspective the unprecedented growth of the business of leagues in India, their impact thus far, and what this means for the future of sport in India.