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Women Account for 40 Pct Of Suicides In Paramilitary Forces: Report
Silicon India

Women Account for 40 Pct Of Suicides In Paramilitary Forces: R...

BENGALURU: National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) and Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPRD) released a report, which suggests 40 per cent of suicides in Central Paramilitary Forces are committed by women although they represent only less than ... Silicon India, 1 week ago
Women 2% of central forces, but 40% of suicides Times of India, 1 week ago
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N R Wasan appointed DG of Police Research & Development Bureau

nt (BPR). Wasan, a 1980-batch IPS officer of the Andhra Pradesh cadre, has been appointed to the post till the date of his superannuation, i.E. November 30, this year, an order issued by the Department of Personnel and Training said. Wasan is at present ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Indian Express

Most cops unaware of new rape laws: BPRD

Delhi Police chief B S Bassi said, Excellent training curriculum is imparted to police and adequate attention is paid to it. Bureau of Police Research and Development chief N R Wasan on Wednesday said that most police forces in the country suffered ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago Project for police varsity still on paper  The Hindu1 month ago Move for police varsity still on paper  The Hindu1 month ago Police Work: What Is the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing?  NewsMax.com2 months ago
Zaman

Police chiefs asked irrelevant questions on exam to get promotion

The ruling Justice and Development Party ( AK Party ) government, which is accused of having launched a witch hunt in the police force following the eruption of a corruption scandal in December 2013, has changed the way police chiefs are promoted, ...
 Zaman1 month ago
India Blooms

Islamists: Terror Heists

Research Associate, Institute for Conflict Management On June 7, 2015, a team of Detective Branch (DB) of Police arrested nine militants of the Bangladesh Jihadi Group (BJG) from capital city Dhaka's Banashree and Sutrapur areas, while they were ...
 India Blooms1 month ago Bangladesh: Islamists Desperate Measures Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago UTTARA FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS : Bangladesh: Islamists' Desperate Measures Analysis  4 Traders1 month ago Bangladesh: Huji, Al-Qaeda nexus cause for concern  Observer India2 weeks ago
Times of India

Government taking steps to create a new bill to boost forensic science research

NEW DELHI: The government is giving final touches to a bill that will pave way for a national bureau of forensic science on the lines of the Central Bureau of Investigation and boost research in the field of using latest scientific knowledge to ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Fischer, Monetary Policy in the United States and in Developing Countries

Market Watch - The next Greece may be in the U.S. by MarketWatch.com : Tuesday 01:00:29 CT Categories: Commentary When Chicago Public Schools announced on June 24 that it would borrow $1 billion to make a $600 million-plus pension payment due ...
 Mr Top Step1 month ago
Capital Bay

Could tattoos help catch criminals? Scientists develop algorithms to scan and identify distinctive inkings

Whether its a distinctive gangland mark or a traditional rose, the police may soon be able to identify criminals using just their tattoos. A US government agency is asking computer scientists to develop an algorithm capable of distinguishing ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago

Young IT professional buys 3BHK unit in just 35 lakh

By Neha Nagpal, Magicbricks bureau When 31-year old Manish Sharma started working in Hitec City, his objective was to buy a home at a decent distance from his office. Sharma says, "It might seem a little weird to people that I started saving money at such an ...
 Economic Times11 hours ago

Research says 'play value' gap exists between playgrounds in affluent and nonaffluent communities

Parks with low play value have physical and social barriers for play activities. These include limited open areas with closely mown grass for open play, and lack of security fencing. Such park environments serve only limited play purpose, with ...
 Individual.com3 days ago
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