UP, Delhi police must learn from Telangana police: Mayawati on Hyderabad encounter
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief and former Uttar Pradesh c...
Hyderabad case: All 4 gang rape accused killed in police encounter
All four people accused in the rape and murder of woman veterinarian in Telangana have been killed in an encounter with the police. The doct...
4 accused in Hyderabad rape-murder case killed in encounter: Telangana Police
The accused were killed early Friday morning when they allegedly tried to escape from Chatanpally near Shadnagar, about 50 km from Hyderabad.
IIT Hyderabad to collaborate with Japanese Institutions for research in Earthquake Engineering
For earthquake engineering, the institute is collaborating with National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience, which has various branched in Japan and is headquartered in Tsukuba. The collaboration aims to establish a high-level cooperative framework for both institutions in earthquake engineering.
Government sets in motion process to revamp criminal laws
The new structure and content of criminal laws will be citizen centric, reflect the aspirations of a modern democracy and provide for speedy justice, especially to the weaker sections of society, said an official. The BPRD may undertake review of the laws such as the IPC, CrPC, Indian Evidence Act and the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.
Parliament expresses concern over rape and murder in Hyderabad
Following the Nirbhaya incident in Delhi in 2011, the punishment for rape was made harsher, including capital punishment in some cases. Juvenile accused over 16 can be treated as an adult and tried too.
Jaya Bachchan wants Hyderabad vet's rapists lynched
Jaya Bachchan who stood up to speak amid rage over the Telangana incident, in which four men have been accused of raping and murdering the veterinarian on Wednesday night, said that not just name and shame, but perhaps lynching, though too extreme, would be the only way to put an end for once and all to such crimes against women
Oppo takes startup route to build local services; says filed 5G patents from India
The handset maker had recently inked agreements with Telangana and Kerala state governments to develop and support start-ups and entrepreneurs working in areas specific to image processing, battery, 5G networks, payments, Artificial Intelligence, and gaming.
Hyderabad rape-murder case- Culprits should be hanged till death, says victim's father
Hyderabad, Dec 03 (ANI): While speaking to ANI in an exclusive interview, father of the woman veterinarian who was raped and murdered in Tel...
Telangana govt to set up fast track court to try woman vet case
The government designated the court of First Additional District and Sessions Judge in Mahabubnagar district as special court for speedy trial of the case.
Intel plans to add over 1000 people at new Hyderabad unit
Intel’s Hyderabad facility, which employs 400 people with emerging technology skills is set to hire more than 1000 employees to foster entrepreneurship and a research mindset. Employees at the new facility will focus on critical global products and technologies across next generation SoCs, graphics, hardware platforms and software.
Russia supplies fuel to India’s oldest nuclear power plant
TVEL, fuel division of Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation, has been supplying uranium fuel pellets for Tarapur on a regular basis in 2019. The total volume of the fuel pellets supplied to India for Tarapur in 2019 exceeded 50 tons. The pellets will be used for fabrication of nuclear fuel assemblies for the Tarapur Nuclear Power Plant.
‘Act has brought shame to entire country’: Rajnath Singh on Hyderabad rape-murder case
New Delhi, Dec 02 (ANI): Defence Minister Rajnath Singh in Lok Sabha on rape and murder of woman veterinary doctor asserted that the act has...
Rising cases of rape: Centre says ready to explore stringent provisions in law
Responding to a discussion during Zero Hour in the wake of the rape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad, Rajnath Singh said he was falling short of words to condemn the heinous crime. "We are ready for discussions in the House so that stringent provisions in laws could be explored to give punishment to those involved in such ghastly incidents," he said.
Lok Sabha members raise issue of rising rape cases in country
As soon as proceedings began, Congress members displayed posters and raised the Hyderabad rape case. They were also joined by members from the DMK and BSP, among others. Noting that the House is also concerned, Speaker Om Birla told members that the matter can be discussed during the Zero Hour and decided to continue with the Question Hour.
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