India Today:  Uttar Pradesh gangster Vikas Dubey, accused of killing eight policemen last week, was arrested on Thursday morning from a temple in Madhya Pradesh after a five-day chase across four states. He was caught just as he emerged after praying at the Mahakal temple in Ujjain, where he had arrived after a 700-km road journey.
 CCTV footage showed Vikas Dubey, in a mask, being taken away by half a dozen cops. “Main Vikas Dubey hoon, Kanpur wala (I am Vikas Dubey from Kanpur),” he shouted out while being taken to the police van.  Eight policemen were killed on Friday when they went in a large team to Bikru village in Chaubeypur area of Kanpur to arrest Vikas Dubey.  Dubey – charged in 60 criminal cases including murder, kidnapping, extortion and rioting – had allegedly been alerted to the raid by local policemen and had set up an ambush.
When the policemen reached the village, Dubey and his men, armed with AK-47s, fired from rooftops.
 The notorious gangster escaped after the massacre. A massive hunt was launched and the bounty on him was raised to Rs 5 lakh.
 The police inspector in charge of the police station near Dubey’s village was arrested yesterday over allegations that he tipped off the gangster and regularly helped him escape the law.