Press Trust of India | Saturday May 18, 2013, United Nations
An Indian police unit in the Democratic Republic of Congo has received the UN Peacekeeping Medal for its "high level of commitment" towards fighting criminals and maintaining peace in the African nation's troubled east.
Gujarat police on Friday launched its most ambitious emergency response system - 'Help Emergency Assistance Rescue Terminal' (HEART) - a helpline which will enable women to seek immediate help of police through mobile phones in times of emergency.
Faced with several complaints against cartoon channels for showing scenes which are unsuitable for children, the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) has asked broadcasters whose primary viewership is children to exercise greater caution in selecting content.
South-west monsoon on Friday made a debut in the Andaman Sea and parts of Bay of Bengal, setting the stage for the four-month rainfall season crucial for India's agriculture-based economy.
A day after Delhi Police commissioner Neeraj Kumar said that the "mastermind" of the IPL spot-fixing operation is abroad, the role of the Mumbai underworld in the latest betting scandal to hit Indian cricket is coming in for close scrutiny.
Press Trust of India | Friday May 17, 2013, Singapore
A Singaporean Indian was on Friday sentenced to 24 months jail for molesting a 13-year-old boy at his home.
In a big blow to the Central Bureau of Investigation or CBI, a senior official of the agency has been arrested by its own vigilance unit for soliciting a bribe.
Indo-Asian News Service | Friday May 17, 2013, Sunyani
Armed robbers have killed a 27-year-old Indian in western Ghana, the police said here Friday. Two people have been arrested.
Girls have once again outperformed boys in this year's ICSE Class-X and ISC Class-XII examinations, the results for which were declared today.
After weeks of methodically sniffing the clues and following the signs, police ensured that the after-party following the Rajasthan Royals versus Mumbai Indians match on Wednesday ended in jail for three cricketers, tainted with spot-fixing allegations.