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Quite conservatively named, ‘Team Sports’ (They wanted to go by the ‘Khiladi’ series), is in charge of the sports related PR news. More recently the Indian sporting scene has opened up a lot and in-spite of the infamous CWG, and with all the controversies around F1 in India, this team is here for some damage control (or maybe cause some more). This team provides unbiased views on the Indian Sports marketing, sponsorship, event management and the branding efforts.

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The IPL final was a great sporting victory for the Kolkata Knight Riders, but it was also a great PR boost to brand KKR and brand SRK.

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