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'IPL, BCCI are committed to farmers's welfare'

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Sudarshan Nityananda
Joining the band wagon
by Sudarshan Nityananda on Apr 10, 2016 10:03 AM

Everyone including the PM, Union Ministers and BCCI are forced by circumstances to swear undying loyalty to the farmers' cause !!

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Cut water supply to the judges who are against IPL
by raamjane on Apr 09, 2016 01:44 PM

Cut water supply to the judges who are against IPL. Suppose if there is a power cut in Mumnbai. Does it mean that you should stop power supply to all metros?

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vishal patel
by vishal patel on Apr 09, 2016 01:06 PM  | Hide replies

If you are so serious , why dont the cricketers , the bcci , its board , selectors , staff , etc , and everyone involved in cricket pay half of what you earn to farmers , Can u commit that ?

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Re: Commit
by ASHKO KUMAR on Apr 09, 2016 01:39 PM
If they commit this how will they enjoy 7 star luxuries????These politicians & Corporate tycoons will keep stuck to BCCI till death,they will not move out on their own.

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Re: Re: Commit
by LAKSHMINARAYAN on Apr 09, 2016 04:52 PM
Correctly said. Corrupted politicians are behind the curtain of IPL to earn money.

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Re: Re: Commit
by RAJENDRA on Apr 09, 2016 06:06 PM
The IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla's contention is laughable when he said during the last night's inauguration that perception of IPL being an entertainment show was wrong.

"Whatever people may see, I still believe that IPL is serious cricket. It's not just entertainment.....Most of the games finish in the last over. Lot many budding talent are discovered by IPL, the world has seen that. This edition will be a better one than the previous editions.
The IPL Chairman also said they have made conscious efforts to involve fans in the game by introducing a new feature in which the fans will be given placard to express their views on certain decisions referred to the third umpire......but its biggest joke, when spectators give their opinions on the decision on the ground.

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Re: Commit
by raamjane on Apr 09, 2016 01:45 PM
@vishal patel..paying money or freebies wont solve issues. If you pay money they buy tickets and watch IPL or they may go and watch a bollywood movie.

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vishal patel
Re: Re: Commit
by vishal patel on Apr 09, 2016 03:58 PM
ok then dont pay them money , but that half money should be used to make better lives of farmers , for ex- building massive rain harvesting system or something like that

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avinash kumar
Shukla committed to do corruption
by avinash kumar on Apr 09, 2016 09:44 AM

Bcci nothing but gang of corrupt people, promising corrupt thakur is leading it,sc slapped every day

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Truly Indian
Pay the taxes first.
by Truly Indian on Apr 09, 2016 09:33 AM

You asked us what we suggest. so this is it. Dont ask for waiver of IPL taxes in the Parliament. Pay in full.

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DrYaako TikaNovva
IPL is serious cricket??
by DrYaako TikaNovva on Apr 09, 2016 08:49 AM


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ChemTech India
by ChemTech India on Apr 09, 2016 06:39 AM

reading that scripted page will do all the favour to farmers & surely help to rain at farmers field.

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saibal roy
IPL and Farmers welfare
by saibal roy on Apr 08, 2016 09:51 PM  | Hide replies

All big talk. T20 is serious cricket & not entertainment - must be the joke of the century

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Intel Midfield
Re: IPL and Farmers welfare
by Intel Midfield on Apr 08, 2016 10:23 PM
What else you should expect from a P!mp called Rajiv Dalla.

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