Pin on Crime MagazinesJump to navigation. There's good news and there's bad news-and let's face it, the bad news is usually more fun to read. Except when it isn't. This will come as a rude shock to many readers, particularly army personnel, residents of the northeast and a legion of ironic hipsters, punsters, wits and wags and, well, mostly men. For this writer, like countless others, it was a favourite companion on railway journeys, where, shrouded in the anonymity of transit, one could revel in the relentless assault of headlines unveiling the most salacious crimes from the heaving underbelly of our great nation. Faridabad: "Aunty's sinful relation with nephew led to uncle's death.
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Skip to content. Editor's note: This article is part of "Underworld: a global crime blotter," a semi-regular series covering crime and punishment around the world. As one designer pastes together a lurid photo spread dramatizing a violent crime, Rawat tells him to tweak the "torn" look a bit to leave less white space between the victim and murderer. Then, turning, in Hindi he tells the designer laying out next month's photo story, "Put some more kajol on her eyes. A little more. For 25 years, Rawat — India's king of pulp — has been the heart and soul of this country's pioneering, and still top-selling, true crime magazines. With titillating skin shots and screamer headlines like, "Shower of love resulted in blood-shed," together the small-press titles — which are ubiquitous on railway platforms and across India's entertainment-starved small towns — sell upwards of , copies a month.