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Where are the achhe din , asks Gogoi
The Telegraph

Rural stress affects farmers even in prosperous states

According to the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) data, nearly 64 per cent of all farmer suicides in the country in 2013 took place in the four states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, raising the question: why is rural stress ... Smart Investor, 16 hours ago
Where are the achhe din , asks Gogoi The Telegraph, 1 week ago
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7 Highly Effective Self Defence Accessories For Women

Rape is the fourth most common crime in India. According to the National Crime Records Bureau 2013 annual report, 24,923 rape cases were reported across India in 2012. Out of these, 24,470 were committed by someone known to the victim (98% of the cases). Source: NCRB According to Rediff Labs, Madhya Pradesh reported the highest number of rape cases (3,425), Rajasthan ranks second with 2,049 cases followed by West Bengal (2,046) and Uttar Pradesh (1,963). Mizoram constituency has ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Ice's chilling edge to crime statistics  PSNews1 week ago MHA to urge cabinet to restore funds for Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Services  Economic Times2 weeks ago ​The social worker in the cop car  CBS News3 weeks ago
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Government generalises tribal-issues, says attacks on tribals in same range as other sections

Citing the provisional monthly statistics of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), Tribal Minister Jual Oram said a total of 11, 233 cases were reported under crimes committed against people belonging to Scheduled Tribes during 2014. Replying to ...
 Jagran Post4 days ago PTI - RS-TRIBALS - Attacks on tribals in same range as other sections: Govt  Namibia Press Agency4 days ago Attacks on Tribals in Same Range As Other Sections: Govt  Outlook India4 days ago

Rajiv Ranjan Verma is DG, RPF

Read more on: director general | Indo-Tibetan Border Police | IPS officer | Krishna Chaudhary | National Crime Records Bureau | Railway Protection Force | Rajiv Ranjan Verma Rajiv Ranjan Verma, an IPS officer of 1978 batch Bihar cadre has been ...
 EGov Online1 week ago Rajiv Ranjan Verma appointed DG, Railway Protection Force  Economic Times1 week ago Rajiv Ranjan Verma appointed DG, RPF  Press Trust of India1 week ago PTI - RPF - Rajiv Ranjan Verma appointed DG, RPF  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Firstpost.com

Action taken in Cases of Honour Killings

As per information provided by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), collection of data on honour killings has started since January, 2014 on monthly basis. A total of 18 cases were registered under Honour Killing during 2014. Hence there is no ...
 Business Standard1 month ago 10 cases reported; Min calls suicide a crime  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago People in Haryana don't commit suicide': Minister Dhankar defends remark on farmer suicides  Firstpost.com4 days ago 309 acid attack cases in 14, 300% rise in 3 yrs  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Undertrials and Convicted Persons in Jail

As per the data compiled by the National Crime Records Bureau at the end of 2013, there were 4,11,992 inmates in the jails of the country, out of which the number of convict prisoners was 1,29,608 and the number of undertrials was 2,78,503. ‘Prisons’ is a ...
 PIB1 month ago Nearly 21% of undertrials from Muslim community: Government  Economic Times2 months ago Conviction Under SC/ST Act  PIB2 months ago Nearly 21 pc of undertrials from Muslim community: Govt  Deccan Herald2 months ago

National Crime Records Bureau celebrates its 30th Raising Day tomorrow

The 30th Raising Day celebration of National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) will be held tomorrow at the CRPF Officer’s Institute, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. The Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Shri Kiren Rijiju will grace the occasion as the Chief ...
 PIB1 month ago National Crime Records Bureau to celebrates 30th Raising Day on Wednesday  Zee News1 month ago

Increase in Crimes Against Children

As per information available with the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), a total of 33,052 cases, 38,172 cases and 58,224 cases were registered under crime against children during 2011-2013 respectively, showing an increasing trend. The increase in ...
 PIB1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

Soon city will have 1 rowdy for every cop

At present there are 13,000 policemen in city, and according to crime records bureau, there were 9,460 rowdies on March 2015 Anytime this year or in the early part of the next, the number of registered rowdies and proclaimed goondas will be more ...
 Bangalore Mirror6 days ago Red Alert! Soon Bengaluru Will Have 1 Thug For Every Cop In The City  Indiatimes5 days ago Soon Bengaluru Will Have 13000 Thugs Matching The Number Of Cops In The City  Indiatimes5 days ago
IBNLive India News

PIL in SC for probe into hanging of farmer during AAP rally

#Aam Aadmi Party #Crime Records Bureau #NCRB Press Trust of India | Sun Apr 26, 2015 | 11:11 IST #Dausa #Rajasthan Days after a farmer from Rajasthan allegedly hanged himself during an Aam Aadmi Party rally ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago Farmer's deaths: PIL in SC seeks judicial enquiry  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago PIL seeks judicial probe into farmer's suicide  Millennium Post6 days ago Plea in SC for probe into farmer's suicide during AAP rally  Firstpost.com1 week ago
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