The Delhi Police have been asked to pull up their socks ahead of this year’s edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), intelligence sources said.
The ‘erring SHO’ whom AAP succeeded in getting sent on leave by ‘prevailing upon’ the powers that be was, in fact, on leave due to illness on Tuesday. The PCR in-charge, had been off duty at the time of the gang-rape of the Danish tourist, the cops insisted. AAP eyeing Lok Sabha elections via street politics
The Delhi Police has been instructed by the sub-divisional magistrate probing Pushkar’s death to specifically investigate and establish whether her ‘death due to poisoning’ was ‘deliberate or accidental’.
Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi acknowledges that crime against women had always been a pressing concern in the capital and feels modifying crime statistics for a cleaner pubic image is unfair to the average complainant. Excerpts from an interview.
The Delhi Police, after announcing free registration of FIRs for rape and molestation cases are now aiming to work towards ensuring speedy justice to the victims. According to the existing law, investigators get a maximum of 90 days to file chargesheets in all cases, including cases of rape.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s insistence on moving around like the aam aadmi — without a security contingent or special traffic arrangements — may sound refreshingly different, but is compromising the security of local residents.
The police admitted they would now try their luck for the third time the day Kejriwal takes oath as the Delhi CM at the Ramlila Maidan. If that fails, they would write to the home ministry for their intervention. Jatin Anand and Karn Pratap Singh report.
The Delhi Police has decided to not target individual sex workers and their clients from now on and instead go after the operators of prostitution rings and trafficking networks, highly-placed sources told HT.
The mystery surrounding NRI Anmol Sarna’s death has deepened. Ajit Sahi, a senior journalist and a prime eyewitness in the case, has claimed that a constable had arrived at the crime scene three to four minutes before the arrival of the police control room (PCR) van.
Investigators probing the death of a young NRI in south Delhi may be forced to book two security guards for culpable homicide not amounting to murder due to lack of evidence. They had earlier planned to charge them with culpable homicide, a graver offence.
The Delhi Police on Monday claimed to have unravelled the mystery shrouding the death of 21-year-old Anmol Sarna at an apartment complex in south Delhi’s Kalkaji last weekend.
A policeman’s greed has triggered an institutional change in one of the largest metropolitan law enforcement agencies in the world. Jatin Anand and Karn Pratap Singh report.
“Matches are not taken seriously…and there is rampant, uncontrolled hobnobbing between players and bookmakers’, a report into the ‘grey findings’ of the Delhi Police special cell into the recent spot-fixing scandal will read according to highly-placed sources.
One of its cheapest yet effective initiatives, the Delhi Police have decided to arm each of its 870-odd police control room (PCR) vans with a mobile phone on a rental basis. Jatin Anand and Karn Pratap Singh reports.
Despite possessing the newly-sanctioned fleet of 370 police control room (PCR) vehicles, the central police control room (CPCR) of Delhi Police, due to shortage of drivers, have not been able to live up to their dream of having 1,000 PCR vans operating on Delhi roads for almost a month. Karn Pratap Singh and Jatin Anand reports.
The 22-year-old paramour of south Indian actress Leena Maria Paul —both of whom were wanted in a multi-crore cheating scam in Chennai — had sunk to the level of even cheating the watchman of a farmhouse on the pretext of being offered a film role.
On a day home minister Sushil Kumar Shinde flagged off 100 more police control room (PCR) vehicles, his ministry, sources claimed, told the Delhi Police to ‘arrange for drivers’ on their own. Karn Pratap Singh and Jatin Anand reports.
Delhi police have sent teams across the country to apprehend a possible fourth module of bookies as they are convinced Ajit Chandila, the key figure in the spot-fixing scandal, was manipulating.
Despite the raging spot-fixing controversy around the Indian Twenty20 League, betting continues unabated in the capital, crime branch sources said on Wednesday.