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40-year-old man commits suicide

A 40 year old man of Pratap Nagar area committed suicide by hanging himself in his room on

21 hours ago
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Trio accused of Murder for Loot of elderly woman arrested


Udaipur police busted 4th incidence of murder for loot after the trio, involved in the murder of an

1 week ago
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Minor boy commits suicide in Kanpur village

A 17 year old minor was found hanging in his house on Tuesday at Kanpur village. His father found

2 weeks ago
518 reads

On-Duty police constable hit by speeding truck


A police constable of Pratap Nagar police station was referred to Ahmedabad for treatment after he

1 month ago
278 reads

Thieves target house at Debari

Thieves targeted a house situated at Debari and stole silver ornaments on 23rd July. Police is

1 month ago
428 reads

Declared dead by relatives, Woman found Alive by police


A shocking incidence came in light on Wednesday morning at Kanpur area, Pratap Nagar after a woman

1 month ago
518 reads

17-year-old girl found hanged

A 17 year old girl was found hanging in her room on Wednesday morning at Math Madri, Pratap Nagar.

1 month ago
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Woman’s body parts found, Murderer arrested


A 56 year old man was arrested by Pratap Nagar police for brutally killing an elderly woman and

1 month ago
530 reads

One died, one injured in fatal hit-and-run accident

A road mishap took place between Eklingpura and Madri Industrial area where a man died on the spot

2 months ago
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Gamblers Arrested from across town in multiple Police Raids

To go with story 'India-gambling-archery-tradition'

In this photograph taken on February 2, 2013 an Indian bookie counts the day's earnings at an archery club in the north-eastern city of Shillong.    Every weekday afternoon in the picturesque Indian city of Shillong, dozens of men meet to play with bows and arrows, place bets and gamble, keeping a centuries-old tradition alive. The origins of the game, known simply as Siat Khnam or Shoot Arrow and played by men belonging to northeast India's Khasi tribe, are unclear.   AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT        (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

Udaipur police on Friday evening arrested 26 gamblers from various areas across the city and have

2 months ago