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Indian Super League football: Major signings on day 1 of players draft
One India

Indian Super League football: Major signings on day 1 of playe...

Mumbai, July 22: Current India custodian Subrata Paul and midfielder Syed Rahim Nabi were the big signings by Mumbai franchise on day one of the two-day inaugural eight-team Hero Indian Super League football domestic players draft held here today. The ... One India, 2 hours ago
Subrata Paul, Nabi to play for Mumbai in ISL Press Trust of India, 5 hours ago

Great opportunity for I-League clubs to tie up with ISL franchises Bhaichung Bhutia

By | Sportskeeda Bhaichung Bhutia Former India captain Bhaichung Bhutia analysed every round of the first day of the Indian Super League domestic draft but while addressing the media the Sikkimese Sniper was asked questions regarding the ...
 Yahoo! India2 hours ago Money not very good in ISL: Bhutia  New Indian Express2 hours ago Bhutia unhappy with ISL pay package  The Hindu2 hours ago Money not very good but Indian Super League won't harm Indian football: Bhaichung Bhutia  Economic Times3 hours ago
Times of India

Indian footballers eyeing ISL windfall

PANAJI: India's leading footballers are smacking their lips in anticipation of the Indian Super League (ISL), the franchise-based tournament which is scheduled to kick off in September. While the tournament will, to a large extent, help promoters ...
 Times of India1 day ago We want to popularise football in India IMG football vice president Andy Knee  Yahoo! India1 hour ago
Mid Day

Delhi's ISL franchise launched

The Delhi franchise of the Indian Super League (ISL), Delhi Dynamos, was unveiled on Wednesday and announced its tie-up with famous Dutch club Feyenoord Rotterdam. The club would be sharing its knowledge of the sport with the Delhi outfit to help in its ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago Pires is likely to be a part of ISL  Calcutta Telegraph12 hours ago IPTL will go ahead as planned: Bhupathi  Mid Day2 days ago Hero MotorCop to be title sponsor of Indian Super League  Hindu Business Line1 hour ago
Indian Express

We concentrated on players from NE only, says John Abraham on ISL

Bollywood actor John Abraham who co-owns the North East United FC, the Guwahati franchise of the upcoming Indian Super League, today said his team management`s aim was to concentrate on Indian players from that region only. "We were very clear that ...
 ZeeNews.com5 hours ago We concentrated on players from northeast only: Abraham  Business Standard India5 hours ago We were clear that we would select players from Northeast: John Abraham  Indian Express5 hours ago Indian Super League: Success is secondary …  Yahoo! India6 hours ago
New Indian Express

No draft for marquee managers

PANAJI: All eight franchisees of the Indian Super League (ISL) will have to mandatorily sign marquee managers of their own. IMG-Reliance, organizers of the ISL, had initially drafted an impressive list of managers for the tournament which included ...
 Times of India15 hours ago ISL domestic player draft: Mumbai and Kerala pick four India internationals each  Yahoo! India6 hours ago LIVE: Indian Super League Domestic …  Yahoo! India8 hours ago Pune first up for domestic draft  Times of India18 hours ago
Financial Express

Kotak believes in long-term franchise of MCX: Paul Parambi

Related to : Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd,Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd BSE 21 Jul 14 | 01:19 PM 870.30 84.05 (10.69%) NSE 21 Jul 14 | 01:10 PM 871.95 85.45 (10.86%) Private sector lender ...
 Smart Investor1 day ago FTIL to sell 15% in MCX to Kotak Mahindra for Rs 459 cr  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago Kotak Mahindra Bank to buy 15% stake in MCX  Hindu Business Line1 day ago MCX shares soar 8% after Kotak stake buy  Smart Investor11 hours ago
IBNLive India News

Teams to vie for domestic stars

Six of the eight Hero India Super League franchises will try to pick the best talent up for grabs from the Domestic Player Draft over the next three days starting here on Monday. The strong list of domestic footballers will feature senior national ...
 Asian Age2 days ago ISL auction to kick off in Mumbai tomorrow  Deccan Herald2 days ago Indian Super League clubs to pick from domestic player draft  IBNLive India News3 days ago ISL clubs to pick best talent from Domestic Player Draft  ZeeNews.com3 days ago
APN News

Capdevila roped in

GUWAHATI, July 16 (PTI): North East United Football Club, the Guwahati franchise of the upcoming Indian Super League, today named former World and European Championships winning Spanish defender Joan Capdevila as its marquee player.Capdevila who marshalled ...
 The Assam Tribune5 days ago Guwahati franchise ropes in Joan Capdevila  The Hindu6 days ago Guwahati franchise ropes in Spanish World Cup winner Capdevila  Business Standard India6 days ago AFA irked over team name  The Telegraph4 weeks ago

Sunil Gavaskar buys stake in Singapore franchise of Bhupathi's IPTL

A self-confessed tennis fan, former India cricket captain Sunil Gavaskar has bought stake in the Singapore franchise of veteran Mahesh Bhupathi's ambitious brainchild - the International Premier Tennis League. The post Sunil Gavaskar buys stake in Singapore ...
 First Post.com1 month ago The little master craftsman  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago Gavaskar buys stake in Singapore franchise of IPTL  Sify1 month ago
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