Press Trust of India | Tuesday May 21, 2013, London
Mahatma Gandhi's last will and testament is expected to be the most sought after lot as part of an auction of rare items and documents being held in a small English town on Tuesday.
Actor Vindoo Dara Singh, son of wrestler Dara Singh, has been sent police custody till May 24 by a court in Mumbai. He was arrested by the Mumbai Police for his alleged links with bookies accused of spot-fixing in the IPL's on-going edition.
The Supreme Court has dismissed a petition seeking a stay on the remaining four matches of the Indian Premier League, plagued by the spot-fixing scandal, but has asked India's cricket board to ensure that "cricket should remain a gentleman's game."
Former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala was today granted interim bail for six weeks by the Delhi High Court for undergoing pacemaker implant surgery at a hospital in Delhi.
Narendra Modi is attending a meeting of the Bharatiya Janata Party's parliamentary board, a team of 12 top leaders who make the big decisions in the party. He is its newest member.
Under attack from the opposition over corruption and lack of governance, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will present the fourth and last report card of the UPA-II government tomorrow, sources said on Tuesday.
The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India, Vinod Rai, who retires tomorrow, dismissed charges that he was behind the leak of controversial audit reports on 2G spectrum and coal block allocations.
Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday May 21, 2013, Wellington
Four men of Indian origin have been accused by a woman of raping her in turns in April 2011. She gave evidence in a court in New Zealand against the accused.
S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, the three suspended Rajasthan Royals players who are accused of alleged spot-fixing in the IPL's on-going edition, will be produced in a court in Delhi today along with the 11 other people who were arrested with them on Thursday. The Delhi Police will seek their further custody.
Four days after the court acquitted former RJD MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav on charges of killing CPI-M leader Ajit Sarkar, he was formally released from jail here Tuesday, police officials said.