Giri, Delhi police differ over molestation case

Former Chairperson of the National Commission for Women V Mohini Giri has accused Delhi Police personnel of not attending a molestation victim in South Delhi's Vasant Kunj road, a claim refuted by the senior officials.

Delhi Police Crime Branch files chargesheet against 6 cops

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has filed in a court here its chargesheet against six cops for allegedly abducting, torturing and beating a man to death.

DNA: Shocking- Boy dies as onlookers record video of him bleeding

In a shameful incident from Delhi, a 19-year-old boy bled to death while an onlooker was busy in recording a video of the victim lying in a pool of blood instead of rushing him to the hospital.

Father, brother acquited of murder charge as man turns hostile in Delhi court

The father and elder brother of a man, who was allegedly attacked with a knife and thrown off a roof by them, have been acquitted of the charge of attempting to murder him by a Delhi court after the victim turned hostile.

Youth stabbed, bleeds before police, dies in Delhi hospital

A youth was stabbed by unidentified people in Ambedkar Nagar area Tuesday and his relatives alleged that the delay by policemen in rushing him to a hospital cost him his life. The police refuted the allegation.

Delhi court dismisses woman`s maintenance plea

The plea of a woman seeking interim maintenance from her estranged husband has been dismissed by a Delhi court which noted that she had previously claimed to be "financially sound" while fighting a case for her child`s custody.

SHO, SI get 3-yr jail for taking money from unauthorised cafes in Delhi

Two Delhi Police officials, including a SHO, have been sentenced to three years rigorous imprisonment by a court here for taking "protection money" from unauthorised restaurants and cafes.

Killers of Nitish Katara deserve death: Delhi Police to HC

The city police on Friday told the Delhi High Court that Vikas Yadav and two others, convicted for killing Nitish Katara in 2002, deserve death penalty as the offence was "pre-meditated" and committed in a "cold- blooded" manner.

VYAPAM scam: Doctor arrested in Delhi

A doctor who was wanted in connection with the scam for entrance to medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh and who carried a reward of Rs 15,000 on his arrest has been nabbed by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police.

Delhi court refuses to handcuff murder accused, orders counselling

A Delhi court has refused to handcuff and fetter a man accused of murder and has directed the police to provide a psychiatrist to him in Tihar Jail here after he tried to commit suicide.

Speeding SUV runs over three people, one killed in Delhi

In the second incident of drunk driving in the national capital this week, a driver who was allegedly in an inebriated state ran over his SUV over three people standing near a footpath in Central Delhi, killing one of them.

Joint CP appointed as nodal officer: Police to HC on juvenile homes

Delhi police has appointed a nodal officer of the rank of Joint Commissioner to the Department of Women and Child Development to hold meetings with its Secretary on issues related to juvenile homes.

Afghan rapes woman from Darjeeling in Delhi, held

A 22-year-old woman from Darjeeling was raped by an Afghan national here, police said Tuesday.

Delhi Police reaches out to schoolkids with special I-Day exercise

Around 700 schoolchildren were invited by Delhi Police to visit police stations in north Delhi on Independence Day as part of an exercise to promote a positive and people-friendly image of the force and also to familiarise them with its functioning.

20 Delhi Police personnel chosen for medals

Twenty Delhi Police personnel have been selected for medals for their meritorious service, on the eve of the Independence Day.

Man acquitted of charge of gangrape as woman turned hostile

A man, accused of gangraping a married woman along with his accomplice, has been acquitted by a Delhi court after the alleged victim turned hostile.

Suspected terrorist Arshad Khan sent to police custody

Pakistani national Arshad Khan, arrested in connection with alleged conspiracy of Lashkar-e- Toiba to carry out attacks in Delhi and adjoining areas, was today remanded to nine days police custody by a Delhi court.

Pak national accused of planning terror attacks sent to 9-day police custody

A court here on Wednesday remanded suspected terrorist Arshad Khan, a Pakistani national, to nine days` police custody in connection with the planning of terror strikes in India.

Delhi Police launches Whatsapp helpline to curb corruption

Smartphones and the popular chat messenger - WhatsApp - in it has now turned into an effective weapon against errant policemen.

Delhi Police to get Rs 40 cr under women safety programme

Delhi Police will get Rs 40 crore to implement the United Nations Women Safe City project to put in place enhanced security apparatus for women in the national capital.