A day after the Delhi High Court allowed the accused driver ,who is facing trial in the Uber cab rape case to recall 13 prosecution witnesses, a court here is set to cross-examine the victim on Thursday.
British filmmaker Leslee Udwin will reportedly be question by the Delhi Police after her documentary on the December 16 gang-rape featuring an interview of a convict in the case, Mukesh Singh, stoked controversy over last two days.
Delhi Police on Tuesday registered an FIR in connection with a controversial interview of a convict in the December 16 gang-rape case while also saying that it would move court to seek a restrain order its airing.
Delhi Police had hired 605 CCTV cameras in January this year for security purposes during the visit of US President Barack Obama and the Republic day parade all of which have been removed, Lok Sabha was informed today.
A man and his woman associate have been arrested in the national capital for carrying 900 live cartridges, leading Delhi Police to bust an inter-state syndicate involved in barter trade of firearms and cartridges, officials said on Monday.
The case relating to alleged rape by an Uber cab driver on Monday saw another adjournment, sought by the counsel for the accused driver, in a Delhi court on the ground that the advocate was on bed rest after falling from stairs.
Delhi Police have been allocated about Rs.5,372.88 crore for upgrading the force during the 2015-16 financial year, according to the union budget presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley here Saturday.
Delhi Police has registered an FIR against All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimin (AIMIM) leader and MP Asaduddin Owaisi for waging war and promoting enmity among religious groups among other sections in connection with an alleged hate speech he had delivered last year.
The Uber cab driver, accused of raping a 25-year-old woman executive, on Friday claimed before a court here that the Delhi Police were "hand-in-glove" with the prosecution to ensure his conviction and there were several loopholes in the probe conducted in the case.
A Delhi court on Thursday allowed the Delhi Police five days custodial interrogation of two persons, arrested for allegedly procuring sensitive documents of ministries of Coal, Environment and Transport and others, in the corporate espionage case.
A casual worker in the Defence Ministry has been arrested for allegedly providing forged identity card to a key accused in Petroleum Ministry leaks case but the Delhi Police says it has not come across loss of documents from Defence Ministry.