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Chennai: Class VIII dropout dupes multiple women by posing as fake cop, arrested

Rajesh, a class VIII dropout, had been running a bogus telemarketing firm named 'Kavins Management Solutions' for the past three years in Chennai. He was nabbed by police in the Tiruppur district of Tamil Nadu.

Chennai: Section of Anna Salai is now two-way on trial basis

The stretch between Anna Flyover and LIC Building has been opened for two-way traffic for a two-day trial by the Greater Chennai Traffic Police.


Chennai police announces steeper fines for traffic violations

The amount of fines for traffic violations have been raised in a bid to enforce adherence to traffic rules in Chennai.

Chennai traffic police: No helmet? Pay Rs 1,000 fine

In line with the recently passed Motor Vehicles Amendment Bill, 2019, the traffic police is informing the public that it will soon begin imposing a hefty fine on those violating the helmet rule in the city.

Chennai police offer online police verification of domestic helps, tenants

The service is being offered by the police to verify the background of individuals before employing them for work in Chennai.

Chennai cop assault: Four accused booked under Goondas Act

The accused men were identified as M Mohammed Rizwan (35), K Mohammed Nowshad Ali (31), D Sulaiman (33), M Afsar Hussain (36). 


Watch video: Four youths beat up cop in Chennai, arrested

Karthikeyan, a Chennai policeman attached to the R-4 Soundarapandianar Angadi Police Station, who was on patrol duty on Kodambakkam highway, was attacked by miscreants on June 13. 

Chennai: Homosexual arrested for chopping off genitals of two men

The homosexual, who used to loiter near the Retteri flyover was in the habit of luring men coming out of a bar at night and had a physical relationship with them, the police said.

Video of police thrashing 21-year-old youth: Yet another example of Tamil Nadu's 'bad policing'

In the video, M Prakash, 21-year-old driver who works with a city firm was seen forcefully held close to an electric pole, while two other policemen assaulted him. His mother and sister, meanwhile, pleaded for help.

Binu Pappachan who eluded police for a week turns himself in, says he is not a big rowdy

Binu Pappachan, who is from Kerala and started off as a tea seller in Chennai, is now accused of running a network for extortion, kidnapping and kangaroo courts, mostly for land disputes.