Delhi Police register 165 FIRS during trade fair

Delhi Police registered 165 FIRs during this year's India International Trade Fair (IITF) under various cognisable sections of IPC, which marks a more than five-fold increase over last year's edition.

39 men arrested in triple murder case in Chhattisgarh

At least 39 persons were on Wednesday arrested for allegedly killing an elderly couple and their daughter upon suspicions that they practised black magic, in Narayanpur district in Chhattisgarh, police said.

Complaint against Manjhi for 'upper caste' remark

A complaint was on Monday filed against Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi in a court in Saran district, charging him with sowing discord in society by questioning the origin of upper caste people.

Paralympic Committee praises Rio Paralympics planning
Paralympic Committee praises Rio Paralympics planning

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has praised the "significant progress" made by organisers of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Mentally-challenged minor sexually abused at GB Pant Hospital

A mentally-challenged minor girl was allegedly sexually abused by a 35-year-old liftman in GB Pant Hospital here, police said on Monday.

Midnight raid: Ex-minister Bharti seeks FIR against 'erring' cops

Delhi's former law minister Somnath Bharti Monday filed a plea seeking further investigation and registration of a first information report against erring officials, accusing them of bias in the probe into the Jan 16 midnight raid on a Delhi house.

Oscar Pistorius cannot run in Paralympics during jail term: Organisers
Oscar Pistorius cannot run in Paralympics during jail term: Organisers

Oscar Pistorius will not be allowed to run in the Paralympics for the whole of his five-year jail term, even if he is released early under house arrest, a spokesman for the organisers of the event said Tuesday.

Jyoti murder case: Police files charge sheet against 6 accused

All the six accused in the Jyoti murder case, including her husband, have been booked for murder as police filed charge sheet against them today in a local court.

Incomplete, inconclusive statement has no significance: Court

Observing that incomplete and inconclusive statement has no significance, a Delhi court has asked the metropolitan magistrate to proceed in accordance with law during framing of charges against the accused in a molestation case.

Missed call to women will lead to jail in Bihar

Give missed calls to women and cool your heels in jail!

IPC says Oscar Pistorius will be allowed to compete at Rio Paralympics if not in jail at that time
IPC says Oscar Pistorius will be allowed to compete at Rio Paralympics if not in jail at that time

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has revealed that Oscar Pistorius would be allowed to compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio if the double amputee is not in jail.

HC exonerates athlete Pinki Pramanik of rape charge

The Calcutta High Court on Friday exonerated Asian Games gold medalist Pinki Pramanik of charges of rape and cheating against her brought by a woman who was her live-in partner.

Oscar Pistorius has not damaged Paralympic movement, says IPC
Oscar Pistorius has not damaged Paralympic movement, says IPC

Oscar Pistorius`s conviction for culpable homicide after shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp will not harm the profile of the Paralympic movement, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said on Friday.

Govt plans to decriminalise attempt to commit suicide

The Home Ministry is in the process of effacing Section 309 of IPC, under which anyone attempting to commit suicide is punishable with a jail term of up to one year and fine, and discussions in this effect are on.

Dehradun woman duped of Rs 1.30 cr by her Facebook friend

As they always say, choose your friends wisely. And when it comes to friendships on social networks, you ought to be extra vigilant else you can land in trouble. A glaring case of this has recently come into light.

Cyber crime numbers surge along with advance in technology!

Technology may have made lives easier for people, but it has also added to their woes with criminals adopting various innovative means to defraud people.

Kicking daughter-in-law amounts to cruelty: SC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that kicking a daughter-in-law amounts to an offence of cruelty punishable under Section 498A of IPC and allowed the trial of in-laws on a complaint of a woman alleging torture by them.

Senior Bihar police officer opts for blue beacon

A senior Bihar police officer, who introduced the concept of emergency bells, has removed yellow beacon lights from his official vehicle and will use blue lights instead.

SAI coach booked on charges of harassing female wrestler

Police today registered a case against a coach at the Sports Authority of India`s (SAI) Hisar centre for allegedly harassing a teenage woman wrestler.

Badminton bids for inclusion in 2020 Paralympics

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has submitted a letter to International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to have para-badminton considered for inclusion in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, becoming the first international federation to do so.