At least 15 people were killed and 57 others wounded in three roadside bomb attacks on Friday in Iraq 's capital city of Baghdad, a police source said.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.9 jolted northeastern Japan on Saturday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.
French President Francois Hollande will sign a gay marriage and adoption bill into law Saturday, after the Constitutional Council threw out a legal challenge by the right-wing opposition.
Robert Craddock wrote a critical article on the T20 League, following the spot-fixing scandal that shook the cricket world and in response to that Warner, who plays for Delhi Dardevils, launched a series of abusive tweets.
A junior commissioned officer was killed and a soldier injured today morning while repelling a bid by four heavily-armed militants to enter Kashmir valley from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) in Machil sector along the Line of Control, an army spokesman said. Peerzada Ashiq reports.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to travel to Washington in a few months at the invitation of US President Barack Obama.
Indian-Americans from across the country are expected to attend the AAP USA convention, which would be addressed live through a video conference by the Aam Aadmi Party founder, Arvind Kejriwal.
Yahoo Japan Corp. has said it suspects up to 22 million user IDs may have been stolen during an unauthorised attempt to access the administrative system of its Yahoo! Japan portal.
Two teams of Delhi Police’s Special Cell have been sent to Kolkata and Hyderabad to recover the T20 League spot-fixing money and find more evidence against others involved in the scandal, according to media reports.
S Sreesanth loved to court controversies — whether it was Sachin Tendulkar, Mathew Hayden, Andrew Symonds or Michael Vaughan, he spared none. Ramesh Babu
The three Rajasthan Royals players held for fixing in the T20 league confessed to their crime, police claimed on Friday, adding that they suspected others from a second franchise and were probing at least one match from last year. HT
reports. Mumbai the backyard for betting
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The CBI has arrested one of its own SP, who was also involved in the investigation of coal blocks allocation scam, on the allegations of seeking and getting a bribe of Rs.
7 lakh for mediating in a case land dispute of an Alwar-based private person. HT
The role of more players whose names cropped up during interrogation of the arrested cricketers and bookies in the spot-fixing scandal could be probed, Delhi Police said today, as six bookies were held in Tamil Nadu in connection with another betting racket.
Belying expectations, global ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Friday reaffirmed its negative outlook on India and in fact warned it may even downgrade the country's sovereign rating to junk grade if the government failed to check the widening fiscal and current account deficits and kickstart reforms for growth.
Rajasthan Royals pacer S Sreesanth today confessed to spot-fixing in the domestic T20 league. Cricketer Ankit Chavan was the first to accept his role in spot-fixing during questioning by the Delhi Police. The third player, Ajit Chandila, is yet to accept the charges. HT
reports.Dravid, Shilpa, Kundra not to be quizzed: police