In support of the conspiracy, Thakkar and others recruited individuals in India who were willing to pay up to USD 60,000 to be smuggled into the US.
It's now suspected that the fixing scandal wasn't limited to this year's IPL; there's strong evidence of it being just as rampant last season.
Ten suicides, one murder, $5.5 billion in losses and more than 1,300 journalists without a job — the toll from one of India’s biggest Ponzi schemes continues to mount.
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt has returned to jail to serve his sentence for firearms offences linked to 1993 blasts which killed 257 people in Mumbai.
The Supreme Court, on March 21, had upheld his conviction in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts
Four Indian Americans, including a physician and three co-owners of a health clinic from Chicago area, have been charged with healthcare fraud estimated to be running into millions of dollars.
Most of the cases of rape of women and girls in India's Bihar state occur when they go out to defecate in the open, police and social activists say.
Robbers disguised as policemen had got away with $50 million worth of gemstones
The Jamnagar, Gujarat, born Patel had a controversial tenure in the hospital from 2003 to early 2005, during which over 80 deaths were linked to him and 30 patients died in his care.
The Western Naval command headquarters has alerted the city police about the threat of a bomb attack on the US consulate here on July 21.
The notion that anyone can be a terrorist creates a dangerous sense of helplessness that racial profiling helped alleviate.
Sen’s business empire, about which he offers yet more graphic details in his mail, comes across as one colossal mess.
A 17-year-old girl has exposed the scale of Islamic sex tourism in India where Muslim men from the Middle East and Africa are buying 'one month wives' for sex.
this ability of male superstars to get almost anything that they don’t like changed is limited to “reel life” and not “real life”. Not unless if you are Sanjay Dutt.
Airport security say they found loose white pills and a packet of cocaine in his jacket and a clear baggie hidden inside his pants that contained heroin, ketamine and marijuana.
Indian-American hotelier Vikram Chatwal, arrested earlier this week at a Florida airport for allegedly carrying drugs, has been released on bond.
After disabling the assailant, the undergarment has been designed to automatically send a text message to police or family members containing the GPS location of the attempted crime.
An Indian-born fashion designer already serving 59 years to life in California for molesting would-be models was sentenced in New York on Tuesday to five years in a similar case.
An Indian-American along with two others from Alabama have been sentenced for their roles in an identity theft and tax fraud scheme
Extradition is a very important tool in tackling international crime and hopefully, this judgment will usher in a new hope for India and ensure we get a large number of fugitives hiding in different parts of the world.
A former student has sued Bikram Choudhury, the millionaire founder of a wildly popular yoga franchise, accusing him of sexual harassment, discrimination and defamation.
The Shiv Sena today opposed the move to pardon Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt stating that it would send a wrong message to the society.
If sentenced, he will serve a few years in jail and come back almost forgotten. In the trial of an actor’s life, that may well be the ultimate punishment.
Choudhury claims to have taught yoga to presidents Nixon, Reagan and Clinton.
The Supreme Court judges have shown that they are not blind and that they can see things as they are.
Supreme court says that on the gravity of the crime Sanjay Dutt will not get a probation as he had asked for.
Rome conveyed to New Delhi that marine Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone would not go back to India in view of the “formal international controversy” between the two countries.
Ram Singh, the main accused in the sensational Vasant Vihar gang rape of a young physiotherapy student in a running bus, was found hanging in his prison cell inside the high security Tihar Central Jail.
We are yet to build the capacity to adequately combat poaching; the administration is mostly in denial; and the powers that be have strong incentive to back wildlife trade.
Police in India's Punjab state say they have seized 26kg (57lbs) of heroin and arrested two men, including a Canada-based Indian, media reports say.
An Indian American company based in Texas has been indicted by federal authorities on charges of fraud in the H-1B visa category and using it to create a low-cost workforce in the US.
German sportswear giant Adidas today said its balance sheet for 2011 is negatively impacted by euro 153 million (over Rs 1,090 crore) due to ‘commercial irregularities’ at its arm Reebok India Co.
Whether cutting suits or paying taxes, Mohanbhai Ramchandani, of Mohan's Custom Tailors, displayed a knack for making all sorts of figures fit.
When the application of a death sentence so depends on the discretion of a judge and a president, the punishment is not just inhuman, it is intolerable.
The case, which begins on Tuesday, has created a stir here as it is likely to offer a rare glimpse into the workings of one of Britain's largest business empire.
Focused on getting justice for his friend, who succumbed to her injuries, he feels betrayed by the system all over again.
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd. (TCS.NS), India's top software services provider, said it agreed to pay $29.75 million to settle a class-action law suit in the United States, brought by two former non-U.S.-citizen employees.
A total of 52 Indians living outside the country were killed while another 50 committed suicide during 2012 in foreign lands.
Gupta, 64, is appealing his June 15, 2012 conviction and two-year prison term for feeding confidential information he had learned at Goldman board meetings to Raj Rajaratnam.
Terrorists have struck once again with impunity – this time in Hyderabad, with two high-intensity blasts on 22 February.