The death of 22-year-old techie Archana Pandya, who was killed in a hit-and-run on the Western Express Highway last year in May, still remains unsolved
A school bus driver ferrying children to a school in Vasai hit a biker on Tuesday morning and sped off without stopping to help. The police have arrested the driver and he is now in judicial custody
A 54-year-old constable suffered minor injuries when his bike was hit by a woman's car. He was immediately taken to Shatabdi Hospital, where he received five stitches to his face
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, whose production company Phantom Films has collaborated with Cineman Productions for the Gujarati movie "Wrong side Raju", says it's a pleasure to back a good script.
After lulia Vantur entered Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s life, it's changed for the better. After getting acquitted in the hit-and-run case, now Salman has now been acquitted by the Rajasthan High Court in two cases related to poaching of Chinkaras in Jodhpur in 1998.
A 22-year-old biker, convicted in a hit-and-run case, had appealed against his 3-month sentence; a Sessions court upheld the conviction, but keeping in mind the convict’s career prospects, reduced the sentence till the rising of court
The Supreme Court rejected a plea filed by a man, who was injured in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan, challenging the Bollywood star's acquittal by the Bombay High Court
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday admitted a plea by the Maharashtra government challenging the acquittal of Hindi film star Salman Khan in a 2002 hit-and-run case
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In an unprecedented ruling, the teenager will face trial for 'heinous' crime
In the first prosecution under the amended Juvenile Justice Act, a minor accused in the Mercedes hit-and-run case in which a 33-year-old Delhi business consultant was killed in April this year will be tried as an adult
A man, who was injured in the 2002 hit-and-run case involving actor Salman Khan, yesterday moved the Supreme Court challenging the Bollywood star’s acquittal by the Bombay High Court
In yet another hit-and-run case, two women of a family were killed after they were hit by a speeding Innova in Greater Noida on Wednesday. The deceased were identified as Shanti (70) and her granddaughter Geeta (15)
Ghulfam Ali, who was critically injured after he was hit by a speeding BMW car in Noida near Delhi on Saturday died in the hospital late night.
An AC mechanic, who was critically injured when a speeding BMW rammed into three motorcycles here, died at Safdarjung hospital last night, police said today
Four people were injured after being run over by a speeding BMW car near a stadium in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, on Saturday. This accident comes days after a speeding Mercedes in north Delhi's civil lines area killed a person.
Let us have a look at the major hit-and-run cases in India where the offenders have violated rules to the core: The latest one being the Mercedes hit-and-run case in Delhi's posh Civil Lines area where a juvenile hit a marketing executive while on a night out with his friends. Actor Salman Khan killed one and injured four others while driving under the influence of alcohol as he ran over his speeding car on the pavement of a road in Mumbai's Bandra area 13 years ago. Sanjeev Nanda, then a Wharton Business School student, and the son of industrialist Suresh Nanda ran his car over six people, including three policemen, in Gurgaon in 1999.
A court sent the father of a minor, who killed a 33-year-old business consultant after hitting him with his speeding Mercedes car here four days ago, to one day police custody
Hoping to get justice for his son, father of Mercedes-hit-and-run case victim Hemraj Sharma on Saturday said the police are now in action. He also thanked the media and everyone who supported them.