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Three years since the slogan no fear after today spread through Tunisia, police and security forces still operate without any meaningful accountability. In October, photos surfaced of the savagely beaten body of 32 year old Tunisian man Walid Denguir
Law enforcement agencies have also become victims of target killing on a regular basis. Those (law enforcers) who were supposed to provide security to civilians are themselves not secure, and seem helpless in front of the terrorists and criminals. As
16 December 2013 11:33 PM Baby Murphy was lucky...She was still less than an hour old when she was found by no-doubt-surprised employees. It's important to note that the person who left the baby did not, technically, satisfy the requirements of Texas'
A year into the December 16 gang rape and murder, opinion is divided whether anything has changed at all. One year is too short for fundamental changes but a perceptible shift is a sense of caution among some men, especially those in power and who
U nder severe attack after the December 16 gang rape, Delhi police took a slew of steps like setting up helplines and women help desks at police stations to ensure women's safety but there is no let up in the crimes against them which have actually
The Chandigarh Police on Saturday organised 'know your case' scheme at all the police stations in the city. The motive of the exercise was to bring greater transparency and accountability in police functioning. Citizens visited police stations
The police fired at demonstrators who were protesting against an alleged custodial death of a 30-year-old trader One youth was killed and five others were injured on Friday after the police fired at demonstrators protesting against an alleged
It will have jurisdiction over annexed Corporation areas The jurisdiction of Madurai City police has become coterminus with the Madurai Corporation with effect from December 10, 2013. A Government Order (4D) No.124 to this effect was issued by Home
In a final verdict issued by the Khasab Appeal Court, 30 Omani nationals accused of firing celebratory shots in the air at a wedding and later trespassing at Taybat and Khasab police stations, were awarded one-and-a-half-year long jail terms.
While Wednesday was an informative excursion for a group of students from government-run and private schools, Saturday was a test of talent for them both, courtesy, the Chennai city police and NGO Tulir. In commemoration of World Day for Prevention