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8th team in my IPL Auction Reviews is CSK. They needed another batter who could do well vs pace and thus they bought Stokes, and like always they showed their preference for all rounders by trying to buy Curran, but due to budget constraints they ended up buying Kyle Jamieson.

The number of all rounders that they have in the mix is something that enables them to have great balance all the time. They are one team which doesn't need to use the impact player rule. And then no home ground favours any IPL team as much as Chepauk favours CSK.

The trio of Mukesh Choudhary, Deepak Chahar & Maheesh Theekshana can be relied upon to extract any help available and deliver wkts in the PP.
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Petition to hold an MLA & MP auctions on the lines of #IPL2023Auction.

> Everyone knows who is backing an elected representative
> The value of the a representative is decided based on how he/she delivers to the backers
> Possibility of crowdfunding
MORE Advantages:

> Rich folks can finally breathe easy
> Poor folks can at least know what rich folk are upto
> EC can give out broadcasting rights to channels & earn monies
> Monies from sponsors can be put back into conducting elections
> A fun spectacle for citizens to watch
EVEN MORE Advantages:

> Start side gigs, like live debates between candidates before the auction
> Sell rights for those and earn more monies
> Govt gets a whole load of money from this
> Reduce taxes for citizens because they are paying with their eyeballs and enjoying it
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"My father's dreams for me were connected to cricket. I knew if I did well in cricket, his soul would rest in peace", says 24-year-old #ChetanSakariya who made quite an impression with his IPL debut.

#IPL #IPL2023 #Cricket #Passion #Inspiration
Hailing from the small town of Vartej in Gujarat, Sakariya was the sole breadwinner for his family. He worked at his uncle's stationery shop in Bhavnagar as his father, a lorry driver, was bedridden after suffering a few accidents.
In return, his uncle helped nurture his cricketing dreams. After much hard work, the boy who once didn't have money to buy cricket shoes got a chance to play in the Saurashtra under-16 team.
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