Washington, Aug 13 (Crime News): Three days of protests, rioting and looting in a small US town sparked by the police killing of an unarmed black teenager has put the spotlight on the persistent racial divide in
New Delhi, Oct 24 (Crime News) This Diwali went off safely, thanks to Delhi’s firefighters who ensured no incident turned into a conflagration by keeping alert right through the festival night. In this crowded city of over
...he robbed homes in south Delhi government colonies and indulged in arson in 2010, he was a juvenile aged around 16-17 and was known to police as the “fire gang leader”. An official at the
...ot cover the police response to the nightly protests in Ferguson that followed Brown’s death, the New York Times reported. Law enforcement officers, many clad in body armour and riding military-style trucks, descended on Ferguson from
Bangalore, Aug 28 (Crime News): The son of Railway Minister D.V. Sadananda Gowda has been booked for rape and cheating following a complaint by Kannada film actor Maithreyi, police said Thursday. The Gowdas denied the charges, even
...iosity among the people and lack of awareness. “We have given advertisements in several Hindi and English newspapers as well as on nine FM channels… the on-air advertisements will continue till Aug 12,” said Pillai.
...olice station throughout the day,” circle inspector S. Raghupathy of R.T. Nagar police station told (Crime News):. Police directed Maithreyi to go for a medical test at the Ambedkar Medical College for Venereal Disease Research Lab
...ews)) Three people, among them 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,
London, July 4 ((Crime News):) Andy Coulson, ex-editor of the now defunct News of the World (NoW) newspaper, was sentenced to 18 months in jail Friday for conspiracy to hack phones, BBC reported. The 46-year-old,
...ent defamation notice seeking Rs.100 crore (Rs.one billion) in damages from the editor and reporter of a English news magazine for alleging that he sought help of a ‘tantrik’ to solve the murder of rationalist Narendra Dabholkar.