In a special drive against traffic violations, Ghaziabad police on Tuesday issued over 2,000 challans and recovered around Rs 1 lakh fine, an official said.
Four people are feared to have drowned after their call fell into the Ganga canal in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad.
The family members of two workers, who were charred to death in a fire at a factory unit in Tronica City industrial area two days ago, staged a sit-in with the bodies at Sabhapur checkpost here on Saturday demanding the arrest of the factory unit owner.
A man has been arrested in Ghaziabad for allegedly staging a robbery to kill his pregnant wife as he was having an extra-marital affair with his sister-in-law, the police on Wednesday.
A 35-year-old woman was allegedly strangled to death by four armed dacoits at her home in a village here when she raised an alarm early on Sunday, the police said.
A Ghaziabad man killed a local grocery store owner over an issue that involved Rs 250 due, police said.
Ghaziabad Police on Wednesday arrested three men for allegedly duping around 250 people for making fake visas.
Six people including an elderly woman and five children were on Monday killed due to a short circuit at their house in Ghaziabad's Loni.
Mobile internet services have been suspended in Ghaziabad for 24 hours from 10 pm on Thursday in view of violent protests against the new citizenship law in parts of Uttar Pradesh, an official said.
A man, in an inebriated state, crushed the leg of a filling station worker under his SUV, police said on Saturday.
The Anti Terrorism Squad of the Uttar Pradesh Police today arrested a person from Ghaziabad with high quality Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) having a face value of Rs 2.49 lakh.
The police on Monday arrested two women for allegedly conspiring and informing the police about a fake gang-rape case in Ghaziabad's Masuri district in order to acquire compensation amount from the government.
In a macabre twist to the recent incident of the death of a Ghaziabad businessman and his family, details have emerged that Gulshan Vasudeva showed his dead kids to his friend over a video call before jumping to his death.
In one of the last conversations before a factory owner in Ghaziabadjumped from his eighth floor flat along with his wife andanother woman on Tuesday morning, he had called up a business associate to apologise. The garment trader had made the call after he had allegedly slit the throat of his children.
A factory owner and his wife allegedly slit their children's throats before jumping from their eighth floor balcony at an apartment complex in Ghaziabad near Delhi this morning. The couple died but another woman who also jumped is believed to be in a critical state in hospital.