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Dec 23, 2009
Decade review: The 2000s saw cricket's television economy grow unprecedentedly and begin to dictate terms like never before
Oct 20, 2009
News: The rights to India's home international games for four years from April 2010 have been provisionally awarded to Nimbus Communications for Rs. 2000 crore (US$431 million)
Mar 16, 2009
News: The Bombay High Court has put on hold a move by the IPL to remove Sony as its broadcaster and strike a deal with World Sports Group (Mauritius)
Jul 6, 2007
News: ESPN-Star Sports say they are trying to ensure that Star Cricket, which will telecast the Tests, is more widely available
Jun 13, 2007
News: Nimbus, the Indian production company, has announced that the forthcoming ODIs in Ireland featuring India, South Africa and Ireland, would be beamed in six channels
Jun 1, 2007
Features: In the wake of the meltdown in India's cricket economy following the team's poor showing in the World Cup, how sustainable is the game's current business model?
Feb 15, 2007
News: The final one-day international between India and Sri Lanka, at Visakhapatnam, on Saturday will be telecast live on Doordarshan following a Delhi high court directive to Nimbus Communication to provide live feed
Feb 1, 2007
News: The Indian cabinet on Thursday approved an ordinance, which makes it mandatory for private broadcasters to share live feed of all "sporting events of national importance" with the government-run Doordarshan and All India Radio.
May 16, 2006
News: Nimbus Communications Ltd has announced that it will launch three India-centric 24-hour pay-TV channels between October 2006 and September 2007
May 9, 2006
News: The Supreme Court today restrained Prasar Bharati from airing on Doordarshan the upcoming India-West Indies Test and ODI matches, the exclusive telecast rights of which are with Ten Sports.
Apr 13, 2006
News: Zee TV has won the exclusive telecasting rights for next week's DLF Cup between India and Pakistan in Abu Dhabi
Apr 6, 2006
News: Three of the four bidders for the lucrative global television rights for 25 offshore ODIs to be played by India over the next five years have complained to the Indian board against irregularities in the tender process.
Apr 6, 2006
News: Zee Telefilms Limited today won the global media rights to broadcast India's overseas cricket series on neutral venues
Feb 27, 2006
News: Warns of legal action if things go beyond control
Feb 25, 2006
News: Sahara One has bagged the satellite rights for the upcoming series against England
Feb 21, 2006
News: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to take a fresh look at certain financial transactions entered into by Jagmohan Dalmiya, the board's former president.
Feb 17, 2006
News: Nimbus Communications Ltd has won the telecast right to Indian cricket for the next four years after bidding US $612 million, the BCCI announced today
Feb 17, 2006
Article: Anand Vasu profiles Lalit Modi, India's new power broker and the ICC's enemy No. 1
Feb 1, 2006
Features: Lalit Modi and Co. are turning the game's power structure on its head. But how far is too far?
Feb 1, 2006
Columns: Sambit Bal on why the BCCI's new-found aggressiveness is a two-edged sword
The former Indian openers haven't been shining lately, but the IPL presents an opportunity for them to show their class
They were making good progress in building a world-class side, but not getting rid of Kevin Pietersen after the texting saga in 2012 cost them greatly
Twenty years ago this week, Brian Lara became Test cricket's highest scorer, but he almost didn't make it
Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara go over their World T20 win, and feel grateful to have fans whose support remains unwavering in victory and defeat
Plays of the day from the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab in Abu Dhabi
Having the top Associate team play the lowest-ranked Test side without the threat of relegation shows how votes mean more to the ICC than results
Brian Lara's 375 had a sense of inevitability to it, while the 400 came amid a backdrop of strikes and the threat of a whitewash
Cricket - batting specifically - defines Jonathan Trott, which makes his continued suffering all the more painful