Govt firm on not allowing Pakistani players for the Kabaddi League

New Delhi:Government on Monday made it clear that it will not allow Pakistani players to compete in the Pro Kabaddi League unless the neighbouring country stops sponsoring terrorism. In a warning to league organisers, government has said that the Pakistani players would not be allowed to play.
Talking to reporters in New Delhi, Sports Minister Vijay Goel said, the organisers can call them but they can't make them play. He said, even if the players are selected, it is the government which will decide whether they are allowed or not. 

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Flashpoint end to all Maharashtra IPL final as Mumbai defeat Pune

New Delhi:In anail biting finish, Mumbai Indians won their third Indian Premier League title on Sunday, defeating Rising Pune Supergiant by just one run in a dramatic final which went to the last ball.
Mumbai were crowned the Indian T20 League Champions for the 3rd time and it's something they deserved having emerged as the most competent and consistent team in the league with an enviable bench strength.

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IPL final today to be Maharashtra derby clash between Pune and Mumbai

New Delhi:In IPL Cricket, two-time winner Mumbai Indians will lock horns with Rising Pune Supergiants in the title clash in Hyderabad on Sunday. The summit clash between two teams from Maharashtra is set to be a battle with huge reputations of big stars at stake.
Mumbai Indians will be playing their fourth final and should have been termed as clear favourites had it not been for Pune's Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who will be playing a record seventh IPL final.


Mumbai Indians trounce Kolkata Knight Riders, enter IPL final

With a convincing six-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders in the second qualifier at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru last night, Mumbai Indians entered the final of the Indian Premier League (IPL). 
Fielding after Rohit Sharma won the toss, Mumbai bowled out Kolkata for a paltry 107 in 18.5 overs before chasing down the target for the loss of four wickets with 33 balls to spare. Krunal Pandya showed maturity, finishing as Mumbai's top scorer with 45 off 30 balls, while Rohit contributed 26.