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Rajeev Shukla

Shocked to see not even 50 people watching India-West Indies Test series: Rajeev Shukla

West Indies trailed India by 329 runs with three full days play remaining.

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Pakistan should not support terrorism: IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla

Shukla said that there is no possibility of bilateral cricketing ties between India and Pakistan.

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BCCI to look deep into UPCA issue

The committee will be led by a commissioner, who will investigate the corruption issue and submit reports in 15 days.

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Shocked Mohammed Kaif urges fair investigation of UPCA scandal

Kaif expressed shock at the recent developments concerning UPCA and called for a fair probe into the matter

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UPCA staffer resigns after being accused of seeking bribe

A Hindi news channel in Uttar Pradesh telecast an alleged phone conversation between Akram Saifi, an executive assistant of Shukla, and cricketer Rahul Sharma in which Saifi is heard seeking favours in "cash and kind" to ensure Sharma's selection in the state team.

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Pitch-fixing: BCCI hasn’t received information regarding Galle Test, says Rajeev Shukla

According to the investigation carried out by a news organisation, the pitch for the Sri Lanka-India Test at Galle in 2017 was doctored to favour batsmen.

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IPL most important league in the world after EPL, says IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla

Bolstered by a five-year $2.55-billion broadcast deal signed last year with Rupert Murdoch's Star, the IPL is one of the wealthiest leagues in any sport.

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IPL 2018: Playoffs and final to start at 7 pm

The decision is taken keeping in the mind the fans after many matches went well beyond 12 am.

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Indian T20 League 2018: Chennai matches have not been shifted, confirms Rajeev Shukla

With Cauvery river water sharing row with Karnataka hotting up, there were speculations that a few IPL matches might be shifted to Kerala.

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Suresh Raina hits back at Shahid Afridi’s Kashmir tweet

Shahid Afridi took to Twitter, a day after security forces in Kashmir killed 12 terrorists, and said “innocents” were being shot down in Kashmir.

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