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IPL ensures TV ads grow by 10%, Indian M&E industry worth...

Professional global financial services firm KPMG in its latest report -  India’s - Media and Entertainment Report 2018 - has said that the Indian media...

Indian Premier League: Nehra joins Kirsten at RCB coaching leadership team

Indian Premier League club Royal Challengers Bangalore have confirmed Ashish Nehra as coach for the 2019 season. The former India seamer will join coach...

Harbhajan to InsideSport: Talks of leaving CSK mere speculation

Harbhajan Singh has dismissed any talks of leaving the Chennai Super Kings as a mere speculation without any substance. “There is no need for...

Indian Premier League: Gary Kirsten named RCB coach and mentor

Indian Premier League club Royal Challengers Bangalore have appointed Gary Kirsten as the coach and mentor for the 2019 IPL Season. The former Indian...

Star India’s multi-language Star Sports 3 channel on September 15: Report

Star India after the success of its regional sports channels is geared up to launch a multi-language sports channel – Star Sports 3. The...

LaLiga back on television in India with Sony-Facebook deal

LaLiga will continue to be broadcast on Indian television as Sony Picture Network and Facebook have agreed on a media rights sub-licensing deal. As reported...

James Murdoch hails strength of Star India sports business; ‘very satisfied’...

The Indian Premier League debut on Star Sports is on top among the very satisfying factors at the Star India network for James Murdoch....

IPL on Star Sports leads to 21% growth in 21st Century...

Indian Premier League media rights acquisition and broadcast on Star Sports Network and Hotstar has made significant contributions to the growth of the 21st Century...

Bhuvneshwar fitness issue puts BCCI support staff under scanner

Aggravation of Bhuvneshwar Kumar's back injury during the third ODI against England has raised questions on the role of Indian team physio Patrick Farhart...

England did well to curb mistakes: Chahal

England batsmen made fewer mistakes in the second Twenty20 as compared to the Manchester game and consequently won the second match, said India leg-spinner...