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Rajeev Shukla Hints Remainder Of IPL 2021 Could Start On 19th September And Conclude On 10th October

Rajeev Shukla, BCCI vice-president has arrived in the UAE to lay the groundwork for the remaining leg of IPL 2021, while president Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah, and IPL chairman Brijesh Patel will reach the country soon, according to a report. The IPL 2021 was suspended midway due to few positive cases in certain teams, on

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Arun Dhumal, Treasurer of BCCI Photo by: Arjun Singh / Sportzpics for BCCI
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Had BCCI Known Condition Would Deteriorate, IPL 2021 Would Have Been Overseas: Arun Dhumal

Arun Dhumal, BCCI treasurer spoke on IPL 2021 being suspended indefinitely in a chat with The Indian Express,  and several other issues pertaining to IPL. The BCCI officials endured some sleepless nights with Covid-19 cases coming over the last few days. With several members among IPL franchises testing positive, the Board had no option but to

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IPL Trophy, Image Credits: Twitter
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IPL 2021 Suspended Indefinitely: Players Might Have Contracted COVID-19 At Airport

IPL 2021 stands suspended indefinitely, and the reason behind this a possible breach of bio-bubble. However, the question arises where did the breach actually take place or where the players contracted the virus despite a watertight bio-bubble and strict protocols in place. A possible answer is the airport terminals. Unlike IPL 2020 at UAE where

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IPL Trophy. (Photo Source: IPL/BCCI)
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IPL 2021 Cancellation Fallout: T20I World Cup Could Be Held In The UAE

IPL 2021 was suspended indefinitely following a rise in cases of COVID-19 within the bio bubble. Brijesh Patel, IPL chairman on Tuesday said the BCCI will “find a way” to arrange for the return of foreign players participating in IPL 2021. IPL 2021 Cancelled As Chairman Brijesh Patel Says BCCI Will Find A Way To

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IPL 2021 will is scheduled from April 9 to May 30 [Credits: IPL]
IPL 2021 will is scheduled from April 9 to May 30 [Credits: IPL]
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BCCI Announces Online Broker Upstox As An Official Partner For IPL 2021

IPL GC(Indian Premier League Governing Council) today announced Upstox, one of India’s leading and fastest-growing digital brokerage firms, as an official partner for IPL, which will begin on April 9th, 2021. This will be a multi-year partnership. Founded with the vision of making financial investing easy, equitable, and affordable to all Indian investors, Upstox provides

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Sourav Ganguly. Credits: BCCI Twitter
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Sourav Ganguly Attended IPL Governing Council Meet From Hospital On 5th January

Sourav Ganguly, BCCI president and former Indian skipper who was discharged from Kolkata’s Woodlands hospital on Thursday morning, attended the IPL Governing Council meet from his hospital bed on January 5. There were some key decisions to be taken in the meeting and Sourav Ganguly who was recuperating after undergoing an angioplasty, was most likely

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Brijesh Patel. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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IPL 2020: This Year’s Viewership Will Be The Highest Ever- IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel

IPL Chairman Brijesh Patel predicts the viewership of the IPL 2020 will be the highest ever. The reason being, fans have been waiting for the cricketing action to restart after the pandemic influenced the gap. The Indian cricketers along with some international players haven’t been back on the pitch since the coronavirus triggered lockdown around

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IPL (Credits: Twitter)
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IPL 2020: BCCI Gets Permission From Central Government To Conduct Tournament In UAE, Confirms IPL Chairman

The BCCI has finally received the green light from the central government to stage this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) in UAE. IPL chairman Brijesh Patel confirmed the news on Monday (August 10). Last week, the IPL GC had confirmed UAE as the venue of the competition due to the alarming coronavirus situation in India.

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