Mihir Bose

Mihir Bose is a renowned author, journalist, and broadcaster with a wealth of experience in the media industry. He studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he earned a degree in Economics. Following this, he pursued postgraduate studies at Nuffield College, Oxford, where he gained a master’s degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.

Bose’s career in journalism spans over four decades, during which he has worked for some of the world’s most prestigious media outlets. He served as the BBC’s Sports Editor for over a decade, and his work has appeared in publications such as The Sunday Times, The Independent, and The Financial Times. In addition to his print journalism, he has also contributed to various radio and television programs, including BBC World Service and Sky News.

As an author, Bose has published several acclaimed books, including “The Spirit of the Game: How Sport Made the Modern World” and “The Indian Spy: The True Story of the Most Remarkable Secret Agent of World War II.” His writing has garnered numerous awards, including the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award in 2010. With his extensive knowledge and expertise, Mihir Bose is widely regarded as one of the leading voices in sports journalism and is highly respected within the media industry.

"You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty."

– Mahatma Gandhi