Delhi Police Crime Branch on Saturday filed chargesheets against Tablighi Jamaat members who flew in from abroad to attend the religious congregation at Nizamuddin Markaz in New Delhi in the month of March. 50 chargesheets have been filed against Tablighi Jamaat members from 36 countries. 116 witnesses have been named in the chargesheets.
Tablighi Jamaat chief Maulana Saad was spotted for the first time since his controversy on Friday. Saad was the organiser of a religious event wherein thousands of people from India and 41 foreign countries gathered amid the COVID-19 outbreak despite social distancing norms in place.
A sub-inspector in the Delhi Police died of coronavirus infection at the age of 59 on Tuesday. The deceased, identified as SI Karambeer, was on ventilator support for the last five days. He was diabetic as well.
Delhi crime branch has filed the charge-sheet in Maujpur Chowk riot case and has named pistol-man Shahrukh Pathan as the main accused in the violent clashes. The violent riots at Maujpur Chowk took place after two groups -- one in support of CAA and NRC and the other that was against it.
Manu Sharma, convicted of the murder of model Jessica Lal in 1999, was released on Monday. He was let off from Tihar jail yesterday on the grounds of "good behavior" after 14 years of imprisonment.
Those chargesheeted on Thursday include Jamaat members from Malaysia, Indonesia and Kyrghyzstan. 12 charge sheets have been filed against 541 Tablighi Jamaat members. The chargesheets have a whopping 12 thousand 339 pages.
Tihar Jail on Sunday reported its first coronavirus case after a 45-year assistant superintendent tested positive for the infection. The assistant superintendent Chetram Meena posted at Central Jail No 7, is a resident of Staff Residential Complex of Tihar Jail.
In a first, a Delhi Police Commissioner has turned Twitter into a virtual help desk, determined to reach out to the residents of Delhi, and solve their problems. SN Shrivastava's ongoing mission to help the poor and needy amid the coronavirus pandemic has been applauded by Union Minister Amit Shah time and again.
The police complaints were filed after students living in PG accommodations in Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar locality alleged that they were being hounded by their landlords
It is possible for ordinary citizens to practice social distancing but it's hard to enforce such measures in jails. Indian jails are overcrowded already
Bois Locker Room: The purpose of her sending such chat messages using a fake, fictional identity was to check the reaction of the receiver boy and the strength of his character, especially when someone talks bad things about the girl herself, the police said.
The 3-year-old son as well as the wife of Delhi Police constable Amit Rana, who recently died due to coronavirus, have also tested positive for COVID-19.
At least 32 bank accounts including Nizamuddin Markaz chief Maulana Saad and other Markaz members have been freezed by the Delhi crime branch department as part of the ongoing investigation.
Tablighi Jamaat leader Maulana Saad has tested negative for coronavirus, his lawyer claimed on Sunday
At least 35 COVID-19 positive cases found on Sunday in Delhi's Tughlakabad area, which is already a coronavirus hotspot. The area was declared hotspot after three people tested positive for COVID-19 from street number 26 of the Tughlakabad extension.
A supplementary charge sheet has been filed against Sharjeel Imam in connection with a case relating to the violence that broke out in Delhi's Jamia Milia Islamia in December last year. The charge sheet was filed before the Metropolitan Magistrate of the Saket Court.
A case has surfaced from Delhi where a man was looted after a gang of two robbed him in Baljeet Nagar area near Kuwar Singh Chowk. The incident that took place on April 14 was captured in CCTV footage and one of the accused has been arrested by the Delhi Police.
Tablighi Jamaat chief Maulana Saad is facing charges of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, from the Enforcement Directorate as well as the Income Tax Department now
To monitor movement in different areas amid coronavirus lockdown, Arunachal Pradesh Police has started aerial surveillance using drones in several areas.
At least 37 migrant workers traveling to Haryana's Palwal town in a truck during the lockdown period have been intercepted by the Delhi Police on Friday and were later sent to a shelter home, officials informed.
An FIR has been registered against Bengali Pastry Shop for endangering lives by defying the lockdown to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, the popular eatery denied any wrongdoing and claimed that it was closed. The iconic shop said it had provided shelter to workers who had nowhere to go.
Tihar jail will release over 3,000 criminals to ease congestion in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak in India. As many as 1,500 convicts and 1,500 undertrial prisoners will be freed as the coronavirus continues to deepen in India.
The Nirbhaya gangrape case pertains to the brutal gang-rape and killing of a 23-year-old paramedical student in a moving bus on the night of December 16, 2012, by six people including a juvenile in the national capital.
Hangman Pawan Jallad reached Tihar jail on Tuesday, three days ahead of the scheduled hanging of convicts in the Nirbhaya gangrape and murder case. Jallad will conduct a dummy execution on Wednesday.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a case against Rana Kapoor, former Managing Director and CEO of Yes Bank. Rana Kapoor is also the founder of Yes Bank.
A minor altercation between two groups claimed life of a person after the argument over an ice-cream issue turned out into an ugly fight. The incident took place on March 12 around 12:45 am near Mother Divine School in Rohini Sector 3.
Kapil Gujjar, the man who opened fire at Shaheen Bagh has been given bail by a Delhi court. As per reports, Gujjar was given bail after receiving payment of a sum of Rs 25,000.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday brought an accused in a bank fraud case from Muscat, Oman. The accused, identified as Sunny Kalra has been brought along with his wife.
A man has been arrested on Saturday for allegedly killing a sweet shop owner's employee. An SIT led by Rajesh Deo arrested the accused identified as Shehnawaz after the dead body of Dilbar Negi was found in a mutilated condition.
Police have filed an FIR against Shahrukh Pathan, the man who pulled a gun at police constable Deepak Dahiya in Delhi's Jaffrabad during recent wave of violence. The FIR was filed post complaint by Constable Dahiya who had bravely faced Pathan who even fired rounds in air.
Shahrukh Pathan became infamous for his act of pointing a pistol at a policeman during Northeast Delhi violence. He almost came to being the negative face of Delhi violence. Shahrukh Pathan pointed gun at police on February 24 during violence in Delhi's Jaffrabad. He went missing soon after that as Delhi Police closed in to arrest him in subsequent days.
A top criminal gang has been busted after the Delhi police arrested most wanted gangster Gogi along with rewarded aides Fajja and Moi. Imported pistols, ammunition have been recovered from these criminals.
The Delhi Police has strongly denied rumours of violence and disturbance from parts of west and north Delhi, as it urged people to not pay attention to rumours.
Delhi Police PRO MS Randhawa has claimed that the situation in Northeast Delhi is normal and relaxation has been given in areas where Section 144 was imposed after the violence.
Injured during February 25 northeast Delhi violence, Gokulpuri ACP, Anuj Kumar, who has now been discharged from the hospital, in an exclusive conversation with India TV, narrated how he, his team bravely faced the violent mob when riots were taking place in Delhi.
The Special Judge in Lucknow sentenced Ateeq Ahmed, then Constable, to undergo life imprisonment with a fine of rupees one lakh, while the then DSP, Inayatullah Khan, was sentenced to five years of imprisonment and a fine of Rs 50,000