Delhi Police made several arrests of key members of banned Indian Mujahideen this year including its chief Tehseen Akhtar but faced major law and order challenges with Trilokpuri riots and a 100 per cent spurt in crime graph in the national capital.
Ahead of New Year celebrations, the Delhi government has asked city's restaurants and bars to promote "responsible drinking" by serving liquor to "a limit" keeping customer safety in mind and even arrange cabs for those who are not in a position to drive.
Delhi Police is on a high alert and has tightened the security of vital institutions in the national capital, including the Tihar Central Jail, in the aftermath of terror strikes in Peshawar and Sydney.
New Delhi: Delhi Police is on a high alert and tightened the security of vital institutions in the national capital, including the Tihar Central Jail, in the wake of the recent terror strikes in Peshawar and Sydney.
In a noble initiative, Delhi Police has launched 'Operation Milap', a scheme aimed at uniting missing children with their parents and has already restored two children staying in a Children Home with their respective families in Delhi and Rajasthan.
Delhi Police has come up with a list of repeat sexual offenders – an initiative that could come in handy for those looking to check the background of a person they're looking to employ or as a general effort to name and shame sexual predators lurking in the capital.
Two years after the brutal gang-rape of a 23-year-old physiotherapy student, AAP on Tuesday said very little has changed on women's security front and the Nirbhaya Fund set up following the incident still remains unspent.
Promising free water for all, 50 per cent cut in power tariff and steps for providing 24-hour electricity, AAP on Tuesday sought to woo voters ahead of the Delhi Assembly polls even as it downplayed Congress claiming that the real contest was between the party and BJP.
The Delhi High Court on Monday asked city police to scrap its tender inviting bids from apparel- making firms to supply new uniforms in view of the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama in January 2015.
Delhi Police has launched a special drive to rein in errant taxi drivers violating norms in the national capital and have impounded more than 500 cabs and challaned nearly 4000 drivers in the last one week.
It`s 3 pm and another busy day at the Safdurjung Hospital mortuary. Over 30 ambulances carrying an equal number of bodies have arrived. Delhi Police officers, along with the mortuary staff, are busy completing the formalities and sending the bodies to the cold storage - which can take in just 25.