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Star India, the official broadcasting partner of the just-started cricketing extravaganza, is telecasting the tournament in six languages — Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada, apart from English and Hindi — making it by far more inclusive than any other sporting tournament on TV so far.
Sanjay Gupta, chief operating officer of STAR India, says, "We expect about half the cable and TV households to watch the match."
Star Sports has the broadcast rights for the 2015 Cricket World Cup, and its website and apps have live streaming as well. Whether you're a fan in India or around the world though, we've got you covered.