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Indian Premier League has got its share of bad name​: Mahendra Singh Dhoni​

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New Delhi: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday stayed away from commenting on the sweeping changes Supreme Court appointed Lodha Commission has recommended on the functioning of the Indian cricket board.

“Lodha Commission has not given me the report. So you have to ask the BCCI (about what they plan to do,” said Dhoni here today.IPL and controversies go hand in hand but Dhoni defended the cash-rich league.

“Yes, it (IPL) has got its share of bad name but you have to look at the positives as well. It is a platform where you can identify the players on the domestic circuit, gauge their performance throughout the season. It is also about how the young players handle pressure, you see youngsters embracing it. I think that is fantastic for Indian cricket.

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