Crime & Crash
6 migrant workers run over by UP govt bus, 5 injured
Six migrant workers have been killed and five others seriously injured when a speeding bus ran over them on the Delhi-Saharanpur Highway near in Muzaffarnagar, officials said on Thursday.
The accused driver, who was suspected to be under the influence of alcohol, has been arrested, said SSP Abhishek Yadav.
The workers were going on foot to their homes...
Madhya Pradesh cop fined Rs 5,000 for performing 'Singham' stunt at work
May 12: A Madhya Pradesh Police sub-inspector was fined Rs 5,000 after he performed a daredevil act of balancing himself on two moving cars, copying the famous stunt from Ajay Devgn-starrer 'Singham'.
Manoj Yadav, the in-charge of Narsinghgarh police post in Damoh district, was also warned against any such daredevilry in future, police sources said on Monday.
UP horror: 2 men gang rape teenage girl, kill her 11-yr-old brother
May 11: Two youths allegedly gang-raped a teen and then hacked to death her 11-year old brother, who had seen their act, in a bid to hide their crime, at a village in Uttar Pradesh's Etah district, about 300 kilometres from here.
Police sources said that two youths, resident of the same village, barged into the house of the...
Bakery owner arrested for 'no Muslim staff' tagline
Mumbai, May 10: A 32-year old man, running a bakery here has been arrested for alleged promotion of products using a tagline that said his firm does not employ Muslims, police said on Sunday.
The man, who is also selling his products online had allegedly said "made by Jains on orders, no Muslim staff" for promotion purposes in his...
Woman commits suicide at AIIMS after her mother dies of cancer
New Delhi, May 9: A 23-year-old woman allegedly committed suicide at the AIIMS here after her mother died of cancer at the hospital, police said on Saturday.
She was reported missing after her mother passed away on Wednesday and her body was found near the new private ward block of the hospital on Saturday, they said, adding that she...
'Death Cap' mushrooms behind death of six in Meghalaya
Shillong, May 9: The poisonous mushrooms that killed six people at a remote village in Meghalaya's West Jaintia Hills district have been identified as Amanita phalloides, commonly known as the 'Death Cap', a senior official said on Saturday.
Six people, including a 14-year-old girl, of Lamin village along the India-Bangladesh border in Amlarem civil sub-division died after consuming wild...
Karnataka: Crime branch nabs 71 people, seizes Rs 1.70 cr stolen properties amid lockdown
Bengaluru, May 6: Central Crime Branch Police have nabbed 71 people involved in various crimes taking advantage of Lock-down which prevents movement of people in the street and seized stolen properties worth about Rs 1.70 crore, official said on Wednesday.
Police said that in all 56 cases were booked. In all 17,312 duplicate Sanitisers, 2000 lts of Chemicals, 18,750...
Man poses as police official to get mobile phone repaired
A man posed as Superintendent of Police (SP), called up a subordinate police official and asked him to get his mobile phone repaired or face the consequences. But, his bluff was later called and the man landed in lockup.
Azamgarh SP Triveni Singh said the 23-year-old youth, Shubham Upadhyay, is the son of a farmer. He was preparing for...
26-year-old man hacks 6 family members to death; surrenders: Police
Lucknow, May 1: Six members of a family were allegedly hacked to death by another family member over a property dispute in Gudauli village in the Banthra area on the outskirts of the city on Thursday, police said.
The accused, Ajay Singh (26), went to the local police station after committing the crime and surrendered, they added.
Maharashtra: Man beaten on suspicion of being COVID-19 patient, dies
Thane, Apr 24: A 34-year-old man was allegedly attacked on suspicion of being a COVID-19 patient and died after falling into a gutter during the assault in Kalyan town of Maharashtra's Thane district, police said on Friday.
The incident took place on Wednesday morning, when Ganesh Gupta had stepped out of his home to purchase some essentials amid the...