- Sourav Ganguly insists that holding IPL was not a mistake
- IPL 2021 was suspended after players tested positive for COVID-19
- Due to the tight schedule, rescheduling the tournament was difficult
- Cricket Australia said that the BCCI is working to arrange a charter flight for IPL's Australian recruits
- The IPL has an Australian contingent of 40 members
- It includes players, coaching staff and commentators
- Franchises and the stakeholeders insisted that cricket can wait while the country fights the COVID-19 crisis
- The mega T20 tournament was suspended abruptly after multiple COVID-19 cases were reported
- Royal Challengers Banglore said that they supported the decision
- The BCCI stands to lose over Rs 2,000 crore of the broadcast and sponsorship money earmarked for this year's Indian Premier League
- The BCCI was forced to postpone the IPL after multiple cases of COVID-19 among players and support staff emerged
- The biggest loss for BCCI is the money it gets from Star Sports for the broadcast rights of the tournament
- MI, RCB and PBKS released a statement saying that they are working closely with the BCCI to make travel arrangements for the players
- BCCI had taken the responsibility for every players safe return to their homes
- IPL has been currently suspended until further notice because of the breach in the bio-bubble
Kolkata, May 4 (PTI) Franchises and stakeholders of the Indian Premier League on Tuesday hailed the BCCI's decision to suspend the tournament indefinitely, insisting that cricket can wait while ...
New Delhi, May 4 (PTI) The BCCI stands to lose over Rs 2000 crore of the broadcast and sponsorship money earmarked for this year's Indian Premier League which was indefinitely postponed on ...
Melbourne, May 4 (PTI) Cricket Australia on Tuesday said it will not seek exemption from a government-imposed travel ban on flights from India but will coordinate with the BCCI to ensure that ...
New Delhi, May 4 (PTI) The BCCI has granted No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to four Indian women cricketers, including T20 captain Harmanpreet Kaur, to play in the inaugural 'Hundred' ...