Mobile phone evidence key in 70 percent of cybercrime cases, says forensics expe

Mobile phone evidence key in 70 percent of cybercrime cases, says forensics expe

About 70% of cyber frauds occur through mobile phones, and the usage of phones in crimes is rising by the day, said A.P. Forensic Science Laboratory (APFSL) Joint Director D. Venkateswarlu. Speaking on ‘Evidence collection in POCSO Act – Forensic Analysis’ at the State-level consultation on POCSO cases organised by APSLSA and CRAF on the … Read more

Beach sand mining cases | Madras High Court to commence final hearing from March 11

Beach sand mining cases | Madras High Court to commence final hearing from March 11

Representational image. File | Photo Credit: N. Rajesh The Madras High Court on Monday, February 12, 2024 decided to commence from March 11 the final hearing on a huge of batch of cases related to alleged illicit beach sand mining in Thoothukudi, Tirunelveli and Kanniyakumari districts and the blanket mining ban in the State since … Read more

West Midlands has 75% of England's measles cases

West Midlands has 75% of England's measles cases

In a statement, health minister Maria Caulfield said NHS England has “rapidly implemented” a campaign to increase the number of children being vaccinated. “[It is] part of a major drive to protect children from becoming seriously unwell as measles continues to rise in parts of the country,” she said. From 6 February, parents and carers … Read more

Further measles outbreaks expected in England as cases rise

Further measles outbreaks expected in England as cases rise

“Also measles is incredibly contagious, so if you have pockets where lots of people are not immunised, you only need a few cases to cause a pretty significant outbreak. So, unfortunately this is something that is going to occur.” Helen Bedford, professor of children’s health at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, urged … Read more