KOCHI: With forest officials locating three more year-old carcasses of tuskers killed for ivory on Wednesday, the impunity with which elephant poaching was being carried out in the state, once considered a relatively safe zone for wildlife, has come ... New Indian Express, 2 months ago
Sachin Tendulkar already had a stand named after him at theKochi-based Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. (Source: PTI) The Kerala Cricket Association (KCA) is all set to name one of its stadiums after Sachin Tendulkar. KCA president T.C. Mathew said on ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
Shashank Manohar: High on integrity, tough on principles IMAGE: BCCI’s new president Shashank Manohar. Photograph: PTI Shashank Manohar, who took over as the 36th president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Sunday, is known for his integrity. He regained control of the country's richest sporting body at a time when cricket's image was tarnished by the spot-fixing scandal and intense factionalism. The reticent 58-year-old Nagpur-based lawyer in the past decade was known as ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Shashank Manohar: BCCI's Mr Clean And Ultimate Trouble-Shooter NDTV, 1 week ago Meet BCCI's new chief Shashank Manohar: High on integrity, tough on principles IBNLive India News, 1 week ago Shashank Manohar: High on integrity, tough on principles India Today, 1 week ago
Preity Zinta Mumbai: The controversy-plagued IPL has taken another hit, this time courtesy Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta's reported revelations before the Working Group set up largely to keep the T20 tournament afloat. Preity is known ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
The Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha committee's verdict to suspend two leading teams in the Indian Premier League stable—Chennai Super Kings (CSK), which won the title twice under MS Dhoni, and Rajasthan Royals (RR)—for two years each, has ...Business Insider India, 2 months ago
The Board of Control for Cricket in India is proceeding cautiously on the demands for the removal of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the Indian Premier League in the wake of a judicial committee order over the spot-fixing and betting scandal in the 2013 edition owing to legal implications in adopting such a course.Giving this overview, top BCCI sources said all legal options are being explored but the Board does not want to face legal problems later in case of axing of the two ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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