Canceling IPL 2020 is not as easy as it sounds. Megabucks involved shows it’s more than just a league. In fact, it’s the anti-dote for a dented economy.
With a sword of cancellation hanging on the lucrative T20 league due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rajasthan Royals (RR) franchise is hoping for a shortened IPL 2020 involving only the Indian players.
Following the recent completion of Indian Prime Minister’s dream project, it’s time to get an insight into the major companies and organziations that made the Motera Stadium project an engineering success.
The COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has already affected the scheduled start of the T20 extravaganza. With the current scenario that prevails, BCCI is looking all set to schedule a truncated IPL 2020 in July.
The coronavirus outbreak has hit the world and wreaked havoc on the sporting calendar with numerous games and events either getting delayed, or being shifted to closed-door games. Is IPL 2020 next in line? The effect of coronavirus has been…
Amid growing coronavirus panic, institutions are shutting down and public gatherings are being avoided, putting a huge question mark on India’s biggest sporting event The IPL, scheduled to start on 29th March.
With its 13th season on the cards, it’s really exciting to explore how the top quality of players stemming from BCCI protocol has made the Indian Premier League (IPL) stand above and stay bigger than counterparts like PSL, CPL & Big Bash.
Unquestionably the country’s greatest captain, MS Dhoni is no longer a player for Team India, but the road doesn’t stop there for ‘Captain Cool’, if reports are to be believed, MSD as Coach can be on the cards.
Board of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly on Friday defended her daughter Sana over her Instagram post related to the citizenship law and said that she is too young for all this.