Delhi Police didn’t appreciate seriousness of orders to install CCTV cameras: High Court

The Delhi High Court on Friday said the police did not appreciate the seriousness of its past orders to ensure better street lighting and CCTV cameras in West Delhi’s Aman Vihar area, despite hundreds of cases of missing children and adults being reported from there. A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice […]

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AAP MLA discharged by Delhi court in six cases of extortion

A court here today discharged Delhi AAP MLA Manoj Kumar in six related cases of extortion filed against him in August 2015. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal absolved the MLA from the charges citing lack of evidence against him. The court, however, framed the charges against his personal assistant and co-accused Deepak Sharma in […]

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EC bribery: Dhinakaran named as accused in supp charge sheet

The Delhi Police has accused AIADMK (Amma) leader T T V Dhinakaran of corruption and conspiracy in a supplementary charge sheet filed before a city court in the Election Commission bribery case. Additional Sessions Judge Kiran Bansal, before whom the 272-page supplementary charge sheet was filed, is likely to take its cognisance on December 21. […]

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2 murder accused walk free as lone witness not traceable

Two men, accused of brutally killing a person on the roof of a temple here, have been acquitted by a Delhi court after the police failed to bring the lone eyewitness before it. Special Judge Narinder Kumar absolved the two accused of the offence of murder under the IPC and said the prosecution could not […]

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Delhi HC pulls up police for not acting on complaints by poor people

The Delhi High Court has rapped the city police for not taking appropriate action on a complaint filed by a man whose wife had gone missing, saying it was “very regretful” that the grievances of “poor people” go unheeded. A bench of justices Vipin Sanghi and P S Teji ordered the Delhi police commissioner to […]

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Delhi HC pulls up police for not acting on complaints by poor people

The Delhi High Court has rapped the city police for not taking appropriate action on a complaint filed by a man whose wife had gone missing, saying it was “very regretful” that the grievances of “poor people” go unheeded. A bench of justices Vipin Sanghi and P S Teji ordered the Delhi police commissioner to […]

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Order police to inform child victims, family of their cases: HC

The police today told the Delhi High Court that it has issued a circular directing its officers investigating child abuse cases to keep the victims and their family members informed about all developments in their respective matters. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar was also informed that they […]

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Absence of CCTVs in Delhi police stations worries HC

The alleged absence of 100 per cent CCTV coverage at different police stations of the city, today prompted the Delhi High Court to ask the AAP government why close circuit televisions have not been installed so far. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar observed that there was an […]

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Court raps Delhi Police for ‘tawdry’ probe in murder case

A city court has rapped the Delhi Police for shoddy probe in a murder case saying it was “sad” that those responsible for the gruesome killing of a young boy were going unpunished. The court made the sharp observation while acquitting two persons accused of slitting the throat of a 20-year-old boy, noting that the […]

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Sunanda Pushkar: Police told de-seal hotel suite by Oct 16

A Delhi court today granted six days to the city police to comply with its earlier order to de-seal a five-star hotel suite where Congress leader Shashi Tharoor’s wife Sunanda Pushkar was found dead in 2014. Metropolitan Magistrate Dharmender Singh granted time till October 16 to the police after an Additional Delhi Commissioner Police submitted […]

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