Monthly Archive: February 2009

Subhash Chandra seeks some cricket cooperation

LAST week Mumbai media mogul Subhash Chandra was calling for more cooperation within India’s $US12.5 entertainment industry to create a bigger overall business that he says could be worth $US60 billion within 10 years....

Lalit Modi gets anticipatory bail in cheating case

A sessions judge on Tuesday granted Indian Premier League (IPL) chairperson Lalit Modi a four-week transit anticipatory bail of Rs20,000 in connection with a cheating and forgery case lodged against him by the Jaipur...

The Indian Premier League

The IPL is not only a exciting and interest generating thing but also a thing which helps in preparing players for the upcoming T20 matches in the world of cricket. It helps the players...

More Aussies may follow Ponting to skip IPL

After Ricky Ponting decided to give the second edition of the Indian Premier League a miss, speculation is rife that many of the Aussie players may follow his lead.  Ponting, who plays for the...

NZC to earn windfall from India series

India’s tour of New Zealand is going to fetch the country’s cricket board a windfall with more than USD 25 million expected from a multimillion-dollar deal for television rights. The New Zealand cricket board...

New Zealand to repay India’s ‘kindness’

Chief executive of New Zealand Cricket, Justin Vaughan, confirmed on Saturday what HT had reported earlier. To give India’s Test specialists match practice before the series, the NZC has proposed that Rahul Dravid, VVS...

ICC to meet Indian board and league to end dispute

The International Cricket Council (ICC) will meet Monday in an attempt to end a dispute between the Indian board and an unofficial Twenty20 league. The ICC president David Morgan confirmed he and chief executive...

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