TV STING

  • HC to hear Khurshid's case against TV Today October 19, 2012

    New Delhi: Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid's wife Louise Khurshid's defamation suit against TV Today group will come up for hearing in Delhi High Court on Friday. Louise had accused the television network of maligning her family and sought damages worth Rs 1 crore. The TV Today group aired a...
  • Khurshid in new controversy; IAC says he is like 'mafia don' October 17, 2012

    New Delhi: Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid, accused of financial wrongdoing by Arvind Kejriwal, was on Wednesday embroiled in a new controversy over his alleged threats against the India Against Corruption (IAC) leader. The IAC said he was behaving "like a mafia don". Khurshid, who has been accused of financial...
  • UP govt colluding with Khurshid to save him: Kejriwal October 14, 2012

    New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday alleged that the Uttar Pradesh government was colluding with Salman Khurshid to bail the Law Minister out of the allegations of financial irregularities in an NGO run by him and his wife. Posing five questions to Khurshid, the activist claimed that the allegations were...
  • Will resign if charges are proved: Khurshid October 14, 2012

    New Delhi: Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid has called for an independent inquiry into allegations of forgery and misappropriation of funds against him and his family. While speaking to Karan Thapar on Devil's Advocate, Khurshid said that he's ready to resign if the channel (CNNIBN) wants him to right now....
  • IAC members protest as Khurshid arrives at Delhi Airport October 14, 2012

    New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwalled India Against Corruption (IAC) members on Sunday protested at the Delhi Airport as Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid arrived in the country after a sting operation by a news channel alleged that an NGO, owned by him and his wife, was involved in cases of financial...
  • Don't fear thirdrate people in our country: Khurshid October 14, 2012

    New Delhi: Blackmailers, rabblerousers, third rate people doing third rate things these are the words that Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid used to describe activistturnedpolitician Arvind Kejriwal and members of India Against Corruption (IAC), who have levelled charges of corruption against him and his wife, Louise. Khurshid, who was in...
  • Allegations baseless, Khurshid will respond: Louise October 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Louise Khurshid, the wife of Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid slammed anticorruption activist Arvind Kejriwal and the TV channel that conducted a sting on her NGO, the Zakir Hussain Memorial Trust, saying that the allegations against them were baseless and that the minister would himself respond on them. "We...
  • Khurshid's wife files defamation case against TV channel October 13, 2012

    New Delhi: Law Minister Salman Khurshid's wife Louise Khurshid on Friday filed a civil defamation case in the Delhi High Court against a television group for broadcasting a programme alleging that their NGO siphoned off lakhs of rupees meant for physically challenged people. Seeking damages of Rs 100 crore, the lawsuit...
  • SLC suspends three umpires caught in TV sting October 11, 2012

    Colombo: Sri Lanka Cricket's umpires committee has decided to suspend the three local umpires caught in a TV sting, which alleged that they were willing to fix Twenty20 matches. "We have decided to suspend them until the conclusion of the inquiry probing the allegations," ARM Aroos, the head of the SLC's...
  • ICC launches probe, but can 'fixing' be curbed? October 9, 2012

    London: The International Cricket Council has launched an "urgent investigation" following allegations by an Indian television station that several umpires were willing to fix matches for money. India TV on Monday broadcast footage of a sting operation - undertaken by undercover reporters in July, August and September - that purportedly...
  • ICC calls for 'urgent investigation' of sting October 9, 2012

    Rattled by India TV's sting operations on six umpires, the apex body has promised a swift action. ...
  • Umpires corrupt as well? This fixing rot runs deep October 9, 2012

    A sting operation done by the news channel 'India TV' has revealed that even the umpiring decisions are on sale....
  • Umpire Nadeem Ghauri refutes fixing allegations October 9, 2012

    New Delhi: On Monday, news channel India TV broadcast the sting operation they had carried out exposing umpires from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka agreeing to fix Twenty20 matches in return for financial benefits. However, according to a report published on Pakistani news website thenews.com.pk, Nadeem Ghauri, one of the...
  • IT gives clean chit to banned IPL players July 1, 2012

    New Delhi: The Income Tax department has given a clean chit to the five banned domestic cricketers, who were involved in the IPL spotfixing fiasco, from any financial misconduct or receiving kickbacks in order to fix matches. The department, which conducted an investigation into the financial transactions of the five...
  • Governing Council to hold review after IPL ends May 22, 2012

    Chandigarh: A senior member of the Indian Premier League Governing Council (GC) on Tuesday said that the GC will hold a review meeting to take stock of the IPL once it is over so that the offfield controversies that rocked the cashrich Twenty20 league do not happen in future. MP Pandove,...
  • Maken wants probe into black money in IPL May 17, 2012

    New Delhi: A day after seeking a proper probe into the spotfixing allegation that has rocked the IPL, sports minister Ajay Maken on Thursday said that he has asked the Enforcement Directorate and Income Tax Department to investigate if the players were paid through black money. Maken said he has asked...
  • We need more credibility, says Lalit Modi May 16, 2012

    Former IPL chief Lalit Modi insisted that there was no conflict of interest till he was there in the IPL. ...
  • Newsmaker of the day: Lalit Modi May 16, 2012

    Former IPL chief Lalit Modi insisted that there was no conflict of interest till he was there in the IPL. ...
  • IPL sting: Is it just the tip of the iceberg? May 15, 2012

    The BCCI on Tuesday provisionally suspended the five uncapped Indian players allegedly involved in illegal betting activities. ...
  • IPL sting: Is it just the tip of the iceberg? May 15, 2012

    The BCCI on Tuesday provisionally suspended the five uncapped Indian players allegedly involved in illegal betting activities. ...
  • 'Fixing' sting hurts IPL, BCCI worried May 15, 2012

    New Delhi: The spectre of fixing came back to haunt Indian cricket on Monday when a news channel aired a sting operation alleging illegal activity in the IPL, to which the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) responded with a strongly worded press release, saying those involved will...
  • Media sting lands Dutt in a soup March 18, 2007

    Mumbai: The Maharashtra Government has ordered a probe into the sting operation on Sanjay Dutt's lawyer Satish Maneshinde, in which the latter was caught on camera admitting that the TADA court may have given preferential treatment to the actor in the 1993 Mumbai blast case. The issue has snowballed into...