Quote of the Day

"It's certainly exciting times for the Indian football."
-- Retired Indian footballer Chuni Goswami on the eclectic range of actors, businessmen and athletes who invested in the Indian Super League. (PTI, 4/13)
Monday April 14, 2014 Vol. 2 — No. 213 Print This Issue

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  • League Of Their Own

    The ISL has been backed by big names, including cricketer Sachin Tendulkar.

    The Indian Super League football tournament launched by Rupert Murdoch’s Star India TV network and Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries said on Sunday that eight winners had bid $200M to set up teams, "including an eclectic range of local industrialists and Bollywood film stars," according to James Crabtree of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The forthcoming two-month tournament "marks a latest attempt to relaunch the world’s most-watched sport in one of its largest untapped markets.

  • Seeking Answers

    U.S. investment company files EU complaint over sale of Nürburgring.

  • Fresh Formula

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  • Stamp Of Approval

    NASCAR's Gene Haas has F1 team application accepted by FIA.

  • New Era

    European rugby signals new dawn, announces new club competitions.

  • Masters Extension

    Sky extends broadcast deal to provide live coverage of The Masters in U.K.

  • Opening Act

    Commonwealth Games puts kibosh on Opening Ceremony building demolition.

  • Salary Demands

    Sky Deutschland shareholders criticize CEO Brian Sullivan's salary.

  • Foreign Flavor

    Putin orders government regulations on foreign football, hockey signings.

  • FA Revival

    FA Cup semifinals to remain at Wembley, FA Chair Greg Dyke says.

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