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Delhi HC asks UIDAI to file response on plea seeking biometric scan of unidentified bodies

The plea said despite registering biometrics and scanning more than 1 billion citizens at the Aadhaar Portal, the database was not being utilised for identifying the bodies.

'Wake up from deep slumber,' Rahul Gandhi tells Modi govt over atrocities against Dalits in BJP-ruled states

Rahul Gandhi's latest salvo came days after he accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of having an "anti-Dalit" mindset. 


MHA plans to link fingerprint, face recognition data from all police stations to central system

The first phase of CCTNS is nearing completion, with 14,500 of 15,500 police stations across the country being connected. Only Bihar, for various administrative reasons, is lagging behind, with close to 850 police stations yet to be linked to CCTNS.

Express RTI application: NCRB figures show highest suicide rates among Christians, Dalits, tribals

The NCRB data obtained by this newspaper (see page 2) shows that Christians have the highest suicide rate at 17.4, as compared to Hindus at 11.3

Sedition in Jharkhand: NCRB says 18 cases, cops say none

The NCRB report states that 176 cases were registered across the country in the “offences against the state” category in 2014.

Making a difference: Now, Maharashtra cops to become tech-savvy

All India Police Duty Meet is the first major achievement for Pune in the Computer Awareness convention and has raised the morale of the police personnel in the city.


December 16 gangrape case: The crimes juveniles commit

According to data released by the NCRB, 36.1 per cent of cases against juveniles were pending disposal in courts while seven per cent cases resulted in acquittals or were disposed of.

Communal incidents: Home ministry probes why its data is different from NCRB tally

The Indian Express had on Tuesday reported that communal violence figures for 2014 revealed by the government in Parliament were almost half compared to those recorded by the NCRB for the same year.

Housewives, daily wagers add up to a third of urban suicides

The data, collected from 53 cities across the country, examined 19,597 suicides across Indian cities, with housewives accounting for 3,501 while daily wagers for 3,460.

‘Women unaware of their rights under domestic violence Act’

A delegation of social activists had earlier met Shashi Panja, Minister of State for Women and Child Development and Social Welfare, and discussed the matter at length.

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