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Keeping Up With The Required Rate
The BCCI is headed for radical change along the lines laid down by the Lodha Committee. Ironically, it's the eventual outcome of the Board's chronic resistance to change itself.
India
28 Sep 2016
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Making Of A Sports Dynasty
IPL IV concluded on May 28, 2011, much like it began. The Chennai Super Kings stamped their authority on the event, and the team now has the makings of the first ever dynasty in this world of professional league cricket.
India
 
6 Dec 2011
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For The Game's Sake
It may appear that IPL 4 lacks the spark and intensity of prior seasons, and that there has been an overdose of cricket over the past few months, especially since much of the excitement and passion has been spent on the cricket World Cup.
India
28 Jul 2011
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Ceiling The Deal
In what has been a monumental five years for the sports industry, the inevitability of lateral services evolving, is something that for the most part is intuitive.
India
19 Jul 2011
5
Who's Clean?
More than 15 months after the hugely successful Beijing Olympics concluded, doping has once again reared its ugly head with five athletes, including two medallists, being found guilty of having used CERA.
India
14 Jul 2011
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"Smells Like Team Equity"
The transparency of ownership in the Indian Premier League, or IPL, has garnered much attention of late, with much of the focus being on the equity ownership of the new Kochi franchise.
India
7 Jul 2011
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Legal Opinion: Private Public Partnerships (PPPs) Can Save Indian Sports
On 14 October 2010 the Commonwealth Games Delhi 2010 (CWG 2010) concluded satisfactorily leaving many of us with mixed feelings of pride for what our sport-stars achieved and trepidation about how we will manage and build upon this in the days to come.
India
6 Jul 2011
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Reality Cheque For IPL
For those who thought that IPL 4 was a dying property, the weekend served as a reality 'cheque' that the league swiftly cashed.
India
27 Jun 2011
9
The Stick Has Got The Carrot
Last week, Hero Honda was announced as the title sponsor of the Hockey World Cup.
India
27 Jun 2011
10
Flooring The Competition: Sports Law II
The business side of Indian sports industry is dominated by federations, larger than life governing bodies, and for the most part, disgruntled/under-valued or pampered/spoilt sportspersons (based on the sport, and who one asks).
India
24 Jun 2011
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The Cinderella Slip(per)
In what is fast becoming the controversy of the year, Boxer Vijender Singh's recent decision to break ties with IOS, his Sports Agent/Management firm since 2005 for a period of ten years (until 2015), has sparked a debate over poaching, enforceability of contracts, exploitation, restraint of trade, and most importantly, questions the very foundation over whether or not support should be given to athletes from emerging/individual sports.
India
23 Jun 2011
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