Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

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worldemart0
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Re: Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

#1 Postby worldemart0 » Fri Aug 08, 2014 11:41 am

I like one day cricket than IPL. IPL is just business nothing much.

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Re: Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

#2 Postby vineetpimrindore » Wed Apr 30, 2014 11:52 am

IPL was started by the LALIT MODI for change the old mode of cricket to make it more entertainment and to join bollywood and cricket at one place.
and now a days its a fever of ipl in allover the world.ipl changes the defination of cricket.
but it badly effect the ODI,and test cricket..yes ipl is at the first place of cricket lovers.the youngester are the main target to connect it nicely and to generate their quality and efficency of their cricket and make thrir carrier too.
ipl is a place to have where we have a chance to get together and to forget the strece of minde.

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Re: Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

#3 Postby ritumandal » Sun Apr 27, 2014 2:26 pm

IPL started in 2008 and was so popular in India. And now IPL become commercialization of cricket rather than playing cricket with professional spirits. The players are not doing up to level of performance. Many questions raised by the cricket enthusiasts following the Supreme Court’s order. IPL is losing its credibility.
Modern India is interested in sixes flew over boundary, music echoed around the world and cheerleaders are entertaining millions sat up.
According to me, IPL loses its popularity. The worst thing about the IPL is shifting of crores of rupees from one hand to another. It loses his image in the market. There is a lots of corruption is there which has been public many time, which can be one of the reason of losing image of IPL. :x :x

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Re: Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

#4 Postby ritumandal » Sat Apr 26, 2014 11:20 pm

Facebook was best social networking site of world but now it is losing his image among teens. So, Facebook comes with great and big marketing strategy of acquiring WhatsApp which was shocking deal. Facbook buy fast growing mobile messaging WhatsApp for $19 billion in cash and stock in landmark deal. It helps company to come close to the younger user in few months.
The transaction involves $4 billion in cash, $12 billion in stock and $3 billion in restricted stock that top over several years. After the deal with WhatsApp, Facebook market share raised and hence help in capturing social network messaging market.
This deal helps to connect with user. Teenagers prefer WhatsApp more than other social messaging apps. Facebook brought WhatsApp for $42 per user whereas Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten bought Viber for $3 per user, in a $900 million deal.
It is clear from both the companies that WhatsApp will continue to work independently and will continue with a policy of no advertising. :x :x

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Is IPL Still At The First Place For Cricket Lovers??

#5 Postby rinky05 » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:05 am

There are many questions raised by the cricket enthusiasts following the Supreme Court's order. Most important among them is the: has the IPL lost its credibility.

The IPL has been always very interesting for the modern India . As sixes flew over the boundary, at a stroke the country's reputation was enhanced. As music echoed around the world. As cheerleaders were seen entertaining, millions sat up and thought 'hey, India's looking Good.

The question is IPL still at that same position as it was in 2008 when the first season started ,bringing up so many controversies along with it in these years and news of match fixings many a times. :?: :?: :?:


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