The Bombay High Court yesterday adjourned till September 24 the hearing in the dispute between Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Deccan Chargers and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and directed status quo till then.
The high court’s ruling in effect bars the BCCI from taking any further action against the franchise and also cannot issue fresh tenders for bringing new team into the IPL fold till the disposal of the case.
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