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Ness Wadia

How Much New Teams Will Pay BCCI To Join IPL? Ness Wadia Predicts Crazy Bidding War

Oct 05, 2021 PTI

Ness Wadia said that INR 2000 crore is a conservative number, claiming new IPL teams are going for INR 3000-4000 crore.

IPL Can Initially Avoid Crowds, Says Punjab Kings' Ness Wadia

Mar 02, 2021 PTI

Delhi, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Chennai have been shortlisted as potential venues but the BCCI is yet to take a final call on the matter

IPL 2021: Kings XI Punjab Change Their Name To 'Punjab Kings' from This Season

The franchise has failed to win an IPL title since the event's inaugural edition in 2008.

If IPL Doesn't Happen, So Be It: Kings XI Punjab Co-Owner Ness Wadia

Mar 24, 2020 PTI

The star-studded eight-team Indian Premier League (IPL) was originally scheduled to start on March 29 in Mumbai but looks set for a cancellation given the current crisis

Coronavirus Threat: KXIP Co-Owner Ness Wadia Makes Heartening Statement On IPL Suspension

Ness Wadia, who spoke to the BCCI officials including president Sourav Ganguly on Friday, said the situation has to improve for the IPL to take place

17 February, 2020

Kings XI Punjab Set To Acquire St Lucia Franchise Of Caribbean Premier League


St Lucia Zouks is one of the six teams competing in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). The team is led by former West Indies captain Darren Sammy

07 November, 2019

IPL: KXIP Co-Owner Ness Wadia Wants BCCI To Consider His Requests, Seeks Sourav Ganguly's Help


Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia writes to BCCI president Sourav Ganguly to propose singing of the Indian national anthem before the start of every IPL game and expand the league outside the country

01 May, 2019

IPL 2019: Ness Wadia Drug Fiasco Can Lead To Suspension Of Kings XI Punjab

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Ness was reportedly sentenced for a two-year jail term in Japan for possession of drugs. He is the eldest son of Nusli Wadia, one of India's wealthiest businessman, and heir to the 283 Wadia group.

30 April, 2019

Meet Ness Wadia Who Is Sentenced In Japan Over Drugs Possession

Outlook Web Bureau

Ness Wadia was arrested in early March at New Chitose Airport in the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.

30 April, 2019

Ness Wadia Sentenced In Japan Over Drugs Possession

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Ness, who is the co-owner of Kings XI Punjab team, is the eldest son of Nusli Wadia and heir to the 283-year-old Wadia group.

10 October, 2018

Preity Zinta’s Molestation Case Against Ness Wadia Quashed By High Court

Outlook Web Bureau

On October 1, the court had suggested that Wadia and Zinta settle the issue amicably.

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