People charged for illegal parking spaces in Delhi

People charged for illegal parking spaces in Delhi

Social reformation needed to address crimes against women: HC

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday termed as "alarming" crimes against women in the capital taking place inside homes and the accused in majority of these cases being near relatives and acquaintances of the victims and said the situation "calls for a social reformation".

'Outsider' role in Trilokpuri violence being probed

Police probe into communal clashes in Trilokpuri area of East Delhi has pointed to the role of outsiders.

Prohibitory orders relaxed in Delhi's Trilokpuri
Prohibitory orders relaxed in Delhi's Trilokpuri

The prohibitory orders on gathering and movement of people imposed in east Delhi's Trilokpuri area following a communal clash were relaxed for three hours Tuesday as no fresh violence was reported, police said.

Is Delhi's Trilokpuri communal violence a political stunt?

The three-day unabated communal violence in East Delhi’s Trilokpuri locality has shaken the perception of safety and security in the national capital. It has also raised questions on the ability of the Delhi Police to handle a communal situation.

AAP demands instant completion of probe into Trilokpuri clash

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday demanded that Delhi police immediately complete its probe into the Trilokpuri violence and bring to book the culprits behind the clash.

Delhi zoo tiger attack: HC notice on plea for compensation

The Delhi High Court on Monday sought response from the Centre, National Zoological Park and the city government on a plea seeking compensation of Rs 50 lakh for the family members of a youth, mauled to death recently by a white tiger in the zoo here.

Delhi's Trilokpuri still tense after communal clash

Milk, vegetables and other essential food items were made available to the residents of east Delhi's Trilokpuri Monday, three days since they were confined to their homes following a communal clash.

Three days after communal clash, Delhi's Trilokpuri locality still tense

The police plans to make available milk and other essentials to the residents of east Delhi's Trilokpuri Monday, three days since they were confined to their homes following a communal clash. The area is still tense.

Delhi Police registers 5.5 lakh reports via mobile app

More than 5.5 lakh people have used a Delhi Police app for registering complaints for loss or theft of items like mobile phones, passports and PAN cards since its launch in February.

Thirty-three people arrested for rioting in Delhi

 At least 33 people of two communities have been arrested for rioting in east Delhi`s Trilokpuri area, police said Saturday.

Delhi traffic police constable beaten up by lawyer

A Delhi Traffic Police constable was on Tuesday allegedly beaten up by a lawyer outside Rohini court here when he was stopped by the former for driving on the wrong side.

Will give all details sought by doctors panel in Sunanda Tharoor case: Delhi Police

Delhi Police, probing the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar, wife of Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, on Monday said it will provide all details sought by a panel of AIIMS doctors so that it can give a "conclusive forensic" report to the investigators.

Rajnath Singh concerned over low representation of women in jobs

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has expressed concern over low representation of women in many fields, including police where it is less than 10 per cent.

Delhi Police make security arrangements for Diwali

 Delhi Police have made elaborate security arrangements for Diwali and Chhath festivals, Police Commissioner B.S. Bassi said Monday.

International drug racket busted; 2 Sri Lankans among 3 held

With the arrest of three men in Chennai including two Sri Lankan nationals and recovery of heroin worth Rs 50 crore, the Special Cell of the Delhi Police has claimed to have busted an international drug cartel.

Don't visit your superior officers on Diwali: Bassi to cops

 In a stern message, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi has asked police personnel to avoid visiting their superiors on the occasion of Diwali, which has been a practice.

Delhi government gearing up to ensure ban on sound-emitting fireworks

To ensure a safe and pollution- free Diwali in the national capital, the environment department of Delhi government has launched an extensive anti- firecracker campaign here and has sought the cooperation of all the agencies concerned for enforcing the same.

Road rage case: Assaulted ACP likely to be discharged on Saturday

The senior Delhi Police official who was allegedly assaulted in a case of road rage in south Delhi on Thursday is recuperating from his injures at All India Institute of Medical Sciences and is likely to be discharged on Saturday.

Delhi Police's Aizawl in Manipur howler, then correction

 Delhi Police were left red-faced Friday after issuing a press release over the murder of a woman in which it was mentioned that she hailed from Aizawl and said the town was part of Manipur.