MUMBAI: Google India Wednesday announced the results for its Year in Search 2021, recapping the top search trends of 2021 in India. And for the second year running, it was the Indian Premier League (IPL) that "topped the charts".
The listing reveals what Indians searched for the most throughout the year across news, sports, entertainment and other categories.
MUMBAI: The chances of the Indian Premier League slotting into the window world cricket has set aside for ICC T20 World Cup increased manifold on Tuesday, when, in an unexpected turn of events, Cricket Australia (CA) chairman Earl Eddings warned it is becoming "unrealistic" to expect the mega event to take place as planned this year.
MUMBAI: The ICC T20 World Cup, which is scheduled to take place in October later this year, is very much on track, hopeful kite flying noises from the corridors of power within the BCCI that it would give way to the Indian Premier League notwithstanding.
MELBOURNE: Responding to the destruction caused to communities, families and wildlife by the devastating bushfires raging across Australia, the ICC has sought help from the global cricket family to support relief efforts through its charity partner UNICEF Australia.
MUMBAI: Australia, host nation of the ICC T20 World Cups, has unveiled its latest India focused tourism campaign.
In the run up to the next major global event in cricket, Tourism Australia’s call to ‘Experience the game and beyond’ is targeted at passionate Indian cricket fans, offering them a combined experience of world-class cricket and an unparalleled holiday experience.
MELBOURNE: Australia has said it would start a $3.4 million (A$ 5 million) advertising campaign next month to woo Indian tourists ahead of the next year’s ICC T20 World Cups for both men and women.
Australia’s Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham said Monday the new campaign would be used to increase Australia’s broader destination appeal in India, PTI reports.
DUBAI: The ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Local Organising Committee has issued an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for Signage partners for both the women’s and men’s tournaments, to be held as standalone events across Australia next year.