After CBI, ED files money laundering case against Rolls Royce for allegedly paying agent to win contracts from PSUs
Rolls Royce and its Indian subsidiary, Ashok Patni and his company Aashmore Pvt Ltd, Mumbai-based Turbotech Energy Services International Pvt Ltd, besides unidentified officials of the PSUs HAL, ONGC and GAIL were booked by the CBI for criminal conspiracy and bribery
Winter Olympics 2026 candidates Stockholm, Milan have 'fully embraced' cost-cutting reforms, says IOC
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi went down as the most expensive in history, costing an estimated 50 billion dollars (45m euros)
International Olympic Committee awaits UN decision on shipment of sporting equipment headed to North Korea
The International Olympic Committee is awaiting an exemption on the strict sanctions imposed upon North Korea, which they have asked the UN Security Council to grant for the transportation of sporting equipment.
IOC lifts ban on Russia after Winter Olympics 2018 even as country's anti-doping agency remains suspended
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has lifted a ban against Russia, Moscow officials said Wednesday, after the country was barred from the Pyeongchang games over state-sponsored doping.
With athletes in the peak of their physical prowess living in close proximity, it comes across as no surprise that the Olympics Village at Pyeongchang has become a hotbed for sexual activity.
Winter Olympics 2018: South Korea's 'Garlic Girls' take nation by storm after impressing at curling event
They're dubbed the "Garlic Girls" but go by the names Pancake, Yogurt, Steak, Cookie and Sunny — meet South Korea's curlers who are whipping up a recipe for success at the Olympics and have emerged medal contenders at the Pyeongchang.