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SC wants CSK out of IPL, queers Srini's return pitch
Times of India

SC wants CSK out of IPL, queers Srini's return pitch

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday turned the heat on BCCI suspended president N Srinivasan and Chennai Super Kings, the IPL franchise owned by Srinivasan's India Cement, by saying that the team should be disqualified from IPL without any ... Times of India, 1 hour ago

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Deccan Chronicle, 3 hours ago
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PardaPhash, 15 hours ago
Odisha Samaya, 16 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle, 15 hours ago
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Times of India, 1 hour ago
IndiaTV News, 3 hours ago
IndiaTV News, 1 day ago
PardaPhash, 15 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

SC wonders if CSK can be taken out of IPL

While examining charges of conflict of interest against BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan, the Supreme Court on Thursday wondered whether the issue would persist if Chennai Super Kings (CSK) is taken out of the Indian Premier League (IPL).CSK is ...
 Deccan Herald1 hour ago SC questions BCCI on CSK  The Statesman2 hours ago Supreme Court names, slams MS Dhoni over being silent on IPL spot-fixing  Deccan Chronicle3 hours ago Why CSK shouldn't be disqualified from IPL?: SC questions BCCI  ZeeNews.com9 hours ago
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Deccan Chronicle

We allowed it to happen, says Lalit Modi

Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi Chennai: Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi said on Thursday that it was a mistake by the Board members including himself to allow N. Srinivasan buy an IPL team. Yes, we allowed it to happen. And wrongfully so.
 Deccan Chronicle2 hours ago Lalit Modi bats for axing of CSK, RR and IPL COO Sundar Raman  Indian Express3 days ago Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals should be terminated: Lalit Modi  IndiaTV News3 days ago Mudgal Report live: Mistake to allow Srini to buy CSK, says Lalit Modi  Firstpost.com14 hours ago
NDTV

IPL CEO calls for relook into helmet design

DUBAI: Indian Premier League CEO Sundar Raman said on Wednesday that a serious look into the safety of players is needed in the light of the recent Phillip Hughes incident. Raman who was here for the Host Cities conference and talked about how ...
 Times of India18 hours ago Sundar Raman refuses to speak on IPL fixing  Asian Age1 day ago No IPL in UAE in 2015, Hints Sundar Raman  NDTV1 day ago IPL COO bats for better safety measures on cricket pitch  Indian Express1 day ago
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PardaPhash

IPL Scam: Why CSK is not being terminated, quizzes SC

New Delhi: Delivering a list of directives after thoroughly observing the Mudgal Committee report on IPL spot-fixing and illegal betting scandal, the Supreme Court on Thursday quizzed the board that why the Chennai Super Kings franchise isn't being ...
 PardaPhash15 hours ago Act on Mudgal report and disqualify CSK from IPL, SC observes  Times of India16 hours ago Mudgal Report live: Disqualify CSK from IPL, no further probe needed, says SC  First Post.com17 hours ago SC: BCCI must disqualify CSK, act on Mudgal report  Zee News16 hours ago
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Firstpost.com

Why should we not disqualify CSK, asks Supreme Court

The future of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) grew murkier on Thursday as the Supreme Court questioned whether the IPL franchise could be scrapped in order to eliminate the conflict of interest issues related N Srinivasan dual positions as BCCI ...
 Firstpost.com8 hours ago CSK beamers put India Cements on backfoot  Hindu Business Line6 hours ago Supreme Court says CSK should be disqualified, questions Dhoni's role  India Today10 hours ago Supreme Court demands termination of CSK; unhappy with Dhoni's dual role  Rediff.com14 hours ago
The Week

India Cements slips after SC order

India Cements has erased all its earlier gains and fell sharply in the noon deals after the Supreme Court, hearing the IPL spot fixing case, said Chennai Super Kings must be disqualified 'without further enquiry'. The Supreme Court also asked its ...
 India Infoline15 hours ago India Cements falls 2% after SC seeks dropping CSK from IPL  Money Control16 hours ago India Cements share slides nine per cent  The Week1 day ago India Cements share cracks, slides nine percent  Chennai Online2 days ago
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Come November 2015, baseball hitters will enter IPL

DUBAI: US baseball hitters, with a penchant to hit home runs and send the ball flying out of the park, are all set to enter the Indian Premiere League (IPL). American Sports agent J B Bernstein and his business partner Ash Vasudevan will begin ...
 Times of India18 hours ago Two American sports agents going on a hunt for baseball hitters who could be IPL stars  Economic Times22 hours ago
Ani News

My perseverance has seen BCCI case reaching so far, says Lalit Modi

Nov 27, 2:59 pm New Delhi, Nov. 27 ( ANI ): Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi on Thursday welcomed the Supreme Court's verdict against the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings and former Board of Control for Cricket in ...
 Ani News14 hours ago INDIA CEMENTS : Modi morality lesson for foe  4 Traders15 hours ago
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Odisha Samaya

CSK to exclude from IPL

Supreme Court of India today decided to exclude the Chennai Super Kings from the Indian Premiere League. Supreme Court has also decided to declare the CSK team
 Odisha Samaya16 hours ago Supreme Court: Disqualify CSK Without Further Inquiry  International Business Times India11 hours ago
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