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Aligarh Police Twitter Account 'Hacked'; Hacker Retweets Objectionable Tweet

Aligarh Superintendent of Police has confirmed that unidentified miscreants had hacked the Aligarh Police's twitter handle. He further said that the hackers had retweeted a tweet from another handle which included an "objectionable cartoon". Reportedly, an FIR has been filed and the department has also reported the matter to Twitter. Further investigation is underway to trace the hackers. 

Sun, 18 Oct 2020 - 11:12 AM / by Shivam Chandrashekhar Kulkarni

Tags: Aligarh police, Hackers, Twitter, FIR

Courtesy: Times of India

Representational image of Protest against Crimes with women

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Home Ministry's Advisory Makes FIR Compulsory In Crime Against Women

The Home Ministry has directed the states and Union Territories for compulsory registration of FIRs and immediate police action in "crime against women". It instructed to complete the investigation process in two months and warned of stringent actions in case of failure. It also asked states to monitor the cases on Investigation Tracking System for Sexual Offences (ITSSO) for follow-ups. The ministry recommended SOPs, issued by Bureau of… read-more

Sat, 10 Oct 2020 - 05:25 PM / by Nitesh Kumar Singh

Tags: rape, crime against women, MHA, Hathras, UP Police, FIR, investigation

Courtesy: Tribune India

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Madhya Pradesh: Wife Lodges FIR Against Husband After Getting Triple Talaq

The Indore Police on October 5 informed that a woman has filed an FIR against her husband after getting 'triple talaq'. The police officials told that the 27-year-old wife had got the second marriage of her husband cancelled by revealing that he has already been married. Frustrated with this, the 30-year-old man gave his first wife 'triple talaq'. Reportedly, the police has booked the man under various sections.

Tue, 06 Oct 2020 - 11:13 AM / by Shivam Chandrashekhar Kulkarni

Tags: indore, Madhya Pradesh, FIR, Triple Talq

Courtesy: Times of India

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Hospital in Meerut Tampering Covid-19 Reports For Money

Video showcasing a Doctor providing Coronavirus Negative report for an amount of Rs 2,500 in Meerut's Private Hospital goes viral on social media and now has become a cause of concern for Health and Administration officials. FIR has been filed against the management at Lisadi Gate Police station. Furthermore, the District Magistrate has recommended to cancel the Licence and a probe has been ordered by Rajkumar Saini, CMO, Meerut.

Mon, 06 Jul 2020 - 01:20 PM / by Taniya Bazaz

Tags: Meerut , Covid-19, Covid-19 Test, fake report, FIR, Coronavirus

Courtesy: The Indian Express