No, not a continuation of the Harbhajan issue.
There have been great tests played which have been close results, but they often aren't really upsets.
As an example, the West Indies in 1993 beat Australia in Adelaide by 1 run, but it wasn't an upset - the Windies were still regarded then as world champions and they were well and truly in a position to win (it was really an extrardinary performance by the last wicket or two that got Australia so close).
So, what are the great upsets in test cricket? Matches where either:
1. a team were such rank outsiders that their winning against opponents thought much better than them was considered out of the blue; or
2. a team was so down and out in an individual match that their comeback to win was amazing.