The defence lawyer in the 2002 hit- and-run case involving Salman Khan today alleged that Mumbai police "tampered with" the Bollywood actor's blood samples to establish he was drunk so as to frame him in a false case.
Former India batsman Vinod Kambli on Wednesday apologised for unruly tweets about Indian Premier League's 'extraaa innings' Gaurav Kapoor and in-house cricket experts Navjot Singh Siddhu and Shoaib Akhtar.
Reacting to the fresh Indian Premier League (IPL) controversy regarding a reported attempt to fix matches, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Jagmohan Dalmiya has promised to take proper action and praised the whistleblower player, according to reports.
Popular Assamese singer Zubeen Garg was once again embroiled in controversy here -- this time by wielding a 'gun' during a musical performance, threatening the audience not to leave otherwise he would shoot them.
The Paralympic Committee of India on Saturday suspended four office bearers and one official of PCI to ensure a fair probe into allegations of misappropriation of funds, the move coming in the wake of controversy created due to gross mismanagement at 15th National Para-Athletics Championships.
Wading into the controversy over umpiring decisions in Bangladesh's World Cup quarterfinal loss to India, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said everyone has seen how the Mashrafe Mortaza-led side was "made to lose".
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin was involved in a controversy on Friday when he knocked off Pakistani Umar Akmal's bails in the 26th over of their innings and appealed for the batsman's dismissal in the cricket World Cup quarter-final here.
The controversy surrounding Virat Kohli's abusive behaviour with an Indian journalist refused to subside on Wednesday despite the team management's efforts to play it down with complaints being made to the ICC and BCCI about the episode.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard accused team mate Mario Balotelli of showing disrespect after the Italian found himself at the centre of controversy despite scoring a winning penalty against Besiktas on Thursday.
The team of All India Bakchod (AIB) -- a group of standup comedians under attack by the Maharashtra government for its controversial video featuring offensive language used by Bollywood personalities in it -- has broken its silence over the issue, and said "they're just jokes".
Former captain Rashid Latif has sparked off a new controversy in Pakistan cricket by suggesting that flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi must not retire from one-day internationals after the World Cup.