The Everton striker was three times above the legal limit for driving with alcohol in the body.
This is not the first time that Sushant Singh Rajput came into limelight for such activities
We may even start a case against the woman driver for trying to bribe a policeman by kissing him, said a police officer lightheartedly
Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel's son was stopped from boarding a Qatar Airways flight early on Monday after he arrived in a "heavily drunken" state and argued with the staff at the airport.
The Cabinet on Friday approved amendments in the Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2016. The bill proposes major amendments to the three-decade old Act that has outlived its utility on several fronts.
Shivang Nath, son of Alok Nath, was reportedly caught drunk driving on Monday night by the Mumbai Police.
In a disheartening incident, a 10-year-old Hyderabad girl, who was on ventilator since last week after she met with an accident, today died in hospital.
Mumbai: A pedestrian was injured after he was hit by a car allegedly driven by a drunk police constable who first rammed it into a BMW in Reay Road area, said police. The constable, identified
A drinking binge gone wrong is no new phenomenon. However, Jamie Ather of Glasgow took it to another level altogether.
New Delhi: Drunk driving poses a serious issue in society. While many punishments like cleaning streets and holding placards for offenders have made it to the news, this particular one is truly out of the
Lucknow: Despite heavy security and precautions taken by the administration, more than two dozen people were killed in Uttar Pradesh on Holi, police said today. While five people were killed in road accidents in Lucknow,
New Delhi: A drunk driver is akin to a "live suicidal human bomb", a Delhi court observed while up holding a six-day jail sentence awarded to a man for drunken driving.The order was passed by
Mumbai: Urging the governments at the Centre and in Maharashtra to adopt a zero tolerance policy towards rising cases of drunk driving, the Bombay High Court today wondered why anybody who has had even little
New Delhi: Drunk drivers are a “lethal weapon”, a Delhi court has said while refusing to set aside three days imprisonment awarded to a youth for driving his vehicle in an inebriated state.The court said