Sportsworld is a defunct Indian sports magazine that was published by the Ananda Bazar group from the 1970s to the 1990s. The magazine was started in 1983. Published in Calcutta, the magazine was one of the two major English-language sports magazines in India, But it was sold to the other magazine Sportstar, published by The Hindu Group in Madras. The magazine was the home of young journalists such as Rohit Brijnath, Mudar Patherya and quizmaster Derek O'Brien. The first editor of the magazine was Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi.
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