11 Delhi cops designated media coordinators but confusion prevails

Days after the launch of 11 new media centres - one for each police district of the national capital - for better dissemination of information, confusion still prevails with just five of the designated officers admitting to familiarity with their duties.

'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' launched in Rashtrapati Bhavan

The Narendra Modi government's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' of initiating cleanliness drive in the surroundings was launched in the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Saturday.

3 arrested, Rs 78 lakh seized by ED in int drugs crackdown in ND

Cracking down on an international narcotics money laundering network, Enforcement Directorate (ED) today arrested three alleged hawala operatives and seized Rs 78 lakh in cash following searches here and in Amritsar.

Delhi Police launch GPS-fitted bikes for street patrolling

 Delhi Police today launched 30 GPS-fitted motorcycles for effective patrolling under an Internet-based monitoring system in North Delhi to curb street crime like snatching and robbery.

CBI seizes fake currency worth Rs 5 lakh; one arrested in Delhi

One person has been arrested by the CBI from a running train in West Bengal and fake currency notes having face value of Rs five lakh recovered from his possession.

Youth Congress workers protesting against Modi govt lathicharged
Youth Congress workers protesting against Modi govt lathicharged

The Congress party's rally against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government on Thursday turned violent when the members of its youth wing, trying to break barricades, clashed with the police, which had to resort to mild lathi charge to disperse them.

1984 anti-Sikh riots: Court acquits three cops, one other

A local court has acquitted four persons, including three Delhi Police officials, in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case for allegedly killing three members of a family, holding that the complainant and witnesses turned "hostile and contradicted their earlier statements".

IM planned to avenge Muzaffarnagar riots: Delhi Police

Indian Mujahideen (IM) was planning to carry out terror strikes in Muzaffarnagar town of Western Uttar Pradesh in retaliation to communal riots that had taken place in the region, Delhi Police sources said here on Wednesday.

Restore pride in the uniform: Jung to Delhi Police

Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday asked Delhi Police to take it upon themselves to inspire their station house officers (SHOs) and constabulary to demonstrate integrity in their day-to-day dealings.

HC slams police over rising crime in Delhi and shoddy probes

Coming down heavily on police for its "shoddy" probe into rising cases of crime against women in the national capital, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday said this has led to lack of fear for law in the minds of the perpetrators.

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape: Court to pronounce verdict on Oct 10

A Delhi court on Wednesday decided to pronounce on October 10 its verdict in the sensational abduction and gangrape case of a 30-year-old BPO executive from northeast, after the prosecution rebutted the claim of one of the five accused that police had fudged the evidence.

Delhi maid murder case: Forensic reports contradict police probe

In a new twist in the maid murder case in which ex-BSP MP Dhananjay Singh and his wife Jagriti Singh have been chargesheeted, the forensic reports contradict the finding of police on use of metallic horns, stick and iron in allegedly assaulting servants, including the victim.

No offence made out under our jurisdiction: Delhi Police to court

Delhi Police on Wednesday told a court here that "no cognizable offence" was made out under its jurisdiction as alleged in a plea seeking lodging of an FIR against RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, VHP leader Praveen Togadia and SP leader Azam Khan for allegedly making "hate speeches".

Land owning agencies to allot land for new police stations in Delhi

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday directed land owning agencies to expedite allotment of land for new police stations in the city after Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi informed him that 32 out of the 181 police stations are currently being run at rented buildings and makeshift structures.

Cricket body moves HC for review of BCCI rules by a committee
Cricket body moves HC for review of BCCI rules by a committee

The Cricket Association of Bihar has filed a PIL in Bombay High Court seeking appointment of an independent Governance Review Committee to review the rules and regulations of the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

Pune ATS asked IM man to identify his own sketch, let him slip away

Its as bizarre as it can get. A terrorist was picked up by the same cops twice and was shown his own sketch once and asked to identify the suspect, a leading daily reported.

Youth gets life term for murder in New Delhi

A 26-year-old youth has been sentenced to life imprisonment for murder by a Delhi court, which said the incident was "indicative of a pre-meditated plan" to kill the victim.

Gymnastic Federation of India to have internal inquiry on gymnast 'harassment' issue
Gymnastic Federation of India to have internal inquiry on gymnast 'harassment' issue

Gymnastic Federation of India on Wednesday promised strict against a coach and a player if they are found guilty of charges of 'harassing' a woman player, who lodged a complaint at Delhi Police.

Delhi Police detain Tibetans protesting against Xi Jinping's visit

Delhi Police on Wednesday detained Tibetan Youth Congress protesters who were agitating against Chinese President Xi Jinping's three-day visit to India beginning from Wednesday. They were protesting outside the Chinese Embassy here.

Delhi BJP delegation meets Gadkari on e-rickshaw issue

Delhi BJP Tuesday the Union government to relax rules in a bid to remove the hurdles for the return of e-rickshaws on the streets of the national capital.