...anti-snatching cell (Crime Branch) of Delhi Police arrested Somnath Gupta, Tarun and Ashutosh from near a school in west Delhi where they had gathered for the deal to leak papers of the ONGC examination that was scheduled
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.
...they have illegally printed the papers for two years. During the period, they have produced 78 million pieces of paper with a market value of 200 million yuan (about $32 million). andmarathi newspaper navakal today news
...cent 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
...k at the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales. Coulson was found guilty of conspiring to intercept voicemails at the now-defunct Sunday tabloid following an eight-month trial. He was one of four
...ing her berries. Upon reaching home, he prompted his son Jumman Khan, a minor, to rape her and then followed him in raping the child. Finding that her condition was deteriorating, Kalu Khan killed her.
...enile Justice Board. The body of the girl was found when her grandfather saw Khan’s son burying something in a pit in his courtyard. When the son failed to give any satisfactory answer on what
...entative. Last Saturday, after performing his military service for the day, Lim threw a grenade and opened fire with his rifle at other soldiers, killing five of them and injuring seven others in an army barrack
...was apparently between two militants nicknamed “Major” and “Greek” immediately upon the inspection of the crash site. “It’s 100 percent a passenger aircraft,” Major is recorded as saying, as he admitted to seeing no weapons on
...the SBU was apparently between militants nicknamed “Major” and “Greek” immediately upon inspection of the crash site. “It’s 100 percent a passenger aircraft,” Major is recorded as saying, as he admitted to seeing no weapons on