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IPL 2012 : News

We didn't expect the onslaught from Bisla: CSK coach

Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming said while his team's strategy to target Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir worked, little known Manvinder Bisla's outstanding knock came as a surprise and snatched the game away from the defending champions.

Shah Rukh's apology likely to be taken up at MCA meeting today

The Mumbai Cricket Association officials, who had imposed a five-year ban on Shah Rukh Khan, are likely to discuss later on Monday the apology rendered by the Bollywood superstar at Chennai on Sunday night for his misbehaviour at the Wankhede Stadium on May 16.

Mission accomplished, says triumphant skipper Gambhir

Jubilant Kolkata Knight Riders captain Gautam Gambhir on Sunday said that it was about completing a mission they had embarked upon when the tournament started 54 days back.

KKR deserving winners but Dhoni is India's best T20 captain: Ganguly

Describing Kolkata Knight Riders as "deserving winners" of the IPL, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly praised Manvinder Bisla for his cracker of an innings that set the stage for the team's triumph in the final against CSK on Sunday. KKR beat defending champs CSK to win maiden IPL title | Knights are super kings | Record book for IPL 5

Gambhir's superstition with pads works for KKR

It is common knowledge that sportsmen tend to relate success with superstition and it has been affirmed by Gautam Gambhir who has been so superstitious through the IPL that he stuck to his routine of keeping his pads on till the very end in every game.

Mamata to felicitate IPL champs KKR

Elated at the Kolkata Knight Riders' (KKR) maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) title, the West Bengal government will felicitate the victorious city franchise in a ceremony at the Eden Gardens, said chief minister Mamata Banerjee today.

KKR was destined to win: Ganguly

Former India skipper Sourav Ganguly today hailed the maiden victory of Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL, saying the team was destined to win and credited little-known Manvinder Singh Bisla for the triumph.

Shah Rukh's video strategy works wonders for KKR

Was it a motivational video that team co-owner Shah Rukh Khan showed to the Kolkata Knight Riders cricketers charge up the team hours before the Indian Premier League final? So says key players.

Marksheet can wait, not Shah Rukh Khan

Clad in purple, 16-year old Nilu Mandal was dancing away in front of Eden Gardens at 8am on Tuesday. Nothing untoward, except that the Madhyamik results were out and Mandal was yet to pick up his marksheet. HT reports.

Critics slam Mamata for overboard celebrations of KKR win

The Bengal government's decision to organise an extravagant felicitation function for the IPL V winners, Kolkata Knight Riders has created a controversy with several prominent political leaders and cricket experts questioning the wisdom of spending so much on the achievement of a domestic club side.

Lee impressed with Gambhir's captaincy

Australian speedster Brett Lee is impressed with the leadership skills of his IPL-winning side Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir and praised him for the way he lived up to the challenge of captaining a side with players from different countries.

Wrong to call me 'badshah of cricket': Shah Rukh

Bollywood 'Badshah' Shah Rukh Khan refuses to be called the "badshah of cricket" following the recent title victory of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). He says the credit for the win goes to the entire team.

Only Knight Riders belong to Kolkata: Gambhir

Indian Premier League (IPL) champions Kolkata Knight Riders' captain Gautam Gambhir says he never felt like an outsider in the state, which is obsessed with home boy and Pune Warriors skipper Sourav Ganguly.

Capital connect will not matter in this clash of colours

Delhi boys lead the way in both teams as Kolkata Knight Riders look to begin on a winning note. Nilankur Das  reports. The face-offs

For Bayliss, KKR is more than a family

It could be the money, or glamour, or just the competitive learning experience that comes with a coat of fun. But quite a few players and coaches who had come to India have stayed on with the Indian Premier League.
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