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Gujarat tops in tracing fingerprints from crime spots: Report
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Questioning The Patriarchal Attitudes: A Review Of The Film Pink

Instances of rape are quite common in India. According to National Crimes Record Bureau (NCRB), about 93 rapes take place in India every day. Two different perspectives emerge in relation to cause of rapes. There is a prevalent patriarchal view ... Counter Currents, 2 days ago

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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.com6 days ago Despite growing awareness, stalking is still not considered a serious crime  Firstpost.com3 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
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NCRB data: handle with care

If the data on juvenile crime are anything to go by, the annual reports of the National Crime Records Bureau cannot be taken at face value.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Pak carrying out war crimes using terror as state policy: India  Millennium Post6 days ago Breaking News in the Industry: September 27, 2016  Loss Prevention Media1 day ago Cops launch safety drive for kids  Asian Age4 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 Crime capital? `Delhi most unsafe city for senior citizens`  Zee News3 weeks ago Delhi most unsafe city for senior citizens: NCRB report  Security Today1 week ago

Want to know how many were booked for sedition since 2014?

For the first time in 67 years, after the Narendra Modi government came to power, the National Crime Records Bureau added 'sedition' as a head under which data on crime were collected. Section 124-A in the Indian Penal Code says, "Whoever, by words, either spoken or written, or by signs, or by visible representation, or otherwise, brings or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt, or excites or attempts to excite disaffection towards the government established by law in India shall be ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Sedition: what it really means and how many are guilty  Business Standard1 month ago
Indian Express

IPS officer Radhakrishna Kini to monitor PM Modi's security

Radhakrishna Kini, who is at present working as Director General in National Crime Records Bureau, will have a tenure till November 2017. Senior IPS officer Radhakrishna Kini has been entrusted with the responsibility of monitoring security ...
 Indian Express4 days ago Radhakrishna Kini to monitor PM's security  HT Syndication3 days ago KINI INCHARGE OF PM SECURITY  HT Syndication3 days ago ACC Approves Appointment of DG NCRB to Monitor PM Modi's Security  News18.com4 days ago

Over 3000 arrests made in 2015 under unconstitutional Section 66A

The Police made 3137 arrests (pdf) under the defunct Section 66A of the IT Act in 2015, according to the National Crime Records Bureau. Of...The post Over 3000 arrests made in 2015 under unconstitutional Section 66A appeared first on MediaNama.
 Medianama3 weeks ago 2,057 Foreigners Arrested In 2015: National Crime Record Bureau  NDTV3 weeks ago 2,057 Foreigners Arrested In 2015, 168 In Delhi: National Crime Record Bureau  NDTV4 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 Say 'no' to drugs bikers rally organised in Delhi  Sify1 month ago
Business Standard

Nitish more capable for PM post than Modi: Tejaswi Yadav

Transforming a state like Bihar into a no 1 in terms of GDP, 22nd position in crime in current report of National Crime Record Bureau are enough to prove capability Press Trust of India | Patna September 7, 2016 Last Updated at 18:32 IST Tejaswi Yadav (Photo: ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Nitish Kumar more capable for PM post than Modi: Tejaswi  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Most number of traffic violations committed in Kerala

New Delhi: Kerala tops in the total number of traffic violation cases on road during 2015, as per the National Crime Records Bureau statistics. Kerala stands No 1 in overspeeding and in rash driving too. In cities which have a population of 10 lakhs and ...
 Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago Keralites commit most number of traffic violations  Mathrubhumi4 weeks ago
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