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Ahmedabad, Surat turning into nation’s cybercrime hotspots: IIT-K report
Gujarat, specifically Ahmedabad and Surat, are emerging as hotspots for cybercrime in India, according to a white paper by the Future Crime Research Foundation (FCRF). The report analyzed cybercrime incidents across the country and identified 83 small towns and cities in 18 states that are rapidly becoming hubs for cybercriminals. The most common types of cybercrime identified were online financial fraud, hacking, and impersonation. Poor KYC rules, recruitment of unemployed individuals, and the use of virtual private networks (VPNs) were cited as major reasons for the proliferation of cybercriminals in these areas.
Senior fire service officer placed under suspension
S Vijayasekar, the Additional Director of Tamil Nadu Fire and Rescue Services (TNFRS), has been suspended after being charged with corruption by the Directorate of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption. A chargesheet has already been filed against Vijayasekar, who is accused of amassing 24 lakhs in unaccounted wealth between 2006 and 2010. This amount represents approximately 63.66% of his accumulated wealth during that period.
Man held over fake ACB raid, looting cash, valuables worth Rs 35 lakh in Navi Mumbai
The mastermind behind a home robbery in Navi Mumbai, where cash and valuables worth Rs 35 lakh were stolen, has been arrested. The gang, posing as Anti-Corruption Bureau officials, entered the complainant’s house and threatened the victim’s wife. The Navi Mumbai police had already arrested 11 people in connection with the crime and were searching for the mastermind, Amit Varik. They apprehended Varik in Chandansar, Virar, with the help of the local police.