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IPL fate still not clear, MHA waits for states' feedback
New Delhi, Mar 18 (PTI) With the Home Ministry waiting for the state governments' feedback on the revised schedule of the Indian Premier League, the fate of the high-profile event today continued to remain uncertain though there were reports of some states willing to give their nod to the new fixtures.

As the race to finalise the schedule continued, Home Minster P Chidambaram said a decision on the fate of the IPL second edition will be taken soon after the Ministry received feedback from the concerned state governments on the revised schedule.

Desperate to get the cash-rich league on track, the IPL's top brass has held a series of meetings since Monday and submitted a reworked schedule to the Home Ministry yesterday.

The new schedule has now taken into account the reservations and security constraints of the states hosting the matches.

"The last I heard was yesterday morning they submitted a revised schedule. The revised schedule has been sent to all the state governments concerned. We've asked them to give their comments and views as early as possible," Chidambaram told reporters here. PTI

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