Chris Cairns enters not guilty plea
Chris Cairns enters not guilty plea

Former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns on Friday pleaded not guilty to a charge of perjury and to perverting the course of justice in a match-fixing libel action.

Indian-origin daughter jailed for 3 years over poison plot

An Indian-origin graphic designer acquitted by a UK court of trying to poison her mother in a Breaking Bad-inspired plot has been jailed for three years for acquiring deadly toxin abrin.

DMRC bribery case: Alstom Transport India ex-MD to face charge in UK

A former managing director of Alstom Transport India, the first person to face charges in connection with a bribery investigation into the UK subsidiary of the French train and turbine giant, will appear in court next month.

I`m `touchy-feely`, Rolf Harris tells UK sex assault trial

Australian entertainer Rolf Harris admitted being a "touchy-feely" person and said he was "sickened" by his affair with a teenage friend of his daughter, as he started giving evidence on Tuesday in his sexual assault trial in London.

Jury out in British PR guru`s sex assault trial

Jurors on Tuesday retired to consider their verdicts in the sex assault trial of Max Clifford, Britain`s top public relations guru.

PCB in dark on Amir`s "spot-fixing" confession in UK court

The PCB will seek details about reports that Mohammed Amir had submitted a written confession during a hearing at the Southwark Crown Court in London admitting to spot-fixing.