Mihir BoseMihir Bose is an award-winning journalist and author who has written and broadcast for major media outlets.  Born in Kolkata and raised in Mumbai, Bose is the author of more than 30 books including Silver: The Spy Who Fooled the Nazis, the most remarkable spy of the Second World War. His books range from biographies and histories, to sport and business. Among them are Bollywood, a narrative history of India’s film industry and the biographies of Michael Grade and Subhas Chandra Bose. His books on sport include The Spirit of the Game: How Sport Made the Modern World; Game Changer: How the English Premier League Came to Dominate the World; False Messiah: the Life and Times of Terry Venables and Manchester Disunited: Trouble and Takeover at the World’s Richest Football Club.  

Books

The Spirit of the Game

A History of Indian Cricket

Manchester Disunited

History of Indian Cricket

Sporting Colours

Bollywood: A History

The Aga Khans

Sessions

Good Game, Bad Game 3 Feb, 4.15 PM- 5 PM
Why I am a Hindu?  4 Feb, 4.30 PM- 5.30 PM