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IPS officer Radhakrishna Kini to monitor Modi’s security arr...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (Photo: PTI) Kini, who is at present working as Director General in National Crime Records Bureau, will have a tenure till November next year. New Delhi: Senior IPS officer Radhakrishna Kini has been entrusted with the ... Asian Age, 2 days ago

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Over 17,000 women were in prisons in India at the end of 2014, reveals NCRB data

As many as 17,681 women were in prisons at the end of 2014, according to data from the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). The post Over 17,000 women were in prisons in India at the end of 2014, reveals NCRB data appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 week ago Not safe & still unsound for women in India  Economic Times2 weeks ago Assam emerges as India's hub of human trafficking  Kangla Online2 weeks ago Which city in India is safest to live in?  The Hindu2 weeks ago
Times of India

Dip in crime numbers; figures still frightening

LUDHIANA: The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) 2015 data for 53 mega cities suggests that some serious crimes have witnessed a slight fall in Ludhiana, but numbers remain high. These include rape, attempt to rape, kidnapping, robbery and attempt ...
 Times of India1 week ago Figures reveal drop in crime  Harden Express2 weeks ago Even Dalit MLAs face discrimination in own parties  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago NCRB says it goofed up in crime stats under dead Sec 66A  HT Syndication2 weeks ago
Times of India

National Crime Records Bureau report says Odisha ranks fifth among states in terms of number of violence cases against women

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 Odisha Television2 weeks ago Haryana ranks third in railway crime count  Times of India1 week ago NCRB puts Gujarat among the states with sharp decline in crime against women  Times of India2 weeks ago Kids will be taught to discern 'bad touch'  Times of India3 weeks ago

Five most shocking cases of stalking that will baffle you

Stalking is more common than one might think. According to the National Records Crime Bureau, Indias third-largest and second-most populous state, Maharashtra, and the national capital, New Delhi, saw a steep rise in cases of stalking amongst other states.
 catchnews.com4 days ago Stalking cases have more than doubled in these two regions  Business Insider India2 weeks ago NCRB report points to alarming rise in pending criminal cases  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Cybercrime cases on the rise in Maharashtra  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Targetting Rs 500 cr revenue by 2018, to invest Rs 170 cr: Steelbird MD Rajeev Kapur

As per National Crime Records Bureau, around 1,40,000 people lost their lives and over 4.5 lakh suffered serious injuries in road accidents in 2014. As traffic on the roads increases further, keeping the population safe becomes an imperative. As per ...
 Financial Express1 week ago
Counter Currents

Police Sniffing In Kitchens While Rapists Roam The Streets

The latest statistics put out by the National Crime Record Bureau gives the Haryana state of India a dubious distinction. It stands second in the number of complaints lodged with the police, second only to Uttar Pradesh. That the population, in ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago Beef found in biryani samples in Haryana  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago With Bakri Eid approaching Haryana police asked to go sniffing around for beef  Meri News2 weeks ago Sniffing out beef in biryani, Hiryana police given task ahead of Eid-ul-Azha  Pakistan Today2 weeks ago

Cyrus Talks to a Senior Citizen About High Crime Rate in Delhi

, 12:40 pm The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) in its report has categorised Delhi as the most unsafe city for senior citizens in 2015. CNN-News18's Cyrus Broacha talks to a senior citizen of the city about the report.
 News18.com2 weeks ago Delhi's children most vulnerable to crime: NCRB  HT Syndication3 weeks ago Delhi most unsafe city for senior citizens: NCB  AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago Crime capital? `Delhi most unsafe city for senior citizens`  Zee News3 weeks ago

Rape capital? No, Delhi is India's..

Delhi recorded most "kidnappings and abductions" among all cities in the country in 2015, according to the National Crime Records Bureau. Shockingly, Delhi is on the top among all 29 states and seven Union Territories with 37 kidnapping and ...
 Sahara Samay.com2 weeks ago Rape capital? No, Delhi is India's 'abduction capital'  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago Delhi is India's 'abduction capital'  Day After India2 weeks ago Bengaluru tops country in kidnap for ransom cases, says report  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

NCRB data a wake-up call to protect children

The National Crime Records Bureau for 2015 revealed that 95 per cent of those who sexually abused children were persons known to the victim, most coming under the category of neighbour. This is in line with the statistics globally that perpetrators ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago 95 per cent of child rapists related to victims: Crime records  New Indian Express3 weeks ago NCRB stuns women, child rights activists  Pune Mirror3 weeks ago
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