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About 894 results for "national crime records bureau"

NCRB amends Bhopal's traffic accident death data
Hindustan Times

NCRB amends Bhopal's traffic accident death data

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) has amended the traffic accident deaths figures for Bhopal in its "accidental deaths and suicides in India-2014" report released recently, after the Madhya Pradesh government lodged a protest with the Union ... Hindustan Times, 14 hours ago
Accidents down, but yet deadly Times of India, 1 week ago
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Asian Lite

The Most Accident-Prone Place in India Will Surprise You

India is getting more accident prone. The latest figures on accidental deaths in India, published by the National Crime Records Bureau this week, show that the rate of fatal accidents has increased 11.3% in the past year, compared with a 0% rise the ...
 Austin American Statesman6 days ago Interview with CBI's National Threat of India  Asian Lite1 week ago Why people, including farmers, commit suicide in India?  Zee News1 week ago Drowning: An unknown public-health disaster  Business Standard1 week ago
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Millennium Post

Love affairs, impotency behind farmer suicides: Union Minister

"According to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), causes of (farmer) suicides include family problems, illness, drugs...dowry, love affairs and impotency," he said in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha to a question on what had caused the ...
 Millennium Post6 days ago Drugs, love affairs, impotency behind farmer suicides: Centre  India Today6 days ago Farmer suicides: Agriculture minister refers to NCRB report in his reply  News on Air5 days ago Siddhartha Nath Singh Defends Union Agriculture Minister's Farmer Suicide Remark  New Indian Express6 days ago
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4,000 killed on State roads in 2014

Comment · print · T T T+· T- National Crime Records Bureau data bring up unenviable statistics Data released earlier this month by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) show that 4,000 people were killed in 35,872 road accidents in ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Farm Deaths: NCRB Figure Shames Government

BHUBANESWAR:Even as the Odisha Government claims that farmer suicide is nil in the State, the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) indicates otherwise. In the latest report, it says at least 102 persons, self-employed in the agriculture sector, had ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Farmer suicides actually up if old methodology is used  Times of India1 week ago
New Indian Express

Realty May Soon Bite, TN Lacks Quality Checks For Buildings

CHENNAI:According to the National Crime Records Bureau, in figures recently released, Tamil Nadu has topped in the number of buildings that collapsed in the year 2014. Despite this, the State government has not moved to put in place a proper ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Battling life  The Hindu1 week ago Transgender Info Finally Makes Debut  New Indian Express1 week ago People in Sikkim can Now Dial 1800-345-3225 to Resolve Depression-Related Issues  Med India3 weeks ago
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Times of India

Rail accidents claimed 25,006 lives in 2014: NCRB

NEW DELHI: , a government report has said. The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report said 28,360 cases of 'railway accidents' were reported during the year, showing a decrease of 9.2% compared to 2013 (31,236 cases). The majority of ...
 Times of India1 week ago Maharashtra records maximum animal attack related cases: NCRB report  DNA India1 week ago Road accidents, not terrorists, kill most paramilitary troops  Times of India1 week ago 16 people killed every hour in road accidents in 2014: Report  Business Standard1 week ago
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Business Standard

5 reasons 67% drop in farm suicides in 6 years is far-fetched

According to the data by the National Crime Records Bureau, farmer suicides dropped 67% over six years to 2014 Devanik Saha | Indiaspend.com | New Delhi July 21, 2015 Last Updated at 15:55 IST With 25 farmers in Karnataka committing suicide in June, it ...
 Business Standard1 week ago NCRB farmer suicide data do not support UPA-type solutions to problem  Firstpost.com1 week ago No one believes NCRB's farmer suicide data, not even NCRB  Hindustan Times1 week ago Farmer suicides show over 50% drop as data collection methodology changes  Times of India1 week ago
Yourstory.in

National Crime Records Bureau: 15 suicides took place every hour in India in 2014

Maharashtra saw 16,307 suicide cases in 2014 followed by Tamil Nadu (16,122) and West Bengal (14,310), the data said.
 DNA1 week ago Where Indians are committing suicide—and why  Global Advisors1 week ago Indian families: Kabhi khushi, kabhi gun?  Times of India3 weeks ago 15 people commit suicide in India every hour; how troubled are we?  Yourstory.in1 week ago
Times of India

Ludhiana — third biggest killer on roads in India

test figures released by the National Crime Records Bureau has ranked Punjab industrial town Ludhiana as the third biggest killer on roads in India with road accidents witnessing an increase by 71.5 percent in 2014 as compared to 2013. The number ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago India's deadly roads likely to figure in PM's Mann ki Baat on Sunday  Times of India1 week ago Ludhiana roads deadliest in Punjab  Times of India1 week ago At 16 deaths/hour, Indian roads took most lives in '14  Economic Times1 week ago
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