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Telangana accident: India goes from bad to worse on road safety of children
First Post.com

Telangana accident: India goes from bad to worse on road safet...

According to the National Crime Records Bureau, 20 children under the age of 14 years die daily in road accidents in India. The post Telangana accident: India goes from bad to worse on road safety of children appeared first on Firstpost . First Post.com, 3 days ago
Human trafficking rampant in India The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago

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Daily Bhaskar

Figures fuel cry against law tweak

New Delhi, July 17: Statistics released by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) this week have added fuel to the raging fire against the government's proposal to amend the Juvenile Justice Act to try as adults those children between 16 and 18 years who ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Daily theft of Rs 8.35 crore in state: Goa Police says not possible  Times of India1 week ago Goa ranks only below Maharashtra in highest property stolen: NCRB  Times of India1 week ago Valuables worth ₹13,000 cr stolen in 2013  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago
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IBN Live

After women, Delhi is the most unsafe for children

According to comprehensive data from the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) for 2013, Delhi registered the maximum cases of crimes against children at 6,124, while Mumbai reported 902 cases. According to comprehensive data from the National Crime Record ...
 IBN Live1 week ago Have India's farm suicides really declined?  BBC2 weeks ago NCRB's fresh data labels Delhi as rape capital of India  India Today2 weeks ago Delhi far from shedding India's crime capital tag  One India3 weeks ago
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One India

Lucknow tops in cyber crime, state witnesses 81.5% spurt

ALLAHABAD: The state witnessed 81.5% spurt in cyber crime in 2013. National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB 2013) report states that 682 cases, including 372 under the IT Act and 310 under various sections of the IPC were registered with the police. The ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago More inmates give a slip to cops, jail staff in MP  Times of India2 weeks ago Policing off-tracked? State ranks third in crimes on trains  Times of India2 weeks ago Crime against dalits biggest challenge for Bihar CM  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago
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Steep rise in suicide cases in Chandigarh

ational Crime Record Bureau's annual data for the year 2013 shows that suicide cases have seen a steep rise of 36.6 per cent in Chandigarh as compared to the last published data. Family Problems, accounts for a large number of these cases, as per ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Pune sees 22% rise in suicide cases according to National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) study  DNA3 weeks ago

Data on attacks on media to be maintained: Govt

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has begun collecting and maintaining specific data relating to attacks on media since January this year, the government said today. "National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), an attached office of Ministry of ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

More Married People Commit Suicide Than Singles: Report

More married persons commit suicide than those who prefer to remain single, a National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) report has said. Among the total number of people who took their lives in 2013, 69.4 per cent were married while 23.6 per cent ...
 Outlook India1 week ago More married persons committing suicide than singles: report  Business Standard India1 week ago Reaping gold through cotton, and newsprint  The Hindu1 week ago
Quartz

Vijayawada eighth in crime against women in India

The National Crime Records Bureau's 'Crime in India-2013' report has placed Vijayawada city eighth among the 53 Indian cities in terms of highest crime rate against women. A total of 2,071 cases against women, including 49 rape cases, were ...
 The Hindu1 week ago The deadliest vehicle on the roads, and six other sobering facts about crime in India  Quartz3 weeks ago
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NDTV

Delhi records most number of rapes

NEW DELHI Reports of crimes against women in India such as rape, dowry deaths, abduction and molestation increased by 26.7 per cent in 2013 compared to the previous year, statistics showed on Monday. The National Crime Records Bureau said the ...
 Oman Tribune2 weeks ago Delhi Continues to be the 'Rape Capital' as Crimes Against Women Rise  NDTV2 weeks ago Women remain soft targets  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Crimes against women on rise in 6 Northeastern states  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago
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New Indian Express

Cyber crimes up across India, Maharashtra tops with 62% jump in cases

MUMBAI: The number of cyber crimes registered rose across the city, state and country in 2013, said the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report. Maharashtra topped the black list among states for the second consecutive year while Mumbai dropped ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Cyber crimes rise sharply  Times of India2 weeks ago Most cyber crime accused are friends-turned foes  New Indian Express2 weeks ago India: Cyber-crime cases rise 51.5% in 2013  Business Insurance3 weeks ago
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