Kalgi also said that at least 15 to 20 matches in the current IPL season were fixed and that even Bollywood is involved.
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.
The Special Cell of the Delhi Police arrested Sreesanth and the other two cricketers last night from Mumbai for their alleged role in spot-fixing and
Umpiring legend Harold 'Dickie' Bird is someone who believes respect cannot be bought, but earned.
With deep pockets and extensive contacts, Ranadive plans to promote the N.B.A. heavily in his native India and to Indians living in the United States.
A stand-off between the government and an 81-year-old archery administrator is threatening to pierce India's hopes of a swift return to the ranks of the International Olympic Committee.
The NCB calendar has Vijender's action photograph and his message against drug abuse: "Drug abuse is a major challenge to the well being of our society and nation. Just say NO."
The announcement of the winners and the presentation of prizes will take place in Kuala Lumpur on May 18 following the BWF Annual General Meeting.
Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh says he wrote about having cancer to share his "grief so someone else can feel they are not alone when the chips are down".
It is no secret that motorsport runs on money, and a lot of it is needed. Being talented is just one small part.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday surpassed Sachin Tendulkar's record of highest individual Test score by an Indian captain
If Indian tennis really wants its players to achieve something it needs to be inclusive, not exclusive.
The event in India has faced criticism over scheduling, promotion and spectator facilities, in comparison to the 2009 tournament in Australia.
The scariest thing about the Oprah interview with Armstrong was the man himself. At times, it seemed scripted – like the Tour de France in the doping years if you will – Oprah’s solid beginning, Armstrong’s resistance but with a slight change, there was no comeback.
Twenty-three years, one month, and eight days from his debut, the five-feet-five-inch cricketing genius has called time on a glittering one-day career.
Sports became the unfortunate loser in this battle for power, the fight to control the country's top sports body, the Indian Olympic Association.
The IOC suspended India's national Olympic committee on Tuesday because of government interference in its election process, two officials with knowledge of the decision said.
A tainted official was left as the only candidate in a controversial election for the post of secretary-general of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) which is likely to earn the Asian nation an Olympic ban.
It surprises many people that despite its cricketing success, a country of 1.2 billion can fail to win a single gold medal at the London Olympics, or that its national football team is ranked only 169th in the world.
How the Grand Prix came to India
Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar has been awarded the Order of Australia, one of the country's highest honours.
The Indian Grand Prix, running for the second year this weekend near New Delhi, was a Formula One race that once seemed unlikely to ever happen. But when it did, it wowed the world.
The mughal-themed reception in Delhi is expected to draw in India’s top politicos, including President Pranab Mukherjee say sources
By the time Deccan Chargers found a plug point in Kamla Landmarc, a Mumbai-based realty firm, it was too late. The BCCI which had set the deadline of 5 pm on Friday to pay 100 crore rupees as bank guarantee, decided to pull the plug.
Admittedly, there are issues beyond the captain. India's bowling is a rag-tag combination at best; a nightmare in mediocrity at worst.
Indian tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi has criticised his country's tennis association for imposing a two-year ban on him and Rohan Bopanna.
Just 63 runs from three innings against an ordinary Kiwi side has not only Sachin Tendulkar's army of fans worried but also managers of the 17-odd brands he endorses.
On Saturday, Yuvraj will play his first international match after being diagnosed with cancer. And this journey was not an easy one. This was one test that took a lot out of him.
The ‘b’ word is clean in the sense that it can’t be confused with anything racist. Its use on the cricket field by those who do not speak Hindi/Urdu only suggests the growth of India’s soft power.
Iron man Manohar Aich, who turned 100, says a little discipline in life and treading the path of honesty will help one live long.
Lance Armstrong has thrown in the towel with all the abhimaan of a martyr. He has announced that he will not fight the USADA on doping charges
Players of Chinese ancestry obviously include those representing China and Chinese Taipei, and it is perhaps not so surprising that a majority of those from Hong Kong and Singapore also were born in China.
Poonia, 35, became the first woman from India to advance to the finals in discus, an event that has been in the Olympics since 1928, but has not had strong representation from the huge country.
The London 2012 Olympics appears to be deterring tourists from the capital's centre after warnings of travel chaos and overpriced hotel rooms, according to key industry figures.
With her bronze medal in Badminton, Saina Nehwal is now only the second woman from India to win a medal in a individual event at the Olympics. Sania's opponent was the world number 2 Wang Xin.
With its half-empty restaurants and calm streets central London looks more like a ghost town than an Olympic city, and recession-hit traders are still waiting for the promised gold rush of tourists.
To understand the difference between the two nations look at their respective reactions to the problems surrounding the 2010 Commonwealth Games, hosted by India, and this summer's Olympic Games in London.
There was an honorable reason why many Indians followed the string of mishaps at the London Olympics with glee. Such things usually happen only at home.
Amid loud cheers from hundreds of his fans, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Thusday carried the Olympic torch at Southwark here, a day before the opening ceremony of the sporting spectacle.
Olympic organisers have apologised to North Korean athletes whose images were shown next to the South Korean flag.