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‘Paranoia’ over cellphone use lands murder suspect in net

Tuesday 26 November '13

The first breakthrough came when the police picked up Manoria in Ahmedabad.
Cylinders, stove stolen from sketch artist’s house

Thursday 21 November '13

A case of robbery has been registered at the Kurar police station.
Year after row over FB post, Palghar girls have ‘moved on’

Monday 18 November '13

While Shaheen Dhada and Rinu Srinivasan prepare for marriage and a career in music respectively, the memories of November 18, 2012, are still fresh.
Message sender traced to Pune

Friday 15 November '13

Police said a link of students from whom the paper was passed on to the complainant’s friend had been identified.
For Mumbai police, a gruelling time ahead

Saturday 9 November '13

A senior officer said, “The processions will also attract people from outside Mumbai and we will take no chances.”
Sachin’s last bow: Police, BMC flooded with ‘ticket’ requests

Friday 8 November '13

The Wankhede Stadium has a capacity of nearly 33,000.
DNA test, auto driver’s statement helped cops identify Chembur victim

Thursday 7 November '13

The victim who has been identified as Kanta Shetty and the accused from Chembur were in a relationship.
Police secure Wankhede ahead of Sachin’s last Test match

Thursday 7 November '13

A four-tier security system has been devised for Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th and final Test match.
Chembur murder: DNA test, auto driver helped identify victim

Thursday 7 November '13

The victim, identified as Kanta Shetty, and the accused, Prabhakar Shetty, were in a relationship.
‘Every citizen must know dos and don’ts in case of a disaster’

Monday 4 November '13

Alok Avasthy, Commandant of the 5th Battalion of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), speaks about a year that saw five major building collapses and about the work that remains to be done for ...
I was taken to hospital on top of 3 bodies in a truck, says Shahapur accident survivor

Thursday 31 October '13

Dr Jerome D’Cunha would not have been aboard the ill-fated bus that met with an accident in Shahapur, Thane district, on September 7, had his seat on another bus not allegedly been sold by the travel ...
Tech-savvy lessons

Sunday 27 October '13

The first phase of the project has reached out to nearly 10,500 children from classes I-X
‘I had no idea that he meant so much to so many people’

Tuesday 22 October '13

Aditya never returned home after may 13 when he was abducted by his cousin
Cops bank on CCTV footage to nail accused

Tuesday 22 October '13

CCTV footage stills from various spots in the city and Navi Mumbai form a separate annexure of the chargesheet
‘Whistleblower’ was suspended after ACB probe in 2012

Friday 18 October '13

Laxman Rambhau Damse, the suspended deputy commissioner of Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), was probed by the Anti Corruption Bureau.
572 people arrested in 414 traps laid by ACB

Thursday 17 October '13

Maximum cases registered against cops, revenue dept officials this year.
'Leopards avoid humans; they attack when stressed or injured'

Monday 7 October '13

Vidya Athreya, group coordinator and a wildlife biologist with Centre for Wildlife Studies (CWS) and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) of India-Bangalore, Sunetro Ghosal, an anthropologist and ...
A murder in cold blood, solved 16 years later

Tuesday 1 October '13

Sixteen years ago, a mill worker who lost his job hatched a plot with his drinking buddy and murdered a housewife in cold blood.
Was not easy to track down accused: Police

Tuesday 1 October '13

Police officers, during investigation, learnt that Tanaji and Maya were now working as ‘nurses’ for the terminally ill.
'Crowd control at Dockyard Rd was better than it was at Mumbra'

Monday 30 September '13

Alok Avasthy, talks about the disaster that claimed 60 lives and injured 33.


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