Dhiman Sarkar is based in Kolkata with over two decades as a sports journalist. He writes mainly on football.
Articles by Dhiman Sarkar
The Australian makes amends with the winner after a botched penalty to beat the Maldives side; Basundhara Kings beat Odisha FC 3-2.
In Sutirtha and Ayhika's town, their former coach Mihir Ghosh continues the search for new champions.
Hosts come from behind to win 2-1 against former champions Hyderabad FC
Second-half goals from Mohammed Marran lead to 0-2 defeat in round of 16
Need to stay compact in the middle, says head coach Igor Stimac ahead of round-of-16 match
Coach has been offered extension, says federation president Kalyan Chaubey
In four seasons, East Bengal are yet to win their first match of Indian Super League
Goals from Cummings, Petratos and Manvir helped defending champions to 3-1 win in their ISL opener
From Lavy Pinto to Hawa Singh, we revisit some of India's finest moments at the Asian Games
India could opt for back three with Chinglensana, Sandesh Jhingan and Lalchungnunga as they look to bounce back after the 1-5 loss to China
India’s engagements will lead to pauses from October to January and again in March
Stimac not sure of full squad as neither Deepak nor Jeakson might travel. Other players may come on match day against Bangladesh on Thursday, says head coach
India captain says this would be the most under-prepared squad he has been part of.
The squad announced has only nine of the list of 22 chosen by Stimac and released by AIFF on August 1.
Focus of La Liga giants is to build academy in Varanasi for new I-League club, says Carlos Santamarina.
Till late on Sunday, some players in the King’s Cup squad were not provided return tickets by the federation, officials at ISL clubs said
He knows the crown may not stay that long with him given the crop of young Indian GMs that has emerged but he'd like to hold on to it for as long as possible
You have to play at a higher level and keep it up for seven hours because he will never stop, said Anand about his fellow five-time world champion
The World Cup runner-up said he didn’t think a chess player would be recognised by everyone in India this soon
The match’s only goal came after the winners were down to 10 following Anirudh Thapa’s red card
The reigning and four-time woman’s world chess champion rates Ding’s achievement higher than her own.
Neither team has won since 2004. Sunday’s final between Kolkata giants first in 19 years in Asia’s oldest tournament
That’s because mostly everyone is safe in Russia, says former women’s world champion
Injuries to Bengaluru FC goalkeepers could lead to club not releasing India No. 1 if ISL starts in September; AIFF hopeful of solution
NorthEast United lose in the tie-breaker after Nandhakumar’s stoppage-time goal takes the semi-final to penalties
Messi, Kane, Bellingham, Pulisic have started well; Onana not so much
Will so many young players on long-term deals help the club get back to winning the Premier League?
Kolkata giants overcome early scare with two quick second-half goals after Jason Cummings helped them draw level
First title beckons England and Spain with winners becoming the second country, after Germany, to have won men’s and women’s World Cup titles
The England coach is one win from a first World Cup title and completing a second turnaround in the fortunes of a team