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India's wholesale price inflation at 6.55% in February

*New Delhi*: India's annual rate of inflation based on wholesale prices rose to 6.55 per cent in February 2017 from 5.25 per cent in the previous month, official data showed on..

Dalit JNU scholar who was found dead had led Rohith Vemula movement

dalit jnu scholar who was found dead had led rohith vemula movement
*New Delhi:* The Dalit JNU scholar who allegedly committed suicide had previously been a student of the Hyderabad University and was at the forefront of the movement against the varsity's..

mid-day editorial: Let's make the workplace a safe haven for all

mid-day editorial: let's make the workplace a safe haven for all
A digital entertainment start-up is in the news for what reports claim, is condoning and promoting sexual harassment at the workplace. An anonymous post by an ex-employee has accused the CEO of..

Nothing shady in Panaya deal: Infy

*Infosys on Monday refuted a whistleblower's allegation that it had bought Israeli firm Panaya at an inflated price.* Infosys favoured the software firm only because CEOVishal Sikka was earlier..
Deccan Herald

No one checks background of cash van drivers in city

*Anyone can sign up to drive a cash van that ferries crores in public money. No questions asked, and no police verification required.* The Rs 1.37-crore heist involving a security agency driver last..
Deccan Herald

Another van driver flees with cash in city

*The driver of a van carrying new currency sped away with Rs 20 lakh on Saturday evening. * The haul was in Rs 2,000 denomination. Ceaban Hussain Mazumder, a native of Assam, pulled off the heist..
Deccan Herald

ATM money heist: driver's relative detained

*The city police have detained Patrick, a relative of Dominic Selvaraj Roy, for questioning in connection with the Rs 1.37-crore heist.* Deputy Commissioner of Police (West)MNAnucheth told DH that..
Deccan Herald

Demonetization: Police nab van driver who escaped with Rs 1.37 crore

Rs 12.92 lakh is still untraced.

Bengaluru driver who fled with Rs 1.37 cr arrested

​Dominic Roy had no cash with him when he was arrested, police said. He had driven away currency-filled vehicle from KG Road near Majestic in west Bengaluru on November 23.
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Zee NewsDNAIndia Today

ATM heist- Cash van driver arrested in Bengaluru

Dominic Selvaraj Roy who had fled with Rs 1.37 crore cash meant for an ATM has been arrested from K R Puram in Bengaluru on Tuesday.

Currency demonetisation: Meet Bengaluru’s Bunty aur Babli

The ATM van driver from Bengaluru, who ran away with Rs 1.37 crore is still on the run; while his wife, a partner in the crime, surrendered before Bengaluru police on Sunday after her lawyer said that..

Bengaluru ATM cash heist: Van driver arrested

*The van driver of a logistics agency, who had allegedly fled with Rs 1.37 crore cash collected from banks here, was today apprehended, police said.* This comes a day after the drivers wife was..
Deccan Herald

Driver's wife surrenders, returns Rs 79 lakh to cops

*Five days after a van driver fled with Rs 1.37 crore, his wife gave herself up and returned a major part of the loot.* Evelyn Mary Roy (40), a resident of Lingarajapuram and wife of Dominic..
Deccan Herald

Bengaluru ATM theft: Wife of cash van driver arrested, police recover Rs 79.8 lakh

Wife of the man, who fled with cash van containing Rs 1.37 crore, was today arrested by Bengaluru Police.
India Today

ATM cash van driver Selvaraj's wife arrested

*ATM cash van driver Selvarajs wife who was found missing from her residence has been arrested by Bengaluru police. * Of the Rs 1.37 crore, 79.8 lakhs has recovered by Police. The police had found..
Deccan Herald

Breakthrough eludes police in three major cash heist cases

*The police are yet to achieve a breakthrough in connection with the theft of Rs 92 lakh from the Bank of India premises on November 23.* Dominic Selvaraj Roy, 45, an employee with Secure Transit, a..
Deccan Herald

Conned realtors yet to reveal money source

*The JPNagar police have intensified their operation to arrest three conmen who posed as Central Crime Branch (CCB) police and robbed realtors of Rs 83 lakh on Thursday.* "There are definite leads..
Deccan Herald

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