Crime fiction aficionado Zac O’Yeah on why neat-and-clean armchair sleuths like Sherlock Holmes and Miss Marple are just not as much fun as down-and-dirty alley skulks like Philip Marlowe and Sam Spade
Thug Behram, of the Thuggee clan, reportedly killed more than 900 people with his ceremonial cloth.
Ibrahim Lakadawala speaks like a celluloid cult character. But the former basketball player is using the sport to stop youngsters of Nagpada from becoming criminals.
Crime fiction maestro Ian Rankin on why detectives never marry, coffee with neighbours JK Rowling and Alexander McCall Smith, and tea conversations with Sharmila Tagore.
It is hard to forget those who think they can get away with the very worst that humans are capable of.
Doctors are surprised if the victim co-operates with them, for policemen wives cannot be raped by husbands, the defence tries to prove that the victim is a major because anyone over 16 is thought to have given consent, judges worry about marital prospects of victims…everyone expects this crime to fit into their picture