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MUMBAI: Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has vowed to take legal action over the misuse of his image after his attention was drawn to allegedly morphed images being used to endorse a casino.

Tendulkar's images were used to promote 'Big Daddy' casino, which is located in Goa, PTI reports.

Tendulkar took to social media on Thursday to clarify that he had nothing to do with the advertisements of a casino doing the rounds on the social media, which has his picture, IANS reports.

Dec 11, 2021 06:12
MADRID: The LaLiga General Assembly Friday ratified the Boost LaLiga (LaLiga Impulso) project with backing from a large majority of clubs. The project is a strategic agreement reached with global investment fund CVC (the same one that recently won the bid to own the new Ahmedabad franchise in the Indian Premier League) to promote the global growth of LaLiga and its clubs.
Apr 11, 2019 12:04
DALLAS: A Case for Women (ACFW), a mission-driven organization that educates and empowers women to take legal action, is warning that gymnasts who have been sexually assaulted only have until April 29 to take legal action.
Apr 09, 2019 13:04
MUMBAI: Australian pacer Mitchell Starc is taking legal action against his insurer to claim back the A$1.53 million ($1.09m) that he lost out on after missing the IPL last year due to injury. Starc picked up a calf injury in the second Test against South Africa last year before breaking down with a tibial bone fracture in the subsequent Test.
Mar 13, 2019 06:03
DOHA: In response to the extraordinary announcement by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Tuesday that it will live-stream matches featuring Saudi Arabian clubs in the AFC Asian Champions League for free into Saudi Arabia on the AFC’s own digital channels, Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports announced it would launch a major international legal dispute against the football's Asian governing body for material breach of its mu
Jul 13, 2018 17:07
DUBAI: The World Cup is all but over so one could question the point of the exercise but FIFA has "engaged counsel to take legal action in Saudi Arabia" against BeOutQ for illegally broadcasting World Cup matches in the Middle East, as other sports federations have joined a chorus of calls for the pirate operator's closure.
Jun 11, 2018 18:06
MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Network (India), host broadcaster in the Indian subcontinent for the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Russia, has sent out take down notices to illicit streaming sites warning of legal action if they decide to stream matches from the tournament. Streaming sites are a major problem for Sony and others as they are often removed but they also return in hours or days.