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A Corner in a Foreign Field
 -by Ramachandra Guha

A book that interweaves biography with Indian history, the lives of cricketers with wider processes of social change. It is a m... Read More

   
Beyond a Boundary
 -by CLR James

Part memoir of a West Indian boyhood, part celebration of the game of cricket, this self-portrait of a life spent playing, watc... Read More

   
Great Indian Batsmen
 -by Partab Ramchand

In the secular polity that we kn... Read More

   
Guts & Glory, The Bombay Cricket Story
 -by Sandeep Bamzai

The book traces the genealogy of Bombay's cricket: its origins, traditions, history and the development of the game. Bombay has... Read More

   
Maradona; The Hand of God
 -by Jimmy Burns

Diego Maradona, is arguably the greatest and certainly the most widely-known footballer of the modern age. During his tempestuo... Read More

   
No more Buddha, only Football
 -by Chris England

Chris England spent five weeks covering the 2002 World Cup, when football became Japan's newest religion, constantly on the loo... Read More

   
Sachin, Genius Unplugged
 -by Suresh Menon

Sachin Tendulkar has made poets of prose writers even if his strokeplay has demontrated the futility of conveying in words the ... Read More

   
Sachin: The Story of the world's Greatest Batsman
 -by Gulu Ezekiel

In the twelve years that he has been in the public eye, Sachin Tendulkar has been explosive on the cricket field and just as re... Read More

   
Standing My Ground
 -by Matthew Hayden

MATTHEW HAYDEN was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen - and one of its great enigmas. A devout Catholic,... Read More

   
The Captains , Nayudu to Tendulkar
 -by Partab Ramchand

The captain of the Indian cricket team has to ... Read More



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