October 02, 2020
Boria Majumdar

Boria Majumdar

  • Unmarketed Relics
    Unmarketed Relics

    Calcutta's famed Football clubs have been left behind to romanticize the heydays of the 1970s and 1980s,...

  • Balle Balle Birmingham
    Balle Balle Birmingham

    The rain may have played truant, but this was one of the most vibrant and dynamic environments I have ever...

  • First Things First
    First Things First

    The BCCI Working Committee on June 10 has indeed made a start by announcing ‘Operation Clean Up’ but...

  • 1951: First Asian Games In India
    1951: First Asian Games In India

    An Indian initiative, intrinsically linked to the larger Indian self-image of being a major Asian power and...

  • 1948: India Wins Gold At The London Olympics
    1948: India Wins Gold At The London Olympics

    It was a dream final: the defending champions from newly independent India defeating their former imperial...

  • 1936: Second Tour Of England
    1936: Second Tour Of England

    Vizzy is appointed captain and Amarnath sent back to India on charges of indiscipline.

  • Sporting Times II
    Sporting Times II

    The 175 Year Journey Of Indian Sports, documented from the archives of the Times of India

  • Match Fixing In The 1930s
    Match Fixing In The 1930s

    Match fixing was going on in Kolkata in the Beighton Cup hockey tournament, as this 1932 report shows

  • The First Cricket Test
    The First Cricket Test

    The Indians played their first tour match against T.G. Trott’s XI at Pelsham Farm, Pearmarsh near Rye on 29...

  • 1929: Sultan Khan's Victory
    1929: Sultan Khan's Victory

    Sultan Khan wins the British Open Chess competition, begins his five year winning streak, matching the...

  • 1928 Amsterdam Olympics
    1928 Amsterdam Olympics

    Indian hockey team wins gold for the first time

  • Sporting Times
    Sporting Times

    The 175 Year Journey Of Indian Sports, documented from the archives of the Times of India

  • Keeper Of Our Hopes
    Keeper Of Our Hopes

    His continuing passion and enthusiasm imbues the cliche, ‘Forty is the new twenty’, with a new meaning....

  • He Played For India
    He Played For India

    Sachin exceeds cricket. He’s our square yard in sporting heaven.

  • ‘I Haven’t Achieved Half Of What Sachin Has’
    ‘I Haven’t Achieved Half Of What Sachin Has’

    The Big B speaks about his favourite Indian cricketer and how he feels about being compared to Sachin.

  • 'Sachin Taught Me The Impossible Is Attainable'
    'Sachin Taught Me The Impossible Is Attainable'

    The true successor to Usain Bolt was all gung-ho when asked if he’d be keen to talk about Sachin on the eve...

  • ‘His Is An Absolute Love Affair’
    ‘His Is An Absolute Love Affair’

    The former Indian coach and ex-SA opener on what he thinks about Sachin the man and the cricketer

  • ‘I Don’t Have Any Doubt That Indian Cricket Needs Tendulkar’
    ‘I Don’t Have Any Doubt That Indian Cricket Needs Tendulkar’

    The BCCI boss shares his memories of Sachin’s career and his cricketing legacy

  • Never Leave Your Bat
    Never Leave Your Bat

    Boria Majumdar meets the man who first realised Sachin’s genius

  • 'He Is Very Approachable'
    'He Is Very Approachable'

    Sri Lanka’s T-20 captain explains why he considers Sachin Tendulkar his hero.

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