A chance to participate in the lucrative Champions League next years is what makes the fight for the third place exciting as Deccan Chargers take on Royal Challengers Bangalore today.
Amid increasing attacks on Lalit Modi, a member of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Governing Council on Friday hinted to its Commissioner that he should quit.
Rejecting allegations of impropriety about its transactions related to the Indian Premier League (IPL), World Sports Group (WSG) said today it has not used funds received in connection with the IPL broadcast rights for “inappropriate or unlawful activities”.
Union Ministers Sharad Pawar and Praful Patel came in the line of fire of the Opposition which demanded their resignation in the wake of IPL controversy and constitution of a Joint Parliamentary Committee to probe it, a plea government has promised to consider. | Special
Riding on an exceptional opening burst from off-spinner R Ashwin and left-arm speedster Doug Bollinger, CSK took the fizz out of Deccan Chargers' run chase to register a convincing 38-run victory at the Dr DY Patil Sports Stadium. Amol Karhadkar
Sachin Tendulkar will celebrate his 37th birthday on Saturday. But more than the celebrations, the Mumbai Indians’ skipper will be contemplating on whether to lead his team in their maiden IPL final on Sunday despite injuring his right hand. Amol Karhadkar
Seeking to know whether Indian Premier League tournament was a "profiteering" venture, the Bombay HC today asked BCCI and IPL to give information on the income generated from T-20 matches that were played in Maharashtra.
Sachin Tendulkar emerged the most searched Indian cricketer by fans in Google, followed by Sourav Ganguly, among the players in the third edition of Indian Premier League.
Mumbai Indians captain Sachin Tendulkar, who suffered an injury on his right hand in their semifinal win over Royal Challengers Bangalore, is doubtful to play in the finals on April 24.
A giant screen inside a ground in India is a commonplace, but has anyone seen one outside it? If your answer is no then come to watch the remaining three IPL matches at Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium. A giant screen has been erected inside the stadium premises for people to revel in the IPL fever.
Mumbai Indians relied on their rampaging form to outclass Royal Challengers Bangalore by 35 runs in their ‘backyard’ and romped into the final of the Indian Premier League in Mumbai on Wednesday. Amol Karhadkar
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For a better part of IPL III, it was as if the Deccan Chargers had failed to decipher the team anthem of “Go Chargers”. The defending champions appeared to be down and out even before the tournament neared its business end. But with five wins on the trot, the defending champions are high on confidence, reports Amol Karhadkar
Adam Gilchrist led his side to victory in IPL II and the Deccan Chargers’ skipper is hoping history repeats itself. Despite a tepid show with the bat, Gilchrist has sparkled with his captaincy and it showed in the way he motivated his squad to bounce back from the brink of exit, reports HT Correspondent.
Chasing a target of 185 runs, set by the Mumbai Indians, the Royal Challengers Bangalore fell 35 runs short and lost the first semifinal at the DY Patil Stadium.
The Delhi & Districts Cricket Association, not the most unified house or happy bunch at the best of times, are extremely unhappy with their interactions with the GMR Group, who own the Delhi Daredevils, whose home ground is the Kotla, reports Anand Vasu.