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Man planned own murder for insurance payout: Rajasthan Police

According to the police, their investigation so far suggests Kharol planned his own murder in order to ensure that his family members could get an insurance payout of Rs 50 lakh.

Rajasthan: Cop warned for ‘bribe’ in pre-wedding video

The video uploaded on YouTube was removed on Tuesday. Sub-inspector Dhanpat Singh, who was seen in the video, has been issued a warning, senior officials from the police headquarters said.


Fourth accused in Rakbar lynching case arrested

Alwar SP Parish Deshmukh said that Vijay Kumar, 25, was arrested from Jaipur. Meanwhile, advocate Ashok Kumar Sharma has been hired as a Special Public Prosecutor by the Ashok Gehlot-let state government.

Rajasthan: Father of Dalit man beaten to death ‘commits suicide’

The family of Rattiram Jatav, 60, said that despite repeated requests, the police did not arrest the men accused of murdering his son Harish last month.

Jaipur clash: Internet still suspended

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had on Wednesday issued an appeal to the people to maintain peace and communal harmony and asked them not to pay heed to rumours.

Jaipur clashes: Five arrested, Internet blocked in 10 police station areas

Police officers said 15 people were injured in the clash and internet services continue to remain suspended in the jurisdiction area of 10 police stations in the wake of the clash.


'Love is not crime': Rajasthan Police tweets after state passes law to tackle honour killing

B L Soni, the additional director general of CID (Crime Branch), said the social media campaign was for creating awareness about the government's legislation against honour killings.

Rajasthan: ‘Rape victim’ who set herself on fire dies, police say no proof of rape yet

In a complaint lodged on June 5, the woman alleged that a relative raped her four years ago. She had said that the accused visited her home when her husband, who was in the Army, was away.

Toe nails missing, arm bruised, gangraped Dalit woman asks: Why would I make up case, risk threat?

The 35-year-old Dalit woman, a mother of four, has accused policemen at a Churu police station of keeping her in illegal custody for seven days, gangraping her, and killing her brother-in-law in front of her.

Rajasthan Police moves court to re-examine case against Pehlu Khan’s sons

Khan and his companions — including his sons — were attacked by cow vigilantes in Alwar for transporting cattle on April 1, 2017. Khan died two days later, with the incident resulting in nationwide outrage.