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Kolkata Knight Riders cricketer Sunil Narine (R) celebrates as teammate Brendon McCullum dives to take a catch of unseen Mumbai Indians batsman Rohit Sharma during the IPL Twenty20 cricket match between Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders at The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on May 16, 2012.

A court in the India recommends the shifting of Indian Premier League games from the western state of Maharashtra to save water as parts of the state are suffering from drought.

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The 52-hour round trip for one 3-hour match

Meet the Chennai Super Kings fan who travelled across India by train to watch his team.
Chennai has been banned from hosting Indian Premier League games due to safety concerns, so the Chennai Super Kings' home matches have now been moved to Pune - over 1,000km away!

Anush Rajasekaran is one of about a thousand fans who made the journey via a chartered train organised by the club, to watch the team beat the Rajasthan Royals. 

He tells Stumped reporter Sam Sheringham about the 52-hour trip. 

Photo: Chennai Super Kings fans (Anush Rajasekaran)