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BharatMatrimony ads draw parallels between cricket & marriage

NEW DELHI: BharatMatrimony, a leading online matrimony player, is known for contextual content during IPL and often rides on topical news. The brand is again back with its cool contextual posts driving social engagement and this time it is relating cricket with marriage. BharatMatrimony is wooing...

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200 million tuned in to watch the opening match of IPL: Jay Shah, BCCI

Season 13 of the Indian Premier League has opened to a grand start with millions of audiences across the world watching it on their television and mobile screens. It is one of the biggest live sports events that is happening after a gap of nearly six months. The matches are played in UAE. Star...

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PhonePe readies to cash in on the IPL

NEW DELHI: Some call it the biggest advertising festival of the Asian subcontinent; others equate it with the Super Bowl of India. Amid the raining sixes, cartwheeling stumps and crowds cheering their respective teams, the Indian Premier League (IPL)  is the perfect platform that offers humungous...

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Usha Intl's seven year hitch with IPL's Mumbai Indians

NEW DELHI: The pandemic and downturn in economic fortunes of companies can serve as a good excuse for them to lock away their coffers and pull the plug on advertising spending. Many an advertiser has resorted to that, in recent months. But consumer electronics goods firm Usha International does not...

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SPSN's campaign ignites the discourse of real and fake cricket fans

Sony Pictures Sports Networks (SPSN) is running a campaign to promote the ongoing Australia tour of England. The campaign 'Asli Fans ke Liye' (for real fans) sparks the age-old funny debate of real fan versus fake fans.

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