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Feb 11, 2018
Kashmir violence: Army kids needn’t worry about cases filed against parents; security forces are never prosecuted in ValleyThe army children may feel offended at the fact that FIRs are filed against soldiers, but based on Government of India data on FIRs filed and actions taken, there is no justice for Kashmiris in India
Jan 21, 2018
CISF DG to OP Singh take charge as Uttar Pradesh's Director General of Police by TuesdayCentral Industrial Security Force (CISF) Director General OP Singh is likely to take charge as Uttar Pradesh's Director General of Police by Tuesday, an official said on Sunday.
Dec 31, 2017
OP Singh to be new DGP of Uttar Pradesh Police, replaces Sulkhan SinghOm Prakash Singh will be the new Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh.
Nov 21, 2017
Maria Sharapova booked by Indian police as housing project endorsed by her fails to materialiseThe website of the project quotes Sharapova as saying her goal was to "make the owners feel like they own something special and different".
Oct 30, 2017
Senior IPS officer YC Modi, who probed Gujarat riots cases, takes over as new NIA chiefSenior IPS officer YC Modi, who was part of a Supreme Court-appointed team that probed the 2002 Gujarat riots cases, took over as NIA chief
Sep 28, 2017
How safe do citizens feel in India's metro cities? 87% people in Delhi start worrying if girls aren't home by 9 pmThe National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) provides information on crime recorded by the police but there is no data source to gauge if people perceive their neighbourhoods to be safe or not
Sep 27, 2017
Over 90% thefts in Indian mega cities are never recorded, says study; least FIRs filed in DelhiOnly six-eight percent of victims of theft in four major Indian cities lodged a first information report (FIR) with the police, according to a new study. The remaining 92-94 percent are not reflected in any official record.
Sep 10, 2017
Gauri Lankesh's assassins will likely never be caught because India's police hasn't kept up with the timesBut the police is still operating in a system that was instituted by the British to manage neighbourhood 'law and order' rather than solving crime through detection.
Aug 15, 2017
UPSC to conduct 2018 civil services preliminary exam on 3 June, will issue notification in FebruaryThe civil services preliminary examination to select IAS and IPS officers among others has been scheduled to be held on 3 June, 2018, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.
Aug 07, 2017
Haryana stalking case: BJP's silence, dysfunctional law and order machinery make victim's fight necessaryThe cowardice of the cops in dealing with the Vikas Barala in alleged stalking case because of his links to BJP and the public shaming of the victim are the reasons why the victim's fight is important