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Batting now: blame game
Narendra Modi today accused the Centre of buckling before terrorists after the IPL was shifted out of India, but the Congress alleged the chief minister himself had buckled no less. ...  | Read.. 
 
NCP at odds with ally
Conspiracy theories, spiced with suggestions of political intrigue, are flying like runs off the bat after the decision to shift the Indian Premier League out of the coun ...  | Read.. 
 
Sponsors to rejig field ad strategy
Advertisers are having to re-strategise their on-ground publicity with the Indian Premier League moving out of the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Board and beginners stand to lose
The Indian Premier League’s shift abroad will leave most stakeholders largely unaffected except the lesser-known domestic cricketers, some of whom may be dumped by t ...  | Read.. 
 
Shah Rukh Khan, who owns the Kolkata Knight Riders team, leaves the BCCI office after the working committee meeting in Mumbai on Sunday. (Fotocorp)
 
EC turns Varun a millstone for BJP
The Election Commission tonight held Varun Gandhi guilty of violating the poll code with his an..  | Read.. 
Astute politicker, from new stable
The day after he was anointed Prime Minister five summers ago, a photograph of Manmohan Singh appear..  | Read..