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New Delhi, February 12, 2020
The 50-year-old British national is a key accused in the match-fixing scandal involving former South African cricket captain Hansie Cronje in 2000

October 23, 2019
Ganguly will need to demit office by the end of July next year as per the provisions of new constitution, and go for a mandatory cooling off period

October 22, 2019

February 28, 2019

BT Online
New Delhi, March 15, 2017
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has taken a cue from BSP supremo and expressed reservations about electronic voting machines and sought the use of ballot papers in the upcoming civic polls.

By Madhav Raghavan
Delhi, June 21, 2016
From oil and gas blocks to coal blocks to spectrum bandwidth, auctions have become the preferred mode of sale to both ensure transparency and generate substantial revenue.

Swapnil Kamat
February 9, 2015
In a company where a culture of accountability and ownership flourishes, employees are personally committed to achieving results.

Ajita Shashidhar
May 30, 2013
The man who launched the Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament in 2008 and made it a stupendous success, in an interview says he is angry to see the game crumbling like this.
January 7, 2013
Ever since India-born Rakesh Kapoor took over as CEO of the UK-headquartered Reckitt Benckiser Plc in August 2011, the company - behind brands such as Dettol, Disprin and Cherry Blossom - has been restructuring itself to tap more aggressively into opportunities in emerging markets. Kapoor recently spent 10 days in Delhi during which he spoke with Shamni Pande.
March 28, 2012
Betting on matches is widespread in cricket-playing countries, perfectly legal in some, illegal in others like India. Match fixing arises when bookies induce players to perform in a particular way.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, August 12, 2011
Ruling out any privatisation of the state-owned carrier, the government promises administrative and monetary steps to turn it around. It also assures of a action against officers responsible for the losses.