Maxwell hits a maximum
- PDP, BJP seal alliance to form government in Jammu & Kashmir
- RK Pachauri, accused of sexual harassment, quits UN climate change panel
- Centre's land bill is anti-farmer, says Kejriwal at Anna protest rally
- SpiceJet launches low-fare offer for Holi; one lakh seats on the block
- BJP defends Bhagwat, claims Mother Teresa admitted she was not a social worker
Team strategy: Will look to build batting around Australians Shaun Marsh and Pomersbach, preferred local boy Gony over RP Singh for knowledge of home conditions
Bought: James Faulkner ($400k), Fidel Edwards ($210k), Kushal Perera ($20k)
Hottest pick: James Faulkner multi-dimensional, adds variety with left-arm pace
Team strategy: Spent judiciously, bolstered pace attack with Edwards, Faulkner. "Death bowling was a bit of a concern and we tried filling that gap," said co-owner Shilpa Shetty.
spent: $1.8 million.
Bought: RP Singh ($400k), M Henriques ($300k), J Unadkat ($525k), P Singh ($150k), R Rampaul ($290k), D Christian ($100k)
Hottest pick: Ravi Rampaul skiddy fast bowler has good CLT20 record
Team strategy: Have packed squad with seamers, with RP Singh, Pankaj Singh and Jaydev Unadkat offering a variety of Indian options. Henriques and Christian add depth to line-up.
spent: $1.28 million.
Bought: Dirk Nannes ($600k), Chris Morris ($625k), Ben Laughlin ($20k), Akila Dananjaya ($20k), Jason Holder ($20k)
Hottest pick: Chris Morris SA all-rounder impressed on t20i debut against NZ
Team strategy: Not wanting to disturb a settled, power-packed batting lineup, CSK have added teeth to the bowling, with Nannes, Morris and mystery man Dananjaya.