THE BCCI HAS ESTABLISHED a strict COVID-19 safety protocol for IPL 2020.
THE BCCI HAS ANNOUNCED that the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League will be played in UAE, alongside a four-team 'Women's T20 Challenge.'
HOSTING IPL IN THE UAE during COVID-19 is a realistic option for BCCI, regardless of perception and politics.
Sunil Gavaskar (fondly called ‘Sunny’ much before the Betaab Deol was on the public radar) was perhaps the first Indian cricketer who, according to universal consensus, rose to the adjective of ‘consistently world class’
A WINDOW FOR organising the IPL may be opening up for BCCI as it continues to look increasingly unlikely that the T20 World Cup can take place this year.
Team India Under-19 captain Priyam Garg praised the Rahul Dravid and BCCI decision about the overseas tour for U-19 and India-A team. On Helo Live Priyam congratulates the Dravid for taking this initiative.
The need to organise the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) by adhering to safety standards as prescribed by the government, and the important role that BCCI needs to play in ensuring the survival of world cricket was emphasised by eminent panellists during a discussion on the "Impact on Business of Cricket" as part of the #SportsPostLockdown webinar series.
SPORTS MINISTER KIREN RIJIJU has given a go-ahead to the country's sports complexes to begin operations, as long as they comply with the COVID-19 related safety guidelines of Ministry of Home Affairs.
IPL has been pushed back and it remains to be seen when the authorities will be able to try and stage the cash-rich cricket tournament. Â
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