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Rs 43,000 crore on first day of IPL broadcasting rights auction

  • The IPL broadcasting rights have reached Rs 43,000 crore in the first day of the auction. That means the auction for only 2 of the 4 categories ended today.
  • "Package 1" is priced at around Rs 23,370 crore, while "Package 2" is priced at Rs. 19,680 crore has gone to auction. Now every match in the IPL is worth Rs 105 crore. The IPL is now the next step for the American National Football League.
  • The number of IPL spectators is increasing every year. The IPL series, which started in 2008, is now very popular in many countries. Thus there is stiff competition every time IPL TV seizes digital licenses. In the first 10 years, Sony Pictures acquired the broadcasting rights for Rs 8,200 crore.
  • It was followed by Star India and Dishney acquiring the television license and digital license for Rs 16,347 crore over the next 5 years.
  • The BCCI is to divide the broadcasting rights into 4 sections for the years 2023 to 2027. The BCCI offers to broadcast on the Asian subcontinent only in 4 categories, including digital broadcasting rights, digital broadcasting rights for 18 matches, ie first match, 4 play-offs, double header matches, and worldwide broadcast rights.
  • In this situation, the English Premier League football media rights IPL rights have also eaten up the revenue. According to Media Rights of the last IPL series, the value of an IPL match is Rs 54.23 crore. Now it has increased to Rs 105 crore.
Muniyanathan appointed TNPSC Chairman
  • Balachandran, an IAS officer, took over as TNPSC chairman in 2020. He retired on June 9 last. Subsequently, work is underway to select a new leader. In this context, IAS Officer C. Muniyanathan, a member of the TNPSC on a temporary basis, has been appointed as the responsible Chairman of the Selection Committee.
  • He has already held the posts of Nagai District Collector, Adithravidar Welfare and Commissioner of Labor Welfare.
ATP Challenger Tennis - Tamil Nadu Jeevan, Rs. Ram Champion
  • The 3rd edition of the Bratislava Open ATP Challenger Travel Tennis Tournament took place in Slovakia. Tamil Nadu players Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan and Rs. Ram. They clashed with Ukrainian associates Vladislav Manafov and Oleg Prihodkov. Jeevan co-captured the first set 7-8 (8-6) long until the tiebreaker.
  • The 2nd set in a row was easily won by Jeevan Para 6-4. So the Jeevan pair won the straight sets 2-0 to win the Bratislava Open ATP Challenger title.
Para World Sniper - 2nd Gold for Avani Legra
  • The women's 8-50m event will be held in Chattanooga, France. Legra won gold in the rifle category with 458.3 points. Veronica of Slovakia, Anna Norman of Sweden won silver and bronze.
  • Already O 2 10 m. Legra won gold in the Rifle Standing category. P2 daughter 10 m. Rubina Francis won bronze in the pistol category.
Two silver for India in World Youth Weightlifting
  • India's Akansha Kishore (40kg) and Vijay Prajapati (49kg) won silver at the World Youth Weightlifting Championships. The World Youth Weightlifting Championships are being held in Mexico.
  • In the women's 40 kg weight category, Akanshah of India won silver in the snatch category with a weight of 59 and in the 'clean and jerk' category with a total weight of 127 kg.
  • In the men's 49 kg weight category, India's Vijay Prajapati came second with 78 in the 'snatch' category and 97 in the 'clean and jerk' category, with a total weight of 175 kg. India have won 2 silver medals so far in this series.
Pragyananda Champion in Nouveau Chess A Division
  • The A Division Chess Tournament was held for juniors as part of the Norway Chess Open. In this, Indian GM Pragyananda has not lost in the Audi 9 rounds since the beginning.
  • In the last match, Indian IMV. He defeated Praneeth to win the championship with 7.5 points. Pragyananda, who defeated world chess world champion Magnus Coulson, is in Apara Pal.
  • Pragyananda (Elo 2642) took first place, while Mosal Eromiski (Israel) and Jung Min (Sweden) took second and third place, respectively.
  • Former India world champion Viswanathan Anand clinched 3rd place in the last round of the Norway Open Chess after beating Ian Dary in the final round. World champion Magnus Carlsen came in first with 16.5 points, followed by Ajmejon's Mametarov with 15.5 points and Anand with 14.5 points.
Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh will release the National Administrative Service Provision Assessment 2021 report on Monday
  • The National Administrative Service Provision Assessment 2021 report will be released on June 13, 2022 by Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State for Science, Technology and Earth Sciences (Private Responsibility), Joint Minister of the Prime Minister's Office, Minister of Employee Welfare, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space.

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