06 Oct 2015
Bengaluru: A call centre woman employee was allegedly gang-raped by two men in South-East Bengaluru. "A woman in her twenties, an employee with a call centre here, was gang-raped on the night of October 3 by two persons in South-East Bengaluru," City Police Commissioner N S Megharikh told reporters here.
13 Sep 2015
New Delhi: At a time when corruption has affected the system like cancer, courts should not get swayed by the concept of mercy while awarding punishment to the corrupt, the Supreme Court has said.
19 Sep 2015
New Delhi: If you are a moblile phone lover, then be cautious because the video ahead will surely break your heart into pieces. Well, these young trainee officers from Thai Navy had to pay a very heavy price of crushing their phones as they broke the rule and allegedly carried phones.
30 Sep 2015
Patna: Over Rs 7 crore in cash was recovered from vehicles today in Bihar's Saran and Siwan districts during routine checking in the poll-bound state, police said.
25 Sep 2015
New Delhi: With dengue menace refusing to relent and hospitals in the city having a huge rush of patients, AIIMS Director said the disease will persist till November and then till will decline.
24 Aug 2015
New Delhi: A man has been awarded ten years in jail for raping a woman on false promise of marriage by a Delhi court, which refused to take a lenient view saying the crime committed by him was very serious as he has ruined the victim 'physically, psychologically and financially.'
27 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Honest officers need not worry about CBI or CAG as genuine errors are differentiated from deliberate ones while deciding corruption cases, Vigilance Commissioner in CVC, TM Bhasin said here on Sunday.
19 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Overnight showers in the national capital and prediction of more rains has triggered an alarm among health officials, with experts warning that the dengue situation might worsen.
20 Sep 2015
New Delhi: The latest consolidated figures of district-wise pending cases would be now a click away following the launch of the National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG).
15 Sep 2015
Mumbai: All the 12 convicts in the 2006 Mumbai train bombings case on Monday requested the trial court not to award them death sentence on humanitarian grounds as arguments started on the quantum of punishment for one of the deadliest terror attacks on Indian soil.