Independence Day 2020: Police asks invitees for Red Fort ceremony to skip event if they had COVID-19 symptoms recently
The police also requested invitees to follow COVID-19 guidelines issued by the MHA and the Health Ministry at all times during the celebration at the Red Fort
People commuting from North to South Delhi have been advised to take alternative routes from Aurobindo Marg - Safdarjung Road, Connaught Place-Minto Road and Nizamuddin Bridge to cross Yamuna
Next hearing of plea has been listed for 14 August; last month, bail pleas of Kalita, and another member Natasha Narwal, were dismissed by a trial court
In the Delhi HC hearing of a batch of pleas in the Jamia Millia Islamia violence case, petitioners demanded an independent investigation into the Delhi Police's conduct against students
In an FIR, the police had claimed that the communal clashes were the result of a conspiracy allegedly hatched by Khalid and two others
Hussain alleged that the Delhi Police didn't furnish information on a sixth FIR filed against him, and only gave details of 5 cases
Delhi Police opens investigation into JNU student calling Indian Army ops in J&K 'against the country'
The complainant said the student linked operations against terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir to the RSS and termed the outfit anti-national
Delhi Police cites UAPA to block website opposing draft EIA 2020; site back online after cops 'withdraw' notice
Running an online campaign against the controversial Draft EIA 2020, FridaysforFuture.in was blocked by the Delhi Police, saying it depicted "objectionable contents and unlawful activities or terrorist act, which are dangerous for the peace, tranquillity and sovereignty of the India"
Across the country, 7,82,606 people have recovered from COVID-19 so far, while there are 4,26,167 active cases at present, data from the health ministry showed
Additional Sessions Judge Vinod Yadav refused to grant the relief to Bharat Bhushan in the case of the alleged murder of Babbu, as he has been identified by an eyewitness in the case
The 19-year-old man, who allegedly sexually assaulted the 14-year-old girl, was arrested along with one of his associates, the police said
DRP School owner's son, who witnessed Delhi riots, files complaint after receiving threatening phone call
On 3 June, the Delhi Police had filed a chargesheet before a court in relation to the riots in which the building of DRP Convent School was burnt down.
'Take care while making arrests': Delhi Police advisory to riots investigators echoes politics of Hindu privilege
The order has generated much outrage across the country. But for Mumbaikars, the Delhi Police’s 'advice' only evokes a sense of déjà vu.
Police failed to act swiftly, protect lives and properties of Muslims during Delhi violence, minorities panel finds
The Delhi Minorities Commission said 11 mosques, five madrasas or religious schools, a Muslim shrine and a graveyard were attacked
Delhi court allows 62 Malaysians, 11 Saudi Arabians walk free in Tablighi Jamaat event case with fine Rs 7,000
They were booked for various violations including visa norms while attending a religious congregation at Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi.
The Crime Branch filed the chargesheets in cases related to murder of four Delhi residents before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Purushottam Pathak.
Delhi Police told HC that Devagana Kalita had started a campaign to gain public sympathy to malign the investigation by peddling false narrative of political vendetta.
According to the Delhi Police, the accused created a WhatsApp group on 25 February to coordinate with each other and provide men, arms and ammunition
Delhi riots: HC vacates interim stay on bail granted to school owner Faisal Farooq amid Centre, AAP govt tussle
Justice Suresh Kait said the controversy between the Centre and AAP govt over who will represent Delhi Police has been going on since 22 June, and if the stay remained in force it will prejudice the accused.
Sanjaya Baru, ex-advisor to Manmohan Singh, duped of Rs 24,000 after ordering liquor online; one arrested, other accused absconding
In his complaint, Baru alleged that after placing an online order to purchase liquor by paying around Rs 24,000, the person on the other end switched his mobile phone off and went incommunicado.