New Delhi, July 24 ((Crime News):) After cannabis and heroin, the misuse of pharmaceutical drugs is rising among subcontinental drug users because of their easy availability at cheap rates and this is a cause for concern, a
New Delhi, July 27 ((Crime News):) India has emerged as the top destination for human trafficking in South Asia, a top UN official has said. South Asia representative of the United Nations Office on
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
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New Delhi, July 3 ((Crime News):) Over 100,000 people commit suicides in India every year on an average. The number of suicides in the past decade has recorded an increase of 21.6 percent, said a government report.
New Delhi, June 23 ((Cnews)) The failure of India’s various road transport policies, lack of amendments in the motor vehicle act and negligence by various stakeholders in society are the reasons why India has the highest number
Key data on road accidents in India (To go with: One person dies on Indian roads every three minutes)
Key data on road accidents in India compiled by the National Crime Records Bureau: – Overall, 1.2 million perished on Indian roads in past decade – 381 deaths and 1,287 injuries every day due to specific road
...g to the National Crimes Records Bureau (NCRB), crimes against children went up by 52.5 percent in a year across India. A total of 58,224 cases were registered in 2013 compared to 38,172 cases in 2012.
...This year, to avoid any delay in commencement of the examination, the organisers decided to deliver the question papers in advance to respective centres. Consequently the question papers were delivered to examination centres in advance Saturday evening,”
...t. According to the judge, between 2003 and 2006, the right to privacy “counted for little” at the paper. Coulson, Miskiw, Thurlbeck and Weatherup were “distinguished journalists” who had no need to resort to