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India Cements transfers Super Kings to subsidiary
The Telegraph

Chennai Super Kings ownership transferred to The India Cements...

India: The India Cements has approved the transfer of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) to an exclusively-owned subsidiary called Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd. The decision came following the previous statement made by The India Cements on 6 February ... Global Cement News, 2 weeks ago
N Srinivasan hives off Chennai Super Kings Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
India Cements shareholders will own CSK 24Dunia, 2 weeks ago

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Times of India

Can Ashwin turn the tide at World Cup?

It was a bitterly cold night in Port Elizabeth. Chennai Super Kings were playing Victoria Bushrangers in a crucial game of the 2010 edition of the Champions League T20, and the match had gone down to the Super Over. MS Dhoni threw the ball to R ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Trisha Krishnan's fiance Varun Manian getting threatening calls regarding IPL team?  IBN Live3 weeks ago Chennai Super Kings sold to Varun Manian by N Srinivasan's India Cements?  Financial Express1 month ago No interest in IPL's leading franchise Chennai Super Kings: Radiance Realty MD Varun Manian  Economic Times1 month ago

India Cements drops Chennai Super Kings from team

In a sense, the move unlocks value for the shareholders of the company, which has endured the overhang from the governance issues linked with CSK over the last couple of years. On Thursday, the shares of India Cements Ltd shot up 12.3% despite a ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Chennai, Pune likely to host IPL matches

Indian Premier League team Chennai Super Kings future might be uncertain but the IPL governing council that met here on the day has decided to add Chennai as one of the venues to host this season's game. Interestingly Pune too will host some matches ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago It's Srinivasan's call to decide on his future: BCCI on SC ruling  Jagran Post1 month ago Ahmedabad, Pune may get IPL games  Pune Mirror2 weeks ago It's Srini's call to decide on his future: BCCI on SC ruling  Business Standard India1 month ago

Varun Manian denies buying any team

Chennai, Jan 29 (PTI) Amid reports of him buying Chennai Super Kings owned by India Cements Ltd, realty developer and Tamil film producer Varun Manian has denied purchasing any team. "Just Engaged. No plans to buy any Team. LEAVE ME ALONE...," ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago Tamil film producer Varun Manian denies buying any team  Indian Mirror1 month ago Film Producer Varun Manian Denies Buying IPL Team  Outlook1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Srinivasan expected to hit T20 team for a six

N Srinivasans days as the Chennai Super Kings supremo looks all but over The Supreme Court didnt just issue a directive that officebearers cant have commercial interests in BCCI endeavours it also struck down the controversial amendment in rules that allowed ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

Supreme Co

SC installs Sunil Gavaskar as BCCI chief only for IPL matches. SC permits Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals to participate in IPL 7. urt said Gavaskar to decide whether Sundar Raman, CEO of IPL, shall continue or some other person has to be ...
 Orissa India4 weeks ago SC verdict puts Srinivasan in a quandary  Cricbuzz.com1 month ago IPL fixing scam: Judgement day for Srinivasan and Chennai Super Kings  Rediff.com1 month ago D-DAY: Supreme Court to deliver IPL verdict at 2 pm today  Pune Mirror1 month ago

Chennai, Pune back as IPL venues for 2015

Chennai Super Kings fans. Photograph: BCCI Pune and Chennai have been added to the list of host venues for this season's Indian Premier League, scheduled in April-May, after missing out on the distinction in 2014 due to different reasons."At the request of King's XI Punjab, we have decided to allot two or three of their home games to Pune," BCCI sources said after the IPL Governing Council meeting in Mumbai, on Tuesday.Last year Pune did not host any IPL games at the new stadium after the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Chennai Pune Raipur back on IPL itinerary  MSN News2 weeks ago IPL 8: Pune added to match hosting venues  Mid Day2 weeks ago Pune, Chennai set to be IPL 2015 venues  24Dunia2 weeks ago

Srinivasan decides to snap CSK ties

NEW DELHI: A cornered N Srinivasan has decided to disassociate himself from Chennai Super Kings (CSK) following the Supreme Court's ban on Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) office bearers having any commercial interests in the board's ...
 Times of India1 month ago Srinivasan to snap ties with CSK: Reports  Cricbuzz.com1 month ago Disqualify CSK Without Further Inquiry, says Supreme Court  International Business Times India1 month ago
Financial Express

India Cements stock surges over 12 pc after Chennai Super Kings Cricket hive off move

Led by the sharp gain in the stock, the company's market valuation rose by Rs 359.6 crore to Rs 3,277.60 crore. (Reuters) Shares of India Cements rose sharply by over 12 per cent after BCCI President-in-exile N Srinivasan led company's board ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Sports out, is India Cements a better play?  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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