Bangalore, Hyderabad new hot spots for crime.

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  1. bob-bobby

    bob-bobby Extinct or Banned!

    NEW DELHI: While Delhi remains the country's crime capital, albeit a little less so with reduced incidence, the crime graph is rising in the IT hubs of Bangalore and Hyderabad, latest figures released officially show.

    In Bangalore, though the rise in IPC crimes between 2001 and 2003 was only 7 per cent in areas falling in the urban district, in the rural, the increase was a disturbing 42 per cent – up from 5,209 to 7,409.

    Between 2001 and 2003, Hyderabad recorded a 71 per cent increase in crimes under IPC, which include murder, attempt to murder, kidnapping, dacoity and bomb attacks.
  2. Cirus

    Cirus New Member

    This is serious .I also heard about it. These cities are also becoming prone to terrorist attacks,especially on IT firms.This was exposed after arrest and shooting spree of terrorist in the capital.
  3. Cirus

    Cirus New Member

    BTW belated happy B'day to you bob!!
  4. abhay_saxena

    abhay_saxena Lord of the strings

    Yeah and a new generation of crimes has become that is of information crimes . it can be as serious as hacking into other's systems or maybe IPR infringements with source codes and all .. .
  5. bob-bobby

    bob-bobby Extinct or Banned!

    very true ..

    thanks cirus .
  6. silent_dragon

    silent_dragon Immortal guitarist

    here's a fact, last year 1,500 indian websites were defaced by hackers and as many as 1,687 sites were defaced in 2003. This is really grave!!!

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