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Talking about the political history of Motera stadium, the upcoming India-England test match, and why the stadium's pitch has garnered criticism.
The remote broadcasting of sports, during the pandemic, faced many challenges but it also gained its fair share of rewards.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the recently-concluded wrestling nationals and the upcoming Australian Open.
English cricket writers Lawrence Booth and Ali Martin join Sriram Veera to discuss how India's triumph in Australia was viewed in England and whether the England vs India rivalry is on par with The Ashes.
In this week's episode, Mihir Vasavda is joined by Sriram Veera and Sandip G to talk about India's dramatic series win against Australia.
Whether the Sydney Test incident will lead to lasting changes in cricket and why we shouldn’t worry about India’s poor performance at the Thailand Open.
In this episode, Gaurav and Mihir discuss to what extent are sportspersons justified in being annoyed by the COVID-19 restrictions.
What are the challenges of promoting the Olympics? Will breakdancing, surfing and esports become mainstream in the future? And what will Olympians look like in the future?
A peek into what transpired inside the dressing room after the Adelaide debacle, how debutant Mohammed Siraj reacted when his teammates raised a toast to his performance and the role of bowling coach Bharat Arun...
Discussing the scarcely-believable performance by Virat Kohli’s ‘New India’, who were dismissed for 36 against Australia in the first Test.
Ramachandra Guha talks about how cricket has changed over the years, the dangers of making superstars out of sportsmen, the politics of BCCI, and his latest book 'The Commonwealth of Cricket'.
How sportspersons are speaking in support of farmers and why it matters.
Discussing what made Maradona one of the biggest legends in football and his lasting impact on Indian football's psyche.
Discussing Ishant Sharma and Rohit Sharma being ruled out of the Australia series, Novak Djokovic wanting only three sets at Grand Slams, and Mike Tyson’s comeback.
What you can look forward to in this season of the Indian Super League (ISL).
What factors have contributed to the success of Mumbai Indians, and whether Rohit Sharma should become the India T20 captain.
In this special episode, Gaurav and Mihir are joined by the former host of the podcast, Daksh Panwar and two superfans of the show.
Why these players were left out of the Australia tour, why this matter needs to be investigated, and the values these players add to the Indian squad.
The fascinating journey T Natarajan has made as a cricketer, what makes him a great bowler, how the lack of formal training at a young age works to his advantage, and the challenges that players...
Gaurav and Mihir reexamine the trend of older players succeeding in sports, in the wake of Dhoni's performance in the recent T20 matches.
Discussing whether ‘Mankading’ is really against the spirit of cricket, whether the outrage around it is justified, and why the term itself is problematic.
How being diagnosed with a congenital heart condition will affect Anwar Ali’s career, and why Rafael Nadal is not happy with the new balls being used at the French Open.
The controversy around umpire Nitin Menon and why it is unreasonable to expect umpires not to make mistakes.