Suspended IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar arrested for conspiring to kill friend

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police on Friday morning arrested suspended Haryana cadre IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar for hatching a criminal conspiracy to murder one of his close associates.

'Arrested Haryana cadre IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar wanted to blame Chautalas for murder'
'Arrested Haryana cadre IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar wanted to blame Chautalas for murder'

Delhi Police Crime Branch on Friday morning arrested suspended Haryana cadre IAS officer Sanjeev Kumar for hatching a criminal conspiracy to murder one of his close associates.

Delhi: Man stabbed to death in Tihar Jail

One prisoner was allegedly stabbed to death at Tihar Jail in Delhi.

Delhi: Police busts extortion racket being run from Tihar jail, 3 arrested

Police on Thursday claimed to have busted an extortion racket which was being run from high security Tihar jail in Delhi.

Gangrape documentary: HC to hear on Wednesday PIL to lift ban

Delhi High Court on Wednesday fixed for tomorrow the hearing on a PIL seeking lifting of the ban on the telecast of a controversial BBC documentary featuring an interview of one of the four convicts in the December 16 gangrape case.

PIL in HC seeks lifting of ban on Dec 16 gang-rape documentary

A PIL has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking lifting of the ban on telecast of the controversial documentary featuring an interview of one of the convicts of the December 16 gang-rape case.

Nirbhaya documentary: British film-maker rejects India ban
Nirbhaya documentary: British film-maker rejects India ban

British film-maker Leslie Udwin has denied all claims by New Delhi that she broke a contract with Tihar Jail by airing the documentary "India`s Daughter" on BBC, saying that the request for global ban has no legal or practical basis.

DNA: How BBC mocked the Indian system

In today's special episode of DNA, watch how BBC mocked the Indian system by releasing the documentary featuring one of the December 16, 2012 gang-rape convicts.

Government serves legal notice to BBC over documentary

The government on Thursday served legal notice to the BBC over its broadcast of a controversial documentary on the December 16, 2012 gang-rape, saying the broadcaster "violated the contract on various fronts".

Gang-rape convict's interview row: Delhi Police chief briefs HM

Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Wednesday briefed Home Minister Rajnath Singh about the steps police has taken over the controversial interview of December 16 gang-rape convict lodged in Tihar Jail and later said those involved in the matter will be questioned soon.

Gang-rape convict's interview row: Delhi Police chief briefs Home Minister

Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi on Wednesday briefed Home Minister Rajnath Singh about the steps police has taken over the controversial interview of December 16 gang-rape convict lodged in Tihar Jail and later said those involved in the matter will be questioned soon.

Ban on interview of December 16 gang-rape convict to continue: Delhi court

The order restraining airing or broadcasting the interview of a December 16 gang-rape convict, which was conducted inside the Tihar jail, will continue till further orders, a Delhi court said on Wednesday.

Women RS MPs demand action over Dec 16 gang-rape convict's interview

In an unusual act, women MPs from Opposition parties Wednesday stormed into the well of Rajya Sabha and forced a brief adjournment demanding action over December 16 gang-rape convict being allowed to give an outrageous interview from inside Tihar Jail here.

Documentary on rape: British filmmaker says it shows attitude of men towards women
Documentary on rape: British filmmaker says it shows attitude of men towards women

British filmmaker Leslee Udwin, whose documentary on the December 16 gang rape has created furore in India for showing an interview with one of the convicts, said on Tuesday that it was her attempt to examine men’s attitude towards women.

Guru's body might have been cremated rather than buried: J&K MLA

The Union Home Ministry's refusal to hand over the mortal remains of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru to his family gives rise to suspicion that he might have been cremated rather than buried inside Tihar Jail, Independent MLA Sheikh Abdul Rashid has claimed.

HC notice to centre, Delhi government on inmates' condition

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued notice to the central and Delhi governments on the deplorable conditions of undertrial prisoners, including women, in Tihar Jail here.

Restrictions, shutdown on Afzal Guru's death anniversary affect life in Kashmir Valley

The authorities imposed restrictions in parts of Srinagar on Monday to thwart separatist protests on the death anniversary of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, who was hanged on this day in 2013.

Tihar Jail launches health drive for inmates

 They may be in jail but their health care is as important as any other person.

Tihar starts re-lodging of 6000 inmates

 In order to break groupism among the inmates, Tihar jail administration has started re-lodging more than 6,000 prisoners in an alphabetical order replacing the earlier practice of keeping the accused in similar cases together.