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Sunday, August 31, 2014 - 4:14 AM

Three held for ONGC exam paper leak bid

Three held for ONGC exam paper leak bid

...of his acquaintances. Tarun then approached Gupta. The deal was fixed for Rs.50,000 in advance for arranging the question paper,” said the official. The ONGC had organised the examination for 842 posts of Class I executives.

Railway officials arrested for leaking exam question papers

Railway officials arrested for leaking exam question papers

...hief 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. The inspector and the

One person dies on Indian roads every three minutes

One person dies on Indian roads every three minutes

...half the equivalent population of some countries like Iceland or the Maldives is wiped out on Indian roads every year. As per the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), under the Ministry of Home Affairs, as many

Crime going up in Assam, says minister

Crime going up in Assam, says minister

...instances of rapes, kidnappings, crime against women and militants’ attacks have all gone up in the recent years. The minister was replying on behalf of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi who oversees the state home department.

Poor business: Uttarakhand tourism still reeling from flood tragedy (A year after)

Poor business: Uttarakhand tourism still reeling from flood tragedy (A year after)

...going to Kedarnath either stay at Rudraprayag, Guptkashi or Gangotri, where the most havoc happened during last year’s flash floods. Kotwal feels that the sense of fear after what happened last year has resulted in a poor

Badaun rape: Victims of hollow official claims and ground realities

Badaun rape: Victims of hollow official claims and ground realities

...t rural households across the country do not have toilet facilities, according to a baseline survey conducted in 2012. In reply to questions raised in the Lok Sabha, in February this year, the government stated

Uttarakhand disaster: Lessons not learnt, pain lingers (A year after)

Uttarakhand disaster: Lessons not learnt, pain lingers (A year after)

...t the devout and it is not surprising that in the first 10 days of the Yatra, while 635,000 people had come last year, the number has barely touched 100,000 this year, an official said. The

Lowering juvenile age to curb offences doubtful prescription (Column: Legal Ease)

Lowering juvenile age to curb offences doubtful prescription (Column: Legal Ease)

Union Minister for Women and Child Development Menaka Gandhi’s suggestion to lower the lower the juvenile age from 18 years to 16 so that those accused of heinous crimes such as rape can be punished instead of

No mitigating factor in corruption: Court

No mitigating factor in corruption: Court

...nnot be grounds for seeking leniency in sentence in corruption cases. The court said this while awarding three years’ jail to a former income tax official in a 19-year-old graft case. Central Bureau of

‘Crimes against children: Time to break conspiracy of silence’

‘Crimes against children: Time to break conspiracy of silence’

...ge against such incidents has united members of various communities and organisations, besides raising pertinent questions on child safety. The incidents also highlight the rise in the cases of sexual abuse. According to the National Crimes Records