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When IPL began, there was huge criticism that it would destroy India's first class and domestic tournaments.
Wright, who is in Delhi scouting talent, said that Indians have given their thumbs up to IPL.
Some of the games featured were 'Guess the act' and repeat the words 'PEPSI IPL ON SONY MAX & SIX' as many times as possible in 30 seconds.
After their groundbreaking partnership in 2013, IPL & Twitter are set to unveil a new gold standard of live, interactive, conversational experiences for cricket fans globally, with a partnership that will be seamlessly integrated on-air, on-ground and online," said Sanjay Patel, BCCI Secretary, in a media release.
Former fast bowler Sarfraz Nawaz said it was better for the Pakistani players to not get a chance to participate in the IPL due to security reasons.
IPL will be collaborating Inolyst as the "ecosystem partner"; in turn Inolyst will be the "IP and Innovation partner" for IPL.
They made a commitment to us that they will work with the ECB to try and get the dates of our English tour after the IPL if possible.
Against the backdrop of alleged molestation of a woman by an Australian player in IPL, a demand was made in the Lok Sabha for a high level probe into the affairs of the tournament, with a BJP member threatening to go on hunger strike from Sunday if no action was taken.
Last year, IPL spent [pounds sterling] 250,000 on a new plum: packing line-saving the: company [pounds sterling] 1 per case when compared to the cost of packing in South Africa.
Having said that, we will continue to discuss other ideas with the IPL and, through their support of the MCC Spirit of Cricket campaign, maintain a close working relationship with them.
If this is an indication of the success of IPL 3 even before the season has begun, then things can only go one way: up.
PTI quoted IPL chairman Lalit Modi as saying all national cricket boards had been notified of the new regulation.