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Tamil Nadu government repeatedly committing contempt of court in idol theft cases: Madras High Court
Manickavel told the court that for the last 20 days, the accused who was directed by the court to appear before the IO was coming to the Guindy office provided for the wing but the IO was missing.
According to the manager, the miscreant barged inside the ATM kiosk when he noticed there was no security guard at the kiosk.
Six persons, including a Nigerian national, have been arrested in connection with what he said was a ‘SIM swapping fraud’.
The incident was brought to light by B Vani Kumar, an SCR deputy chief procurement officer, in August 2016.
Karthik Srinivasan (35), a resident of Kalkere, and BV Pratap (32), a resident of Horamavu are the arrested accused.
Coimbatore SP holds meeting with jewellery shop owners to insist on safe transportation of valuables
The recent highway robbery on the Cochin-Coimbatore bye-pass road was not new and it just added to the number of highway robberies in the Salem- Cochin Bye-pass Road.
Sixty-eight-year-old Mythili Chandrasekar, a resident of ICF colony, was walking back home after shopping at a grocery store at 2pm on Monday when the incident occurred.
There were also reports of gangs operating in teams, including loaders, airline staff, ground staff deployed near security check areas and the housekeeping staff.
Four persons who police earlier claimed were bike thief suspects because they were seen altering a CCTV camera at Ice House, have been now found to be innocent.
Pon Manickavel is already facing opposition from within the police force as a group of police officers recently claimed that they were compelled to file fabricated cases.
Any person who loses a bike or car in Bengaluru may as well forget it for good, considering the detection rate of vehicles stolen in the city.
42-year-old CT Basavaraju was arrested by the cyber crime police for theft of question papers prior to the tests conducted for recruitment of constables.
According to the Police Commissioner, the arrested persons include a gang from Jharkhand comprising all seven members of a family.
The comments feed into a debate on how India should balance user protections with support for its digital economy in the world’s fastest-growing major internet market.
According to experts, the nature of the crime is more worrisome than the number of crimes reported.