28 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Hitting back at Sonia Gandhi, BJP today asked the Congress president to use her "old relations" in Italy to find out why an Italian court mentioned her name in AgustaWestland corruption case and said more revelations are on the way.
28 Apr 2016
Washington: The 'Panama Papers' trove of leaked documents revealing the vast extent of global tax evasion will be made available to the public on May 9, the organisation behind the leak said yesterday.
07 Apr 2016
Vienna: The head of a Austrian regional bank became today the latest casualty of the Panama Papers scandal, announcing his resignation but denying any wrongdoing.
14 Apr 2016
Panama city: Panamanian authorities seized scores of digital files after a 27-hour raid on the offices of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the center of the "Panama Papers" leaks scandal, but have made no arrests, officials said on Wednesday.
08 Apr 2016
Mumbai: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has turned make-up inspiration for American actress Katie Lowes, who is better known by her character as Quinn Perkins in the political drama series 'Scandal'.
09 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Labeled as the 'clean sport', tennis was yesterday hit with its biggest controversy when star player Maria Sharapova failed a drug test during 2016 Australian Open.
10 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Donning the role of former Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin in upcoming biopic 'Azhar' was a challenge for Emraan Hashmi as the movie chronicles the former Indian skipper's take on match-fixing scandal.
31 Mar 2016
Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan said his existence was questioned when he and his family were accused in Bofors case and it took them 25 painful years to emerge out of the scandal despite their innocence.
26 Feb 2016
Zurich: FIFA members today elect a new president and pass reforms they hope will open an escape route from a storm of scandal symbolised by the downfall of veteran leader Sepp Blatter.
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.