Posts Tagged ‘Indian cricket’

Sourav Ganguly, the former Indian Captain, and affably called Dada speaks his heart out in his latest book “A century is not enough”. Widely acclaimed and sold we went through the online media to find out what the readers have to say about the book. Nishant Bhasin on Amazon writes, Fighter and leader Sourav Ganguly is...

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...

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...

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.

Cricketers are celebrities that often get limited to the controversies and talk about the sports itself. But here, we give you a chance to know which Indian Cricket Team Captain you would relate to the most. Read Democracy’s XI by Rajdeep Sardesai to more about your heroes in detail and their commitment to the sport.

As Karun Nair becomes India's second triple centurion, a look back at when Sehwag hit India's first 300 in 2004

Read an exclusive excerpt from The Nawab of the Republic, Rajdeep Sardesai's biography of Mansur Ali Khan 'Tiger' Pataudi.