Outsourcing company iGate Corporation on Tuesday sacked its chief executive officer and one of India's best-known IT executives Phaneesh Murthy for not disclosing to the company his relationship with a subordinate employee, after probing a sexual harassment complaint against him. Manoj Gairola
Based on leads from their interrogation of disgraced Rajasthan Royals bowler S Sreesanth, the Delhi Police are closing in on as many as four cricketers playing for two other teams, including a foreign player. Jatin Anand & Karn Pratap Singh reports. I'm innocent, never indulged in spot-fixing: Sreesanth
Phaneesh Murthy, who became one of the youngest Infosys officials to head the company's key operations in north America, fell from grace after being sacked as the CEO of Nasdaq-listed iGate Corporation following an inquiry into a controversy surrounding his relationship with a subordinate employee.
The close-knit friendship of Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt has stood the test of time. The past few months have been trying for Dutt and Salman was right by his side. Here's one image that captures the bond.
The Bachchan bahu
- Aishwary Rai - dashes hopes of many looking forward to her Cannes appearances. Her blacks and golds hover at a dissappointing grey on the style meter. Check out her over-done golden looks.
Free availability of porn movies, on internet and otherwise, as well as sale of illicit liquor have contributed to the recent rise in sexual crimes against women, says a survey by Delhi police. Karn Pratap Singh
"I am innocent and have done no wrong. I have never indulged in any spot fixing," suspended pacer S Sreesanth, who is an accused in the spot-fixing case, today said.
Test paceman Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and two other bowlers were to appear Tuesday in court over allegations that they accepted tens of thousands of dollars for spot-fixing, police said.
Squarely blaming the BCCI for its decision, Sahara asked the board not to approach it for reconciliation. In a statement, the group said it had not pulled out at the start of the league season despite legal advice in “utter sportsmanship spirit”. HT reports.
Pushed to breaking point again
Two men with butcher knives hacked another to death yesterday near a London military barracks and one then went on video to explain the crime - shouting political statements, gesturing with bloodied hands and waving a meat cleaver.'British soldier' killed in suspected Islamist attack