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Ness Wadia

About Ness Wadia

Ness Wadia is an Indian Businessman.

Personal Biography

Ness Wadia is the great grandson of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan and the son of Bombay Dyeing owners Nusli and Maureen Wadia.

Relationship with Preity Zinta

Ness Wadia is dating Bollywood actress Preity Zinta. For more information about their relationship, read Preity Zinta & Ness Wadia.

Professional Biography

Co-ownership in Kings XI Punjab

In March/April 2010, a local court issued a notice of motion to Kings XI Punjab co-owners Preity Zinta and Wadia, their senior vice-president operations Arvinder Singh and an SSP, Phase VIII SHO on a PIL by an NGO for April 5. Global Human Rights Council (GHRC) chairman advocate Arvind Thakur alleged great public inconvenience, harassment and nuisance due to the ongoing T20 matches of IPL 3 at the PCA stadium.

In February 2010, reports are out that the owners of Kings XI Punjab, which includes Wadia, have sold their stake to Hero Honda Motors Limited. The owners have denied the reports about the sale.

Ness Wadia in News

Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2014 in Gujarat
Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz will host its qualifier round of the 10-city, annual, intercollegiate quiz competition in Ahmedabad, Gujarat on October 11th, 2014 at CEPT Auditorium. The competition, which is a part of The Sweden India Nobel Memorial Week is organised by The Embassy of Sweden and Swedish industry in India. Mr

Chennai Super Kings arrive in Chandigarh to take on Kings XI Punjab
Chennai Super Kings after the thrilling win against Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tourney inaugural match arrived at Chandigarh ahead of their ensuing clash against Kings XI Punjab.

Bombay High Court stays Kings XI Punjab's termination from IPL
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) suffered yet another legal setback for the second consecutive day on Wednesday with a division bench of the Bombay High Court dismissing its appeal against the court's order staying the termination of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kings XI Punjab.

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