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Monday, April 26

INDIAN PREMIERE LAUNDERING








Indian premiere league had came with lot of booms in the mind of cricket lovers and indian cricket players.This idea of a league just as English premeire league football gave a lot of hope to the young cricket players in India.The game had been focused by every medias when the players auction crossed crores..This was the first brick layed for biggest laundering in the history of free India.When the teams came to exist it was totally controlled and owned by the most buissiness minded personalities of country. And IPL became the gambling place for these people including Sharad Pawar,Praful Patel, Vijay Malliya,Relience group and bollywood stars like Preity Zinte and Shahrukh khan..Lalit Modi,a wicked buissiness man was exposed as IPL chairman one and only mediator between these gamblers who had only relation with cricket as a member of Rajasthan cricket board.What is the relation between Vijay Malliya,Relience and cricket..?both have only relation as the whole sale supermarket of cricket..and other hand Sharad Powar and Praful Patel both politicians whom utilised cricket as their way to change black money to white and made politics as only ‘Poly tricks’ then how is this IPL useful for the young growing cricketers of India..who has responsibility to cricket and cricket lovers..?

This is basic details available about IPL team,owners and their market value:

Mumbai - Owned by Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Limited

Players and rate:
Sachin Tendulkar * - Icon Player
Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 3.9 Crore ($975,000)
Harbhajan Singh (India) - Rs. 3.4 crore ($850,000)
Robin Uthappa (India) - Rs. 3.2 crore ($800,000)
Shaun Pollock (South Africa) - Rs. 2.2 crore ($550,000)
Lasith Malinga (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 1.4 crore ($350,000)
Loots Bosman (South Africa) - Rs. 70 Lacs ($175,000)
Dilhara Fernando (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 60 Lacs ($150,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 19.885 Crores ($4,971,250)


Delhi - Owened by GMR Group
Players and rate:
Virender Sehwag * - Icon Player
Gautam Gambhir (India) - Rs. 2.9 crore ($725,000)
Manoj Tiwary (India) - Rs. 2.7 crore ($675,000)
Mohammad Asif (Pakistan) - Rs. 2.6 crore ($650,000)
Daniel Vettori (New Zealand) - Rs. 2.5 crore ($625,000)
Dinesh Karthik (India) - Rs. 2.1 crore ($525,000)
Shoaib Malik (Pakistan) - Rs. 2.0 crore ($500,000)
Glenn McGrath (Australia) - Rs. 1.4 crore ($350,000)
AB de Villiers (South Africa) - Rs. 1.2 crore ($300,000)
Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 1.0 crore ($250,000)
Farveez Maharoof (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 90 Lacs ($225,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 22.635 Crores ($5,572,500)



Kolkata - Owened by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment
Players and rate:
Sourav Ganguly * - Icon Player
Ishant Sharma (India) - Rs. 3.8 Crore ($950,000)
Chris Gayle (West Indies) - Rs. 3.2 Crore ($800,000)
Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) - Rs. 2.8 Crore ($700,000)
David Hussey (Australia) - Rs. 2.7 Crore ($625,000)
Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan) - Rs. 1.7 Crore ($425,000)
Murali Kartik (India) - Rs. 1.7 Crore ($425,000)
Ricky Ponting (Australia) - Rs. 1.6 Crore ($400,000)
Ajit Agarkar (India) - Rs. 1.32 Crore ($330,000)
Umar Gul (Pakistan) - Rs. 60 Lacs ($150,000)
Tatenda Taibu (Zimbabwe) - Rs. 30 Lacs ($125,000)


Total Spending: Rs. 24.79 Crores ($6,022,500)


Chennai - Owened by India Cements / N Srinivasan
Players and rate:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (India) - Rs. 6.0 Crore ($1,500,000)
Jacob Oram (New Zealand) - Rs. 2.7 Crore ($675,000)
Albie Morkel (South Africa) - Rs. 2.7 Crore ($675,000)
Suresh Raina (India) - Rs. 2.6 Crore ($650,000)
Muttiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 2.4 Crore ($600,000)
Matthew Hayden (Australia) - Rs. 1.5 Crore ($375,000)
Michael Hussey (Australia) - Rs. 1.4 Crore ($350,000)
Stephen Fleming (New Zealand) - Rs. 1.4 Crore ($350,000)
Parthiv Patel (India) - Rs. 1.3 Crore ($325,000)
Joginder Sharma (India) - Rs. 90 Lacs ($225,000)
Makhaya Ntini (South Africa) - Rs. 44 Lacs ($200,000)
Total Spending: Rs. 23.70 Crores ($5,925,000)

Bangalore - Owened by Vijay Mallya / UB group
Players and rate:
Rahul Dravid * - Icon Player
Jacques Kallis (South Africa) - Rs. 3.6 Crore ($1,350,000)
Anil Kumble (India) - Rs. 2.0 Crore ($500,000)
Cameron White (Australia) - Rs. 2.0 Crore ($500,000)
Zaheer Khan (India) - Rs. 1.8 Crore ($450,000)
Mark Boucher (South Africa) - Rs. 1.8 Crore ($450,000)
Nathan Bracken (Australia) - Rs. 1.3 Crore ($325,000)
Dale Steyn (South Africa) - Rs. 1.3 Crore ($325,000)
Shivnarine Chanderpaul(West Indies)- Rs. 80 Lacs ($200,000)
Wasim Jaffer (India) - Rs. 60 Lacs ($150,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 19.34 Crores ($4,835,000)

Hyderabad - Owened by Deccan Chronicle
Players and rate:
Andrew Symonds (Australia) - Rs. 5.4 Crore ($1,350,000)
R.P.Singh (India) - Rs. 3.5 Crore ($875,000)
Rohit Sharma (India) - Rs. 3.0 Crore ($750,000)
Adam Gilchrist (Australia) - Rs. 2.8 Crore ($700,000)
Shahid Afridi (Pakistan) - Rs. 2.7 Crore ($675,000)
Herschelle Gibbs (South Africa) - Rs. 2.3 Crore ($575,000)
V. V. S. Laxman (India) - Rs. 1.5 Crore ($375,000)
Chaminda Vaas (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 80 Lacs ($200,000)
Scott Styris (New Zealand) - Rs. 70 Lacs ($175,000)
Nuwan Zoysa (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 44 Lacs ($110,000)
Chamara Silva (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 40 Lacs ($100,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 23.54 Crores ($5,885,000)



Mohali - Owened by Preity Zinta, Ness Wadia (Bombay Dyeing)
Players and rate:
Yuvraj Singh * - Icon Player
Irfan Pathan (India) - Rs. 3.7 Crore ($925,000)
Brett Lee (Australia) - Rs. 3.6 Crore ($900,000)
Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 2.8 Crore ($700,000)
S.Sreesanth (India) - Rs. 2.5 Crore ($625,000)
Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) - Rs. 1.9 Crore ($475,000)
Piyush Chawla (India) - Rs. 1.6 Crore ($400,000)
Ramnaresh Sarwan (West Indies) - Rs. 90 Lacs ($225,000)
Simon Katich (Australia) - Rs. 80 Lacs ($200,000)
Ramesh Powar (India) - Rs. 68 Lacs ($170,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 22.735 Crores ($5,683,750)


Jaipur - Owened by Emerging Media
Players and rate:
Mohammad Kaif (India) - Rs. 2.7 Crore ($675,000)
Yusuf Pathan (India) - Rs. 1.9 Crore ($475,000)
Graeme Smith (South Africa) - Rs. 1.9 Crore ($475,000)
Shane Warne (Australia) - Rs. 1.8 Crore ($450,000)
Munaf Patel (India) - Rs. 1.1 Crore ($275,000)
Younis Khan (Pakistan) - Rs. 90 Lacs ($225,000)
Justin Langer (Australia) - Rs. 80 Lacs ($200,000)
Kamran Akmal (Pakistan) - Rs. 60 Lacs ($150,000)

Total Spending: Rs. 11.70 Crores ($2,925,000)

Sahara Pune Warriors-owned by Sahara
Total spending...now:Rs 1,702 Cr
 
Kochi (Name not decide)-owne by Rendezvous sports world
Rendezvous Sports World made a successful bid of $333 million to win ownership of the second side after the Sahara Group, who bid $370 million for a franchise to be based at Pune. Within minutes of the announcement many were shocked that a relatively unknown group had won ahead of the likes of the Adani group and Videocon
Total spending... now:1572 cr
 
 
Shasi Taroor and Kochi team
  IPL is now the hottest news of Indian politics which resulted in the resignation of Indian External affairs minister Shasi tharoor.Whats the role of shasi tharoor in IPL..?What is relation with Kochi cricket team and Shasi Taroor..?We cant simply say and justify Tharoor by saying his love to cricket and Kochi team...The only key hole left by Tharoor to peep out to this matter is Sunanda Pushkar.
 
As per the relevations of Lalit Modi, IPL Commissioner Kochi IPL team is owned by the following stakeholders:
Anchor (27%)
Parinee (26%)
Film waves combine (12%)
Anand Shyam (8%)
Vivek Venugopal (1%)
Rendezvous (1%)
The remaining 25 % free shares belonging to Rendezvous is held by
Shailendra alias Pradeep Gaikwad- CEO of Rendezvous Sports
Pushpa Gaikwad- Mother of Shailendra Gaikwad
Kisan Rao Gaikwad- Father of Shailendra Gaikwad
Ravi Gaikwad-Brother of Shailendra Gaikwad
Sunanda Pushkar
Puja Gulathi
Jayant Kotalwar
Vishnu Prasad
Sundip Agarwal
Rendezvous 25% free, 18 percent share (4.5% of total equity worth Rs. 70 Crores) is held by Sunanda Pushkar who is said as friend of Shasi Tharoor.Sunanda Pushkar had give up the share of Rendezvous sports when congress high command asked Shasi tharoors resignation to protect Tharoor.This make us to believe that Sunanda is proxy or mediator between Tharoor and IPL cricket for his new deal.But the wicked  IPL chairman does not want a cricket team from Kerala and didn't think of a sports club to take Kerala cricket team with more than money of Adani group and Videocon who want to sell 25 % of its whole share to get an IPL team..Modi has hoped for a cricket team from his own state Gujarat.But his dreams where collapsed due to this Rendezvous sports club and it became essential for him to stop Kerala team in IPL sohe has used his whole power as IPL chairman.
    Thus IPL is becoming a mock drama in Indian politics and Indian sports field..When the money rules the game for only buissiness the game has become an Indian premiere laundering.There are more stories to come.lets wait and see..New hopes made by IPL cricket in the minds of young cricket players has been almost vanished..This have become only cheer dances,and celebrety IPL nights the money and time spent for IPL nights is more than that of whole game played.