IPL 2020: One positive case and league could be doomed, says Ness Wadia calling for strict compliance with BCCI SOP
Ness Wadia himself has not decided on travelling to the UAE for the IPL but said safety can't be compromised.
Vivo is likely to pull out as the IPL's title sponsor for this year and if relations between the two countries improve, BCCI may look at inking a fresh three-year deal with the company from 2021 to 2023 on revised terms.
The calls for BCCI to boycott Chinese sponsors, including Vivo, can be described as a knee-jerk reaction that rather than helping the cause would only end up in shooting Indian sport in the foot.
IPL 2020 will be played from 19 September to 10 November, the governing council decided after a virtual meeting on Sunday, with Chinese sponsors, including title sponsor VIVO, ultimately retained.
IPL 2020: Government nod, franchise strength, Chinese sponsorship, among key points to be discussed in GC meet, says report
Check out the 10 key points that will be deliberated on IPL 2020 during Sunday's IPL governing council meet
Vivo X50, X50 Pro and TWS Neo launched in India at a starting price of Rs 34,990, Rs 49,990 and Rs 5,990 respectively
Both Vivo X50 and X50 Pro come with a 32 MP punch hole camera on the front for selfies.
Vivo X50 series launch highlights: Vivo X50 priced starting Rs 34,990, X50 Pro priced at Rs 49,990, TWS Neo at Rs 5,990
The highlight of the Vivo X50 series is its rear quad-camera setup and 5G connectivity.
The Vivo TWS Neo earbuds are expected to come in Interstellar Blue and Moon White colour variants.
Vivo X50 Pro might feature a 48 MP Sony IMX598 camera that has a unique gimbal-style stabilisation.
BCCI unlikely to sever ties with IPL title sponsors VIVO if 'exit clause' favours Chinese mobile phone company, says report
After the India-China clash in Galwan Valley, BCCI had stated that there would be a review of the IPL sponsors
IPL: 'Country comes first', Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia supports boycott of Chinese sponsorship in league
While other franchises said they would wait for the government's decision, Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia has called for a complete boycott of Chinese sponsorship in the IPL
Galwan Valley Clash: IOA to review tie-up with sportswear maker Li Ning amid public backlash against Chinese companies
Chinese companies in India are facing a backlash after the killing this week of 20 Indian soldiers by Chinese forces in a Himalayan border dispute.
Galwan Valley Clash: BCCI to review IPL sponsorship deals, including one with VIVO, after 20 Indian soldiers killed in violent face-off
The BCCI on Friday said it will review IPL sponsorship deals, including the one with Chinese mobile phone company Vivo, in a meeting next week after 20 Indian soldiers were killed during a clash with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh.
IPL 2020: BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal sees no problem with VIVO as sponsor as 'money is coming in from Chinese company'
Dhumal said Chinese companies sponsoring an Indian event like the IPL only serve his country's interests. The BCCI gets Rs 440 crore annually from Vivo and the five-year deal ends in 2022.
'Boycott China' trends online but consumer products sale unlikely to be affected; Chinese smartphones accounted for 81% shipments in Q1
Calls for boycott of Chinese products amid Sino-India border tension may be trending on social media but these are yet to impact sales of smartphone and consumer durables products from the stables of companies like Xiaomi, Realme and Haier, according to industry executives.
Let’s be honest, are you really going to choose a Micromax phone when you could have a OnePlus 8?
Vivo Y70s houses a 4,500 mAh battery and offers up to 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage.
Coronavirus Outbreak: 28 Zee Media employees test positive in Delhi-NCR; news organisation begins mass testing
Twenty-eight employees of Zee Media and 11 linked to two Chinese phone-manufacturing companies tested positive for coronavirus in Delhi-NCR
COVID-19 strikes Noida factories of Chinese smartphones: Oppo to open unit after all 3,000 employees screened; Vivo not impacted
Oppo and Vivo, along with other top handset makers, resumed manufacturing at their Noida and Greater Noida-based factories with 30 percent workforce from 8 May.
IT hardware companies expect to resume partial production this week, 100% next month if no change in govt guidelines
Members of two industry associations that are ready for resuming production activity but are apprehensive about execution of order at ground leve