New Delhi, July 16 ((Crime News):) The CBI has said former defence minister A.K. Antony, a witness in the Tatra truck case, admitted that former army chief Gen. V.K. Singh informed him of the bribe offer by
...al deaths has shown an increasing trend during the period 2003-2012 with an increase of 51.8 percent in the year 2012 as compared to 2002,” the bureau said in its report “Accidental Deaths and Suicides in India
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.
...n the rise in the state in the last three years. The number of kidnappings 3,785 in 2011, increased to 3,812 in 2012 and 4,831 in 2013. The state has already recorded 3,261 abductions till
...year-old final year MBBS student has been arrested in connection with a scam related to medical college entrance examinations in Madhya Pradesh, police said Thursday. Santosh Chaurasia, who has a bounty of Rs.15,000 on his
...em the vice principal of a school, were arrested for attempting to leak the question paper of a graduation-level examination conducted by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for the post of trainees, police said Sunday.
...device concealed in a seemingly innocuous wig. The mass of fake curly hair was worn by Mohd. Saif – the examinee – for two consecutive days of the examination schedule. However, his luck ran
Key data on road accidents in India (To go with: One person dies on Indian roads every three minutes)
...than one death every 3 minutes – Incidence of accidental deaths rose 51.8 percent between 2003 and 2012 – India’s population grew 13.6 percent from 2003 to 2012, but rate of accidental deaths rose 34.2 percent –
New Delhi, Aug 20 (Crime News): The Delhi High Court Wednesday called for all records of the CBI and the Income Tax department in a case of alleged corruption and money laundering against Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister
Hyderabad, Oct 10 (Crime News) A woman software engineer has gone missing after leaving for office and special teams have been formed to trace her, police said Friday. Bhavya Sri Charitha, an employee of Open