‘Cricket Nationalism’ and the Northeast

Written by Tanvi Apte India’s diversity needs no introduction. Languages, food, festivals, clothing and more, it would probably take a lifetime to count the assortment...
Olympics

A Host of Complications: Of International Sporting Events and Diplomacy

Written by Kartik Sundar3.6 billion. That figure represents almost half the world’s total population. It is also the estimated number of people who tuned...
Tibet Women's Football

Finding Refuge on the Pitch: Building Futures for Refugees

Written by Sourya Reddy“I don’t remember much; it was about 14 years ago, and I was 7. One day, my parents told my elder...

No Spend, No Gain: CSR’s Hand in Gilding Indian Sports

Co-authored by Tanay Gokhale and Sidhanth Sachdeva We have all heard, spoken and wondered about India’s failure to produce Olympic medal-winners proportional to its population....
Caster Semenya

In Search of a Level Playing Field: Where Do Transgender and Hyperandrogenous Athletes Go?

Co-authored by Tia Matthew and Manasvin Andra  “We all transition at a different rate, and twelve months as a policy for everyone is just the...

YUWA: Empowering Jharkhand’s Girls, One Bootlace at a Time

Co-authored by Ishaan Banerji and P. Charith Reddy  “The first thing I noticed in the village is that while boys play, girls work” - Franz...

The Stuff That Champions Are Made Of

Written by Dhruv Raman What does it take to win an extraordinary game? An extraordinary performance, right? Think back to the biggest games you have...

The Longest Yard: Struggles of Student Athletes in India – Part II

Written by Sunalika Singh At the centre of any strong sporting country lies a successful youth training and development engine. Whether you look at China’s...

Sun, Sand and Cricket: The UAE Story

Written by Sreeradh Radhakrishnan Despite never having achieved test status, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been an integral part of the cricketing world for...
The Bastion

The Longest Yard: Struggles of Student Athletes in India

Written by Sunalika Singh Following the Rio Olympics in the summer of 2016, a question arose in the arena of International Sport; one with the...

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