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Chennai Super Kings are IPL-3 champions.
Chennai Super Kings are IPL-3 champions.

Mumbai: Chennai Super Kings beat Mumbai Indians by 22 runs to be crowned the champions of the third edition of the Indian Premier League.

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  • Steve Waugh to join IPL Kochi?

    Kochi, the newly-formed Indian Premier League franchise, are quite keen to appoint Australia's former captain Steve Waugh as a key adviser and technical consultant to the team and negotiations are at an advanced stage.

  • Kings XI Punjab under I.T. scanner

    Mumbai: The Indian Premier League (IPL) team, Kings XI Punjab, has come under the scanner of the Income Tax (IT) Department with respect to Mohit Burman''s share in the team.

  • Modi in Delhi to consult lawyers?

    New Delhi: Suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi arrived in the city today amid speculation that he is set to take legal action against the BCCI for ousting him for alleged financial bungling.

  • IPL will get bigger without Modi: Shetty

    New Delhi: The success of the IPL was not because of Lalit Modi alone, according to a top BCCI official, who reckons the Twenty20 league will continue to flourish without the suspended Commissioner as cricket sells itself in India.

  • ICL alumni behind Mumbai Indians' success

    Considering their disappointing campaigns in the first two editions of the IPL, Mumbai Indians’s smooth — and rampaging —run to the finals of IPL-3 might have come as a surprise to many, but those who have been working behind the scenes insist that it was proper planning that had worked in their team’s favour —which included the signing of a number of returnees from the Indian Cricket League (ICL).

  • Big B laments Mumbai Indians' loss in IPL final

    Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is among scores of Mumbaikars mourning the loss of Mumbai Indians in the IPL final to Chennai Super Kings but said the better team won the popular T20 tournament.

  • Mumbai Indians v Chennai Super Kings: The key battles

    Come Sunday, and cricket's eternal romance with individual match-ups within a big match will find one more expression in the finals of IPL-3. With the final shot at glory just one match away, here are four battles that could potentially seal the fate of the winner-takes-it-all contest

  • I won't resign, let them sack me: Modi

    New Delhi: Taking a confrontational stand, a defiant Lalit Modi today refused to resign from his post of IPL Commissioner and dared the Indian Cricket Board to sack him.

  • BCCI mulling to form sub-committee to run IPL

    Mumbai: Under-fire from all quarters in the wake of Lalit Modi's alleged financial irregularities in the running of the Indian Premier League, the Cricket Board is planning to form a small sub-committee to run the Twenty20 league in future, according to sources.

  • IPL awards: Sachin best batsman, BCCI officials stay away

    Mumbai: Mumbai Indians captain Sachin Tendulkar was on Friday named best batsman while Deccan Chargers' Pragyan Ojha bagged the best bowler honour at a glitzy IPL Awards Night here.

  • Superstitious team owners leave nothing to chance

    That cricketers are superstitious is a well-known fact, but the fluctuating fortunes and the close fight to the semi-finals in this edition has brought such beliefs of even the IPL franchisee owners into the limelight.

  • For Mumbai Indians, attack is the best defence

    The argument regarding the worth of a bowler capable of maintaining a good economy rate as against a wicket-taker has been old. In T20, however, producing dot deliveries has often been considered more significant than wickets. And, having played a crucial role in Mumbai Indians’ near-invincible run to the final, the likes of Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan and Lasith Malinga have reconfirmed the adage of attack being the best form of defence.

  • Few good men: The hunt for Modi's successor

    The writing is amply clear on the wall. Lalit Modi, the brain behind the Indian Premier League, looks set to get the boot. So, the next big question: who will step into his messy shoes?

  • We will overcome IPL crisis, says Tendulkar

    New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar said he is optimistic that the game would tide over the current IPL crisis.

  • Sachin doubtful for final with finger injury

    Sachin Tendulkar is battling to get fit for the finals of the IPL, after injuring a finger in the semi-final victory over Bangalore.

  • Pollard's hits are getting longer: Tendulkar

    Mumbai outplayed Bangalore to successfully negotiate their first IPL semi-final and book their place in what will be their first final.

  • I won't attend the meeting: Modi

    A defiant Indian Premier League Commissioner Lalit Modi made it clear that he will not attend the April 26 IPL Governing Council meeting convened apparently to decide his fate, saying he considers it "unauthorised".

  • A franchisee should be made IPL chairman: Deccan Chargers

    New Delhi: If Lalit Modi steps down as Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner, then one of the franchise owners should be appointed to the post, Deccan Chargers owner Venkatram Reddy said Wednesday.

  • Mumbai--Road to semi-finals

    Throughout the tournament, Mumbai have looked like the team to beat, and have easily outpaced all the other teams during the league phase.

  • The big interview with Pragyan Ojha

    Following a haul of 18 wickets last season, left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha is currently the leading wicket-taker in IPL III. Ojha spoke to The Indian Express about his bowling.

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