Bangladesh anti-crime force accused of abducting missing people

Rights groups and family members of scores of people reportedly gone missing in the last three years have accused the country's anti-crime Rapid Action Battalion of abducting them, a charge denied by the elite force.

SC wants creation of DNA database for unidentified bodies

The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to create a road map for setting up of a DNA database to help in identification of bodies and missing persons.

Missing persons case: Pak`s new Defence Minister appears in SC

To avoid confrontation with the apex court, Sharif who was holding the defence portfolio relinquished it and handed it over to Asif yesterday.

Spell out steps to trace absconders: HC tells Maharashtra

Expressing concern over a large number of accused absconding during the pendency of trials, the Bombay High Court has asked Maharashtra government to inform what steps it was planning to take to trace 9207 such missing persons.

Muzaffarnagar riots: 10 cases of missing persons converted into kidnapping

Failing to locate the ten persons missing after the riots in the district, the Muzaffarnagar police has converted their cases into that of kidnapping.

Ukhand flood:Police seek DNA samples of kin of missing persons

The Uttarakhand Police have sought DNA samples of relatives of those who went missing in the heavy floods that left the hill state devastated in June this year.

Top ISI, MI, police officers in missing persons cases

A division bench has issued notices to the top brass of the spy agencies and the police officials, in the cases of 17 missing persons.

Bullet-riddled bodies of 5 `missing persons` found in Pak

The bullet-riddled bodies of
five "missing persons" or men believed to have been detained
without charge by security agencies have been found in

Compensation for those missing in Jnaneswari mishap

The West Bengal government Thursday
said that the families of the missing passengers in Jnaneswari Express disaster would be given compensation as announced.

Pak govt to set up judicial commission on `missing persons`

Pakistan government on Thursday
informed the Supreme Court that it will establish a judicial
commission to address the issue of thousands of "missing

DGP asked to form panel to monitor missing persons cases

The Bombay High Court on Wednesday directed
the Maharashtra police chief to constitute a committee of
senior officers to monitor probe in missing persons cases.