UP announces ex-gratia of Rs 20 lakh each to constables` kin

Uttar Pradesh government today announced an ex-gratia of Rs 20 lakh each to the next of kin of two police constables, who died last night in Firozabad.

424 dismissed constables in Uttarakhand to be reappointed

Over 400 police constables in Uttarakhand, who were dismissed for violating rules by applying for their job from two districts simultaneously, will be re-inducted into the force.

Delhi Police constable beaten to death by liquor gang in Ghitorni

A Delhi Police constable deployed with the State Excise Department team was allegedly beaten to death and another got injured when both were attacked by a liquor gang on Saturday at South Delhi`s Ghitorni.

SIT set up in minor gang-rape case in Chandigarh

A five-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been set up to probe the case against five constables who were arrested for the rape of a minor girl.

UP police recruitment exam postponed

The preliminary written examination for recruitment of police constables in Uttar Pradesh has been postponed after question papers were damaged in a road mishap.

30-year-old woman gang-raped by two policemen

Two police personnel allegedly gang-raped a 30-year-old woman at gunpoint at Gageru village of Shamli district, an official said on Wednesday.

Police constables killed by militants cremated

Police constables Santosh Kumar and Azad Chand, killed by militants in Kupwara district of north Kashmir, were cremated on Sunday with full police honour at their respective native places.

Manipur to recruit 2000 male police constables

Manipur government will soon recruit 2000 male constables to strengthen police forces and help maintain law and order.

2000 police constables promoted in J&K

The Jammu and Kashmir Police on Saturday promoted over 2000 constables.

Maha relieves 31 police constables from services

In Yavatmal district, there were 174 vacant posts for which 7760 candidates had filed their applications on line of whom 1441 candidates were female.

SHRC notice to Mumbai CP over poor living conditions of PCs

Maharashtra State Human Rights
Commission (SHRC) on Tuesday sought a reply from the city police
commissioner on a petition highlighting the poor living
conditions of police constables.