No, no. It's Intense Pulse Light which improves the appearance of photoaged skin and removes age spots. They'll be broadcasting before and after facial photos as well as a live treatment! I can't wait!
But my problem is that for all the money and the prestige associated with the competition, it doesn't appear to be very popular or given much coverage outside India. During the last competition there was token coverage on the evening news on TV and nothing anywhere else that I noticed (in Oz). I would be unable to tell you anything about any team or match and more time was spent discussing players that weren't going due to schedule conflicts.
David O'Meara wrote:But my problem is that for all the money and the prestige associated with the competition, it doesn't appear to be very popular or given much coverage outside India.
Personally, I consider IPL just entertainment and not serious cricket. After watching few of the IPL matches in the last couple of seasons, I have stayed away from watching any of them this season. It's mainly because I find that there's an air of artificial excitement generated with all kinds of non-cricketing things involved in IPL. I even find the commentators going overboard (which is irritating) for every shot hit. I would have liked to watch some serious game of club cricket without this artificial entertainment around it. When it was first introduced I thought it might be similar to tournaments like the Barclay's Premier League football or their European counterparts, which involves serious sport rather than some distracting entertainment.