...anti-snatching cell (Crime Branch) of Delhi Police arrested Somnath Gupta, Tarun and Ashutosh from near a school in west Delhi where they had gathered for the deal to leak papers of the ONGC examination that was scheduled
New Delhi, June 29 ((Cnews)) A chief vigilance inspector of south western railway and 14 other people were arrested in Bangalore for leaking the question papers for a recruitment exam for the railways, the CBI said Sunday.
...inister P. Narayana over phone and directed them to extend all possible help to the parents of the victims. The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) chief also appealed to the central government to speed up search operations
...nsure Indian roads become safer. I’ve written to him too.” Munde is among the several known people, including political leaders, who have died on Indian roads. The list includes former president Zail Singh, former central
...cyber attacks. He underlined the need to have more cyber security professionals. The minister pointed out that India has only 22,000 such professionals against the requirement of 77,000. He said China has 25 million cyber
...ild here sparked outrage across the country Wednesday. The clippings broadcast by television channels from the incident at Lake Town in northeastern Kolkata showed the child falling to the ground as the woman teacher forcefully
...Tehreek (PAT) political party who had attempted to resist police demolition of security barriers erected by PAT in front of its headquarters in the Lahore residential area of Model Town. The media reported that at
...s)) The Delhi High Court Monday reserved its order on the parole plea of Manu Sharma, who is serving a life term in the Jessica Lal murder case, so that he could appear for post-graduation examinations in
...re scheduled to commence from June 19 and to end on June 24. He has been pursuing his post-graduate examination in human rights. Sharma, 36, shot dead the 34-year-old ramp model working as a celebrity
Agartala, July 15 ((Crime News):) Barring a few incidents of clashes, the three-tier gram panchayat elections in Left-ruled Tripura are being held peacefully Tuesday. “Except for some stray incidents, voting has been peaceful so far.