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Why India's draw against Qatar is a big deal and what it says about the progress Indian football has made.
Daksh and Gaurav discuss whether Bumrah is a bigger match winner than Kohli and the upcoming fight between Dustin Poirier and Khabib Nurmagomedov.
What the room was like in the World Championship trail between Sushil Kumar and Jitender Kumar, the facts about the ‘first Indian ever to win motorsport world title’ and discussing who all should have won...
In this episode of Game Time, Daksh and Gaurav debate whether Mary Kom should been made to participate in the boxing trail that was scheduled against Nikhat Zareen, before being selected for the upcoming World...
Indian Express' chief cricket writer, Sriram Veera, joins Daksh and Gaurav to share insights about what it was like to cover the World Cup this time.
How India is expected to perform in the Olympics next year, which athletes have a chance of winning a medal and why Indian participants seem to get performance anxiety during the actual event.
High jumper Tejaswin Shankar on his life as a student athlete, the cultural and training differences between India and the US and how he is preparing for Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
In the last episode of the World Cup Locker Room, Daksh and Gaurav are joined by Sandeep Dwivedi to talk about the final match between New Zealand and England and exactly how the latter won.
Do we blame Kohli, Shastri or the selectors? And what should be the way ahead for the Indian Team?
A look at the various players who have stood out so far during this World Cup through a fun association game.
Will Pakistan reach the semi-finals, what Dhoni's performance might be costing India and the message Kohli's curses sends to younger players.
In this episode, Daksh and Gaurav are joined (again) by the Indian Express' National Sports Editor, Sandeep Dwivedi as they discuss whether the current format has made the tournament less exciting.
The history of India and Pakistan playing against each other and why as a cricket fan one shouldn't hesitate to support Pakistan; they are after all the underdogs here.
Discussing the controversy around Dhoni wearing a military insignia, reports of AB de villiers wanting to come out of retirement and the upcoming Ind v/s Aus match.
Discussing what Hasan Minhaj gets wrong (and right) about Indian Cricket and India's upcoming with South Africa.
Why do certain international football clubs have an emotional sway over Indian fans and whether certain clubs tend to attract a certain kind of fan.
Is it something about these teams in particular or is something larger is at play?
Why do certain sports thrive in certain pockets? And does this negatively impact the sports in anyway?