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IPL auctions: Indian national team players cleared for IPL

[ad_1] The ICC World Cup 2019 will be a month and a half away when the Indian Premier League (IPL) gets underway in March. With the ICC showpiece event scheduled from May 30, there were speculations that many Indian national team players could give the IPL a miss.But Committee of Administrators (CoA) member and former India women’s team captain, Diana Edulji, confirmed on Tuesday that "all players" will be available
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IPL Auction 2019, who went where: Varun Chakravarthy, Unadkat costliest at Rs 8.4 crore; Yuvraj to Mumbai for 1 crore

[ad_1] Much before the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction got underway, there were murmurs that Rajasthan Royals will bring back Jaydev Unadkat in its ranks. The franchise officials had even indicated that they would go ‘all out’ for JD - as he is fondly referred to.And on Tuesday, the franchise splurged Rs 8.4 crore on the Saurashtra medium pacer. That made him the biggest buy of the auction, along with
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IPL Auction 2019: Prabh Simran Singh, Prayas Ray Barman attract huge bids

[ad_1] Unheralded teenagers Prabh Simran Singh and Prayas Ray Barman attracted astonishing bids during the IPL auction on a day when superstar Dale Steyn went unsold and once a hot-property Yuvraj Singh struggled to find a buyer.Punjab’s wicket-keeper batsman Prabh Simran, all of 18, was taken by Kings XI Punjab for Rs 4.80 crore while Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore shelled out Rs 1.5 crore for 16-year-old Barman, who is
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IPL 2019 Auction: Unadkat to Curran – The top 10 buys so far

[ad_1] Jaydev Unadkat and Varun Chakaravarthy earned the highest bids of Rs 8.4 crore each while Sam Curran was bagged by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 7.2 crore at the IPL 2019 player auction.Here are the top 10 buys of the auction in Jaipur. 1. Jaydev Unadkat to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 8.4 Crore2. Varun Chakaravarthy to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 8.4 Crore3. Sam Curran to Royal Challengers Bangalore
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IPL auction 2019: West Indians Brathwaite, Hetmyer, Rutherford, Pooran strike big money

[ad_1] Franchises in the Indian Premier League auction have taken a liking to the big-hitting West Indians.Carlos Brathwaite, the Windies Twenty20 captain, has been snaffled by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs. 5 crore. Team-mate Shimron Hetmyer, a flamboyant batsman, has been taken by the Royal Challengers Bangalore, for Rs. 4.5 crore. Wicketkeeper-batsman Nicholas Pooran was bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs. 4.2 crore.LIVE UPDATESFor foreign players from other regions,
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IPL Auction 2019: Varun Chakravarthy aka C.V. Varun, Tamil Nadu’s mystery spinner, IPL’s big buy at Rs 8.4 crore

[ad_1] Varun Chakravarthy aka C.V. Varun, a 'mystery spinner' and all-rounder from Tamil Nadu, bagged Rs. 8.4 crore in the IPL auction on Tuesday. Kings XI Punjab snapped up the uncapped player, who is a qualified architect. READ: Mystery spinner Varun makes heads turn"I am very happy and excited. I was nervous before the auction and did not expect to get picked beyond my base price." Varun was in his
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IPL Auction 2019: Varun Chakravarthy aka C.V. Varun, Tamil Nadu’s mystery spinner, and Mumbai’s Shivam Dube IPL’s surprise big buys

[ad_1] Varun Chakravarthy aka C.V. Varun, a 'mystery spinner' and all-rounder from Tamil Nadu, bagged Rs. 8.4 crore in the IPL auction on Tuesday. Kings XI Punjab snapped up the uncapped player, who is a qualified architect.READ: Mystery spinner Varun makes heads turn"I am very happy and excited. I was nervous before the auction and did not expect to get picked beyond my base price." Varun was in his native
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IPL auction 2018-19: West Indies’ Carlos Brathwaite & Co. in demand, Jaydev Unadkat costliest

[ad_1] Franchises in the Indian Premier League auction have taken a liking to the big-hitting West Indians.Carlos Brathwaite, the Windies Twenty20 captain, has been snaffled by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs. 5 crore. Team-mate Shimron Hetmyer, a flamboyant batsman, has been taken by the Royal Challengers Bangalore, for Rs. 4.5 crore. Wicketkeeper-batsman Nicholas Pooran was bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs. 4.2 crore.LIVE UPDATESFor foreign players from other regions,