Police in Mexico have found mutilated bodies scattered near the border with US. Back in India, BCCI termed the alleged spot-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League and other domestic competitions as "disturbing" and said it would take strict action against those found guilty. In Parliament, Opposition has threatened to bring a privilege motion against Aviation minister Ajit Singh. These were the most read stories on our site.
Mexico police find mutilated bodies of 43 men, six women
Police found 49 mutilated bodies scattered in a pool of blood near the border with the US, a region where Mexico’s two dominant drug cartels are trying to outdo each other in bloodshed while warring over smuggling routes.
IPL spot-fixing: Shalabh denies charges, BCCI worried, MPs seek probe
The BCCI on Tuesday termed the alleged spot-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League and other domestic competitions as "disturbing" and said it would take strict action against those found guilty of indulging in corrupt practices.
Who's that guy with Veena Malik?
Veena Malik’s intimate pictures with filmmaker Hemant Madhukar have dragged the Pakistani actor into yet another controversy.
Nepal plane crash: Paa girl among 7 Mumbaikars dead
Once news got around that the Agni Air Dornier aircraft had crashed at the high-altitude Jomsom airport in Nepal, a frantic Harish Sachdev was on the phone seeking updates from the Indian embassy in Nepal.
Uproar in Lok Sabha over Ajit Singh's Air India remarks
Launching a scathing attack on Singh, the Opposition threatened to bring a privilege motion against him for speaking on policy issues on civil aviation outside when the House was in session.