India to seek UN sanctions against Hizbul Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin

India is in the process of seeking UN sanctions against banned Hizbul Mujahideen supremo Syed Salahuddin for a freeze on his assets and a travel ban for his association with Al-Qaeda terror group and its affiliates like Lashker-e-Toiba.

Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, India determined to bring him back: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that 26/11 Mumbai blasts mastermind Dawood Ibrahim is in Pakistan and that India is determined to bring him back.

Ukraine's former leadership placed on Interpol wanted list

The International Police Organization (Interpol) has issued red notice arrest warrants for ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych and his close allies, Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said Monday.

Law should take its own course with regard to Ramachandra Rao: Congress

Congress on Thursday suggested law should take its course with regard to its Rajya Sabha member KVP Ramachandra Rao in the wake of US approaching India for his arrest.

Red Corner notice against RS MP KVP Ramchandra Rao in titanium contract case

The Interpol on Wednesday issued a Red Corner notice against Congress MP in Rajya Sabha KVP Ramchandra Rao in connection with in connection with his role in an international corruption scheme involving bribes worth $18.5 million to government officials to allow the mining of titanium minerals in Andhra Pradesh.

Interpol rejects Pakistan`s plea to arrest Pervez Musharraf

Interpol rejected Pakistan`s plea to issue Red Corner Notice for Pervez Musharraf for refusing to cooperate in probe into Benazir Bhutto`s assassination, days ahead of his homecoming from self-exile.

Translated Letters Rogatory sent to Morocco for Headly`s estranged wife

To expose state actors in Pakistan and LeT chief in 26/11 attacks, India sent Letters Rogatory to Morocco for questioning Faiza Outalha, Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley`s estranged wife.

Musharraf asks Interpol to dismiss Pak`s RCN request

Musharraf sought Interpol`s help following a third request from Pakistan last week seeking a Red Corner Notice for him.

Pak to seek Red Corner Notice against Musharraf

Pakistan will seek Interpol help to bring back Pervez Musharraf to face trial
over ex-Premier Benazir Bhutto`s assassination.

‘Red Corner Notice’ against Chhota Rajan?

With Chhota Rajan’s complicity in senior investigative journalist J Dey’s murder becoming clear, the Mumbai Police is all set to get a ‘Red Corner Notice’ issued against the dreaded gangster.

HP Police seeks red corner notice against Hawala accused

Himachal Police has appealed to
CBI to ask Interpol for issuing a Red Corner Notice (RCN)
against Hawala agent Balwant Singh, accused of sending money
to ISI agents.

Interpol chief lauds India`s role in using Red Corner Notice

India`s usage of the Red Corner Notice (RCN) regime to identify and track down suspects and fugitives has been praised by the chief of Interpol.

Red Corner Notice against Varanasi blast accused

Interpol has issued a Red Corner Notice against Dr Mohammad Shahnawaz – a main suspect in the Varanasi blast case.

Red Corner notice can be cancelled by trial court: Delhi HC

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday said a
look-out circular and Red Corner Notice issued by
investigating agencies or Interpol against any person, accused
of any offence, can be cancelled by Metropolitan Magistrate

Interpol issues Red Corner notice for 5 American Muslims

Interpol has issued Red Corner
notices for five American Muslim youths arrested in Pakistan
last month for alleged terror links.

No red corner notice against Briton arrested in Goa

The Indian-origin man with British
citizenship Ajay Kaushal, listed as the most wanted in UK by
Lancashire police, had no red corner notice issued against him
by Interpol.

Pak govt may seek Red Corner notice for Mush: Malik

The govt may ask Interpol to issue a Red Corner Notice for Musharraf if Pak authorities seek his arrest.

Accused cannot be extradited on mere `Red Corner` notice: SC

In a ruling that would bring
relief for Indian citizens facing criminal charges in foreign
countries, the Supreme Court has held that an accused cannot
be extradited on a mere "Red Corner" notice.