A 25-year-old man first fell to his death under mysterious circumstances from the terrace of the Adarsh Nagar Police station and then policemen allegedly dumped his body elsewhere to pass it off as an unidentified corpse. The Station House Officer and four ... The Hindu, 2 months ago
Man dies in police station, body dumped - The Hindu, 2 months ago
Five policemen and a station house officer (SHO) were suspended in the capital for allegedly killing a 25-year-old fruit seller while in custody and later dumping his body in an isolated park to destroy evidence. The SHO and the five policemen of the Adarsh ...DNA, 2 months ago Five policemen including SHO suspended for custodial death Prokerala, 2 months ago Policemen suspended for hushing up 'suicide' of accused in Business Standard, 2 months ago
Sompal, 24, a street vendor, suspected to have been killed in the police custody, was reportedly brought to the Adarsh Nagar police station and thrashed by the constables for stealing a pair of slippers, sources said. Meanwhile, the Delhi Police have claimed ...DNA, 2 months ago Custodial death? Cops' version gets flimsier by the day DNA, 2 months ago Police awaiting for autopsy report & inquiry report Business Standard, 2 months ago Custodial death case: Discrepancies in FIR put cops in the soup DNA, 2 months ago
The Delhi Police have booked a 70-year-old man for throwing a household cleaning liquid over eight people, including six children and two women, in north-west Delhi’s Bharat Nagar area on Sunday afternoon. According to the police, the incident took ...DNA, 2 months ago
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on Monday issued a notice to Delhi Police Commissioner Alok Verma over the report of custodial death of a vendor last week. Som Lal, 24, was detained in the Adarsh Nagar Police Station, where, during questioning, he ...DNA, 2 months ago NHRC issue notice to Delhi Commissioner over custodial death of vendor catchnews.com, 2 months ago Medical board conducts post-mortem of fruit vendor Business Standard, 2 months ago Delhi fruit vendor killed: NHRC issues notice to Commissioner Sify, 2 months ago
You have seen movies made by hearing-impaired people, but have you watched one made by a deaf person in sign language? Founder of the India International Deaf Film Festival, K Murali, asked the audience this question at the inaugural of the festival's fourth ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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