National Crime Control Bureau (NCCB) is a name of crime killer team, operating across India with support of good officers and powerful legal team. It is an NGO that operates independently and playing a significant role in the Services of our Country and to make our Society crime free and safe."National Crime Control Bureau (NCCB) biggest crime fighter organisation"
NEW DELHI:Experts say will take 10 years, 42 crores to reverse the damage The country’s top environment court came down forcefully today on spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravii Shankar, stating,”You have no sense of responsibility. Do you think you have the liberty to say whatever you want?” Yesterday, Sri Sri said that if any damage has been caused to the environment by the huge three-day cultural festival he held on the banks of the River…"Sri Sri Ravi Shankar have No Sense Of Responsibility: Court"
NEW DELHI: Almost 20,000 women and children were victims of human trafficking in India in 2016, a rise of nearly 25 percent from the previous year, government data released on Thursday showed. The Ministry of Women and Child Development told parliament that 19,223 women and children were trafficked last year against 15,448 in 2015, with the highest number of victims recorded in the eastern state of West Bengal. Police officials attributed the rise to increased…"Almost 20,000 women, children trafficked in India in 2016: National Crime Control Bureau"
Many of us appear to believe that unless our respective religions and rituals associated with them are volubly demonstrated in public, we have somehow failed in performing our religious duty. Even festivals, which have no religious ceremony associated, such as Holi and Diwali are observed boisterously through the splashing of colours and bursting crackers at a deafening volume. Similarly Shia Muslims observe Muharram through self-flagellating processions and carrying Tazias down the street. But since loud…"Religious leaders must ask followers to tone down their rowdy behaviour"
The 16-year-old lies on her side on a mattress on the floor, unable to hold up her head. Her uncle props her up to drink water, but she can barely swallow. Her voice is so weak, he places his ear directly over her mouth to hear her. The girl, Souhayla, walked out of the most destroyed section of Mosul this month, freed after three years of captivity and serial rape when her Isis captor was…"Women raped daily by Isis are so damaged they are falling into deep sleeps and not getting up"
New Delhi: A story carried by the Times of India’s Ahmedabad edition about an apparent increase of “300%” in BJP president Amit Shah’s assets over the past five years was removed from the the paper’s website within hours of being published on Saturday. No explanation has been given and no editor is willing to take responsibility for having pulled the plug on the news item. The story, which reported how Shah’s assets had grown by…"Why Times of India and Zee Media DNA favouring BJP leaders??"
Apple is set to begin testing its 5G technology after the US Federal Communications Commission approved its application to work towards bringing the technology to masses. According to a report in Engadget on Thursday, Apple is targeting millimetre-wave broadband at higher frequency and smaller wavelength bands. Millimetre-wave technology helps in larger data transmission at faster speed. But to allow such larger data transmission go through, a direct line of sight is needed. There are already…"Apple gets nod to test its 5G technology"
Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain said that 1,216 people were arrested for crimes against women in trains during the period. New Delhi: The number of crimes against women in trains rose by 35 per cent during 2014-2016, the government informed Parliament on Friday. During 2014-2016, 1,607 cases of crimes against women passengers in trains were registered. 448 such cases were registered in 2014, 553 in 2015, 606 in 2016, Minister of State for…"Crimes against women in trains rose by 35 per cent during 2014-2016: National Crime Control Bureau"
NEW DELHI: Now, you can report cybercrime online. Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik on Wednesday launched a dedicated website for such cases. District cyber cells will automatically receive the complaints as soon as they are registered on the portal, www.cybercelldelhi.in, and initiate investigation. Eventually, there will be a cyber unit at each police station to deal with these cases. With this, Delhiites will no longer have to make rounds of police stations, the crime branch…"Filing cybercrime cases made easy in Delhi"