...erspective, 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 Affairs,
...ection 12 of the Prevention of Corruption Act. On the basis of Gen. V.K. Singh’s complaint, a preliminary inquiry was registered April 11, 2012. The agency had also carried out raids at seven locations in
London, July 9 ((Crime News):) An inquest into the mysterious death of an eight-year-old British Indian girl has found it to be a case of “open conclusion”, a media report said Wednesday. Gurkiren Loyal, a
...to dupe people by posing as an army officer. He was born in Bihar and his father retired as a Colonel from the army and presently runs a coaching centre in Amritsar. After his studies,
Key data on road accidents in India (To go with: One person dies on Indian roads every three minutes)
...in past decade – 381 deaths and 1,287 injuries every day due to specific road accidents – 80 deaths and 14 injuries every day due to road-rail accidents – 73 deaths every day due to truck accidents
New Delhi, July 15 ((Crime News):) The CBI Tuesday filed a chargesheet against retired army officer Lt. Gen. Tejinder Singh for alleged irregularities in the import of heavy-duty Tatra trucks for the Indian Army. The
Dubai, July 18 ((Crime News):) At least 37 Indian nationals committed suicide in six of the seven emirates of the UAE in the first half of 2014, latest figures from the Indian consulate in Dubai show.
Islamabad, July 2 ((Crime News):) A Pakistan court has issued notice to the defence and interior ministries demanding an explanation on the disappearance of an Indian national from Kohat district in 2012, a media report said Wednesday.
Manama, July 10 ((Crime News):) An Indian man has been jailed for a year in Bahrain for stabbing his compatriot in a row over laundry, a media report said Thursday. The unidentified Indian, 34, stabbed
...arnath. Most of the roads that were washed away in the disaster are far from being relaid and whatever work the Indian Army’s Central Command did in the aftermath of the floods has not been completed