...ok place at Italy’s request, Modi emphasised that “a fair and early resolution” of the marines issue was in mutual interest of the two countries, an Indian government statement said Monday.
...n perspective, almost 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
...eople were injured when a youth opened fire over an altercation at a Uttar Pradesh bank where the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana to open bank accounts was being launched, police said Friday. The incident
...RTI query also showed that the number of missing children has increased in the past year from 14 cases a day in 2012 to 18 now. In some police districts the number has shot up quite
...ing that the jail authorities have not been bothered to bring the incident to the notice of this court and it is only that when the accused has been produced before this court today (Wednesday) that this
...st three years. “There were 11,503 cases of crime against women in 2011. The figures went up to 13,544 in 2012 and 17,449 in 2013. The state has already witnessed 12,164 cases of crime against women
...ompetent to decide. After hearing the arguments, CMM Khanagwal referred the case to the district judge, who was on leave Tuesday, to decide on the issue of jurisdiction for hearing bail plea and giving remand.
New Delhi, July 25 ((Crime News):) India not only has the dubious distinction of having one of the worst road accident records in the world, but that these are taking more and more young lives, particularly of
...Dec 23, 2011. Patel was arrested and charged with the second degree murder of her daughter, Trishna Shankar in Jan 2012. Patel was later interrogated by police and admitted to suffocating her baby to death
Srinagar, June 7 ((Cnews)) A nurse who filed a molestation complaint against four senior officials of the Jammu and Kashmir health department Saturday alleged that police asked her to enter into a compromise with the accused.