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    Cricket World Cup

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    Abstract Cricket World Cup is the biggest international event of cricket. The first Cricket World Cup was played during 1975 in England (www.wikipedia.org). The first three matches were also recognized as Prudential Cup with the sponsorship of prudential plc‚ it is a pecuniary services company. Till the1992 Cricket World Cup‚ only 8 teams used to participate in the tournament. Later on‚ the number of teams increased and in Cricket World Cup2007‚ 16 teams had participated. But in 2011 Cricket World Cup

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    2011 cricket cup. The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was the tenth Cricket World Cup. It was played in India‚ Sri Lanka‚ and (for the first time) Bangladesh. Pakistan was also scheduled to be a co-host‚ but after the 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka national cricket team in Lahore‚ the International Cricket Council (ICC) cancelled that‚[1] and the headquarters of the organising committee‚ originally in Lahore‚ was transferred to Mumbai.[2] Pakistan was to have held 14 matches‚ including one semi-final

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    The game of cricket‚ played at a leisurely pace then at the Test and county level‚ was on verge of going through a transition with the introduction of limited-over’s games at the county level. Just about then‚ the first ever One-day International was played between England and Australia at the MCG in 1971. The popularity of this shorter format of cricket was catching at such a brisk pace that the authorities controlling the game had to bring in something different to make the game a lot more entertaining

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    World Cup South Africa

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    here. Obama‚ Shakira‚ Bill Clinton‚ even Charlize Theron. But finally the missing piece was put in place on Sunday at Soccer City when Nelson Mandela made a 2 minute appearance. The tournament had been missing the man who did so much to win the world cup for South Africa after a tragedy on the night before kickoff struck his family. It seems Madibas spirit is always and will always be with South Africa‚ particularly at times like these‚ so his presence at the final was celebrated by all. South

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    T20 World Cup

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    The ICC World Twenty20 (also referred to as the ICC World T20 or the World Twenty20) is the international championship of Twenty20 cricket. Organised by cricket’s governing body‚ the International Cricket Council (ICC)‚ the tournament consists of 12 teams‚ comprising all ten ICC full members and two other ICC members chosen through the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. The event is generally held every two years‚ and all matches are accorded Twenty20 International status. The 2014 event will be a host

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    Icc World Cup 2011

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    The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup is the tenth Cricket World Cup and is being played in Bangladesh‚ India‚ and Sri Lanka. It is Bangladesh’s first time co-hosting a World Cup. All matches in the World Cup will be accorded One Day International status‚ with all matches being played at 50 overs. Fourteen national cricket teams will compete in the tournament‚ including ten full members and four associate members.[1] The World Cup will take place between February and early April 2011‚ with the first match

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    Icc World Cup File

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    Teacher’s sign 2011 Cricket World Cup |ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 | |[pic] | |Official Logo of the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. | |Dates |19 February – 2 April | |Administrator(s) |International Cricket Council | |Cricket format |One-Day

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    Test Cricket

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    Everyone was talking about India and Sri Lanka when this world cup started but suddenly we have another sub-continent power into the contention. Yes you right in thinking the name of Pakistan. A team which due to some unknown reasons was never in the spotlight but always was in the wrong spotlight due to some very well known reasons. We have reached on the verge of Knock out stages. Let’s have a look into all the subcontinent contenders. Let’s talk about India first. A team which is always

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    Vodafone gets World Cup co-sponsorship Mumbai: Telecom services provider Vodafone Essar Ltd has bought the co-sponsorship rights for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup for nearly Rs45 crore‚ two media buyers said. The deal makes Vodafone‚ which also sponsors the annual Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 cricket tournament‚ one of the biggest sponsors of India’s most popular sport this season—even as rival brands face a cap on the air time they can buy. “That would make Vodafone the single largest

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    Cricket Report

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    COMMITTEE ON GOVERNANCE OF WEST INDIES CRICKET FINAL REPORT October 2007 Most Hon. P. J. Patterson‚ ON‚ PC‚ QC: Chairman Sir Alister McIntyre‚ OM‚ OCC Dr. Ian McDonald. Kingston‚ Jamaica 1 Copyright © 2007 Committee on Governance of West Indies Cricket All rights reserved. Permission is granted to copy or reprint portions for any noncommercial use‚ except they may not be posted online without permission. Edited by Carol Collins Cover Design by Debra Hamilton Printed by Lithographic Printers

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    Craze of Cricket

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    Cricket-crazy Indians accept heroes in the field as their role models. They spend hours in front of TV to relish cricket match and taste bat and ball on wayside or here and there‚ wherever possible. Though‚ there have been many controversies yet the popularity of cricket has remained intact. Cricket matches are still something like grand feasts to eyes and mind. We cannot separate ourselves from cricket. Sports were earlier linked to good health because love for a game clearly means playing that

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    are interesting and joyful but i like cricket the most.Cricket is as same to the players as songs to the singers and music to the musician. Cricket match is always played between two teams.it has three forms till now.One Day Cricket match ‚ Test or five day cricket match and T20 Cricket match. One day cricket match consists of 100 overs ‚ Test Cricket consists of 450 overs at the maximum and twenty twenty cricket has 40 overs in a match. I know cricket and love it because of Shahid afridi

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    Cricket merits & Demerits

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    Cricket: Cricket was first played in southern England in the 16th century. By the end of the 18th century‚ it had developed into the national sport of England. The expansion of the British Empire led to cricket being played overseas and by the mid-19th century the first international matches were being held. The ICC‚ the game’s governing body‚ has 10 full members. The game is most popular in Australasia‚ England‚ the Indian subcontinent‚ the West Indies and Southern Africa. Yes‚ cricket is the

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    have been moving into the cricket market. Reebok was the official technical sponsor of the 2011 ICC World Cup and adidas clothes the Proteas‚ English and Australian teams. Nike featured prominently on the sleeves of the Indian team shirts. Some of the top players who had been in action at the World Cup use bats from brands more associated with athletic tracks or soccer fields than cricket pitches. These include the likes of Sachin Tendulkar using an adidas bat‚ and World Cup Man of the Series Yuvraj

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    Sachin Tendulkar is perhaps the best thing to happen to not just INDIA and INDIAN Cricket‚ but the sport in general. He is easily the most worshipped Cricketer across the globe. More than 34‚000 runs scored on all kinds of home and away turfs at an unbelievable 48.74 is testimony enough of the astounding consistency he has shown during the breath-taking 23-year International Career. He is pretty obviously the most prolific run-getter of all times. Technically too‚ He is the most complete batsman

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    Cricket and Politics Dbq

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    Cricket DBQ In South Asia during 1880-2005 politics gained an unusual bedfellow. Cricket was introduced to India by Great Britain for a purpose that was widely discussed. Some believed cricket brought their people together and unified different castes and cultures within India and Britain‚ some believed the sport was just another way for the British to rule over India and appear superior‚ and others criticized the religious nature present in many of the tournaments. This issue could be better

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    Hockey vs Cricket in India

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    Hockey the National Sport of India not Cricket Well‚ if asked some Indians about what they thought was the National Sport of India his answer would most probably be Cricket. Even though most people will agree but‚ the truth is the National Sport of India actually is Field Hockey. The thing is actually the hockey team deserves little better treatment and higher praise than cricket.  But‚ do we treat both games equally in India and do we have any special attachment for our national game

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    Makenzie Wood 12/14/13 5th hour Cricket and Politics In South Asia‚ cricket was a new found religion for the people of India. India’s win in the World Cup in 1983 was a defining moment‚ cricket was at an all time high‚ with the media and Bollywood as well. Between 1880 and 2005 cricket effected politics by bridging religious tensions‚ a way to express nationalism and a way of unifying people of different groups together. Cricket was a unique game that brought people together. Documents 1‚2‚3‚4

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    the cost of other sports? ‘Cricket is a religion in India’- a powerful statement that would bring a smile on all cricket lovers in India. However‚ rarely expressed is the other side of the coin – an issue of one man’s extreme popularity killing the very identity and existence of all other players in the mix. No Doubt that the game’s popularity has brought glory to millions of fans residing in India and worldwide‚ has instilled a sense of pride even in non-cricket-following Indian audiences…whenever

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    sport of India is‚ at least a few would answer Cricket. Actually‚ the National Sport of India is Field Hockey. The hockey team members deserve better treatment and higher praise. Do we treat both the sports equally or are we biased towards any one? Today‚ it is obvious the Cricket is growing more popular. Dhoni fans are ubiquitous in India. Clearly‚ cricket influences the current Indian crowd significantly. But do we promptly conclude that Cricket is our national sport and take no notice of Hockey

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