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IPL 8 Auction: The players, their price
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IPL 8 Auction: The players, their price

Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming (left) with Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta. Photograph: PTI The Players' Auction for the eighth edition of the Indian Premier League again saw cash being splurged. Sixty-seven players, including 23 overseas, were sold as Rs 86.8 crore was spent by the eight franchises in Bengaluru, on Monday. Yuvraj Singh, left out of India's squad for the ongoing ICC World Cup, was once again the top draw at the auction, as Delhi Daredevils spent a massive Rs ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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IPL VIII auction: Yuvraj fetches record price, Delhi break bank

Yuvraj Singh in Royal Challengers Bangalore colours during Season 7 of the Indian Premier League. Photograph: BCCI Yuvraj Singh set a new record as he emerged as the costliest-ever buy in the Indian Premier League by going for a whopping Rs 16 crore to Delhi Daredevils in the eighth players' auction in Bangalore on Monday.  In a relatively low-key auction, the 33-year-old former India all-rounder triggered an unexpected bidding war as four teams vied for his services before ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'Dhoni used his experience really well and it worked for India'

walks to the nets during an India training session. Photograph: Michael Dodge/rediting India's emphatic winover arch-rivals Pakistan in the World Cup to Mahendra SinghDhoni's mature captaincy, Kapil Dev has saidthe Indian skipper used his experience ...
 24Dunia1 month ago
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An Expert's Guide to Your Right First Job

By T. Muralidharan Published by Rupa Publications India Price Rs150; pages 153 An Expert's Guide to Your Right First Job is all about cracking the corporate code. The key to the code lies in landing the right first job, and the book tells you how.
 The Week2 weeks ago

Tenzing hasn't been given enough recognition, says Edmund Hillary's son Peter

'Sachin is a genius, so is Tagore, but...' Hillary Jr baffled why the great mountaineer was not awarded Bharat Ratna. It's about 25 degrees in Auckland, and Peter Hillary is complaining. In a way, he is entitled to crib about the ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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Renewal at Puri

It takes a festival for a city to reinvent itself. In July, five million devotees will descend on Puri, one of the four places of worship that a Hindu must visit in his lifetime. The occasion is the Nabakalebar festival when Jagannath, revered by millions as the lord of the world, takes a new form, exemplifying the principle of reincarnation, the cycle of birth and death. The festival promises to transform Puri, a town in coastal Odisha of less than half-a-million people, according to the 2011 ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Why Ad Films Are Getting Longer

more and more brands are ditching the good old 30 seconder as the primary means of communication. A couple of years back, when Tata Sky released Prison Break, its famed three-and-a half minute-long commercial, everyone stopped to take notice.
 Agencyfaqs!4 weeks ago
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Ranji Trophy: Mumbai, Karnataka, TN join Maharashtra in semis

Pacer Shardul Thakur had match figures of eight for 113 as Mumbai beat Delhi by 204 runs to enter the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy, in Cuttack, on Friday. Resuming their second innings at 110 for 4 on the fifth and final day, Delhi lost overnight batsman Manan Sharma, who was unbeaten on 14, for the addition of just two runs to his individual score. And when former India opener Virender Sehwag (19) departed, Delhi were reeling 150 for six. Though the last-wicket pair of Pradeep Sangwan (26 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

A bit of pressure is off, says Dhoni

captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni today said a bit of pressure was off the defending champions shoulders after they started their campaign in the cricket World Cup with a 76-run win over arch-rivals Pakistan.The match at Adelaide Oval was seen as one of ...
 24Dunia1 month ago

Jammu erupts in joy, BSF men distribute sweets on India's win

People of Jammu region bordering Pakistan and BSF personnel posted along the frontier erupted in joy as Indian cricket team scored a 76-run win over the neighbouring country's squad in World Cup today.People of Jammu region bordering Pakistan and ...
 24Dunia1 month ago
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