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Preity alleges Wadia of inhuman behavior
Jagran Post

Preity alleges Wadia of inhuman behavior

According to reports Preity has complained that Ness abused and manhandled her on May 30, during an IPL match at Wankhede Stadium after which she launched FIR against Wadia. Preity had submitted a letter to Rakesh Maria Mumbai police commissioner on ... Jagran Post, 1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Molestation case: Preity had used harsh words against Wadia, witness tells cops

Preity Zinta had accused Ness Wadia of molesting, abusing and threatening her during an IPL match. Photo: Viral Bhayani Mumbai: A witness listed by industrialist Ness Wadia has told the police that it was Preity Zinta, who used harsh words ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Preity Zinta had used harsh words against Ness Wadia: witness tells cops  DNA India1 month ago Preity Used Harsh Words Against Ness: Witness  India-West1 month ago Preity had used harsh words against Wadia says a witness  Samaylive1 month ago
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JP Duminy out of Champions League

- Harare—JP Duminy, the Cobras and South Africa batsman, will not take part in the Champions League T20 following a knee injury he picked up during the tri-series in Zimbabwe. He was withdrawn from the squad and did not travel to India. The ...
 Pakistan Observer2 days ago
Gulf News

CLT20 first-timers look for impressive start

DELHI (ESPNCricinfo): The Champions League T20 may still be struggling to find a place as a marquee T20 competition but one debate the tournament regularly throws up centres on the preference overseas players give to their IPL franchise over their ...
 Frontier Post2 days ago Champions League T20: Time for another dose of Twenty20  Gulf News1 week ago Time for another dose of Twenty20  Gulf News1 week ago
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Four witnesses deny argument between Ness and Priety

Four more witnesses listed by industrialist Ness Wadia, accused of molesting, abusing Bollywood actress Preity Zinta during an Indian Premiere League match on May 30 at Wankhede Stadium, have testified before the investigators, denying any arguments between the estranged couple, the police said on Thursday. The statements of four more witnesses -- Rustom Lawyer, his wife Gia Lawyer, Nicholas Chen and Saumitra Srivastava, who were present in the stadium on May 30, were recorded yesterday, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Priety-Ness Case: Four Witnesses Deny Argument Between Couple  Outlook India2 weeks ago Priety-Ness: Four Witnesses Deny Argument Between Couple  Outlook India2 weeks ago

No takers for BCCI's incentives [Mail Today (India)]

[September 02, 2014] (Mail Today (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Board tries to attract sponsors with many discounts, but in vain C ONSIDERABLY reduced reserve price in tenders, a spate of incentives for in- stadia ...
 TMC Net2 weeks ago

Cricket could go into bat at Hub

Indian Premier League looks at hosting matches at venue, Asia Cup may follow. A tournament featuring three Indian Premier League (IPL) teams at the new National Stadium is on the cards. Following a meeting between IPL top executive Sundar Raman, ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago
Times of India

Shastri: I need to find out what went wrong

London : For someone who started his Test career batting at No. 10 and ended up being one of India's most successful openers, life has always been a challenge for Ravi Shastri. The former India captain, who was unveiled as the director of the ...
 South Asian Observer4 weeks ago My job is to find out what went wrong and file a report: Shastri  Times of India1 month ago

No appeal by world body, more egg on BCCI's face

Calcutta: With eggs being directed at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) from different quarters, ordinary folks may actually have to do without them for a while. If last Friday's ruling by judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis wasn't bad ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Dhoni & Co. unhappy with the James Anderson ruling

Calcutta: India's cricketers, whore currently in England, are understood to be in a state of ekdum khush nahin following judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis's clean chit to James Anderson. That Ravindra Jadeja's fine got overturned, at the same ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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