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Deliberate final report on <strong>crime</strong> cases to be probed: G C Kataria

Deliberate final report on crime cases to be probed: G C Kataria

02 Mar 2015

Jaipur: The ruling BJP government on Monday assured Rajasthan Assembly that any police officer found deliberately filing an FR (final report) in a criminal case would be probed.

Final Report,   FIR,   Rajasthan Assembly,   Rajasthan home minister,   G C Kataria,  
Civil Aviation Ministry staffer quizzed in corporate espionage case

Civil Aviation Ministry staffer quizzed in corporate espionage case

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: An employee of the Civil Aviation Ministry was picked up by the Crime Branch for questioning in the corporate espionage case.

Civil Aviation Ministry,   Crime Branch,   Corporate espionage,   Documents leak case,   Petroleum Ministry leaks,  
<strong>Crime</strong> <strong>Branch</strong> arrests five for leaking Petroleum Ministry documents

Crime Branch arrests five for leaking Petroleum Ministry documents

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Two Oil Ministry officials and three other persons were on Thursday arrested for allegedly leaking confidential government documents to certain independent consultants and energy companies in what could be a case of corporate espionage.

Petroleum Ministry,   Crime Branch,   Corporate houses,   Government employees,   Official Secrets Act,  
Jerusalem church building torched in apparent hate <strong>crime</strong>

Jerusalem church building torched in apparent hate crime

26 Feb 2015

Jerusalem: Suspected Jewish extremists torched part of a church-owned building in Jerusalem overnight, police said, in the second racist attack in the Holy Land in two days.

Jerusalem church,   hate crime,   Church building torched,   Greek Orthodox seminary,  Jewish extremists ,  
No information having commercial value to company resides in Oil Ministry: Reliance

No information having commercial value to company resides in Oil Ministry: Reliance

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: On a day when one of its employees was detained by Police in alleged leakage of official secrets, Reliance Industries on Thursday said no information having commercial consequences to the company resides in the Oil Ministry with which it is in arbitration in several cases.

Reliance Industries,   Petroleum Ministry,   Crime Branch,   Corporate houses,   Government employees,   Official Secrets Act,  
AAP MLA quizzed in recovery of illegal liquor case

AAP MLA quizzed in recovery of illegal liquor case

12 Feb 2015

New Delhi: AAP MLA Naresh Balyan was on Thursday questioned by the Delhi Police Crime Branch in connection with the recovery of "illegal" liquor bottles from a warehouse near his house last month.

AAP MLA,   Naresh Balyan,   Delhi Police,   Crime Branch,   Liquor bottles,  
3 gunned down outside ATM, heavy cash looted

3 gunned down outside ATM, heavy cash looted

27 Feb 2015

Lucknow: In a daring daylight heist, armed criminals on Friday gunned down three persons carrying bank money in a busy commercial area here and fled with the cash running into lakhs of rupees, police said.

Lucknow loot,   Lucknow robbery,   Crime in Lucknow,   ATM loot,   Lucknow police,  
Hate photos: Police begin probe into case against SP corporator

Hate photos: Police begin probe into case against SP corporator

21 Mar 2014

Varanasi: The Crime Branch of Varanasi police has launched a probe into a case involving the sharing of hate photographs of Gujarat riots allegedly by a Samajwadi Party corporator, an official said.

Crime Branch of Varanasi,   Varanasi,   Samajwadi Party,  
HDFC Bank launches mobile <strong>branch</strong> in <strong>Varanasi</strong>

HDFC Bank launches mobile branch in Varanasi

16 Dec 2014

Varanasi: In Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Lok Sabha constituency, country's second-largest private lender, HDFC Bank on Tuesday launched mobile banking initiative to offer round-the-clock banking facility.

HDFC Bank,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Lok Sabha,   second-largest private lender,   banking,   ,  
Sri Lanka war <strong>crime</strong> report deferred by six months

Sri Lanka war crime report deferred by six months

17 Feb 2015

Geneva: The UN Human Rights Council has delayed by six months the release of a report into alleged war crimes committed during Sri Lanka's civil war, following request by the country's newly-elected government for more time to conclude its internal probe.

UN Human Rights Council,   UNHRC,   Sri Lanka civil war,   Maithripala Sirisena,  

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