1. February 20, 9 am news update: IPL 2017 Auction Live, Congress to file complaint against PM Modi, PM Modi to address election rallies in UP

February 20, 9 am news update: IPL 2017 Auction Live, Congress to file complaint against PM Modi, PM Modi to address election rallies in UP

IPL Auction 2017: After six months of high drama where the Indian cricket team defeated West Indies, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh in the longer format, the focus shifts to T20 cricket before India gears up for another thrilling Test series against Australia.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: February 20, 2017 12:30 PM
After six months of high drama where the Indian cricket team defeated West Indies, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh in the longer format, the focus shifts to T20 cricket before India gears up for another thrilling Test series against Australia. After six months of high drama where the Indian cricket team defeated West Indies, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh in the longer format, the focus shifts to T20 cricket before India gears up for another thrilling Test series against Australia.

IPL 2017 Player Auction Live Updates: 352 cricketers to vie for lucrative deals

IPL Auction 2017: After six months of high drama where the Indian cricket team defeated West Indies, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh in the longer format, the focus shifts to T20 cricket before India gears up for another thrilling Test series against Australia. Today, 352 cricketers from all across the world will go under Richard Madley’s hammer at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Bengaluru. Just one day before the auction, we got shocking news of MS Dhoni’s sacking from captaincy and Mitchell Starc also pulled out from the 10th season of Indian Premier League. As the owners start bidding today, expect more twists and turns during the day.

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UP Elections 2017: Congress to lodge complaint with EC against PM Narendra Modi

Congress on Monday said it will lodge complaint with the Election Commission against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘deplorable statement’ during a rally in Fatehpur during the campaign for the Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017. “Congress to file complaint with Election Commission, against PM Modi, over highly deplorable statement in Fatehpur rally,” party secretary of Legal and Human Rights Cell K C Mittal told ANI. PM Modi had lambasted the SP government for its “failure “to maintain law and order in Uttar Pradesh, saying ‘goonda raj’ was prevailing there and even the Supreme Court has had to intervene to get a minister booked in an alleged rape case.

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Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017 Live Updates: PM Narendra Modi to address rallies in Jalaun, Phoolpur

High-decibel campaign has begun for the fourth phase of Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections 2017. 53 assembly seats will go polls on February 23. BJP led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken on Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance by unleashing a number of jibes at Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Rahul Gandhi. BSP led by Maywati is trying to reach out to voters.

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