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Part 2: The Print Business Last week we presented a report on how we were doing on the app side. If I had to summarise what we said, it would be that we were laying the foundations of growth and that we were beginning to make the rules our way. This is a work-in-progress with some exciting developments, some great...

हमें ठीक से ये मालूम नहीं है कि सचिन ने पहली बार कब क्रिकेट का हाथ थामा था लेकिन हम सभी को उनकी एक तस्वीर याद है जिसमें वो...

On 17 October 2008 in Mohali against Australia, Sachin Tendulkar broke Brian Lara’s record to become the highest run scorer in Test cricket and the first to cross 12,000 runs. Tendulkar had promised me an interview to mark the momentous occasion. We had also contracted Gavaskar for expert comments on the series....

26th Indian to join LinkedIn’s influencer initiative                     Former Indian cricketer and captain Sourav Ganguly joined LinkedIn today as a LinkedIn Influencer, a program that includes 500+ global leaders, thinkers, and pioneers of various industries. Ganguly will be the second Indian cricketer...

It has been often said that the history of Indian cricket can be divided in two phases: ‘Before Ganguly’ and ‘After Ganguly’. Such is the enigma surrounding one of the best captains of the Indian cricket team. Some call him ‘Dada’, some call him ‘The God of Offside’, some call him ‘The Bengal Tiger’ and some call...

We  are very excited to announce that we have partnered with bigbasket, India’s largest online supermarket to make Sourav Ganguly’s debut book, A Century is Not Enough, available to it’s Kolkata customer base for a limited period. bigbasketeers can log on to bigbasket.com or download the app to pre-book the...

We bring a chance to all Sourav Ganguly fans to participate in the Flipkart contest and 10 lucky fans will win a phone call from Dada himself! The contest is simple. How to enter Step 1: Go here and pre-order a copy of A Century is Not Enough Step 2: Answer the Contest Question – When did Sourav Ganguly first score a...

It’s Sourav Ganguly fever here at Juggernaut Books and what better day to declare our love for him than February 14! With only 10 days to go for the launch of Sourav’s book, A Century Is Not Enough, we’ve put together tweets from you, professing love to Dada. So much love in just 280 characters. I like to watch...

Gautam Bhattacharya has covered more than 150 Test matches, 700 one-dayers and 12 World Cups. He has followed Sourav Ganguly’s career ever since he made his Ranji Trophy debut.

Born in 1973, Dravid grew up in an upper-middle-class home in Bengaluru. His father Sharad was a food scientist in Kissan, a popular brand making jams, squashes and ketchups (hence Dravid’s early nickname ‘Jammy’) and his mother Pushpa an art lecturer in a leading college. A double-income family living...