The medical examination of the victim was conducted at the Community Health Centre in Kalyanpur but the report hasn't been received as yet, the police said
Delhi riots: Court grants bail to man charged with 'attempt to murder' after police fails to trace complainant
Special Public Prosecutor Saleem Ahmed, appearing for the state, informed the court that the victim had given his fake address and mobile number and the police tried to search him but he could not be traced
As per the proposal, minimum punishment for dowry deaths will be 10 years, while maximum punishment for stalking will be 7 years (on subsequent conviction)
Mob assaults two Siddi men and their friend in Gujarat's Veraval; four arrested, sent to judicial custody, says police
On 3 June, three men — two from Siddi community and another from Laghumati community — were tied to a bench and beaten up by a mob in Veraval, a hub of fishing industries in Gujarat's Gir Somnath district
Mumbai Police warns against coronavirus-related fake news on social media; here's what is prohibited under Section 144 and Section 188
The order prohibits the spread of inflammatory statements that are discriminatory against a particular community.
Kamaal R Khan had allegedly taken to Twitter to announce Rishi Kapoor's hospitalisation and tweeted saying that the actor must not die as wine shops were set to open soon.
Jammu and Kashmir Police book photojournalist Masrat Zahra under UAPA for uploading posts 'glorifying anti-national activities'
The FIR against Zahra was registered under Section 505 of the Indian Penal Code (Statements conducing to public mischief) and relevant sections of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
Assam Police fights coronavirus 'infodemic': 52 cases registered, 25 people arrested for spreading fake news, 110 sent for counselling
Assam Police has launched a fight against fake news on coronavirus and the lockdown that has hit people's lives no less than the COVID-19 pandemic itself
CBSE denies claims of board exam paper leak; authority approaches Delhi Police, appeals to parents not to panic
CBSE has approached Delhi Police against fake news about exam papers leak being spread on social media and advised parents and students not to believe them and panic
Fifteen people, including eight AMU students, booked for 'inflammatory speeches' at anti-CAA protests in Aligarh
Police said apart from former AMU students' union vice-president Sajjad Rathar, those booked included students belonging to Kashmir
Anti-CAA activist Ramakrishna Jalmi arrested for controversial remarks in Goa rally; held for hurting religious sentiments, says police
SP Pankaj Kumar said Jalmi has been arrested under sections 295 (A) and 153 (A) of IPC
Day after three students die in fire at Chandigarh PG, police arrest man who runs facility, register case against two others
Chandigarh police has arrested the man who runs the paying guest accommodation in Sector 32 in Chandigarh after a fire at the premises claimed the lives of three young women, who were all students
Woman arrested in Bengaluru for holding 'Kashmir Mukti, Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti' placard at right-wing rally, remanded to 14-days judicial custody
A day after pro-Pakistan slogans were raised by an agitator at an anti-CAA event here, a young woman was arrested on Friday for holding a "Kashmir Mukti (liberation), Dalit Mukti, Muslim Mukti" placard at a counter-protest in the city, police said
Social activist challenges sedition case against Karnataka school management for staging anti-CAA play in Supreme Court
The sedition case was filed based on a complaint from social worker Neelesh Rakshyal on 26 January
Gujarat college’s principal, rector among four arrested for forcing 60 girls to remove undergarments to check for menstruation
Police on Monday arrested four persons, including the principal of the Gujarat college, where authorities allegedly forced over 60 girls to remove their undergarments to check if they were menstruating
Bidar school headmistress and parent granted bail 14 days after arrest in sedition case over anti-CAA play
A court in Bidar in north Karnataka on Friday granted bail to a parent and the headmistress of a school, arrested in a sedition case for their alleged involvement in staging a drama portraying Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a poor light in connection with CAA and NRC.
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: Brajesh Thakur, 11 others sentenced to life imprisonment by Delhi's Saket district court
CBI on 4 February sought life imprisonment for Thakur, saying 'rape is a crime of lust, power' and leniency should not be shown to convicts as victims in case were minors
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: Delhi court set to announce quantum of sentence for convicts Brajesh Thakur, 18 others for gangrape under POCSO Act on 11 Feb
A Delhi court on Tuesday said it will announce the quantum of sentence for Brajesh Thakur and 18 others, convicted of sexually and physically assaulting several girls in a shelter home in Bihar's Muzaffarpur district, on 11 February.
CPM questions Narendra Modi's 'silence' on hate speeches, slams BJP on sedition charges against school headmistress for staging anti-CAA play
The CPM on Tuesday questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'silence' on hate speeches by his party members