Shannon Gill, head of communications for the Australian cricket goods manufacturer, speaks on the company's foray in India and the innovations it is bringing to the game
In a country where the sport is considered religion, cricket libraries are crying for attention, paid ground tours like the ones organised at Lord's in England are non-existent, and an immersive experience for spectators is yet to be conceptualised
Professional sportspeople are taking the business management route to pick up skills beyond the field, participate in the larger sports ecosystem and prepare for life beyond their careers
A small but growing group of Indians is ditching shoes to follow a global movement. How is the billion-dollar sneakers industry reacting to this crusade?
The growing popularity of football in India has prompted foreign leagues to engage Indian enthusiasts through customised grassroots training and outreach
Forbes India Editor Brian Carvalho talks about what went behind the making of Forbes India's first-ever sports special issue, and gives you a glimpse into the stories you will find in there!
The former India cricketer on language holding the key to good commentary and why more non-cricketers must find a place in the box