Madhya Pradesh: Policeman on duty in Datia strangulates six-year-old boy for asking money, puts body in car's boot to dump at abandon spot
During investigations, the accused cop said that he was suffering from depression and got annoyed when the boy continuously demanded money from him
Award winning author Nilotpal Mrinal 'raped' UPSC aspirant for 10 years under pretext of marriage, booked by Delhi Police
The 32-year-old woman, a UPSC aspirant, in her complaint stated that she met author Nilotpal Mrinal in 2013. Cops said investigation is underway and no arrest has been made so far
WATCH: Pakistan Zindabad slogan echoes in UP's Bareilly once again, case registered against shopkeeper after video goes viral
After the incident came to fore, BJP leaders from the state, Himanshu Patel and Ashish Patel, lodged a complaint with Bhuta police station
Government wants to strengthen internal security: Amit Shah in Lok Sabha on bill allowing police to collect biometric data
The bill seeks to provide legal sanction to the police to take physical and biological samples of convicts as well as persons accused of crimes
WATCH: IIT Mumbai chemical engineer attacks 2 constables with sickle at Gorakhnath temple where CM Yogi Adityanath is the head priest
Police said the youth, identified as Gorakhpur native Ahmed Murtaza, tried to barge into the temple raising the religious slogan of 'Allahu Akbar'
Generations of mobsters have looked to The Godfather for inspiration, validation, and as a playbook for how to speak and act and dress.
Dangals of Crime, two-part docuseries on Discovery+, shines a light on the mafia embedded in Indian wrestling
Olympian Sushil Kumar's recent arrest was not a case of a bad apple. It was a symptom of something systemic — the inextricable links between wrestling and organised crime in Delhi-NCR and adjacent regions.
Here is looking at the dialogues of The Godfather films that have inspired similar lines in numerous films across the globe. We choose not to rank these.
The 17-year-old student of the missionary school in Thanjavur belonged to Ariyalur district and had died by suicide a few days ago. She was allegedly coerced to convert to Christianity
The suicide of the plus two student stoked a row in the state with the BJP and Hindu organisations alleging that her death was triggered by an attempt to forcibly convert her to Christianity - a charge denied by the authorities and school management
Why is #JusticeforLavanya trending: Tamil Nadu student kills self after facing 'abuse' from hostel warden
The death of a class 12 student, Lavanya, in Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur has taken a political turn as her family and the BJP alleged that the girl ended her life as she was constantly being pressured to convert to Christianity.
Rukmini S’ 'Whole Numbers and Half Truths’ pushes back against misreading of data, misleading stories about India
Rukmini’s 326-pages long book explores little-argued angles to investigate the complete truth about the country, starting with its dealings with crime
The former editor-in-chief of Tehelka magazine stands accused of sexually assaulting his then woman colleague in the lift of a five-star hotel in Goa in November 2013
Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, and government facilities, the advisory said
Lee Jae-yong was found guilty of having repeatedly taken the anaesthetic propofol at a plastic surgery clinic in Seoul dozens of times over several years
Those who thought or advanced the idea that the ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandits and even Muslims committed to peaceful coexistence happened only in the ’90s and won’t repeat, were clearly wrong or lying. Jihad never sleeps
Pandora Papers: Call to tighten regulations gets louder as leak reveals London as hub for tax avoidance
Treasury chief Rishi Sunak said Britain’s tax authorities will inspect the Pandora Papers and defended the country’s record on tackling tax avoidance
'No-fly list, halt sales of to-go alcohol at airports': US lawmakers weigh crackdown against violent airline passengers
Those were among the ideas floated Thursday at a congressional hearing on how to address the surge in "air rage" incidents during the coronavirus pandemic
Despite my own shamefully perverse, unending fascination with the genre, Crime Stories: India Detectives is precisely the kind of show I binge hard, but find equally hard to recommend.
They introduced themselves as Amazon employees and used softwares like Teamviewer and Anydesk to remotely access and take control over target computers