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Top ACB sleuths among 53 IPS officers shifted

Jaipur: In a major reshuffle, the state government has transferred 53 IPS officers including 10 additional director generals (ADGs) and seven inspector generals (IGs). Those reshuffled include anti-corruption bureau (ACB) chief Bhupendra Dak and IG ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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How the train robbery was executed: Police reenact last leg of journey

CHENNAI: In search of a breakthrough in the audacious train robbery case, the special investigation team probing the case re-enacted the sequence between Tambaram and Chetpet on Saturday. Six days on, the police are yet to nail the suspects who ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Money train robbery re-enacted on suburban route  New Indian Express1 week ago

Train heist: CB-CID cuts open 4sqft hole to ...

CHENNAI: The CB-CID personnel investigating the train heist of August 9 are recreating the event by piecing together the probable sequences. On Saturday, police personnel tried to cut open a 4sqft hole on the ceiling of a train's compartment using ...
 Times of India1 week ago

CB-CID gets 6 weeks to crack Ramajeyam case

The Madras High Court Bench here on Wednesday granted six more weeks to CB-CID to solve the mystery behind the murder of K.N. Ramajeyam, a high profile businessman and brother of former Transport Minister K.N. Nehru, by unidentified assailants ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Times of India

Cops suspect crime committed at yard in Chennai

CHENNAI: Two days after 5.7 crore in soiled notes was robbed from a train coach containing 342.7 crore in 226 boxes in a spectacular heist, investigators are yet to make a major break-through. Railway employees at the Chennai Egmore yard and ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Murder convict who walked free 37 years ago to face trial

y catches up with a man who successfully hoodwinked the legal system for over 37 years, after the CBI filed a chargesheet against him for allegedly securing his release from a jail in Uttar Pradesh under dubious circumstances in 1979. The bizarre ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Murder Accused Released 37 Years Ago To Face Trial  NDTV2 weeks ago

Judiciary at the mercy of the Constitution, not government: HC

CHENNAI: The judiciary is not at the mercy of the government. It is at the mercy of the Constitution and ultimately at the mercy of the people, a division bench of the Madras HC has observed. The bench of Justices S Nagamuthu and V Bharathidasan ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
Times of India

Missing childrens probe under HC scrutiny

Chennai: Lambasting the Tamil Nadu government for its poor handling of child missing cases and its reluctance to allow the court to directly ask senior officers about the fate of such cases, the Madras high court said, "If we lose faith in local ...
 Times of India2 months ago HC pulls up govt over cases of missing children  Press Trust of India2 months ago Hundreds of child missing cases in Tamil Nadu come under Madras high court scrutiny  Times of India2 months ago
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