Saha VS Journalist: In conjunction with recent claims made by India wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha, Indian journalist Boria Majumdar has said that he will submit a legal notice for defamation on him. In a video posted to social media, Majumdar claimed that the WhatsApp chat that Saha posted was a doctored version of an exchange between the two. While Saha did not name the journalist who reportedly threatened him. But he did say on Saturday that he had reported the incident to the BCCI.

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“While Wriddhiman Saha has doctored, tampered screenshots of my WhatsApp chats which have damaged my reputation and credibility. I have requested the BCCI for a fair hearing. My lawyers are serving Wriddhiman a defamation notice. Let truth prevail.”

Boria Majumdar posted on social media

“I have told the committee everything I know. I have shared all the details with them. Can’t tell you much right now. BCCI has asked me not to talk about the meeting outside as they will answer all your queries.”

Saha told reporters. This is after appearing before the board vice-president Rajeev Shukla, treasurer Arun Dhumal, and IPL governing council member Prabhtej Bhatia

Even when Saha talked to media today after meeting with the BCCI’s top brass, he did not directly mention the name. He told reporters that he told the BCCI everything during the meeting and that he had no more remark. While in February, Saha, who had been left out of the Indian team for the Test series against Sri Lanka, took to Social Media to share a screenshot of messages received to him on WhatsApp by a “respected” writer.

While the sender of the screenshot requested that Saha “to do an interview with me,” to which Saha did not answer. Eventually, the messages became more aggressive: “You did not call. Never again will I interview you. I don’t take insults kindly. And I will remember this. This wasn’t something you should have done.”

BCCI Announces RuPay as Official Sponsor of TATA IPL

The Governing Council of the Indian Premier League (IPL GC) today confirmed RuPay, the flagship product of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), as an official partner for the TATA IPL. This year’s IPL will commence on March 26, 2022. This is a multi-year collaboration. According to sources, RuPay would pay over 140 crores over the next two years.

RuPay is India’s first global card payment network, offering a self-sufficient card payment network with revolutionary features that have helped it become a successful interoperable card. While RuPay is extensively accepted at ATMs, point-of-sale terminals, and online stores. The official partner position became available this year because Tata Group, which had previously been an official partner, replaced Chinese smartphone maker Vivo as the league’s main sponsor. Read 10cric reviews here and know how betting works online.

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