CANNES, FRANCE Jewelry worth $1.4 million was stolen from a hotel in a predawn heist Friday during the Cannes Film Festival, officials said. The robbery took place in the hotel room of an American employee of Swiss bijoutier Chopard as she was out ... Japan Times, 8 hours ago
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The general body meeting rocked with direct tapping case exposed by TOI a few days ago based on the complaint by consultant DRA consultancy services. Mayor Anil Sole ordered inquiry into the case and also into other direct tapping done on main pipelines in ...Times of India, 3 hours ago
In a response to the spot-fixing scandal that has rocked the IPL, the ECB may interview any player under its jurisdiction who has had links to the Rajasthan Royals.Zee News, 17 hours ago Gujarat bowler's links prove crucial Deccan Herald, 1 day ago Spot-fixing: Police say former Rajasthan Royals player Amit Singh, who was arrested yesterday, was 'talent-spotter' for bookies NDTV, 1 day ago Sunrisers unperturbed, focused on game ahead Times of India, 1 day ago
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City Hall was rocked Friday by claims of a video allegedly showing Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.Sun News, 23 hours ago Spot fixing: Sreesanth claims innocence, alleges frame up Zee News, 2 days ago Sreesanth claims innocence, alleges frame up Star News, 1 day ago Sreesanth claims innocence alleges frame up in spotfixing row Hindustan Times, 2 days ago
Gujarat's Ranji Trophy pacer Amit Singh was nabbed by the police in the spot-fixing scandal that rocked the Indian Premier League. Singh had made his IPL debut in 2009 under Shane Warne's captaincy NDTVCricket| Last updated on Friday, 17 May 2013 13:52 ...NDTV, 1 day ago Bookies used Rajasthan Royals' pacer Amit Singh to fix deals, say cops NDTV, 1 day ago
NEW DELHI, May 16: Indian police said on Thursday they had arrested three cricketers, including ex-Test pace bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, after they allegedly accepted tens of thousands of dollars for spot-fixing. Eleven bookmakers were also ...DAWN Group, 1 day ago Spot-fixing rocks India as Pakistan takes precautions ahead of Champions Trophy NDTV, 2 days ago
Even as the cricketing world has been rocked by IPL spot-fixing scandal with the arrests of Sreesanth and two others, Police here today took into custody four cricket bookies following raids at various places. Police sources said the raids were conducted in ...News Chennai Online, 1 day ago Three more held for cricket betting Times of India, 1 day ago Mumbai police show mobile phones, iPad, laptop found during IPL spot-fixing raid DNA, 10 hours ago Spot-fixing scandal rocks IPL Sydney Morning Herald, 2 days ago
Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Flemings has said the spot-fixing scandal that rocked the IPL could lead to strange happenings on the field and added a sinister approach to the game. He said the scandal, which allegedly involved India pacer Sreesanth and ...The Telegraph, 1 day ago Spot-fixing scandal adds sinister approach in game: Fleming Deccan Herald, 1 day ago
The spot-fix scandal that rocked the ongoing Indian Premier League following the arrest of pacer S Sreesanth and two other Rajasthan Royals players has come as "a bolt from the blue", BCCI president N Srinivasan said on Thursday, assuring strictest possible ...Deccan Herald, 2 days ago IPL spot-fixing: It was a bolt from the blue, says BCCI chief IndiaTV News, 2 days ago Guilty Will be Punished But IPL Won't Stop: Srinivasan Outlook, 2 days ago
Protests rocked Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir today against the state government's failure to help quake-victims, with protesters blocking the Jammu-Doda-Kishtwar highway.Outlook, 3 days ago Protests rock Doda over failure of govt help to quake victims Business Standard, 3 days ago Protests in J&K over failure to help quake victims Zee News, 3 days ago
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