Bishan Singh Bedi, no stranger to battles with cricket administration, was delighted at the Supreme Court's acceptance of the Lodha Committee recommendations to clean up Indian cricket
Former Indian team captain Bishan Singh Bedi and ex-cricketer Kirti Azad yesterday batted in the Supreme Court for implementation of Justice RM Lodha committee recommendation on structural reforms in BCCI
With Hollywood film 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' releasing this month, actor Karan Singh Grover wishes to portray Superman's role in an Indian version of the film if it ever gets made
Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's stand that Gurunath Meiyappan was a "mere cricket enthusiast" supporting Chennai Super Kings has been contradicted by the Justice Mudgal IPL probe committee report
Indian-American Anita M Singh, who previously worked at the White House on cyber-related issues, has been appointed the Chief of Staff and Counselor in the National Security Division of the US Justice Department
US based rights group "Sikhs for Justice" has challenged US government's suggestion to a Washington court to grant immunity to former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh in a human rights violation case
Harish Salve, senior counsel of Cricket Association of Bihar accuses Indian skipper of colluding with N. Srinivasan and shielding his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan in front of Justice Mudgal
Sources within aviation ministry react to Justice Dharmadhikari's report that mentions five years after Air India and Indian Airlines were merged into a single entity, both airlines continue to function separately with few steps being taken to form a single unit
The Indian cricket board is planning to take legal advice from Attorney General Goolam Vahanvati and former chief justice of India A S Anand on the controversial 'whereabouts' clause of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code.
Sumant Batra's The Indians launched
Former Army colonel Balwant Singh Barari can finally hope for justice. Court-martialled for having alleged links with the Assam drug mafia, exposed after a truck laden with Marijuana was caught
Justice Kamaljit Singh Garewal of India has been elected to the UN Appeals Tribunal (UNAT) for a seven-year-term beginning July 1 next, getting highest number of 154 of the 172 votes cast in the 192-member General Assembly.