Broadening the horizon of his WikiLeak-type revelations on the Gandhi family, former IPL chief Lalit Modi has now also included BJP MP Varun Gandhi and his aunt, Congress president Sonia Gandhi. In the latest, the tainted former cricket ... International Business Times India, 4 days ago
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With the Indian Premier League (IPL) rights for the next 10 years looming large, how hard should Sony ESPN and Star Sports, the two surviving television empires, go at it? Yes, it is important to have and show the IPL as a marquee global product.Businessworld India, 4 weeks ago
The highly anticipated invitation to tender for the cash-rich Indian Premier League will be issued very shortly with the BCCI expecting bids ranging from $2.5 billion to $3 billion or Rs 16,000 crore to Rs 20,000 crore for a 10-year period. Indian sports ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago Broadcast rights to rake in Rs 19,000 crore for BCCI for 10-year-period Deccan Chronicle, 1 month ago
In the 1990s the American beverage giants Coca-Cola and Pepsi slugged it out on the cricket field for to be first among equals in the endorsement and sponsorship sweepstakes. A few years later, it was Korean consumer durable majors — LG and Samsung who were ...Asian Age, 1 month ago China invades Indian cricket The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Actor Emraan Hashmi, often associated with steamy scenes, says he does not believe in comparisons and it's not fair to call an actor the 'next someone'. Asked whether Ranveer Singh can be called the next Emraan Hashmi as the 'Bajirao Mastani' star ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Newbie Kriti Kharbanda, who is making her Bollywood debut with horror film 'Raaz Reboot,' says kissing on-screen was a tough task for her. Kriti has worked extensively in down South, but had inhibitions while filming the intimate scenes. A young ...Times of India, 1 month ago
‘In two years there will be consolidation. Look at the Indian brands now. Only three of us are surviving, many others have died. What will differentiate us are two things -- timing of our launches in the market and the communication to the consumer,” Narendra Bansal, CMD of Intex, tells Arnab Dutta. A working lunch at New Delhi’s Shangri-La hotel is hardly a relaxing break. Located a kilometre from the Central Secretariat -- the busy power centre of the Indian bureaucracy -- ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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