In a desperate bid to save the Indian Premier League's second edition, its organizers have sent a revised schedule of the high-profile event to the Home Ministry.
The tournament has come under a cloud of uncertainty in the wake of the terror attack on Sri Lankan team in Lahore and the general elections in India, which coincide with the league that starts April 10.
After a series of meetings, the IPL organizers have re-drawn the schedule of the tournament taking care that no matches are held on polling days in the cities hosting the games.

The organizers are not in favor of postponing the tournament as it may lead to massive financial loss for the franchise owners as well the tournament itself.
New Zealand all-rounder Jacob Oram, who plays for Chennai Super Kings, has stated that cricket was not above life for him and he would give it a hard thought before deciding whether to travel to India or not.
In case the organisers are forced to postpone the IPL, it would be difficult to find a slot to hold the event this year in view of the crammed cricket calendar. It would then have to be held around the same period next year. reports hindustantimes IPL submits revised schedule to Home Ministry.