Sahara Group

  • SC cracks the whip on Sahara, Subrata Roy faces arrest 26-02-2014 11:58 PM

    In a blow to the Sahara group, the Supreme Court on Wednesday issued a non-ballable warrant against its chief Subrata Roy chief after he failed to appear in the court. On Tuesday the apex court had rejected his plea seeking exemption from personal appearance in a contempt case. ...
  • SEBI asks for Subrata Roy's detention: Is the Sahara Group a case of corporate fraud? 15-03-2013 11:30 PM

    Two companies of the Sahara Group had defied the Supreme Court's order to refund Rs 24,000 crore to subscribers. ...
  • SEBI moves SC seeking detention of Sahara chief Subrata Roy 15-03-2013 11:25 PM

    Two companies of the Sahara Group had defied the Supreme Court's order to refund Rs 24,000 crore to subscribers. ...
  • Is Sahara-BCCI truce good for Indian cricket? 16-02-2012 11:39 PM

    The two parties have resolved their differences with Sahara Group set to remain involved with Team India and the Pune IPL team. ...
  • Pleased with the final outcome: Murali Kartik 16-02-2012 09:03 PM

    Kartik, who played for the Pune Warriors in IPL-4, says the truce between the BCCI and Sahara Group is a good news for the players. ...
  • Sahara issue amicably resolved, says BCCI 16-02-2012 08:52 PM

    BCCI vice-president and IPL Chief Rajiv Shukla expressed his satisfaction as the confrontation between the Board and Sahara Group ended. ...
  • Sahara accuses BCCI of unfair treatment 07-02-2012 01:41 PM

    Sahara chief Subrata Roy is, however, still hopeful of an amicable solution after snapping all ties with the BCCI. ...
  • National wipes: Big news from across India 26-06-2008 02:03 AM

    London: England pace bowler James Anderson signed a new two-year contract with Lancashire on Thursday despite his English county's relegation to the Second Division. Anderson, who made his Lancashire debut in 2002, has played only a limited role for Lancashire in recent years after becoming a key member of England's...
  • National wipes: Big news from across India 25-06-2008 12:45 AM

    Manchester: England captain Stuart Broad admits there is no point in demanding his players take part in extra practice sessions after their crushing Twenty20 defeat against South Africa. Broad's side were beaten by seven wickets in Durham on Saturday and have litle time to recover before facing the South Africans...