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Astill's study of India through cricket binoculars

The book came out last month; but our review has found space on indiantelevision.com only in September. Readers, who have not yet got their hands on the book, would be wise to do so. I am a cricket fanatic and thoroughly enjoyed reading this fast paced close peek of the evolution of modern India....

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ABP Majha celebrates excellence in Maharashtra

MUMBAI: "Delhi gave me birth, Mumbai brought me up. This state and this city have made me what I am today," said superstar Shah Rukh Khan at Majha Sanman Puraskar, ABP Majha's pioneer initiative which celebrates the contributions of Maharashtrain's in different fields.

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BCCI has shown the money, awaited is the promised dawn

When it comes to India cricket nothing is impossible! The sheer scale of revenues that the BCCI has been able to extract from its cricket property today stands at a mind-boggling $ 752 million (Rs 33.54 billion). Rs 27.24 billion for the media rights that have gone to Nimbus Communications, Rs 4.15...

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ICC fails to make demands on Indian govt

The International Cricket Council (ICC) after initially rubbishing Indian government media norms on cricket content sharing with pubcaster Prasar Bharati, today diplomatically made no demands on New Delhi.

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Prasar Bharati earns Rs 300 million profit from South Africa, Sri Lanka series

NEW DELHI: Pubcaster Prasar Bharati has raked in a profit of Rs 200-300 million from the two one-day series and one Test series. Speaking to reporters today, Prasar Bharati CEO K S Sarma said the pubcaster earned a net revenue of around Rs 1.1-Rs 1.2 billion. Sri Lanka's India tour comprised seven...

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