Bangalore: Kings XI Punjab owner Ness Wadia on Wednesday said the spot-fixing scandal that rocked the Indian Premier League last year has made a dent on brand IPL. "I have not seen the Mudgal report and let us wait for the decision to come. IBNLive India News, 2 weeks ago
Wadia: Fixing Scandal Dented IPL Brand - Sri Lanka Sunday Leader, 3 weeks ago
Spot-fixing scandal dented brand IPL, says KXIP owner Ness Wadia - ZeeNews.com, 3 weeks ago
The franchise is now looking forward to day two of the auction tomorrow. The first day at the auction ended with Kings XI Punjab, one of the competing IPL franchisees, bagging experienced cricketers like Glenn Maxwell, Mitchell Johnson, Virender ...India Infoline, 3 weeks ago
Bangalore : India's flamboyant all-rounder Yuvraj Singh was sold to Royal Challengers Bangalore for a staggering Rs.14 crore while Dinesh Karthik was bought by Delhi Daredevils for a whopping Rs.12.5 crore in the players' auction for the seventh ...IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago Live IPL auction: Royal Challengers buy Yuvraj for Rs.14 crores IndiaTV News, 4 weeks ago
LUCKNOW: In the case of alleged under-priced sale of sugar mills during the Bahujan Samaj Party's regime, Lokayukta Justice (retired) NK Mehrotra has issued summon notices to former chief secretary Atul Kumar Gupta and former principal secretary, ...Times of India, 1 month ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!