Social gaming startup Rooter to play user content to get more on board
In its new avatar, Rooter will allow fans to not just upload audio and video content, but also go live during the matches to comment & analyse for their followers.
Rajasthan Royals signs Expo 2020 Dubai as principal sponsor for IPL 2020
The one-year deal will see the next World Expo appear on the front o...
Cricket: Finally, India have a No. 4
Team India’s middle-order muddle is only well known, and perhaps reached a crescendo in 2019 when it bec...
Cricket: Team India needs to define KL Rahul's role in the team
Making Rahul move up and down the order so regularly is not beneficial for him, or the team. At a time when India are tinkering with more than one position in the middle order, Rahul’s success should be used to plug at least one gap. If the team doesn’t think he is a long-term option as an opener, then the most elegant solution would be to nail him down at No. 4.
There is no doubt Dhoni will be retained by CSK in 2021: N Srinivasan
The lack of a BCCI central contract for the two-time former World Cup winning captain has sparked fresh rumours of his retirement in the last few days but Srinivasan, who is the vice-president and managing director of Indian Cements, owners of CSK, made it clear that Dhoni will continue to play for his franchise.
Sunrisers Hyderabad signs JK Lakshmi Cement as title sponsor for IPL 2020
The cement brand was title sponsor of Rajasthan Royals in the last season, while Coolwinks Sunglasses was SRH’s lead sponsor.
Virat Kohli happy with RCB's buys in IPL auction
"I’m very happy with the players that we have selected and really looking forward to the new season. We've had a lot of discussions on the structure and balance of the team and this looks like a good start for us," Kohli said. "I believe it all comes down to every individual to give out their best performance during the league," Virat Kohli added.
Aryaman Birla takes break from cricket to focus on mental health, says was coping with severe anxiety related to the sport
Birla said he is taking an undefined sabbatical from cricket.
IPL auction today: Lights, camera, auction
Franchises to open their purse strings as they sit down to bid for the players they need to plug gaps in their respective squads.
Yashasvi's Journey: from selling Panipuri to multi-crore IPL deal
Jaiswal is currently an Under-19 World Cup-bound batsman, ready to represent India in the age-group showpiece in South Africa come January-February. His well-documented struggles include living in a tent after coming to Mumbai from his native Uttar Pradesh as an 11-year-old.
IPL auction: Teams look to plug gaps, players eager to 'cash' in
As many as 332 cricketers (186 Indian, 146 overseas players) will go under the hammer at the auction at a plush hotel here with Australia's all-rounder Glenn Maxwell and veteran South African fast bowler Dale Steyn among those opting for the highest base price of Rs 2 crore.
On Expected Lines: Cummins becomes IPL’s most expensive overseas buy ever
All the big buys of the day were all on expected lines. To Pat Cummins, who was bought for a whopping Rs 15.50 crores by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), first. KKR were content to see the others raise the price and as Venky Mysore, the CEO, said, “We were aware that post Rs 14.5 crores there will be a lull and our plan was to get in there and close the deal.
Star India reports Rs 1,216-cr loss in FY19
The company followed a ‘conservative accounting principle’ and booked expenses of Rs 4,000 crore on the Indian Premier League (IPL) during the fiscal under review. Star India suffered losses despite a 35% increase in revenues during the year.
IPL Auction: Pat Cummins becomes the most expensive foreign buy ever at Rs 15.5 crore
Morgan, who has played for KKR before, had a base price of Rs 1.50 crore. The men in purple had to stave off stiff competition from Delhi Capitals who were also interested in the swashbuckling southpaw. Morgan was second to go in the first set of players of the 13th auction where Chris Lynn, who was released by KKR, was roped in by Mumbai Indians for his base price of 2 crore without any bid.
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