IPL Cancellation On Cards After 21-Day Lockdown And Olympic Postponement. The BCCI will be under tremendous pressure as cancellation of Indian Premier League looks inevitable after Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared a 21-day lockdown to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.
When the BCCI had postponed the IPL to April 15 earlier this month, it had said hosting the tournament would only come into the picture if the situation around the pandemic improves. However, it has only worsened since then with cases surging towards the 500-mark in India. Speaking to PTI, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly did not have much to say considering the grim scenario.
"I can't say anything at the moment. We are at the same place where we were on the day we postponed. Kings XI Punjab owner Ness Wadia was more forthright. "The BCCI should really consider postponing the IPL now. "Lets say even if the situation improves by May and I hope it does, who is going to come and play? The star-studded eight-team league was originally scheduled to start on March 29 in Mumbai. Promoted. Kings XI Punjab Propose National Anthem Before Start Of Every IPL Match. Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia has written to the BCCI, insisting that the Indian national anthem be played before the start of every IPL game, commencing with the 2020 edition.
National anthems are usually played before the start of an international game but Wadia feels it should be the norm in the world's number one cricket league. He also lauded the BCCI for scrapping a rather expensive opening ceremony of the IPL. "It is an excellent move. It is high time that we don't have an opening ceremony. I have always wondered the value and necessity of hosting an opening ceremony. "I had written to the BCCI earlier also and now I have written to Mr Sourav Ganguly (BCCI president). IPL 2020: Show me a More Versatile Player in Indian Cricket at the Moment?, Ask Ness Wadia. Ness Wadia, co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, has heaped praise on team's skipper KL Rahul, saying he a very versatile player and a captain in the making.Rahul has been in incredible form in the ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
He has so far scored 222 runs in three matches, including one hundred and a half century for Kings XI and sits at the top of the charts in the list of leading run scorers. "As one can recollect we went very strong for KL Rahul in the auctions. Show me a more versatile player in Indian cricket at the moment. He can open, he can go down to number four and he can go down to number six," said Wadia while speaking on Amstrad Face 2 Face Cricket Series. "He is a captain in the making as he said recently "I have watched Virat (Kohli), thinking like a captain. " ALSO READ: Rahul Tewatia reflects on his match winning innings against KXIP. Kings XI Punjab all set to win maiden IPL title: Ness Wadia. IPL: Kings XI Punjab release veteran batsman David Miller, England's Sam Curran; Chris Gayle retained - Firstcricket News, Firstpost. Kings XI Punjab have released explosive South Africa batsman David Miller after eight IPL seasons along with Englishman Sam Curran and Australian pacer Andrew Tye.
File image of David Miller. AFP Miller went on to become one of the batting mainstays for Kings XI Punjab over the past eight seasons, scoring 1850 runs in 79 games at a strike rate of 138.78. While he could not do much in his opening season, Miller made an impact in the 2013 and 2014 seasons, smashing 416 runs and 446 runs respectively at 150 plus strike rate. "David has been an iconic player for us. In 2019, Miller played 10 games scoring 213 runs at a strike rate of 130. Curran, who at Rs 7.2 crore was KXIP's most expensive foreign buy at the auction ahead of the 2019 season, too has been released. Also released was Tamil Nadu mystery spinner Varun Chakravarthy, who was bought at last year's auction for a whopping Rs 8.4 crore.
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It’s Not Chinese Premier League: KXIP Owner Calls for Severing Ties With Sponsors – Ness Wadia News. New Delhi: Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia on Tuesday called for a gradual end to Chinese sponsorship in the Indian Premier League amid escalating tensions between the two countries owing to the violent clash in eastern Ladakh earlier this month.
Calls for boycotting Chinese products have intensified after 20 Indian soldiers were killed in the Galwan Valley clash on June 15. The Chinese have so far refused to share details of the casualties they suffered. The incident prompted the BCCI to call a meeting of the IPL Governing Council to review Chinese sponsorships but that meeting is yet to take place. On Monday, India banned 59 Chinese apps. “We should do it (sever ties with Chinese sponsors in IPL) for the sake of the nation. Source. One Positive Case Can Kill IPL: Ness Wadia Calls for Strict Compliance with BCCI SOP. Instead of speculating on the IPL's title sponsorship, Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia says the focus must be on ensuring that not a single COVID-19 case is reported during the event, which according to him, is set to be the "best ever".
Though the BCCI has not confirmed that Chinese mobile phone maker Vivo has pulled out of title sponsorship for this season, it is likely that the company will back out from the Rs 440 crore per year contract at least this season given the soaring Sino-India diplomatic tensions. "There is much speculation going on. I think it is ridiculous. The only thing we (team owners) know is that the IPL is happening. We are very concerned about the safety of the players and all others involved.
IPL Needs Foreign Stars But Too Early to Decide When to Host the Tournament: KXIP Co-owner Ness Wadia. Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia believes it does not make sense to host the Indian Premier League (IPL) without foreign stars, adding that it's too early for the BCCI to decide on when to hold the tournament due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"The IPL is an international tournament made by Indians. It is the premier cricketing event in the world, therefore it needs an international platform and international stars," Wadia told PTI. "But it remains to be seen which of the foreign players are allowed to travel at that time (considering the restrictions). I feel there are too many variables for the BCCI at the moment to even have a calculated guess on when it might happen. Coronavirus pandemic: No human life worth sacrificing for IPL, says KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia - Firstcricket News, Firstpost. Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia, who spoke to the BCCI officials including president Sourav Ganguly on Friday, said the situation has to improve for the IPL to take place.
Rajkot: "No human life is worth sacrificing for IPL which should not take place if the situation doesn't improve in two-three weeks," said co-owner of IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab Ness Wadia following the BCCI's decision to suspend the T20 tournament till 15 April in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. File image of Ness Wadia. AFP Wadia, who spoke to the BCCI officials including president Sourav Ganguly on Friday, said the situation has to improve for the IPL to take place. "There can be no compromise for even one human life. The IPL governing council meets in Mumbai on Saturday to decide the next course of action.
"The first benchmark is April 15. Coronavirus pandemic: No human life worth sacrificing for IPL, says KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia - Firstcricket News, Firstpost. Rajkot: "No human life is worth sacrificing for IPL which should not take place if the situation doesn't improve in two-three weeks," said co-owner of IPL franchise Kings XI Punjab Ness Wadia following the BCCI's decision to suspend the T20 tournament till 15 April in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
File image of Ness Wadia. AFP Wadia, who spoke to the BCCI officials including president Sourav Ganguly on Friday, said the situation has to improve for the IPL to take place. "There can be no compromise for even one human life. Lalit will be missed, but work must go on: Ness Wadia. KXIP Not To Trade Ravichandran Ashwin With Delhi Capitals.
Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia on Monday said the franchise decided not to trade Ravichandran Ashwin with the Delhi Capitals following a "rethink" by the Board. It has been learnt that the newly-appointed head coach Anil Kumble was also keen to retain Ashwin, who captained the side in the previous two editions. "The (KXIP) Board had a rethink and it realised that Ashwin is an integral part of the team. There were discussions with Delhi Capitals but those discussions never came to fruition. The way he plays his cricket and his performances speak for him," Wadia told PTI. Under Ashwin's leadership, KXIP showed a lot of promise in the first half of the past two seasons before losing momentum in the second half.
Love - The Common Denominator - Ness Wadia in Conversation with Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar. IPL 2020 : KingsXI Co-owner Ness Wadia to InsideSport, ’I take a bow to Ganguly and Shah for making IPL 2020 possible' With the IPL 2020 season on its way and already spilling a lot of drama despite empty stadiums, KingsXI Punjab Co-owner Ness Wadia is super thrilled with the way IPL 2020 has been able to humungous interest among the cricket loving audiences.
Speaking on “Amstrad InsideSport Face 2 Face Cricket Series” Co-Owner of Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) said that full credit for delivering such a incredible IPL 2020 goes to Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah and Brijesh Patel. Wadia discussed the new normal, KXIP’s team combination, the impact of a closed-door IPL 2020 on the business and also his admiration for KL Rahul, Anil Kumble and new signing Glenn Maxwell who came back to the Punjab outfit garnering a whopping sum of INR 10.75 Crore. The initial discussion talked about how is the feeling that the IPL is finally taking place and Wadia said, “I think a lot of skeptics thought it would never take place. I was not one of them, knew all along that it would happen. Dream11 IPL 2020 franchises want two seasons per year: Punjab team owner Ness Wadia. The KL Rahul-led Punjab side lost to Steve Smith’s Rajasthan in Sharjah on September 27 in their most recent match of the ongoing Dream11 Indian Premier League 2020 (IPL 2020) season.
Their defeat in the high-scoring thriller meant that the Punjab side is now placed at No.4 in the updated Dream11 IPL points table as of now. With the ongoing season set to continue with the upcoming fixtures, one of the Punjab team owners in Dream11 IPL 2020 season, Ness Wadia, recently gave his take on the tournament during an interactive session with InsideSport. Dream11 IPL 2020: Punjab at No.4 in updated Dream11 IPL points table. School For Social Entrepreneurs India Celebrates Positive Social Change. Social Start-Up fellowship, the flagship programme of the School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) India, helps passionate individuals create social impact through their entrepreneurial ventures. SSE India, an initiative supported by PwC and British Council India, felicitated 16 such social entrepreneurs for completing their 9-month journey on 15 December 2016.
These fellows are working in myriad areas from healthcare, livelihood generation, tobacco cessation, to skill development, water and sanitation. Dr Jitendra Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charge), PMO, presented the graduation address at the event in the presence of Jaivir Singh, Chairperson SSE India, Deepak Kapoor, PwC India Chairman, and St. IPL 2020: KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia calls for better umpiring standards, optimal use of technology. IPL 2020, RR vs KXIP: Ness Wadia Hails Kings XI Punjab Captain KL Rahul. Ness Wadia Says ‘CSK incident taught us it can happen to anyone despite best precautions’ King XI Punjab set to acquire St Lucia franchise of Caribbean Premier League, says co-owner Wadia.
Kings XI Punjab is set to acquire the St Lucia franchise of the Caribbean Premier League, becoming the second IPL team to own a CPL outfit after Kolkata Knight Riders. “We are about to sign an agreement to be part of CPL. We are getting the St Lucia franchise. Covid-19: Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia not in favour of hosting IPL without foreign players. One Positive Coronavirus Case And IPL Could Be Doomed, Says Ness Wadia. Not money, citizens’ heath comes first: Ness Wadia after BCCI-IPL franchises' meet. Dream11 IPL 2020 : KingsXI Co-owner Ness Wadia to InsideSport, 'I take a bow to Ganguly and Shah for making IPL 2020 possible' Kl rahul: IPL 2020: KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia in awe of 'versatile' KL Rahul. NEW DELHI: Ness Wadia, co-owner of Kings XI Punjab, has heaped praise on team's skipper KL Rahul, saying he a very versatile player.
IPL 2020, RR vs KXIP: Ness Wadia Hails Kings XI Punjab Captain KL Rahul. IPL 2020 : InsideSport.co to release 3rd episode of AMSTRAD Face2Face chat with KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia on Monday @ 1PM. The Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) has entered its second week and one team which has been able to impress all is KingsXI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia. Sports aficionado, scion of one of the most illustrious business houses in India, and of course, a philanthropist. Ness Wadia manages to wear these multiple hats with aplomb, as he straddles the world of business as well as sport with equal ease. A cricket enthusiast, who till recently stayed up late to catch all the cricketing action in England and the Caribbean, Wadia is a happy man these days watching the Dream11 IPL 2020 unfold in the UAE.
And why not? The Kings XI Punjab, with their smart picks, and well-settled squad ably led by KL Rahul, and guided by Anil Kumble, have made all other teams, as well as the fans sit up and take notice of their opening act. IPL 2020: ‘CSK incident taught us it can happen to anyone despite best precautions’, says KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia - cricket - Hindustan Times. Things with Chennai Super Kings franchise turned sour last week after 13 people, including two players were tested positive for Covid-19. I’d be surprised if IPL 2020 is not the most watched ever, says KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia. Miffed at umpiring error, KXIP co-owner Ness Wadia wants upper hand for VAR. New Delhi: Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia wants the BCCI to ensure better umpiring standards and optimum use of technology in the IPL, following an umpiring howler which cost his team a match against Delhi Capitals.
Wadia expressed his views after KXIP appealed against on-field umpire Nitin Menon’s controversial ‘short run’ call at a crunch time of the game held on Sunday night in Dubai. Before the match went into Super Over, the TV footage showed that square leg umpire Menon had erred in calling Chris Jordan for a ‘short run’ in the third ball of the 19th over, bowled by Kagiso Rabada. The TV replays showed that Jordan’s bat was inside the crease when he completed the first run, starting from the non-striker’s end. “It is exceedingly unfortunate that today with tremendous use of technology, we still do not use technology to ensure the total fairness and transparency in cricket game like several other leagues across the world including EPL, NBA, etc,” Wadia said in a statement to PTI.
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