Books by Nalin Mehta
Olympics: The India Story
Impeccable research in workman-like prose, thematically arranged and cogently argued.
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Magazine | Jul 23, 2012


Olympics: The India Story
Is a successful London 2012 possible for India? Or will a sports culture remain an illusion with India not bothering to look beyond cricket and turning into a multi sporting nation?
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jul 03, 2012


Olympics: The India Story
Until the early 1980s, cricket was not the most pre-eminent Indian game. It was popular but hockey was the ‘national game’ and soccer was equally popular in large parts of the country. What happened?
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jun 26, 2012


Sellotape Legacy: Delhi And The Commonwealth Games
A brick by brittle brick expose on the quagmire of the CWG, and the stupefying audacity of its guiding spirits
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Magazine | Oct 04, 2010


India On Television: How Satellite News Channels Have Changed The Way We Think And Act
Firm editorial control is a cure for the dangers of live TV, the inanities of anchors and politicians
Nalin Mehta
Magazine | Sep 22, 2008


Olympics: The India Story
Discovering The Archive: Extracts from the Prologue to the book
Boria MajumdarNalin Mehta
Web | Jul 21, 2008




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