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City dancer 'drugged, gangraped' in H'bad

Wednesday 8 January '14

The woman said the only thing she can recall is having the drink.
‘Surgical’ cuts on victim’s body lead cops to killer nurse

Tuesday 7 January '14

As many as 17 witnesses confirmed an extramarital affair was the intent, but it was one surgical knife that made it murder.
Ban on heavy vehicles reduces burden on express highways

Monday 6 January '14

Commute time cut by 40 minutes on EEH, by 20 minutes on WEH; traffic cops to continue ban
570 booked for drunk driving on New Year Eve

Thursday 2 January '14

Officers said every year, the highest number of drunk driving cases is recorded on December 31.
Bahrain envoy accused of assaulting housing society manager leaves India

Sunday 29 December '13

Another complaint was lodged on Thursday after Al Khaja allegedly threatened to kill the victim.
Bahrain envoy accused of assaulting housing society manager leaves India

Sunday 29 December '13

Another complaint was lodged on Thursday after Al Khaja allegedly threatened to kill the victim.
Two years on, ‘missed’ call reunites boy with his family

Tuesday 24 December '13

The boy went missing after his parents refused to buy him an Android phone.
Cops to focus on taxi, auto drivers who refuse fares

Thursday 19 December '13

According to traffic police statistics, in 2011, the traffic police had taken action against 22,021 drivers in an intensive drive.
Number of traffic offenders rises this year

Monday 16 December '13

Most of the violators were penalised in 2013 for rash driving, jumping signal, tinted glasses etc.
Human sacrifice: Tantrik, 5 others held

Sunday 15 December '13

A missing person’s complaint was filed by the son at the Vakola police station on November 16.
7/11 accused held in cheating case

Friday 13 December '13

Shaikh was earlier granted bail in the Malegaon blasts case, but was not released.
Borivali gangrape: Police to file five separate FIRs

Wednesday 11 December '13

The girl had gone to a BMC school in Borivali with her boyfriend.
Rescuer-at-large,for a charge

Sunday 8 December '13

As a child, Vishal Kolekar would tag along with anybody who was going to rescue animals in distress.
‘Wife’s killer had an affair with bar girl’

Friday 6 December '13

Police had found the victim’s body chopped into pieces, wrapped in duct tape, and stored in a fridge in the apartment’s kitchen.
Man kills wife, hacks body, arrested

Thursday 5 December '13

The victim’s grandmother resided in France, and used to send her money.
Man kills wife, puts body in fridge

Thursday 5 December '13

The team saw Khote sitting next to a severed leg in the bedroom, trying to wrap it with duct tape.
Oman businessman’s death accidental, says report

Tuesday 3 December '13

The reports of the tests point to an accidental fall, sources said.
Fines for drink-driving total Rs 20 cr in 5 years

Sunday 1 December '13

As many as 4,523 drivers were imprisoned for the offence this year.
Caught driving drunk? You may soon face ‘trial’ on spot

Thursday 28 November '13

Traffic police to also get 91 hi-tech breathalysers to intensify campaign.
Man who ‘raped daughter for 12 years’ arrested

Thursday 28 November '13

The Malwani police on Wednesday arrested a 50-year-old man, who had been allegedly raping his daughter for the past 12 years.


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