The court said that it will not solve any "useful purpose" to retain the oxygen concentrators in the police storehouse and the same should be circulated back for needy patients
The Paper-I was held from 12 to 16 March, 2019, and the result was announced on 25 May, 2019, while Paper-II exam was conducted on 27 September, 2019
'Complete lack of supervision by senior officers': Delhi court raps police's handling of Delhi riots' investigation
Communal violence had broken out in northeast Delhi on 24 February, 2020, after clashes between supporters of the Citizenship Amendment Act and protesters spiralled out of control
A total of 1,272 male candidates and 161 female candidates have been selected after all stages of the recruitment
Those who clear Paper 1 and Paper 2 will take the physical standard test and physical efficiency test. Those who clear these tests will be called for medical examination. After that, the merit list will be prepared.
This year, a total of 2,557 aspirants have qualified for the exam - 2,299 males and 258 females
This sudden measure was taken to contain the spread of the deadly COVID-19 after the city recorded over 25,000 cases on Sunday. The lockdown will remain in effect till 5 am on 26 April
COVID-19 lockdown in Delhi: Curfew in effect till 5 am next Monday; healthcare system at limit, says CM
The Delhi government will make use of the six-day lockdown period to arrange for beds, oxygen and medicines, Kejriwal said and appealed to people to abide by the lockdown.
Red Fort violence: Hours after getting bail, Deep Sidhu arrested in connection with FIR lodged by ASI
The Archaeological Survey of India had filed an FIR against the actor for allegedly damaging public property during the farmers' tractor parade violence on Republic Day at Red Fort
Delhi riots case: Umar Khalid granted bail; ex-JNU student 'cannot be incarcerated for infinity,' says court
In the order, the court added that there was no proof either through independent public witness or police witness of Khalid being present at the scene of crime on the date of incident
The two accused arrested in the case include a minor and his 19-year-old accomplice identified as Pardeep Kohli, the police said
Toolkit case: Nikita Jacob, Shantanu Muluk withdraw anticipatory bail pleas after police assures 7-day notice before arrest
Additional Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana disposed of the anticipatory bail applications after the Delhi Police told the court that custodial interrogation could be needed
Batla House encounter case: Delhi court awards death penalty to Ariz Khan for killing Inspector MC Sharma
The Delhi Police had sought the death penalty for the Indian Mujahideen operative, saying it was the 'murder of a law enforcement officer who was a defender of justice'
JNU sedition case: Court orders Delhi Police to give chargesheet copies to Kanhaiya Kumar, nine others
Along with Kanhaiya, Umar Khalid, Anirban Bhattacharya and seven others were present in court in pursuance to summons issued by the court after taking cognisance of the chargesheet
Earlier, the Delhi Police Special Cell in December 2020 had raided the premises of Pracha in a case related to the alleged use of forged documents as genuine in judicial records in a northeast Delhi riots case
Batla House encounter: Delhi court convicts Indian Mujahideen operative Ariz Khan for killing Inspector MC Sharma
The court is likely to announce the quantum of sentence for Khan on 15 March. Inspector MC Sharma of the Delhi Police Special Cell was killed during the 2008 Batla House encounter in South Delhi
'Toolkit' case: Delhi court gives one week for cops to file reply in Nikita Jacob's anticipatory bail plea
The court is scheduled to hear the anticipatory bail plea of co-accused Shantanu Muluk on 9 March
'Toolkit' case: Nikita Jacob moves Delhi court for anticipatory bail, plea likely to be heard tomorrow
Jacob has been booked for sedition along with climate activist Disha Ravi. They have been accused of being involved in sharing a "toolkit" related to the farmers' protest
A Delhi Court on Thursday adjourned the hearing in the anticipatory bail application filed by Muluk and directed the police not to take any coercive action
'Toolkit' case: Judge Rana's stern castigation of Delhi Police in Disha Ravi's arrest points to flaws in action against her
Disha's arrest itself raises a host of questions – both with regard to the manner in which the Delhi Police picked her up from her home in Bengaluru and the charges levelled against her.