The Delhi Police has issued lookout notices against the farmer leaders against whom FIRs have been filed in connection with Republic Day violence.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited two hospitals in Delhi to see policemen who are currently undergoing treatment after Republic Day violence in the national capital.
Acting tough on the widespread violence during the farmers' tractor parade on Republic Day, Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava on Wednesday assured the strictest possible action against rioters who indulged in violence.
The Dehi Police has filed as many as 22 FIRs against rioters and more than 25 farmer leaders in connection with Tuesday's violence in the national capital.
22 FIRs have been registered so far in connection with the violence that broke out during the farmers' tractor parade in Delhi.
Thousands of protesting farmers riding on tractors, motorcycles and cars entered into the premises of Red Fort on Tuesday afternoon with the Tricolour and flags of the farmers' unions in their hands. They also clashed with police in several areas after breaking through barricades.
Following a chaotic day after farmers tractor parade turned violent leading to damage of public, private property, injuring over 80 cops, several protestors, the Delhi Police has so far lodged 7 FIRs in various sections regarding violence on Republic Day.
Even as the Delhi Police has permitted agitating farmers to hold 'Kisan Gantantra Parade' on Republic Day, it has also made sure that law and order doesn't go for a toss. Several border points will be under a multi-layered security cover.
Two Ugandan nationals have been arrested by customs officials at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) for smuggling heroin valued at Rs 68 crore. They were intercepted by the officials after their arrival from Doha on Sunday.
Farmer leader Abhimanyu Kohar, after attending a meeting between the unions and senior police officers on Saturday, claimed that the Delhi Police has given permission to the farmers' tractor parade on January 26.
Agitating farmers, who remain adamant on their demand of repealing the three new farm laws, on Saturday claimed that the Delhi Police has given them permission to go ahead with their planned tractor march in the national capital on Republic Day.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) busted an international drugs racket with the arrest of its key members and seizure of about 100 kg of heroin worth an estimated Rs 1,000 crore.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed a case against UK-based Cambridge Analytica and Global Science Research Ltd. It alleged that they were involved in illegal harvesting of personal data of 5.62 lakh Indian Facebook users for commercial purposes.
The Central Burea of Investigation (CBI) has arrested its own DSP RK Rishi, Inspector Kapil Dhankad, and advocate Manohar Malik in connection with its probe into the "bribe-for-relief" scandal in the agency.
The CBI has seized an additional Rs 2.04 crore hidden in a private hotel in South Delhi by the executives of ABCI Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, accused in a bribery case involving senior officials of Northeast Frontier Railways, officials said Tuesday.
A CISF constable saved the life of a man who fell unconscious at the Delhi Metro station by performing a CPR medical procedure on him on Monday. The incident took place at the Dabri Mor station.
The agency took Mahender Singh Chauhan, a 1985-batch IRES official, into custody on Sunday when he was allegedly receiving the bribe to extend favours in granting contracts of projects of the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR), headquartered in Assam's Malegaon.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday arrested a senior Indian Railways Engineering Service (IRES) official and two others for allegedly accepting bribe of Rs 1 crore. The probe agency is carrying out searches at 20 locations across the country, it said.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has suspended its own inspector and stenographer who were involved in the alleged corruption case after the central probing agency carried out searches at various places in Ghaziabad, Noida, Meerut, CBI headquarters in Delhi including other cities.
According to the officials, the rehearsals of Republic Day Parade will be held on January 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 from Vijay Chowk up to 'C' Hexagon, crossing on Rajpath, India Gate.
The Delhi Police solved a blind-hit and run fatal accident case that took place on January 12. One person had died in the accident after he was hit by a speeding car in Delhi's Rajouri Garden. The car that hit the rider was traced with the help of a dashboard camera of another car.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday morning carried out raids at the premises of its own officers in Ghaziabad.
A man was shot dead by two unidentified assailants in Jafrabad area of Delhi. The deceased man has been identified as Rais Ansari.
It was alleged that the said accused had purchased large volume of data from another accused and the data was stored over cloud-based websites containing objectionable material including child pornography material.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Saturday booked Hyderabad-based Coastal Projects Ltd and its directors in connection with over Rs 4,736 crore bank fraud in a consortium of banks led by the State Bank of India (SBI).
The Special Cell of the Delhi Police has arrested an illegal arms supplier. The arrested person has been identified as Ashish.
The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Delhi Police on Thursday arrested a former corporal of the Indian Air Force for allegedly cheating several people on the pretext of getting them jobs in the IAF and the Railways.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police is planning to hire forensic experts for assistance in the detection of cyber and financial frauds, as well as in collecting evidence from the crime scene.
The arrested persons included K Arulanandham (34) from Vadugapalayam, Pollachi, T Herine Paul (29) from Achipatti, Pollachi and P Babu (27) from Vadugapalayam, Pollachi. Arulanandham was the AIADMK Pollachi Town students’ wing secretary.
A person has been arrested by the Delhi Police on charges of cruelty against animal. The incident took place in the East Vinod Nagar area of east Delhi.
A 22-year-old man was arrested and two juveniles were apprehended for allegedly opening fire and vandalising a bakery shop in outer Delhi's Ranhola area on New Year's eve, police said on Tuesday.
Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) booked Defence Avionics Research Establishment (DARE) scientist and US-based company, AKON Inc for alleged irregularities in purchase of 35 VCO based RF generators in connection with lab testing of various radar electronic warfare systems.
According to report, fire brigade department team reached the spot and began the rescue operation. At least 25 fire engines were rushed to the spot to douse the flames.
The CBI has booked Kewal Krishan Kumar, MD of the company, and other directors Siddhrath Kumar and Sunanda Kumar, on a complaint lodged by the SBI, officials said.
Interacting with officers via video conferencing on the occasion of New Year, CBI Director Rishi Kumar Shukla greeted his men and applauded them for their work amid the pandemic.