Five excise staff suspended over missing liquor boxes in Karnataka
On March 7 evening, the flying squad of the excise department confiscated a van carrying 753 boxes of foreign liquor worth Rs 47 lakh near Modekoppa village in Khanapur taluk.
As protests continue, cops turn Gudatipally into fortress
The government has not resolved the compensation related to 80 acres of land in the village, and many of the displaced people have not received money for their houses.
Widows of 3 CRPF jawans killed in 2019 Pulwama terror attack seek permission to end own lives
Meena has been sitting on a dharna here with the family members of the martyrs for the last few days.
CM Naveen Patnaik approves creation of 50 posts in fire service
According to a release issued by the chief minister’s office, three fire stations have been made functional at three premier medical colleges of the state, at Cuttack, Berhampur and Burla.
Court orders FIR against 6 cops for beating up man, snatching money in UP
The police also booked Mishra in a case of attempt to murder and sent him to jail.
Delhi cops nab three criminals in encounter, one of them stabbed cop multiple times
Badly injured in the incident, the police personnel was rushed to a nearby hospital where his condition is said to be stable. He is undergoing treatment for a deep stab injury.
Indian team fined 60 per cent of match fees for slow over rate in New Zealand ODI
Javagal Srinath of the Emirates ICC Elite Panel of Match Referees imposed the sanction after India were ruled to be three overs short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration.
CBI books Navy personnel among 31 for income tax fraud in Kerala
The CBI has alleged that the remaining 31 people booked in the FIR have yet not returned the falsely claimed income tax refund totalling Rs 44.07 lakh to the income tax department.
RPF personnel help 123 women deliver babies in trains in 2022
An official data said that a total of 185 pregnant women passengers were assisted by the RPF women cops in safe delivery of their babies during journey when they went into labour pain.
In a first, combat role for CRPF women with Valley militants
At present, women CRPF personnel are deployed for frisking women at the Srinagar airport, civil secretariat and other government installations.
Material thefts at Metro sites lead to losses in lakhs in Bengaluru
A source at another Metro site said that BMRCL will not compensate them as safeguarding of material is the responsibility of the contractor.
16 army personnel dead after truck falls into gorge in Sikkim
The mishap took place at 8 am at Zema 3, about 15 kms away from Lachen when the Army vehicle was heading towards the border posts with 20 occupants.
Four security personnel injured in suicide attack in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militant group, which has been fighting to bring the law of Sharia across the Muslim-dominated country, mostly carries out attacks on security forces.
Kharge should expel Rahul Gandhi from Congress: BJP
In an apparent reference to a recent clash between Indian and Chinese soldiers in Arunachal Pradesh, he said Indian jawans in the region are being "beaten up".
Five cops, doc booked over bizman’s death in UP police station
The FIR lodged at the Rania police station named the SHOs of Shivli and Rania police stations. The district hospital doctor Dr Pawan Parya has also been booked.
With surgical precision, ‘medico’ cops crack ragging case in MP college
It took sub-inspector Satyajit Chauhan, head constable Kalicharan and constables Shalini Chauhan and Rinku Rajput two months to track the 11 MBBS students allegedly involved in the ragging of juniors.
Former CAPF personnel entitled to age relaxation in police recruitment: Madras HC
The order was passed on a batch of petitions filed by three former BSF personnel seeking reservation and age relaxation in the recent recruitment conducted by TNUSRB.
Protesters storm police station; 25 cops hurt
Vizhinjam agitators resort to violent intimidation, refuse to allow way for ambulances to shift injured personnel
26/11 Mumbai terror attacks | Nation remembers with gratitude all those we lost: President Murmu
On November 26, 2008, 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists from Pakistan arrived by sea route and opened fire, killing 166 people, including 18 security personnel, and injuring several during a 60-hr siege.
No plans for bill on violence against doctors, says Centre in RTI reply
The ministry in its reply, said, “With regard to your RTI Application, it is informed that it was decided not to pursue the draft legislation...”
Lok Sabha passes Finance Bill without discussion
189 custodial death cases reported in Gujarat in two years: Govt tells Assembly
Rahul attends Lok Sabha day after guilty verdict in defamation case
SC directs all convicts, undertrials released during pandemic to surrender in 15 days
SC agrees to consider plea of opposition parties on 'misuse' of central probe agencies on April 5