Mahesh Kuthuru 43, who owned and operated a medical practice, was indicted by a federal grand jury in Syracuse, New York.
Hugging saint’ in a spot of bother, ex-disciple alleges abuse in tell-all book
Martoma, 39, said his conviction should be thrown out because "unrelated" information about his dismissal from Harvard Law school biased the jury against him
After hours of high drama, Sahara Group boss Subrata Roy was arrested on Friday and produced before the chief judicial magistrate.
Subrata Roy is one of India's most flamboyant and enigmatic tycoons.
The Supreme Court today issued a non-bailable warrant against Subrata Roy, the chief of the controversial Sahara Group
Jewelers and Traders Exploit a Legal Loophole on Imports
For freelance techies, the temptation is overwhelming. And that, naturally, has opened up a world of opportunity for fraudsters.
Marines' case: Italy protests delay in court, summons ambassador to Rome for consultations
The decision will be conveyed to the Centre for appropriate action.
After months of apologies and outright denials, the former Tehelka magazine editor faces prison.
Among those who figure in the database are two Members of Parliament
A current Team India player is among six prominent "Indian capped" players whose names figure in the Justice Mudgal probe report that investigated the IPL betting and spot-fixing scam.
An Indian-origin woman banker has arrested in Britain as part of an ongoing anti-terrorism operation in London.
Tejpal is accused of sexually assaulting a junior colleague and under the new expanded definition of Section 376, Tejpal’s actions are defined as rape.
Four Indian-origin persons, former employees of one of South Africa's leading banking groups who are accused of being the kingpins in a scheme which defrauded the institution of millions of rands.
An Indian American student, who found his parents shot to death in their family home in Syosset, a hamlet in New York's Nassau County seven years ago has been found dead in Philadelphia.
Bisht’s only hope is the recent arrest of alleged scheme kingpin Ram Sumiran Pal in India, following a multi-agency probe
The verdict hands the government a signature victory in its pincerlike pursuit of SAC, the giant fund run by billionaire stock picker Steven A. Cohen.
Most Singaporeans were utterly shocked by the news that came in late Sunday night; there is nothing to compare with it in their country’s recent history.
Singapore on Tuesday filed charges against 24 Indian nationals who allegedly took part in its first riot for over 40 years.
The violence erupted in the city-state's crowded Little India neighborhood Sunday night after an Indian worker was hit and killed by a private bus
A crusading editor revered in India’s liberal circles has been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a young employee at his magazine.
The modus operandi is very simple for the girls' families to fall into the trap.
The Indian-origin head of an extremist Maoist sect, accused of enslaving three women in his home in London for 30 years, tried to convince his British followers he was Jesus Christ
One of India's most prominent journalists was charged with rape Friday as police investigate allegations that he sexually assaulted a junior colleague.
The Indian media strongly condemned the alleged sexual assault on a woman journalist by Tehelka magazine’s editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal.
Interestingly, some cities generally believed to be safe and honest figured at the bottom of the honesty heap
Kenyan businessmen of Indian origin are emerging as the biggest losers of the Nairobi mall terror attack
Eyewitness accounts of bodies of children lying strewn around the mall added to the anxiety of the families
The scandal has raised questions about the unprecedented boom in spiritual gurus in the world’s largest democracy
In Nairobi this grim weekend, the world has again seen men dance to Azzam’s song of blood:
A US court has banned two American companies from providing various types of financial services on charges of bilking consumers of millions of dollars through call centres in India.
The psychology of how godmen come to contol the minds of millions of devotees
Two Indians have been allegedly shot dead by masked men at a convenience store in the US.
The author of a popular memoir of life under the Taliban that was made into a major Bollywood movie was shot dead
Asaram was kept at the Rajasthan Armed Constabulary Battalion campus after his request to stay at his ashram was rejected.
Asumal Sirumalani, a popular Indian spiritual leader who is known to his followers as Asaram Bapu, has fought a long battle against sex.
There is little doubt that the incident (gang-rape) which occurred on the night of December 16, 2012, was not only gruesome, but almost maniacal in its content, wherein one juvenile, whose role is yet to be established, was involved.
Controversial godman Asaram Bapu was arrested by the Jodhpur police, 20 minutes past midnight.