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IPL 2012 : News

Chaos outside Eden after KKR felicitation programme

There was chaos outside the Eden Gardens after an hour-long felicitation function of the IPL champions Kolkata Knight Riders when a large crowd broke barricades and engaged in scuffles with the police in a bid to enter the grounds today.

We have done it, says Shah Rukh on arrival in Kolkata

"Korechi, Lorechi, Jitechi Re" (We have done it, we have fought it out, we have won it), said Bollywood badshah Shah Rukh Khan on his arrival in the city Monday night, a day after his team Kolkata Knight Riders emerged champions in the Indian Premier League.

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.

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.

Luke's incident an unfortunate one: Kumble

Former India captain Anil Kumble today termed as "unfortunate" the incident involving Australian cricketer, Luke Pomersbach, who was today arrested for allegedly molesting an American woman and severely beating up her fiance at a city hotel in New Delhi.

BCCI will decide on SRK ban: Rajiv Shukla

With the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) slapping a five-year ban on actor Shah Rukh Khan from entering the Wankhede Stadium, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Friday said that a decision on this has to be taken by it.

Pomersbach no stranger to brawls

The alleged misbehaviour by Australia's Luke Pomersbach at a city hotel on Thursday night does not come as an isolated incident as the cricketer has a history of getting caught on the wrong side of the law since making his debut for Western Australia in 2006.

Kings XI's Srivastava claims innocence in spot-fixing charges

Kings XI Punjab pacer Shalabh Srivastava, who was shown demanding Rs.10 lakh to bowl a deliberate no-ball in a sting operation by a TV channel, has claimed innocence and said it was a conspiracy to malign him.

Gavaskar backs BCCI's decision to ban players

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar today supported the BCCI for suspending five uncapped Indian players as allegation of spot-fixing in the IPL surfaced through a television sting operation.

Daredevils win by five wickets, book playoff berth

Delhi Daredevils qualified for the playoffs with a scrappy five-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPl) at the Ferozeshah Kotla in New Delhi on Tuesday. Scorecard

Mishra says sting statements made casually, Pune suspends him

Tainted cricketer Mohnish Mishra today accepted the statements he made during the 'sting' operation which claimed to have exposed corruption in the IPL but said he had done that casually "to develop his value".

Mumbai Indians, the bad boys of IPL-5

With 18 points from 14 games, the Mumbai team management should be proud of its players, but one is not sure if they are happy with the disciplinary record as the boys have provided the most ugly moments of this season. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports. The offenders |
Mumbai meets Kolkata in IPL cracker 

Will Srinivasan allow a probe against himself?

When it comes to judging corruption allegations in cricket, particularly in the sub-continent, 'no smoke without fire' has become the favoured testing method.
N Ananthanarayanan writes. The Guilty

Daredevils have a field day at Kotla

The Daredevils captain sort of laid down the 'ground rules' for the game with two impressive catches, and his team promptly took the cue to come up with one of the most impressive showings on the field. Subhash Rajta reports. Cracking shots

Wrong to say owners are involved: BCCI

Keeping faith in the IPL franchisee owners, BCCI President N Srinivisan on Tuesday refused to believe that the team owners may have some involvement in the spot-fixing as the Twenty20 league is under-scanner now.
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