Naik impersonated a Major working in Hyderabad and introduced himself as a graduate from National Deffence Academy, Pune.
GST sleuths raided a contract worker's Birabarapatana village home on November 2, who allegedly has a firm with a turnover of about Rs 8 crore.
The two journalists had allegedly run a misleading report that the victims' hands were tied and eyes damaged and they were raped.
In the challan, the vehicle was mentioned as a tractor and the vehicle user immediately reported the same to the traffic police.
The IT wing of the Prakasam police identifying the FB posts on the SIs’ accounts, alerted the officials, who immediately got in touch with their contacts.
A special team was sent to Rajasthan to apprehend the duo and the police officials camped in the western state for about a week to arrest them, he told reporters here at the commissioner's office.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has instructed to dismiss all government servants holding fake or false caste certificates immediately from service on Friday.
Himansh Kohli has called out a fake video that shows him allegedly apologising to former girlfriend, singer Neha Kakkar.
Kolkata Police books activist Madhu Purnima Kishwar for misinformation over Islamic rally in Bangladesh
A senior officer of the Kolkata Police said that the song in the video clearly refers to Bangladesh.
The Krishna district police on Monday busted a fake PAN and Aadhaar card racket and arrested six persons.
The police, after preliminary inquiry, had claimed that two local regional channels and Republic TV was also involved in the scam.
According to the CBI, Ramesh Chand Meena is a resident of west Uttar Pradesh's Hathras, where his forefathers owned land.
A total of 2,268 people were duped between October 11, 2019 to November 5, 2020 of USD 1,081,365 (over Rs 8 crore) by them, police said.
Recently, Kumavath hatched yet another plan to lure people into giving him money by opening an online trading company called Hypenext.
Five held for duping 27,000 people of Rs 1.09 crore by promising them government jobs through fake website
The police claimed to have recovered Rs 49 lakh of the duped amount and also seized seven mobile phones and three laptops from them.