It is a clean sweep for Star. After three days of intense bidding, BCCI awarded media rights for all bilateral cricket in the country to Star India for Rs 6,138.10 crore, for a period of five years. The media rights include both — television and digital media — for all international matches played by the Indian cricket team at home from April 2018 to March 2023. Star India, which retained the rights, will be paying around Rs 60.17 crore per match to the BCCI.
The government on Wednesday said amendments to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) would be prospective in nature.
On an inconclusive day two of the BCCI media rights e-auction, the cash registers continued to ring. Cash rich BCCI, smug that its experiment of an e-auction is working well, is expected to pouch a veritable bonanza from the three-way race between Star, Sony and newbie Reliance Jio, which will continue on Thursday. Already, it has virtually doubled what it earned from the previous cycle of media rights after two days of bidding for the next five years of Indian cricket.
Within a few months of its launch, Google Tez has grabbed the leadership position in the payment app/mobile wallet space, overtaking Paytm. But industry experts find that incentives offered by Google Tez are leading to
Hiring activity in the country is likely to get a boost this year in key sectors such as manufacturing, technology, renewable energy, among others, due to robust economic growth, according to recruitment firm Michael Page India.
“With the Indian government constantly pushing reforms to receive economic growth through proactive measures, we are anticipating these optimistic trends to continue across the key sectors,” its managing director Nicolas Dumoulin said.
The report, employment outlook 2018, has compiled employment figures from its database in the last 12 months.
Cricket makes the mare go round with money strapped on her back. Cash rich BCCI is set for another big bonanza as prognosticated by FC on Tuesday morning with Star, Sony and Jio engaged in a bidding war for the Global Consolidated Media Rights (GCR) for the 2018-2023 cycle of India’s home bilateral series, which is currently valued at Rs 4,442 crore, after the end of the opening day of the first ever e-auction.
If you thought you will be able to talk to your dear ones on phone while flying, you are in for disappointment at least for now. The Department of Telecom (DoT) has grounded the Trai proposal on allowing mobile services onboard aircraft.
The process of filling petitions for H-1B visas for the season 2018-2019 has just begun amid unprecedented scrutiny. The screening process is indeed going to be very stringent and many immigration attorneys in the US are expecting highest level of visa rejections this time.
The Trump administration’s concern about China’s growing technology clout is putting even more pressure on US wireless carriers in their marketing battle over which company will be the first to offer 5G.
Recession proof Indian cricket will once again test new frontiers on April 3 when the first ever e-auction bidding process for BCCI media rights commences at 2 pm IST. The winner takes all for the next five years, broadcasting a total of 102 matches, which will form part of the ICC’s Future Tours Programme (FTP) from April 15, 2018 to March 2023.