11 Feb 2016
Geneva: Nestle has terminated a sponsorship program with world athletics' governing body (IAAF) over fears that the corruption and doping scandals surrounding the sport could damage the company's reputation, a spokeswoman said.
11 Feb 2016
Berlin: Embattled German auto giant Volkswagen is having to recall 680,000 cars in the United States owing to possible faulty airbags supplied by Japanese maker Takata, a company spokesman said today.
03 Feb 2016
Greater Noida: German auto major Volkswagen today apologised for the emission scandal in India and reiterated that its cars follow the country's norms and the recall of three lakh vehicles is a voluntary step taken it.
21 Jan 2016
Albuquerque: New Mexico has become the first US state to sue Volkswagen and other German automakers over an emissions cheating scandal that involves millions of cars worldwide.
28 Jan 2016
Berlin: German authorities yesterday gave green light to a plan by scandal-hit Volkswagen to recall thousands of vehicles fitted with devices designed to cheat pollution tests. The Federal Transport Authority said Volkswagen can 'now start recalling and refitting' 2.0-litre Amarok models hit by the scandal.
15 Jan 2016
Colombo: Sri Lankan players Kusal Perera and Rangana Herath have been questioned by the Financial Crime Investigation Division (FCID) over an alleged match-fixing scandal, a police source said.
18 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Haryana off-spinner Ajit Chandila was slapped with a life ban for his involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal, while Mumbai batsman Hiken Shah was handed a five-year suspension for making a corrupt approach to a fellow player as the BCCI disciplinary committee sealed their fate after a meeting here today.
20 Jan 2016
Seoul: South Korea said yesterday that it was filing a criminal complaint against the head of Volkswagen AG's Korean office, saying that the plan it submitted for recalling emissions-cheating vehicles was legally deficient.
18 Dec 2015
Strasbourg (France): European lawmakers approved yesterday a wide-ranging probe into the Volkswagen emissions scandal and allegations that EU regulators turned a blind eye to suspicious pollution testing of diesel cars.
16 Dec 2015
New York: Two prominent Latin American football officials pleaded not guilty in a New York court over their alleged roles in the corruption scandal engulfing the game's graft-mired world governing body FIFA.