Hyderabad News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday November 25, 2015
Hyderabad Police has claimed to have busted a counterfeit currency racket with the arrest of four students, including one from Bangladesh, and seized fake notes with a face value of Rs 3.81 lakh allegedly from them.
Delhi News | Reported by Alok Pandey, Bhairavi Singh, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Saturday June 13, 2015
A group of students threw eggs at former Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar of the Aam Aadmi Party as he was brought by the Delhi Police to the Tilka Manjhi Bhagalpur University in Bihar's Bhagalpur on Friday.
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Sunday May 17, 2015
In a recent inspection of schools carried out by the Delhi government, it was found that admissions under economically weaker section (EWS) category were given without proper verification and in some cases students were admitted on the basis of forged and fake income certificates.
India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 24, 2014
The then station house officer of Shastri Nagar police station Shamse Alam was today sentenced to death by a local court for a fake encounter in which three students were shot dead claiming them to be dacoits, 12 years ago.
South | Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 1, 2014
A man was arrested today for allegedly threatening some college students with a fake pistol and making a futile attempt to rob them.
Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Wednesday February 27, 2013
The Maharashtra State Board's counsellors, who man the helplines, were inundated with phone calls from Monday afternoon till Tuesday evening from 250 worried students appearing for the HSC exams. Students were calling in after they had received an SMS asking them to call the helpline demanding for a re-examination of the Physics paper that took pla...
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 23, 2012
A city magistrate today rejected a Gujarat government plea seeking transfer of the nine accused in the Sohrabuddin Shaikh fake encounter case to a jail in the neighbouring state, as they faced danger to their lives from the banned Students' Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday July 25, 2012
A total of about 63,000 fake students entered Britain in 2011, and 59 per cent of the total number of Indian pupils were bogus, a report by a British campaign group said on Wednesday.
Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Tuesday January 3, 2012
With the arrest of two past pupils of a Navi Mumbai college last week, the local police have busted a major fake certificate racket flourishing in the satellite city. Koparkhairane cops were led to the two forgers -Mohammad Ishaq (23) and Mohammad Salim (25) -- after they nabbed five third-year B Com students of R F Naik College in Navi Mumbai, for...
India News | NDTV Correspondent | Friday September 16, 2011
It's an alarming trend. Despite Rs 27,000 being spent on education by the Mahrashtra government, the money, it seems, is not translating into better educational facilities for the students. Instead, in the Nanded district of Maharashtra, schools are getting fake students to show bigger numbers. In fact many schools here, one of five students here e...
India News | mid-day.com | Monday June 27, 2011
Fake certificates racket kingpin says he started out on the trade after a close associate was denied admission due to the quota system.Himanshu Gupta, the kingpin of the gang who produced fake caste certificates, had hit on the idea three years back after one of his best friends was denied admission by a college of the Delhi University."My friend w...
India News | NDTV Correspondent | Saturday June 25, 2011
After Delhi University's sky high cut offs hit the headlines, yet another controversy has emerged from the campus. Delhi police's crime branch has busted a gang selling fake caste certificates to students seeking admission to the Capital's top colleges.The certificates were sold to students for five lakh rupees each.Delhi university has already bee...
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 22, 2011
An Asian-origin law student in Britain has been sentenced by a court to two years in jail for falsely claiming that she was raped, a media report said.Nineteen-year-old Aisha Mather of Hertford Road, Stevenage, told police that she was raped by a man who followed her into an address on North Sherwood Street in Nottingham in January this year, the '...
Pune News | mid-day.com | Wednesday February 2, 2011
If you are an MBA student, be careful the next time you get a job offer by email. It might be a fake offer designed to lighten your pocket. Bogus offer letters from reputed Indian companies are landing in the inboxes of MBA students in the city. More than a dozen of MBA students from Sinhagad Institute have got such fake mails from companies like T...
Cities | Puja Pednekar, DNA | Sunday November 14, 2010
One small class, no professors, a small, 10-feet room that serves as the administration office; this is not what 200 graduate students had signed up for when they applied to the Zoroastrian College at Fort.But, when the academic year began, the students found out that the college was only a front office that allegedly offered bogus degrees from for...
World News | NDTV Correspondent | Thursday January 28, 2010
A group of Indian students residing in Melbourne were assaulted by about 15 Australian men who entered the house of these Indian students unprovoked. The attackers were also carrying a fake gun threatening to kill the Indian students.
India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday January 5, 2010
A local committee has ruled that parents would not pay school fees during the boycott of classes in Manipur since September last year to protest the alleged killing of a youth by police commandos in a fake encounter.
India News | Kishalay Bhattacharjee | Saturday December 26, 2009
Manipur's classrooms have been empty since August in protest over an alleged fake encounter in Imphal.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday September 4, 2009
Cases of Indian students being duped by fake universities in Australia had come to light in a petition filed.
World News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 19, 2009
Australia is likely to bring laws to protect overseas students from "fake" operators in the USD 12 billion international education sector.