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India loses IPL to South Africa

  • India loses IPL to South Africa

    India loses IPL to South Africa

  • A video grab of gunmen firing at a police vehicle in Lahore March 3, 2009. Six members of the Sri Lankan cricket squad were wounded when around a dozen gunmen attacked their bus as it drove under police escort to a stadium in the Pakistani city of Lahore, witnesses and officials said. It was this attack that spurred security concerns about hosting IPL matches in South Asia. (Reuters)

    A video grab of gunmen firing at a police vehicle in Lahore March 3, 2009. Six members of the Sri Lankan cricket squad were wounded when around a dozen gunmen attacked their bus as it drove under police escort to a stadium in the Pakistani city of Lahore, witnesses and officials said. It was this attack that spurred security concerns about hosting IPL matches in South Asia. (Reuters)

  • File photo of Home Minister P Chidambaram, who wasn't too happy that the IPL schedule was clashing with the dates set for the forthcoming general elections, and asked the organisers for a fresh set of dates.

    File photo of Home Minister P Chidambaram, who wasn't too happy that the IPL schedule was clashing with the dates set for the forthcoming general elections, and asked the organisers for a fresh set of dates.

  • Despite realigning dates and changing venues, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) failed to impress the government -- hence the hard decision to hold the matches in England or South Africa.

    Despite realigning dates and changing venues, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) failed to impress the government -- hence the hard decision to hold the matches in England or South Africa.

  • Finally, South Africa was chosen to host the second edition of the IPL

    Finally, South Africa was chosen to host the second edition of the IPL

  • Multi Screen Media (formerly Sony Entertainment Television) and World Sports Group sign the fresh nine-year broadcasting deal with BCCI for a mind-boggling 8,200 crore.

    Multi Screen Media (formerly Sony Entertainment Television) and World Sports Group sign the fresh nine-year broadcasting deal with BCCI for a mind-boggling 8,200 crore.

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