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Delhi Cops Help Woman Deliver Baby in PCR Van
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Woman gives birth in PCR van

A 29-year-old woman on Sunday delivered a baby in a Delhi Police PCR van while being rushed to the hospital.Arti was travelling in a train from Gwalior to Samalkha in Panipat when she went into labour... The Hindu, 14 hours ago
Delhi Cops Help Woman Deliver Baby in PCR Van Daily Bhaskar, 1 day ago
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Delhi: African nationals thrash cabbie

According to the police, the incident took place around 4am when Nuruddin went to pick the passengers up. There were six of them - four African men and two women. An altercation took place between cab driver Nuruddin and the passengers when he ...
 India Today10 hours ago Attack on Africans: Jt CP Upadhyay appointed nodal officer  Business Standard22 hours ago African nationals plan massive protest in Delhi  MSN India1 day ago Attacks on Africans: 5 held from Delhi in the case  DNA1 day ago
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Audi Q7 SUV Stolen At Gunpoint In Delhi, Driver Beaten Up, Thrown From Car

An Audi Q7 SUV was stolen at gunpoint by four men in Delhi's South Extension area on Sunday, the police said, adding that the driver of the car was beaten up and then thrown out of the car. The incident took place when the driver was waiting ...
 NDTV12 hours ago Audi Q7, Owned By Supreme Court Lawyer, Stolen At Gunpoint In Delhi  NDTV11 hours ago Audi Q7 snatched from Delhi's South-Extension  Times of India11 hours ago Driver robbed of Audi by 3 people  Asian Age18 hours ago

Mishra complains against 'BJP' IT team's slander

Delhi Tourism Minister Kapil Mishra on Monday sought police action against alleged slander by some members of BJP's IT team using funeral procession of Nirankari Sant Baba Hardev Singh to incite communal tension. The Minister claimed fake accounts in his name ...
 Deccan Herald9 hours ago Kapil Mishra writes to Police Commissioner for registering FIR  Times of India20 hours ago PTI - MISHRA-BJP - Kapil Mishra writes to Police Commissioner for registering FIR  Namibia Press Agency20 hours ago
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Tanmay Bhat controversy: Mumbai Police writes to Google, YouTube requesting them to remove the video

New Delhi: Mumbai police has contacted Google and YouTube today asking the companies to block AIB comedian Tanmay Bhat's latest Snapchat video in which he made fun of Bharat Ratna Sachin Tendulkar and Lata Mangeshkar. As...
 IndiaTV News1 day ago Mumbai Police to contact Google, YouTube to block Sachin-Lata roast  News24online1 day ago Mumbai Police Special Branch inquiring complaint against AIB's Tanmay Bhat  ABP Live1 day ago Police seek to block video mocking Lata, Sachin  Times of India23 hours ago
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Delhi Police increases security cover of Kanhaiya, Umar Khalid

The security cover of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar and Umar Khalid have been increased following an alert by the Delhi Police.A threat call was received by the Delhi Police claiming that a country made revolver and six cartridges were found in a DTC bus that runs between JNU and ISBT. The driver found the bag at around 6:00 p.m. yesterday following which the cops conducted a thorough search. ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago African attacks: Kanhaiya to lead 'March for Justice' at Jantar Mantar today  Sify9 hours ago 'Anti-national' slogan raising man still active on JNU campus: Saurabh Sharma  Sify3 days ago JNU's Umar Khalid granted permission to visit Kolkata  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Delhi Police appoint nodal officer to look into issues faced by Africans

To address the grievances of Africans residing in the capital, the Delhi Police have created a nodal agency to handle their issues and appointed Joint Commissioner of Police (southeastern range) R P Upadhyaya as the nodal officer. The appointment ...
 Indian Express16 hours ago

Police chief meets African community

After a spate of attacks again African community Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Kumar Verma held a meeting with a delegation of African community living in Delhi at the Police Headquarters on Monday. "The meeting was organised in order to reassure ...
 The Statesman14 hours ago Delhi Police chief assures African delegation of safety  Prokerala22 hours ago
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Sexual assault: Of 1,138 cases heard in April, 331 involve minors, DCW tells Delhi HC

Under the POCSO Act, police investigation is expected to be completed within three months, and trials within a year of taking cognizance of the offence. The Delhi Commission for Women and the Delhi Police filed affidavits before the bench of Chief ...
 Indian Express16 hours ago Over 5,000 cases registered under POCSO Act from 2012-15  Prokerala21 hours ago

Court acquits Khalistan group founder in 2005 Delhi blast case

New Delhi: In a setback to Delhi police, a trial court on Monday acquitted Jagtar Singh Hawara, the alleged founder of ba- nned outfit Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), in a case related to the 2005 twin blasts at the Satyam and Liberty Cinemas in ...
 Times of India16 hours ago Bhai Jagtar Singh Hawara acquitted in 2005 Liberty Cinema blast case  Sikh Siyasat Online23 hours ago
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