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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Dec 2014

IPL 2012 : News

'Wankhede episode ploy to divert attention from spot fixing'

Former cricketer and BJP MP Kirti Azad today came to the aid of actor Shah Rukh Khan on the Wankhede stadium incident saying the whole episode is a ploy to divert attention from the spot fixing scandal.

Chris Gayle blitz puts RCB in the driver's seat

Chris Gayle was destructive, to say the least. Making a mincemeat of every bowling option that Mahela Jayawardene had, Gayle got to his century in 53 balls - in which the latter half of the runs coming in just 16 balls, making it possibly the fastest 50 runs ever. Debjeet Kundu reports.

Wankhede brawl: MCA officials rubbish Shah Rukh's defence

Mumbai Cricket Association officials today rubbished Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's version of the fracas at the Wankhede Stadium last night, saying his statement had no basis. Video

When Shah Rukh scripted a drama at Wankhede

SRK’s scuffle following a cricket match was witnessed by Sanjjeev Samyal from HT. An account of what actually happened.

Gayle-force exposes flaw

One doubts if there is a bigger catch in the Indian Premier League than Chris Gayle? After all, he is the most destructive batsman in Twenty20 cricket. Had he been sold in the auction, it's a good bet that he would have broken all records. Sanjjeev K Samyal writes.

Go 'footloose', unshackle IPL from the Board's control?

Union sports minister Ajay Maken's suggestion that the Indian Premier League (IPL) be separated from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is worth more than a thought. To elucidate his point, Maken mentioned the English Premier League (EPL).

‘Being targeted because I’m a celebrity’

"I will not apologise because I did not do anything wrong,” said actor Shah Rukh Khan, insisting that he did not start the scuffle at Wankhede stadium on Wednesday night.

Cops register NC against Khan, 3 others

The police on Thursday registered a non-cognisable case against actor Shah Rukh Khan and three others in connection with the scuffle at Wankhede Stadium on Wednesday night.

Molestation charge rocks IPL

The revelry after an IPL match took an ugly turn in Delhi in the early hours of Friday when RCB's Luke Pomersbach allegedly molested a US national in her hotel room, thrashed her companion and was later arrested by the Delhi Police. HT reports. Luke tried to kiss me, punched my fiance 

IPL chief Rajiv Shukla distances sport from molestation case

The IPL today distanced itself from the molestation case involving Royal Challengers Bangalore player Luke Pomersbach with its chief Rajiv Shukla saying that it was "an individual misbehaviour of an individual player".

BJP leader Kirti Azad to fast at Kotla against IPL

Demanding that the Indian Premier League (IPL) be "closed", Bharatiya Janata Party MP and former cricketer Kirti Azad on Friday said he would go on a fast against the sporting event after the slew of controversies.

'Last-gasp IPL thrillers stressful for players, spectators'

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Albie Morkel says last-gasp thrillers in the Indian Premier League can be stressful for both players and spectators. Everyone is on tenterhooks in those tense, closing stages.

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IPL made a positive impact on world cricket: Nannes

Dirk Nannes and Ray Jenning
Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Dirk Nannes feels that the high-profile Indian Premier League has been a good learning experience for players from across the countries, and the Twenty20 tournament has made a positive impact on world cricket.

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