Give brief explanations for the following The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament The name of ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference The significance of the shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubaicbse class9 history 2016

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Give brief explanations for the following: The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India. Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament. The name of ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference. The significance of the shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubai.cbse-class9-history-2016

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The Parsis were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.
The Parsis were rich businessmen and were the first to ape the western lifestyle. Hence, they were the first Indian community to set up a cricket club in India.
Mahatma Gandhi condemned the Pentangular tournament.
The Pentagular tournament was a contest among teams which were formed on communal lines. Hence, Mahatma Gandhi condemned this tournament.
The name of the ICC was changed from the Imperial Cricket Conference to the International Cricket Conference.
The term ‘Imperial’ in the earlier version carried the connotations of the colonial period and hegemony. When other cricket playing nations grew in prominence, the name was changed to International Cricket Conference in 1965.
The shift of the ICC headquarters from London to Dubai.
The ICC headquarters were shifted from London to Dubai mainly to shift the office to a tax-free destination. Many cricket playing nations did not have double taxation treaty with England. So, shifting the HQs was a purely commercial decision. Some analysts also see it as a symbolic shift of power from Europe to Asia.


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