MUMBAI: The conspiracy behind the blasts was cracked by a team of 42 police officers through meticulous investigation and hard work. "We did not go home for nearly two months till the entire conspiracy was unraveled and the perpetrators arrested. Times of India, 2 days ago
Dhananjay Kamlakar Tackling the rise of economic offences, better known as ‘white-collar crime’, is one of the three big challenges faced by the Mumbai police. This has been reiterated by three former Mumbai police commissioners Sanjeev Dayal, Arup ...Asian Age, 2 weeks ago
In 2013, the MSPHC got a structural audit done that said the 461 quarters were not inhabitable. (Express Photo) With the quarters built a little over a decade ago at Goregaon for the constabulary of the State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) already ...Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
The Maharashtra State Police Housing and Welfare Corporation (MSPHC) has written to Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria, requesting a probe into whether a plot owned by the Mumbai Police was acquired illegally, after getting a raw deal in an ...Indian Express, 1 month ago ‘Need panel to monitor cop housing projects’ Times of India, 1 month ago
BHUBANESHWAR: Former Indian Premier League chairman Ranjib Biswal has rubbished allegations that he conspired with former IPL chairman Lalit Modi to influence the Supreme Court verdict against former BCCI president N Srinivasan in the IPL spot ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Lalit Modi Email Leak: Ex-IPL Chief 'Tried Influencing' Srinivasan's Judicial Process International Business Times India, 1 month ago Lalit Modi tried to influence judicial process against Srinivasan, alleges letter IBNLive India News, 1 month ago
File Photo- Sushma Swaraj with former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi during an IPL match in New Delhi in 2010. (Source: PTI) Four months before links between Lalit Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj emerged from leaked emails, the Law ...Indian Express, 1 month ago Lalit Modi visa row: Email dirt sent to govt in Feb; Law Min sent it to CJI in May MSN News US, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis tried on Tuesday to persuade Navi Mumbai police commissioner K L Prasad to reconsider his decision to quit the Indian Police Service, but he declined. "When I was told that Prasad has quit, I spoke to him ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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